Thankfulness #20: Dr. Strange


Yesterday I was grateful for getting to go see Dr. Strange. I didn’t think we would get to go, but things cost less than I anticipated, and the Shenandoah movie theater is so friggin’ cheap (seriously, the tickets for TWO adults were only 14$). Anyway, the movie was very good – normally about halfway through a movie I start to notice the time; I need to pee, I’m thirsty, it feels like it’s kind of dragging. As this one was ending I said “wow, that was short.” I then looked at my watch and saw it had been almost two hours so yeah, not short at all, but ti moved along so well that I didn’t notice. That’s a rare occurrence.

Other than that I did some computer stuff and hung out with Mel and family, which is always fun.

Gotta jet, but wanted to do my blog for the day, LOL!

Have a cheap movies kinda day!

Jo 😉


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6 responses to “Thankfulness #20: Dr. Strange”

  1. Just Plain Ol' Vic says :

    So it’s worth my time and $$ to go see it in the theaters then? I have been wondering…

  2. Green Embers says :

    I am not sure about where you live — but Tuesdays are $5 per person, so that’s usually when I go. I love seeing movies in theater for the cheap! Glad you had such a good time, I enjoyed Doctor Strange as well. 🙂

    • Joleene Naylor says :

      Yeah, Shen has that, too, but hubby won’t go on Tuesday because he has to get up at 4:30 in the morning and he doesn’t get home until 5:30 pm… and blah, blah. I told him he doesn’t need sleep, LOL! But seriously, in Springfield, MO we were paying $10 a person for 2D, $14 a person (or so) for 3D and $21 for Imax, though when googling the theater I see they also dropped their prices in 2015 before closing – well that just sucks. I mean, yeah, 28$ for 2 people to see a 3D movie was expensive but.. but… 😦

      • Green Embers says :

        Aww, that sucks. I completely understand schedule shenanigans curtailing movie time. At $28 bucks I figured it is cheaper to buy the Blu-ray rather than go to the theater. It sucks that it is so expensive, especially for families. 😦

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