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beauty and the beast onboard

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line' started by patch553, Mar 20, 2017 at 4:52 PM.

  1. patch553

    patch553 Well-Known Member

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    we sail on the dream in early may, what are the chances of seeing the new beauty and the beast in the cinema onboard?
     
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    DisneyJoe Well-Known Member

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    I would guess very likely
     
  3. Mrhappyplace

    Mrhappyplace Well-Known Member

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    I'd say there is nearly a 100% chance it will be showing in the theater (likely multiple times per day too) but I can't calculate your chances as I don't know you or what you do on a cruise. Either way enjoy your cruise!
     
  4. JaxFLBear

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    Given the box office numbers, it will be showing on-board for quite some time.

    Also, you can call the regular cruise reservation number starting at 2 weeks out from your sail date to find out what movies will be available during your cruise.
     
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  5. patch553

    patch553 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    thank you all,really looking forward to seeing this, if we do manage to see it on board it will be all the more magical thanks
     
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    David2319 Well-Known Member

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    Just be weary that the best time to see it is like 11 or 12 at night as there is so much to do on a cruise you'll find yourself being like "is it really worth spending 2 hours doing).
    I was up until 3:30am one night and still had a blast with friends. Of course this all depends on what you like to do. Are you a first time cruiser?
     
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    patch553 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    this will be our 3rd cruise but we've never tried the cinemas, we wer thinking of perhaps a 9-10 o clock viewing would be pretty good for us, we are on the early dinning for the first time so are looking forward to doing stuff after dinner as apose to grabbing a drink and crashing out
     
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    David2319 Well-Known Member

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    You might want to do it then it seems:D.

    Whatever you end up doing -- HAVE FUN!!!
     
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    patch553 Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    will do thank you x
    cant wait :):happy:
     
  10. Mrhappyplace

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    It is a really nice theater, comfy seats, great sound system and a screen well calibrated for 3D. My wife and I watch one movie there each cruise.
     
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    ChuckElias Well-Known Member

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    I'm thinking of booking a 3-night and flying down from New England just to watch it on-board. :)
     

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