By: Emerson Loria
Here within this particular gap group, for some reason we have many people here who really enjoy movies. And since so many of us appreciate movies, that tends to be an extremely popular subject within just about any conversation we have. Almost every day, at some point someone will ask someone else if they’ve seen a certain movie, if the answer is no, then that movie becomes instantly recommended to that person. If the answer is yes, then the other person simply responds with another suggestion of a great movie that they have seen. Before you know it there will be about five people all huddled around, each recommending another movie that someone hasn’t seen and then trying to convince them on how important it is for them to see this movie as soon as possible. If the convincing is successful, (which it almost always is) then that person will pull out their phone and quickly jot the name of the movie down in their notes app. And after just a couple conversations everyone is guaranteed to have quite the list of movies to eventually watch. This glorious event can go last anywhere between 5 and 45 minutes, depending on how busy we are at the time.
So what happens after all these conversations and what happens once this list has been made, do people just pile up the movies and wait for a good time to watch one? No, not at all, we spend the rest of the day all crammed into where ever the wifi is best and just about everyone is either watching a movie, watching a movie with someone else, or downloading a movie to watch in the future, the movie business here in the gap is truly madness.