Watching Avatar On My Giant Flat Screen Is AMAZING!

There are so many good films about to come out at the cinema. Next week, I’m off to see Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, with Michael Douglas and Shia Labeouf. The trailer looks so good and if it’s anything like the first instalment, it’s likely to be a classic. Plus Michael Douglas is a class A actor and Shia’s super cute… Oh and he can act too. Then the following week I’m off to see The Social Network, you know that film about facebook, with Justin Timberlake – I’ve read the reviews… and they’re good. Really good.

But there are only so many times one can go to the movies. So DVD’s are a must, especially for movie lovers like myself. But you know with the right TV and perfect surroundings, watching a DVD at home can be just as enjoyable as going to the movies. Believe it or not, up until last week I had never seen Avatar. I know, crazy right? So when the DVD came out I was the first in line at my local supermarket to get a copy. But everyone told me it wouldn’t be the same as seeing it at the cinema. Well, they were wrong, because last week I got myself the mother of all flat screens, it’s a samsung 65 inch tv and trust me when I say watching it is like being at the movies. It’s huge and the surround sound is amazing. But the best part is I got myself an outdoor tv enclosures, so I watched it outside in my garden. So I basically turned my garden into an outdoor cinema. How cool is that? It was definitely worth the wait.

Now all my friends want to come round and watch my fab TV. So this weekend I’m hosting an outdoor TV night in my garden. We’re going to watch the football, then X-Factor, with a couple of beers. I’ve even got a tiki torch so if it gets dark we can stay out ‘till late and make it into a little party. Fun Fun Fun!!!!

I better go and stock up on some beer and popcorn…


4 responses

  1. My boyfriends got one of these at home. We hosted lots of parties during the wordcup. I wanna buy a cinema-style tv, hopefully one that’s even beta than my bf’s 🙂

  2. I’d be inclined to go along with with you one this subject. Which is not something I typically do! I really like reading a post that will make people think. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment!

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