November 6, 2004

Going to Reel Moms: The Incredibles

Loews 34th St. It'll be my first time with a kid who doesn't curl up and sleep like a baby possum, but instead crawls all over you like a crazed monkey.

Update: The movie was great, although it was weird watching a baby onscreen in a theaterful of babies. Also, I thought the Reel Moms etiquette was, when your kid makes noise, you relax. When your kid actually cries, you take him out...


let us know how it was, I'm thinking of taking baby l. on tuesday. (ps. love daddytypes!!!!)

My experience with Reel Moms is that crying or not, everyone is welcome to stay in the theatre. That's one of the reason's I love it so much.

hmm, my experience is that even after eight months of hands-on parenting, I still find myself annoyed at other people's crying kids.

And that sometimes, a crying baby can set off a chain reaction, like a ping pong ball in a roomful of mousetraps. [A demonstration, it says here, was invented by Disney in the 1940's to explain how the atom bomb works.]

here's a video, and, in keeping with the cgi spirit, here's an xbox animation of it.

How wonderful it is! Today, I had seen the film - "The Incredibles" this afternoon, my father also had seen this film in this evening. This cartoon movie is powered by Disney-Pixar.
In this film, I love the people's sensation, scene, bugbears. The scene is so sublime.
With the great imagination.

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