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Published November 27th 2012
Each movie as different as can be from the other
Ben & Jerry's Open Air Cinema The South Beach Reserve is going to be the venue for the screening of world-class movies over the summer in an open air festive ambience. Snacks, beer, pop corn, wine, and of course Ben & Jerry's ice cream are available on site. Just bring your blanket or bean bag and you're done. The best part is perhaps the FREE ICE CREAM courtesy of Ben & Jerry's every Sunday along with the shows. It might be a good idea to book tickets earlier in case they get sold out. You can get more information about Ben & Jerry's Open Air Cinema here. Location: St Kilda Sea Baths, 10 – 18 Jacka Blvd, St Kilda, Vic 3182. Phone: 03 9130 1235 Time: 2nd Dec 2012 – 6th Jan 2013 Price: $10 - $15
This is your chance to have your fill of Japanese classic cinema as well as new releases. The list of movies to be screened includes the box office hit comedy Thermae Romae and the heartwarming Bunny Drop as well as the samurai action Rurouni Kenshin among others. You can have a look at the program here. For more information regarding ticketing and timings visit this site. Location: Hoyts Melbourne Central; ACMI Cinemas, Federation Square Phone: 03 8239 0055 Time: 29th Nov – 9 Dec
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in IMAX 3D The prequel to the Lord of the Rings hits Melbourne on Boxing Day and diehard fans will be thrilled to know that it's going to be an IMAX 3D experience. Visit here for more information regarding this screening. Location: Melbourne Museum Precinct, Rathdowne St, Carlton South, Vic 3053 Phone: 03 9663 5454 Time: 26 Dec 2012 – 4 Feb 2013
If you have even the teeniest interest in superheroes, you'll probably want to check out Wonder Woman and how her story is told. The documentary Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines does just that. Whether you see her as a feminist icon or a sexy chick, you can't deny her a place in the history of animation. Check this out for more information about the Wonder Women documentary. Location: Federation Square, ACMI. Phone: 03 8663 2583 Time: 27 Dec 2012 – 13 Jan 2013