I’m dying here…that’s great!
“Why do you call her Aunt Fanny?”
“We couldn’t call her Aunt Booty…”
That was awesome…I’m still laughing. I’m so seeing that! I think our team should take a small field trip…
Looks like I know what I’ll be doing one of the weekend nights of the UTC regional.
Btw, the other regionals that same weekend are: Arizona Regional, Phoenix, AZ Florida Regional, Orlando, FL Great Lakes Regional, Ypsilanti, MI
**Pittsburgh Regional, **Pittsburgh, PA St. Louis Regional, St. Charles, MO
& UTC New England Regional, Hartford, CT
For it to work, the idea would have to go to the top man (Dean) to negotiate with the film studios to allow all the regional to show the movie. Since “Robots” will be a new release, the film will have to be tightly guarded and it probably won’t be on a simple DVD but cans and cans of film.
Well, we have an update on this movie. Or the marketing of it anyways.
I was at the store (Walmart) today at lunch, and I bought a double pack of a DVD, with a Robots the movie DVD in it (The Sandlot was the other movie in the double pack, but there are others). I thought I had hit the jackpot, because the movie doesn’t come out till March 11th. Turns out, which I knew before I bought it, it is a 15 minute teaser DVD of the movie. I’ll have to watch it tonight, and see what cool stuff is in it.
Ok… all I have to say now is wow! This is going to be a great movie.
If anyone wants to get together during UTC and go see this movie, let me know and I will see if I can find a movie theater close to the Meadows where we can go.
Also, there is Ice Age 2 - The Meltdown movie coming out as well, and The Sandlot 2 coming straight to DVD. All the extra stuff they had included on the DVD preview.
I am so going to see this movie the weekend it comes out. Which happens to be the weekend of UTC, so I hope others will decide to tag along…
I got a chance to see an advanced screening last night for this movie, and let me tell you - you won’t be disappointed! It is definitely one of the funniest movies I have EVER seen. As an animator, its amazing to see the Rube Goldberg type sequences as well as the huge amount of detail in the movie (objects that look like the would have been milled actually have the shiny rings…don’t know how else to describ it).