Eunice Kim, staff writer
ASB hosted its movie night, featuring the recent CGI blockbuster “Frozen” on April 22. The lacrosse field, where the movie was shown, was filled with music and the smells of various foods.
On the day of the movie night, the lacrosse field was surrounded by hungry people exchanging money for tickets to later be exchanged for food. Students brought friends and families to enjoy the movie night. Some teachers brought their family members to enjoy the show as well.
“I decided to take my grandson to movie night because it was a fun family activity to do,” Spanish teacher Susan Schneider said.
Although the movie was scheduled for 7 p.m. the actual movie began around 7:50 p.m. Students were disappointed about time management.
“My least favorite part of movie night was waiting for the movie to start,” junior Chloe Burgin said. “That was my first time seeing Frozen so I couldn’t wait to just watch the movie.”
Audiences who watched Frozen sympathized with the movie by making various exclamations during various scenes from the movie, such as ‘yes!’ or ‘awww.’ The film’s most popular musical number,“Let It Go,” was so popular that a student commented that everybody could, “now go home” when the scene was over.
Besides “Let It Go,” the audience softly sang along the various featured song of the movie, including “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” and “For the First Time in Forever.”
“I’m ready to sing every song that is going to be on Frozen. I’m ready and I will sing the songs,” junior SNetchem Castro Dockery said before the show began.
After the show was over, audiences were extremely satisfied with the movie night.
“I had a great time at the event,” Burgin said. “I laid on blankets and pillows with my friends and we laughed and made jokes during the movie and sang along with the songs.”
ASB was satisfied with the result of movie night, noting that some of their food was sold out. However, they found the need to improve their movie night.
“For next year, more advertising is needed for the movie night to be improved,” sophomore Justin Friedman said.