We saw Superman Returns on Saturday night. Wait for the $1 theatre is my
opinion...or at the very least, matinee pricing. It wasn't very good.
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> I haven't seen either, but want to see both, but will be waiting on
> the dvd's. I only go to the theater when I need the "big screen"
> effect for the visual impact...like in "Superman Returns". Sitting
> in a theater seat for a couple of hours plays havoc with my back.
> It's fun for me to see the city showing up in so many movies.
> Last year, there was a big to-do at work (Univ of Illinois) because so
> much of a Will Farrell/Dustin Hoffman movie was filmed on campus, some
> of it in the building I work in.
>> It's really hot here in NJ and since I don't have central air
>> conditioning, sometimes I keep cool by going to the movies. It also
>> refreshes my visual sense and relaxes me. I much prefer to see movies
>> in a theatre rather than at home.
>> I've seen two good ones lately and thought I would post these in case
>> anyone is interested. Today I saw "The Lake House', very romantic film
>> with Sandra Bullock & Keanu Reeves. I wasn't sure how the time scheme
>> thing would work, but it does and I enjoyed it a lot.
>> I saw "The Break Up" several weeks ago. Really enjoyed the humor, it
>> appeals to both male and female senses of humor. It, like the "Lake
>> House" is set in Chicago. Chicago is almost a character in "The Break
>> up", what a beautiful city.