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Coasting : Issue 9 Mar 2010
15 www.coastingtoday.com.au COASTING ENTERTAINMENT One Stop Shop for All Your Motoring Needs 170 Pacific Highway, Wyong // Ph: 4353 1122 // Fax: 4351 2241 Brooks Avenue, North Gosford // Ph: 4328 2888 // Fax: 4329 1111 1 Charleton Street, Woy Woy // Ph: 4344 1455 // Fax: 4344 1448 Experience the Luxury of Alfa Romeo Test Drive Today at Brian Hilton Motor Group Introducing the MiTo Sporty Looks, Racing Pedigree, Contemporary Engineering $31,490 Drive Away From c8695462-4Mar Q: And what movie could you not watch again? A: Am I going to upset the thousands of fans on the Coast by saying Twilight: New Moon? Q: If you were stuck on a desert island (with a perfectly functioning cinema, of course) and had only one movie musical to watch for the rest of your life, what musical would you choose? A: While I'm not opposed to musicals, I don't really have a favourite. Chicago was quite easy on the eyes, so I could watch it more than once. Q: What has been the biggest night at your cinema at Tuggerah? A: The Tuesday between Christmas and New Year 2009. We had our biggest full day ever. It was incredible, with any and every session selling out. Our foyer was bursting at the seams. Q: What has been the most memorable reaction that you've seen a moviegoer have to a movie? A: One of the reasons I love this job is seeing people's reactions to the adventure they have just experienced. I've seen Captain Jack Sparrow (or at least he thought he was) in full costume walk out from Pirates of the Caribbean. I recall the time a little girl sobbed uncontrollably after she saw the end of Marley and Me. And of course there was the time a guy came out of seeing Rocky Balboa and punched a hole through my wall. Q: What three movies would be on your perfect Halloween movie marathon? A: Not my genre, I'm afraid (pun intended). If I was to create a Halloween line-up I'd go with a bit of humour, so Shaun of the Dead, From Dusk Till Dawn and maybe to make my wife happy, Lost Boys. Q: Favourite Aussie movie? A: Crocodile Dundee. I have fond memories as a youngster going to see it at The Entrance in a packed cinema. Q: Favourite line of dialogue from a movie? A: "Roads! Where we are going we don't need roads!" -- from Back to the Future. Q: If there was one movie that you could change the ending to, what movie would it be, and what ending would you give it? A: Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. In my ending, the Empire would use the Death Star to blow up the Ewoks. Q: What upcoming films are you most looking forward to seeing? A: This season there are some fantastic movies arriving and April can't come fast enough. The Clash of the Titans looks awesome and Sam Worthington seems to be on a roll. Iron Man 2 should be as good, if not better, than the first one. But the one I can't wait to see is Kick Ass. While not one for the kids, I'm betting this superhero comedy will be the movie to see. ENOUGH ALREADY: Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in Twilight: New Moon (2009). MULTI VIEW: Christian Bale and Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight (2008). Picture by Warner Bros/Stephen Vaughan. LIGHT FRIGHT: Shaun of the Dead (2004). TIMELESS: Michael JFoxinBacktothe Future (1985).
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