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To want to go and see inside out at the Movies for Juniors even though my kids are too old now?

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AskBasil Sat 24-Oct-15 14:55:08

I really want to see it. But DD has already seen it and doesn't think she looks young enough anymore to do the Junior thing.

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ThisFenceIsComfy Sat 24-Oct-15 14:57:06

Just go. I bloody love that Movies for Juniors. It's so cheap. We go every week.

ThisFenceIsComfy Sat 24-Oct-15 14:57:34

Even if we have the film at home, may I add. One word. Popcorn.

AskBasil Wed 28-Oct-15 19:54:36

LOL. But they're only showing it in Movies for Juniors so I don't think you can go without a junior

Chilledmonkeybrains Wed 28-Oct-15 20:18:20

Can't you bribe her?

apricotdanish Wed 28-Oct-15 21:12:58

I went with my twelve year old son today, we had funsmile. At school he'll just pretend he saw Sceptre though wink, Inside Out's not really going to go down well with a group of 12 year old boys! (at least not in public). You should go, it's a nice way to spend a couple of hours and Movies for Juniors is a bargain!

BathshebaDarkstone Wed 28-Oct-15 21:15:24

Can you borrow a Junior? grin

helzapoppin2 Wed 28-Oct-15 21:19:51

Waiting for dvd. It looks very good!
Kids in 20s and 30s.

PaulAnkaTheDog Wed 28-Oct-15 21:24:34

I bribed 9 yo Ds to go see it by promising him I'd buy Jurassic World on DVD. Best £10 I ever spent. Such an awesome film!

TheSconeOfStone Wed 28-Oct-15 21:25:14

YANBU it's a great film. We saw it at kids am a couple of weeks ago. I cried. Luckily DD aged just 8 was there to look after me (she's going through ASD screening at the moment so the film really pushed my buttons).

Dungandbother Wed 28-Oct-15 21:58:13

I never read anywhere that juniors had to be in the party attending.

Buy two tickets but go by yourself. Tell them she's in the loo or something.

It's ace. Just go.

DisappointedOne Thu 29-Oct-15 00:18:36

Fab film. Do whatever you can to see it.

Unreasonablebetty Thu 29-Oct-15 00:34:54

No! Go and see it, even on your own.,

We saw it yesterday and the opening weekend.
It's a great film. First time I watched it and it had me in tears, the second time we watched it, I spent a lot of the time thinking that it makes a lot of sense taking into account emotional problems people have that stem from childhood. It helped me figure some things out...

I don't like to but DVDs, they tend to be clutter as I very rarely watch something more than once. When this comes out I'm buying it.

DisappointedOne Thu 29-Oct-15 08:21:21

I've seen it about 8 times (with DD) and have the bluray on preorder.

AnyoneButAndre Thu 29-Oct-15 08:23:21

Our local cinema definitely doesn't allow adults in to kids' club screenings without a child.

OhSoggyBiscuit Thu 29-Oct-15 19:41:41

I just missed out on seeing Inside Out in the cinema for the second time, no shame in watching it minus kids. Too good for them ;)

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