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Odeon cinema. Watch The Mummy enter "MUMMY150" to get £1.50 off your purchase. £4.00

£4.00 @ ODEON
Watch the mummy at any odeon cinema, if you're booking online simply enter MUMMY150 at the promo code section to get £1.50 off your purchase price. Paid £4.00 a ticket at West Bromwich Odeon Cinema Read More
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2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Watch the mummy at any odeon cinema, if you're booking online simply enter MUMMY150 at the promo code section to get £1.50 off your purchase price.

Paid £4.00 a ticket at West Bromwich Odeon Cinema
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2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago
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1 Like #1
Nice, shame West Bromwich now increase their tickets from £5 to £6 during peak times. Slowly changing the rules and increasing prices on the sly.
3 Likes #2
You couldn't pay me to go sit through this what looks like a generic by the numbers 'blockbuster'. Happy to be proven wrong come release/reviews.

Voted hot on the deal.
1 Like #3
Great deal ! Thanks
#4
He creeps me out so much I can't watch him anymore. That Graham Norton show last Saturday was so weird, like everyone was hypnotised into brown nosing him.
#5
£14 PER FECKING TICKET @ Maidstone
#6
unbelievably Telford is not cheap
#7
£11.25 in Milton Keynes. Do one Odeon!
#8
around 14 2D on streatham - no thanks.
#9
Cruise was on Norton saying he persuaded the producers to add the plane crash scene which was originally intended for Mission Impossible! confused

Think I'll give this one a miss

Edited By: fuzzydunlop on Jun 07, 2017 09:00:
#10
pazuzu17
You couldn't pay me to go sit through this what looks like a generic by the numbers 'blockbuster'. Happy to be proven wrong come release/reviews.
Voted hot on the deal.

Unfortunately the movie-going public do not share this view.
They lap up any generic Hollywood output that has enough nostalgia, guns, hot girls and fast cars to make a passable 40 second trailer. Turn up to cinema, join queue for screen 1, turn popcorn up to 11, disengage brain, indulge in the warm glow of CGI explosions and return next week to repeat process.
If Hollywood was to champion something original that thought outside the box, there would be an uproar http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/9020460/Cinema-goers-complain-that-Oscar-favourite-The-Artist-has-no-dialogue.html
#11
DennisG
pazuzu17
You couldn't pay me to go sit through this what looks like a generic by the numbers 'blockbuster'. Happy to be proven wrong come release/reviews.
Voted hot on the deal.
Unfortunately the movie-going public do not share this view.
They lap up any generic Hollywood output that has enough nostalgia, guns, hot girls and fast cars to make a passable 40 second trailer. Turn up to cinema, join queue for screen 1, turn popcorn up to 11, disengage brain, indulge in the warm glow of CGI explosions and return next week to repeat process.
If Hollywood was to champion something original that thought outside the box, there would be an uproar http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/9020460/Cinema-goers-complain-that-Oscar-favourite-The-Artist-has-no-dialogue.html

Don't get me wrong. I like to disengage now and then, I've also enjoyed half a dozen of the latest trend of superhero movies, but, this Mummy I'm seeing looks to have been forged by demographics rather than anything remotely half interesting. Like I say, reviews/audience reaction come release may be kinder, but 2 days to release and no reviews to date smells fishy.
#12
will be cheaper on BR soon, better resolution and brightness and no one snoring around you
#13
So Odeon prices are not the same across all their cinemas ?

Edited By: alphaomega16 on Jun 09, 2017 16:12
#14
alphaomega16
So Odeon prices are not the same across all their cinemas ?


No. Thats with any cinema, whether it's odeon, Vue or even Cineworld. Birmingham seems to be the cheapest
1 Like #15
bsrizwan
alphaomega16
So Odeon prices are not the same across all their cinemas ?
No. Thats with any cinema, whether it's odeon, Vue or even Cineworld. Birmingham seems to be the cheapest

Wow, such bull.

They shouldn't be allowed to do this.
#16
Have people gotten this to work? I get this error:

"Sorry, Compare the Market vouchers can only be redeemed for performances on next Tuesday or Wednesday"
#17
Cold, not working.
#18
Srimahesh
Cold, not working.


1 week too late you silly willy

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