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Incredible Experience

By Tebor
Written October 05, 2012
Ever since I first saw the movie on DVD, I wanted to see it in a theater. I finally got my chance and it was more breathtaking than I imagined. Thank you whoever made this event happen!!!
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REFLECTIONS on an OLDIE BUT POWERFULLY GOOD FILM

By Judith B. CArlson
Written October 05, 2012
What a thrill to again see LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, with an all male cast...most of whom have aged beyond belief, once seeing them as young and handsome actors. This is a real piece of poignant history...the perils of the desert and the compelling struggles. LAWRENCE is so well-played by Peter O'Toole...done with brilliance, along with Omar Shariff, and others....all brilliantly and valiantly cast and acted. The gripping story is filled with action, and so true to the believable, unlike most modern films. It was a wonderful revival and I am so glad I got the announcement from Fandango. It was well-worth the 2 hour drive and taking a friend who also appreciated it so much.
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Lawrence Of Arabia remastered

By Joannfan
Written October 05, 2012
Viewing this epic movie on the big screen after being digitally remastered was a most amazing experience. A movie of this magnitude was meant to be seen on the big screen. The actors give compelling perfomances. The cinematography, directing and the musical score were breathtaking! I look forward to when my grandchildren are old enough to watch this movie and hope that we will get the opportunity again to see it on the big screen. Thanks TCM and your partners for all that you do.
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Lawrence of Arabia

By earbobgirl
Written October 07, 2012
This film must be seen on the big screen. The landscape is so huge and a major character in the film. Great acting by great actors. If you want to know more about the western conflict in the Middle East before oil this movie will increase your understanding.
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Problems with the screening

By doctorsister1
Written October 05, 2012
I can only assume a very young staff member was running the digital projector, but they got the timeing all wrong for intermission. I don't think any kid under thirty has ever seen a movie with an intermission. They just darkened the screen when INTERMISSION appeared. 15 minutes later, they began the run-down of a clock....another 15 minutes! Then, once the clock cleared, the movie didn't get started for another ten minutes, making the INTERMISSION incredibly long in the middle of a three hour and forty-five minute movie!!!!! Yikes...it added a whole lot of time to the otherwise beautiful film that I am grateful to have seen at last on a big screen. But HOLY COW.....movie started at 7PM (kind of...also late) and finshed at almost 11:30PM). That! was way too long...they need a crash course on timimg, playing the music and keeping it moving
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