This year, for my birthday, I devised a plan to tweet a quote about age every hour on the hour. Thank good for tools that make it possible to program tweets in advance. Here is the list of all the quotes I used. I loved looking through a lot of quotes about age, aging and getting older and these were just the ones that made the cut
Before watching this film, my expectations are high, very high. We are talking another superhero movie with Ryan Reynolds. After the Green Lantern, he steps into the role of Deadpool. What did I know about Deadpool, well the list isn’t that long. I knew he’s from the Marvel Universe, he knows he’s being watched ( breaks the 4th wall by addressing the audience), he’s badass, a lot of people cosplay him and well that’s about it. The trailer gave some back story but still not all I would need to know the whole story. This is one of the Marvel characters that I haven’t read about in comics so it really is discovering the person from start on.
I went to see this film together with my (single) friends because we didn’t want to be left out of the Valentine’s celebrations – which in our case became Quirky Alone night and what better film to spend the night than this one? We had so much fun that some even already said if we’re still single next year that we should do this again.
We were very late to go see this film at the cinema. As a consequence, we had to rearrange our plans and see it at another cinema than initially planned. The trailer didn’t tell me much except it’s about a man who’s going to live like a woman – or something like that. Why wouldn’t that be appealing to see! A plus to see this film in the cinema is of course Eddie Redmayne – he really is on a roll – last year in the “Theory of Everything” and later this year in Fantastic Beasts – making this another film for which he might win some awards.