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Monstahs!!!.... (Mild Spoilers)
Yes, I saw it, and enjoyed it muchly. It's long and slow, but the final half hour or so is utterly stonking. Don't want to go into too much detail, but:

  • No, the flying thing isn't Rodan, bah.

  • Yesss! Glowing breath blasts and light-up fins when riled.

  • There's a bit of cute kid stuff, but mercifully little, and NO 'comic relief'.

I also discovered this great scheme I hadn't known about at the Picture House,for  'seniors'. On Monday and Thursday you can get in for four quid (or 5.80 for 3D.) at matinees. He didn't charge me for the glasses, and I got free (good!) coffee and biscuits. Yow!
I quite liked my first experience of modern 3D, but it made me a little headachy, and it didn't add that much to the effect. Kinda fun, though.
I was surprised that there were only six of us in the cinema; three teenagers, three old gits.


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That's a really good deal at the Picture House. I went to see it last night and loved it. Spectacular. The 3D seemed a bit off when I saw it - but then the cinema was packed and I had to take a seat off to the side - but the effect wasn't distracting. I might go and see it again, in an even larger screen, making sure I sit it the centre. Or, maybe, just in 2D.

It's strange, the crits I saw were pretty lukewarm, but I had a whale of a time. Glad I'm not the only one. The cheap seat with free 3D glasses, coffee & biscuits made it all the jollier.
The screen was pretty small, though. Super-sized might be even better.
PS: Oi,Oi, the tsunami!

Edited at 2014-05-16 03:10 pm (UTC)

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