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July 26, 2004

Rare Treat: An Afternoon Movie

I go to the movies so rarely, before seeing Farenheit 9/11 last week the last movie I'd gone to in the theater was Austin Powers: Goldmember (2002). The combination of having some free time in the evening, having recently seen a trailer and that movies before 6 are $6 in Portland, I went and caught The Bourne Supremacy at 5:30. I liked the movie, but at least half of my enjoyment was being in the theater in the late afternoon. On my way out I noted what other films were playing in case a return trip might be in order later in the week.

Movie got out at 7:15, just in time to make it back for the OSCON SCO vs IBM Moot Court.

Now I'm thinking, my sister-in-law works a few blocks from my office and there is a nice movie complex between our buildings. We've often joked about going to see a film on our "lunch break," maybe it's time to make good on that.

Posted by mike at July 26, 2004 9:59 PM