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Movie watched: Space next.
TL:DR Spend your money elsewhere.
I considered myself lucky to have experienced numerous OmniMax movies (projected on actual Imax 15/70 film) in the early 2000s because, compared to now, the theatre is a shadow of it's former glory.
Having watched digital...More
We went for 2 shows both Space next and Aurora, both content was not very interesting. Moreover was like watching videos in net. The content was not so fantastic . Not worth for the price we pay. Must give importance to the presentation. Not worth...More
We saw the Space X movie. The wow thing was 180 degree dome screen. But sound could have been better, chairs could have been reclining back.
The content of movie was okay. It just shows the journey of invention of planes and then rocket and...More
The usual 180deg screen but nothing special. The sound system was mediocre - an area they can improve to enhance viewer's experience. Chairs were not reclined enough and hence couldn't see the screen well and one can end up with a sore neck.
Fantastic viewing experience. Re- ticket, when I tried to book online I saw the show & time I wanted was fully-booked, but when I arrived at the Science Centre, I asked the reception and was advised there were still few seats left. Yay, lucky me!...More
I visit planitoriam & omni theatre with family(kids age 13,14,16) thay sleep very much in omni theatre show, the show was that much better, the planitoriam also below expectations in singapores standard
So suggest very one don't waste your time and money.
Recently I took some of my relatives to the IMAX Omni-Theatre to watch the documentary. My previous experiences with the Theatre was very much wonderful. To our expectations, it was a disappointing experience. The sound effect was not as good as previously shown and the...More
If you are new to an IMAX globe-type experience, you may like it. But if you have been to one already, you can safely skip this. The show we went to was titled 'Going back to moon' - the script was poorly written, the show...More