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Having subtitles has made a huge difference to the ability to follow a film’s story…Do you have any idea how much it meant the first time my husband and I went to the cinema and he laughed at the same time as I did at the action on screen?

It was a magical gift – and has made a great difference to our ‘date nights’ at the movies…

Every cinema should also show all the trailers before the actual film starts in subtitles too.

I also have a deaf younger brother and we use the site frequently to plan our cinema visits (we are big movie lovers! It's great to have all the subtitled cinema times in one place. And with ageing, loss of some hearing and sight is inevitable. It is so considerate of them and I I can follow the film. better have subtitles because I've lost a considerable amount of hearing since the last ones!

Access to film - via subtitles/captions and audio description - is something that we may all appreciate, eventually My old man insisted that I come to Star Wars 7 with him, said it made such an impact on him when he was 9 (Er, I’m 17). He’s a bit deaf now so we’re very thankful that the new one is subtitled. Nan is 76 now and very deaf but she still loves going to the cinema and I have to take her so it’s very very handy that there’s subtitles on everything now. I watched the original in the cinema with my Dad when I was a kid, and watched the later ones with my kid.

Captions allow me to at least be able to share a social occasion with friends without feeling excluded. I wear 2 hearing aids and although they are good, there is always the problem of the music being so much louder that the words. From 'Den of Geek': An easy way to search for a cinema near you that is showing your desired film with added subtitles is the brilliant website Your Local

At a bar, I'm excluded as I can't follow what's going on, at party the same. Here you can select your town and see every captioned screening in your local area, with dates and times, too.

Every cinema should also show all the trailers before the actual film starts in subtitles too.I also have a deaf younger brother and we use the site frequently to plan our cinema visits (we are big movie lovers! It's great to have all the subtitled cinema times in one place. And with ageing, loss of some hearing and sight is inevitable. It is so considerate of them and I I can follow the film. better have subtitles because I've lost a considerable amount of hearing since the last ones!Access to film - via subtitles/captions and audio description - is something that we may all appreciate, eventually My old man insisted that I come to Star Wars 7 with him, said it made such an impact on him when he was 9 (Er, I’m 17). He’s a bit deaf now so we’re very thankful that the new one is subtitled. Nan is 76 now and very deaf but she still loves going to the cinema and I have to take her so it’s very very handy that there’s subtitles on everything now. I watched the original in the cinema with my Dad when I was a kid, and watched the later ones with my kid.Captions allow me to at least be able to share a social occasion with friends without feeling excluded. I wear 2 hearing aids and although they are good, there is always the problem of the music being so much louder that the words. From 'Den of Geek': An easy way to search for a cinema near you that is showing your desired film with added subtitles is the brilliant website Your Local At a bar, I'm excluded as I can't follow what's going on, at party the same. Here you can select your town and see every captioned screening in your local area, with dates and times, too.It's easier to use this website to check date and time to suit.