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So I think I'm going to start doing weekly movie reviews. I figure it's easy post fodder, and it'll keep me up with the kids. I didn't write the review for this one right after I saw it, so some of the details are pretty fuzzy, but I'm very critical of things so this should be pretty easy.

I saw it in a hotel in New York City. I got in with a press pass, but they still gave me a ticket. There was a decline walking into the theater, maybe 20 degrees or so. That wasn't a big deal to me, but there was someone in a wheelchair that was having a bit of trouble. I didn't help him because he had one of those weird small hands.

The bathroom was about halfway down the ramp to the theater, it had a very attractive Art Deco exterior. I didn't use it, but I did stick my head in and the inside seemed fairly clean. One of the soap dispensers wasn't full, but it wasn't empty either. I would say it had about a quarter of it's tank full. I don't see why they don't have graduated dispensers for soap, it would help you predict when you need to buy more. I tried to look up classes on patent law that I could take, but I didn't have cell reception. I've lost interest in the idea, so any readers can feel free to have it.

There was a guy selling popcorn outside of the bathroom. He wasn't wearing the offical AMC theaters uniform so I think he was some kind of popcorn scalper. I didn't entirely trust him, so I bought a small to minimize my financial risk. I think he cut it with salt, which is strange because salt is more expensive than popcorn. I started to question him about it, but he took his wares away without speaking to me. Oh well, some people are just rude. I was just curious about his business practices.

I got to the theater room and saw the cripple's wheelchair laying on the ground with the boy strewn next to it, unconscious. Golly, that hand creeps me out.

I find my seat around halfway up the stadium seating just as the title card is coming on. I knew helping that cripple boy would be a bad idea. Someone else probably will. Don't you hate films that are named "[Article] [Noun]"? I always want to call them just "[Noun]". You would think someone would study that and see that it's confusing. I always have to search IMDB twice because of that. The less attractive solution is to modify the IMDB search algorithm, which seems mediocre anyway. I would enjoy that.

I got a cool new iPod and stuff. Have you seen my mouse? It's really expensive, but I got it for cheap. It has 11 buttons. I really only use 9.

I don't really use bookmarks, I don't have much of a need for them.

I didn't really see a movie :-(.


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