I've been trying to find out on this.in terms of accuracy I’m sure the film makers were correct but the newly dug trenches in chalk looked quiet strange as we are so used to seeing mud in the pictures.
happened to me once and that was at the end of Saving Private Ryan, could have heard a pin drop. A fine review of the movie, could do worse than have the reviewers on here petition for inclusion on Rotten Tomatoes, mind you they may get lost in the dross as there’s some diabolical movie reviewers on that site these days. I find myself using and relying on just 3 now, here, Mark kermode and Roger Eberts.I went to see this film at the Sheffield IMAX yesterday afternoon. It was a simply stunning piece of film-making.
When the end of the film came and the titles started, not one member of the audience stood up to leave. Every single person remained seated in absolute silence whilst the titles rolled past.
I have never, ever seen that before, and is perhaps the most highly poignant approbation possible....
To be fair, there is room for both. I love the Marvel and some Disney films, but equally I loved this.Awesome movie, breathtaking in IMAX. Please go out and see it - we need to support movies like this to save us from a world with Marvel and Disney drivel only.
Same when I went to see it in Picturehouse Central London yesterday. Definitely sign of a great film.When the end of the film came and the titles started, not one member of the audience stood up to leave. Every single person remained seated in absolute silence whilst the titles rolled past.
Yes, but only if movies like this one earn some money at the box office. As another example, Underwater seems to have flopped hard - it may be a bad movie (no idea yet, but it’s also beside the point) and I dislike the lead actress - but the point is that very few entertaining movies are successful now unless they are about superheroes, or are remakes of old Disney IPs.To be fair, there is room for both
Cineworld are in the process of upgrading their multiplexes with next gen laser projection, so hopefully Swindon is due to get done soon; as the PQ from old fashioned xenon projectors just looks washed out once you’ve become accustomed to laserOff to see this tonight in glorious Swindon, can’t wait to be honest! Although quite envious of all of you who have lovely state of the art laserdolby4katmosimax cinemas on your doorstep!
Swindon Interiors (appropriately enough for you!) seem to be responsible for refitting most UK multiplexes, so worth keeping an eye on their news releases...Cheers for the info, be great if at least one of the two cineworlds in Swindon gets the upgrade! Shame there’s not somewhere to find out where and when the rollout is happening.