Articles | Disneyland | Walt Disney World
Page 14 of 14 FirstFirst ... 4 12 13 14
Results 326 to 335 of 335

Thread: Last movie seen, part 5

  1. #326
    Quote Originally Posted by AnotherJenny View Post
    ...We're considering going to see this this week, but I've read a bunch of reviews that it's really loud and my father can't handle loud noises. He covers his ears during fireworks and at Captain EO back in the day. He won't do anything proactive like wear earplug or headphones, if anything he'll start trying to talk over the movie if he loses interest
    It's definitely loud. We always bring ear plugs to movies, so we were prepared anyway. But it was loud even with the ear plugs. During the battle scenes, I kept wondering how the other people in the theater were managing without any ear protection. No one else seemed to even notice.

  2. # ADS

    Join Date

  3. #327

    I just checked and unfortunately AMC is not showing Dunkirk as one of its sensory friendly screenings. If dad's okay with the lights up a bit and the chance that someone else in the theater will act out, then the sensory friendly movies are a great way to see otherwise "too loud to enjoy" movies as they turn the volume down dramatically. I know (select) AMC shows sensory friendly kids movies 2 Saturday's a month and an adult flick 2 Tuesday's a month.

    We were at the theater yesterday getting ready for a birthday party and the sound coming out of some of the theaters was loud even in the hallway.

  4. #328

    Thanks. We decided not to see it yet. My parents belong to a group that screens movies, and the schedule has gaps where it could be added, so they decided to save the money. I don't think it's leaving the theaters any time soon, so I may just go alone later.

  5. #329
    Registered User codewoman's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Beautiful Colorado

    Up In the Air - ironic timing. The music really makes the movie. Light on plot. It was entertaining enough.

    There are 10 kinds of people in this world... Those who know binary and those who don't.

  6. #330

    "Maudie" -- lovely performances from Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke. Quiet story with great character development. Beautiful location, beautiful folk art.

  7. #331
    Winter Wrap Up
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Frozen North

    August Underground
    Slaughtered Vomit Dolls

    [Princess Celestia]
    You've come such a long, long way
    And I've watched you from that very first day

  8. #332

    War For The Planet of the Apes 8/10!

    Loving the Moon!

  9. #333
    Winter Wrap Up
    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Frozen North

    Cabin Fever Patient Zero

    [Princess Celestia]
    You've come such a long, long way
    And I've watched you from that very first day

  10. #334

    Logan Lucky - If I had known what the movie was about I probably would have rolled my eyes and said NO, but my husband had the showtimes wrong for the movie we were planning to see and this was the next best option. I'm glad we went, parts of it were really funny and overall the movie was amusing rather than being cringe-worthy (which to be frank was my assumption based on seeing the posters)


    There was an entire scene regarding Game of Thrones and the fact that the author still hasn't released the Winds of Winter, despite the HBO series now being ahead of the books plot wise. All I could think of was that the scene might not be as funny in a few years (decades?) when the final books finally come out, but everyone in the theater was laughing pretty hard right now.

  11. #335
    Read Everything-Assume Nothing
    MousePad Administrator
    GusMan's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2003
    Chicago Area
    Blog Entries

    Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
    Not too bad for a family movie. There were some "gross" humor parts that made you go eeeeewwwwwwwwww..... but I think thats to be expected with this type of film.
    Overall, Ill give it a fair 7/10.

    Disney-Inspired Author and Blogger
    CoHost of the Behind The Ears Podcast... Check it out on iTunes

    The search function is like the Force. It may take practice, but the more you use it, the more control you will have over it!



Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts