English dialogues at a cinema
A: We want tickets for tonight/tomorrow evening.
B: Sorry, the tickets are sold out.
A: Can we have two tickets for the Batman, please?
B: That’s 20 EUR. Here you are.
A: Are there tickets available for the film?
B: Let me check.
A: Yes, there are. How many would you like?
A: We would like two tickets for the movie at 10 pm.
B: There are no seats left for tonight.
A: We want three seats together.
B: Where you would like to sit?
A: Which are the cheapest seats?
B: The cheapest seats start at $12.
A: In which row are our seats?
B: 4th row.
A: I will go to the cinema tonight, will you come with me?
B: What movie are you going to watch?
A: The Batman.
B: Yes, I will come.
A: How long is the film?
B: 1 hour and 35 minutes.
A: Did you like the film?
B: No. I thought it will be more interesting. A: What’s on at the cinema this week?
B: I saw that Fast and Furious has a new series.
A: Excuse me, you’re in my seat.
B: That’s my seat 4 row 5.
A: Yes, you’re right. I’m so sorry.
A: What kind of film?
B: Let’s watch a horror.
A: When does it start?
B: At 7 pm.
A: Who’s in the leading part?
B: Tom Cruise and Sandra Bullock.
A: Who is in the film?
B: Anne Hathaway.