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The Best of Upcoming Movies

with Lisa Dib

 

Admit it  - you love the 20-odd minutes of trailers when you're waiting for your movie to start. I mean, sure, the ads are annoying and tedious, but the trailers ... 

As you sit munching on your Choc Top, it's a real joy to see what movies are making their way to us. You sit thrilled, excited, enraged, annoyed, even saddened. You turn to the person beside you and say, "That looks good, we should see it when it comes out" and then you remember you came to the cinema alone and that person quietly moves to another row.

We hope you enjoy our coming attractions!

 


 

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