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Belfast, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
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Greenwich, London, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
Kettering, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
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Liverpool ONE, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
Manchester Trafford Centre, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
MetroCentre, Newcastle, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
Milton Keynes The Point, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
Sheffield, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
Whiteleys, London, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
Wimbledon, London, ODEON Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 6.30 PM
Piccadilly Circus, Apollo Cinema Info Wednesday 5 May 7.00 PM

Hot Tub Time Machine follows a group of best friends who've become bored with their adult lives: Adam (John Cusack) has been dumped by his girlfriend; Lou (Rob Corddry) is a party guy who can't find the party; Nick's (Craig Robinson) wife controls his every move; and video game-obsessed Jacob (Clark Duke) won't leave his basement. After a crazy night of drinking in a ski resort hot tub, the men wake up, heads pounding, in the year 1986. This is their chance to kick some past and change their futures - one will find a new love life, one will learn to stand up for himself with the ladies, one will find his mojo, and one will make sure he still exists!

Cast:

John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Chevy Chase, Clark Duke, Sebastian Stan.

Director: Steve Pink

Running Time: 90 mins
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#1
do us a favour please - spam mine:thumbsup:

seen this last night - :-D

was the 1st time i have seen cinema 95% full !!

h & r (for being so Quick):-D
#2
Thx soonforgotten!
#3
I saw this last night too!

Was a really good film =) And cineworld Birmingham was nearly full as well!
#4
I went to see this last night and there wasnt any seats left so defo hope i get one next week :)
#5
legend!
#6
Thank you very much! I got tickets - sweet...
#7
I went to see this last night and i can say it was very good! so if you get tickets go!
#8
sweet got my ticket
#9
Thank you very much - got 2 tickets H&R added :)
#10
brilliant one of the rare occasions that i got my ticket...thanks.
#11
Dont go. Its rubbish!
#12
im in torquay that week, so have pinched some tickets for exeter :)

many thanks
#13
Thanks for the link - got 2 tickets! Unexpectedly good film - highly recommend. Hot added
#14
Thanks. Got 2 tickets for Wimbledon.
#15
Thank you. Got 2 tickets for Sheffield
#16
Can't believe there were actually tickets for Belfast - brill, thanks:thumbsup:
#17
Got 2 for the Trafford Centre

Thanks
#18
dellboy76
Dont go. Its rubbish!


This one speaks the truth. Avoid.
#19
2 tickets for glasgow. thanks muchly =]
banned#20
Thanks, my bf just got us some :)
#21
Mediocre film. Had some amusing moments, but overall it wasn't great. 5/10
#22
legend, got 2 !
#23
Saw this last night, never seen a SFF screening so packed!

Fun film, def worth seeing if you like tongue-in-cheek self-aware humour that's none too subtle!
#24
dellboy76
Dont go. Its rubbish!


why is it rubbish? i just got one, never been before?
#25
got some thanks :thumbsup:
#26
With the amount of freebies they're sending out don't think anyone will have to pay to see this lol :-D
#27
traceymcc
Can't believe there were actually tickets for Belfast - brill, thanks:thumbsup:


Well done, theres none left now :x
#28
Thanks Mate!!
I had a preview on monday and if you liked 'The Hangover' you will like this one as well........

Cheers
#29
Don't suppose anyone bagged 2 tickets for Brighton that they'd like to swap for a screening tomorrow night?
Can't go tomorrow and now these ones are no longer available :-(
#30
has anyone been to one of these before?

ive heard rumours you have to queue and not certain a place to get in?

thanks
#31
yourcrazyangel
has anyone been to one of these before?

ive heard rumours you have to queue and not certain a place to get in?

thanks


They definitely overbook, but it depends where you go. Cineworld Shaftsbury Avenue makes you queue and there were people turned away on Monday night. Most other cinemas I've been to don't make people queue but there's always gonna be a chance that it's full up before 6.30... in London at least.
#32
anyone want to swap a ticket for this film?

I have Greenwich at 6.30, but would like to trade to Picadilly Circus at 7pm.
PM if you would like too

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