21st Century Entertainment Arrives at Queen Street
by Selwyn Manning
The most modern entertainment complex in
the world has opened for business today in the heart of
The Force Entertainment Centre, New
Zealand’s largest multiplex, hosts digital sound, stadium
seating and the largest range of movies in the country. It
also has a games and leisure centre which has the latest in
Entertainment seekers can also dine in
style at one of its eight different restaurants which cater
for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
However, the big
draw-card is the complex’s IMAX giant screen - which is ten
times larger than conventional movie screens.
Force Entertainment Centre still looks unfinished. But once
inside you are faced with a futuristic scene reminiscent of
that old Alan Parson’s Project album cover, I Robot.
St will never seem the same
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