My brother is apparently gonna take us to see Frozen in 3D the day after his 20th birthday (11th - they’re picking me up from college on the way to the cinema!) and I’m so excited because I didn’t expect to be able to see it for weeks and everything’s just great.
I’ve just checked and there are no weekday listings for kids films at the Odeon (as per) but it’s on at the Vue cinema in 3D at 5:30 so everything’s working out well.
I’ve been feeling like shit recently, so haven’t really done anything on my computer.
I’ve only just got my Christmas list completed (there’s three marvel things and two games omg) (also maybe an iTunes giftcard. Unsure at the moment, depends on how much money’s left outta the present budget)
I can’t wait for Frozen and was hoping to see it on its UK release date, but apparently some kinda parent-teacher evening is on at college the day before so I can’t see it in Norwich and the website for our local website is so terrible it doesn’t even have weekly listings or synopsis for ‘upcoming’ films.
Why does the film industry conspire against me.
By Dec 6th I will have expectations of the film and its music/plot, and considering I’ve been quite indifferent on all the spoilers up until now I think our local cinema can just go shove a snake up its’ butt.
Things I legitimately can’t wait for:
- Sherlock S3
- DW Christmas Special
- FROZEN DEC 6TH
Internet’s kinda fluctuating wildly at the moment, so I don’t know how long I have. Just, hugs for everyone, okay? And Merry Christmas in a couple weeks.
I legitimately don’t know how to feel about all the Frozen spoilers on my dash.
I’ve been letting them through for a while, anyway.
THIS GOES TO ALL THE LITTLE ARTISTS OUT THERE
I’m just sitting here still reeling over the anniversary episode.
It’s probably why no-one else has blogged or reblogged about it yet.
See you all in the morning (Oh, and I bought all the Whovian things I could scavenge from my room downstairs to celebrate the occassion) I’ll certainly be posting my reactions tomorrow.