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$2.99 Spring Break (March break) movies

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cheappolak wrote: How much is the popcorn nowadays?
I just went last Saturday for Clifford the big red dog. Kids popcorn combo and one large popcorn with butter and large pop came to $31.

Tickets were $6.54 lol.
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PirateAngel3000 wrote: They should bring Dune back to theatres instead of that stupid lebron movie. Also popcorn/drinks are no long refilled for free, sad sad days ahead for the theatres
a 2h 35m slow moving sci-fi movie to show the kids during March Break? that doesn't make any sense

agreed about free refills though. glad Landmark Cinema still offers that for drinks and popcorn

https://www.landmarkcinemas.com/extras/rewards/
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sprung wrote: a 2h 35m slow moving sci-fi movie to show the kids during March Break? that doesn't make any sense

agreed about free refills though. glad Landmark Cinema still offers that for drinks and popcorn

https://www.landmarkcinemas.com/extras/rewards/
Oh oops, missed that part but I think some kids might be okay with it...? I saw gladiator in theatres when I was like 7 and loved it! But I'm weird.

Great tip on landmark, I've been meaning to check them out!
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sprung wrote: a 2h 35m slow moving sci-fi movie to show the kids during March Break? that doesn't make any sense

agreed about free refills though. glad Landmark Cinema still offers that for drinks and popcorn

https://www.landmarkcinemas.com/extras/rewards/
ya I'm sure some kids might like Dune but definitely not for most. this past year hasn't had the greatest selection of kids movies.

landmark theatres are awesome! i just wish there were more locations. i have 3 cineplexs within 15 minutes but have to drive over 30 to get to a landmark!
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Confirmed: RFD are the cheapest movie go-ers in town. Lol.

I usually bring my own candy and pop/juice, but I buy the popcorn fresh.
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I can see RFD'ers packing the kids in a carry-on luggage with a buffet in their luggage and paying for 1 ticket.
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Auditore212 wrote: Confirmed: RFD are the cheapest movie go-ers in town. Lol.

I usually bring my own candy and pop/juice, but I buy the popcorn fresh.
The problem is, shelling out $10 doesn't even guarantee fresh popcorn. Last bag I got was mostly fine for the first third, but the rest was full of stale crumbs from the bottom of the bin. It isn't worth it to me to go complain and miss part of the movie.

With exorbitant prices and a culture that increasingly doesn't respect traditional theatre manners, I am more and more preferring to wait a month or two for the retail release to watch at home.
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I can’t see anything about the kids movies in the deal link you provided. Can’t seem to google anything either. Is the deal dead?
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lemmiwinks wrote: I can’t see anything about the kids movies in the deal link you provided. Can’t seem to google anything either. Is the deal dead?
Only at select locations. I'm showing these today at Eglinton Town Centre
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sprung wrote: Only at select locations. I'm showing these today at Eglinton Town Centre
Thanks. We’re downtown. Doesn’t look like Yonge and Dundas or bloor west have them :(

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