Expect more headlines like the following, only worse, in the future:
Two machetes and a knife were recovered after armed police swooped just after 5.30pm.
And disturbing images have emerged of a baby-faced teenager wearing a Camo jacket and holding what appears to be a large machete.
Footage also shows terrified crowds evacuated as cops arrested at least five people including a 13-year-old girl on suspicion of assaulting police.
Another girl and boy aged just 14 and a 19-year-old were also arrested, while a 14-year-old male was held on suspicion of obstructing police.
It is understood the violence broke out before or during a screening of the gang warfare film Blue Story and spilled out into areas where children were queuing to see Frozen 2.
Since the brawl, Vue has pulled the gang film, which follows two young friends who become enemies in a postcode war, from all its cinemas,
In a pre-recorded message to its viewers, the cinema service line said: “We regret that we will no longer be screening the film Blue Story at any of our venues.
Birmingham, ENG looks A LOT like Birmingham, AL. And also a bit like Mogadishu. Virant! Strong!
And, what a relief that the heritage residents gave up their guns and are now giving up their knives. I suppose that “teens” are still allowed some blades for cinema riot purposes. The only problem left (aside from eliminating the remains of that heritage poseperity) is the fact of violent movies like Frozen. Duh.