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Re: Age of Ultron

Ian Thorley » Apr 25 '15

Took my eldest to see Age of Ultron this morning, really enjoyed it, eldest said it was the best film he`d ever seen!

Was surprised how much I liked it, super hero films don`t usually do it for me.

I enjoyed the Iron Man films, but the rest leave me a bit cold.

Anybody else seen it yet?

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Re: Age of Ultron

Ellenbethsdad » May 2 '15
Watched it today......totally blown away. .....the first time vision picks up mjolnir the young kid sitting near us yelled out "YES!!!!!!"

That sculpt in the end credits is one crazy kit!!!

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Re: Age of Ultron

Alun » May 5 '15
No idea whether I`m going to get to see this on the big screen.  Other half has said she has no interest, and didn`t like the first Avengers movie, so can either go on my own (sad act in the cinema eating popcorn on my own) or wait for the DVD (in about a months time probably)....


Not happy!

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Marten Richens » May 5 '15
I`m in the same boat Alun, I`d go with you but it`s a bit of a long way from Exeter!
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Re: Age of Ultron

Ellenbethsdad » May 5 '15
It`s the Avengers!!!! ...it just HAS to be seen on the big screen!!!!
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Re: Age of Ultron

Ian Thorley » May 5 '15

I agree it`s definitely a big screen film.

Have to admit I wasn`t too impressed with the first one, but thought this one was great.

I also have to admit to looking like a saddo in a cinema on my own on many many occasions.

It`s amazing how much space people leave around you when they see you`re sitting alone!

I`ve been to see films mid week at 10.30 in the morning, sometimes me and one other person in the entire cinema, sit where you like, no interruptions, bliss!

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Re: Age of Ultron

Alun » May 6 '15
Yeah, I know what you mean.  I have an issue with holiday leave at the moment (as in I don`t have any) and weekends are taken up with family stuff.  So bit stuck on finding a opportunity to go.


Remember when I was at uni and I`d go with a mate to the local cinema on a Wednesday afternoon.  We were almost always the only people in there and after a month or so the projectionist would sometimes come and sit with us to watch the film.

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Gareth James » May 6 '15
Yep, had to do this on a number of occasions. Last time was a special screening of `Halloween` (cleaned and letterbox print) which was too good to miss. Couldn`t drag along any mates- despite offering to pay!. Had a great time though- no kids to take to the toilet at the most exciting/interesting part of the film but overdid the Revells and 7 up big time. Felt sick as a parrot on the drive back. You live and learn....until its time to do it all again!
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Re: Age of Ultron

Ian Thorley » May 6 '15
Revells and 7up made me really laugh!
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Re: Age of Ultron

Mark » May 12 '15
Took the kids to see it last night. Only about 12 people in the cinema!


Lots of Easter Eggs and set ups for upcoming films. Pacing was a bit strange though, with lots of quiet lulls - felt like more of those than the action parts, but that might have just been my impression.


Hung around to see if there was anything after the credits. There isn`t, just a mid-credit scene, so don`t bother hanging around until the very end like me ... 


Alun - I`d be more than happy to go and see it again if you ever get some spare time!

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