- Film help please….
It's my 30th in a couple of weeks & to celebrate I have hired a venue in Nottingham called the Screen Room, it's the smallest cinema in the country with just 22 seats. I have invited friends & family and all I have to do is choose the films yo watch. I have the venue for 5 hours so can squeeze in 2 films with time for snacks. Choosing 2 films is prooving to be very difficult & I'm looking for inspiration.
What would you choose?Posted 7 years agocorrodedMember
Assuming there are going to be men and women, young and old there, I'd recommend a 2009 French film, The First Day of the Rest of Your Life – it's kind of about landmarks in life and is as funny as it is moving.Posted 7 years ago
If kids are going to be there then a quality animation that adults can appreciate as well is a good option, so I would recommend:
My Neighbor Totoro
Monsters V Aliens
First Tame Your Dragon
All the above I've seen and enjoyed very much, the last one is amazing, the quality of the animation is stunning, it's funny for all ages, and has one flight sequence that'll have you gripping the seat; I had to shut my eyes at one point 'cos my stomach started to turn over!Posted 7 years agofriendlynorthernblokeMember
Dog SoldiersPosted 7 years ago
Evil Dead I & II
No Country for Old Men
Bad Taste (gore fest)
Wolf Creek (freaked me out)
Kill Bill I & II
Les triplettes de Belleville (cycling based animation)
not that I've been thinking about it or anything!konabunnyMember
I'm surprised there are so many Blade Runner fans!
I'd go for something actiony/cool/kid-accessible first and then something very funny to pissed people (Life of Brian?) afterwards. I don't think you want anything too heavy or serious for a birthday party.
(BTW, "Breaking Away" is worth renting if you haven't seen it, but I wouldn't bother with full screen to all your mates).Posted 7 years ago
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