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Glass

#1 Post by CR80 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:13 pm

I didn't know where to put a question without being annoying. It says put questions in Film Discussion, so I'm starting a thread for Glass to ask the question.

I can't see the tickets anywhere on the O2 Priority App. I also can't see any guide to the O2 Priority App. Could anyone advise on where to find the tickets?

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Re: Glass

#2 Post by dannywizkid » Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:17 pm

I’m having the same trouble locating the film via the o2 app as well, it doesn’t seem to be in there

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Re: Glass

#3 Post by stuartboy » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:36 pm

It was on the app this morning with a countdown to going live at 12 midday. I was able to book then. It did say that tickets would be released in batches between 7th and 9th so I'm presuming the link has gone until tomorrow again. The link it goes to is the Weticketit site.
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Re: Glass

#4 Post by CR80 » Mon Jan 07, 2019 11:03 pm

stuartboy wrote:It was on the app this morning with a countdown to going live at 12 midday. I was able to book then. It did say that tickets would be released in batches between 7th and 9th so I'm presuming the link has gone until tomorrow again. The link it goes to is the Weticketit site.
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Re: Glass

#5 Post by stuartboy » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:32 pm

Glass is currently back up on O2 Priority app. (States ends in 24 minutes - 3pm)

https://priority.o2.co.uk/offers/5c1d02 ... -see-glass

Cannot confirm availability as already redeemed my voucher.
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Re: Glass

#6 Post by steve9872 » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:51 pm

Manchester is waiting list
The others are book now
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Re: Glass

#7 Post by tonethestone » Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:58 am

Really enjoyed Split & Unbreakable but this one is so disappointing. Id seen a few poor reviews before I watched, and sadly they were correct, this had so much promise but sadly fails for the most part. 2/5.
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Re: Glass

#8 Post by stuartboy » Wed Jan 16, 2019 10:57 pm

Bit late now, but anyone any idea whether I need to revise Unbreakable and Split before seeing Glass - the third in the trilogy - tomorrow night?
I can't remember Unbreakable and don't think I ever saw Split.
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Re: Glass

#9 Post by steve » Fri Jan 18, 2019 8:46 am

I enjoyed this. Thought it made a change from the usual run of the mill superhero films. Doubt the cinema (Trafford centre) was even half full. Which is strange as all the tickets seemed to have been allocated

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Re: Glass

#10 Post by stuartboy » Fri Jan 18, 2019 9:32 am

Edinburgh was barely a quarter full, and they'd booked the largest of the screening rooms. Each seat had free bottled water and fresh popcorn - what a waste! They also started the film 10 minutes early.

To answer my own question (again!!!) this does seem very much to be Unbreakable Part Three and as such doesn't really make it as a stand-alone movie. Apart from a few action set pieces it is actually quite a dull slow moving film and apart from a few silly voices very little happens. At least two main actors could have done this performance via phone from the beach. The third did all the work for both the other two.
I wouldn't rush...
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Member No. 49 of the "100 free films in 2013" club. 125 different films seen
Member No. 49 of the "100 free films in 2012" club. 128 different films seen
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