Okay. I’ve finally drunk the Kool-Aid–I’m digging on the ArcLight big-time, like all the rest of the b.la crowd.
(more whining after the jump)
I signed up for a membership last week after a stellar screening (quiet! comfy! armrest room!) of Match Point, but kept getting de-nied every time I’d hit the website to create my online user I.D. Tried Firefox. Tried Safari. Sent an email.
To their credit, ArcLight had some great customer service. A rep not only got back to me by C.O.B., but took the initiative to set up an account with a password and username. Unfortunately, she also passed along the info that Safari and Mozilla products are (ahem) not supportedóonly IE (which, as I pointed out in my reply, is abandoning support for Mac) and Netscape (which has not yet supplied their latest release in a Mac version–nice!).
I know that building a site is a pain. Look at me–I’ve been putting off my own blog move for months now, and I don’t have the kind of coding nightmares that online ticketing must entail.
But jeez louise–to have a business that practically SCREAMS mac demographic with all of its coolness, and not support Apple-friendly browsers?
That’s behavior I’d expect from Cineplex Odeon.