Went to @Cineworld 7 times watched 8 movies this April #Unlimited

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Cert: 12A
Running Time: 151 minutes
Date: Tuesday 5th April at 13:30
Cinema: London – The O2, Greenwich , The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX
Screen number: Superscreen
Screening type: 2D, Superscreen
Number of people going: 2
Seat(s): Standard Seating S21, S22

Still enjoyed Batman vs Superman the Third time round.   I enjoyed it more I watch it.Went to Slug and Lettuce before I watched the film. Used my Cineworld 25% off discount. 

 

Zootropolis
Certification: PG
Running time: 108 minutes
Date:  Sunday 10th April 2016 at 10.50
Cinema: Greenwich O2
Cinema address: The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX
Screening type: 2D, Audio Described
Screen: Screen 9
Number of people going: 1
Seat(s): K10

Loved it. Such a lovely film. The buzz did not disappoint.  I defo need to watch it again.

 

The Huntsman : WINTER’S WAR
Certification: 12A
Running time: 117 minutes
Date:  Sunday 10th April 2016 at 15.30
Cinema: Greenwich O2
Cinema address: The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX
Screening type: 2D
Screen: Screen 7
Number of people going: 2
Seat(s): K13, K14

Saw this with my sister.  It was okay however it was slightly dragging.  I rewatched the original after I watched this and you can see how Snow White and the Huntsman was more grounded.  You can see the difference in quality. 

The Jungle Book
Certification: PG
Running time: 106 minutes
Date: Saturday 16th April  2016 at 11.05
Cinema: Greenwich O2
Cinema address: The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX
Screening type: 2D
Screen: Screen 7
Number of people going: 1
Seat(s):  F17, F18, F19

I can see the CGI in the movie a lot more the second time round. 

The Jungle Book
Certification: PG
Running time: 106 minutes
Date: Sunday 24th April at 14.00
Cinema: Greenwich O2
Cinema address: The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX
Screening type: 2D, Audio Described
Screen: Screen 9
Number of people going: 3
Seat(s): L9, L8, L7

Great fun

Captain America Triple Double -Bill 
Certification: 12A
Date:  Thursday 28.04.2016 at 18.30
Cinema: Greenwich O2
Cinema address: The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX
Screening type: 3D, Superscreen, VIP
Screen: 11
Number of people going: 1
Seat(s): E23

I only watched the first two movies in the triple bill.  I did not want to watch Civil war in 3D , I could have got tickets for the 2D showing at midnight but I was at the O2 and would have been difficult getting home.  The VIP box seats were free so I wanted to actually try it while I could. It was really nice, It had a table by the side , the superscreen was cool in that location, but I would not pay extra for it.  I would rather pay extra for the DBOX. 

I brought my 2D glasses with me and switched between the 2d and 3d glasses when I got tired or felt like it.  I had a headache the morning after.

 

Captain America : CIVIL WAR
Certification: 12A
Running time: 147 minutes
Date: Friday 29th April  2016 at 17.40
Cinema: Greenwich O2
Cinema address: The O2, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX
Screening type: 2D
Screen: Screen 4
Number of people going: 2
Seat(s): H6, H5

 

Watched this straight after work. I was good but the Location title cards annoyed me.  It was very good but there was something about Capt 2 that has the slight edge. Will watch it again with my friend. 

 

 

 

 

1 Mr. Holmes

Friday 19th June at 17:40 – Screen 10 Row G Seat 10 – The O2

 

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I got a scoop of  Jamocha almond fudge at Bakin Robins.  . I used my Black Card was unsure if it would work because if the possible transition.   Cost me £ 1.99. I went upstairs and ate it before I got into the screen.  The movie start time was at 17:40 but ate the ice cream  waited till 17:50 before I got it.   The flavour did not seem to be as good as last time.  There was a person at the top if the escalators checking tickets instead of the “doors” , so I did not have my card ready.

The movie was in screen 10 and when I went to look for by Row I could not see the letters, So I went to the other side where I was surprised to see the letters were lit up. I saw a few others struggle. I like that they are not varying the Cineworld adverts now.

I really liked the movie. I felt strange, I felt like I had watched this story before.  ( I think I might have heard that synopsis when the novel came out)  I found it interesting that there was movie version of Holmes in the movie itself.   McKellen looked so frail that I actually kept believing he was that old and that fragile even when I saw the sharp Mr Holmes in flashback. It was so cool seeing Holmes in his “prime”

 

The boy Roger  was an amazing performance also.   He didn’t do the child performer thing. If he were playing an older guy I would have believed that.

 

I loved the construction of the movie.  Like a good detective story all the pieces were in place to create to create the intricate puzzle.  A puzzle I did not know we were doing.   I suppose I should expected that when you have the ultimate detective.

 

 

 

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