What was the last movie you saw? 7



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Going to the movies is a perfect way to spend a rainy or hot day but this experience has certainly changed a lot since our youth. Do you still go to the movies or do you prefer to watch movies at home?

First of all, it’s pretty expensive to go to the cinemas now. If you’re going to spend that kind of money, you’re less likely to take a gamble on a dud film. Whereas when we were growing up there were lots of cheap movie options to watch so we were more likely to go and try them out.

In addition, if you didn’t catch the film at the theatre, you would have to wait a long time to see it. There was no such thing as Netflix! Do you wait to watch movies on DVD or do you prefer to go see them in cinema?

Here are some of the leading film’s at the box office you might want to go check out! Have you seen any of them?

  1. The Huntsman Winter’s War
  2. Zootopia
  3. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
  4. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
  5. Kung Fu Panda 3
  6. London Has Fallen
  7. Eye of the Sky
  8. The Lady in the Van
  9. Deadpool
  10. Rams

What was the last movie you saw at the cinemas? Or did you watch the film at home?

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  1. Saw ‘The Lady in the Van’ on Wednesday. I highly recommend it – funny and poignant. Maggie Smith is amazing.

  2. Lady In The Van wonderful and a true story, and who can resist Maggie Smith

  3. Don’t get to the cinema as often as I used to. Last seen was ‘The Queen’.

    Would like to see current films starring Dame Maggie Smith, Alan Rickman, & Dame Helen Mirren, Sir Tom Courtenay & Charlotte Rampling, & latest with Sir Michael Caine.

    Remains to be seen if I can get the motivation to do so, as ill health is my problem.

  4. Paper planes was a Free Community movie at our local cinema. A great movie with an interesting twist albeit sad.

  5. We saw “Lady in the Van” as well a few weeks ago.Maggie Smith is still on top of her game. Thoroughly enjoyable.

  6. Last night I saw Eye of the Sky. It is a movie to admire for the acting of Helen Mirren, gorgeous Alan Rickman and others – but I went away feeling that it reiterated that more harm is done by the operations shown – as I believe it incites further radicalisation – edge of the seat stuff – quite disturbing.
    The last film I saw before that was “My Daughter” – Australian film. Also brilliantly done but so horribly depressing I think its timee for something a bit lighter!

  7. The Bucket List with Norgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson. Very good!

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