And it's the end of another week! Party with The Batman Lego Movie -- It's fun and awesome!
Update: I caught the movie at my favorite movie theater - The Alamo in Winchester. I think it's every bit as good as "The Lego Movie" and the message about doing things as part of a team is well done.
Even though the Alamo is my favorite theater, they have recently switched to all reserved seating - which now means that you can't just walk into the theater and sit down. No, now you could pick your seat and end up having someone siting next to you even though you might have selected one that was fairly free of other people at the time of ticket purchase. (Granted, it could end up like that anyway if the movie is popular and new and the theater gets sold out. But that happens after having purchased a ticket and you sit in a fairly unoccupied area of the theater. I know, I'm nuts, but I like my space.) So unless you're willing to purchase an extra seat to give you some space between yourself and whoever shows up beside you, you'll find yourself being invaded by whoever picks the seat beside you. For me, that meant some guy in a long trench coat and a cowboy hat who was an open mouth eater. And beside him was a group of two men, two anklebiters, and a woman; the men were drinking Corona beers and ignoring their noisy children (one boy was constantly saying "Batman wouldn't do that...") and a mother who appeared as though she had checked out once the lights were lowered and the movie began. So I'm guessing I'm going to have to look for another theater -- or just wait for the movie to appear on pay per view and watch it at home.
if I could laugh and sing
and dance and play
I’d while it all away
and if I grow old and tired
I don’t know when I’d get up
and say, don’t give up,
never let go
to the child you used to know
from the tumblr website http://starrysurrealism.tumblr.com/