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Lawrence of Arabia...VERY Epic!

By malestudent40
Written October 05, 2012
This movie: "...Lawrence of Arabia..." was more 'EPIC' than I remember so many years ago! BUT...it was NOT worth the $12.50 ticket price...And, what the " Bloody Hell " is a convenience fee? ! ? "...Semi-Starving college student..."
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Lawrence of Arabia - "A+", Regal - St. Louis Mills Projection Staff - "D-"

By CribbageWitch
Written October 05, 2012
I have been a big fan of this film and was over-joyed to see it was once again on the Big Screen. I sat in my seat in great antis-------------ipation. The staff at this venue appeared to know absolutely nothing about the workings of the technology to project the film. Four other patrons and I sat for over an hour waiting for the bugs to be exterminated in the system so that we could enjoy "Lawrence" We would have loved to have seen, in their entirety, all of the featurettes that proceeded the film, But, we were shown only some. The first one was started only at a point a few minutes from its end and not restarted to its beginning. I felt that the five of us in the auditorium were not creating enough revenue to warrant the consideration for the entire featurette. All-in-all, I would give the feature an "A+" and the staff a "D-".
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Lawrence of Arabia

By zogwood
Written October 06, 2012
I really didn't like it. I found it very long and boring. I was extremely uncomfortable sitting all that time and was tempted to get up and walk out of the showing. Besides, it cost me $19 for the parking which I found outrageous. That cost plus the cost of the film $17. made for a very expensive afternoon. Never again!
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Lawrence of Arabia

By scifireader
Written October 05, 2012
The movie was great especailly on the big screen. As someone who had not seen the movie before the introduction by Martin Scorcese, while informative, had many plot spoilers that took away the impact. Yes, younger people went to see the movie!
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lawrence of Arabia

By tomcorcoran
Written July 26, 2014
Date night with the wife. A wonderful remastered version of the classic David Lean film. Stunning print quality enhanced the sweeping desert panoramas and action scenes. In theater experience a trip back in time. Also saw "Singing in the Rain" a few months ago when it was screened. Looking forward to more opportunities to see classic films the "old fashioned" way. Tom C.
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