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Authored by: einsteinium on May 01, '06 11:10:08AM

if you know what you want to see, a simple google search will do the trick. Simply type: "movie name, zip code" and a list of nearby theaters and showtimes is returned.



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Re: Google for movies
Authored by: yostinso on May 01, '06 11:18:49AM

Likewise, the first link returned when Googling for "movies, 01609" is a link to Google's list of all movies currently playing in your area, which includes links to the IMDB entry, showtimes, and some links to reviews.



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Re: Google for movies
Authored by: Baby Bloc on May 01, '06 05:35:33PM

I never heard of this Google tip, works for Canada too: "Movies V6A 1G2" gives me a link to Vancouver BC movie times, neat.

I also use this Canadian site which lets you customize which theatres to check. http://www.cinemaclock.com

I have twin four-year olds and we've been to a couple of theatres. Can I just say that we don't go to the movies much because they play the volume so loud that my kids start crying and covering their ears? I never had to wear ear-plugs to the movies when I was a kid. I HATE the local IMAX theatre for this and will never go back there again. I prepared the girls so they wouldn't be scared of the giant sharks, then the the opening credits' volume drove us from the theatre. I don't think the girls care, it was all good time spent together, but I wanted to see the movie!

Back to the library for free DVD's.... Take my money elsewhere.



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