Surprise Party

Call me a PRO for Sathyam Cinemas. I dont care.. But Im super excited after a back-to-back movie session at Sathyam. One of the movie was Ice Age 2 : Meltdown. If you had seen the first part, you’d certainly love the Meltdown. This post is not about Ice Age anyway.

You’ve known about the “Pure Cinema” from Sathyam. Now its the Blind Date.


Many people dont like others choosing their Dresses, others ordering their food and so on. They may not like this idea. So do i. But, this should be fun.. I wouldnt want to watch Syriana… but I will if it starts playing, just like that.

Just like what the website says, “Take A Chance !”

6 Comments so far

  1. PSU (unregistered) on May 7th, 2006 @ 7:05 pm

    HA HA HA!!! Sounds very risque and all, eh!

  2. Lazy Geek (unregistered) on May 8th, 2006 @ 12:24 am

    have done this many many times. not just once. many times it has been purposeful and thats how i landed in ‘True lies’, if i remember it right.

    but once on a diwali day myself and a friend wanted to go for men in black at woodlands. we go tickets from someone else standing outside the theatre. and when we landed in the movie, it was a sarath movie called janakirama. men in black became janakiraman. imagine my face going in all eight directions.

  3. anantha (unregistered) on May 8th, 2006 @ 1:45 am

    Why wouldn’t you want to watch Syriana? :p
    IMHO, it has been one of the more realistic movies in recent times.

  4. krishna kumar (unregistered) on May 8th, 2006 @ 2:46 am

    As I see it, these sort of things don’t work very well. Look at how Satyam might go about it – they will try *not* to experiment too much since they know the audience is already taking a huge risk in coming blindly. So in trying to satisfy the audience they might screen something mainstream like say, Spiderman, King Kong, MI2, MIB, etc.

    The best way would be the highway – use this chance to screen great movies which most people don’t know about – say Reservoir Dogs, Dark City, The Conversation, Pulp Fiction, Sin City, Cape Fear, Malena, etc. This will ensure that the entire experience is unique. Because these movies not been screened anywhere before, there is no risk of repetition either.

    But I don’t see them taking the chance.

  5. Keerthivasan (unregistered) on May 8th, 2006 @ 4:19 pm

    PSU, risque ? Not really.

    lazy, LOL.. risk dhaaan pola !!

    Anantha, yeah Realistic.. I saw Crash, and the next days plan was to watch Syriana. People around me threw a warning.. Yet.. I will watch it later.. most likely if they play it on the “Blind Date”

    Krishna Kumar, that will be a good plot. Im also recommending it.

  6. Krithiga (unregistered) on May 9th, 2006 @ 1:19 am

    I second aNTi. Er… “The Blogger who was once known as aNTi”. Watch Syriana, by all means. Realistic portrayal of the current state of affairs. It’s one of the best movies I’ve seen in the past few weeks. (Yeah, I’ve been watching several of them, some good ones, some so-so ones, some downright bad ones for the last few weeks)

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