Seattle Screening

A dark, comedic, gritty and grounded superhero comedy
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Mar 07, 2011 9:32 am

I attended this last night. I saw an update from Rainn Wilson's twitter about this screening so I thought it'd be cool and free. I arrived a few hours early and even then there was a small line already building up. To pass time, I jetted over to a bookstore and bought a copy of Zombie, Ohio (you should check it out...) anyway... there were were cameras and people dressed up in superhero costumes (or for all I know, their everyday attire) because of the Emerald City Comic Con.

I think there were about a couple hundred people trying to get into the screening but not even a hundred made the cut. The movie was pretty good for the most part. There were a couple scenes in there that were a bit too much but overall the dialogue, performance, and soundtrack was good. Ellen Page's character was a firecracker, and she can pull off the maniacal laugh.

Rainn Wilson and James Gunn also made their appearance at the screening; funny guys.

Overall, I'm going to see it again when it hits theaters next month.
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Mar 07, 2011 1:48 pm

Glad to hear that you enjoyed the movie. I can't wait to see it, perhaps multiple times. :)
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Mar 08, 2011 2:13 am

Sounds like it could be an underground hit in the making. :agreeing: Awesome.
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