i’m super excited to be watching the avengers end game on opening weekend. up to when it’s my turn to watch, which is only two days in, i haven’t heard a single bad comment. it was suppose to be the movie of the century and it most definitely was. a three-hour movie is very long, but good thing the movie had a fair share of humor. i was so impressed everyone made an appearance including black panther, spiderman, doctor strange etc. with the large cast, my favourite character has been and is still captain america. the three hour movie did leave me with a very stiff back, neck, and butt
sharing a waffle cone on our warm yet breezy steveston walk. there were hundreds of flavours to choose from, but decided we can’t go wrong with green tea and mango flavour ice cream. after training and training some more, i had a hard earned captain america movie date at marine gateway. our first time at the new cineplex theatres; parking was a hassle but the complex was very nice and well equipped with an abundance of stores conveniently around it
i was far too busy earlier this month, waited long enough to find some down time to watch avengers age of ultron in theatres. in my opinion the start was a bit slow and uneventful, but got better once the action hit. despite many people telling me it was only satisfactory and that the first one was better, i still thought it was good. i guess i am a pretty avid marvel fan that just doesn’t mind seeing marvel movies, keep them coming!!
finally putting in a better effort in making time to catch up on social aspect and life in general. i have finally come out of my hermitting shell to see what is going on around nowadays. what have i been missing out of life?? haven’t watched a movie in theatres for quite some time. captain america was definitely up there on my priority list and it didn’t disappoint. it’s gotta be my favourite marvel so far