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Ritz Cinemas
Phone: 9332 1000
E-mail: info@ritzcinemas.com.au

Built in 1937, this much-loved cinema is one of the finest surviving Art Deco cinemas in Australia. When we celebrated our 60th birthday a few years ago, the cinema underwent extensive renovations (preserving the Art Deco style at the same time). Three new theatres with digital sound systems and state-of-the-art projectors were opened which bring the latest blockbusters to Ritz cinema goers.

The Ritz's cinematic standards, 800+ seats, as well as its ambience and acoustics, make it a favourite among cinema connoisseurs, many of whom will go out of their way to see a film here. The Ritz screens mostly first release, mainstream flicks.

Of course, the Ritz is also fantastic value with concession tickets at $6 and regular tickets at $7.50. You can buy a movie and popcorn and still spend less than the cost of a movie ticket in other cinemas.

Quick Fact: This art-deco treasure would have been knocked down but for a late-discovered Heritage order.

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26/05 - 1/06
15 Minutes
Andy Warhol promised everyone 15 minutes of fame, a concept put through its paces in impressive fashion in this sophisticated thriller starring Robert De Niro.
26/05 - 1/06
All The Pretty Horses
Dang them pretty horses, it's Matt Damon and Penelope Cruz we want to see go through their paces in this post-World War II romantic drama set on the Tex-Mex border.
26/05 - 1/06
Moulin Rouge
Will Ewan McGregor get his kit off? Can Nicole Kidman sing? Can Baz Luhrmann top Romeo + Juliet? Find out in this lavish look at belle epoque Paris.
26/05 - 1/06
The Mexican
Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt are as American as apple pie, so you might wonder who the Mexican is in this black comedy. Sorry, gringas, it's not Benicio Del Toro.
26/05 - 1/06
The Mummy Returns
Hold onto your hats for another round of old-fashioned adventure fused with modern special effects, as funny action man Brendan Fraser kicks more mummy butt.
26/05 - 1/06
The Way Of The Gun
Benicio Del Toro stars in this Tex-Mex crime thriller, which takes delight in violent gun play as a cool statement in style.
Coming Soon
Babes In Arms
Screaming, kicking, crying, no it's not the latest Hollywood romance, but special movie sessions where babies, toddlers and young children are welcome.

   
Session Times for the Week 26 May - 1 June

Movies Scheduled Daily

15 Minutes
10.00am, 1.00pm, 3.00pm, 5.30pm

All The Pretty Horses
11.00am, 2.00pm, 4.00pm, 6.30pm

Moulin Rouge
9.30am, 11.15am, 12.30pm, 2.00pm, 4.30pm, 5.00pm, 6.30pm, 7.00pm, 8.00pm, 8.45pm, 9.00pm

The Mexican
9.30am, 12.00pm, 4.00pm

The Mummy Returns
10.00am, 1.00pm, 4.00pm, 6.30pm, 7.15pm, 8.00pm

The Way Of The Gun
11.00am, 2.00pm, 4.00pm, 6.30pm

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