Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Tell Me What You See

After 2 weeks with no films worth watching at cinema,
come June with three films to watch.
I'm already excited!

X-Men First Class

Directed by Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass, Snatch, Lockstock and two smoking barrels)
Prequel to X-Men film series, this film tells a story of how the beginning of X-Men
Just like in the trailer, Before Professor X, there was Charles Xavier
and before Magneto, there was Erik Lehnsherr
Two bestfriends become eternal enemies.

Super 8

Science fiction film directed by J.J. Abrams(Star Trek, Cloverfield,Lost)
and produced by Steven Spielberg.

Synopsis (Wikipedia):
In 1979 in the fictional town of Lillian, Ohio a group of teenagers are making a movie
with a Super 8mm film camera when they witness a train crash.
They suspect it was not an accident.
There are disappearances and unexplained events around town,
and the local deputy investigates the cause of the events leading to the discovery of something inhuman.

Dylan Dog : Dead of Night

Based on Italian horror comic, created by Tiziano Sclavi
and republished by Dark Horse comic in English version.

So the film version, main character starred by our gorgeous Superman, Brandon Routh.
and directed by Kevin Munroe.

Synopsis (IMBD):

The adventures of supernatural private eye, Dylan Dog,
who seeks out the monsters of the Louisiana bayou
in his signature red shirt, black jacket, and blue jeans.


I already bought ticket for X-Men First class this Sunday.
During the booking I notice that ticket price at GSC has gone up.
So I check the other cinema and unfortunately I would like to inform here

Yes, movie ticket price at all cinema has increased!

So let me just make a review here:

GSC Pavillion - from RM12 to RM14

Other GSC except signature - from RM11 to RM12

Cathay Cineplex - from RM11 to RM12

TGV - ok i honestly don't really watch film at TGV and i'm quite confuse with the ticket price
They have e-premium which is RM13 and e-blockbuster -RM14.
I usually buy ticket at the counter and cost me RM11 before this.
I think the blockbuster is slightly expensive because it's digital cinema.

But guys, this is all weekend price.
Weekdays some cinema keep at normal rate
which is RM9-11 depends on which location.
For example of course at GSC cheras leisure mall is cheaper than pavillion.
and of course price for wednesday, early bird, children and student are different.

Check pricing:

TGV Cinemas


Cathay Cineplex

Audrey Turner - I'm the Only One

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