2nd Jun 11, 14:13 #21The world according to Taki Inoue: https://mobile.twitter.com/takiinoue/status/301406167249326080
2nd Jun 11, 17:40 #22
I saw this movie a month ago with English subtitles, won't tell ya how *cough*. Very well made, although won't make you shed any tears henners88. It's very detailed, accurate and very long. Won't appeal to a casual fan, but is a MUST watch for a hardcore die-hard F1 fan, even if you have seen Senna's career unfold.
Also, it shows Prost in a rather bad light, almost like a villain, so I'm sure Prost fans are gonna call it biased. When I saw the director's name, it was Indian, so I was seriously hoping he doesn't Bollywoodize this. Thankfully that's not the case.
2nd Jun 11, 18:26 #23
That's not what I've heard at all X. Many have said that it will appeal to a huge number of people who haven't even seen an F1 race.The one about the f-ing hairdresser, the space hairdresser & the cowboy. The guy, he's got a tin foil pal & a pedal bin. His father's a robot & he's f-ing f-d his sister. Lego! They're all made of f-ing lego.
2nd Jun 11, 18:46 #24
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Hopefully will get to see it this weekend though given some of the fantastic reviews its had from the non-F1 British press it seems like a very limited release.
2nd Jun 11, 19:13 #25
Apparently on IMDB the film actually gets its highest scores from American women, many of whom weren't expecting him to die when the film gets to Imola '94.
2nd Jun 11, 21:25 #26
I cant seem to find it being shown outside of London other than at Showcase later this month. The Showcase airing is on my birthday so the I guess the other half is really lucking out this year. Who needs a posh fancy meal when you can go see a Senna movie eh?My phone has an alarm clock! Ner Ner!
2nd Jun 11, 21:27 #27
Sorted - Off to Bluewater for the 7:45 tomorrow night. Not many seats left though.Opinions are like ar5eholes, everyone has one.
2nd Jun 11, 21:32 #28
2nd Jun 11, 21:41 #29
Booked for Newcastle on Saturday!
2nd Jun 11, 22:00 #30
It's on in quite a lot of Cineworld cinemas. I'll be seeing it in Edinburgh on Saturday
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2nd Jun 11, 22:48 #31
3rd Jun 11, 07:28 #32
It will, but we're all used to seeing F1 on the TV. This is the type of thing which needs to be seen on the big screen.
3rd Jun 11, 08:16 #33
Originally Posted by Vue Cinemas
Accoriding to the Odeon website they are showing it at: Camden, Covent Garden, Kensington, Kingston & Richmond...which looks strangely clustered on the map, althought tbf I think that's just this week rather than the wider release later in the month.
I know that this will be a bit of a niche film but surely the odd showing can't be too much to expect, especially given the rave reviews that it's had from motoring and non-motoring press and anyone that's seen it. I also get that testing it in a few cinemas to see what turnouts are like is a good idea, but ffs do they all have to be in London?The one about the f-ing hairdresser, the space hairdresser & the cowboy. The guy, he's got a tin foil pal & a pedal bin. His father's a robot & he's f-ing f-d his sister. Lego! They're all made of f-ing lego.
3rd Jun 11, 09:39 #34
I guess I should have bought the top of the range one to get those extra features
3rd Jun 11, 09:43 #35
It's a slightly biased documentary about a dead F1 driver; it is almost as far from the mainstream as you can get (maybe if it was in Portuguese with subtitles it would be further). Cinemas are businesses and find it had to make money as it is so it is very understandable that it is limited to largest population centres to maximise revenues and that means London with it's 10+ million people will get the lions share.
Like it or not rave reviews do not guarantee bums on seats... Subject matter does and I know if this was a slightly biased documentary about the life of Pele I would have no interest in seeing it... this will appeal mostly to F1 fans only... and even then I am a fan, I've followed F1 since the mid 1980's and have attended several races in that time but I have no interest in seeing it so I can certainly see why it is on such limited release
3rd Jun 11, 09:44 #36
If you can see it at the cinema (unless you have a house from MTV Cribs with a private cinema) - the in car footage on cinema screen is fantastic.WRC3 championship, WRC4 championship, WRC4 PCWRC, WRC4 ERC
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3rd Jun 11, 09:57 #37
3rd Jun 11, 10:00 #38
I will no doubt find out when I get home what she wants from me in return - a wallet opening experience I suspect....Opinions are like ar5eholes, everyone has one.
3rd Jun 11, 10:01 #39
3rd Jun 11, 10:11 #40