Premier, Captain América Civil War.

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After a long day, finally the day to see the premiere of Captain America Civil War arrived. Luckily for Mexicans, the film was released a week before its premiere scheduled for May the 6th in USA. The reason: There was a warranty to have a full box office success on the weekend with Mexican Children’s day and the Labor Day. I went with my geek friends and some not so geek. The cinema was cramming despite being midnight. We can even feel the floor at Macroplaza vibrating and it seemed like it will collapse with so many people. The expectations in the film and with the directors, the Russo brothers were very high but fortunately the movie did a good fight.
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Premier de Capitán América: Civil War

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Después de un largo día, llego por fin la hora del ir al estreno de Capitán América Civil War. Y es que afortunadamente para los mexicanos, la película fué estrenada una semana antes de su estreno programado para el 6 de Mayo en el mercado Estadounidense. La Razón: El buen fin de taquilla que representa el puente del Día Del Niño/Día del Trabajo. Acudí con mis amigos ñoños y algunos no tan ñoños. El cine estaba a abarrotar a pesar de ser media noche. Hasta el piso de Macroplaza vibraba y parecía que iría a colapsar con tanta gente. Las expectativas en la película y en los directores, los hermanos Russo, eran muy elevadas pero afortunadamente salió bien libradas. Continue reading “Premier de Capitán América: Civil War”

Kung Fu Panda 3 with the Kids from the Shelter

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Stealthy like Master Snake, Strong like Master Tiger, Fast like Master Crane and with a heart like Master Po; yesterday I finished work early from Vallarta Salads to go to Plaza Caracol to watch Kung Fu Panda 3 with the kids from “Vida Nueva” shelter and some of the volunteers of “Corazones Salseros” group. Cecy Guillen got free tickets for the children, so we only had to buy our own tickets and some snacks for the kids that actually costs the double or more than the movie ticket. Luckily the kid I was responsible of, only wanted a coke and a grapefruit slushie. I left my yellow bag at the counter, took one of the kids with me (every adult was responsible for one kid) and went inside the movie complex. Continue reading “Kung Fu Panda 3 with the Kids from the Shelter”

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