Posted by sean on November 27, 2004 at 6:46 pm in Movies, Other Sport, Pubs, Shopping with No Comments


A good evening last night, firstly going to The Globe Inn, just outside of Bath. I had Hunters Chicken which is just delicious, by far the best dish on the menu. Chicken, wrapped in bacon, in a creamy barbecue sauce served with cheesy potato. If you live in or are ever in Bath, I highly recommend it!

After that I was off to the cinema last night to see the highly anticipated movie The Incredibles, which I have been looking forward to for ages.

Being it was no ordinary film, I pushed the boat out and got “Premium Seats” for around £10. For that you got some great seats – almost like sofas, a side table and Pepsi and Popcorn, a very good experience and worth the extra few pounds. The only disadvantages were that I felt the seats were a little bit too low and the wall cut off the bottom of the screen a bit, you also were not allowed to swap the Pepsi for an Ice Blast, even if you paid the difference.

Like Shrek 2 and Shark Tail, The Incredibles is totally computer animated, which seems to be the way nowadays for animation, no more cartoons.


Mr. incredible, may I suggest changing into a white Leeds United shirt.
Red doesn’t suite you.

The film follows the story if Mr. Incredible a retired superhero who is married to a female superhero who is also retired. They live normal lives and have some freaky children who also have special powers. Mr. Incredible is then brought out of retirement and sent on a mission, his family get dragged in and there you have the movie plot…

Sadly not as good as I was expecting, but I was so much looking forward to this title, maybe I expected too much? That said, the film is certainly worth seeing with or without kids.

I was dragged out again this afternoon to go to the pub to watch the England Rugby game, or as I refer to it “egg chasing”. England lost to Australia, which was a shame. Even though I don’t really like the sport, its always good to see England win – you don’t see it much. Whether its rugby, football, F1 racing or cricket, England promise so much but rarely deliver.

Talking about things that don’t deliver… Tesco Online. I’ve been shopping with them for almost a year now and have been very happy overall. They are always well stocked, reasonably priced and on time. Until today! My groceries were supposed to come this morning. I got a call around 2 this afternoon to say there’s been a delay (fair enough, these things happen) and it won’t be here until 5.30pm. It is not 6.41pm and do I have the groceries, do I F***! There’s no food in the house, I’m hungry. Maybe I should call for a Dominos and charge it to Tesco?

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