That said, a group of about 7 or 8 people was further down my aisle, several of them children. They wouldn't shut up. Two of them got up twice to hit the snack bar (these were about 12 years old). A small child would intermittently cry. And then came the big moment: Cinderella tries on the shoe, it fits, and we find out what she's going to do to her step-mother and step-sisters, and... one of the kids throws up all over the place. The entire theatre gagged. The family decided to just remain there until the credits rolled, because apparently a vomiting kid was no reason to miss the last part of the movie. Nice.
I'm still correcting essays. They still stink.
( And the Oscar goes to... )
Also, as far as my guesses on who will win: Argo, Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis, Jessica Chastain, Tommy Lee Jones, Anne Hathaway, Brave, and costume design to Les Mis.
Apparently Disney bought Lucas out of the Star Wars franchise and is going to release Episode 7, which has been rumored about for thirty or so years, in 2015. Apparently this will deal with the children of Han and Leia.
Um... well... that's...
Oh man. May the Force be with us.
I have a sudden urge to reach through time, grab Leia's shoulder, and shriek "IT'S A TRAP!"