How seriously can you take a film that strives so hard for verisimilitude but is about a bunch of farmyard animals trying to teach me about politics?
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Batman was 'my thing' as a young pup, and i have loved the 'new' films so far. Friday afternoon in the cinema will most definitely be the highlight of my July.
As AndyWright has already said, i hope it blows my socks, eyes and ears off!
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Not sure if I will see it a the cinema or not, probably will, probably take my niece to see it. Batman is a 12 isn't it?
Yes it is. More specific info can be found on the BBFC's site, should you feel the need.
Ah cheers! Something kept saying to me it could be a 15.
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I have to wait until wednesday to see it Bloody Puffins. Are there any good cinemas in Pembrokeshire?
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l have booked to see it early tomorrow morning, on my own, before my meetings.
With the hope that its suitable for my 8yr old son (see good excuse checking it out, responsible parent Ha) and then if its no more violient than the last one / not too many swear words, I will take him to see it in Imax 3D next week.
12A means its upto the adult to decide if it is suitbale for an under 12, right.
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I'm pretty sure it (quite rightly) isn't available in 3D.
Think so - I might try with my other niece too then, she is 10, older one 12.
Yep it is right - just asked my niece, and she said Harry Potter was 12a too.
Wow, amazed Haverford West has a cinema! That place is tiny! Looks like I need to head back to Swansea to find a 4K projector though, so may as well wait untill I'm home in Bristol.
Him indoors and his youngest are seeing it at the IMAX tomorrow afternoon, but I can't go as i'm working
Can't wait to see it, though the overbearing hype has taken an edge off my initial excitement. Not to mention the idiocy of some reviewers getting death threats. Really worry about the lack of perspective some people have at the mo. It's only a movie....
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Wow, amazed Haverford West has a cinema! That place is tiny!
It's not that small! I was there a couple of years back, they've got one of the biggest independant sports shops I've ever seen (or had), they sold longbows!
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Not to mention the idiocy of some reviewers getting death threats
6th seemed quite displeased with the Guardian...
Trying not to get too caught up in the hype. Made the mistake of building myself up for Prometheus and ended up being underwhelmed to say the least.... Of course, Chris Nolan is way more consistent than Scott, so despite myself I am starting to get a bit excited..
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165 min film and an 8 year old? you're brave!
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