If you are a fan of the 1940’s I can’t recommend this film enough. The clothes and the interiors are fantastic and added to a real feel good story it makes for a lovely trip to the cinema.
And who would have thought that my vintage frock would be making an appearance in the opening scene
Now if you are a canny cinema goer like me you’ll know how to get two for one tickets. We usually end up
paying £6.50 for the two of us.
Buy yourself a one day travel insurance for less than £2 with compare the meerkat and you’ll get half price cinema tickets for a year.
Now don’t tell anyone but we buy the cheap seats
then sit in the posh ones once we are in there. We’ve not been thrown out yet and we are into our second year now. We also take a picnic in with us. So you see we can stretch
the pension out quite far. Well I would if I got one, but that’s another story. Roll on 66 only four years to go then I can have a bus pass to add to the free prescriptions and eye tests.
If this link works it’s a trailer of
Goodbye Christopher Robin