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Coasting : Issue 9 Mar 2010
14 central coast • new south wales COASTING ENTERTAINMENT Interview with a Name: Jonathan Stewart Role: General manager Greater Union Cinemas, Westfield Tuggerah. Q: How long have you been watching movies? A: It started when we got our first Betamax video player. So I guess it's safe to say over 30 years now. Q: First movie you can remember seeing at a cinema? A: The Great Muppet Caper. My aunt took me to see it in one of the old cinemas in the city which has since closed down. It was raining when we saw the movie, then as an extra treat we went and saw a Muppet display in one of the adjoining buildings. Q: Favourite three movies of all time? A: Today they would be: • Back to the Future. All-time classic. Great cast, so many memorable scenes and I'd kill for a flying Delorean. • Ghostbusters. They came, they saw, they kicked those ghosts' asses! • Superman. As a kid, Richard Donner really made me believe a man could fly. But my Top 3 is likely to change again tomorrow. Q: You must get the chance to see some movies many times. What movie have you chosen to see most often at Tuggerah? A: The Dark Knight. I am the ultimate Bat-fan and while no movie has ever captured the epitome of the character, this film came pretty close. Q: You must have seen The Matrix a few times. Did you really understand it? Be honest! A: Of course -- I loved it. There is no spoon! ASS KICKIN': Ghostbusters was all the rage in 1984. SCREEN TIME: Greater Union Cinemas general manager, at Westfield Tuggerah, Jonathan Stewart. Picture by Aaron Brown.
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