Written July 02, 2016
Lawrence of Arabia is one of my all-time favorites. Among other things, I've always appreciated the amazing cinematography. Yet, until Oct 4, 2012, I had only been able to enjoy this on the TV screen. What a treat it was to see this fantastic movie in 4K on the big screen! Thank you to the folks who made this 50th anniversary special screening possible. Thank you for the opportunity to treat my Dad--who introduced me to this classic--to a night at the theater for one of our favorite epics!
Written June 29, 2016
I'd never seen this classic film before, but always wanted to. Now was a perfect time, with the remastered visuals and audio, and all of the historic information and other extras. Definitely worth the $15 and the 4 hours.
Written August 31, 2015
Fabulous experience. Movies like this will never be made again. Sir David Lean was a master and we are fortunate to have Lawrence of Arabia re-mastered. Production and interviews included added to the movie. This is a 'don't miss' experience no matter how often you have seen Lawrence of Arabia over the years.
Written January 28, 2015
Though I was one of the youngest people in the audience, was a joy to see! Sweeping visuals, single plot in the story, not one woman in the film!
Amazing acting, so great seeing it as it should be seen...on the big screen!
Will catch as many classics as I can at the movie theatre. Awesome.
Written February 13, 2016
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-".