well we all knew that spam would be the downfall of the human mind in one way or another. of course, ads are something of the snobby cousin but i think they are all in the same area. I never did see Avatar but im told if ive seen a couple of disney movies that ive seen the gist (jist? you know, whatever) of it. were the graphics nice atleast? could make a great screen saver. i havent heard anything about the others but the titles are jump-starting anything over here. oh maybe your wolfman thing is like my hogwarts. let me know if you have anymore of those coincidences. i was at the bookstore the other night (ridiculously expensive i must say-well, bitch) and most of the nonfiction books i picked up made harry potter refences. did you approve of the original wolfman? eh, its yet another movie where tim burton remakes a classic with his wife and johnny depp while they are all on drugs. id wait until its out on dvd.
unfortunately, i do not live in such a large and wonderful city as you do (not to mention the glorious state of Nebraska, all ohio has is people running away from the state so desperately they all end up in space, seriously look it up the NASA website). this leads to the problem that we have no places like those you mentioned other than the $2.50 theaters that are far far away from where i live, but the $9.75 theaters have have alot of damnit. i did find out that we have a couple drive in theaters that play awesome B movies and a few new releases. Shutter island is really that bad? oh and dear god anyone who could take john travolta seriously has got to be just... no, just no. ive noticed something, and please provide your degrading insights of this, is it just me or do all the 'creature' movies seem to be the same lately? i saw The Crazies last night (not worth it, contaminated water, ridiculously clumsy government that has no regard to human life, and all the usual characters) and it really kind of reminded me of District 9 and all these different movi