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Furious 7.

I'm not a movie person.  They don't generally excite me and I find it to be a rather large waste of time to park myself in front of a screen for 2-3 hours at a time.  Usually, I will wait until a movie comes out on DVD or even Netflix before I will watch it.  And, even then, I won't generally watch it without getting up a time or two to change loads of laundry or make something to eat.  However, there is one movie that we just had to go and see in the theatre...

The Fast and Furious movies have been a part of our family from day one.  These are the movies that our kids have been raised on.  Anytime a Fast and Furious movie is on TV, we have to watch it.  Even though we've seen it a hundred times and know each line word for word.  So it wasn't a big surprise that we made it a point to visit the theatre to watch Furious 7.  This movie was a great experience for us and our boys.  It had the fast cars, the intensity, the unnecessary girl fight, the fight that never ended,Vin Diesel broke the earth, and then Dwayne Johnson moved the earth, and then it ended in tears and us in the car downloading the soundtrack.  The absolute best part: we got to go for free thanks to our movie points (they even covered our popcorn)!!

The large child did actually want 
to be there, I swear.









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