And now I’ve googled “Hayley Atwell BFI”, and now...I’m spent.
I think I’ve mentioned this in another thread previously, but AMC’s plan would work just fine for me...if it was any theater other than AMC. We only have one AMC theater here, and it’s by far the worst theater in town.
The Mist really was appalling. It doesn’t help that the story is probably my favorite King short, and I also love the feature film. I don’t know how you take such a simple story and turn it into something so convoluted. Ugh.
Re: reserved seating, I thought you were talking about about reserving specific seats, which can be a hassle when going with others due to individuals wanting to pay separately, etc. I also don’t always know what seat I’m going to want to sit in until I’m in the theater, based on a variety of factors. I just don’t see…
Cinemark’s Movie Club is $8.99 for one 2D ticket per month. Moviepass, until very recently, was $9.99 for as many 2D movies as I wanted to see in a month. If you go a couple of times a week like I do, Cinemark’s club is pretty much useless. I also don’t buy concessions at the theater (so the 20% off doesn’t help me)…
We only have one AMC theater, and it is by far the worst theater in town. I wish Cinemark could come up with a service that didn’t completely blow, as we are awash in their cinemas.
The difference is that while Get Out was pretty sturdily constructed,well crafted movie with a distinct vision, The Purge flicks are borderline junk, from a production standpoint. That being said, I prefer the Purge flicks, specifically because they are junk. I liked Get Out just fine, but I really get a kick out of…
Same. I LOVE Marisa Tomei, but that line reading in the trailer makes me cringe every time I see it. Yikes.
It’s always surprising to me when people express love for the X-Men cartoon. I grew up a huge X-Men comic nerd, it was my everything as a preteen, so I had been waiting most of my life for an X-Men cartoon or movie. When the cartoon came out, I was crestfallen, I thought it was so terrible. I wonder if it merits a…
This seems like the most oddly roundabout way of saying “The Ben Stiller Show.”
Yes, and he’s great!
I saw it three times in the theater AND bought the laserdisc (yes, the laserdics) because I was IN LOVE with Janeane.
I was so psyched for this movie. Huge fan of Bob Burden’s comics (Ut!) and an amazing cast, but it just wasn’t funny.
I remembered really enjoying Lost World. So much, in fact, that I recall I went to see it in the theater at least three times.
Beat me to it, so all I have left is Tammy and the T-Rex.
So, although I’ve never had a tuna and corn sandwich, we all agree that the other is bad and wrong, correct?
Damn, was just logging on to post this. Scott and Scott with the scoop!
Those were...special days.
It’s difficult to stop smoking because smoking is really great. I mean, it’s terrible, but also great. I plan on stopping soon. Anybody got a light?