Same here, I want to see a movie but I never end up doing it.
Everyone should see Trainspotting, it's such a fantastic film. Dunno how many times I've watched it now
How hard are you supposed to type? Because I feel lie I type rather hard, but I don't know how much softer it can be.
The latest movie I watched was the Pokemon movie (yeah I'll be honest, half the reason was for the Meloetta that was being distributed inside the screening rooms). Currently it holds the record for being my most depressing experience inside a theater. xD
So many good movies but yeah, the trouble of trying to book a ticket online is a hassle. It's worse that I don't have credit cards so I'd need to ask my parents to borrow theirs (debit cards don't work on most websites).
I don't watch movies much at all. The huge screen and loud noises give me headaches and nightmares and whatnot. :P
I did watch Star Wars recently though, at home with my mom and brother. I had never seen it before, so it was pretty interesting. :)
Oh, and to everyone who asked: I live in California, not Hawaii. We're on vacation. XD
Movies of the year worth seeing:
Rise of the Guardians
21 Jump Street
I'm seeing Les Mis tomorrow, and I'm probably forgetting a movie or two I saw that was good.
lol, yeah, I'm behind the times by quite a bit. ^^; My dad's the one that likes movies in our family. The rest of us, not so much. We watched all of Star Wars except 2 and 3, since they're PG-13 and my brother's 8. I think I understood it... XD
Which is a shame. There were a lot of movies I was interested in seeing, like Rise of the Guardians, Wreck-It-Ralph, The Hobbit, and Frankenweenie. I missed all of those, and it even looks like I'll be missing Les Mis as well.
I really want to watch the Wreck-It-Ralph too, but seems rest of the family aren't that interested in the movie. Oh well, if it's still screening next week, I could always go to the theater alone to see it. xD