Cinema Experience Part 2


Don’t listen to Inspirex in the following post. Because I did – and believed him. And when I received the passes yesterday I decided to give it a try too and went to watch a movie in a cinema after a long – long time.

Arright, it wasn’t a mess but not as pretty as Inspirex presented in his post (or maybe, as he mentioned, his was premier show). I witnessed once again that no matter what, we will never learn to be in a queue. And NO there was NOT a complete silence either. (Okay it wasn’t a chaos, but I would have preferred it if there was a complete silence.) Anyway, but, it was bearable for the big screen.

7 Comments so far

  1. Teeth Maestro (unregistered) on June 18th, 2006 @ 2:37 am

    Hahaha – its hilarious to note that you fell for the trap perfectly setup by Inspirex.

    Sorry to see you end up with fag end of the deal – now since you could not enjoy the movie (with free passes) go to Laraib and buy a pirated DVD :)

    Hey I heard critics say that the movie was crap – is it worth buying a DVD at all?

  2. khanana (unregistered) on June 18th, 2006 @ 2:41 am

    wow :) sounds like all of Karachi is enjoying this movie on passes :P
    i gues on friday I wrote here that I might go to checkout Cineplex and I had not clue I’ll have passes in the evening, a friend from Interflow invited me there and I wasn’t bad experience… zain was right they need some upgrades… but it was fun… nice ppl, no typical issues of queue or silence/noise as you guys always write here..
    Khairr I would say overall this mini cinema experience was good….

  3. JonyBr (unregistered) on June 18th, 2006 @ 8:19 am

    Teeth, how much does a dvd cost anyway to ask for a worth? :p No matter how worse the movie is, i think, for ladies Tom’s smile is worth ;) and for us guys, some of the actions are nicely done (with some technical flaws). But as Inspirex has mentioned before it was more emotional this time and not as much complecated situation as its used to be in MI series.

    Khanana, yes i think i will prefer buying a ticket at Cineplex on free passes at Capri, but then again, i m still young & can afford some fun of queues ;)

  4. Adnan (unregistered) on June 18th, 2006 @ 6:13 pm

    Jhony I am also planning to watch this movie in cinema.I never went to cinema,sounds weird but its just I never felt so.A friend of mine praised about movie so thought give it a try.Where should I go now?.Maybe this was bad experience with you only?At what time did you go?we are planning for night show as somebody told me that 6-9pm show has ben dubbed in urdu/hindi.

  5. eluxzion (unregistered) on June 18th, 2006 @ 9:07 pm

    inspirex mentioned it clearly that it was a premierw show. the one that jonybr went for was public premiere, and not the one that specifically invited people.

    hence, the absolute possibility of the actual being different from the perceived.

    the rest of the criticism is valid, and those who have watched the movie would agree with inspirex..

  6. Checkmate (unregistered) on June 20th, 2006 @ 11:16 am

    I planned on seeing the movie on the big creen but my friends are telling me it is not a very good one. But I suppose if you enjoy the typical action scenes it might not be a bad experience. Or should I just wait for Worldcall to put it on cable?

  7. Hasnat (unregistered) on June 30th, 2006 @ 1:34 am

    Hey Guyz!
    I visited Cineplex to watch this flick and it was all time gr8 experince!
    Well there was jam-packed cinema wid some low chattering voices during the movie but cmon it was much much better then those howilings which are being made in the Capri Cinema!
    The screening room(Cinema-2)was icy chilled!
    Well i will be going to watch Mughal-e-Azam on Cineplex which will be showing from Tommorow onwards!
    A 13 Year Old Movie Going Fan,

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