Watching Avatar On DVD In Iraq
Actually, we'll probably watch Avatar tomorrow. This evening, we watched a movie called Zombie Land. (very quick review: A "self aware" zombie movie. We laughed our asses off ... which I think was the intention). Anyhow, we get our movies from the local bazaar (most posts have a few local merchants who are allowed to set up shop), for anywhere from $2-$4 each. I feel slightly guilty, for not waiting til I get home to pay full price for the "real thing" ... but only a little bit ... it's not like we have other options to see some of these flicks.
Now don't get me wrong, especially with something like Avatar, the experience of watching a dubbed version on a little tiny TV is almost not worth the effort. But I guess that's only fair. (hopefully it will still be in at least some of the cheapy theaters when we get home in the spring)
On that note, that's about all I've got. I apologize for the short post, but one of the after effects of poker night is that I'm usually pretty tired the next day. Tonight, I'm ready to just read a little bit of my book, and hopefully go to sleep at decent hour.
For those of you back in the world ... TGIF ... don't have too much fun if you go out tonight.
p.s. when I say "we" get our movies from the bazaar, actually that doesn't include "me". I haven't bought any this time. But I will admit to watching a few. ;-)