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The Commuter
SCREENING: Regular DATE: January 31st CINEMA: Showcase Cinema de Lux LOCATION: Bluewater
2 weeks, 4 days ago
The Commuter
 The Commuter 6/10
2 weeks, 4 days ago
To the Bone
 To the Bone 6/10
3 weeks, 1 day ago
L.A. Confidential
SCREENING: 35mm DATE: January 26th CINEMA: BFI Southbank LOCATION: London
3 weeks, 2 days ago
Max the Movie Guy added 2 items to their collection
L.A. Confidential

have watched

9/10

Fatty Issues

8/10


3 weeks, 2 days ago
Max the Movie Guy commented on a list
Cinema’s longest post-marketing movie delays (39 movies items)

"Oh, how did I spend five years without that in memory? Done!"


3 weeks, 2 days ago
Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil
Promotion debut: January 16th 2010 Original release: January 15th 2010 New release: April 29th 2011 Difference: 470 days Reasons: With no other marketing in place, the festival success of Youth in Revolt (not a family film) as potential for greater success and subpar animation quality even for a Hoodwinked sequel, The Weinstein Company had no choice but to delay the film a month before release. Despite of all this, their tie-in deal with Burger King set to expire, they still managed to let Kids Meal toys based on the film's characters slide in the US and the UK Benefits: Kids knew the characters well enough to have something to play with, at least Flaws: The film was a critical and financial bomb when it was eventually released, and therefore never saw any form of release in the UK. Two months after the toys were released, Kanbar Entertainment sued The Weinstein Company for their broken release strategy and lack of production input
3 weeks, 2 days ago
The Post
SCREENING: Regular DATE: January 25th CINEMA: Showcase Cinema de Lux LOCATION: Bluewater
3 weeks, 3 days ago
The Post
 The Post 8/10
3 weeks, 3 days ago
Phantom Thread
This film is nothing more than a 130-minute discussion between a bunch of men, one played by Joaquin Phoenix, about their past lives during a Christmas party until a woman walks in for, well, exposition. I had two variations of this vision in the same dream - one where they’re not celebrating Christmas, and one where it’s still the same concept but it’s all a ridiculous, deviantART-type crossover.
3 weeks, 6 days ago
Early Man
SCREENING: Q&A (Nick Park), Film Funday DATE: January 20th CINEMA: BFI Southbank LOCATION: London
4 weeks, 1 day ago
Early Man
 Early Man 8/10
4 weeks, 1 day ago
Vintik-Shpintik
Merry Without Melodies: A World of Silent Animation - A Love Affair in Toyland (7/10) - En route (7/10) - The Beautiful Leukanida (10/10) - How Plimps and Plumps Outwitted the Detective (9/10) - Colonel Heeza Liar, Ghost Breaker (7/10) - Hunter and Dog (6/10) - Knocking the 'H' Out of Heinie (7/10) - Four Musicians of Bremen (6/10) - Symphonie Diagonale (9/10) - The Little Street Singer (8/10) - The Little Screw (8/10) - Felix Shatters the Sheik (8/10) - Sleigh Bells (7/10) SCREENING: Animation 2018 DATE: January 19th CINEMA: BFI Southbank LOCATION: London NOTE: All shorts up to Felix Shatters the Sheik were screened from 35mm prints.
1 month ago
The Greatest Showman
SCREENING: Regular DATE: January 17th CINEMA: Showcase Cinema de Lux LOCATION: Bluewater
1 month ago
Danger  Eggs
The character of Phillip spawned from Mike Owens' short film from 2010, Phillip the Safety Egg, a far more surreal, gritty and cynical cartoon than resulting series. The short can no longer be found online, presumably due to its contrasting appeal and in fear that a younger audience would discover it.
1 month ago
X-Men: The New Mutants
[youtube id=bu9e410C__I] Trailer debut: October 13th 2017 Original release: April 13th 2018 New release: February 22nd 2019 Difference: 316 days Reasons: To avoid competition with Deadpool 2, and to carry out reshoots for broader horror elements in response to imperfect test screenings. As a result, Gambit had been pushed to June 7th 2019. Benefits: As Josh Boone has never directed a horror film before, the influence from Get Out and IT could result in a much more subversive franchise film. Flaws: This is the first time a cinematic universe entry has experienced this kind of delay, pushing it after not only Deadpool 2 but Dark Phoenix. Worst case scenario is that the film could fall into the case of overdoing it, and following a 10-month delay could result in one of the weaker X-Men movies.
1 month ago
Nothingwood
SCREENING: ourscreen DATE: January 14th CINEMA: Picturehouse LOCATION: Stratford East
1 month ago
Nothingwood
 Nothingwood 10/10
1 month ago
Coco
SCREENING: Advanced, Recliner DATE: January 13th CINEMA: Showcase Cinema de Lux LOCATION: Bluewater
1 month ago
Coco
 Coco 10/10
1 month ago
Darkest Hour
SCREENING: XPlus Laser, Recliner DATE: January 12th CINEMA: Showcase Cinema de Lux LOCATION: Bluewater
1 month, 1 week ago
Darkest Hour
 Darkest Hour 9/10
1 month, 1 week ago
Hostiles
SCREENING: Recliner DATE: January 10th CINEMA: Showcase Cinema de Lux LOCATION: Bluewater
1 month, 1 week ago
Hostiles
 Hostiles 7/10
1 month, 1 week ago
Alpha
[youtube id=uIxnTi4GmCo] Trailer debut: July 18th 2017 Original release: March 2nd 2018 New release: September 14th 2018 Difference: 197 days Reasons: No reason given. Benefits: If anything, this is another poor-quality Sony film given the talent involved. Flaws: This new date is almost precisely one year later than its initial date under the title 'The Solutrean', almost 14 months later than its trailer's debut, and precisely 848 days after filming had ended.
1 month, 1 week ago
Max the Movie Guy added 2 items to their collection
Penguins Behind Bars

have watched

8/10

The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin

8/10


1 month, 1 week ago

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