It was good. I hadn't seen the previous two movies, but it was fine without the full context.Hey, that's what I stood in line for! It was for the premiere, though and for some reason, I didn't think I'd have to get there that early, but I was wrong. I bought tickets during the local presale last year, so I was unfamiliar with the wait list. People really want tickets, don't they? How was the movie?
How early did you get to the line? I'm thinking of trying to get some day-of tickets tomorrow, but don't have a great idea of how early I should show up.
I read that they sell some day-of-show tickets at 8:00 AM each day, so that's what I'm thinking of doing. If that doesn't work, I guess I'll try wait listing before the show. My weekend is going to be packed with trying to see movies, and I'll probably fail every time lol.They hand out wait list numbers two hours before the showing. My show was at 9:45, I got there around 7, maybe 7:15. I was #104, and they said they usually have about 60 seats open up. I didn't feel like I had a chance, so we went Sugarhouse and watched a movie there instead.
The last movie I watched was Dan in Real Life. I like it a lot.
Undercover Bridesmaid with Brooke Burns on Hallmark or Pixl channel. The after movie dessert more than justified it.
You could classify Black Swan as a horror film, and I liked the ending to that, as well.
Last saw "Zero Dark Thirty" and was blown away. Amazing flick. Loved it.
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