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Old 01-16-2013, 10:05 AM   #16
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I didn't know popcorn was that cheap. I was thinking it would be more expensive (because what ISN'T usually more expensive at Disney???). Usually, all we ever do is popcorn and pop...SOMETIMES we'll get movie sized box of candy, but not always. I may just bring a few boxes of candy and say that's enough...like others have said- there's already a lot of food every where. I don't want to ruin our dinners or anything either.

I, too, HATE when people are being loud in the theater. It drives me nuts. We just went to a movie last week and a lady had a bag of chips that she brought in- inside of her purse or something. It was SO LOUD. I was happy that they caught her and they took her bag! hahaha. I didn't complain, but someone must have (or the workers heard it)...
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If we got a plate of desserts from the buffet (or other places), can they go into the theater?
DW and I have taken a plate of desserts from Palo Brunch in to the movies.
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Old 01-16-2013, 12:01 PM   #18
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DW and I have taken a plate of desserts from Palo Brunch in to the movies.
You can bring desserts from Palo brunch back to your room is that common?

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Old 01-16-2013, 02:19 PM   #19
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We went to a brunch, ordered hot items from the menu, went through the hot/cold buffet twice, and dessert buffet twice. Our waiter informed us that we had not eaten enough, so he went to the dessert table, loaded a plate with desserts, and asked us to take it back to the room.
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Old 01-16-2013, 02:39 PM   #20
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We've taken fruit and cookies into the movie theatre regularly.

One time, we took hamburgers and fries (I think the movie was at 1pm) - it was pretty awesome sitting in a movie theatre in a cruise ship eating a cheeseburger.....
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We watched "The Avengers" on formal night in our fancy clothes during first seating (we had 2nd seating) and my dad grabbed us 2 of the free beers. It was AWESOME.
Free beer is awesome anytime! My only question is: where did you get free beer on DCL?
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it was pretty awesome sitting in a movie theatre in a cruise ship eating a cheeseburger.....
My daughters two favorite activities...eating cheeseburgers and going to the movie theater. Add to it the fact that she'd be on a Disney Cruise ship! It just might blow her mind! hahahaha.
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Hijacking... Does anyone think it's a waste to go to the theater when you can do that at home?

Not how my DD and I feel AT ALL. We love going to see the movies. We saw Tangled for the first time onboard the Dream.
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We watched "The Avengers" on formal night in our fancy clothes during first seating (we had 2nd seating) and my dad grabbed us 2 of the free beers. It was AWESOME.

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Free beer is awesome anytime! My only question is: where did you get free beer on DCL?
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Hijacking... Does anyone think it's a waste to go to the theater when you can do that at home?

Not how my DD and I feel AT ALL. We love going to see the movies. We saw Tangled for the first time onboard the Dream.
If you have lots of days "at sea" and there isn't a conflicting activity at the same time, then sure, a movie is a fun way to spend an afternoon. Would I stay up past midnight to catch a premEAR? Not likely.
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If you have lots of days "at sea" and there isn't a conflicting activity at the same time, then sure, a movie is a fun way to spend an afternoon. Would I stay up past midnight to catch a premEAR? Not likely.
Yeah, but you have pay to go at home. On the cruise it's included. We've seen lots of movies on our various cruises.

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If you have lots of days "at sea" and there isn't a conflicting activity at the same time, then sure, a movie is a fun way to spend an afternoon. Would I stay up past midnight to catch a premEAR? Not likely.
On my cruise they had Lincoln as the PremEAR - at midnight. Yeah, like I'm going to watch at 2.5 hour movie in the middle of the night. It did show a few other times but I didn't want to give up that much of my vacation.

On the Christmas cruise I did go to Brave. My problem with most of them is I can't do 3D, and now many of the movies are 3D.

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Yeah, but you have pay to go at home. On the cruise it's included. We've seen lots of movies on our various cruises.

On our honeymoon DH and I were in the Buena Vista as much as possible! No need for a babysitter, tickets, or concessions!! We thought it was a great deal.
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My problem with most of them is I can't do 3D, and now many of the movies are 3D.
Think Geek sells glasses that "un-do" the 3D process. Less than $20, I think.
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Yeah, but you have pay to go at home. On the cruise it's included. We've seen lots of movies on our various cruises.

You still paid for the movie.


And I too would like to know about the free beer posted earlier.
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