After many months of excited Kickstarter backer updates, the movie is here. And it was good, just like the show was good; funny and dark and packed full of shout-outs. Seeing it on opening night was great, because the audience reaction was phenomnal, which makes me glad I live in a town that screened the movie.
Cost: $9.00 (and worth every penny)
Where watched: Living Room Theaters, with Matt
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2014/veronica_mars.html
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I! Loved! It!
It was just so great to see the gang again. There were so many wonderful Easter eggs for us long time fans. I am so glad I helped pay for this movie!!!
I am wondering about Bechdel Test. Two women? Yes. Talk about something other than men? Yes (murder, class reunions, etc.). What do you think? I can't remember the other question.
Two women. Yes! (Yay for Mac)
Who talk to each other. (Yes, several of these)
About something besides a man. (Yes! Murder! Class reunions! Etc.)
And it was written and produced by a man. It is nice to have someone in the industry who writes such great women. I think I have a major crush on Rob Thomas right now!
Ha ha! As if it is just right now. I adore that man!
Don't forget Gia and Madison. They may night be delightful characters, but they do pass the rule! Yay for a Bechtel passing movie.
Oops. I spelled Bechtel wrong before. Fixed now.
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Oh, I do kind of wish I'd seen it on opening night. That would be really fun. As you know, I loved this film. You'll see a full review eventually, when I move on to my A-Z movie project. I'm looking forward to the sequel that was hinted at!