May 31, 2003

The Matrix Reloaded

We saw The Matrix Reloaded last night. There were a ton of kids in line, presumably to see the opening of Finding Nemo, so Matrix wasn't too crowded. Unfortunately, we waited long enough for them to take it out of the cushy stadium seats and put it in a small theature with the old fashioned seats. That made it a little uncomfortable.

The Matrix was good. It's gotten a lot of down reviews, but I still enjoyed it. The one thing I thought was so stupid was Neo's flying like Superman thing. That was a bit much. As for the metaphysical connection, they kind of blurred over that part by having the actor ("The Architect") speak really quickly so you weren't quite sure what he was saying. It could have been deeply profound, or it could have been as dumb as the battery thing from the first movie. At any rate, the first movie is better, but the second is not too bad.

I love Saturdays. When I was working I loved Saturdays because it was a day of laziness, sleeping in, no work (most of the time). I figured when I lost my job that everyday would be like Saturday. Ha! Wrong! I underestimated the power of the Day Care. They make an inordinate amount of noise in the morning, enough to wake you up in a cranky mood. But Saturdays, beautiful Saturdays--a Day Care reprieve. I love Saturdays.

Posted by Shelby at May 31, 2003 11:36 AM

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Posted by: Crud pickle at June 18, 2003 06:06 PM
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