Airline movies

We are taking our summer vacation soon, so that means it’s time to check the in-flight entertainment guide for the plane!

I’m hoping since we live in 2013 that we can have individual screens, but there’s still an off chance that won’t happen.  I really don’t mind for flights under 4 hours, but this will be a trans-Atlantic flight and with 2 children, personal screens are desperately needed.

For some reason, I always feel like I’m getting to watch “free” movies on my flight.  It’s always like a treat.  I wonder why that is.  Technically I just paid a thousand dollars per ticket, yet the movies on the 6 inch screen still feel “free.”  Not to mention the tiny chocolate bars they hide in the back for those of us who want to stretch our legs.  That’s right folks!  They hide snacks in the back on these long flights.  You are welcome to them if you can find them.  You have to hurry because everyone steals the chocolate first and then you’re left with peanuts and jelly candies.  But they’re free, so I won’t complain too much.