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    (Original post by Emerald777O)
    Just once and I felt so self conscious!
    Throughout the whole movie or just at the start?
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    Throughout the whole movie or just at the start?
    Throughout. It was worth it because it was really good. It was called get out and it was also a packed cinema!
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    Throughout. It was worth it because it was really good. It was called get out and it was also a packed cinema!
    That movie's awesome
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    Go with ur friends
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How was your experience? Would you do it again?
    Neither here nor there really, it was a weekday at lunchtime so the place was virtually empty. It certainly beats wandering around a town centre aimlessly for hours (I'd dropped my bike off for some work at 9 and had to wait until 5 for it back). As for again I'm not really that big on the cinema anyway tbh(with or without friends).

    If you want to go just go, nobody'll care.
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    That movie's awesome
    Ikrrr. Go out to the cinema by yourself
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    I was meant to go with friends initially but had to back out last min. It's why I'm going alone and it got me wondering how others experiences were.
    Honestly, you will be fine, don't sweat it and enjoy the film! It's by far the best Thor film yet.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm going to watch Thor by myself for the first time and I'm not too bothered about going alone. Have you ever done this, would you feel self-conscious?
    I did this almost a half year ago. Went to cinema alone to watch Fast and Furious 8. Friends of mine refused my invitation, but I don't care, I was too interested in and I didn't regret.
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    I'm actually considering doing this myself 😂😂 I'm on holiday but none of my friends are... I could wait a week until they're free but I dunno if I can stop myself 😂
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    I admit that I prefer to go to cinema with friends, it makes more fun and it is nice to see that another people have the same interests in films. Have no problems to go alone, it is just not so exciting.
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    I had a job where I could bunk off and really do not much for long sections of the day as long as the bosses could call me - but I'd be out and about in all parts of London. I'd go into the nearest cinema and watch whatever was on - usually in the middle of the day and there would often be fewer than 5 people in the screening. I'd get called once every so often and i'd just ditch the movie and go and do my actual work.

    I saw a lot of films that summer.
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    I never have and I don't think I'd bother to go alone, but I think it's probably one of the least weird things to do alone. It's not like you'd be interacting with friends that much anyway. You'd just be sitting there watching the film anyway, really.
 
 
 
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