From Darth Vader's helmet to Dorothy's ruby red slippers, Indiana Jones distinctive leather jacket and whip combo, to Marilyn Monroe's oh so flimsy white dress, there truly is something that everyone will want to try on, or stand and gawk at for ten to twenty minutes.
This is one of the best exhibitions that I have been to London, simply because it is fun and there is a film out there that speaks to all of us for any number of reasons. In fact, I enjoyed it so much that I will go again before the exhibition ends on 27 January, 2013.
Ticket prices vary, with the price for general admission being £14.00. It is also worth noting that tickets are selling out like hot cakes, and we all know just fast a hot cake sells.
Trust me, if the choice is between walking around the mist and damp of a very cold London, or being surrounded by nostalgia at the V and A, my preference lies with the latter.