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Stephan Shelley
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Grand Lake is confirmed for one of the 10 prints.

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Brad Miller
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LOOK Cinemas is booked in 5/70 as well. (Studio Movie Grill is sitting this one out just like they did with Batman vs. Superman.)

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David J Hilsgen
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Willow Creek in plymouth.MN got confirmed for Wonder Woman in 70MM .

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Mark Gulbrandsen
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Praying for a decent 70mm movie to come along. So sick of comic book crap.

Mark

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Kenneth Wuepper
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How about restoring "Hello Dolly" in 5/70

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Kenneth Wuepper
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I would love to see a restored 5/70 of "Fiddler on the Roof"

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Paul Mayer
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Well, we do have Dunkirk in 5/70 coming in July... [Smile]

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Steven Warrington
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In NYC, City Cinemas 1,2,3 is screening a 70mm print.

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Thomas Hauerslev
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in 70mm:

WILLOW CREEK 12 - Plymouth, MN
City Cinemas 1,2,3, NYC,
RENAISSANCE GRAND LAKE THEATRE - Oakland
LOOK Cinemas, Texas
Gateway Film Center, Columbus, Ohio
ArcLight Sherman Oaks, CA
ArcLight Cinerama Dome, CA
Cineplex Cinemas Varsity, Toronto, Canada

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Mark Gulbrandsen
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Dunkirk... Pffft! A great historical story for sure. But told in multiple film formats again and with no theaters left to properly show it in.

Todays directors are pretty much right out of the toilet.

Mark

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Dave Macaulay
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I expect Dunkirk to fall flat in the USA. Without the Americans being the heros that save the day (and world), nobody will care about it.

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Sam D. Chavez
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You're cynical but you're right. Of course it does show the Brits getting trounced so our many xenophobic citizens might love it.

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Frank Angel
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I guess everyone forgets that it was the British were the ones came over here and tried to kill us all...they weren't such buddy buddy friends back then. And it was the French who we mock now but who backed us up and saved our asses more than once.

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Sam D. Chavez
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Some of us remember the French loaned money when no one would, not the Dutch and certainly not the Brits

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Bobby Henderson
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quote: Dave Macaulay
I expect Dunkirk to fall flat in the USA. Without the Americans being the heros that save the day (and world), nobody will care about it.
I can't remember if Das Boot made a lot of money in its theatrical release back in the early 1980's. But it was at least a remarkable critical success, racking up several Oscar nominations (including Best Director for Wolfgang Petersen). That movie was popular here in the United States, regardless of it being a German language movie and one featuring German Navy U-boat men as the protagonists. The movie was still very terrifying and entertaining. I personally think it's one of the best war movies ever made.

With that being said, I wouldn't pass judgment on Dunkirk just yet. I would be more concerned if it had some corny "Murrphh!!" moments like Interstellar.

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