The T800 goes undercover as Arnold Schwarzenegger, we get Man of Steel in technicolor, Leonard Maltin critiques being a critic, Peace Pigeon edits his life, and we see some crazy bike stunts!
Man of Steel has been on the cinema circuit for a while, but I didn’t want to ruin the experience and watch it at the only crappy cinema in Pietermaritzburg. Thankfully the universe took pity on me and I managed to get to Gateway to watch the latest incarnation of Superman with a friend of mine. Gateway is also the only cinema in South Africa (that I know of) that is blessed with the latest Dolby surround sound system, Atmos, so that was an added bonus for being patient.
So no doubt most people will have seen it by now so I’m going to keep this review short and sweet for those of you who haven’t but are thinking about it.
After I left the movies today I had one mission: find a slim fit v-necked t-shirt, preferably in red.
As always, I seem to have a knack for not finding the clothes I want. I tried 4 stores and eventually discovered a few suitable t-shirts at Edgars. I found 3 red ones, small size with a slim fit cut. Only 2 of them were v-necks, but beggars can’t be choosers. The other red shirt had a regular round neck. I also found an extra small, slim fit, v-neck white t-shirt that was made out of an extremely comfortable fabric, so I figured I’d try it on.
I tried all the red shirts and to my amazement all three smalls were too big for me. This is despite the fact that I’ve put on 3.5kgs, most of which is muscle. The shirt didn’t sit on my shoulders properly, or the arms were cut way too long. The white t-shirt was a perfect fit, but the mysterious material it was made out of had one major flaw.