After months of tribulation, starting from the builder walking away with the money paid to getting the final opening licence and connections to water and electrics, Movie World has finally reached the long awaited moment and opened its doors just days before Christmas.
It now all seems well worth the pain, no more waiting in the rain for the person in front to make his or her mind up and push the right button on that infernal machine, which seems to take ages in dishing out the films. All you need to do is walk in the bright, acclimatised shop and take all the time you need to look over the many shelves. You will find that in addition to the latest releases there is a good supporting stock of all most popular films. All films are in English but there is also a good stock of films in both languages.
If you need a quick break while making your choice, or want to think about the film that might be you choice for the night, you can move over to the Chocolate Bar where you will find all different types of chocolate drinks, fresh real Italian coffee, freshly made Pop Corns and all sorts of crisps, sweets and other items that usually accompany watching a good film.
Since its recent launch, Movie World has been a success and it already claims more subscribers than were expected in this short time.