I saw it tonight too in Greece. It looked about $65 too much. The box itself is [censored]. Good luck find MiB with that Diamond exclusive. Is there anything unique about that Maul besides its size?macross7 said:Saw a 18" Darth Maul figure today at TRU. Never seen it before.
Hedji said:Just got this for my daughter for Xmas:
A pleasure to see you as well my dear and thank you for pointing out where the Calendar store was. Worked perfectly for me.Sithology_101 said:AND....it was a pleasure to see Scott today. Thanks for the GI Joe/KB tip......
The kid in the play is in my daughter's class. I understand he did a nice job. Her class got to see it as part of a class trip.Mr Curto said:We went to see the "A Christmas Story" play at the Geva theater a few weeks back....it was a really cool show, even if you know the story.
There are a few new scenes in the play that are not in the movie, including one which I didn't care for, but overall I was very impressed with the show and how they pulled off the revolving stage. Very cool.
I went with my family and a friend to see that last week. I thought it was very well done and also liked the revolving stage. The Dad in the play did a better job than the Dad in the film, I thought.Mr Curto said:We went to see the "A Christmas Story" play at the Geva theater a few weeks back....it was a really cool show, even if you know the story.
Our tickets were cheaper than that...we bought them months ago. We didn't get the front row seats, but we didn't have nosebleed seats either....the only drawback is that we were under a vent, so there was a draft.Hedji said:Now I wish I would've seen the show. Did you guys all pay the $50 for seats to A Christmas Story? I considered it, but then cheaped out at the prospect of $150 for my family to see something my 5 year old might not sit through.
I ran out to TRU today and picked up the Guess Who Star Wars Edition game. Looks pretty cool. Bought it for my little one for under the tree, but honestly, I'm the one excited to play it.