Posted 11 October 2019 - 10:09 AM
It wasn’t bad at all, not as fast paced as I’d thought it might be from the trailers but good.
I saw it Monday night on the big screen. Aaron Paul is from Boise (graduated from the school my son goes to) and has shown the premier of the last few seasons in an old theater as well.
The brother of a gal I’ve dated a bit owns a security company and I’ve done a little pick up security work for him so I got to go as security. Basically I was monitoring anyone with phones or other electronic devices outside of a few closely controlled areas.
As you came in you had to divest all electronics into a secure bag with an electronic lock that you then held onto, they had stations outside the main theater where they could be unlocked and used.
I saw most of it but not with 100% of my attention.
Aaron Paul did call me a bitch and told me to enjoy the movie though, as in “go sit down and enjoy the movie bitch”.
Not the first time I’ve met him and he is definitely one of the nicest guys from the industry I’ve met.
Tickets were given out by radio or he ran a scavenger hunt for them via twitter. And the el Camino was driving around town. Got quite a following and the cops ended up closing down a few streets to facilitate the hunt.
I’ll watch it again in full to catch everything I missed.