Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by Wolf, Dec 31, 2016.
Are you a soccer dad?
Nope. I had to go hear about the modern college application process.
Don't they just call that a credit check?
I saw "Kong: Skull Island" tonight. It was stupid fun. Like, Tom Hiddleston in a gas mask running through bright green poison gas swinging a katana through pterodactyl after pterodactyl after pterodactyl fun. Also, wait out the end credits. There's set up for the next films in the series.
We saw The Shack this morning. It was one of those religious 3 is 1 movies. Like Table 19, it was put in theater 14, the farthest theater from the entrance. It's like being in a different place
Earlier this week, the trailer drop for Geostorm which comes out in October.
Geostorm Trailer: This Is Basically a Day After Tomorrow Sequel | Collider
Jurassic World 2 Image Shows Off Dino Bones | Collider
Tonight Mrs. Bag and I saw "La Belle et la Bêtte". I'd never seen it before, mostly because I'm not all that fond of French cinema. This didn't win me over, but I'm glad I saw it. It had beautiful practical effects, beautifully photographed.
My favorite Beautiy and the Beast story is the one that ends at the Empire State Building.
"The Belko Experiment" tonight. Sadly, it isn't showing at the Alamo, so I have to go to a crap theater to see it.
here is a nice, free documentary for us all to watch.
Already seen it.
i'm only 7 mins in. just heard about it from a movie podcast i like. seems like its going to be a rough watch.
"The Belko Experiment": Very good. Think "Office Space" ... to the death. A lot of stuff to think about at work on Monday.
The theater: Holy crap, how do people go to these theaters? Getting a drink and a snack required 7 trips through a maze of food, drink and pay stations. I thought the Frito pie would be a safe bet, but the chili was above 40°F, firmly in the danger zone for bacteria growth. I took a bite and threw it away. They had a bar, but all of the beer was garbage. The left front speaker was out. The audience talked. They showed lame TV advertisements before the show, and 20 minutes of trailers that give away the entire plot of the films.
We need an Alamo here. Those are all of the reasons I hate going to the movies.
I don't have problems going to Harkins Theaters, hell you can buy a souvenir cup use it all year and the refills only cost $1.50.
QUOTE="HecticArt, post: 430994, member: 355"]We need an Alamo here. Those are all of the reasons I hate going to the movies.[/QUOTE]
The Phoenix metro area has one now and I haven't been to it yet, I will one day.