Kill Bill 1 and 2 back to back screenings?

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  1. Bob Movies

    Bob Movies Stunt Coordinator

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    Does anyone know if there's a list online of theatres that will be playing Kill Bill volume 1 and Kill Bill volume 2 on April 16? I only saw V1 one time, and I'd like to see it again before I see V2.

    I know it's coming out on DVD, but watching it on my 27" TV doesnt' really compare to seeing it in the cinema.

    If anyone knows of such a screening (especially in the Toronto area, since that's where I live!) please let me know! I'm sure that a lot of other people would be interested in seeing both the movies back to back.

    Bob
     
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    Hi Bob,
    I'm not sure that there will be any theaters doing this as I undersatnd a huge part of the motivation for splitting the film up was the opportunity cost in charging only one admission for that much screen time! I agree with you on the need to see this one large though.
    The DVD for Vol 1 is AMAZING! I watched it last night on my front projector rig and was totally blown away by the picture and sound. I just finished watching it upstairs with my wife on our smaller RPTV with no sound system and it was a very different experience.

    Maybe some theaters will try this with double admission?
     
  3. Rob Gardiner

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    I've been told (by one of the theater's programmers) that the Seattle CINERAMA will show part 1 before part 2.

    When people say that it's so much better to see a movie on "the big screen", the CINERAMA screen is what they're referring to. [​IMG]
     
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    But won't the theatre's regular(flat) screen be used for this screening?
     

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