The Avatar 3D experience in IMAX was so intense, that a man actually threw up. Unfortunately the man threw up BEHIND my friend Alex, without aiming down, without saying sorry, right at the climax of the movie. Needless to say it was Alex’s worst movie experience ever.
I used to work at the theater and did just about every job. I was a ticket seller, ticket checker, theater cleaner, washroom cleaner, and food server, sometimes all in one night. Making money ain’t easy.
No, that wasn’t me
I was not the one who was vomited on, that was another Alex. So if there is some sort of Xbox Live achievement for that, it should be revoked or something.
Anyways, while drawing this comic, I was reminded of the definitive Star Wars: Episode I review posted by RedLetterMedia on YouTube. I recommend watching it, despite its length (70 minutes? really?) and despite the stupid sociopath killer allusions.
The last part of the review starts talking about how Lucas botched the movie with his absolute control of the production. It’s argued that hardships and meddling from other people actually create a better end product (“art from adversity”). With no one to challenge Lucas’ divine edicts, bad things result. I think there’s a universal lesson in that somewhere.