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    (Original post by Phalanges)
    Thanks guys, I wouldn't have known otherwise! Definitely going to be hanging around at midnight for them then!

    It's not too bad actually - I don't know if you've been to the IMAX before, but they don't have too many seats (certainly not as many as they could) and they're all set a decent amount away from the screen. It wasn't so much an issue of being too close, but as I was right at the side everything had a bit of a distorted view. It still looked great though!
    Ah okay, that's not AS bad then :p: I'm hoping to buy 6 VIP seats :laugh: Going to cost me an arm and a leg :eek: So excited!!! :woo: Can't wait for exams to be over. It's the only thing I have to look forward to this whole summer /nolife
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    I think it's about time I got in to this Batman malarkey. I've only ever seen Batman Returns which I don't think will help at all in my understanding of TDKR!

    What do I have to watch? Batman Begins and The Dark Knight?
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    (Original post by aja89)
    I think it's about time I got in to this Batman malarkey. I've only ever seen Batman Returns which I don't think will help at all in my understanding of TDKR!

    What do I have to watch? Batman Begins and The Dark Knight?
    Yup It really is worth a watch :yep:
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    IMAX WEBSITE is NOT LOADING!!!! :bawling:
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    I know.
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    I HATE my life so much :bawling: I've got an exam tomorrow, so I think I'll give it up now/soon/10min/30min max or wake up at 6 and hopefully no one shall be on then hahaha *Evil laugh* :p: This sucks though I hate this!
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    I finally got through to the BFI IMAX website only to find out that all the good tickets for the Friday have gone. I had a look at the Birmingham's IMAX screen (which is now a Giant Screen, seems to be just a different licensing) which is close to me at home the week after and where I saw Avatar and it looks like I should be able to get tickets to that without much trouble (they are released two weeks before they go on sale). The really insane thing that blew my mind was the price - in London peak tickets are £16.75 and £12 for students, whereas in Birmingham they're £8.50 and £6 (plus a cheaper booking fee).

    If that should fall through I'll just get some tickets to one of the Leicester Square cinemas. I saw a lot of big releases at the Odeon there over the years, and it's got terrific atmosphere when it's full (Return of the King was given a standing ovation on opening night). I only recently went to the Empire Apollo there and was really impressed by it (although there was only about 20 people in the screening) so I'd quite like to try that with a big crowd too.
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    Oh my, that actually sucks! :erm: Servers are busy now though whenever I try it.
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    World War Z, the Brad Pitt zombie film, is having a torrid time at the minute. It's been called in for 7-9 weeks of reshoots (which is a very long time) with Damon Lindelof being brought on board for extensive rewrites, and the release of it has been delayed by 6 months. All that really doesn't bode well for the quality of it.
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    (Original post by Phalanges)
    World War Z, the Brad Pitt zombie film, is having a torrid time at the minute. It's been called in for 7-9 weeks of reshoots (which is a very long time) with Damon Lindelof being brought on board for extensive rewrites, and the release of it has been delayed by 6 months. All that really doesn't bode well for the quality of it.
    Read abouy that the other day. You do wonder what the hell they were doing whilst actually filming the damn thing.
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    Booked my tickets! :grin: :woo: :party: 21st July 1am
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    (Original post by Mess.)
    Read abouy that the other day. You do wonder what the hell they were doing whilst actually filming the damn thing.
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    (Original post by Mess.)
    Read abouy that the other day. You do wonder what the hell they were doing whilst actually filming the damn thing.
    I really hope that Paramount saw it and went "we can't market this to a wide audience!", rather than it just being a terrible film. I really like Marc Foster as a director.
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    It's going to end up like the film being filmed in Tropic Thunder.
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    I have never been to IMAX London, are the centre row N seats any good? I want to watch Batman next month!
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    Have only just discovered that Duncan Jones (director of Moon and Source Code) is in fact Zowie Bowie, David Bowie's son! Talent to spare in that family!
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    (Original post by aja89)
    Have only just discovered that Duncan Jones (director of Moon and Source Code) is in fact Zowie Bowie, David Bowie's son! Talent to spare in that family!
    Wow! Random fact of the day indeed!
    Moon was incredible and Source Code was good too.

    Lucky I read over this thread - just got tickets to see TDKR with my two mates at Manchester IMAX - had to be on the Saturday though. Will try ignore like everything between release and then ahah...
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    (Original post by Mo-Amin)
    Wow! Random fact of the day indeed!
    Moon was incredible and Source Code was good too.

    Lucky I read over this thread - just got tickets to see TDKR with my two mates at Manchester IMAX - had to be on the Saturday though. Will try ignore like everything between release and then ahah...
    High five!! on TDKR
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    Anyone else heard of this project? Aronofsky directing Russel Crowe, Ray Winstone, Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and possibly Jennifer Connolly in a re-telling of the Noah's Ark story. Could be interesting. :beard:

    (Original post by calvinm)
    Thanks

    I enjoyed Another Earth more than most but I would say that the ideas behind it are more interesting than the finished product. Brit Marling gave a pretty good performance, her facial expressions really gave an insight into the character.
    My take on it is pretty much here.
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    (Original post by Abiraleft)
    Anyone else heard of this project? Aronofsky directing Russel Crowe, Ray Winstone, Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and possibly Jennifer Connolly in a re-telling of the Noah's Ark story. Could be interesting. :beard:



    My take on it is pretty much here.
    I dunno how you'd make Noah's ark an interesting story though
 
 
 
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