AMC shareholders who say a proposed settlement isn’t in their best interests have decided to make their opinions heard on the record, sending a barrage of letters to Vice Chancellor Morgan Zurn and filing motions to intervene in the case over a reverse stock split involving the company’s AMC Preferred Equity, or “APE,” units.

More than 100 letters have been sent to the court by AMC shareholders. Most of those letters mention they don’t feel the class representatives and their attorneys represent their best interests. Some ask Zurn to reject the settlement, and others request she dismiss the case altogether and let a stockholder vote stand. All, in one way or another, say they don’t think the proposed settlement is fair to common shareholders. AMC, based in Kansas, is the world’s largest chain of movie theaters.