Whoppers, a must have movie candy. There are three (Original, Strawberry Milkshake, and Reese's Peanut Butter) flavors on the shelf for your movie going pleasure. Unless there are more hiding behind the Earth Dots.
Reese's Peanut Butter Whoppers have been out in large cartons for awhile, but according to my local grocer, the movie-size box is new.
Today's guest reviewers are Danie Ann (yes, another cousin) and Zander, her bear like chocolate lab. Mmm, chocolate. You might as well say "Gimme that!" to a Grizzly. Mega paws here showed great restraint after Danie wrestled the box (which I gave him) from his grip.
Seriously, look at those paws.
Danie, after carefully weighing the two newer flavors, seemed to prefer the Strawberry Milkshake Whoppers (which I'm not reviewing but got because I keep seeing them in the movie theater). Zander took quite a shine to that box of Reese's Peanut Butter Whoppers, showing less interest in the Strawberry.
The combination of the two, as you and the bagger at Cub's Foods can imagine, is not a good one. She actually shuddered as the two flavors rolled down the conveyor belt.
Eaten separately, however, they're both good. The Peanut Butter is more suckable (in a good way) and has that melt-in-your-mouth quality accentuated by a creamy smooth peanut butter flavor.
Reese's Peanut Butter Whoppers are not too sweet and the peanut butter compliments the crunch and cocoa of the malt. They're not too loud in a movie theater if you care about that sort of thing which you should, and can be thrown several rows with accuracy at people who don't.
The Dark Knight
No one should have to tell you to see this movie because you should have already seen it at least once by now. Why are you still sitting here? GO, see it. I was almost hoping Heath Ledger wasn't as funny and clever and enticing as he was. Best. Joker. Ever. Love this director. (I've had just about enough of your Momento-bashing, young lady.)
Fun, fun, funny—oops—incoming message: Get off your plus size asses and go plant a pizza tree. But I'm watching your movie, WALL-E, and I would have noticed the swimming pool right off. Bonus points for the Hello Dolly video. I had such a crush on Cornelius Hackl, oye vey!
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
Devil boy sent to destroy earth grows up to appreciate a good cigar and a sixer of mediocre beer (you couldn't use full cans for a big budget movie?). He also likes TV and cats, but don't hold that against him. Didn't see the first one, graphic novels usually look good, but can get tedious. Not so with Hellboy II, it has an interesting story with heart and imagination and it doesn't matter how many movies it reminds you of, it's still distinctive. Great opening backstory, above average art direction, well done action sequences.