" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

March 15, 2021


Takes the viewer through the lobby and into the cinemas of the Plymouth Grand
Last week my youngest son asked me if I was interested in seeing a 25th anniversary screening of the movie 'Trainspotting' at the cinema tonight.
I thought not really, but I could tell that he wanted to see it, so I said yes just to have a night out.
He said he would buy the tickets to the movie, so I said I'd shout dinner at the sushi train restaurant under the cinema.
Trying to spot something to eat tonight:-)
We even had to use 'GuestTrack' for Covid tracking:-)
And before I left for the cinema this afternoon I watched
a news story that appeared on the
Australian ABC news website today about a guy in America filming a drone flying through a cinema complex.
So instead of spending my time in the cinema tonight
trainspotting I was also keeping an eye out for drones:-)
Kinda looked like a train coming out of the wall, you think?-)
I didn't spot any drones tonight though :-(


  1. Greta movie beat Scottish flick since the Rangers SPL win this year. Have you seen the sequel?

    1. No, but I've got it on one of my streaming lists to watch.
      I think it is on BINGE ... or Amazon Prime.
      Anyway I'll probably watch it tonight while the first one is still fresh in my mind.

    2. I watched T2 on BINGE last night and it didn't live up to all the hype I've heard about it being a great sequel for me.
      I give it 3 out of 5 stars when I put my "I can make anything way more better than you can" movie expert hat on ;-)
      Of course I've never even come close to making a movie ... or shooting anything, to be honest :-)

    3. Thanks for the review as I was just about to save it on the watch list..: I might give it a spin if the Tigers aren’t putting on a show.

    4. It's worth a watch.
      But it's not as good as the first movie.
      I'm just glad that I didn't make a trip to the cinema to see it.
      If you can watch it as part of a streaming service subscription by all means take a look.
      My son doesn't agree with me on my review, but he was the one who wanted to see the first one on the big screen the other night, not me.
      The first one is OK, but I'm not a fan of foreign language films anyway ;-)