October 2017 at the Cinema

As we are approaching the last few months of 2017 I honestly don’t think the standard of films is improving too much in all honesty, I am sure you will see exactly why when looking at the seven films that I went to see during October.

The number of films I went to see was 7 and this then cost £2.55 per film as the Unlimited Card at Cineworld is £17.90 per month.

4th – Goodbye Christopher Robin – Review

11th – The Mountain Between Us – Review

12th – The Death of Stalin – Review (Unlimited Screening)

17th – The Snowman – Review

20th – Geostorm – Review

25th – Thor: Ragnarok – Review

29th – Breathe – Review

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September 2017 at the Cinema

This month I managed to see nine films and that was certainly a pretty impressive number to get to see! I think the films were pretty mixed in all honesty.

The number of films I went to see was 9 and this then cost £1.98 per film as the Unlimited Card at Cineworld is £17.90 per month.

3rd – The Limehouse Golem – Review

4th – American Made – Review

6th – Patti Cake$ – Review

6th – Stratton – Review

15th – Victoria & Abdul – Review

22nd – IT – Review

24th – Kingsman: The Golden Circle – Review

25th – Mother! – Review

27th  – Young Frankenstein – Review

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August 2017 at the cinema

Into the eighth month of the year now so much more than half way though, I am actually thinking that 2017 isn’t the greatest year for film in all honesty.

The number of films I went to see was 8 and this then cost £2.23 per film as the Unlimited Card at Cineworld is £17.90 per month.

2nd – 47 Meters Down – Review

7th – The Big Sick – Review

9th – Atomic Blonde – Review

11th – Girls Trip – Review

21st – The Dark Tower – Review

23rd – The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Review

30th – Logan Lucky – Review

30th – Detroit – Review

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July 2017 at the Cinema

This is the joint worst month for attending the cinema and I am going to blame my trip away to New York, just because I was then missing for around a week. Ok and being lazy when I got home and was still off work, so maybe I actually had more of a chance to go to the cinema.

Anyway the 5 films that I managed to see work out at £3.58 per film as the Cineworld Unlimited Card costs £17.90 per month. I went to Odeon to see Dunkirk in IMAX and went VIP in The Gallery which actually cost me £21.50!

3rd – The House – Review

5th – Spider-Man: Homecoming – Review

7th – It Comes at Night – Review

11th – War for the Planet of the Apes – Review

19th – Despicable Me 3 – Review

21st – Dunkirk – Review IMAX Odeon

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June 2017 at the Cinema

Half way through the year now and it has been pretty mixed so far in terms of films. I think this month was pretty strong really, yes really even though I saw King Arthur and The Mummy. I thought the films I went to see tried to do something and contenders for films of 2017 do appear as well!

£17.90 per month for Cineworld Unlimited Card, I went to see 7 films which means it therefore cost me a very small £2.55 per film this month.

I saw the following films in June

1st – Wonder Woman – Review

2nd  – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword – Review

14th – The Mummy – Review

18th – Gifted – Review

19th – My Cousin Rachel – Review

20th – Baby Driver – Review (Unlimited Screening)

22nd – Churchill – Review
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May 2017 at the Cinema

Into the fifth month of 2017 and I have managed to increase the number of films I got to see at the cinema back up to 10 this month, which actually includes two National Theatre Live productions of plays direct from the West End.

Cineworld Unlimited Card is £17.90 per month and I saw 8 films that qualified for the month which meant £2.23 per film. I had to pay for the Theatre productions £8.10 each, without an Unlimited card this is £16.99.

I saw the following films in May:

1st – Lady Macbeth – Review

2nd – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – Review

7th – Unlocked – Review

9th – A Dog’s Purpose – Review

11th – National Theatre Live: Obsession – Review

15th – Alien: Covenant – Review

18th – National Theatre Live: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? – Review

23rd – Colossal – Review

25th – Baywatch – Review (Unlimited Screening)

30th – Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge – Review

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April 2017 at the Cinema

Here we go with the fourth month of the year and entering what is a tricky month for films at the cinema, mainly due to the overall quality that they have in them! It has been my quietest month so far and probably the worst in terms of quality and even enjoyment. I am sure you will understand that when you see which films I caught on the big screen during April!

Cineworld Unlimited Pass is £17.40 per month and I saw 6 films this month costing me £2.90 per film.

I managed to see the following films this month:

6th – Ghost in the Shell – Review

11th – Going in Style – Review

11th – Table 19 – Review

18th – Fast & Furious 8 – Review

21st – Their Finest – Review

21st – Rules Don’t Apply – Review

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March 2017 at the Cinema

I have managed to keep up a good record coming close to January and February but that could also be due to the fact that in March we usually have a slowing down of films, or at least films that I have really wanted to see.

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Cineworld Unlimited Pass is £17.40 per month and I saw 8 films this month costing me £2.17 per film.

I managed to see the following films this month:

3rd – Viceroy’s House – Review

12th – Kong: Skull Island – Review

15th – Free Fire – Review

21st – Beauty and the Beast – Review

25th – Get Out – Review

26th – La La Land (Sing-A-Long Version)

27th – Life – Review

29th – Power Rangers – Review

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