Doubt (Advance Notice) Tues 3rd Feb 2009 Free screening - HotUKDeals
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Password: 8202 courtesy of susancs
Cinemas: 25th Jan

Set at a Catholic school in the Bronx, it centers on a nun who grows suspicious when a priest begins taking too much interest in the life of a young black student. Is she being overly protective or not protective enough? And can she work within the system to discover the truth? Written by Sherman (courtesy of Broadway.com)

It's 1964, St. Nicholas in the Bronx. A charismatic priest, Father Flynn, is trying to upend the schools' strict customs, which have long been fiercely guarded by Sister Aloysius Beauvier, the iron-gloved Principal who believes in the power of fear and discipline. The winds of political change are sweeping through the community, and indeed, the school has just accepted its first black student, Donald Miller. But when Sister James, a hopeful innocent, shares with Sister Aloysius her guilt-inducing suspicion that Father Flynn is paying too much personal attention to Donald, Sister Aloysius sets off on a personal crusade to unearth the truth and to expunge Flynn from the school. Now, without a shard of proof besides her moral certainty, Sister Aloysius locks into a battle of wills with Father Flynn which threatens to tear apart the community with irrevocable consequence.
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#1
#2
not really a deal just a trailer for a new movie!
#3
ukbivvyboys;4140549
not really a deal just a trailer for a new movie!


Lol, perhaps you should check the Go To Deal link :whistling:

It's a free screening as per heading, mentioned in The Times. The trailer link is to inform people what the films about :-D
#4
cheers for the heads up though doesnt seem like my type of film
#5
apologies. I didn't click on the link. whoops!
#6
thanks,heat repped
#7
thanks for the heads up :thumbsup:
#8
Help! can someone get me tickets for Greenwich or West India Quay or Islington Vue.
i am out of UK when the codes come out and flying back on Monday ;(
please please pretty please with sugar topping ...
1 Like #9
kippy;4146246
Help! can someone get me tickets for Greenwich or West India Quay or Islington Vue.
i am out of UK when the codes come out and flying back on Monday ;(
please please pretty please with sugar topping ...


will do babe, hopefully they'll have Bristol tix too :thumbsup:
#10
thanks hon - you're a genuine hero/ine!
#11
Thank you for the warning.
#12
Welcome back Choc - see you (online) Sunday morning!
#13
Thanks for the heads up
#14
Hi, I have found a code on culture plus site, 8202, but the live date is this Sunday i.e. 25/1/09 not next., but when you go to screenbookings it says live on 1/2/09? Seems to be vue cinemas. I have copied and pasted the information below:-

"Claim two free tickets to see Doubt


It’s 1964, at St. Nicholas School in the Bronx. A charismatic priest, Father Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), is trying to change the school’s strict customs, enforced by the Principal, Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep).


Nominated for three BAFTA Awards, Doubt is an explosive and compelling story about the quest for truth, the force of change and the consequences of blind justice. In cinemas from February 6, 2009, you can see it first and free on February 3, 2009, thanks to Culture+.

To claim two free tickets to the preview screening simply click on 'More Information', below right, from Sunday, January 25, 2009 and choose a participating Vue cinema from the list shown. You will then need to enter the booking code '8202' when prompted. You will be given a confirmation number which you will need to write in the space provided on a page found in this weekend's Culture magazine. Then present the completed page at the cinema at 6pm on Tuesday, February 3, 2009."
#15
susancs;4150849
Hi, I have found a code on culture plus site, 8202, but the live date is this Sunday i.e. 25/1/09 not next., but when you go to screenbookings it says live on 1/2/09? Seems to be vue cinemas. I have copied and pasted the information below:-

"Claim two free tickets to see Doubt


It’s 1964, at St. Nicholas School in the Bronx. A charismatic priest, Father Flynn (Philip Seymour Hoffman), is trying to change the school’s strict customs, enforced by the Principal, Sister Aloysius Beauvier (Meryl Streep).


Nominated for three BAFTA Awards, Doubt is an explosive and compelling story about the quest for truth, the force of change and the consequences of blind justice. In cinemas from February 6, 2009, you can see it first and free on February 3, 2009, thanks to Culture+.

To claim two free tickets to the preview screening simply click on 'More Information', below right, from Sunday, January 25, 2009 and choose a participating Vue cinema from the list shown. You will then need to enter the booking code '8202' when prompted. You will be given a confirmation number which you will need to write in the space provided on a page found in this weekend's Culture magazine. Then present the completed page at the cinema at 6pm on Tuesday, February 3, 2009."


Weird that :?

I know the Bolt preview is the 24th......they gave wrong dates and codes before Christmas and published the correct ones the morning of go live......will keep an eye out.

Thanks hun :thumbsup:
#16
Hello

Thanks for the heads up.

Where are the codes published? Are they just for Culture+ members?

Are you saying that the Bolt codes will be released on the 24th, the same day as the tickets become available?
#17
The story didn't initially make me want to go and see this film, but it seems to have got some Oscar nominations for the leading actors. Finding that there could be free tickets also makes it more interesting, but reading the bit about having to buy a copy of the Sunday Times to fill in a little form put me off again.


"You will be given a confirmation number which you will need to write in the space provided on a page found in this weekend's Culture magazine. Then present the completed page at the cinema at 6pm on Tuesday, February 3, 2009."
banned#18
watched this yesterday. amazingly dull film.
#19
Yes. You know its Oscar bait season when you have films that involve Nuns, child abuse, and racism.
#20
List of cinemas on the times online is:-
Participating Vue cinemas

London Finchley Road, Fulham, Harrow, Shepherds Bush

Outside London Basingstoke, Bristol Cribbs Causeway, Cambridge, Edinburgh Omni, Leeds Light, Norwich, Oxford, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Reading, Romford, Southport, Staines, Watford, Worcester, York.
#21
Site isn't loading due to an onslaught of freebie hunters I reckon, will keep persevering :thumbsup:
#22
Damn. I've been trying to access the site since 11:30 and no luck :x
#23
Site up
#24
hot vote from me. hope you got your tickets
#25
timbo995
The story didn't initially make me want to go and see this film, but it seems to have got some Oscar nominations for the leading actors. Finding that there could be free tickets also makes it more interesting, but reading the bit about having to buy a copy of the Sunday Times to fill in a little form put me off again.


"You will be given a confirmation number which you will need to write in the space provided on a page found in this weekend's Culture magazine. Then present the completed page at the cinema at 6pm on Tuesday, February 3, 2009."


I think that only happens when you tick that you're a member of culture...

edit: nope that was wrong..
#26
Anyone had back a confirmation email after bookign tickets?? Both my wife and I got tickets but not had a email to print off. We have written down the booking numbers but havent got anything to print off yet to take along to the cinema.:x
#27
stuart21;4181327
Anyone had back a confirmation email after bookign tickets?? Both my wife and I got tickets but not had a email to print off. We have written down the booking numbers but havent got anything to print off yet to take along to the cinema.:x


Nope.....after all the issues this morning it could be a glitch in the system :?
#28
you can go to retive and find your tickets you booked and get then to send them again but i think the sistem is down at the min
#29
maria harrington
you can go to retive and find your tickets you booked and get then to send them again but i think the sistem is down at the min


I'm in the same boat. Never received an email, have tried to retrieve tickets to get an email but hasn't worked yet. Have sent an email to Culture+ to try to find out what's happening.

Bolt tickets came with an email the previous night though.


Does Doubt remind anybody of the Satan's Alley fake trailer at the beginning of Tropic Thunder.:-D
#30
System appears to be working properly again. I've used "retrieve" a few minutes ago, and got an email with the ticket booking details. :)
#31
Me too. 8-)

Now just have to decide If I can be arsed watching this film.:thinking:
#32
EricHitchmo
Me too. 8-)

Now just have to decide If I can be arsed watching this film.:thinking:


Free and it's a tough decision, wow you must have more of a life than me ;)
#33
There are 2 left for Bristol and 75 for Worcester if anyone needs to know - all others sold out!
#34
I have spares for Harrow and Fulham if anyone needs tickets.

PM me e-mail addy and I'll forward :thumbsup:

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