So Troy and I went to see that Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban movie this evening and I noticed another, um, fascinating (?) thing about Canada. The line for popcorn is actually much longer than the line for movie tickets! In fact, there’s no line at all for movie tickets. It’s always the other way around in Indonesia.
Anyway, I bet you thought I was going to give you a review of the movie. Well, sorry to disappoint you. I’m no good at reviewing movies. All I can say is I really enjoyed it because the scenes were great, the musical score was done by one of my favourite modern composers of all time, the kids were, well, a little different than before (still the same kids but — I don’t know — they just seem different) but still fun to watch, and the popcorn was plentiful. Good stuff. We actually stayed until the end of the end credits.
If you have no time to see the movie, you can always read Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in Fifteen Minutes and you’ll feel like you’ve seen it already. Well, sort of.
By the way, after the previous post, I guess you all know now that I’m just a human simulation machine instead of a real human. Don’t bother looking forward to the next release of Firda™ because their team of engineers is actually too busy working on other projects that aren’t as hopeless as the project that is yours truly. *sniff* So sad.