If you had to choose a crowdpleasing film to watch with up to 40 friends and family

School of Rock

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That was going to be my original choice but it does actually feature some death and quite a degree of peril.

Although similar to this, Stardust :+1:

The hottie and the nottie

Close Encounters got a ltd rerelease a while back and I can confirm it did look amazing on the big screen.

Bubba ho tep

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Blues Brothers

May as well make it a bit of a dance party while you’re there.

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Shoah probably. You’ve got to make the most of it I reckon.

(I’d probably sooner watch Shoah than Hunt For The Wilderpeople again tbf)

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Sing Street. Joyful fun for everyone.

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Was also going to post this. Watched it on holiday with about 12 people, of different ages, and it went down really well. Also watched Upgrade - went down… less well.

Looks good - bit boring though

I guess new = not available to stream/buy yet

In that case, Paddington/Paddington 2 double bill :+1:

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@Witches we should win a screening and do a joint ‘Princess Bride’ and ‘The Thing’ showing!

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Paddington 2 was already top of my list :slight_smile:

Also Die Hard (might do it around xmas)

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The first Jurassic Park with the dinosaurs

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It’s Back to the Future. No other choice really.

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RUSH HOUR

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Purple Rain

Irreversible

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I did not like sing street

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