The Last Film You Saw in the Cinema?

I’ve read (didn’t know that) that the spark of the movement was a racist comment by Eric Clapton at a concert in Birmingham on Aug. 5, 1976.

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Just went to see No Time to Die with my family. Really enjoyed it. After initial impressions, it might be one of my all-time favourites but I’ll have to wait until I rewatch it. I get really bad ‘Cinema Bias’ and always enjoy a film a lot more when I see it on the big screen so I always rewatch later on to see if my opinion has changed.

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Same here. For me the whole movie theater experience can make even a crummy film enjoyable to watch, especially if you’re seeing it with family or friends.

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I came out of Star Wars 9 thinking ‘man that was awesome’ and then when I rewatched it later I started questioning whether past me was clinically insane

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Just went to see Halloween Kills. It was utter garbage but thankfully the kills were extremely brutal and frequent.

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I have the Peacock app which it was released on yesterday. You nailed it 100%. :laughing:

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Went to my local cinema yesterday afternoon to watch the latest Bond, ‘No Time to Die’.
Thoroughly enjoyed it…a good story, soundtrack, action scenes, and it catered for just about every emotion possible. Recommended.

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No Time To Die, got to be honest, thought first half was great but the second half left me cold and quite a bit underwhelmed.

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I thought it was a good movie and if it had been about anyone but Bond, I would have thought it was a great movie. Too many changes to the whole Bond legacy for my taste (and my wife’s as well who is a complete and total Bond freak and has been her whole life). But, as I said, a very well done movie.

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Got to see both The Evil Dead and Return of the Living Dead in beautiful 35mm print today. It was such a great experience and the audience were just as great!

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