Anyway, here is the interesting part. Before entering the Theatre, everybody was scanned with one of those wand thingy's you see the TSA using at airports. I don't know what you call them. I believe they were looking for video equipment, because before the movie started they warned us that they would be checking the audience with night vision goggle's to make sure nobody was using a phone/recording devise to pirate the movie. There was a chuckle from the audience and then the lady said she was serious. I don't know. I suppose if there is anyplace where they could afford that kind of odd luxury, it would be here. Is pirating a movie before it comes out that big of a deal? Give me a clue here ... I really have no idea.
Oh - the movie was okay. Movies aren't usually my thing, but my friend cried a lot so I think it was probably pretty emotional for normal people. And the kid in it does a fantastic job acting.