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Last 2 Days! 44% off Movie Tickets + Free Drinks + Party World Vouchers + Spa Treats (Hits include Ip Man 2, Money No Enough 2, Hachiko & Many More) at Sinema Old School (Dhoby Ghaut)
- Movie Ticket to Film Festival - Various Movies to Choose From
2 Price Options:
- Movie Ticket for movie from Mon to Thur - Only $5 instead of $9 (please refer to list of movies below)
- Movie Ticket for movie from Fri to Sat - Only $6 instead of $10 (please refer to list of movies below)
Includes the following goodies:
- Pre-show drink by Drinkdings (Redeemable before the show – 1 Glass per customer
- 30-min Complimentary Spa Treats worth $80 at Mary Chia or Urban Homme:
(Choice of one)
- Express Cleansing Face Spa
- Body Contouring Wrap with Sauna
- Tension Relief Back Massage
- $10 Party World Voucher
- $5 Yummy Chopsticks Dining Voucher
- $10 Juup Nails Voucher
28 May 2012 ($5 per ticket) [SOLD OUT]
- Monday - 3.00pm Hachiko
- Monday – 6.30pm Homecoming
- Monday – 8.45pm Connected
29 May 2012 ($5 per ticket) [SOLD OUT]
- Tuesday – 3.00pm The Battle of Terra
- Tuesday – 6.30pm School Days with a Pig
- Tuesday – 8.45pm Just Follow Law
30 May 2012 ($5 per ticket) [SOLD OUT]
- Wednesday – 3.00pm Motherhood
- Wednesday – 6.30pm Turning Point
- Wednesday – 8.45pm Ip Man 2
31 May 2012 ($5 per ticket) [SOLD OUT]
- Thursday – 3.00pm Snow Prince
- Thursday – 6.30pm The Ghosts Must Be Crazy
- Thursday – 8.45pm Where Got Ghost
1 Jun 2012 ($6 per ticket)
- Friday – 3.00pm Ip Man 2
- Friday – 6.30pm Hachiko
- Friday – 8.45pm Aftershock
2 Jun 2012 ($6 per ticket)
- Saturday – 3.00pm Peter Cottontail
- Saturday – 6.00pm Beast Stalker
- Saturday – 8.45pm Money No Enough 2
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Enjoy movies at the Film Festival at an incredibly discounted rate!
Just Follow Law
This is a satirical movie that humorously explores the intricacies of office politics, seen through the eyes of blue-collar worker Shui and Vice President Tanya who, through a freak accident, swap souls and bodies. They each experience life in the shoes of the other and come to a better understanding of the plights and challenges facing the workforce in Singapore.
Money No Enough 2
Ten-years since the first Money No Enough, local celebrity auteur Jack Neo's "Money No Enough 2" returns to lampoon life in Singapore where money is never enough. The story revolves around three brothers from a middle-income background in contemporary Singapore. They are caricatures to represent the three income classes of Singaporeans. It is the filmmaker's wish that Money No Enough 2, through the trials and tribulations faced by the three Yang brothers, gives us insight into the lives of Singaporeans today and a chance to laugh at ourselves.
The Ghosts Must Be Crazy
The Ghosts Must Be Crazy features 2 stories - The Day Off and Ghost Bride.Directed by Boris Boo (director of Phua Chu Kang The Movie), The Day Off is about Ah Nan (John Cheng) and Ah Lei (Wang Lei) going for their annual in-camp training and they meet a very on Platoon Commander.The second story of the movie is directed by the first time director, Mark Lee, a comedian and host familiar to most households. Ghost Bride is about a man Ah Hui (Henry Thia) who is unlucky in love. He meets a stranger, Ah Hai (Mark Lee), who promises him fortune and blessings if he seeks help from 'brothers and sisters' in the netherworld.
Where Got Ghost?
"Where Got Ghost?" is a Horror-Comedy Chinese Movie. 3-in-1 Horror tales told in a good old comedy fashion.
Roadside Got Ghost
Swindlers Cai, Fu and Shou have a new scam - using a hotline to make random calls to people, promising them fortune. Those who win the lottery are required to pay commission to Cai or be scared into submission. One day, Cai receives a phone call. The caller gives Cai deploying the same hotline trick. Believing it is a copycat of his scam, Cai naturally disregards the call, but goes ahead and tries his luck with the given number anyway. To his surprise, he wins. Mysterious happenings assume...
Forest Got Ghost
Nan and Lei return for army reservists' training. They learn that the place they will be send is the widely known 'haunted hill', so they take the shortcut. Suddenly, the 'haunted hill' seems to come alive - tombstones, red dress spirit and other strange sightings. Then it rains. Nan and Lei seek refuge at Yin Yin's house, a girl they just met. Little do they know their road to hell has been cut short...
House Got Ghost
It is the Lunar 7th Month, weird sightings happen at home, children can only think it is the late mother's doings. The truth slowly surface as they begin their road trip only this time it seems to be more than what they bargain for...
The Beast Stalker
A traffic accident changed their lives forever.
In capturing wanted criminal Cheung Yat-tung, Sergeant Tong Fei was involved in a gunfight and car accident that put the criminal in a coma. But in the process he also crippled an fellow officer, and mistakenly shot dead the elder daughter of public prosecutor and single mother Ann Ko. Unable to handle the guilt, Tong Fei succumbs to a fog of pain. Ann Ko, meanwhile, pours all her love and attention to her younger daughter Ling.
Three months later, the criminal Cheung Yat-tung awakens from his coma. Ann Ko, who had been working hard on bringing him to justice, insists he stand trial immediately.
Professional killer Hung King completes his assignment of kidnapping Ann Ko’s daughter Ling. Tong Fei attempts to cut him off, but fails to stop Hung King or to rescue the girl.
Soon, Ann Ko gets a phone call, telling her that if she wants to see Ling again, she will drop all charges against Cheung Yat-tung. And if she goes to the police, they will kill Ling.
Tong Fei swears that he will rescue Ling, seeking to redeem himself from his past mistake. With assistance from a former colleague fondly known as Master Sun, Tong Fei gradually comes closer to locating Hung King’s hideout, but the most important clue is the information in Ann Ko’s cell phone. However, Ann Ko hates him so much that she refuses to let him have anything to do with the case. Tong Fei has no choice but to beg for help from former co-workers with whom he did not get along.
Ann Ko is backed into a corner, but she is determined to refuse help from Tong Fei. In a misguided attempt to save Ling’s life, Ann Ko steals the case files.
Meanwhile, Tong Fei and Master Sun capture Hung King, but only to have him escape again. Tong Fei decides the best tactic is to kick up a fuss. The criminals think Ann Ko had gone to the police, and warn her that they will hurt Ling. Ann Ko finds out what Tong Fei had done, and desperately tries to stop him from further investigation. Tong Fei shows her important evidence proving Ling is being held nearby, and if they give up now, Ling may not survive the night.
Hung King finds out that Tong Fei, Master Sun and Ann Ko are fast approaching his hideout. In desperation, he flees with Ling, leaving behind his paralyzed wife Li in her sick-bed. Tong Fei, Master Sun and Ann Ko find Li and contact Hung King to negotiate a hostage exchange. However, Hung King refuses, and tries to kidnap Li from Tong Fei.
Tong Fei discovers a small clue, tracks down Hung King and rescues Ling. As soon as she hears Ling is safe, Ann Ko brings the evidence to court to ensure Cheung Yat-tung is brought to justice.
But Hung King refuses to give up. He fights and defeats Tong Fei. Ling flees on her own, but gets into an accident and is buried alive in an avalanche of mud and sand. By the time Tong Fei arrives to rescue her, she is at death’s door….
Bob’s life isn’t going well at all. A single father in a dead-end job as a debt collector, he’s trapped in a job that goes against his usual easy-going helpful nature and he’s under tremendous pressure to be a better dad, a better brother, a better worker, even a better person. While dealing with all this and his sister’s threat to move to China with his son to force him to clean up his act, Bob receives a call out of the blue. It’s a stranger called Grace who claims a mysterious kidnapper is keeping her against her will and begs him to save her and her young daughter. Is it just a heartless prank? The detective he tried reporting the call to seems to think so but Bob’s instincts tell him that he may just be the only thing standing between them and a painful death. But does he have the mettle to rise above his own self-centred concerns and risk everything – including his own son – for two people he has never met and who may not even exist?
In Tangshan, a truck driver (Da Qiang), his wife (Yuan Ni) and their twins (Fang Da and Fang Deng) are a happy simple family. On 27 July 1976, a devastating earthquake destroys Tangshan, and Da Qiang dies while trying to rescue his children from their apartment. When a collapsed beam traps Fang Da and Fang Deng, Yuan Ni is forced to decide between saving her son or daughter and she chooses Fang Da. However, her daughter Fang Deng overhears her mother's choice and miraculously survives. She is rescued by a soldier and adopted by a couple, but her bitterness towards her mother lives on, until 32 years later when another earthquake hits China, and Wang Deng, now living in Canada, returns to her homeland to join the voluntary rescue team. There, she is forced to resolve the resentfulness within her.
Ip Man 2
After Ip Man protected the dignity of Chinese during the Sino-Japanese war, Ip Man relocates to Hong Kong with his family.
Life is difficult for Ip Man and his family. The chief editor of a newspaper decides to lend Ip Man a place where he can teach Wing Chun and earn a living. However Ip Man could not gather any students as Wing Chun is unheard of in Hong Kong. One day, a young man, Wong Leung (Huang Xiaoming) challenges Ip Man and is defeated easily. Impressed, Wong gathers his friends to learn Wing Chun from Ip Man.
One day, Wong is challenged by a thug, Cheng Wai Kei (To Yue-Hong), the leader of the gang who practices Hung Fist. Defeated by Wong, Cheng plots revenge. Ip Man has to intervene to protect Wong, in the event; he meets Master Hung (Sammo Hung) who accused Ip Man of violating the rules of the Wushu society. In order to teach Wushu in Hong Kong, Ip Man has to accept challenges from masters of different Wushu sect. Ip Man accepts and defeats all masters except Master Hung whose skills are on par with Ip Man. Thus Ip Man gains the respect of Master Hung.
Master Hung gives Ip Man a ticket to watch “King of Boxing Competition” featuring a cold-blooded boxer, Twister who eventually wins the title. Cheng and a few others then perform a wushu sequence as entertainment. Twister thinks that it is a joke and beats up the performers on stage. This act angers Ip Man the other wushu masters present, resulting in a fight between Twister and them.
Master Hung tries to help but is pulled back by his friends working for the westerners. Finally, Master Hung cannot contain his anger and confronts Twister while Ip Man checks on the injured Wong. Twister refuses to apologise for the chaos he has caused unless Master Hung beats him. Master Hung despite his old age manages to put up a good fight but is eventually killed by Twister.
Twister’s behaviour and Master Hung’s death cause an uproar in the Chinese community. Another fighting competition is organized for the westerners and Chinese to pit their skills against each other. Ip Man joins the competition and swears to claim back the dignity of Chinese wushu and Chinese people.
Ip Man puts up a good fight, showing his indomitable spirit. The westerners touched by his spirit, start to cheer for Ip Man. At last Ip Man uses Master Hung’s famous move to beat Twister, claiming back the lost dignity for the Chinese.
Wing Chun then becomes more popular in Hong Kong. In 1956, Wong brings a young man to become Ip Man’s student. This student named Bruce Lee later becomes the famous action movie star of his era.
Laughing (MICHAEL TSE) is formally a police undercover. However due to a drug trafficking case, Inspector Pan (FELIX WONG) is hot on his trails. Before Laughing becomes a police undercover, he works under triad leader Yi (ANTHONY WONG). Yi treats Laughing as his own brother, however to protect his territory and illegal businesses, Yi instructed Laughing to join the police force and act as his undercover. Laughing is a high-flyer in the police academy. However he never got a chance to join the force because he is specially picked by Inspector Xian (YUEN BIAO) to be an undercover in the underworld syndicate. Hence Laughing becomes a “double-undercover”. Yi is happy that Laughing is allocated to the triad of his rival (FRANCIS NG). To make his situation worse, Laughing falls in love with the triad leader’s sister, Karen. Justice, brotherhood and love, what will Laughing decide on? His decision will be a turning point in his life.
Hachiko: A Dog’s Story
This heartwarming true story is an American adaptation of a Japanese tale about a loyal dog named Hachiko. This very special friend would accompany his master to the train station every day and return each afternoon to greet him after work. Sadly his master departs one day, passes away and never returns to the station. Hachiko faithfully returns to the same spot at the station the very next day, and every day for the next nine years to wait for his beloved master. During his daily visits, Hachiko touches the lives of many who work near and commute through the town square. He teaches the local people love, compassion and above all unyielding loyalty. Today, a bronze statue of Hachiko sits in his waiting spot outside the Shibuya station in Japan as a permanent reminder of his devotion and love.
Everybody loves the Easter Bunny. Everybody, that is, except the evil Irontail, who wanted the job of Easter Bunny for himself – but lost out to Peter Cottontail. A generation later, Irontail is back to take his revenge, teaming up with the ice-cold Jackie Frost in a devious plot to plunge the world into permanent winter. Now it’s up to Peter Cottontail Junior to save the day! Together with Flutter, a “flight-challenged” bird and Munch, a mouse who never met a meal she didn’t like, these three unlikely kid heroes set out on the adventure of a lifetime! Along the way, they test their friendship, travel to the edge of the Earth and uncover the secret of the Clocks of the Seasons.
School Days with a Pig
Based on a true story, this film is an emotional masterpiece based on a true controversial story that swept across Japan. A rookie primary school teacher (Satoshi Tsumabuki) suggests his students that they raise a pig, as a way to teach “the real connection between life and food.” He further proposes to eat the pig when it is fully grown. The deadline will be their graduation. The class gets a piglet together, and decides to take care of it in rotation. The students decide to name the piglet “P-chan”. Hesitant to take care of the P-chan at first, it wasn’t long before the students begin to cherish it. As time passes, the rookie teacher starts facing displeasures from his colleagues and the parents of his students. The children themselves begin to quarrel over the P-chan. However teacher and students manage to overcome the problems and learn a lot from this experience. As things have started to work in a positive way, the class has to face an even bigger dilemma a year later. 365 days of love and devotion showered on P-chan, it has grown big. The deadline of the project is drawing near. They have to decide the fate of P-chan. Will they follow the initial objective of this.
Battle for Terra
The animated film tells the story of Senn (Justin Long) and Mala (Evan Rachel Wood), two rebellious alien teens living on the beautiful planet Terra, a place that promotes peace and tolerance, having long ago rejected war and weapons of mass destruction. But when Terra is invaded by human beings fleeing a civil war and environmental catastrophe, the planet is plunged into chaos. During the upheaval, Mala befriends an injured human pilot (Luke Wilson) and each learns the two races are not so different from one another. Together they must face the terrifying realization that in a world of limited resources, only one of their races is likely to survive.
10-year-old Sota lives with his grandfather and a dog named Chibi in a small snowy village. They live in such poverty that Sota cannot even afford to go to school, but however hard the situation is, Sota never holds a bad feeling against anyone around and keeps his dream alive to become a painter. He has been friends with Sayo, a girl brought up in a wealthy family, ever since they were little despite the difference in their family background, which made Sayo's father feel uneasy. In spite of the difficulties he faces, Sota manages to complete a piece of painting which he wishes to show Sayo. He and Chibi go down a snowy night path to Sayo's house only to find her father's storage on fire...Through their encounters, Sota and Chibi reminds us that genuine happiness always exists in your heart.
Raising kids is never easy. Eliza (Uma Thurman), a stay-at-home mom of two, hilariously finds this out in seemingly endless day where she must plan a birthday party, deal with her scatter-brained husband, save her car from being towed, and write an essay for a parenting magazine before the fast-approaching deadline. That's Motherhood!
HOMECOMING is a series of intertwining stories about an ensemble of people on both sides of the Causeway as they head home to celebrate their Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner with their families. A road-trip movie, comedy and heartwarming family drama all rolled into one, the movie takes place over the course of one day – Chinese New Year’s Eve. Stars Jack Neo, Mark Lee, A Niu, Rebecca Lim, and Jacelyn Tay.