So, the long-awaited day finally arrived. Hubs had gotten our tickets ahead of time, we arrived early, and were the first in line for our showing, so we got our favorite seats. I really wanted to see the entire scene one of the trailers was taken from… and wouldn’t you know it, but my bladder had other ideas?!
Two and a half hours later, I am glad we saw it in the theater, although the experience was not quite as it has been in the past. Some guy actually had a little girl of about TWO years old there…if she was that old. Honestly, I wanted to kick him in the head. A child that young shouldn’t be subjected to the sound level of a movie like ‘Infinity War’, nor expected to sit in a stroller for that length of time without being able to react. The actors, as always, rocked it. There were a few bits I really didn’t see coming. Enough laughs, and the prerequisite cameo by Mr Stan Lee.
I will, however, spend the next few days dealing with the reactions. Well, mine and the daughter’s. I don’t think i will impact hubs greatly one way or the other. Those who know my daughter, and who her favorites are, and have seen the movie already, will know what I mean, I think.
So, we are home. Kidling is working on her final project for one of her courses; Hubs is making supper; and I am about to go watch Hooded Cobra Commander 788’s newest toy review…on the 1983 DR. MINDBENDER (who always reminded me more of a circus strongman more than a warped mad scientist type).