As we know it was Easter this weekend, and yesterday was the time for giving Easter Eggs to family and friends, well as i only have family i only had 1 egg but i think if i had a egg from all my cyber friends i may be snowed under with chocolate..
Sunday afternoon my youngest was with his dad (as we are seperated) so he spent the day and night there and a 2nd night tonight.. Anyway my normal Easter Plans are to have my parents over but we went theirs on Saturday and my parents went to my brothers on Sunday, so left i suppose with a gap of what to do and a 18 year old son, we decided to go to the Cinema and see anything of his Choice then a meal (gluten free of course for me)..
The Chosen Film was G I Joe
This is what the Synopsis says from the cinema guide
The Hasbro heroes are back for more thrills in this testosterone-laden sequel! G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra grossed more than $300 million worldwide. Now this second, even more explosive adventure sends the iconic characters (from Hasbro, makers of Transformers) on their most dangerous mission yet! Picking up where the first film left off, villainous master of disguise Zartan (Arnold Vosloo) has assumed the identity of the US President (Jonathan Pryce). Working with the Joes’ nemesis the Cobra Commander, Zartan is aiming nanotech warheads at strategic locations across the globe – warheads capable of destroying entire countries! The only ones who can stop him are the Joes themselves but Zartan has had most of them exterminated and frames the remaining survivors as traitors. Accompanied by Duke (Channing Tatum), new face Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson) must seek the help of the original GI Joe himself, General Joseph Colton (Bruce Willis), in order to stop this deadly enemy once and for all.
Obviously with all G I Joe Films it is action packed from start to finish, there is always Hot Bodied Men and Fit Hot Woman in who can Fight pretty dame well… I think it was a Awesome film to go and see but the down side for me was sitting too close to the front of the Cinema screen, and this was cause the higher seats had been taken.. but being too close for me was almost giving me a headache cause the Film moves very fast from one scene to the next and very big in front of you, i kinda felt in there with them all, and it was not a 3D film,, Anyway watch the trailer if you can… and go see it too