A hugh fan of the pictures (cinema) - I love the whole experience, the big screen, the smell of popcorn, (on a hot day) the air conditioning, the rustling of sweet papers, the child behind constantly kicking the back of my seat (0k so we can scrap the last two) - Husband dearest and I used to go often but sadly we are much more likely to catch a film on DVD these days but not so the following two films both of which I saw with Lisa and (the second film) ma-in-law and Niece #2.
Interesting to see (should that be hear?) the film through the eyes (ears?) of someone whose first language was other than English, I had not thought that Lisa had yet to hear the actual voices of the actors. Also interesting was her perspective on Riley - a newly created vampire, love interest of the somewhat feisty 'anti' heroine Victoria - who she felt sorry for as, and I quote "When Victoria changed him into a vampire she always told him she loved him and he believed her (and) until the end he fought for her love and died knowing she played with him." but then I've already told you all of this in my interview with Lisa.
The second film?
MARMADUKE. It was either this or DIARY OF A WIMPY KID and in the end this, sadly, won - how I wish I'd not been so wimpy and had held out for the latter.