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More Movie Madness: Death Note, 20th Century Boys

Oh hey, they're screening stuff in January, too!



20th Century Boys 
20th Century Boys 
Not too terribly long ago I reported on VIZ Cinema's take two on the Gurren Lagann movie double-feature screening, which will repeat this February. But it turns out that a few other big names are going to be shown at the New People center: Death Note and the second 20th Century Boys film
 
Now, I've seen all the Death Note movies, but somehow I suspect we might want to take AHR to the Death Note movie marathon on January 30th, which features Death Note and Death Note: The Last Name (but not L: Change the WorLd). If you've been listening to the Squadcast, you know why! Tickets are $15 to see both films, or presumably $10 to see one.
 
And then on February 9th we'll get to see the second of the 20th Century Boys film trilogy. John and I went to see the first (which is currently out on DVD) and really dug it, so you can be we'll be back for the second-- which is being screened to promote ITS DVD release, due February 16th. $10 tickets are available, but if you buy the special $25 ticket you also get a copy of the DVD and a pin, which is a pretty good deal.     
 
FoxxFireArt moderator on Jan. 29, 2010 at 8:50 a.m.
I personally invite everyone to avoid anything VIZ touches. Best to get it on Blue Ray when it comes out. There will probably be some jack @$$ talking in the theater anyways and food wont then cost you an arm and a leg.
crusader8463on Jan. 29, 2010 at 9:58 a.m.
I wish i lived in a place where theaters did cool stuff like this. I loved those deathnote movies. I watched them shortly after watching the anime. While i was disappointed initially at how they differed from the series at first, they kind of grew on me and i found i liked them for their differences rather then seeing it as a negative on them.
InfiniteGeasson Jan. 29, 2010 at 1:29 p.m.
I wish they did cool stuff like this at theaters near me.
ThePsychoGameron Jan. 29, 2010 at 4:51 p.m.
I wonder what the theme to 20th century boys will be, maybe something that lacks any real connection but would be awsome
 
 

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