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We almost never go to the movie theater, and when we do, it’s usually the “dollar show” (which of course stopped being a dollar many years ago).
However, for Christmas we received some movie gift certificates from a relative and decided a few months ago that we would use them when Inside Out came out.
|Rebecca’s Drawing of Inside Out|
As we were driving to the theater yesterday afternoon, I said, “Hey, when was the last time that the five of us all went to see a full-priced movie?”
Seriously, though, how do families afford to ever go to the movies?? The tickets alone were $42, and one tub of popcorn and only two drinks was $17. I can’t imagine going to 2-3 movies over the summer — and god forbid we all ordered sodas or got any candy in addition to the popcorn.
As far as the movie itself: Well, it’s much easier to review something that you disliked than to review something you enjoyed, so I won’t say much about that here.
Stay tuned for our next movie outing, scheduled for 2020!