Saturday, November 22, 2008


My friend, Amber, had a cousin who booked an entire theater for the 12 a.m. premiere of Twilight. At first, I didn't really want to go, because I just had a feeling it couldn't live up to the books. But, in the end we decided to go. We started the night off at around, of course. We then went to dinner, and more is kind of hard to waste time that late at night, because nothing is open, but Wal-Mart!!

We got to the theatre around 11:45...and it was kind of crazy to see how many theatres were booked that late.

So we got settled in with our treats and Diet Coke and were ready to see what this movie had to offer. Well about 15 minutes into the flick, the girl two seats down from me threw up...oh yes...I am not kidding. I was dying. I kept thinking this is not happening. So, of course, they come sprinkle some deodorizer on it about 10 minutes after it happened. So imagine the smell wafting my way for about 10 minutes before the deodorizer. So the entire movie, I was completely tense, because I could not stop thinking about the throw up on the floor right next to me!!!

How was the movie, you ask, well it was just not that great. I went in there with low expectations and so I wasn't completely disappointed. I just know if they would have waited longer to start the movie process on these books, that they would have had more money to do a really great job (find better actor's and produce way better special effects) but it didn't happen that way, so I really hope they learn from this first one and when they release the second one that it kicks butt.
All in all, I had a fun night out with the girl's, it will definitely be a night I will remember!


Kellie & Cody said...

Angie! I love this story...I am so sorry you had to smell the smell...but the mean part of me cannot stop laughing!

Kelli Lafranca said...

I agree, I didn't go in with huge expectations so it wasn't as bad as it could have been. I liked the movie but definately didn't love it. And about Riley's surgery, besides the fact that's he's such a cute boy!!!...I would have been nervous too, but I'm glad things are going better with his speech!