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Movie-goers cue to see the sold out shows during the R5 promotion at Movies@Savannah.

Movies@Savannah opening a success

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Film lovers flocked to the silver screens at Savannah Mall’s state of the art cinemas where they were able to enjoy some of the newest releases at only R5 per person last Thursday.
Movies@Savannah had their official opening and introduction to the public with this amazing offer and residents of the city responded by showing up in their numbers. Families, friends, school groups and individuals did not have to be invited twice to make the most of this opportunity.
Friends Carl Bothma, Lesego Bopape and George Mahapa said they were very impressed with the four modern and comfortable cinemas at Movies@Savannah. “They also show 3D-movies at very reasonable prices. That is why we will come back. It is affordable and as good as any other cinema in Limpopo,” Mahapa said.
The threesome made use of the cheap tickets to see John Wick Chapter Two, a movie they have been looking forward to since the release of the first John Wick film. “We love the action and violence,” they agreed.
Amy Goosen, Marketing Manager of Savannah Mall said the opening exceeded her wildest expectations. “The turnout for the R5 movie special went beyond what we thought would be possible. Thank you to the public that came out and supported this crazy promotion. Our 15:00, 17:30 and 20:00 shows were totally sold out and my team worked incredibly hard to serve everyone on time. It was a great success.”
For more information about Movies@Savannah, contact mall management on 015 296 1401 or see this week’s line-up on page two of this edition of Polokwane Observer.

Story and photos: MARKI FRANKEN
>>marki.observer@gmail.com

Brothers David and Chelo Winner enjoy the last bit of popcorn after seeing Rock Dog.

Jardus Kelly, at the back, accompanied his siblings and their friends to see Rock Dog at the Movies@Savannah last Thursday.

Carl Bothma, Lesego Bopape and George Mahapa enjoyed John Wick Chapter Two.

Good Hope Primary School educator Lorraine Ncube with learners Naledi Ramoraswi and Oratile Ratsuma.

Joanita and Tegan Kuilder join Hennie and Kayleigh Steyn at Movies@Savannah.