Since then, and not only because of George Lucas, there has not been a single film that has been appealing enough to drag me back into what has become an expensive experience. There have been a few films along the way that have had me looking up film times, but I have not wanted to see a film so much that I have felt the need to re-arrange other activities for it. I have been married over a year, yet since I have know my wife which is coming on for five years we have never been to the cinema together. We almost made it to Casino Royale but the pre-film drinks turned into drinks and dinner and we gave it a miss and rented the DVD some months later.
It irks me, because for many years films were a big part of my recreation, and were entangled within many of the social interactions of my now
Today, I learned that an A Team film was due for release in cinema's this year, and upon hearing the news lept forth to You Tube for a peak of any trailer that may be available, which I duly watched, but again I am left feeling cold.
Here is the A Team trailer:
It would perhaps irk less, except, there is no decent entertainment programmes being made for British television... but that is an entirely different and much longer rant all together.