Apparently the worlds biggest cinema screen. Taken at Sydney's Darling Harbour.
Sydney, we love going to the movies. In hindsight, it was not that long ago that there was only one type of cinema to watch a flick at. Today we have more choices. In the western suburbs of Sydney, there is a bean bag cinema. Otherwise, one of Sydney's tourist attractions is home to a gigantic cinema screen. Furthermore, at places such as Event Cinemas - we can also upgrade to either Vmax or Gold Class. Our cinema seats now comprise of a class system, like airline seats. Who would have thought. The discerning tastes are also catered to. Which cinema do you like going to? Why? The service? Location? Comfortable seats? Range of films available? Ability to watch a 3D film? Do you prefer old school cinemas such as Hayden Orpheum in Cremorne?
Event Cinemas in Bondi Junction. Luxury leather seats are enjoyed, and depending on the time your film session finishes - there is a great shopping centre to await your shopping pleasure. Love their bar that has fantastic harbour views. Either Vmax or Gold Class is good here. The cinemas in Beverly Hills also enjoys a great community, friendly vibe.
Palace Cinemas are great. Smaller than your usual Cineplex but lovely. Signing up to become a member is inexpensive and you get discounted tickets all year and a heads up on new releases and upcoming international film festivals. You can also have a coffee, beer or wine. love it.
Govindas in Kings Cross/Darlinghurst. This is one of Sydney's best kept cinema secrets. It is a vegetarian resturant and cinema and instead of couches/chairs they have beds! Prices are decent as is the food. Definitely worth checking out.
Event cinemas are usually my go-to to catch the latest attractions, but for something slightly more special I enjoy the Dendy at Circular Quay. The theatre is small and intimate, with an art deco-type interior and friendly staff that creates a much more sophisticated movie-going experience than average. The Dendy is particularly good for a special night out as it screens a lot of art house films that you may not be able to find elsewhere, as well as all of the wide releases. Great food, too!