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Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by checjb, 21 Apr 2010.

  1. checjb


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  2. utajoker


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    not even seen it the first time round so mite catch it the 2nd.
  3. Tom84


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    To be honest I can understand the re-release there were still loads of people still going to see it 6 weeks after it's release
  4. Phyre


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    Doesn't sound so surprising. Like it says in the article, cinemas were still sold out up until it had to end. Makes sense to cash in on it, surely?
  5. Chris1712


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    Great news. I hope a decent amount of cinemas pick this up, I'd certainly like to see it again but was annoyed that it got relegated to the smaller CIW screen in my local :(.

    Hopefully it'll come back and be whacked straight back into screen 1 for me to enjoy in all its glory again.
  6. sh4dy1981


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    Il be going to see this again Epic film and with Orange wednesday not to hard on the wallet :D
  7. d3moliti0n

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    I never seen it the first time round so I'll probably go and watch it this time, see what all of the fuss was about.
  8. SixTwoSix


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    I'd happily watch this again at the cinema, one of the best cinema experiences i've had in 20 years.
  9. Flibster


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    6 minutes of new footage? Is he putting a coherent plot in?
  10. neoboy


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    Well I still haven't managed to see the film so wouldn't mind if it comes back and we all know they will still make a pretty penny by releasing it in the summer.
  11. Dano


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    Excellent, I'll be able to take the old man to see it now :)
  12. Sankari


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  13. Cosimo

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    Another six minutes, another sixty/six hundred million dollars, might even be more with the director’s cut Dvd/Blu-Ray. ;)
  14. Stumble Bum


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    One can only hope.
  15. Gilly

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    Pocahontas is a coherent, if tired, story...
  16. Fenris


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    There is nothing incoherent about the plot, nothing original either but it's certainly not incoherent.

    Will probably go and see this again in 3D, only ended up seeing it once before anyway.

    The fact Imax was booked solid till they were forced by contracts to switch to Alice is proof enough that people still want to see it, no reason not to re-release it really.
    Last edited: 21 Apr 2010
  17. bledd


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    Wonder when the re-release will come out on blu ray..

    I can miss this tbh, if it was something like Predator being re-released with extra footage, I'd be all over it!
  18. Chris1712


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    Same time as 3D I bet.
  19. Mik3


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    I the blu ray out in the UK this weekend?
  20. Bennie-Mac


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    The 26th

    Edit - Whats with the DVD/Blu Ray combo? I just want the blu ray dammit!