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ROTK tickets now available for Odeon cinemas

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Ian Cox, Dec 3, 2003.

  1. Ian Cox

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    Just to give everyone a heads up you can now pre-book your tickets for ROTK at all Odeon cinemas. Got mine this morning for Leicester Square on the 17th which is also my birthday. What a day it is going to be my birthday and hopefully seeing one of the best films of all time on the same day. I am so excited :D :D
     
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    Thanks Ian, my local's a UCI but our resident LoTR anorak says THANKS for letting her know. :D
     
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    Your welcome ;)
     
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    Online bookings now being taken for the Filmworks in Manchester and, I guess, other UCI cinemas.
     
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    I've heard this film is 3 hours 40 minutes long. Can anyone confirm or correct this?
     
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    Technical Specifications

    FINAL RUNNING TIME: 3 HRS 20 MIN 49 SEC

    TOTAL # REELS: 10

    REEL BY REEL FOOTAGE:
    1) 1764+10
    2) 1887+11
    3) 1869+01
    4) 1966+07
    5) 1961+10
    6) 1839+03
    7) 1903+11
    8) 1170+08
    9) 1743+05
    10) 1967+06
    TOTAL FOOTAGE: 18073+08

    SOUND FORMAT: SR, Surround EX, SDDS, DTS
    ASPECT RATIO: 2.40 S (C)

    Please note that for any territory requiring an Intermission, per the
    Director, the break should take place at the end of Reel 4 when (spoiler)
    Theoden says to Éowyn "And no more despair"
    and then come back in on Reel 5 (spoiler)
    - on ride up to paths of the dead.
     
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    thanks Keith - 3hrs 20 mins is still pretty long, but for me the more the merrier!

    Will this include the end credits?

    If the cinema version is this long, I wonder how long the extended DVD version will be, assuming there is to be one.
     
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    Hi Eric,

    That running time is calculated from the total film length, so yes, it will include credits. I think without credits it will be around 3hrs 12mins. I'm sure there will be an extended edition - I guess only Peter Jackson knows how long it will be.
     
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    Booked mine for the 17th after work.
    Going to be really 'sad' that week & watch Fellowship extended version on Monday and TTT extended version on Tuesday :rolleyes:
     
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    Warner Village is taking bookings
     
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    Cineworld are now taking bookings as well.

    Certain Cineworld's are also showing the EE's.

    Rumour has it that all three will be shown in a day long marathon around or after Christmas. Cineworld did this last year with the first two films.
     
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    My birthday is the 18th. I've got tickets for 15:10 showing at Leicester Square, the day before.

    I've seen all of the fims so far at this venue on the first day.

    God I'm feeling smug!

    I posted a simialr thread on this matter:



    ROTK advance booking
     
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    I booked my ticket for my local Warner Village Cinema and it says that the film is 3hr20mins long and that there will be a 15min break during each showing, are any of cinemas having an intermission?
     
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    Not that I've heard.

    I'm going to see it at UCI as I think that a 15 minute break will interupt the flow of the film.
     

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