Well, I'd love to go see Beauty and the Beast a second time, but I'm not sure.
I feel too chicken to drive to the theatere alone, (It's close to me, but I never
drive to where it's at and, as usual, I'm scared of getting lost. I did actually manage to get lost one time coming back from that same theater.) But at the same time, there's
almost no one to go with.
And I'd have to make an early showing, because the
A/C in our car is horrible and slow to start, otherwise I'm in an oven. 0_o
However, the place is easy to get out of and into too, so I'm just making it harder to get
there than it is, in my head.
I think the last time I got to see a movie in the theater twice was for, of course, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but that wasn't really my choice. Got to go see it opening night at midnight, then go again with family the next day. So it's been a looooong time that I've seen a movie I enjoyed in the theatere a second time. I'd love to do so more often, I really would. Because when you're an adult, sometimes (if you're not broke) you have that
luxury. When you're a kid, not so much.
But, I'm also up at the crack of dawn (before dawn, actually), so I'm going to be exhausted later on. Hope I can sleep later, whatever happens.
...So I wonder how early is too early to a have a Sailor Moon (mini) marathon?
Also, dang, I'm so excited for the SMR movie blu-ray!! I probably didn't mention it
here, but I did mention it on Tumblr and elsewhere, but my theatere (the same one mentioned above) cancelled the movie. On the fourth day it had opened. And it still had
a day to go before they were supposed to stop showing it! So I didn't get to see
the short that came with the movie nor the movie. The short comes with the blu-ray, so yay. I already have the movie on dvd, but I really wanna see that short. Plus I stopped buying dvds altogether since blu-ray is so much higher quality, so it'll be a great upgrade.
It did teach me to not wait, no matter how I'm feeling (in this case it was sleep issues.) and get to whatever it is within three days of opening, otherwise that could happen again.
I was so disappointed with my local Sailor Moon commnity to not support it in such a way to keep it going. I had never heard of a movie, anime or not, being cancelled due to lack of sales. (Obviously, this was the case. It's not like they said "OMG, we don't like it. Cancelled!" XD) I mean, I'd looked forward to it since it's my favorite fandom, so I was about near tears. And they didn't even provide me with an explanation, they just said it was cancelled. And I was standing there wearing my SM shirt and they were like "Would you like to see another movie?" And my face was probably like 0_o. Lady, do I LOOK LIKE I came here to see ANOTHER MOVIE? XD XD Dang, if any other theater near me had been showing it, I bet they wouldn't have cancelled it. I really don't entirely trust that place anymore. One time they tried to charge me $27 to watch Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Um, I didn't think theaters worked on a comission system? (I tried googling this and got nothing.)
All was not lost tho. Got to go to my fave anime store afterwards (It's one of those theaters in a mall) and get the moon stick keychain (it had been on my mental want list for years) and a badz maru notebook case with pen to replace one that had gotten all wet from water or hand wipes or something years ago.
Okay, that's enough yammering. Thanks for reading...whatever the heck this was.