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Free preview screening tickets to SUGARHOUSE (19th Aug 10.30am)
Free preview screening tickets to SUGARHOUSE (19th Aug 10.30am)

Free preview screening tickets to SUGARHOUSE (19th Aug 10.30am)

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Screenings take place on the 19th August at the following venues:

VUE - Shepherds Bush * VUE- Finchley Road * VUE- Acton * Cineworld - Cardiff * Cineworld - Wandsworth * Cineworld - Enfield * Cineworld - Bristol * Peckham Multiplex * Picture House - Stratford East * AMC- Birmingham

Tom (Steven Mackintosh) is a middle-class city boy whose life has reached breaking point. D (Ashley Walters) is a young crack-head: smart, witty, desperate. Tom is completely out of his depth when he finds himself in D's abandoned warehouse attempting to do a "deal" with the energetic, volatile drug addict. The two enter into an irrational, deadly game of cat and mouse. The tense drama escalates when psychotic local crime-lord Hoodwink (Andy Serkis) wakes up to find his snub nose gun missing.

8 Comments

Original Poster

Forgot to mention that Stratford East screening is at 11am

Some real random locations there but thanks!

Original Poster

lol yeah they are!

I'm on hols today but had to post...hukd addict is me :roll:

it seems like its a competition to win tickets, rather than first-come-first-serve.

thanks anyway.

Thanx a reason to wake up early on a Sunday.

saw this on the sunday 19th. a film made in the east end.

given that the race barrier and social divide is crossed and 'dialogue-d' in the film, i must say, for me it was disappointing the film-makers then made the typical error of marginalising yet another minority group. repeated homophobic references was unnecessary and a little annoying especially when the film only needed the first mention when the 2 were "caught in the act" (struggling for a gun, but looked like something else). being macho or making macho movies doesn't mean you can vocally bash another group of people for no apparent reason. besides that the film was alright, probably needed more happening music but that mistake did leave a dour after taste. you will have to watch that film, or to have gay friends who you hang out with sometimes, to know what i mean.

I'm failing to understand why you've posted your "review" here in freebies. [url]www.imdb.com[/url] would have been a better place. This is flagging up giving people the impression that there are tickets available for an expired event.

it's an opinion, not a review love are we not allowed to do that in a forum anymore? *grin besides people write what they think of films for the benefit of people who are thinking of watching it.
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