Compared with most Hollywood fare, foreign films are great; yet it is American theaters that typically have "stadium" seating, and if you're short, you'll need to combine these two experiences. Why? Because sitting behind a tall person often obscures the subtitles.
With the invention of Subtitle Glasses, brought to you by Madrid's Carlos III University, you can have your own personal subtitles. A receiver in the specs picks up a signal transmitted within the theater, and you get your subtitles projected onto your own mini-screen. So you no longer have to passive-aggressively kick the seat in front of you because the guy's got an afro.