I just read this in an article on MSNBC about this country's economic downturn and how it could affect movies.
"Even if a nickel no longer gets you a double feature, movie tickets remain one of the great entertainment bargains available ..."
Um, what? By the time I walk into a theatre with my husband and three kids before the show has even started, we have spent between $50 and $60 for tickets and snacks - that must be shared. And it costs just as much if you don't take your kids because then that money goes to a babysitter.
Does film critic Alonso Duralde (the author of the article) know what the word bargain means? I'm going to take a giant leap here and say he's either unmarried with no kids or hasn't a clue what real life is like for most "normal" folks here in America. Or both!
Looks like I'm right on at least one count.