Sunday, June 29, 2008


So most Sundays we go to the movies; a) because we are not mormon b) because it's usually less crowded and c) because today it was too damn hot to do anything outside. The only stipulation is we can't go if our chores are not done. (This is great incentive to get the kids to clean their rooms by the way). This Sunday we went and saw Wall-E. I give this movie a 4 & 1/2 out of 5 stars. It was very entertaining. I laughed, I cried, I cheered. Mostly I laughed. Pixar did it again. It's one of those movies that you will see something new you didn't notice before each and every time you watch it again. I think it was appropriate for most age groups. Except small children. My 10 year even suggested that no child under 5 should be allowed in the movies. I say kids under 5 should be charged at least double. They are usually bored 1/4 of the way into the movie, then disruptive to everyone else. Sorry to beat a dead horse here, but if your kids can't sit quietly through a movie you should leave them at home with a sitter. And if you decide to bring them and can't make them behave, then you should stay home too. It's inconsiderate to the other patrons. Get a clue people. Peace!


jess said...

i used to take my kids to the matinee on sunday for this reason alone. however, there are only the two of them and i actually make my kids behave. novel concept, i know.

David said...
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The Dave said...

Well I admit we used to take our kids to the movies at an early age, but they were pretty well behaved,, and if they weren't we removed them immediately.

The movie was AWESOME by the way. I actually wanted to go see 'Wanted' instead but glad I stayed for this. Pixar is just amazing. Its not just the animation with these guys, they really just know

The Dave said...


They really just know how to tell a story better than most.