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I like Moviefone. I think that it is a bit difficult to navigate once I found the movie, in terms of times, and location. I could not buy the tickets on-line. The function "Buy Tickets" did not open. In the end, I got the tickets. It is a good source of movie availability
I think this app is awesome, it lets you choose the theatres and also shows where off the grid movies are shown, it doesn't just allow you to see what is popular that is coming out but also the specialty movies that are only limited to certain theatres and locations.
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"A wonderful gift card" - By J. Arias (Parts Unknown, USA)
We were able to use the gift card to purchase tickets. What they don't tell you is that they only accept one gift card per order online. So, if you purchase two cards, thinking it will cover the entire ticket purchase, it won't. The balance will be charged to a credit card that you must provide at the time of purchase. As long as you know that, and they should have indicated that on their website, definitely a good gift idea. Can also be used at the theater.
"A Captivating Look at the Movie Palaces of Yesterday" - By Laura M. Dean
My first job was at a multi-screen movie theater in a mall only 13 years ago, and that theater is gone too. "Ticket to Paradise" by John Margolies is a wonderful, captivating look at the bygone era of grand movie theaters. Full of intriguing photos, most in color, this book leads you by the hand through the days when going to the movies was fun. I was astonished at how extravagant even the small town theaters were, and the thought and ingenuity that was put into the design of the signs and marquees. It's heartbreaking to me that most of these georgeous old theaters were shut down, to be replaces by sanatized 20 screen theaters that had nothing memorable about them, most even built without marquees, these days. This book will take you back before the term ... full review
This powerful book held my interest from beginning to end. Tyler Hadley had no empathy for anyone. As you read the book you'll see all the red flags that everyone missed. That is the mind boggling puzzle, why no one could tell that he was a classic psychopath. The book reads like a psychological thriller. How could this happen? The book leaves the reader asking "why" just as was asked in the book by certain people. The social network of Facebook plays an important role. The author gets it right with the tone and language as the book portrays the culture and society in which the crime took place. Loved it!
I am a huge dog lover so this case was perfect for me. It is colorful, fun, and different. I don't expect to see many (if any) people with their phones in the same case. It is really cute and fit my phone very well.
"A great mini encyclopedia" - By Muzikman (Washington, DC)
This book is a wonderful mini encyclopedia about a number of different subjects known to man. It's a great gift to give a young child (or even adults) to give them a reason to expand their knowledge about different subjects! I truly recommend this book for someone who wants to know a basic understanding of the most important topics that has happened in recent history.
"Review of Criminology Goes to the Movies" - By CP
Professors Nicole Rafter and Michelle Brown have introduced a new book into the field of criminology that will impact the way that students and scholars take stock of and understand theory. The authors review the main tenets of major criminological theories, which serves to introduce the academic side of the theory, while placing the theory within the context of popular movies. This is a fresh and interesting way to bring together the academic pursuit of criminology and popular culture. I was intrigued throughout the book at how well the authors were able to connect complex criminological concepts to the films that we have all come to enjoy. I believe that this book is not only well-suited for the classroom but also an entertaining read for anyone interested in criminological theory or crime movies.
This is a resource you will go back to again and again. Lots of helpful techniques, ways to adapt common chidhood games...well worth the money if you counsel elementary school kids. Content probably too young for kids over 13.