Some folks in Denver don’t watch the big game, but not many

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DENVER — Super Sunday is finally here. But not everyone was paying attention to the big game.

“We’re going to watch movies actually,” said one person visiting the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Littleton.

The Alamo Drafthouse sold several preorder tickets for movies showing during the big game.

“People are still buying tickets,” Steve Bessett of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema said. “It’s the opening weekend of ‘Hail, Cesar!’”

While most people were glued to their TV sets, there were plenty of other options.

You could have plenty of room for play at a City Park, you could get a head start on filing your taxes, you could get your nails done, or you could pull right up to get an oil change with no wait.

If you don’t like any of those ideas, we hit the streets of Denver to find some folks who weren’t watching football. It wasn’t easy, but we did find some with ideas of their own.

“I’m going to the Museum of Nature and Science to check out the Sherlok Holmes exhibit and take in the nice day,” said one Denver resident.

Another added: “I’m going to be out enjoying the town.”

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