Just to let you know… it is too hot today. :frowning:

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That’s what happens when every movie projector on the planet is run 24/7 all weekend for very happy Star Wars fans! :smiley:

UGH now it is 97F/36C

I saw The Force Awakens at 1PM on the 17th here in ChCh (4 days ago) with my son… snuck away for a long lunch hour :smiley:

One of the first showings in the world (outside of LA) and the theater/theatre was only half full :smiley:

That is one thing I don’t miss about California… huge movie lines…

$18 ??? Ouch.

We paid the equivalent of $2.18 each to see the movie here. 6 of us went and including the popcorn and the drinks the total was $22 :slight_smile:

Wow… You don’t want to know what it cost to take the four of us to see it (on IMAX 3D of course…). I believe the popcorn bill alone was more than that. And I would gladly do it all again!

You won’t want to see this then Ian for our Imax 3D prices. Starts from $3.6 weekdays with Friday $4.30 and Sat and Sun $5.40 equivalent. :slight_smile:


$18 NZD is about $12 USD. That’s pretty much on par with what I paid in california. And it is the more expensive of the local theaters.

It’s only $10NZD/($6.75 USD) at one of the cheaper theaters

Its just that the more expensive one was only 10 min from my office, with no lines, and a half full theater (no one else in our row at all, or any of the rows in front of us, or the row directly behind us), which was nice :smiley:

Now… the concession prices… those are outrageous…

AU$21 per adult, equaling about US$15. For regular theatre. VMAX and 3D is $28 (US$20+), Gold Class 3D is $30 (US$22)

Well, I would say you’re lucky except I’ve seen your shipping rates and those hurt a lot more often than theater rates :wink:


Very true. It has some advantages living here but import costs are hell, that’s for sure.

Went to see the movie last Friday. Paid $31.28 for two adult and one child tickets. Will go again to see it in IMAX 3D in a week or so.

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