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Now’s the time to register for your chance to grab two free tickets to this month’s movie preview screening of Rise of the Guardians.

Every Movies First guest receives a free portion of popcorn to enjoy with the film.

How to apply for tickets:

Movies First screenings of Rise of the Guardians is at all these cinemas on 25th November. If you're a Virgin Media customer, you can get free tickets from 22nd November on a first come, first served basis. Good luck!

Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow Braehead, Holloway, Kingston, Liverpool One, Manchester Printworks, Newcastle Silverlinks, Southampton, Wimbledon
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mhadley2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
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What is it with people nowadays, it is a FREE film, you are not entitled to it nor do you deserve it, it is just a freebie so be grateful and enjoy it if you are lucky enough to get tickets.

Oh and take into account that a lot of "kids" films are more entertaining than adult films on many occasion.

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mhadley#1
I wish I was on Sky as you have to wait a month for a free film and then they show a kids film and there's not many locations either. What do others think?
I mean the popcorn is the only great thing.
fandangoxx#2
Yes, virgin media might as well not bother.
CSinc#3
mhadley
I wish I was on Sky as you have to wait a month for a free film and then they show a kids film and there's not many locations either. What do others think?
I mean the popcorn is the only great thing.

Yes, luckily I get to go to both sky and virgin screenings; would not be too impressed if I just had one free film preview a month and it turned out to be one for the kiddies (although probably good for those with children). The quality of the Sky previews also tend to trump Virgins offerings (the latest, End of Watch, was very very good). That said, Tivo beats Sky+, so everyone's a winner (or loser) (_;)

Edited By: CSinc on Nov 19, 2012 11:14
preapproved 7 Likes #4
What is it with people nowadays, it is a FREE film, you are not entitled to it nor do you deserve it, it is just a freebie so be grateful and enjoy it if you are lucky enough to get tickets.

Oh and take into account that a lot of "kids" films are more entertaining than adult films on many occasion.
fandangoxx 4 Likes #5
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What is it with people nowadays, it is a FREE film, you are not entitled to it nor do you deserve it, it is just a freebie so be grateful and enjoy it if you are lucky enough to get tickets.

Oh and take into account that a lot of "kids" films are more entertaining than adult films on many occasion.

It's not free, our virgin subscriptions pay for it indirectly.
preapproved#6
Oh God, here we go, one of those "I pay my taxes so the world owes me" types
fandangoxx 3 Likes #7
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Oh God, here we go, one of those "I pay my taxes so the world owes me" types

Not at all, we are just discussing the merits of Sky over Virgin regarding their screenings, why don't you go and spoil another thread.
preapproved 1 Like #8
Actually if you re-read the opening comment you will see it is a complaint about length of time waiting, the fact that it is a kids film and that there are not many locations.

What I said is it is a freebie and should be accepted as such with a bit of gratitude rather than complaint, we are not entitled to free films (even if you do subscribe) nor do we automatically deserve to get free films but when we do just say thanks and enjoy the movie.
fandangoxx#9
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Actually if you re-read the opening comment you will see it is a complaint about length of time waiting, the fact that it is a kids film and that there are not many locations.

What I said is it is a freebie and should be accepted as such with a bit of gratitude rather than complaint, we are not entitled to free films (even if you do subscribe) nor do we automatically deserve to get free films but when we do just say thanks and enjoy the movie.

That was not my comment.
preapproved#10
Accepted, but my original comment was not aimed at you, however you did have to slip the "our virgin subscriptions" bit in, which somewhat implies that it is not really a free film but is deserved by subscribers.
fandangoxx#11
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Accepted, but my original comment was not aimed at you, however you did have to slip the "our virgin subscriptions" bit in, which somewhat implies that it is not really a free film but is deserved by subscribers.

No it doesn't. I never said we deserve a free film. Get your facts straight and stop trying to dig yourself out of the massive hole you've made for yourself.
Excalibur#12
Shame about the limited choice of locations but thanks for posting, OP!
miikeyblue#13
Cheers OP, will hopefully get on in time to book these.
preapproved#14
What I say is the truth and you know it hence the feeble attempt at put down, I have not dug a hole for myself but if I did I am sure I would find the likes of you already down there.
jaystan#15
They usually give 4 tickets at Virgin too so the one screening sells out even faster. Should limit it to 2 per family.
luvfreebies5#16
Thanks for the heads Up
lufc47#17
Tickets & screening locations
How to apply for tickets

We'll have Movies First screenings of Rise of the Guardians at all these cinemas on 25th November. If you're a Virgin Media customer, you can get free tickets from 22nd November on a first come, first served basis. Good luck!
Birmingham
Cardiff
Glasgow Braehead
Holloway
Kingston
Liverpool One
Manchester Printworks
Newcastle Silverlinks
Southampton

Wimbledon
cdm22#18
Yet another Virgin Media screening where the nearest cinema is 60 miles away! One day i'll see one! :D
Certinfy#19
Kingston is great for me! :D

Can never find any available tickets with Sky so this will do.
leggsus1#20
Just in case you don't know, Virgin Media tickets are normally released approx 11pm the night before the date stated that tickets will be available.. but I agree that the lations of their screenings are very far and farew between.. and the screenings are usually ones that have already been screened by Sky Rewards or Showfilmfirst..

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