Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Everything's Better In 3D

Warning: Due to the high amounts of nostalgia and excitement in this blog, please proceed with caution.

A couple of weekends ago I went to see Finding Nemo in 3D with some of my close girlfriends. You should know that this is probably my favorite Pixar movie...of all time. I have always been very into Disney and everything to do with it. Except the new Princess and the Frog. But that is another story for another day...

I was pumped going into the theater expecting all my childhood fantasies about living under the sea to come true. I mean, my favorite princess is Ariel. Coincidence? I think not.

Let me just say that it is generally a bad idea to get your hopes up for anything in this world. Nothing ever happens the way you expect it to. But in this case, I chose to ignore my own advice. And thankfully I was NOT disappointed!

I was literally on the edge of my seat in anticipation for the movie to start. I tried to control all my urges to quote the movie verbatim, which I can proudly do; however, I failed. Yes, I am one of those people. I apologize to anyone that has ever watched a movie with me with quotable material.

The movie was everything I had hoped it would be and more. Everything is better in 3D. Fish were flying toward me, bubbles seemed to explode off screen, and I could physically see Darla's fingerprints when she tapped on the fish tank. I was in a trance the entire movie; I couldn't think or talk about anything else. Finding Nemo is definitely worth the extra cash to see in 3D. In fact, most Disney movies would be.

I don't care what anyone else says...If Pixar wants to release every movie they have ever made in 3D, let them. I will be sitting in the very back row in the center seat for every single one of them. The only thing that could have possibly made this experience any better was if the 3D glasses were striped like a clown fish...
Yes, that is me in the pink. Can you tell I was a
little more than excited?
On another note...

One of my mom's friends suggested that I write editorials in the newspaper. Personally, I would love to be able to write editorials for them one day, but for now I will stick with this blog. You people can't physically reject me here!

So I hereby declare every Friday 'Editorial Day'! That's a horrible name. I will try to think of one much more cheesy by this Friday.