Newsletter and jokes 11 November 2022

Hi all 
Armistice Day ... lest we forget. 
This week sees Black Panther: Wakanda Forever hit the screens, early reviews 
have been good, so enjoy! :-) ... especially on a big screen in 3D. 
The rest of the line-up is more niche, since no one wants to compete with  
Wakanda. Notre-Dame on Fire takes a close-up look at the fire which hit  
Notre-Dame in Paris back in 2019.  
Emily is a partially-real-partially-imagined look at the early life of  
Victorian author Emily Brontë, famous for penning Wuthering Heights. It's 
on at art-and-similar venues. 
You can catch Liam Gallagher - Knebworth 22 at Gateway on Thursday evening. 
New this week 
* Notre-Dame on Fire PG10-12 L 
* Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (3D) (PG10-12 LV) 
* Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (PG10-12 LV) 
* Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (3D IMAX) (PG10-12 LV) 
* Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (4DX) (PG10-12 LV) 
* Emily (13 SD)   
Forthcoming attractions  
Updated the home page poster  
List of all movies showing  
Same list sorted by Age Restriction  
Wallpaper (Full HD desktop)  
Remember you can support the site by reading the ads... :-) 
Enjoy :-) 
Cheers, Ian 
When I was eight months pregnant, I happened to yawn after a big lunch.  
My four-year-old son saw me and yelled, “Mom, don’t yawn with your mouth so 
wide open. The baby could crawl out! 
My daughter has just learnt how to wiggle her eyebrows. She asked me 
if I could do it, so I did.  
Then she said, “You can do it so fast! It must be easier because you only 
have one eyebrow.” 
My cell phone rang the other day, but the caller was looking for someone 
else. When I told her she had the wrong number, she verified that she had 
dialled correctly, then asked whether a certain email address was mine. 
(It wasn’t.)  
She said the person she was looking for had filled out an online job  
application and was using my number. 
“Perhaps the person just typed it in wrong,” I said. “What’s the job for?”  
She replied, “Data entry.” 
People don’t seem to realize that their opinion of the world is also a  
confession of their character. 
When I think about quitting coffee, the fear is not that *I* will die... 
it’s that *others* will die, and I will go to jail. 
My wife has a coffeemaker that brews her coffee before she gets out of bed.  
She got really mad at it yesterday because I slept in. 
Someone in the office keeps making decaf coffee & I’ve narrowed it down 
to that guy who never gets anything done. 
I’m always interested in how people use language to not say what they mean. 

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