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The Ritz Cinema

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45 St Pauls Street, Randwick, New South Wales 2031 Australia
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Michael D wrote a review Nov 2020
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I am a regular at the historic Ritz, and have been for fifty years. How many Art Deco cinemas are left? Not many. but you only need one. At the moment, with the limited number of new films available for release, they are providing many quality films from the past under a wide range of films: I saw one from their Spacefest series today (a 2013 film) and possibly the best film ever from 1957! Witches-themed movies have just commenced, James Bond and Alfred Hitchcock have just left, Fellini has been entertaining for most of the year. But in addition, the new films are filtering through too. I saw The Trial of the Chicago Seven here before it came to Netflix and thoroughky enjoyed I Am Greta a few weeks ago. I'll be going to the Q and A with the cast of Ellie and Abbie (and Ellie's Dead Aunt) this week. Have a quiet drink or a meal before your movie, out on the balcony is best in summer, (or duck over to The Four Frogs across the road). There is always something happening at the Ritz. Oh and it is MUCH cheaper than what you pay at the bigger chains too.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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AAAMM1 wrote a review Aug 2020
Greater Sydney, Australia322 contributions60 helpful votes
The Ritz is unquestionably the best cinema (complex) in Sydney. It maintains the original single auditorium with stalls and circle and many new, smaller screens. All have state of the art presentation but the original auditorium can project film stock including 70mm. We saw a preview of TENET and plan to come back to see it again at the Ritz in 70mm again. Social distancing practices in place made us feel safe to return to the cinema. Thank goodness for this!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Mandy wrote a review Mar 2020
Kingsford, Australia1 contribution
Enjoyed the student discount on Monday, amazing service and very clean amenities. One thing to improve would be more clearer signs to direct moviegoers to the correct theatre.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Julie P wrote a review Dec 2019
26 contributions9 helpful votes
Five theatres so huge number of films including new releases, classics and films of plays from London etc. are shown. Great prices, great snack bar, friendly staff, no queues, lots and lots of session times and good on or off street parking and right on bus route. Just be warned though there are 20 minutes of ads prior to the film commencement instead of the ten minutes previously shown. Obviously a trade off in keeping ticket prices low. It appears that most cinemas are moving to this model now.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Evsy wrote a review Aug 2019
Carlingford, Australia10 contributions
Great place to go and see a movie in a bit of a nostalgic but cosy atmosphere. If there is a movie you want to see but want to avoid the multiplex cinemas and have an alcoholic drink or quality coffee with your movie, then this is the place to come. With the new light rail opening soon, it will be easy to get to from the CBD. Great restaurants in the area too, but yet to try.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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