I hung out with some friends last night. We went to Buffalo Wind Wings and saw the movie Sherman and Mr. Peabody. Although I instinctively want to call them "Atlas and P-body". It's definitely the last name that trips me up.
Anyway, the movie was really great, if not a little cliche at times. It had some surprisingly dark moments, like this one girl, Penny, almost making a blood oath to marry King Tut. (Only in movies does this premise make sense) This dagger was inches from piercing the middle of her hand. And they explained this ritual that they did when the pharaoh dies. (I guess?) So when Tut dies, they'll kill Penny, rip her heart out, and mummify her remains.
The history was slightly off at points as well, like the reason the French Revolution happened. It was not because of Marie Antoinette's lust for sweets. (It really was because she would throw lavish parties with her husband, while not acknowledging the starving peasants. And I suspect it may have been a way for her to cope with having to rule a nation, apparently, she wasn't really given much training, she was having problems in the bedroom with her husband. So why not throw parties to hide the sad fact that you have a sucky life?)
Anyway, My friends Alex, Kevin and I were, aside from another couple who seemed more interested in their phones, the only ones in the theater. I was crossing my fingers and hoping that there would be at least one musical number, so that we could go and dance in the theater. It was Alex's idea and I supported her wholeheartedly on it. I had never had an entire theater to myself. Regretfully, there was no musical number, so I couldn't dance.
I had a great night. It was so much fun. XD