Metro by HOYTS at Centre Place, Hamilton, is like no other cinema in New Zealand. If you blended your favourite movie house with a New York City street, it would look and feel like this.
Your tastebuds are in for a treat, thanks to the candy bar snacks and diner-style food and drinks on offer – chilli fries, hot dogs, nachos, beer and wine, anyone? So come early and stay late in our foyer chill-out zone – or take your food into the cinema to enjoy a meal in a movie.
Metro by HOYTS also enforces a ‘no disturbance’ policy for guests. Meaning? No latecomers after 20 minutes of the advertised start time and talkers, texters and tweeters will be asked to leave. We’ll do the same if someone makes noise near you (although we’ll go easy on the little ones in family films).
And that’s not all: our crew have been hired for their personalities, so the fun begins when you walk through the front door (don’t worry, there are no fast-food robots here!).
Offensive language and sexual references
Rosie and Alex are destined for one another, and everyone seems to know it but them. When Alex gets an offer from a college in Boston and Rosie finds out she is pregnant to her ex-boyfriend, it seems fates wants them to be apart. Based on Cecelia Ahern's bestselling novel "Where Rainbows End", LOVE, ROSIE is a modern comedy-of-errors tale posing the ultimate question: Do we really only get one shot at true love?
Paddington has grown up deep in the Peruvian jungle with his Aunt Lucy who, inspired by a chance encounter with an English explorer, has raised her nephew to dream of an exciting life in London. When an earthquake destroys their home, Aunt Lucy decides to smuggle her young nephew on board a boat bound for England, in search of a better life.