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I love 3 and 4d attractions and motion cinemas etc. I did visit a similar one in Sydney with kids and was a little disappointed as it was aged and not very good so I wasn't sure if I should go to this one but...More
Movies are started when you arrive. Great service from the counter and funny adventure short films in the 4D chairs are entertaining. Don't expect top quality theatre comfort as it's for short films only. Prices are fair for what is offered. We will definitely go...More
We hit the 4D cinema with a mid size group of friends in between an Escape Room and dinner. We knew what to expect and as such we all had a great time. In a stuffed shirt city like Melbourne, it's hard to find any...More
It is more for a younger age group and there is no real plotline. It was a bit run down and quite average. During the ride the timing of the water squirting didn't make sense in some parts of the movie. A little disappointment, I...More
An average kind of establishment, screen seemed blurry and ride not quite in tune with short movie. We used heavily discounted tickets from a website otherwise full price would be ridiculous for whats on offer. Wouldn't recommend anyone bother.
Place is a bit run down, although the attendant who was there is quite courteous and helpful in getting everyone organized and organizing 3D glasses for little ones.
Session was quite full, probably helped by a coupon deal going around a famous deal website, otherwise...More
We went for our son's 9th birthday recently. While the establishment is fairly small, and there is nothing really "spectacular" about it (only a little bit of mist and wind) it was still LOADS of fun and my both of my boys (9 and 6...More
I managed to get heavily reduced tickets, otherwise I wouldn't have bothered. We've done this before and it was really good, this one was very jerky and the chair movements didn't really match what was happening on the screen BUT the kids loved it and...More
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