How many times have you seen Dunkirk?

The 2017 World War II thriller about the evacuation of British and Allied troops from Dunkirk beach.
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dormouse7 wrote:1. Why were you jabbering about it to the in-laws for a year?
Because my husband didn't want to hear about it.
2. Why are they going to see it even though she is claustrophobic?
"For me" because I am excited about the film.
3. Why could you not talk her out of it???
She is near-deaf.
4. Why will you never hear the end of it????
That's just how she is.
1. Why did your husband not want to hear about it?

2. Why would your second choice then be your in-laws and not your friends or something??

3. If she is near-deaf, then how did she hear you talk about it in the first place to know that you are excited about it???

4. If that's how she is, then why would you set yourself up like that by giving her fuel material????

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Twice (one regular, one Imax Laser).

Have tickets for two more showings this week (one regular, one Imax Laser) :P

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So far I have seen it once, in digi-IMAX. I will probably see it once in Ultra Laser or regular Laser (note; it's not Laser IMAX) and/or in another digi-IMAX theater with a better sound system (Dolby Atmos although it wasn't mixed in that, I reckon the quality is still better lol).
I'll definitely see this in 70mm next month, probably twice. It depends on my holiday plans if I'll see it in the BFI or in Laser IMAX in Brussel.

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Once, but will go again on Tuesday. With my parents even though I'm an adult haha.
Very interested to see how the second viewing will be now that I know everything that happens, who will live and who won't and all that. Probably won't be so on the edge of my seat.

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Trust me, you will.

You will be even more on the edge of your seat than you were the first time.

I know that sounds logically impossible, but you will.

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okungnyo wrote:Trust me, you will.

You will be even more on the edge of your seat than you were the first time.

I know that sounds logically impossible, but you will.
was about to say the same thing. the second time is intense like the first one. i think it is because of music.

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Once in 70mm, seeing it again in digital IMAX in about 30 mins.

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2 times once in IMAX and once in 70mm
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okungnyo wrote:
dormouse7 wrote:1. Why were you jabbering about it to the in-laws for a year?
Because my husband didn't want to hear about it.
2. Why are they going to see it even though she is claustrophobic?
"For me" because I am excited about the film.
3. Why could you not talk her out of it???
She is near-deaf.
4. Why will you never hear the end of it????
That's just how she is.
1. Why did your husband not want to hear about it?

2. Why would your second choice then be your in-laws and not your friends or something??

3. If she is near-deaf, then how did she hear you talk about it in the first place to know that you are excited about it???

4. If that's how she is, then why would you set yourself up like that by giving her fuel material????
It's not that deep.. PM maybe?


Finished my second viewing in digital a bit ago. MUCH better audio, was able to decipher most of the dialogue this time. Also, since I already knew the fate of the characters I was able to focus more on what was going on. Definitely recommend seeing it more than once!

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2. Need 3. Then probably 4. Nothing but IMAX.

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