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FREE BLU-RAY SCREENING Of X-Men (NEW CODE)

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Adapted from the most popular Marvel comics series of the 1990s, the X-Men live on an alternate Earth where unusual children are born with twists to their genetic code. This "X-factor" allows the chil… Read More
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Adapted from the most popular Marvel comics series of the 1990s, the X-Men live on an alternate Earth where unusual children are born with twists to their genetic code. This "X-factor" allows the children to perform extraordinary feats, such as flight, telekinetics and the ability to shoot laser beams from their eyes. Unfortunately, humans fear and revile the mutants.

Professor Charles Xavier (Stewart) gathers mutants to help fight for his dream (a world where the mutant minority and human majority can live together in harmony) to be judged not by the extraordinary powers they possess, but by their character. He calls this team - which includes Storm, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Wolverine and Rogue - the X-Men.

On the other hand, an old friend of Charles, named Eric Magnus (McKellen) does not share the professor's dream. Magnus, a.k.a. Magneto, believes that the only way peace can be obtained is by conquering the human species. And with his team of evil mutants - Mystique, Sabertooth and Toad - he intends to follow through with his plan.

With this threat approaching, the only hope Xavier's dream has is to prevent Magneto from achieving his goal.


Cert 12


We have tickets for X-Men, 11am Sunday 19th April 2009 at the following locations.


Cineworld, Glasgow Renfrew Street, Lanarkshire
Cineworld, Boldon Tyne & Wear, Northumberland
Cineworld, Wandsworth, London (City)
Cineworld, Enfield, Hertfordshire
Cineworld, Birmingham Broad Street, West Midlands
Cineworld, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Cineworld, Bradford, Yorkshire

To check availability of tickets simply go to http://www.seefilmfirst.com and enter code: 714028
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#1
Shame I already have tickets to State of Play at the same time...
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#2
Good find! Out of interest, how is this Bluray if it's at the pictures?
#3
I thought bluray was meant to be the quality of what you have in the cinema
#4
senukas
Shame I already have tickets to State of Play at the same time...
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Same here!!!!
Voted Hot!!!
#5
jcrulesfootball
I thought bluray was meant to be the quality of what you have in the cinema


Blu-Ray's less than the resolution of normal cinema projection!

See this page here - http://www.hometheaterblog.com/hometheater/2006/04/mailbag-hd-movies-and-the-resolution-of-film/
#6
The Blu-ray version won't have the reel-change symbol appear in the corner of the screen every 20 mins or so.
Also there won't be any degradation in the quality of the image on Blur-ray, whereas anything on film is usually a copy of a copy of a copy of the original print and can look a bit shabby by the time its played for the X number of times. I've seen many films, either on launch day or at previews and they've had scratches and dirt on them. Blu-ray films are digitized from the best master copy and then cleaned up.
Its true that film is higher resolution, but it doesn't always look that way by the time its projected.
Its also obviously a lot cheaper for a film company to distribute one Blu-ray disc to cinema's than several reels of film, so they are obviously testing to see if people will make the effort to go to such a screening at minimal cost to the film distributer.
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timbo995;4909241
The Blu-ray version won't have the reel-change symbol appear in the corner of the screen every 20 mins or so.
Also there won't be any degradation in the quality of the image on Blur-ray, whereas anything on film is usually a copy of a copy of a copy of the original print and can look a bit shabby by the time its played for the X number of times. I've seen many films, either on launch day or at previews and they've had scratches and dirt on them. Blu-ray films are digitized from the best master copy and then cleaned up.
Its true that film is higher resolution, but it doesn't always look that way by the time its projected.
Its also obviously a lot cheaper for a film company to distribute one Blu-ray disc to cinema's than several reels of film, so they are obviously testing to see if people will make the effort to go to such a screening at minimal cost to the film distributer.

Nope! It's just to promote the blu-ray release of The X-Men Trilogy, Due for release on 20/04/2009:-D
http://www.play.com/DVD/Blu-ray/4-/9006492/The-X-Men-Trilogy/Product.html
A review of which can be found here..... http://www.dvdactive.com/reviews/dvd/x-men-trilogy.html

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