I did like it a lot. The fact that the stakes were more personal and less giant things falling out of the sky helped. Also, as a guy who had to try to get his daughter to sleep in time to make it to that showing, I had a lot of resonance with the story.

Richard Musterer that doesn’t surprise me. As I just told the story on the podcast today, my brother and I saw “Krush Groove” in the theater in Augusta and it was packed. Augusta is more of a “Krush Groove” place than a “Say Anything” place. Also, my friends and I also had a theater to ourselves in Augusta for a showing of “D.A.R.Y.L”, but that would have happened anywhere someone actually showed up.