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The Lady in a Van

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Post by Polly on Tue 17 Nov 2015 - 10:04

Hia
Taking myself of to the flicks later

Going to see Lady in a van

I am not really a film buff but now and again a film comes up that I fancy
But no one to go with I don't go and miss out

 So today I am taking the bull by the horns and going as Billy no mates 
Well if you go with someone you don't talk while the film is on 


The last films I missed were Sufregettes and War Horse

Can't believe someone can live on someone's drive way in a van for years 
Ummmmmmm:R0fl:

Let you know how the film was

If I get on alright will be seeing what other films come up
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Re: The Lady in a Van

Post by Polly on Tue 17 Nov 2015 - 20:24

Hia

Well.i did it went to the flicks on my own

Thought I would be the only one there
But quite a few ladies and the odd gent

Yes a ladies film and it was good
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Post by tessajoe on Tue 17 Nov 2015 - 20:45

the last time we went the pictures was to see papillon.the time before that was rocky {we didnt go to see anymore rocky films as margarita learnt to much from rocky} Razz

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Re: The Lady in a Van

Post by Chameleon on Wed 18 Nov 2015 - 0:56

Well done Polly. I'm looking to buy dvd when released.
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Re: The Lady in a Van

Post by paulmold on Wed 18 Nov 2015 - 10:09

I can't believe the price of the book, in WHSmith's it's £6.99 and less than a quarter of the thickness of a standard paperback (only 96 pages). You can get a ebook for £1.79 though.
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Re: The Lady in a Van

Post by Tugga on Wed 18 Nov 2015 - 12:45

Well done Polly.  I used to see single people at the cinema all the time so didn't think you would be alone.

I saw Suffragette - it was very good, in fact the best film for a long while.
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