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What is the next movie you're planning on seeing, at the cinema that is?

Asked by ucme (50016points) October 20th, 2010

Yeah, & when is that likely to be? I shall probably take the kids to see Despicable Me next week, well it is half term holidays from school. I was just wondering however, are there any “significant” releases planned for the remainder of the year? Or is that it for you, until 2011 that is? Of course you may rarely, if ever, feel the need to go to the cinema. I dunno see!

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marinelife's avatar

Social Network

OpryLeigh's avatar

My brother called me the other day to tell me that I was going to see Paranormal Activity 2 with him next week. After watching the first one, I don’t think that’s such a great idea!!!

thekoukoureport's avatar

The biggest 3d cinematic event of a generation. Years in the making it takes you where no movie has done before. With action scences so lifelike you would swear your right there. I went to go see Avatar because of those claims in Imax 3D but it was false advertising.

ucme's avatar

@ChazMaz May give that a look. Not released in the UK until November 12, I can wait.

johlucmoha's avatar

My son wanted me to see Avatar, he said it was good. I saw the movie, but not at the cinema, but on a dvd.

Aesthetic_Mess's avatar

Tangled probably

crazyivan's avatar

Black Swan… and not just because Natalie Portman will be naked in it.

Seaofclouds's avatar

I’ll be going to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows sometime at the end of November or early December. I think that is the last movie of this year that I definitely want to see.

There are a number of movies I plan to see in 2011: Thor, Breaking Dawn, the second half of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and Captain America: The First Avenger (just to name a few off the top of my head).

Austinlad's avatar

I’m anxious to see the new film about Canadian pianist Glenn Gould, “Nowhere Boy” about John Lennon, and the documentary about education called “Waiting for Superman”

Michael_Huntington's avatar

I’m planning to watch Jackass 3D sometime this week or next week.

Pied_Pfeffer's avatar

The Tripods, which isn’t due out until 2012.

janbb's avatar

Social Network

Akua's avatar

Social Network and Life as we Know it.

MissAusten's avatar

My husband saw Social Network and loved it!

The only movie I know I will be seeing is Part 1 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. My daughter just read the series again, and we’ve been watching the other movies. Even though I know I’ll be annoyed at the differences between the movie and the book I’m still mad they took the battle at Hogwarts out of the 6th movie and used some corny attack on the Weasley’s house instead I’m looking forward to a movie date with my kiddo!

tedibear's avatar

I will certainly go to Part 1 of The Deathly Hallows. Otherwise, it will be wherever my husband’s whims may take us.

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

I never ever go to the theater, it’s far too expensive.. huge waste of money. If I were going to go, I would want to see Due Date. Zach Galifianakis is hilarious.

chyna's avatar

I just saw Wall Street (the sequel) and loved it. I plan on seeing Social Network. @janbb Wish we could meet up and see it together. I’d bring the popcorn, you bring the candy.

gailcalled's avatar

@Austinlad: I just saw “The Internal Life of Glenn Gould” and was riveted for the entire 100 minutes. His playing will have your hair standing on end, and his personal life will also leave you wanting more.

“Social Network” is at the top of my short list.

ducky_dnl's avatar

Jackass 3D. I’m probably going to see it this Saturday with some friends. @Michael_Huntington you beat me to it.

lloydbird's avatar

UCME – The Fluther Years

Bound to be a great comedy. :-)

ucme's avatar

@lloydbird Well it hasn’t even been a year yet, but I get your point. Oh dear, I was a little pedantic there. Still, never mind. No one will notice :¬)

lloydbird's avatar

@ucme I don’t go that often. But next time that I do. Who knows?

ucme's avatar

@lloydbird Well exactly, i’d get you VIP seats if you wish. The riff raff can sit at the back.

lloydbird's avatar

@ucme Ta, bonny lad! It would be my pleasure.
And seriously, you should think about using that quality wit of yours in that sort of direction.
p.s Which one are you, Ant or Dec? :-)

ucme's avatar

@lloydbird Ant & bloody Dec!! You were doing so well up to that point to. Thanks anyway, appreciate it! :¬) Ant & Dec…....I mean, was it something I said or….....fades to silence…....

Austinlad's avatar

@TheOnlyNeffie, I’m a huge movie lover and used to go to the theater several times a week. But I agree, it’s become outrageously expensive. Plus it’s usually too noisey for my taste, what with the talkers, cell phones and how high they crank up the sound. However, when it’s a movie I really want to see on the big screen, I’ve taken to going on early Sunday mornings.

lloydbird's avatar

@ucme You gotta be able to take some sour with the sweet.
It’s a tough world out there, you know. ;-)

ucme's avatar

@lloydbird Yeah everyone’s a critic. I mean, not that fame would change me you understand. Well maybe a little. I’d probably be a right little diva :¬)

GladysMensch's avatar

I think I’m going to see Toy Story 3 at the cheap theater… does that count?

ucme's avatar

@GladysMensch Well of course it does. It’s called kids am over here in England Town…..95p per person. Cheap as chips! Great movie choice by the way, can’t wait for the DVD :¬)

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

@Austinlad we go every now and then, maybe once every couple of years. It’s nice, certainly different than watching at home. We have a drive-in near our house that is actually cheaper than the theater, so that is a great alternative.

Austinlad's avatar

@TheOnlyNeffie, ah, drive-ins. Please take me the next time you to, and let me operate the little speaker on the door, okay???

Kardamom's avatar

Despicable me was excellent! I probably won’t go out to the movies until the next Harry Potter movie comes out. I can’t wait for Alan Rickman!!!

YARNLADY's avatar

Harry Potter

OpryLeigh's avatar

I can’t wait for Burlesque and Little Fockers in December either.

lloydbird's avatar

If this comes back on at the flicks again, I’d go and see it next.
Missed it first time round. Still not seen it. But heard that it’s good.

aprilsimnel's avatar

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows, Part 1

I Love You, Phillip Morris (Only for Ewan, though. Only for him.)

On the fence about For Coloured Girls… On the one hand, Yay! I love the book. On the other hand, Booo! I hate Tyler Perry.

lloydbird's avatar

Edit.
@ucme I mean’t canny not bonny! Sorry.
Total fail. ;-(

Fairylover78's avatar

Black Swan for sure. Apparently I love a good depressing movie because I love Darren Aronofsky movies! ( PI, Reqium for a dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler) and they all end sad…but man are they good! Oh and I love Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis!

filmfann's avatar

Red. Hopefully this weekend.

ucme's avatar

@lloydbird Yeah I kind of let that slide, but I was slightly perplexed for a moment :¬)

ucme's avatar

@lloydbird Ahem….that’ll be, “Why aye man!” :¬)

ucme's avatar

@lloydbird Yeah, I want that one!

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