After the Movie (in 100 Words)

The pop corn tub emptied before the movie even started.  Drinks too.  By the time the monster was destroyed and the heroes started their sun rise march home, the snacks were a distant memory.

“That was a great movie!” Clark said. “Scary, unsettling, well made.  Loved it!”

“Meh, premise was ruined early on.  What sort of space soldiers get lost on their way back to the ship? That’s some unrealistic, rookie stuff.  The aliens were playing with them,” argued Cody.

“Realistic or not, that was a fun movie,” Clark insisted.

“Meh,” Cody sighed, “Hey, do you remember where we parked?”

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