I bought a copy of Aquaman, which actually turned out to be an awesome movie. Liked it better than Ant-Man and the Wasp or Venom, but not as much Infinity War or Deadpool 2. Somewhere on-par with Black Panther, gonna have to give it some thought
Just got my tickets booked for Avengers: Endgame towards the end of the month.As soon as the kids go back to school after the Easter Holidays, I'm ordering my nachos, giant Coke Zero with Raspberry syrup, share-bag of Revels (which I am NOT sharing) and sitting in my recliner at our nearest Odeon LUXE cinema.
It's over 3 hours long, so the only showing we can go to is 11am because of getting the kids from school. But that means it'll be empty and we can just enjoy without irritating humans.
Me and my nephew went to see Into the Spider-Verse and the cinema was completely empty which was great.
@Angel - I need to book tickets for myself as well to see that. And whoever writes share size or share bag or share pack on anything needs to understand one very important thing...NOBODY freakin’ shares!
Edit: Almost forgot to add what I’ve bought. Some very exciting purchases; Two bottles of Coke. Easter eggs and some more milk.
Oh and got McDonald’s breakfast today as well. Basically just food...Food and bills. That’s pretty much all I spend my money on.
The Division 2 for PC on Amazon, felt weird buying a PC game on a disc (last physical PC game I bought was Starcraft 2) but I had Amazon vouchers to use and paid £18.99 in the end. Couldnt justify paying full price so opted for this way to make it as cheap as I could.