An Acting Teacher living in SA, Daniela Calvario has been passionate about writing and entertainment since childhood.
Published June 2nd 2011
When was the last time you only spent $8 on a movie ticket? Well, if you visit Odeon Star, this is the exact tune you will be singing. Located on Semaphore Road, this family owned cinema oozes star quality, minus any ego.
Blending old Hollywood with a modern day trim, the Odeon [as it is known to locals] brings both blockbuster and independent releases to the big screen at extraordinarily cheap prices. Amazing enough to warrant a second mention, general admission is only $8 - "All year. Any movie. Any session." www.odeonstar.com.au
We all know that any movie experience is not complete without a lap full of munchies. If you think ticket prices are good, how about purchasing a medium combo deal [popcorn, choc top and drink] for just $10? With six combos to choose from and shelves loaded with other delicious goodies, there is something to be said when confectionary items at the movies can give supermarkets a run for their money.
If you are like me and can always eat again, Odeon Star is surrounded by cafes and restaurants within walking distance. Parking is usually fairly easy to come by and there is a disability park directly in front.
So, with exciting new releases such as The Hangover II, Pirates of the Caribbean 4 and X-Men: First Class dazzling the screens, now is the time to take advantage of a cinema experience I highly rate.