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Adverts and trailers are that necessary evil you have to sit and wait through before your film. How long do they usually last at your cinema?



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We usually get 15 minutes of adverts followed by 15 minutes of trailers before the actual film begins.
Wow, that's a lot. I can understand why you are annoyed by it!
Yeah; Im often ready to leave before the film even starts.
I love watching the trailers before a movie. Usually there are commercials before the trailers but only one or two, so a couple of minutes worth, then two to three trailer which takes up another 4 to 6 minutes. That's it.
They would probably last up to 10 minutes where I go, as the advertisements are on while the lights are still on sometimes.
by Finy
I love love love trailers but hate the 10 minutes of adverts you're also subjected to. I have friends who like to arrive to the cinema exactly as the film Starts but us hate this as I'd miss the trailers. At my cinema it's often 3-4 trailers, so about 8 minutes or so.
Forever - but sometimes that is good when I am running late! ;)
This is the reason I DON'T go to the movies!! When I've won movie tickets I find out when the actually film is going to start, so I can wait outside the theatre until then! The theatre we go to view 'arthouse' films, only has the movie, as it;s in our wonderful local art gallery..


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