Vue Finchley Road (O2 Centre)

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Venue name: Vue Finchley Road (O2 Centre)
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Address: 02 Centre, 255 Finchley Rd
London
NW3 6LU
Transport: Tube: Finchley Rd
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Like receiving a pair of socks at Christmas, this cinema is perfectly functional and perfectly unexciting. 

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 Just another of those typical multiplex cinemas where you pay £10 for a coke and horrible nachos, sit in a maybe-once-clean room, trying to focus on a movie you wanted to see while listening to other people chatting and munching on their popcorn. I'm pretty sure if there was another cinema this close to where I live, I'd never come back. Having said that, Vue in general has one great advantage over the other chains - with Yplan, you can get amazingly cheap tickets (sometimes as low as £5). As I’m one of those people who go to cinema about once a week on average, that’s a pretty good argument for me not to go to Swiss Cottage’s Odeon (£15 a ticket on average).