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Lincoln Film. Has it been released?


Bing.alau
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I ask because I don't seem to be able to find it in any of my local cinemas. I was under the impression that it was released last weekend. But no sign of it on the cinema listings I have looked at.

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Bing.alau

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quickbeam. I wouldn't buy a DVD if I knew the ending like you.

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Quickbeam

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Well, I keep watching The Lady Killers and Ice Cold In Alex and I know how they end too...

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Mr Mistoffelees

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I saw The Lady Killers, for the first time, only last year. A fine example of British film comedy.

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john bunyan

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My wife has a bad back too so we rarely go to the cinema. My last time was to see War Horse, with one of my granddaughters. I now have a "Smart" or "Cinema" HD TV, so wait till the DVD is out. I am hiring "Skyfall" in Blue Ray from Blockbusters tomorrow; our local one is about to close, thogh, but a hire for £2 seems a bargain compared with £12 - £14 in local supermarkets for the blue ray version.Re Lincoln, my other granddaughter enjoyed it ( she is hoping to read history at a Russell group Uni in the autumn )

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Bing.alau

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john bunyan. I don't like going to the theatre because the quality of the seating is so bad. Like your wife I have a back which is unsuitable for being in one position for longer than a few minutes. But I find the seats in the more modern cinemas are much more comfortable and they even have a class of seat higher than the standard one, which you pay a few bob extra for. Down the front of the cinema they even have large spaces for wheel chairs and carers. A big improvement on the older type cinema. I use the standard seat and find it is fine for me. (I'm probably too tight to pay the extra for the higher class seat).

But I am always glad to get out of theatre seats. Maybe they have improved some theatres, but the one in Liverpool, "The Empire" still has the same seats as they had when Roy Hudd and Vesta Tilley were appearing there. Hope Roy Hudd doesn't frequent this forum?

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Quickbeam

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Bing.alau

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Quickbeam. Thanks for that, it does look like the type of film I like to watch. I hope they decide to start showing these pictures in our area soon.

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