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post May 21 2015, 10:48 PM
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What good cinema experiences have you had?

I'll add some of mine later tomorrow smile.gif
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post May 22 2015, 12:29 AM
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I went to watch 'Step Up 2' back in 2008 and the screen was sold out, but I had decent seats and in the comedy moments it was such a good feeling, hearing everybody laugh at the same joke and seemingly enjoyed it just as much as I did. Really positive vibe. 'Inbetweeners' was also a brilliant experience, again just down to everyone laughing at the same stuff and not laughing stupidly etc... A sell out screen is by far and away the best time to watch a comedy!

I also went to the midnight showing of the last 'Harry Potter' film and it was such a moment because most people got up and clapped at the end! Such an awesome feeling.

'Paranormal Activity 2' was also another good one for me. Just seeing everyone cower down and hearing shuffling as the screen says "Night #2 - 2:38am" etc... laugh.gif SO funny, tense and horrifying! Haha.
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post May 22 2015, 12:44 AM
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Mad Max: Fury Road. It was really packed and I didn't like the seats I was sat on because I couldn't see the screen properly as they were the only seats I could get but then, 3 people who had decent seats walked out of the film half an hour into it so then me and my mate nabbed the seats and I could see the screen properly
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post May 22 2015, 08:22 AM
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Scala all night cinema in London. Sometime around the early 90s After having watched EvilDead 1&2 and Videodrome they put on A Nightmare On Elm Street 4. By this time I was drifting in a out of sleep and was no longer sure what was real and what I was dreaming. I've never bothered to watch the film again since as I'm pretty sure it won't be as mental and brilliant as I thought it was that night.
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post May 22 2015, 11:27 AM
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I went to the Frightfest all-nighter in Empire Leicester Square in 2013, was a whole night's worth of back-to-back horror films, going from 8pm until 8am! The atmosphere was so fun and the films went the BEST quality all the way through, but they added to the mood and there was quite a variety of films in there. Probably the most fun film going I've ever been to, really wanna go back this year.
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post May 22 2015, 12:36 PM
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I once went to an independent cinema where we watched a decent movie but the experience was AMAZING. The building was historical and beautiful and the snacks were like the price of the grocery store! ohmy.gif
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