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My Cineworld Plus membership, 10% off ticket prices for a year, special offer of a £6 food voucher and ability to cancel tickets
If you go to the cineworld this is a seems a good deal, new club that gives you 10% off tickets for a year and cancel tickets online plus as a special offer a £6 food and drink voucher. Seems a handy… Read more
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The food offer sounds good until you look at the hidden terms - you cannot use the voucher in one go. You can only use it as a £2 voucher when you buy what they call a "2for". I don't know know the cost if a "2for" but it will just add to their profits."Offer includes £2/€2 off full price of ‘2 for’ combo (a regular sized soft dispensed drink with either regular sized popcorn / hot dog or nachos) (‘2 for’ offer) when the relevant ‘2 for’ offer is purchased in any participating Cineworld cinema.

Carlos_The_Dead

You get 10% off anyway for booking online.




Not any more, unless you pay the yearly fee.

Really sh*ty move by Cineworld. My Unlimited is up in two weeks time, I will probably get Odeon Limitless instead.
While nothing changed in terms of service they want £4.95 extra for the privilege. I don't give a flying f**k about ticket cancellation - if I can't go after booking with Unlimited card then there is no loss for me anyway.
Just checked my work rewards site - £144 for Odeon Limitless or £142 for Unlimited

mtuk1

Whaaa? Nothing is changing with your unlimited membership. This just … Whaaa? Nothing is changing with your unlimited membership. This just affects people that buy individual tickets.



Are you sure? It lists one of the perks as being able to book online using your unlimited card.

I can confirm I tried to book online today with unlimited card and was getting an error message over and over. There was no issue at the cinema though and this new 'offer' was not mentioned......

You get 10% off anyway for booking online.

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Cineworld stack for today - £5 Amazon voucher + Combine 2 for 1 Cinema Tickets (Meerkat Movies) and see the latest film e.g. Logan, Power Rangers @ Cineworld instore
Deal as follows: 1) As is Wednesday can get the ongoing offer of 2 for 1 on cinema tickets for Cineworld with comparethemarket. If you dont have a 2 for 1 code a few options available a) Official r… Read more
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i thought you had to book online - great to know you can do it in person too

Thanks, this clears it up.

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ScrambledEgg

I'm actually a little confused, do you have to give them the code when … I'm actually a little confused, do you have to give them the code when you buy the tickets in the Cinema? As you've stated you can't use the code online??? oO



If you are just using the 2 for 1 offer (As Amazon offer expired now), you can book online or in the cinema

If you book in the cinema, from the meerkat site

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Chanchi32

2) Buy your 2 for 1 tickets in Cineworld (not online) and keep your … 2) Buy your 2 for 1 tickets in Cineworld (not online) and keep your receipt.



I'm actually a little confused, do you have to give them the code when you buy the tickets in the Cinema? As you've stated you can't use the code online??? oO

Sorry if I'm an exception rather than the norm, but i used both a meerkat and a cineworld unlimited card and so didn't pay for either ticket and got the £5 voucher emailed to me today. For that it had to be worth taking my son to see the dreadful power rangers film
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IMAX £3 cineworld film fest 4 to choose from ( SAT APRIL 8TH )
£3 a film check your local imax usually at least £13 a ticket per film
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Great to see Star Wars in 3D IMAX - lovely the cinematography of that film

Great price if theres a cinema near you! Nowhere near me at all!

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how do you pay? cant beat £3 though even if it's only them four films

sul

usually £13 a ticket?! and they wonder why they cant stop piracy!



For an IMAX 13 is a whole lot cheaper than what I pay

Booked to take my daughter to the jungle book. Thanks for posting!
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Disney's Moana added to Movies for Juniors @ Cineworld only £2.50
In addition to Ballerina, Storks and Trolls, Disney's Moana has now been added to the Movies for Juniors line-up - I can see availability starting this weekend for my 2 local Cineworld cinemas. Only … Read more
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FoxForce5

​Hahaha. That's now stuck in my head. My little girl watches it at least t … ​Hahaha. That's now stuck in my head. My little girl watches it at least twice a day so it often is, but I'd managed to avoid it today!



​it's worse then frozen.. now a new song to stick there haha X)

Had a lovely walk the other weekend up Moel Famau with the family, singing all the songs as we strolled broke out into Frozen's let it go, and Hubby suddenly quickened his pace! haha .... ahhhhh kids grow up too quick these days, I treasure silly singalongs, and watching great films

Not only is "The Rock" quite pleasing on the eyeballs, he's a rather good singer too!
Great film, watched with my little munchkins about 75 times now!

Great great film. And that's coming from a 21 year old male. How it didn't win best song I don't know.

favvers

'You're welcome'



​Hahaha. That's now stuck in my head. My little girl watches it at least twice a day so it often is, but I'd managed to avoid it today!
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Cineworld Unlimited Card £142.02 Via Kids Pass £1 (100 Day Trial)
I have noticed the previous deal for the Unlimited Card through Kids pass is marked as expired. This deal is still available, just sign up to kids pass through Money Saving Expert £1 for 100 days, u… Read more
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Just done it, so it still works, but is now £156.39.

Still working, thanks so much for sharing this, I've been wanting to get the unlimited pass for a while!

It did work. Thanks for info.

Seems to be a 31 day trial now, and the price has gone up to £156.
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Ballerina, Storks, Trolls and The Jungle Book Movies For Juniors £2.50 @ Cineworld
Ballerina, Storks, Trolls and The Jungle Book are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2.70 each and if you register (free) the price will drop down to £2.50. Info and … Read more
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NASHJ

It's still £1.80 if you just turn up on the day. The booking fee is … It's still £1.80 if you just turn up on the day. The booking fee is online only.



Exactly, 70p to book online and the cost to do it is much less than paying someone to take your money.

eslick

Stopped posting these deals myself as I was shocked at the last price … Stopped posting these deals myself as I was shocked at the last price increase of 70p complained to Cineworlds CEO that a near 40% and stopped kids their future customers going, their response was that it was the booking fee! Yes it's cheaper than when films first come out but 40% increase.....


It's still £1.80 if you just turn up on the day. The booking fee is online only.

sofiasar

​is that how you make a living?? stealing and pick pocketing? tut tut!! s … ​is that how you make a living?? stealing and pick pocketing? tut tut!! sad guy honestly


Duh, no. Only morons steal content.

Banned

tafkas

Or just walk into a shop and steal the DVDs, saves you the cost of the … Or just walk into a shop and steal the DVDs, saves you the cost of the stick.



​is that how you make a living?? stealing and pick pocketing? tut tut!! sad guy honestly

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The Secret Life Of Pets --- Robinson Crusoe --- Kubo And The Two Strings £2.50 Movies For Juniors @ Cineworld
The Secret Life Of Pets , Robinson Crusoe and Kubo And The Two Strings are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2.70 each and if you register (free) the price will dro… Read more
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s3mon78

That's good to know . Thanks There's a domino's next to the cinema I'm … That's good to know . Thanks There's a domino's next to the cinema I'm sure that would be pussing my luck :-)


What a great idea! X)

eslick

You can take in what you want now but it used to be like that.



That's good to know . Thanks
There's a domino's next to the cinema I'm sure that would be pussing my luck :-)

s3mon78

At least they didn't blame Brexit ;-) I've not taken my kids to the … At least they didn't blame Brexit ;-) I've not taken my kids to the cinema for years last time went I was not allowed to take in a bottle of water ?




You can take in what you want now but it used to be like that.

eslick

Don't vote this hot. They recently added 70p to the price and used the … Don't vote this hot. They recently added 70p to the price and used the excuse that they charge the booking fee. It's only a few years ago that it was the pound club.



At least they didn't blame Brexit ;-)
I've not taken my kids to the cinema for years last time went I was not allowed to take in a bottle of water ?

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eslick

great response, its because people don't make a stand that companies take … great response, its because people don't make a stand that companies take advantage of you. Yes take them but don't vote the deal hot as companies check sites like this, Cineworld head office even told me they did. You cant compare the high new release prices to M4J, which have been out for months and sometimes as long ago as a year prices they should by that nature be much cheaper. Just look at Vue something like £1.50 a film and Odeon which generally is the same price as Cineworld, has the same films for a £1 in many of their cinema. I have posted many of these deals over the years but out of principle I won't add any more, 70p increase is ridiculous and blaming it on a booking fee which in their scheme of things is pennies is just as ridiculous. This was never a time machine comment, it was a principle one. If you are happy to pay the extra vote this hot but don't use the time machine as a way of backing up your comment when it was just showing how prices have changed in a matter of years. have a look at the prices of normal films they haven't gone up 150% in that time.


I would love to take them to Vue but the closest one is over 30 miles. We still can go to Odeon instead of Cineworld but having a higher van than Odeon's underground garage means I have to pay for the parking or go to Cineworld where I can park the van easily. It's simply horses for courses and I believe we already had this conversation about one year ago when the price in Cineworld went up.
I know I'm paying a bit more to Cineworld than Odeon and I don't like it but until we move elsewhere I'll have to take the kids to Cineworld because it's the best option for my wallet.
Apologies eslick for the time machine comment but we all have to get used to the price increases everywhere. I'm also pretty sure Cineworld is still loosing money on the Juniors movies as the attendance (compare to new releases for the full price) is almost zero. Last time we went there was about 20 kids including us.
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33% discount at Cineworld with AmEx card (works on top of Unlimited card discount on food and drink) @ Cineworld
To take advantage of this offer simply load the Cineworld offer to your card and buy a gift card with £15 on it. AmEx will activate the offer and you are rebated £5. It states you can do this twice … Read more
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midian09

loaded a gift card at cinema and got the acknowledgment from amex before … loaded a gift card at cinema and got the acknowledgment from amex before i was even seated. bought the second gift card on my way out of cinema and got second acknowedgement before i was back in the car. really appreaciated the gift card idea. i usu just ignore the amex offers but thnaks to your advice i will be paying more attention. cheers, op.



No worries, glad you managed to make the most of the deal!
I'll definitely be reading those amex posts forensically from now on!

loaded a gift card at cinema and got the acknowledgment from amex before i was even seated. bought the second gift card on my way out of cinema and got second acknowedgement before i was back in the car.

really appreaciated the gift card idea. i usu just ignore the amex offers but thnaks to your advice i will be paying more attention.

cheers, op.

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niall71

No £15 gift cards so need to spend minimum of £20.00 to get the £5.00 ca … No £15 gift cards so need to spend minimum of £20.00 to get the £5.00 cashback


Go instore they load on however much you ask for.

No £15 gift cards so need to spend minimum of £20.00 to get the £5.00 cashback

So you can buy a cineworld gift card anywhere or you must purchase from cineworld?
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Cineworld Gift Box £25
Christmas gift includes x2 2D or 3D tickets, x2 regular drinks and x1 regular popcorn and x2 Merryteaser chocolates. All of which can be redeemed from the 26th December and valid for 6 months.
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lukeo44

It was £20 last year, no real reason for £ increase year on year. I h … It was £20 last year, no real reason for £ increase year on year. I haven't voted either way



Come on its cineworld no reason for the price increase, their kids movies were a couple of years ago £1 went up a couple of times to £1.80 and then a small jump to £2.50 complained and they put it down to booking fee.

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eslick

It's a small village in the north east, same deal can be bought in any of … It's a small village in the north east, same deal can be bought in any of there Cinemas.



It's a saving of around £7.50 pending where you live as some cinemas ticket price is more than others

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Pop into any Cineworls and buy over the counter to save the delivery

lukeo44

It was £20 last year, no real reason for £ increase year on year. I h … It was £20 last year, no real reason for £ increase year on year. I haven't voted either way


Fair enough, I agree

lolly2012

Why is this cold, I think it is an ideal gift and good value?


It was £20 last year, no real reason for £ increase year on year. I haven't voted either way
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Rogue one tickets go on sale today 21st nov @cineworld
well been waiting for to book tickets for this flim for last month or so. anyway being how huge this film will book out fast thought id stick a heads up on here also can book at odeon today also basi… Read more
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AW0079

​Because it's not free.



That's a good reason not to put it in freebies but I asked "why should it be in deals"?

aau1

Why should it be in deals?



​Because it's not free.

dynbrn

Should be in deals or misc section



Why should it be in deals?

Should be in deals or misc section
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Cineworld Christmas Giftbox - £25 at the cinema or £29.50 delivered
*** UPDATE 17/11/16 *** - Amex card holders - combine this with £5 back on a £15 spend - http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amex-cineworld-harrods-saints-more-cash-back-offers-2548267 Back for another y… Read more
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Bought a few of these the past 3 years when they were £20 each. Even that was pushing it.

Not bothered this year at £25 (+£4.50 delivery per box) - there's just no value to it. May as well put £30 in a card with the message "Go the cinema" - at least then the person isn't restricted to just this cinema, or having to use it within six months.

Was luke warm, now ice cold.

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Amex card holders - combine this with £5 back on a £15 spend - hotukdeals.com/dea…267

Maybe a good deal if you buy the popcorn and drinks - but I never do, not at those prices!

No much of a deal this! Slight saving I guess of a couple of quid. Basically the cinema is shocking in its prices across the board, food the lot.

I'm surprised that they haven't employed a mugger in the toilets to get the remaining content of your wallet.

for a Saturday night this is a pretty good deal - my local the tickets are around £22 two regular drinks just under £4 each and popcorn and merryteaser around another £5

but get your pick n mix in Tesco!
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Get 2 months of free Cineworld membership (Unlimited card holders only) £17.40 (Retention deal)
I called up 03330033444 and told them that Id like to cancel as it was becoming too expensive so they offered me 2 months free for me and my wife.
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Waste of money meerkat works out cheaper for 2 people going 3 times a month. Good if your thinking of cancelling though might aswell get two months free before you cancel.

You can still get Unlimited card for £140-144 from employer discount schemes, like Santander etc

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candyman86

does accepting the 2 months free enter you into a new contract?


nope

I've got one of these... had it for 2 months and seen 23 movies so far... sad I know ....

does accepting the 2 months free enter you into a new contract?
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Cineworld Movies for Junior all box office takings will go to Children in Need £1.58
The films are still on but beware, Cineworld have hiked the prices up ours has gone from £1.58 to £2.50. Absolutely shocking increase and I have emailed their customer service to complain. It's not s… Read more
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Only £2 from the cineworld at the foyer or £2.50 on line

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pramms

its £2.50 in Feltham




They have put the prices up, shocking increase.

its £2.50 in Feltham

its £2 each for me on london 2 child 2 adults = £10

I took my kids last Saturday for the Finding Dory movie, £1.80 each x 5 = £9 + £18 popcorn etc etc!

May go again this weekend.
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Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods / The Jungle Book / Ice Age: Collision Course this weekend Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld Editor
Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods, The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to £1… Read more
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Yes. They were completely unimpressed and underwhelmed with it, and don't want to bother watching it again. That's why I posted my comment after we all sat and paid £10+ per ticket to see it. Ages 4, 6 and 8, if that makes any difference to you for me to voice my opinion.

thingonaspring

Even kids club prices are way too much for the utter drivel that was Ice … Even kids club prices are way too much for the utter drivel that was Ice Age Collision Course.


You know that movie is meant for kids. Did you ask their opinion before brainwashing them and telling it was ****?

P.S. I haven't seen it yet. Maybe I'll hate it too but my daughter will love it.

Even kids club prices are way too much for the utter drivel that was Ice Age Collision Course.

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The Jungle Book / Ice Age: Collision Course / Kung Fu Panda 3 this weekend Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld Editor
The Jungle Book, Ice Age: Collision Course, and Kung Fu Panda 3 are on the Movies for Juniors this weekend at Cineworld t. The price is £2 each, but if you register the price drops to £1.80.
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naveenvp

is the ticket for kids free??? what is the age criteria for buying child … is the ticket for kids free??? what is the age criteria for buying child ticket????


Same here I have a 3 1/2 year old ..

is the ticket for kids free??? what is the age criteria for buying child ticket????

jasee

You have to do a search for the movie which should give you (for … You have to do a search for the movie which should give you (for instance)https://www.cineworld.co.uk/films/the-jungle-book-movies-for-juniors



right! many thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

Jungle Book was wonderful, a huge hit with me and my family. Well worth £1.80!
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Kung Fu Panda 3, The Peanuts Movie & Alice Through The Looking Glass this weekend Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld
Alice Through The Looking Glass, Kung Fu Panda 3 and Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld this weekend. The price is £2 each and if you register (free) … Read more
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IMDB links:

Alice Through The Looking Glass - IMDB
Kung Fu Panda 3 - IMDB
Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts Movie - IMDB
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Cineworld Stoke-on-Trent all 2d films all times and dates permanently £5 per person or £2.50 with Meerkat
Any age, adult, child, student. All films and times. Book online or in person. Assume still work with Meerkat codes. Brand new cinema. 3d are £6.60 or £7.20 depending on day or time.
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Alexisonfire

Other cinemas should do the same. I went to Showcase last week to see … Other cinemas should do the same. I went to Showcase last week to see Finding Dory, in 2D. £18.80 for 2 tickets is ridiculous.



I've a feeling Stoke are doing this as they miss out on a LOT of the bigger films

£17.40 for 1 person at the cinema are you having a laugh. Even if I was rich, I wouldn't pay that much.

If it makes you feel better Suicide Squad in the IMAX at Cineworld Sheffield was £17.40 for one ticket.

my son went to see suicide squad at showcase on x plus 3d and paid over £13 for the privilege. he's an eff'in student for crying out loud!!!

Or if you just want to go on a Sunday, look out in supermarkets for the maltesers/minstrels £1.50 packets with the white "sweet sundays" label on the top of the pack, three of them larger packs (£4.50) with the codes submitted on the sweetsundays.co.uk website gets you a free cineworld ticket (available till 13th October, and free tickets to be used until November 6th)
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Robinson Crusoe, Ratchet And Clank, The Jungle Book, Zootropolis and Goosebumps - Movies for Juniors £1.80 @ Cineworld
Robinson Crusoe (The Wild Life), Ratchet And Clank, The Jungle Book, Zootropolis and Goosebumps are the Movies for Juniors at Cineworld. The first two till next Thursday and the rest today and tomorro… Read more
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SabreRat

Ratchet and clank booked. thanks



If you've played the reboot you've basically "seen" the movie

Ratchet and clank booked. thanks

aurora

I can definitely recommend Zootropolis and Goosebumps, both very good … I can definitely recommend Zootropolis and Goosebumps, both very good films. Goosebumps might be a bit scary for younger children but there nothing gory and it's a happy ending. Zootropolis is great - lovely animation and a good script that will keep adults happy too. Seen them both twice and could easily watch them again. Haven't seen Jungle Book but it got good reviews.



Goosebumps is terrible - even my kid did not like it

Jungle Book is brilliant

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aurora

I can definitely recommend Zootropolis and Goosebumps, both very good … I can definitely recommend Zootropolis and Goosebumps, both very good films. Goosebumps might be a bit scary for younger children but there nothing gory and it's a happy ending. Zootropolis is great - lovely animation and a good script that will keep adults happy too. Seen them both twice and could easily watch them again. Haven't seen Jungle Book but it got good reviews.


I second Zootropolis, nice even for adults.
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Star Trek - Triple Bill (Three films including latest Star Trek: Beyond) 21 July £14.20/£15.70 at Cineworld or £15 at VUE (Double Bill at Odeon for £5)
A triple bill showing of Star Trek, Into Darkness and Beyond at both Cineworld and Vue - particularly good value as it includes the new film (and in 3D too if you choose Cineworld). Seem to be showing… Read more
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Just a heads up for anyone interested, Odeon are now taking bookings for a Double Bill (So Star Trek and ST: Into Darkness) for £5. Details here.

Have to agree. Darkness is an abomination. 2009 is wonderful, so hopefully Beyond will restore the faith.

Cold because into darkness is terrible and not worth paying to see

Have to wait and see what tribute they do for Anton.

that's a long time to be sat in a cinema but great films