It has long become a weekly ritual and we all love INTERNeX Pub NiGHTs every Wednesday somewhere in beautiful Vancouver. Yesterday our weekly PuB NiGHT exceptionally took place on a Tuesday since we went to the Scotiabank Theatre where we watched the new James Bond movie Spectre. And as you may know Tuesday is “cinema day” so the tickets are just half the price. By the way thats a good advice for all the smart savers among yourselves! Anyways . . . Luckily we met so early because otherwise we couldn’t have managed to sit together in a group since the seats basically are general admission which means first-come, first-served. We managed to grad some pretty good seats in the back row.
Ironically we headed to a Pub on Granville Street called the Cinema Public House afterwards; a rather chic but chill place where we talked about the movie; what we did like and what we didn’t like … It was fun talking about all the “mistakes” we recognized in the movie. Do you know what I’m trying to say? I mean all those insane moments that would never ever happened in real life 😀
As I read Spectre, the 24th James Bond movie, has already broken records in its opening week. It made £52 million from October 26 till November 2. Unbelievable isn’t it? Well, I mean with a budget of ~£200 million, SPECTRE has yet to make a little profit . . . but this goal shouldn’t be too long coming after when you look at the profit it made in its first week in just one country. Anyways I don’t want to border you too much with those details and I don’t want to spoil either so just let me say that it’s like a typical James Bond movie: with a lot of action, drama, tension, fights but also with death and love.
In my opinion you really need to see that movie!