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Palace Barracks Cinemas

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Published October 3rd 2011
They say the cinema industry is dying. It is predicted that in a couple year times, cinemas will just be relics as everyone moves to watching movies online and through the TVs. This personally appals me. Where else but a cinema can you go see a movie on a giant screen, with surround sound, popcorn and a coke and some of the most comfortable seats. However, going to the local Birch Carroll & Coyle cinema or EVENT cinema as it has now been rebranded is not exactly an amazing cinema experience. First there are those sticky floors, stale popcorn and assigned seating. EVENT, now with new management is slowly making its way to being a more acceptable cinema experience.

However for those that want a quality movie with a quality cinema experience, I suggest they check out the Palace Cinemas. In Brisbane we have two, one in the Valley and the other at the Barracks in the City. The Barracks in the city is the newer of the two and it offers an amazing experience.

It does not have all the latest cinema epics, instead favouring those movies that are of good quality. Rather than presenting a movie like Fast Five, they chose the lesser-known Hanna. These choices present to the public movies that cannot be found in the bigger venues, but movies that are worth the watch.

The staff are friendly and professional. They present themselves well, and do not make you feel that you are going to a dodgy cinema. Naturally they have popcorn and all other manner of chocolate and sweets. However they also offer alcohol, adults can chose from a selection of wines, cocktails and other alcoholic beverages.

Want a classy snack; you can chose from a wide selection of gourmet food that you can take into a cinema. The cinema is outfitted with tables next to the comfiest chair in the cinema world.

This may sound like an advertisement for Palace, but I have no affiliation to Palace Cinemas. But if I want to go see a movie I go there. So go on, help out a struggling industry.
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Where: 61 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane QLD 4000
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