All in Good Time

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Re: All in Good Time

#11 Post by jeanelle » Wed Apr 25, 2012 10:04 pm

Really enjoyed this tonight, well observed and amusing. I remember the original The Family Way with Hayley Mills. Lovely to see Beate, c_turtle and Valda - thank you Valda for the choc n chilli cookie.
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Re: All in Good Time

#12 Post by soonforgotten » Wed Apr 25, 2012 10:42 pm

I saw this about a month back. I liked it, despite the rushed resolution.

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Re: All in Good Time

#13 Post by elski » Thu Apr 26, 2012 12:06 am

Great to see so many people at the screening tonight in Leicester Sq. Added some pics of the event on our FB page: http://on.fb.me/HZ4luX
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Re: All in Good Time

#14 Post by canadian_turtle » Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:16 pm

This was a charming feel-good film with plenty of laughs from the audience without retorting to crude humour like so many other flicks nowadays. I do think the final scene and the storyline connected to that was unnecessary though. It was an attempt at adding some seriousness to the story, which it really didn't need to as it was good as it was.

The fact that it was the cast and crew screening made it of course feel extra special though the drinks reception beforehand did mean that plenty of people got up during the film to go to the bathroom which was a bit distracting. I myself spent the last 30 minutes or so with my legs fiercely crossed as I didn't want to get up and disturb the people besides me (note to self: do not drink 3 breezers within 30 mins time and then not go to the bathroom).

Also great to see surprise Marc Warren sitting to our right in the row in front of us. Unfortunately he didn't go to the drinks reception afterwards (can't blame him, drinks were no longer free) and when we spotted him downstairs he was on his phone and we didn't want to disturb him.

Lovely to see Jeancomp + friend, Valda and Beate + OH too. Many thanks in particular to Valda for the delicious cookies which provided me with some much needed dinner after the drinks. And I have to apologise to Jeancomp for my anti-social behaviour before the film as I thought I'd be able to both check my messages on my phone and chat at the same time, but clearly I have to practise some more...

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Re: All in Good Time

#15 Post by RickyRaj » Thu Apr 26, 2012 3:26 pm

I agree, a great, funny feel good film :)
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Re: All in Good Time

#16 Post by Beate » Sun Apr 29, 2012 4:00 pm

There's an article about Amara Karan, the bride, in Friday's ES Magazine. Apparently she was a banker before she decided to start acting. She was also in The Darjeeling Limited, but I hated that film so have no recollection of her, and she will be in A Fantastic Fear of Everything with Simon Pegg.
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Re: All in Good Time

#17 Post by prettyxcool » Wed May 02, 2012 8:25 pm

Saw this at RichMix last night, first time there for a film. Almost opposite Shoreditch High Street Overground or 10 minutes walk from Liverpool Street Station. Lovely large screening room upstairs and great incline. Shame it was half full. The two young stars came in to introduce the film, stayed and watched and then did an Q&A. Fab! Amara Karan was very eloquent and knowledgeable (I later learned that she got a 2:1 in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University!). Seen Reece Ritchie somewhere before (and realised it was Lovely Bones), such a pretty boy. hope_prince saw him sitting in the foyer before the film, but never said anything to me! ;) Thanks for the company though, hope_prince.

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Re: All in Good Time

#18 Post by Beate » Wed May 02, 2012 9:02 pm

prettyxcool wrote: hope_prince saw him sitting in the foyer before the film, but never said anything to me! ;)
She knows you well by now, you would have only stalked him for a kiss and a photo! :giggle:
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Re: All in Good Time

#19 Post by hopeprince » Thu May 03, 2012 1:24 am

Haha cause he had this hat on so it took me a bit to put two and two together. By that time we were already inside.
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Re: All in Good Time

#20 Post by hottips » Thu May 03, 2012 10:39 pm

prettyxcool wrote:Saw this at RichMix last night, first time there for a film. Almost opposite Shoreditch High Street Overground or 10 minutes walk from Liverpool Street Station. Lovely large screening room upstairs and great incline. Shame it was half full. The two young stars came in to introduce the film, stayed and watched and then did an Q&A. Fab! Amara Karan was very eloquent and knowledgeable (I later learned that she got a 2:1 in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University!). Seen Reece Ritchie somewhere before (and realised it was Lovely Bones), such a pretty boy. hope_prince saw him sitting in the foyer before the film, but never said anything to me! ;) Thanks for the company though, hope_prince.

Such a big hearted, warm and funny film. Loved it. 9/10
I watched this with my son. We both enjoyed it, but felt that it had such a strong comedic element at the beginning which quickly dropped away. ingand sentimental in parts with no real surprises. My son expected something more along the lines of East is East and so he was slightly disappointed

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