Last Saturday afternoon, I printed out the showtimes for March of the Penguins and took them over to Brandy with a begging pouting face. I'd been talking about wanting to see it since I first saw the poster. It just sounded cute. And different. Brandy said OK. Amy was amd though, cause she wanted to go over to a friend's house. A little later, clsoer to time to go, Brandy and I had a little brushup about the tadpoles. Then Amy got more mad about having to go and slammed doors and such. And I started saying I didn't want to go if nobody else wanted to go. Then Brandy insisted that we were all going to go, and we would have fun damn it!
So, we all packed into the car, grumbling all the way. But by the time we got into the theater we mostly felt better (all of us) and then the penguins started being cute. And then that was that.
So yes, the penguins were cute. And there was drama and death and life and all that. It wasn't exactly what I expected, but then again, I didn't know exactly what to expect other than a documentary about penguins. And it was that. And it was a good one. Lots of cute penguins. It didn't blow me away. I wasn't quite in the mood for that. But I did like it. Definately worth a viewing.
And in the end, depsite her protests... Amy liked it and thanked me for having us go. So good.