Some things are best shared, like an intensive game of “Go-fish” or a common affinity for collecting little wooden owls and then imitating owl noises to each other. Going to the movies is another one of those shared experiences; crunching on popcorn and slurping a soda together for the greater good of mankind and man-entertainment. Today’s Groupon of two movie tickets including a small popcorn and a soda for R36 OR two 3D movie tickets including a small popcorn and a soda for R46,50 is perfect for the movie-loving enthusiast.
The Maxi Cineplex is a non-franchise privately owned cinema complex that houses six theatres. Cine 6 is equipped with the latest 3D Technology and the complex, situated in the Zambezi Mall, brings you the latest releases allowing you to sit back and relax in their plush cinema seating. The experience of heading off to the movies beats watching a DVD on your hard sofa while your dog Archibald eats your slightly burnt microwave popcorn every time you fall asleep. Grab a friend or potential love interest and head to Maxi Cineplex; you could even try the “yawn arm over shoulder move” for giggles.
Movies these days aren’t what they used to be, with the introduction of the multifaceted world of 3D film, audiences are being thrust into the scene – from being side by side fighting for greater good with your favourite superhero to an underwater adventure complete with fish swimming right before your eyes. With this Groupon you can opt for two movie tickets to a 3D movie, which includes a small popcorn and a soda. 3D movies aren’t cheap so this Groupon is definitely a steal and you could even save the extra cash to extend your wooden owl collection.
If your more of a traditionalist or aren’t really interested in 3D movies, this Groupon also gives you the option to buy two normal movie tickets and you’ll get a small popcorn and a soda just because the guys at Maxi Cineplex like you so much. Without 3D glasses on your face, cosying up to your date will be that much easier. Whether you chose the usual movie or the 3D film as you can tell, Maxi Cineplex has pulled out all the stops to ensure everyone can get a piece of this movie-Groupon-pie.
Movie fact: A French 1950’s film called “The Poppy seed house” received critical acclaim for its opening scene where French women danced in the poppy seed fields. The women had CD’s sewn onto their dresses reflecting the light while they danced, making a mirror-ball-effect. The movie shattered box office records in Paris and Karachi.