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While other exclusive cinemas require you to pay membership to watch independent art films from around the world, at this cineplex you merely pay around MYR12 for an entrance ticket. Screenings are normally from 11a to 9:20p. The cineplex shows up to seven films a day. Typically, it screens films which compete in prestigious film festivals like the Sundance Film Festival. Of course, patrons can choose to watch the usual hit movies as well.
This cinema is located near the well—known Coliseum Café and used to be a popular haunt for movie—goers back when Malaysia was still a British colony. The building today boasts the latest cinematic projectors and sound system. Before a screening, patrons usually load up on refreshments like sunflower seeds (kuaci), fried peanuts (kacang putih) and drinks in plastic carriers. Malay and Indian movies are the regulars here. It also holds premiere screenings of newly-released local movies.
The entrance to this cinema is flanked by a handicraft centre on the left and a Chinese magazine store on the right. Tickets for movies on the entrance level are available as well as, reserved seats are available one flight up behind dark curtains. This cinema has the cheapest tickets in Kuala Lumpur, as there are concessions for children below 12, students and senior citizens. For refreshments a corner shop sells popcorn and soft drinks.
Located inside Cosmo’s World Theme Park, you can watch the latest movies at this IMAX Theatre. The Theatre offers the latest technology so it feels like you are part of the movie. The movie screen is five stories high, which will create a movie going experience you'll never forget.