Cineworld IMAX Marvel Triple Bill: Avengers Assemble/Captain America: Winter Soldier/Avengers: Age of Ultron £21.50
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Cineworld IMAX Marvel Triple Bill: Avengers Assemble/Captain America: Winter Soldier/Avengers: Age of Ultron £21.50

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Found 12th Mar 2015
Not quite the 9 movie Vue marathon but what I'm more interested in actually doing. Link should go to Crawley but is available at other locations. 3D (£14.50) , D-Box and IMAX (£21.50). 10% less if you sign up.

The ultimate Marvel superhero experience in awesome IMAX 3D, with the midnight screening of the spectacular Avengers: Age Of Ultron. First up to bat is the 2012 blockbuster Marvels Avengers Assemble where we first see Thor, The Hulk, Iron Man and captain America team up - the ultimate Marvel superhero spectacular! Based on the legendary Marvel comicbook series launched in 1963, 'Avengers Assemble' was the first action movie to feature this mighty alliance of superheroes. Avengers is then followed by 2014's Captain America The Winter Soldier - The first avenger teams up with The Falcon to unravel a sinister conspiracy in this thrilling sequel. Inspired by classic conspiracy thrillers of the seventies, this eagerly anticipated Marvel superhero sequel blended awesome spectacle with provocative moral complexity. Just after 12:00 - hang onto your seats for a midnight screening of Avengers: Age Of Ultron - all at your local Cineworld.

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Huh? when is age of ultron out?

Original Poster

22nd April

Love to go don't think my 4 year old has the attention span or could stay up that late lol !!

Already got my tickets

fakemax there are only 3 real imax in the UK.

Vue are also doing this triple bill

Not as good value, but much more sensible than VUE's silly marathon. To be honest, Avenger's Assemble and The Winter Soldier are probably the two most important movies for setting up the events of Age of Ultron anyway.

unrandomsam

fakemax there are only 3 real imax in the UK.


Which ones?

No Braintree yet again. That cinema sucks balls for any specials! The last good one was Batman Begins/Dark Knight double header.

BFI IMAX London Southbank.
Glasgow Science Centre
National Media Museum, Bradford

Honourable mentions go to Large Screen Theatre, Bristol (no longer an IMAX) and Giant Screen Cinema at Millennium Point, Birmingham (no longer an IMAX, no longer a commercial cinema).

The rest either have screens that are too wide, too small or they don't have film projectors any more (digital only). Most of the time it's a combination of the three.

Can you not use cineworld unlimited for this? 16.40 for 1 months infinite cinema essentially

I thought there was one in the Science Museum, London

satchef1

BFI IMAX London Southbank. Glasgow Science CentreNational Media Museum, … BFI IMAX London Southbank. Glasgow Science CentreNational Media Museum, BradfordHonourable mentions go to Large Screen Theatre, Bristol (no longer an IMAX) and Giant Screen Cinema at Millennium Point, Birmingham (no longer an IMAX, no longer a commercial cinema). The rest either have screens that are too wide, too small or they don't have film projectors any more (digital only). Most of the time it's a combination of the three.



How and why do they call the others IMAX then? We've got one just opened in MK, I'm gutted if you're telling me it's not REAL imax.

odeon.co.uk/cin…18/

I need to watch it again, but how come none of the other Avenger bothered their **** to help out in Winter Soldier, especially when whole of SHEILD brought down?

I thought the same with Iron Man 3, although that was a bit more personal against him.

Rickardo

I need to watch it again, but how come none of the other Avenger bothered … I need to watch it again, but how come none of the other Avenger bothered their **** to help out in Winter Soldier, especially when whole of SHEILD brought down?I thought the same with Iron Man 3, although that was a bit more personal against him.


So true. Sometimes people (myself included) forget it's a connected universe. I saw Captain America in the title, didn't expect any of the others to be in it, but they really should've been.

I guess it was purposeful though - that's why the movie was so good. It was on the scale of a full on Avengers movie but the Captain managed to do it without the other Avengers.
Made me appreciate him as a super hero a lot more. Before the MCU I didn't really pay him much attention but that movie is easily my favourite of the MCU so far (haven't seen GotG yet). Winter soldier put him at least on par with Iron Man as a super hero (in terms of my interest). So it actually sets it up quite well for Civil War.

But yeah, while it makes no sense looking from inside the universe, it makes sense from a movie viewer stand point - gives them more faith in Cap as a hero. Who before, didn't really seem like all that.

evostick47

How and why do they call the others IMAX then? We've got one just opened … How and why do they call the others IMAX then? We've got one just opened in MK, I'm gutted if you're telling me it's not REAL imax. http://www.odeon.co.uk/cinemas/milton_keynes_stadium/218/



Don't feel duped, times change, 35mm to digital. Yes screens aren't as massive as they used to be, but you wouldn't be able to IMAX otherwise. You're still getting top end technology, enjoy the film

Just so you know too, if Milton Keynes is your local, their super screen at Cineworld incorporates dolby atmos, which is a cutting edge sound system

Cineworld IMAX is the equivalent of showcase xplus.
Bit of a con calling it IMAX really.

thedvdmonster

Cineworld IMAX is the equivalent of showcase xplus. Bit of a con calling … Cineworld IMAX is the equivalent of showcase xplus. Bit of a con calling it IMAX really.



As far as I understand it, it's all installed by IMAX themselves. The screens have to meet their specifications and it's all their equipment. I love going to the cinema, and love what technology has brought, my wife and I love watching the live events.

I watched gravity in Crawley IMAX, and was blown away. I for one don't want to be sitting there hooked up think about screen sizes to be honest

I just wish they'd show films in 2d for some showings on the bigger imax screen.

I love the larger screen (ironically the size all cinema screens used to be) in Liverpool odeon, but hate 3d. The motion blur it creates completely negates the top notch visuals modern hd creates.

FoxForce5

I just wish they'd show films in 2d for some showings on the bigger imax … I just wish they'd show films in 2d for some showings on the bigger imax screen. I love the larger screen (ironically the size all cinema screens used to be) in Liverpool odeon, but hate 3d. The motion blur it creates completely negates the top notch visuals modern hd creates.



I'm with you on that, I really avoid 3d at all costs, apart from gravity I must admit.

It's something that doesn't appeal to me, but my kids on the other hand love it. But they old enough now to go watch it on their own, I'll just catch another film and leave them to their 3d

tinypic.com/vie…s=8

That's probably the best way to explain the difference. 'True' IMAX cinema screens are very tall, 1.44:1. That's the traditional aspect ratio of IMAX film. When watching a movie filmed on IMAX (15/70mm) film cameras, you won't beat the experience you get from watching the movie in one of those cinemas.

Moving on from there, you have 1.77:1 screens that are basically a compromise between the IMAX film format and standard wide-screen formats. These screens are still taller than standard cinema screens, but not as tall as IMAX. They're meant to be flexible, allowing a wide array of aspect ratios to be displayed without losing too much of the screen. Of them, only The Printworks in Manchester features an IMAX Film projector.

The rest are standard 1.85:1 or 2.39:1 cinema screens retrofitted with IMAX Digital projectors. These screens are wholly unsuited to IMAX film and IMAX formatted films. They are 'IMAX' only in that they use IMAX Digital projectors and tend to be the largest screen(s) in the cinema.

Many cinema buffs refer to IMAX Digital as 'LieMAX' as it's not really true IMAX. It's a cropped IMAX image and the quality just isn't as good as true IMAX film. IMAX Corporation are just starting to roll out 4K IMAX projectors that could be a true digital alternative to IMAX Film - they're both much better quality than existing IMAX Digital kit, and they're capable of 1.44:1.


Edited by: "satchef1" 13th Mar 2015

windta1ker

Don't feel duped, times change, 35mm to digital. Yes screens aren't as … Don't feel duped, times change, 35mm to digital. Yes screens aren't as massive as they used to be, but you wouldn't be able to IMAX otherwise. You're still getting top end technology, enjoy the film :)Just so you know too, if Milton Keynes is your local, their super screen at Cineworld incorporates dolby atmos, which is a cutting edge sound system



Cheers for the replies. Reading the odeon Web page, their new cinema also has two dolby atmos screens. Looks like I'll be going a lot in the near future to see the difference!

hero9989

So true. Sometimes people (myself included) forget it's a connected … So true. Sometimes people (myself included) forget it's a connected universe. I saw Captain America in the title, didn't expect any of the others to be in it, but they really should've been. I guess it was purposeful though - that's why the movie was so good. It was on the scale of a full on Avengers movie but the Captain managed to do it without the other Avengers.Made me appreciate him as a super hero a lot more. Before the MCU I didn't really pay him much attention but that movie is easily my favourite of the MCU so far (haven't seen GotG yet). Winter soldier put him at least on par with Iron Man as a super hero (in terms of my interest). So it actually sets it up quite well for Civil War. But yeah, while it makes no sense looking from inside the universe, it makes sense from a movie viewer stand point - gives them more faith in Cap as a hero. Who before, didn't really seem like all that.



There's a number of 'inside the MCU' reasons why the other Avengers may not have been there. I believe they're due to be addressed in Age of Ultron. In a nutshell, they were busy/too far away/fighting on other fronts. Besides, Cap was told not to trust anyone. He didn't even trust Black Widow to start with.

windta1ker

I'm with you on that, I really avoid 3d at all costs, apart from gravity … I'm with you on that, I really avoid 3d at all costs, apart from gravity I must admit.It's something that doesn't appeal to me, but my kids on the other hand love it. But they old enough now to go watch it on their own, I'll just catch another film and leave them to their 3d



With y'all on that one. I can't see 3D so have to miss out whether i'd like to or not. Was so grateful that Dark Knight Rises was 2D and on Imax - absolutely blown away. Both times!
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