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#1 Posted by Flyinnmunkee (28 posts) -

I got IMAX tickets the second the went on sale, 4 hours later they where sold out for the next 2 days.

What are you expecting?

#2 Posted by Pr1mus (3875 posts) -

This is going to be the greatest movie of all time, OF ALL TIME! I got my tickets for the midnight screening.

#3 Posted by Imsorrymsjackson (855 posts) -

A good film hopefully.

#4 Posted by Vestigial_Man (311 posts) -

Hopefully I can go day 1 but I'll be in Glasgow so it might be too busy. If I was at home I'd have no trouble because our town is too small to "sell out," it can be pretty busy but I've never seen it full.

#5 Edited by Daneian (1228 posts) -

My body is ready! Going to an advanced screening Thursday evening at 7! Sequel to easily my favorite movie of all time! Exclamation point!

#6 Posted by shakafo00o (20 posts) -

How can you guys go opening night?? Everyone applauds and cheers a movie screen and a lot of times you miss parts >_<

...Maybe it's cuz my last opening night movie was Spiderman 3 but still....

#7 Posted by TheSouthernDandy (3859 posts) -

Hells yes! No way I'm missing that opening night.

#8 Posted by Little_Socrates (5675 posts) -

Shit! I forgot to order my tickets. I really, really need to do that...

#9 Posted by Liquidus (946 posts) -

Nope, I definitely want to see it but not that bad. I know it most certainly won't be as good as The Dark Knight and from the trailers, it looks like they might have ruined the big moments in the movie.

#10 Posted by MariachiMacabre (7079 posts) -

I'm going. Mainly because of the sweet t shirt they're giving away for it.

#11 Posted by Agent47 (1895 posts) -

I dunno I am kind of doubtful from all the trailers it looks like a Michael Bay Batman. What I liked about Batman Begins was how grounded in reality it was. It was actually believable, The Dark Knight kind of took away from that but it still wasn't over the top. But now they got Catwomen and Batman has some kind of aircraft flying across Gotham...it's just *sigh*. I liked the movies cause they didn't fly into fuckin craziness like most superhero movies. I'll still watch it but I guess they took this direction because after how successful The Dark Knight was they needed a way to top it without Joker.

#12 Posted by TaliciaDragonsong (8698 posts) -

I want to.
 
But the last time I went to see something near release (Avengers) I had to get into a fight to get people to shut up and/or stop kicking my chair.
I'm not paying so much money to have it ruined by morons.

#13 Posted by Clonedzero (4200 posts) -

never opening night. probably the monday morning after or something. where its mostly dead. i like going to movies when no one else does lol

#14 Posted by Toxeia (729 posts) -

I'm excited about the movie, but I'm not willing to expose myself to extreme levels of assholery just to see it. Midnight debuts for movies are bad news for people in my family. I've seen pictures of my nephew in a fist fight at a Harry Potter movie when he was 11.

#15 Posted by FluxWaveZ (19330 posts) -

@Clonedzero said:

never opening night. probably the monday morning after or something. where its mostly dead. i like going to movies when no one else does lol

Yeah, same here. Seeing The Avengers accompanied by a large crowd was an interesting experience, with the reactions and everything, but I'm much more comfortable the less people are there. I'll go for a matinee.

#16 Posted by Daneian (1228 posts) -

@shakafo00o said:

How can you guys go opening night?? Everyone applauds and cheers a movie screen and a lot of times you miss parts >_<

I saw Dark Knight that way and it was the greatest movie experience of my entire life. The air was electric. Everyone just kinda became one. Never had that before.

#17 Posted by VierasTalo (747 posts) -

Seeing it on Friday on 6PM. Hope it's good. Dark Knight was fine. As was Begins. Probably won't be more fun than the new Spidey though.

#18 Edited by Bourbon_Warrior (4523 posts) -

I'll wait for Blu Ray

@Toxeia said:

I'm excited about the movie, but I'm not willing to expose myself to extreme levels of assholery just to see it. Midnight debuts for movies are bad news for people in my family. I've seen pictures of my nephew in a fist fight at a Harry Potter movie when he was 11.

Just got a mental image of a wizard provoking someone, then they yell expeliramus with their fake wand and get punched in the nose.

#19 Posted by watchmen877 (22 posts) -

You bet your ass I am.

#20 Posted by Bourbon_Warrior (4523 posts) -

@shakafo00o said:

How can you guys go opening night?? Everyone applauds and cheers a movie screen and a lot of times you miss parts >_<

...Maybe it's cuz my last opening night movie was Spiderman 3 but still....

My last opening night movie was Avatar in 3D got pulled along by some friends and had never seen a 3D movie and had no idea what the movie was about apart from seeing the blue dude in the movie poster, which I thought at the time was the enemy.

It fucking blew my mind that film, the joys of a watching a movie without it being ruined by trailers and hype is just so great, takes me back to The Matrix when all the trailers were was a text saying "what is the matrix?".

#21 Posted by McBEEF (360 posts) -

Got my tickets booked for Friday, 9am! -First showing was at 5am but i dont want to fall asleep during

Hope theres a small crowd without any shouting/laughing fanboys like the avengers was

#22 Posted by BoFooQ (666 posts) -

I hate large crowds at movies, So I'll go see it during the week some time a week or two after. As long as you avoid all the spoilers its no big deal, and I don't have a lot of crazed friends who will rush out to see it then come and tell me about it.

#23 Posted by MikkaQ (10284 posts) -

Nah I really hated The Dark Knight, so I'm gonna wait and see if it's really worth watching.

#24 Posted by SSully (4169 posts) -

Nope! I will wait a week or two and go when there are less people. I have had both good and bad opening night experiences, and honestly I rather wait a few weeks to avoid having a bad experience.

#25 Posted by PrivateIronTFU (3874 posts) -

Yeah, I got a free Seattle Imax ticket because my friend works at the Science Center.

#26 Posted by Echofoxz (98 posts) -

I wish...

#27 Edited by Encephalon (1251 posts) -

Nah, I'll catch it on Sunday.

#28 Posted by Demoskinos (14778 posts) -

Fuck no. Might go that saturday but no way in hell opening night its going to be crazy.

#29 Posted by PrivateIronTFU (3874 posts) -

@shakafo00o said:

How can you guys go opening night?? Everyone applauds and cheers a movie screen and a lot of times you miss parts >_<

...Maybe it's cuz my last opening night movie was Spiderman 3 but still....

I went to the Spiderman 3 opening at the Imax, and I can tell you that as soon as emo Peter Parker showed up, nobody was applauding or cheering at all. And when he did his terrible little dance number, the entire audience was audibly confused. Shouting "What the fuck is going on?". That movie was aggressively cheesy.

#30 Posted by EXTomar (4687 posts) -

No. I don't ever see movies, especially movies designed to be "blockbusters" on opening week or weekend. Hollywood has gotten into a bad habit of favoring movies with a big opening over those with longevity where I won't help feed that.

#31 Posted by DoctorWelch (2774 posts) -

I never go see films I want to see opening night because fuck people. If I'm going to spend the money to see it in a theater I don't want my experience interrupted by assholes, children, or morons. I usually wait a week or so until there aren't that many people going to see it anymore.

#32 Posted by beepmachine (618 posts) -

I'm actually going to a batman marathon at my local theater that starts thursday and runs into friday. Begins, Dark Knight, and then this one at midnight, with intermissions (I'm assuming) in between. Hopefully people will get the stupid out of them within the first 6 hours.

#33 Posted by SirPsychoSexy (1328 posts) -

Yes IMAX at midnight

#34 Posted by GetEveryone (4455 posts) -

@Vestigial_Man said:

Hopefully I can go day 1 but I'll be in Glasgow so it might be too busy. If I was at home I'd have no trouble because our town is too small to "sell out," it can be pretty busy but I've never seen it full.

The IMAX screen in Glasgow is incredible. Booked my weekend tickets as soon as they went on sale; after seeing TDK there I am totally sold on the format. It's incredible.

#35 Posted by CrimsonAvenger (272 posts) -

Not seeing it until about a week after it comes out. Hope it's much better than The Dark Knight.

#36 Posted by CrossTheAtlantic (1145 posts) -

@PrivateIronTFU said:

@shakafo00o said:

How can you guys go opening night?? Everyone applauds and cheers a movie screen and a lot of times you miss parts >_<

...Maybe it's cuz my last opening night movie was Spiderman 3 but still....

I went to the Spiderman 3 opening at the Imax, and I can tell you that as soon as emo Peter Parker showed up, nobody was applauding or cheering at all. And when he did his terrible little dance number, the entire audience was audibly confused. Shouting "What the fuck is going on?". That movie was aggressively cheesy.

That movie is one of my favorite midnight movie experiences because, halfway through, it actually turned into a cult midnight movie experience. Everyone was confused, angry, and laughing together. It was awful, and we all fucking reveled in it. A few people where horribly upset though.

I'm seeing it in IMAX so I won't see DKR until 2am that Friday. Hopefully I'm still awake and the subway doesn't suck too much after.

#37 Posted by AssInAss (2621 posts) -

Not Day 1, but Day 2 (21st July, 11am) in the morning in London Wateloo IMAX for the whole family! SO EXCITED

#38 Posted by yoshisaur (2708 posts) -

I feel that going on the day it releases destroys my enjoyment. I live in Pennsylvania and there is always one drunken retard who thinks it would be funny to ruin to the movie.

I'm going to wait about a week or two to see it. I've made it this long without seeing it, what's another 2 weeks?

#39 Posted by SathingtonWaltz (2053 posts) -

My buddy bought me a ticket for my birthday for the 20th at 7:30 pm. I'm pretty stoked, I can tell Nolan is holding a lot back based on these trailers.

#40 Posted by Wraxend (563 posts) -

Got my tickets booked for Saturday at midday and i'm slap bang in the middle of the cinema :D

#41 Posted by ZeeGreat1 (18 posts) -

Theater by my house is doing a marathon on Thrusday of the previous 2 movies ending with Dark Knight Rises at midnight, the only thing I plan to do that day is Batman Batman Batman!

#42 Posted by Flyinnmunkee (28 posts) -

@ZeeGreat1: I was gonna do that but I just watched the last two.

#43 Posted by TooWalrus (13178 posts) -

I'm going Sunday but honestly, I'm not too excited about it. Bane and Cat-Woman both look super goofy, I don't know if I can suspend my disbelief the way I could with the first two movies.

#44 Posted by ArtisanBreads (3804 posts) -

@TooWalrus said:

I'm going Sunday but honestly, I'm not too excited about it. Bane and Cat-Woman both look super goofy, I don't know if I can suspend my disbelief the way I could with the first two movies.

We must have very different ideas of what "goofy" means. Especially "super goofy".

Going to opening night at IMAX and couldn't be more excited.

#45 Posted by Intro (1206 posts) -

Probably not because I work at the movie theater that day. Somehow I just got scheduled for morning and not the midnight shift, so I could go back that night. However, after being there 7 hours i don't care to go back for another 2 and a half.

#46 Posted by laserbolts (5319 posts) -

Will probably wait and see it on a weekday. Gonna be awesome for sure.

#47 Posted by cjmhockey (244 posts) -

Yes, midnight imax, bought them on the first day they were available. Can't wait until Friday 12:01am!!

#48 Posted by Sean2206 (264 posts) -

I'm currently booking tickets for a 5AM screening for some reason my local cinema is doing a 5AM showing rather than a midnight one. The brand of cinemas in the nearest city are doing a marathon although for whatever reason the one there isn't doing anything special at all.

So excited for this movie I've watched Batman Begins and The Dark Knight a few times in this last week and have been listening to the soundtrack on Youtube particurlarly the "Rise" chant for most of the day. I am slightly obsessed with this film but soooooo excited.

#49 Posted by TheUnsavedHero (1255 posts) -

Gonna try and shoot for opening weekend. My girlfriends birthday is around that time and she's been dying to see it.

#50 Posted by LiquidPrince (15918 posts) -

@Liquidus said:

Nope, I definitely want to see it but not that bad. I know it most certainly won't be as good as The Dark Knight and from the trailers, it looks like they might have ruined the big moments in the movie.

You realize that the movie is nearly 3 hours long and they've released what, 5 minutes of footage?

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