Everywhere you want to be

mcglg.gifToday’s award for making very good use of an unlimited MetroCard goes to The TimesLola Ogunnaike who filled this report from every part of the city:
Jae Song, who caught “Kill Bill” at the Loews 19th Street East Saturday afternoon, came expressly for the film’s much discussed brutality… Mr. Sheikh, a college student, stood outside the Loews Kips Bay Theater Saturday evening smoking a cigarette… Billy Hemmans, a self-professed samurai movie expert, stood outside the Magic Johnson Theater in Harlem Saturday evening… “It was an average action film,” said Jolynn Krystocek, an art student who saw “Kill Bill” on Saturday afternoon at the Kips Bay theater in Murray Hill… The gore bothered Kristi Tucker, who caught the film with her brother at the Loews on 42nd Street on Friday, opening night…. “I liked the music,” said Ang Phurba, a sherpa breathing from an oxygen tank outside the Regal Entertainment Theatre atop Mt. Everest…”
Okay, that last one was fake.
Gory ‘Kill Bill’ Tops Weekend Box Office by Lola Ogunnaike