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Bring on the fall movies, please

Old 08-15-07, 09:35 PM
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Well I know in Orlando, they have the Regal in Winter Park that usually plays at least a few indies. They usually got movies before places in Tampa and Miami. Of course Im assuming the Enzian is still there and then the Florida Film Festival is always great as well.
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I completely disagree with the OP, but I am looking forward to seeing Rendition this autumn.
Old 08-19-07, 04:17 PM
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Originally Posted by The Bus
It repeats itself every year. You can only have so many blockbusters all at the same time. For people in cities getting limited releases, you have a great uninterrupted flow of smarty-pants cinema, but for those of us out here in shopping center hell, it's whatever is running on 1200 screens or more.
Yeah, it sucks. I have to drive 100 miles to get to see anything at all in limited release, and sometimes I do! At least I got to see Sunshine and Paprika this summer.
Old 08-19-07, 08:37 PM
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Originally Posted by The Bus
It repeats itself every year. You can only have so many blockbusters all at the same time. For people in cities getting limited releases, you have a great uninterrupted flow of smarty-pants cinema, but for those of us out here in shopping center hell, it's whatever is running on 1200 screens or more.
Gee, Bus, you'd not last long up here! I'd love to be able to see things that are playing on only 1,200 screens... If the studio hasn't pushed a film out to 3,000+, I'm never going to be seeing it on a big screen.

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