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Yippee Ki Yay - It's A Mystery Movie

July 31, 2007

Yippee Ki Yay - It's A Mystery Movie

Tickets to SKYCITY Cinemas Mystery Movie screening are on sale now. There are limited seats available for the special session that screens on Saturday, August 4 at 9.00pm at SKYCITY Cinemas Queen Street in Auckland.

Matthew Liebmann, General Manager SKYCITY Cinemas says, “SKYCITY Cinemas moviegoers who attend the Mystery Movie screening won’t be sure what film they are going to see until it starts. Although, I can tell you that this is a unique opportunity for die hard movie fans to see one of this year’s biggest blockbuster action films before its official release date.”

SKYCITY Cinemas latest movie blockbuster, Die Hard 4.0, opens on Thursday, August 9. Tickets are on sale now and SKYCITY Cinemas Film Squad members who purchase their tickets early go into the draw to win the Die Hard trilogy on DVD.

As part of SKYCITY Cinema’s Hot Seat promotion, customers that see any movie before August 22, and text the unique code found on SKYCITY Cinemas tickets to ‘5646’ are in to win $10,000. SKYCITY Cinema’s Film Squad members who see three movies during the Hot Seat promotion get a free bonus movie ticket.

To book tickets to SKYCITY Cinemas Mystery Movie or to join the Film Squad, visit


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