I agree with some of the points, but here we go with the cell phones again.
Now Don't get me wrong, cellphones are an annoyance but I've never and I think very very few people have said to themselves "I'm not going to the movies, people talk on their cellphones there. In my experience I have yet to get "blinded" as people say by a person texting in a theater. I've had people texting near me in the theater but its been a mild, mild inconvenience. I usually just go back to paying attention to the movie.
But let me give my 'usual' movie experience. I live on the bad side of town. About a mile from my house there is an older theater that used to be the nicest theater in town. Now it shows movies that came out a few months ago (for example I'm about to go watch Moneyball) but tickets are only $1 and on Tuesdays its 50 cents. With this I see pretty much every movie that hits theater, even the really terrible ones, I just have to wait a few months (and deal with the normal type of people who go to the dollar show). In some cases I'll go to the regular theater, for example J. Edger and The Ides of March both times my friend and I were the only people in the theater, but nearly ever showing at the Dollar theater is packed.