Friday, November 30, 2012

New Zealand Cinemas - Top 5 New Zealand Cinemas



Hi guys here is a list of Top 5 New Zealand Cinemas incase you are around the Country for Holiday.


1. Event Cinema : EVENT Cinemas is New Zealand’s largest and leading cinema chain, with complexes in Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton, New Plymouth and Whangarei. They opened the doors to the first cinema complex in 1991 in Manukau, they now have 101 screens across 13 cinema complexes across the North Island. 


New zealand cinemasKey features:
Our luxurious Gold Class cinemas
New Zealand's first and only IMAX cinema (the largest screen in New Zealand)
Online ticket booking with allocated seating
And the Film Squad, our award-winning loyalty programme


2. Hoyts : From its small beginnings, Hoyts cinemas has become one of the world's leading entertainment corporations. Hoyts Australia and New Zealand owns and operates 43 cinemas with over 400 screens and more than 75,000 seats.

A Hoyts Xtremescreen auditorium is the 'new generation' in cinema exhibition encompassing state-of-the-art technology that offers movie-goers the ultimate movie viewing experience. All Cinemaxx cinemas have Stadium Seating that ensures no one blocks your view; Dreamaxx Seats which are high backed seats for greater comfort and support, most with retractable armrests; Superscreens so you can view your favourite films on much larger than average size screens and Digital Surround Sound, prepare to be blasted away by the latest sound technology featuring Dolby Digital and DTS sound formats.

La Premiere is the ultimate indulgence at an affordable price. Ticket holders can relax in an exclusive lounge with complimentary coffee, tea, soft drinks and popcorn. You can also purchase specially selected wines and cheese platters from the Gallery Bar. All of which can be enjoyed inside the cinema (which is something else again).

Hoyts cinemas are located in New South Wales, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland & NZ. Find your local Hoyts cinema here. Hoyts cinemas employ more than 2,300 staff and is an equal opportunity employer. We employ the services of anyone, from high school leavers to IT and account professionals.


3. Montery Cinema : The history of cinema in Howick spans over 80 years. According to Alan La Roche, Howick’s distinguished historian the first cinema was established in 1929 called then La Scala Theatre, renamed as The Monterey in December 1930.

The following years tell the unimaginable story just as in a perfect film: success, bankruptcy, revival, three pence a bag boiled lollies and jaffas rolling noisily down the wooden steps , dancing after the flicks till late at night, theatrical and musical performances and all this under one roof.

The biggest it ever got was 354 seats after being purchased by Kerridge Odeon and Amalgamated in 1983. However, it was slowly declining due to other cinemas opening closer to Queen Street in the City and the cinema hadn’t had any time and money spent on its upkeep.

The original Monterey finally closed down in 1993 which was a huge disappointment for the local patrons and the iconic building was damaged by fire in 1998.

Nearly 20 years later the Monterey is getting a makeover with new owners, a new cinema location and an upmarket offering right in the heart of Howick.


4. Bridgeway Cinema : This is one of Auckland's best and most vibrant arthouse cinemas.They offer the very best in new release arthouse films together with upmarket commercial releases, regular special film events and festivals, all in a warm, intimate environment of architecturally design. Located at 122 Queen Street, Northcote Point, Auckland.

5. Downtime Cinema : Downtown Cinemas is Palmerston Norths largest cinema complex with eight movie theatres.Tickets for all movies can be purchased at the Downtown Cinemas Candy Bar or online.
Children are: Aged 15 Years and Under
Senior Citizens are: Aged 65 Years and Over




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