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Page 22. Advert stating- Starting in Saturdays Daily Mirror 2 Free Robin Hood Cinema tickets for every reader. Odeon cinemas worth £17.50.

For England, Wales and Scotland, teamed up with ODEON.

Offer excludes ODEON cinemas in central London sites, including Marble Arch, Leicester Square, West End, Convent Garden, Kensington, and Tottenham Court Road.

For Northern Ireland, weve teamed up ODEON Belfast and Independent cinemas. Cinemas include Global Cinema, Movie Land, Iveagh Move Studio and The Ritz.

For Republic of Ireland, weve teamed up UCI and Storm Cinemas. Locations include Tallaght, Coolock, Newbridge, Blanchardstown, Limerick, Cavan, Portlaoise, Naas and Waterford.

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So Grab the Daily Mirror on Satruday and get two free tickets
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1 Like #1
Sweet thanks :)
1 Like #2
not really a freebie - good deal though - have to buy daily mirror for tokens

http://www.odeon.co.uk/fanatic/great_offers/#offer971

How to claim
Simply collect three different tokens from the Daily and Sunday Mirror. You must collect one token from this weeks Sunday Mirror and two separately dated tokens from the Daily Mirror printed between Saturday 15th – Wednesday 19th May. Then, just send them with a stamped, self address envelope (SSAE) or cheque for £1.50 to the address printed in paper before Friday May 28, 2010. See The Daily and Sunday Mirror for more details.
1 Like #3
Cheers for the heads up
#4
misleading ................
#5
is it the mail or the mirror then?
#6
waynezee
misleading ................


:thumbsup: indeed!! too much effort for my liking...
#7
odeon, vue always have deals....not my useless local showcase
1 Like #8
Good deal but too much trouble for my liking....

Think i'll stick to the crazy tuesday and be happy with the £3.50 admission
1 Like #9
Saw this last night on the Orange Wednesday 2 for1 - was like Gladiator in Nottinghmam Forest - not bad film though and well worth a watch.
#10
I also saw this last night, it was 'OK'. Obviously with Scott directing and Crowe staring everyone will want to compare it to Gladiator. It's not in the same league or really very similar but is a good watch none the less.
#11
12345
#12
Ends up nearly same price as a 2for1 offer, at £4+ and a lot of effort.
#13
Wow. So many people moaning about this being a lot of effort. Buy the Mirror 3 times, send off, reap rewards. Phwoar, don't break a sweat there people!
#14
Does the world really need ANOTHER Robin Hood film ? Really ? :roll:

Heat n Rep added though for posting.
#15
film was ok but not brilliant was a bit boring i think and i usually love ridley scott films.
#16
hot hot hot!!!!
#17
PKtheDJ
Good deal but too much trouble for my liking....

Think i'll stick to the crazy tuesday and be happy with the £3.50 admission


Indeed, gotta love crazy tuesdays apart from the killer crowds!
#18
voted cold, bad spelling in title






(not really)


much love
#19
In Belfast frankly speaking I will stick to crazy Tuesday than trying to go through all the hassles. What they should have done is to allow the people to walk with the tokens straight to cinema for tickets
#20
cold.....read the small print...
#21
how much is the sunday mirror and the daily mirrors?
#22
2 4 1 Orange Weds sounds easier
#23
voted hot coz a good deal, but not sure if there are any odeons in rotherham right now :(

and not another robin hood film... pmsl
#24
too much hassle........
#25
holly100
not really a freebie - good deal though - have to buy daily mirror for tokens
.


You have to buy two Daily Mirrors and a Sunday Mirror, also probably a stamp to send tokens off. So definitely not free.
#26
fasda
You have to buy two Daily Mirrors and a Sunday Mirror, also probably a stamp to send tokens off. So definitely not free.


ye i think u need 2 stamps ! u need to send a self adressed envelope along with the tokens.
#27
crap film, warm offer
#28
Mate
cold.....read the small print...


After which it's still a good deal! :viking:

Why isn't there a head banging against wall smiley?
#29
waynezee
misleading ................


+1
#30
After voting hot based on the title, i wish i could change my vote! Seems like a total hassle for the sake of two cinema tickets, would rather just go on a wednesday and use orange wednesdays.
#31
A HUGE disappointment.
#32
Gromit
A HUGE disappointment.


that bad? lets IMDB it...

were i work we get those papers free so i just really have to pay for stamps or steal them from my dad lol


the only review:

Solid, but not great, 12 May 2010

Solid is the keyword. From the screenplay, to the cinematography and the performance, the film is based on solid grounding. Indeed, we couldn't imagine less from the people assembled on the project. And the first signs are indeed good, starting as an origin story that traces Robin's steps returning from the Crusades and arriving in Nottingham. The plot is immediately both compelling and fresh with regards to the well known tale.

The first problem we run into is that the film never allows itself to linger. This creates two problems: the sense of purpose it reaches for through urgency has a tendency to be lost to aimlessness, and the characters never have the space to generate real depth of emotion.

Imagine only this: Russel Crowe, Cate Blanchett and William Hurt together have collected three Oscars, and an additional nine nominations. Yet it it's hard to lavish praise on their performances, because they never manage to inspire empathy as well as we might wish. The sense of urgency - of imminent physical danger to their person, of the crucial importance of their quest - never quite strikes home.

The screenplay doesn't always help them. It attempts to give the tale a strong moral foundation, by associating it with burgeoning democratic ideals in feudal Britain, unconvincingly: suspension of disbelief failed this reviewer.

For both these reasons, the epic sense of greatness that saturates Mr. Scott's similar works never works in this one. Indeed, in the anticipated climax of the battle, slow motion shots fall flat, and emotion never reaches an expected high, in spite of the film's competence in the action scenes.

This is a work that strangely echoes others, as well. People will be drawn to comparisons with Gladiator; these aren't particularly relevant beyond Russell Crow's similar (yet less engaging) performance. Rather, Robin's journey from the crusades and through England, in which he prospers on fateful luck and earned respect, copies Ridley Scott's own Kingdom of Heaven. In their themes and ambition these three films are alike, but Robin Hood doesn't thrive from the comparison. Where flaws are shared, what made the other two great is oddly lacking in this latest historical epic from the director.

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