AND HE ROCKS. The theater was pretty well full (it was also on a few other screens around the valley -- sadly, the far north Desert Ridge was actually the closest to me; the others were in Mesa, the far west Valley, and Ahwatukee, which would have been good if I'd been heading from work, but otherwise about the same distance). ANYWAY, it is a great film and a good documentary and I will have to get the DVD as soon as I can.
To add to my List of Things I Want To Do in My Life: Spend Elvis Week at Graceland, with all the other fans. Yes, another crowded spot. Elvis Week is of course the week before my birthday; I'm glad it's been made a celebration of his life. (I was 12 when Elvis died in '77, and turned 13 five days later; I was 21 when my Dad died in '86, and turned 22 three days later.)
I would also like to go on the Elvis Cruise (through Carnival). But that's silly. I don't have anyone who'd go with me (except my imaginary friends; Sean Patrick was sitting in the dark next to me last night).