One of a bolt.
One of a clock.
One of an @ sign and
One of men and women with arrows pointing at some.
If you're not familiar with the Everyman, it's a small, very exclusive cinema chain. As Daniel says, you can tell you're in one, by the fact that you can hear spoons in dessert glasses instead of rustling popcorn. They bring you all your drinks and snacks to your seat. And oh boy do they have a selection! They have things like olives, frozen yoghurt, teapigs teas, chocolate covered raisins etc etc. We went for frozen yoghurt (I had mine with fresh fruit, deeeeeeeelicious!), chocolate covered raisins, and I had a rooibos tea as well. Pretty amazing already, right? It gets better!!! Let me talk a little about the seats. We had the very best seats in the whole cinema for two reasons! Firstly, they were back middle in the very middle, even the waitress acknowledged that they were the best ones in the whole room. Secondly, Daniel treated us to Premium seats, which means it's pretty much a sofa, so you can snuggle up. You can also put the seat back, and the footrest up. Honestly words cannot describe how comfortable this cinema experience is.
Let me be honest, in this cinema, I'd probably gladly watch the shittest film. I would. Just for the comfort, and I really wasn't expecting that much from the film, mainly because it just looked like a straight forward Romcom, but also because we'd only seen bad films in the last month.
I was wrong. I was so so wrong. Daniel and I both absolutely LOVED the film. It had everything you want in it, it was hilarious (like laugh out loud, happy funny. They say things like "never trust a blueberry", come on!!), it was heartwarming and it had a lovely morale. It's a film where you genuinely go out promising yourself to appreciate the little things more and to dwell less on what annoys you. It's a beautiful film, and I'm definitely planning to watch it again. Here's a trailer:
Have you seen it yet? Also have you ever been to an Everyman Cinema? They're slightly pricey, but so worth it at the same time! I'd rather only go to the cinema sometimes and go to one of these, than pay 10 pounds to go to a regular ones, where you can't even fit your drink in the drink holder (plus I think 10 Pounds is pretty steep anyway!). Plus they usually choose good films for these cinemas (since they can only show 1-2 at the same time, they're fairly small), which is a plus too!
I hope you've all had a lovely weekend.
P.S. Very random, but Daniel thought I should mention that we had delicious homemade pesto just before we went to the cinema. And now that he's said it, I kind of agree, it was super delicious, and therefore made the evening even more perfect!