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|My $5 Greek beer and Vegetarian Yiros & chips|
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|The QR code to get into the cinema|
Sunday night I went to the cinema with my two adult sons to see the new 'Wrong Turn' movie starring Matthew Modine (AKA Private Joker from 'Full Metal Jacket').Duck, it's a Surfing Bird?
'Wrong Turn' wasn't my choice of movie to see, but hey what ya gonna do when you are out voted two to one when voting on which movie all three of us should see?-)
Maybe I've seen too many Kubrick movies, but I don't trust modern technology with my information ... or humans with it either, for that matter.
But the real weird part of Sunday night for me was when an owl eyed moth/butterfly flew past me when we were eating dinner outside 'The Yiros Shop' across from the cinema and landed on the blue neon 'Hangry' sign just after I had taken this picture below while we were waiting for our food to arrive at our outdoor table.
I was just along for the ride anyway (literally, as my youngest son drove us in to meet my eldest son in Brisbane city) to have dinner and catch a movie with my boys.
'Wrong Turn' wasn't what I was expecting as far as a slasher movie went though.
The plot was bizarre to say the least, where an Antifa like group of hikers stay in a red-neck like town and end up in a battle with right-wing "Deliverance" like Vikings, who live up off the trail and don't seem to get on with the red-neck town folk either.
And the film ends while the credits roll to a very bloody violent ending as the Woodie Guthrie song 'This Land is Your Land' plays.
I don't recall seeing any Native Americans depicted in this movie, so just whose land it was meant to be in this movie is ambiguous and confusing.
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I noticed that 'Wrong Turn' was released on January 26th (Australia Day) in the USA, but comes out on February 4th (we went to a preview screening Sunday) in Australia:-)
|Released in the USA on January 26th (Australia Day)|
It's just good to get out of the home ... sometimes:-)Apart from all the QRing you have to do these days to eat somewhere, or be able to get into the movies.
|Is that a QR code?-)|
But what choice do you really have these days when you are just one more ape carrying a mini-monolith that tracks your every move and message?The Synchronicity of Chasing Butterflies?
|An Owl eyes butterfly/Moth on the Yiros Shop sign:-)|
It flew past us and went through the open front door of the shop and landed on the R part of the "hangry" sign.I have never before seen one of the insects in the wild that have the owl eye markings on their wings.But every time I tried to get a photo of the eye markings with my phone the insect would close its wings just as I snapped the shot.I tried one last time to get a shot of the eye markings as we left the Yiros Shop to go see the movie, but the insect closed its wings once more, leaving me without a shot of the owl eye markings.
Oh well, at least I have my two sons as witnesses that this insect had the weird owl eyes on its wings.
I might have left for the cinema angry for not getting the shot I was after, but I was no longer hungry:-)
Owls and insects with owl eye markings like to play elusive games with me it seems -The Lord of the Rings and the Mind's Eye?