Cinema Arcade Victoria Street, Warragul VIC 3820, Australia
(03) 5622 1399
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Nice cinemas with good quality movies. Can get a bit too cramped sometimes if there is a full house. Foods and drinks are as you expected from a cinema.
It might be a little old and shabby but offers great Showcase films that wouldn't get screened by the major chains. Peninsula Cinema's seniors club us excellent value and the weekend early screenings of kids films a bonus for families.
Nice small cinema. Screen size is good, audio is good and seats were comfortable enough. However being a smaller cinema, the incline isn't as large so can be annoying if you get a tall person sitting infront of you. On a plus, you can choose your own seats.
For a smaller cinema it has everything you could need. The cinema itself is quite small, but the screen size is decent for the space. Seats are quite uncomfortable after a while and if you're behind a tall person it's tricky to see. Popcorn was quite yummy though and the staff member who served us was understanding and reassured me that it's vegan friendly.
Nice cinema really good screen size considering the small space. A bit annoying with the hallway lights on directly at the entrance, really bright. Lots of stairs.
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