Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia, The Movie; The White House
With seats for 45 it was the smallest theater in which Your Business Blogger(R) ever spilled buttered popcorn. But it was decked out in royal red with lotsa leg room.
The Penta Posse on the
East Portico, White HouseNot bad considering it was public housing.
It normally costs a Benjamin for big-screen movie entertainment (which is the same cost to now fill up the Penta-Posse monster truck) but there was no charge for this showing.
The Penta-Posse reviews of Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia, based the the book by CS Lewis,
Baby Boo: I liked the fighting. The lion scared the bad guys. The army fought the monsters, Narnia was the good team. The movie was cool because it had popcorn.
The Dreamer: I will not comment on a children’s movie.
The Dancer: It was about Narnia.
The Dude: The kids return to defeat evil. The theater was small.
The Diva: I really hated how Prince Caspian had a Spanish accent. It made what he was saying hard to follow. Also, they should have served the popcorn in WAY bigger bags. It was frustrating to run out of popcorn before the movie started. The seats should have cup holders. People shouldn’t be allowed to sit in front, they keep on squealing and throwing popcorn. The movie was great, I really loved the part when no one believes Lucy when she said she saw Aslan. Lucy looked like a boy in the film, and it disturbed me.
The (teenaged) Dreamer finds a mirror Aslan is on the move, even in Your Nation’s Capital. Even in China.
Bill Wichterman, Charmaine and
Your Business Blogger(R)
Thank you (foot)notes:
Senator Rick Santorum was there sporting new rimless glasses and reports that his family is handling the stress of his newborn well. He has an eternal perspective and an unimaginable strength of character. Yes, yes: puffery. But I’d rather write about his trials than have to endure them.
See: The Elephant in the Room: Why conservatives should support McCain, By Rick Santorum
(Alert Readers know that we conservatives are still miffed that Santorum backed the abortion-friendly Arlen Specter instead of Pat Toomey, now running the Club for Growth.)
The Dude by FDRAcademia has always been plagued with bureaucratic office-intrigue. When Woodrow Wilson was asked why he would leave Princeton to run for President, he said, “I wanted to get away from politics.”
This was the first White House Theater visit for Charmaine, even though she had a desk in the Old Executive Office Building and in the West Wing during the Reagan Administration.
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Update: An Alert Reader reminded Your Business Blogger(R) that The Dude is pictured in the East Wing next to the painting of FDR, not of Wilson as I originally wrote. And me being the product of public education, all the early presidents look alike…