Post by Millergirl4 on Oct 22, 2007 14:30:59 GMT -5
Did you ever go and see Into The Wild?
It's supposed to be opening this weekend here in Winnipeg. We are going on Saturday I believe. I can't wait. I will let you know how it goes.
Well it opened in the 'Peg this weekend - AT ONE THEATRE. Which is downtown and recently just had a noon time shooting infront of the place and a person was attacked in the indoor parking behind the place (as well as a 4 person shooting in a bar just down the street on the weekend). As much as I want to see this movie, it's not worth getting shot over. I will wait and see if it comes out at another theatre this coming weekend. Bummer!
Post by Millergirl4 on Nov 8, 2007 12:20:00 GMT -5
Still haven't watched it. They did open it at another theatre but once again it is right downtown. Actually more where the hookers hang out. I may have to wait til it's on the pay per view channel at this rate.
Hookers! HAHA that reminds me, awhile back the hubby was selling his sand boas and we were looking for an address down this scummy street and there was a hooker walking around. We had Em in the back of the van and had to do a u-turn to get to the house. She thought we were looking at her and coming back for her. The look on the face when she walked in front of the van and saw Em was priceless. Combine that with my "Oh I don't think so" look. Damn, I wish I had a camera. ;D
Post by Millergirl4 on Feb 4, 2008 12:09:19 GMT -5
I finally got to see this movie. It is being released to DVD on Feb.12 and so I was expecting to see it then but the 'cheap' movie theatre here just got it this past weekend. It was $20 for three of us and that includes popcorn, licorice and drinks. Thinking that it was such a late release for this movie we showed up last minute to find the theatre packed with people. Luckily we were to meet some friends there and so they got all our seats for us. There wasn't an empty seat left by the time the previews started.
I have never heard a theatre so quiet before. Everyone was engrossed in the movie, even Kiki.
The cinematography was beautiful beyond words and teh movie was inspiring. My sweet honey bunch (Emile Hirsch who starred as Christopher McCandless) did an amazing job as did Sean Penn for his directing skills. I'd see this movie again and again.
After we got home we watched on youtube videos of others who have gone to the 'magic bus' in Alaska. Actual footage of the bus that Chris lived and died in. Some of his belongings are still in the bus (except for a few articles which were stolen and either sold on ebay or kept as a keepsake ) In a weird way I would like to go up there myself.