Monday, May 5, 2014
Flocking to Watch Rio 2!!!
It's weekend and coincidentally it's also a golden weekend in Korea since we're celebrating 4-day holiday literally--> weekend+ Children Day and Buddha's Birthday. We took the kids to the cinema to watch the anticipated (by the kids, at least:) Rio 2.
Two flocks of families on the go.
I didn't know why most of the Rio 2 movies are dubbed. We almost gave up finding the non-dubbed alias the original version Rio 2. The thing was that...most of the ones screened at CGV and Lotte Cinema were dubbed. Luckily we managed to find one being screened at Megabox at Coex!!! yes..it's far from home..but that's worth-it.
We could've just watched the Korean-version had we not gone with another flock of friends who preferred the original ones. *which only one thing for my kids: we GOT to see the Rio 2 for the 2nd time in Korean!!ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
Now..back in the car. We just 'put' the kids at the back seat since there were nine of us. Well, they enjoyed having the time together.
What would be going to the movies without some popcorn??? Well, of course it's not necessary..but we found it useful to 'tame' the hyperactive kids excited of watching the movie. And...we're waiting for about 10 minutes before the show began.
Ghaizan..our friend's little youngest son was sitting on the floor...seemed to be unobstructed by his surrounding. He kept the whole large popcorn to himself.ㅋㅋㅋ
I managed to book the tickets online so as to avoid queuing and ...any worries of any ticket's unavailability.
Eyra and her sister, Freya were sitting right next to each other. Oh, we found that the 3D glasses for the kids @ Megabox was somewhat different from the ones we usually had at CGV & Lotte.
Oh, we had a commotion right before the movie started since most of the kids wanted to be sitting next to each other which was quite impossible since I didn't anticipate that.
All in all, we found the Rio 2 to be quite too-much subplots that some kids may find it hard to chew and discern...but for all the clarity of colorful extravaganza that our eyes can be transported into....it's marvelously carried out.