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I saw it in the old CAYOM thread and thought it look neat:

 

Spark: Homeward: An IMAX 3D Experience 

Friday, May 4th

7:00 PM

100% full

 

It was a pretty varied audience. Everyone from all ages were there: families, teens/young adults, adults and even some seniors.

 

Trailers

 

Kim Possible - some laughs from the family section of the crowd. Teens were also interested.

Call Of Duty - A bit of chatter

Howling Commandos - A decent amount of chatter.

The Odyssey: Council Of The Dead -  Silence but cheers at the end of the trailer. 

The Scavenger Wars - Lots of chatter and a few laughs from T-Bot. The audience dug it, it’ll be big.

Notes From The Otherspace - Lots of intrigued feelings. People were interested to say the least.

Prince Of Egypt - Lots of chatter. Cheers where head whenever a bit of music was played.

 

The movie although wasn’t as good as the first but the audiences loved it. Lots of laughs especially from Aera and cheers.

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Pokémon: The Journey Begins

Thursday, August 11th, Y2

7:30 PM

100% full

 

The audience is filled with teens and young adults alike. Also a few clusters of families and kids. A group of 25+ year old men are also there.

 

Trailers

Ta2ed Teenage Alien Fighters From Beverly Hills - Lots of laughs

Crash Bandicoot - some laughs, some cheers (due to some of the gaming crowd recognition)

Sitting Ducks - some laughs

Treasure Planet - mild chatter

Voltron: Rise Of Lotor - chatter, laughs at Lance, lots of oohs and aahs. Flawless reception, crowd love it

Call of Duty - audience loved the teaser, cheers at the end

 

The audience as expected ate it up. The fans loved it as did I. Cheers at various Gym Leaders and battles.

 

Voltron: Rise Of Lotor 

Friday, December 21st, Y2

11:15 AM

85% full

 

Audiences is mainly male skewed, some families are here as well as some young women as well some seniors in the crowd as well.

 

Trailers

Earth Defense Force - a little bit of chatter

God of War - chatter, some thought it was cheesy fun

Cataclysmic - mild chatter but audiences were intrigued 

He Man II: Skeletor’s Revenge - mild chatter, some love for Hemsworth’s Buzz Off

The Odyssey: Council Of The Dead - lots of chatter

Spark: Homeward - lots of chatter, some laughs at the end

The Scavenger Wars - lots of chatter, audiences were definitely curious about the film

 

The audience loved the movie, lots of cheers and laughs and a bit of crying at 

Spoiler

Keith’s death and funeral.

All and all it should dominate the holidays.

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24 minutes ago, YourMother the Edgelord said:

The audience loved the movie, lots of cheers and laughs and a bit of crying at 

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I presume that theater did not include many KLance shippers in the audience.

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Bounty Hamster in 3D

Sunday, May 20th Y2

5:00 PM

75% full 

 

Tons of families are here, a small group of teens are there as well, and two older men.

 

 

Trailers

Mermaid - mild chatter

Samurai Pizza Cats - small laughs

Crash Bandicoot - chatter and some laughs 

Peter and The Starcatchers - silence, a teen snickered it looks awful

To The Moon - chatter, some sniffles from he adults

Sitting Ducks - laughs and chatter

Chessmen - Silence, did not look the best

 

 

The whole audience was laughing the whole damn movie and I don’t blame them, the movie is that funny. WOM should be stellar as well. Loved the movie.

 

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Ripper

Friday, June 7th

3:00 PM

65% full

 

Full of older men, some teens are inside as well as well as a few women

 

Trailers

Call of Duty - mild chatter, oohs at moments

The Howling - mild chatter, a few jumps at moments 

Fatal Rendezvous - chatter, audience loved it

Doom - no response 

Cross Country - mild chatter

The Scavenger Wars - chatter, lots of great feedback

Blood and Fur: Inglorious Paw-stards - Laughs galore for this one, gasps at certain moments 

 

The audience along with me, throughly enjoyed the movie, WOM should be solid to say the least.

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Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive: An IMAX Experience 

Saturday, November 2nd Y3

1:15 PM

100% full

 

This theater is absolutely stuffed with families, apart from like 2 teens and a small group of adults, that’s pretty much it.

 

Trailers:

The Number One Dime - applause and tons of chatter

Baseball Boy: Swing For The Fences - mild chatter

Can You Imagine? - chatter

Our City: Growth - chatter, lots of laughs

American Dragon: Darkness Rising - chatter, lots of oohs and aahs at action pieces 

Amulet II: The Last Council - applause and tons of chatter 

The Second Crash Bandicoot - chatters, laughs at the end

 

The audience loved it, especially the kids, (the teens laughed a bit at the drunk scene), think it’ll play well during the holidays.

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Metropolitan Cinemas 

7/19/Y3

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The Scavenger Wars

10:00, 10:30, 11:30, 12:00, 12:30, 1:15, 1:45, 2:45, 3:15, 4:35, 5;05, 6:35, 8:20, 9:20, 9:50, 10:20, 11:10, 11:40

The Scavenger Wars: The IMAX Experience 

10:00, 1:30, 4:00, 5:00, 7:00, 8:10, 11:00

Howling Commandos

10:10, 12:30, 1:35, 2:45, 4:00, 6:10, 7:00, 10:00

Howling Commandos: In Digital 3D 

10:35, 1:20, 4:00, 6:45, 9:25, 12:05

Howling Commandos: In Dolby Cinema

10:00, 1:00, 4:00, 7:30, 10:30

Island Of The Blue Dolphins

10:00, 10:50, 11:00, 11:05, 12:50, 1:00, 1:50, 3:05, 3:30, 4:30, 5:05, 6:15, 7:10, 7:15, 8:55, 9:15, 11:00

The Great Inferno

10:00, 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 10:00

Inversion

11:25, 2:00, 4:30, 7:05, 9:35, 12:15

Call Of Duty

10:25, 10:55, 1:05, 1:35, 3:40, 4:15, 6:30, 7:00, 9:50, 12:15

Finding Gobi

10:55, 1:25, 4:00, 6:35, 9:00

Second Wind: Stormy Seas

10:40, 1:20, 4:05

The Odyssey: Council Of The Dead 

11:40, 2:30, 5:00, 7:30, 10:00

Ripper

3:40, 6:45, 10:05

 

20 screens

2 IMAXs

1 Dolby Cinema

 

 

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19 minutes ago, YourMother the Edgelord said:

The Scavenger Wars: The IMAX Experience 

10:00, 1:00, 4:00, 7:30, 10:30

Those are very tight margins for a film that's almost 2 and three quarter hours long unless there are two IMAX screens.

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11 minutes ago, cookie said:

Those are very tight margins for a film that's almost 2 and three quarter hours long unless there are two IMAX screens.

They're two IMAX screens and a Dolby Cinema at the theater.

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The Scavenger Wars: An IMAX 3D Experience

July 18th

7:00pm

85% full

 

The audience skewed a bit older with less families than, say, Spark or Voltron, but it was still a pretty diverse crowd. Mostly seemed to be between the age of 21-35 with a fairly even split of gender.

 

Indigenous - Mostly silence, some "WTF"s at the end.

The Chrysalids - some excited chatter and a few gasps

Wolves of the Deep - some interest, but BIG reactions when Neeson shot himself out of the submarine.

Gamera - Some silence, but it was cool to see the trailer in IMAX.

The Prince of Egypt - Some interested chatter, one person even humming along with "When You Believe."

Mirror's Edge: Catalyst - A new trailer, with some interest.

The Number-One Dime - Quite a few laughs, despite being an older audience.

 

The audience seemed fully invested for the entire runtime, which is no easy feat. Some of the jokes fell a bit flat, but were mostly met with lots of laughter. Quite a few gasps, especially with the red hot bar scene with Packer, and applause at the end. Should be a film that sticks around for a while.

 

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Peter and the Starcarcher

December 27th

3:45m

40% full

 

The audience was mostly families, but a few groups of adults in there. One group of teens in the back, but it seems to be not a super big crowd.

 

My Peoples - A few laughs and quite some intrigue overall

Lilo & Stitch - Quite a few laughs, audience seemed invested

Redeeming Love - A few horrified reactions, parents screaming and covering childrens' eyes.

Finding Gobi - Not much of a reaction, but a good pallate cleanser.

RuPaul's Best Friend Race - not....much of a reaction.

Dan the Alpaca - a few muted chuckles, but not too much else.

 

The audience was completely confused by the film's climax, which seems to come literally the fuck out of nowhere. It just kind of....ended. The audience left in disbelief, while a theater worker informed them that there was no glitch in projection - this is actually how the film was released.

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3 hours ago, Spagheditary said:

Redeeming Love - A few horrified reactions, parents screaming and covering childrens' eyes.

 

I feel like this is one of those movies where the marketing would be as misleading as humanly possible.

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War of The Gods: An IMAX 3D Experience

8/3/Y2

7:00 pm

85% full

 

The Theater is wide variety of people. Mainly adults, groups of teen and a few families. 

 

Trailers: 

Pokémon: The Journey Begins - lots of chatter, audience are very hyped and invested

Treasure Planet - decent amounts of chatter, interest is their

Ta2ed Teenage Alien Fighters From Beverly Hills - Lots of laughs from the audience especially at Bob Bob 

Storm Hunters - some chatter, some thought it looked cool

Conductive - muted chatter, not much interest

Voltron: Rise Of Lotor - tons of applause and chatter

Earth Defense Force - chatter

 

The movie was very good, and the audience loved it, following the appropriate moments in the movie.

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9 minutes ago, YourMother the Edgelord said:

Is it too soon to start doing Y4 films or should we wait for actuals?

Wait for actuals would be my suggestion.

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Island of The Blue Dolphins

 

 

Saturday, July 10th Y3

1:15 PM

75% full

 

Lots of families are here, a handful of women are also in the audience as well as some adults by themselves.

 

Trailers:

Gentle Ben - silence

Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive - Lots of laughs, mild chatter

The Number One Dime - lots of laughs and chatter 

Miraculous - a few chuckles, a few teens dug it

SWAT Kats: The Viper Strikes - lots of laughs, primarily the children were all laughing it up, mild chatter 

Can You Imagine? - lots of chatter and laughs, the audience was clearly engaged 

Halloweentown - Mild laughs

Hope-Fear-Adventure  - silence

 

 

Although some of the families didn’t particularly love the darker moments, the audience specifically the women and adults dug it. All and all it was a great film.

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Pokémon: Rise Of The Rockets

Friday, February 14th Y4

7:30 PM

90% full

 

Lots of young adults and teens are here as well as clusters of families. Quite a few gamers as well.

 

Trailers:

One Piece: The Journey Begins - some intrigue, mild laughs and chatter

Can You Imagine? - Quite a lot of laughs, audience seems very invested

Our City: Growth - A few laughs from the younger children but otherwise dead silence

American Dragon: Darkness Rising - Scattered oohs and aahs as well as laughs, could potentially breakout

The Second Crash Bandicoot - new trailer, audience laughed a little bit but unlike the first, the children found it more appealing and provided the majority

Mass Effect - Lots of chatter and intrigue, audience was most responsive to this

Pillars of Eternity: The Hollow Vale - Lots of intrigue but the trailer wasn’t suited for the younger audience

 

Audience (as did I) throughly enjoyed it more than the predecessor. Lots of laughs from Gary, cheers at the action scenes especially the post credits. Legs should be stronger than the first.

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43 minutes ago, YourMother the Edgelord said:

Pokémon: Rise Of The Rockets

Friday, February 14th Y4

7:30 PM

90% full

 

Lots of young adults and teens are here as well as clusters of families. Quite a few gamers as well.

 

Trailers:

 

Pillars of Eternity: The Hollow Vale - Lots of intrigue but the trailer wasn’t suited for the younger audience

 

 

lol I would definitely not attach PoE to Pokemon :hahaha:

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3 minutes ago, 4815162342 said:

 

lol I would definitely not attach PoE to Pokemon :hahaha:

You always could attach Fortnite :Venom:

Spoiler

Typically studios choose two, and to be honest between the rest of your films excluded Mass Effect, it was probably the lighter choice, not to mention I always imagined Pokémon had a lot of young adults and teens as well.

 

Spoiler

Besides apparently Peter and The Starcatchers had a Redeeming Love trailer attached in an earlier post so...

 

 

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