Friday, July 18, 2008

Patience My Pet

It's here! It's finally here! Of course, who knows when I'm actually going to see it. As much as I'm dying to, I don't think I'm willing to brave the crowds on opening weekend. Probably not until after I get back from San Francisco....

9 comments:

Lil Sis said...

I'm going to a matinee this Saturday or Sunday. I can't wait! :) Batman is so my fav superhero and honestly, he's the best one out there. Oh, and Joker has got to be my fav Batman villain!

David said...

Easily the greatest comic book/superhero movie ever made. Easy. By far. I want to sex it up and have little Batman movies all running around me.

Seriously.

That good.

Wendy said...

David: I'm glad I'm in the office alone because that comment slayed me.

I read a quote somewhere on the 'Net - I want to say by Kevin Smith, who said it was the Godfather Part II of comic book movies.

Lil' Sis: You can not tell me ANYTHING about the movie. Must. Avoid. Spoilers. At. All. Costs.....

Katiebabs a.k.a KB said...

I am going Sunday. I have been waiting for this movie since I first saw the trailer in November.
I am still torn between Batman and Superman.

Amy said...

Tickets are sold out here for the whole weekend. I don't think I've ever heard of that happening here in Podunkville. First reports I've gotten that it's well worth the 2 1/2 hours of sitting in the theater, gorging on popcorn.

vanessa jaye said...

I saw the matinee today. Tis awesome at its awesomest. I agree with David. Best durn Superhero movie made thus far, bar none.

(And, David, that comment was hell funny. lol.)

Rosie said...

SL, I know what you mean about spoilers. Beanie went to the midnight premier Thurs/Fri and I forbid him to speak to me about it.

We went earlier today. Okay, you can't tell but I just had a lenghthy pause because I don't even know how to describe it.

How can I drive all the way to SF and NOT talk about this movie? You gotta go!

trish said...

I agree with David LOL even about the sexing it up ;)

Big Sis said...

Don't walk, RUN!, to the nearest theatre. It's awesome. It's everything an action movie should be with a little lesson about terrorism thrown in.