Four Hours, Three Movies.
As I have mentioned before, once you enter the back area to watch a movie, you are pretty much stuck there until the next hour tolls.
Friday night's movie was a Steven Segal movie, with some very unrealistic action scenes, but I did stay to watch the entire movie.
Saturday noon time found me again heading to the movies but alas this one was not worth watching as it was a very visually based movie which just does not show up clear enough on out snow stormed screen. The title was "Deep Cave" and I am sure it was a great movie when seen on a large theater screen.
Today's movie was a real torture to even sit through the first hour. The title was "Brooklyn Bound" and I think this is one of those direct to video films that were never seen on the big screen. It was almost like a documentary of the life of young people in the 'projects' of Brooklyn.
It was interesting that during the first hour the main supplier of the drugs to the local black dealers was a young Italian macho type, whose mother still was living in the mostly black apartment building. If I could have I would not have even waited a full hour to leave.