I saw Team America on Friday.
It'll probably be the last movie I watch in Manhattan because it's hideously expensive. Josh and I bought discount tickets from the law school (the kind that you have to wait until 10 days after the movie's release), thinking that we'd scored a great deal. When I handed the passes over to the guy, he says, "That'll be $5.00." I gave him a quizzical look since I figured we wouldn't have to pay anything at all. He says rudely, "You have to pay $2.50 per ticket in New York." There was nothing I could do but hand over the money. We bought the passes to save money since all screenings are over $10. We wound up saving $2 per ticket by going through the school.
Weak... LAME!!! (South Park fans will understand)
However, Team America was worth the price and it lived up to my expectations. I think it was a good movie to end my "work" week. I smile every time I think of the little puppet of Kim Jong Il prancing up to the screen and saying, "Harroooo!" My other favorite part of the movie: Michael Moore being called a "fat socialist weasel." Or should my favorite part be where he blows himself up thinking that he's doing something that'll serve the greater good of America? I'd take that over him making another one of his movies.
Team America... f@*k yeah!