October 27, 2016
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IMAX schedules a week of discounted ‘old favorites’

HollywoodNews.com: Since Contagion isn’t exactly burning up the IMAX box office and Real Steel still has a week before opening, IMAX is trying something a little different. For one week, starting tomorrow, various IMAX theaters will be showing a slate of three popular IMAX titles over the last three years. For just $7 a ticket, you can opt to revisit Star Trek, Inception, and Fast Five on the large-screen format. Nothing much to add here, but I almost hope this starts an occasional trend.

I’m not sure if my schedule would permit such a thing, but I’d love the opportunity to revisit Batman Begins and The Dark Knight in their IMAX glory before seeing The Dark Knight Rises. Anyway, click on the link below the big banner ad for tickets and what not, otherwise consider this a plug for what I think is a rather fun and smart idea. Will you be attending any of next week’s bargain rereleases? What movies would you like the chance to revisit in IMAX, or what older movies would you pay to see reconverted to IMAX (IE – the Lord of the Rings trilogy?). Share below if so inclined.

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Mendelson's Memos: The basics - 30 years old, married with one child, currently residing in Woodland Hills, CA. I am simply a longtime film critic and pundit of sorts, especially in the realm of box office. The main content will be film reviews, trailer reviews, essays, and box office analysis and comparison. I also syndicate myself at The Huffington Post and Open Salon. I will update as often as my schedule allows. Yes, I'm on Facebook/Twitter/LinkIn, so feel free to find me there. All comments are appreciated, just be civil and try to keep a level discourse, as I will make every effort to do the same. Read more at Mendelson's Memos:

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