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Stop that.

Last week, we asked you to name the most memorable scene from 1987 cheeseball classic Dirty Dancing.

On offer was a PAIR of tickets to see it on the big screen again at selected ODEON cinemas across Ireland on May 21 at 6.30pm. tickets here

You applied in your tens.

But there can be only one winner.

In reverse order then…

Scooperman: “The most memorable scene from Dirty Dancing was the sister singing that weird hula song.”

edalicious: “The most memorable scene in Dirty Dancing is SPECIFICALLY the the little hip thrusts he does after jumping off the stage in the big finale. No other man on the planet could do that without looking like a massive perv. Believe me, I’ve tried…”

Winner

Jonboy: “Obviously it’s the scene where they dance to Love Is Strange (How do you call your lover boy? Come here, lover boy!). Apparently it was an unscripted warm-up where they were just fooling around, pretending to flirt, and the director liked it so much he kept it in.”

Thanks all.

ODEON

Last week: Swayze For You

Bob Newhart  (left) and Will Ferrell in ‘Elf’ (2003)

This morning.

ODEON cinemas has announced an exclusive screening of the 2003 family favourite Christmas film, ELF.

Fancy going?

Nicole Osborne writes:

Elf starring Will Ferrell, Zoey Deschanel and James Caan is back in ODEON Cinemas this Christmas for a very exclusive screening.

It’s been 15 years since Elf graced our cinema screens and is one watched religiously every Christmas.

The screening of this iconic holiday film will take place on Sunday, December 9th at 1pm at ODEON in Belfast, Limerick, Waterford, Blanchardstown, Charlestown and Coolock.

And on Thursday, December 12 at 8:15pm at ODEON in Cavan, Naas, Portlaoise, Newbridge, Point Square, Stillorgan, Belfast, Limerick, Waterford, Blanchardstown, Charlestown and Coolock.

We have a pair of tickets (yes, TWO tickets) to see Elf at your local ODEON to giveaway.

To enter, Just complete  this simple sentence.

‘The best scene in Elf is_____________________________________________’

Lines MUST close at 2.30pm 5.45pm MIDNIGHT!

Elf at ODEON showtimes (ODEON)

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From top Red signed by The Angry Birds Movie director Fergal Reilly

Hungry for Angry Birds?

To celebrate ‘The Angry Birds Movierecord May opening for an original animated film, hitting number 1 in the charts in 37 markets. We have teamed up with Sony Pictures and ODEON Cinema’s to give one lucky winner the chance to win cinema tickets for a family of 4 to any ODEON Cinema and FOURr, Red – The Angry Bird figurines signed by The Angry Birds Movie Irish director Fergal Reilly.

To enter, just complete this sentence

‘My favourite Irish film director currently making movies is……………. because…………’

Lines MUST close at MIDNIGHT

Odeon Cinemas

Thanks Joanne

10/9/2015. NO REPRO FEE. Former Dublin GAA captain Bryan Cullen pictured at ODEON Cinema, Point Village with children Morgan Freeman Savannah Keogh, Summer O Callaghan and Charlie O Reilly from St. Audoens NS, Dublin 8. Bryan was on hand to announce that ODEON Cinemas nationwide will hold  free live screenings of the Dublin vs Kerry GAA Football All Ireland Senior Championship Final on Sunday 20th of September. Photo: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

Former Dublin GAA captain Bryan Cullen  at ODEON Cinema, Point Village with Morgan Freeman Savannah Keogh, Summer O Callaghan and Charlie O Reilly from St. Audoens NS, Dublin 8.

ODEON cinemas will screen the GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Final on Sunday where Dublin will take on 2014 All-Ireland Football Champions Kerry.

The closest ODEON Cinema for Kerry fans is ODEON Limerick, 113km away while there are four ODEON Cinemas in Dublin at Blanchardstown, Coolock, Point Village and Stillorgan.

Lisa Clancy, Director of Communications at GAA writes:

“Screening the GAA Football Final and Hurling All-Ireland Finals in ODEON Cinemas nationwide is a fantastic way to soak up the electric atmosphere for those who can’t make it to Croke Park on All-Ireland Final Day. We hope GAA supporters and their families will take advantage of this unique opportunity and come and enjoy the entertainment and skills of our great game of football on the big screen on one of the biggest days in the GAA calendar”.

To celebrate, we have two FAMILY passes (4 tickets x2) to an ODEON cinema near where YOU live to literally give away.

To enter, just provide a title for the the greatest GAA movie ever….

Lines MUST close at 12NOON 2.45pm 4,45pm.

ODEON cinemas

Thanks Joanne and Aislinn