Maine rapper Rory Ferreira who goes by his stage name Milo, bout all 129 seats at the 4:20 showing of the movie "Sorry To Bother You" at the Nickelodeon in Portland. Employees told guests that they could see a free movie as the arrived at the theater. Milo said the director of the movie Boots Riley inspired him to do something good for society. Milo also attended the movie and tweeted "catch a flick wit me." Sorry To Bother You is a movie about a black telemarketer that takes on white speaking mannerisms to be successful at his job.