Find some time to reconnect with him - activities that the two of you used to share. Have mother and son outings as often as you can with each other. And make time just to talk with him about what's going on in his life right now.
No, but I used to work in children's home, and doing what you did was a great way for me to bond with most of the teens in my house.
Hope you had popcorn with your movie!
Next time, set some ground rules and let him choose the movie. I think you'll be surprised at his level of maturity.
I wholeheartedly agree, and it's not something a great many parents take the time to do - work, business meetings, social activities - sometimes it seems parents put their relationships with their children "on hold" for some or all of these things but then they scream "bloody murder" when their children find other people with whom to bond.