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What a bumpy ride

By irmanalexy27
Written March 22, 2012
The movie was beatiful on the big screen. Had seen it before but had very diffrent effect seeing it on the big screen. It was funny, sad, I even cried. I wish I could see all my favorites this way. I think the movie is for all ages as it has survived 70 years.
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First time seeing....

By JLRicks
Written March 22, 2012
This was my first time seeing Casablanca and I loved it. The only downside to seeing it, was the theater had us next to Project X. So for he entire movie we hear "boom, boom boom" It was very distracting.
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Still Romantic at 70

By martharay2012
Written March 23, 2012
This movie is only a few years older than I am; but is still so filled with romance!! I love it. It was so special to see it on the big screen with a theater full of people who were all responding to the iconic images & script lines that have become a part of our classic movie-loving culture. BRAVO to TCM & Fandango events for putting this together. Can we hope for more of the same in the future?? All of us hopeless romantic classic film lovers are begging for more.
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We'll always have...Casablanca.

By nolesteve
Written March 22, 2012
What an incredible evening: to see Ingrid Bergman & Humphrey Bogart light up the big screen in Casablanca, 70 years after its initial premiere. A timeless classic...& a great audience tonight at the theater. The sold out showing gave us all a reason to actually turn off our cell phones & enjoy one another's company, as we laughed & cried to a movie we all hold in such high regard.
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I'm so glad I got to see this movie on the bigscreen!

By coco_le_chat
Written May 04, 2015
I hope in the future we get to see more of these old classics brought back to the big screen. It was truly a different experience than watching it on the home tv.
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