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What was the last movie you saw in the theater???

post #1 of 51
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DH and I saw 'Grand Torino' - that was over 2 years ago!! ACK! We usually do Red Box for a movie. It feels like forever since we've been together. I saw 'The Informant' last year with a friend of mine. I was pregnant and tired and fell asleep towards the end. How pathetic!

So, what was the last movie you saw and how long ago was it??
post #2 of 51
Eclipse we don't go to the movies very often, we just wait for it to come out on blu ray
post #3 of 51
The last movie we saw in the theater was "How to Train a Dragon", we took DD... I honestly have no idea when it was, late winter I think?
post #4 of 51
The last movie was HP and the Half Blood Prince, then next one will be HP and the Deathly Hallows. I've seen about 10 movies in theatre, half were Harry Potter. I rarely go to the theatre unless I know it's going to be worth it.
post #5 of 51
The Expendables.

Plan to rectify that soon by going to see either Unstoppable or Deathly Hallows. Well, I'm definitely going to see Deathly Hallows, not sure if I want to hire a babysitter two weeks in a row to go to a movie.
post #6 of 51
I usually would go to the drive in b/c DH's family owns it. The last movie I saw in the theater was Alice in Wonderland in 3D. I don't like 3D.

I told DH I want to see the new Harry Potter movie that's coming out. I'm kind of, well, really excited.
post #7 of 51
Hmmm....we go often. We love the Drive In theatre here (open 11months of the year).
Last we saw was The Social Network and Guardians: Legend of Ga'houl
post #8 of 51
I think it was Eclipse. I don't completely remember though.

We don't go to the theater often. We try to take the kids every so often and we always try to hit the drive-in at least once a summer.
post #9 of 51
Inception was the last one we saw.
post #10 of 51
Last winter I took the kids to see The Christmas Carol remake with Jim Carrey. We all enjoyed it.
post #11 of 51
Toy Story 3. The whole family went.

I'll be taking ds1 (or he'll be taking me) to see Deathly Hallows, I think.
post #12 of 51
Life as you know it, with Katherine Heigel and Josh Duhamel. It was really enjoyable. Much better than I expected.
post #13 of 51
actually it was last saturday and the movie was 'freakonomics'. or should i say documentary. GREAT film btw.

before that? cant remember. maybe a year or year and half ago. for me its not the time issue. its $$$s.

i LOVE the movie theater experience. i am a real movie buff and love watching movies on the big screen.
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post #15 of 51
Despicable Me If you can get through the first half then it finally decides to grow up and be an actual movie. And then it's pretty good. We saw this at the $2 movie theatre near our house. They are CHEAP! Which is good for us. It's funny too because then I care a lot less if someone talks or is just noisy. No digital projectors there, they still do the old school film.
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The last movie was HP and the Half Blood Prince, then next one will be HP and the Deathly Hallows. I've seen about 10 movies in theatre, half were Harry Potter. I rarely go to the theatre unless I know it's going to be worth it.
Same here LOL! DS was only a couple of weeks old when we went to HBP, but he slept until right at the end. I think I'm gonna need a babysitter for DH.
post #17 of 51
I think it was either Up or Ponyo... whenever they were in the theaters.
post #18 of 51
Alice in Wonderland, the most recent one.
post #19 of 51
The Social Network

The FB movie

It was really good!
post #20 of 51
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Despicable Me If you can get through the first half then it finally decides to grow up and be an actual movie. And then it's pretty good.
Heh. We saw this two days ago, at the movies. I actually thought it was great at the start, but had a lame ending. Go figure!

I get "True Rewards" points with my bank - you know, the kind you save up to buy George Foreman grills and things - but because we don't tend to buy very much, we don't accrue many points. We do get enough for the occasional trip to the movies, though.

I miss the days when I worked at the cinema and got in for free whenever I wanted. Much easier to take a chance on a random arthouse film if it's FREE! I saw a lot of good stuff...
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