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This weekend was a big deal. Not only did we see the new Avengers, but we also saw the Star Wars trailer for the first time. Ryan, Max, and I had heard that the trailer was going to play before the Avengers and had decided to wait to see it until we were dwarfed by the Giant IMAX screen. The trailer was amazing, and I hope J.J. Abrams's Start Wars is one of the best yet. The New Avengers was also really great, not as breathtaking as the first one, but still a very, very ...
... time in Nevada and coming up on Vegas was quite an experience. It literally pops up out of the desert. We parked at the Las Vegas Convention Center and headed in. Steadicam was amazing and provided us with Exhibitor Passes (so we were legit). We were greeted and given a little tour of the Tiffen booth (The Tiffen Company owns Steadicam as well as a few other companies) and were introduced again to Steve Tiffen, aka Mr. Tiffen, aka the head honcho. He ...
... to see it. The first few films in the The Fast and Furious franchise are (in my opinion) kinda bad as far as quality of acting, production, and story, but they were entertaining. But as the franchise moved continued, it's like they started to realize what these films are: Huge blockbusters, filled with massive stunts, cool cars, cheesy dialogue, and very elaborate action sequences, with not that much in depth story. I like a franchise that realizes ...
... to a path with a sign that read "Inspiration Point" (With a name like that it better be worth hiking to). 15 minutes later, we came to our stopping point. Not quite the top of the mountain, but it had one heck of a view. At 4714 feat up, we were overlooking more than 3000 square miles. The pacific, Catalina Island, basically all of LA metropolitan area and surrounding cities were visible. It was well worth the rigorous 3 hour hike up. Going down was much easier and we made great ...
... yet crowded theater playing what looked like a foreign documentary. We were finally in the right place. At this point, we all kinda start laughing because of what could've happened. I don't even want to imagine what kind cartoons were being watched in the other theater. Anyway, we had already missed the first documentary, but we were able to see the rest before we had to leave because our parking lot closed at 10:00. Some were very difficult to ...