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As always, when all good things are said and done, they must inevitably come to an end. After all, the movie was over and so was our reason for being together.
Reviewed 13 November 2004 under Paradox of Sets
Peak hour bums around the clock, slicked guys and busted girls at the Greater Union Hoyts Village complex on George Street stand in a thick depressing queue transplanted from the banks not open ...
Reviewed 12 November 2004 under Paradox of Sets
Just out of the carpeted area near the box office of the George street cinema complex is a man holding a sign desperate to sell a preview pass for the night's feature, Anacondas: The Hunt for the ...
Reviewed 7 October 2004 under Film and DVD
Walking up to the cinema complex on George Street, the line I was expecting for the preview screening of Identity was not to be found. There wasn't even much of a crowd to speak of, but then it ...
Reviewed 30 July 2003 under Film and DVD
Freezing was the temperature on the journey toward the preview screening of T3. The line was milling and the people outside the cinemas were floating a full hour prior to the screen time of 19:00.
Reviewed 16 July 2003 under Film and DVD