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Going to the cinema by yourself is not an acceptable thing to do.
where you can't see each other and you're not allowed to talk to each other.
Unless you're one of those pricks who likes to talk to their mates all the way through?
but is more than acceptable
Maybe I'll retract mine.
It was too easy this time. The fun is in the chase.
The Master and.... Fast and the Furious 5.
in their own way
on a wednesday, otherwise known as 'poor peoples cinema night'? Are you mental?
I'll get my date to sit with you so I can enjoy the film in peace.
if you're going to a wanky independent arthouse type cinema that shows foreign language films
I fit your criteria it seems.
you may go
it's brilliant, also if you haven't seen it try and catch this - www.imdb.com/title/tt1865450
But on a Wednesday? When EVERYONE goes to the cinema in pairs?
it just seems really dear for what it is
It is pricey yea, not even as a kid though!?
i've never been to the cinema
i did go to a panto as a kid
Grint-levels of punk.
I went to see Drive by myself during the week. Only about 3 people watching it in the whole cinema. Made the experience even better really.
Saw Drive at a midnight screening, had the whole screen to myself, haven't watched it since because it'll never be as good.
they're showing Koji Wakamatsu's United Red Army
(and the normal cinemas ok too i guess, but not to wank and jizz)
are the seats like a normal cinema but with just loads of dudes tugging it?
(i've never been, but i think this is definitely the case)
You should go there and let me know if it's any good.
Not sure if the other's still open.
(that's not my flickr - i searched for adult world birmingham)
or the Adult World one? (if either of those still exist?) I had to phone up both of those and ask them some research questions for my Sexualities course at university!
But how I feel when I do it seems to depend hugely on the cinema and the film.
Film was good, the experience not so much.