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Dendy opens this Friday 29 October—here’s what to see

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Somehow, after nine weeks of lockdown, the concept of going to the cinema—the buttery popcorn, hushed lobby and comfy seats—feels completely foreign.

But not in a bad way—it’s foreign like a country I can’t wait to visit again. Happily, Canberrans won’t have to wait long for that particular getaway, with cinemas able to open from this Friday 29 October with plenty of COVID-safe measures and physical distancing.

Dendy Cinemas Canberra has released a massive lineup of session times ahead of this Friday—and yes, you can snap up tickets right now. Here’s what we’ll be buying movie snacks for.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (M)

Unfortunately, Australia has gotten the rough end of the pineapple when it comes to 2021 releases with our rolling lockdowns, so you’ll no doubt have seen rave reviews (and maybe some spoilers) of Shang-Chi splashed across social media.

However, that’s no reason to give this epic Marvel instalment a swerve. In fact, many action-lovers are calling this one of the best the MCU has produced in some time. You be the judge.

Eiffel (M)

A French epic starring Sex Education‘s Emma Mackey and legend of cinema Francaise Romain Duris, explore the story of the man behind one of the world’s most iconic structures.

Passion, history and high production values—this is perfect for a gal’s night out or a matinee.

Pig (MA15+)

Pig follows a truffle hunter and former chef on a quest to find his beloved truffle pig, who has been kidnapped.

While this sounds like a lark, one look at the gritty trailer and you’ll realise this is essentially John Wick with a bit of Nicholas Cage thrown in…which sounds amazing to me!

Ron’s Gone Wrong

A sweet treat for kids and parents alike, Ron’s Gone Wrong introduces us to B-Bots—a must have networking and social media bot for kids.

Barney desperately wants a B-Bot. But when he gets one—Ron—he realises something is a little…off. But will he leave his mate behind? Never.

The Last Duel (MA15+)

Jodi Comer, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Adam Driver in ONE FILM? Sign. Me. Up!

The Last Duel is an epic in true Ridley Scott style that pulls no punches and spares no expense to bring forth a tale of good versus evil in 14th century France.


Who else would play the iconic Aretha Franklin than the irrepressible Jennifer Hudson? This biopic of one of the greatest voices ever is a must-see for music lovers.

Free Guy (M)

What happens to side characters in video games? According to Free Guy they have lives of their own—and dreams too.

Ryan Reynolds is perfection in this grown-up video game comedy that also stars Jodi Comer, Taika Waititi and Channing Tatum.

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