That wasn’t so bad. I had a great experience with everyone. Good seats, better company (although the parent and child seated in front of us may not have thought so. . .) made the movie all the much more enjoyable. Of course, any film has flaws in the plot that can be picked apart and made fun of any number of viewings later. This isn’t about that. This is about enjoyment of a movie. All in all, I had a great time, and I had a wonderful experience with the admiration of the Park Saber that I had purchased previously. It was completely worth it. I think that JungFroid and I were probably on a number of morning news broadcasts. Good stuff. Now, all that remains is for me to wait a week and watch it again. Any takers?
By the way, the Matrix Reloaded trailer was shown. There are swords. Swords. Now there are swords and gun-fu. I absolutely cannot wait.
Fandango did NOT work, however the Uptown was nice enough to take us on our word that we purchased the number of tickets that we purchased.
So, no review. No spoilers. Sorry.
“This is why people hate us!!”
“We need you to fight in the background while we film this teaser footage.”
“I think I taste blood.”
After Matrix Trailer:
On screen: Matrix Reloaded
Audience: “Yay! WOOHOO!”
On screen: 2003
Audience “BOOOOOOOOOO! BOOO!”