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Geek-o-rama!

Posted on July 28, 2010 by under Movies.    

Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls! Welcome to the nastiest, most ghetto movie theater in the city of Wichita! NORTHROCK CINEMA!

Tonight we got to go to the Northrock Theaters and watch “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”. This was a funny and campy indie comic that ended up being turned into a movie. All in all, the movie was not that bad. It had some great music, some actors that I thought I would never see in a movie like this and the comic book overlay throughout the movie was kinda funny. If you’re a gamer, there are a ton of gaming references to go along with all of the outrageous fighting.

The funny thing, after all of the fights, everyone just acted like it was an everyday thing. I would not have gone out of my way to see it if it was not for the free ticket that we got from a friend. If you want my opinion (and I know you do), I would just wait for it on Netflix.

As for the theater, well… That place needs to be burned to the ground. I mean it. It’s a dump and it really needs to be burned to the ground, for health reasons… Really!

We sat in their biggest theater and my first impression was “Did I really used to come here regularly?” They had light bulbs burned out, the seats were all torn up and the place smelled like cigarette smoke. I asked Ching “Why do the seats smell like smoke?” She said, “Probably because people HAVE smoked in here.” It was a very disturbing place for a germophobe like myself.

I give the movie 3 out of 5 stars. It was fun. You didn’t have to think too much and I didn’t fall asleep. I give the theater -5 stars, for its disturbing, nasty and probably haunting typhoidic experience.

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