Prasads IMAX, Hyderabad, India
There’s no way one can experience 3-D cinema better than what they could at Prasads IMAX at Hyderabad, India as it is the largest 3-D IMAX in the world. The screen at the cinema theater is 72 ft in height and 92 ft in width. In addition, it also has a 6-channel sound system that offers an output of 12,000 watts of uncompressed digital surround sound. The popularity of Prasads IMAX can be anticipated by the fact that it receives more than 1,500 calls a day just for telephone booking.
Electric Cinema, London, England
Did you ever desire to watch a movie on a double bed placed right in the front row of a movie theater? Then, you must visit Electric Cinema located in the Notting Hill district. The theater features three 2-seater sofas at the rear of the theater while it also offers six double beds in the front row that give you an experience of watching the film right from your bedroom. Adding to your comfort, they also provide individual cashmere blankets as well.
Sun Pictures Cinema, Australia
Developed in 1916, Sun Pictures Cinema in Australia holds the credit for being the world’s oldest operating “outdoor picture garden”. Though set at the outdoors, the seating is set with a line of deck chairs along with lavatories marked “Humphrey’s” and “Vivien’s”. In spite of being the oldest, Sun Pictures Cinema shines through the ages offering one of the best and vibrant cinematic experience.
Cine de Chef, Seoul, Korea
Munching on popcorn or other snacks while watching a movie is regular. But, how about enjoying a cinema while feasting on an upscale French-Italian cuisine, courtesy of a former Park Hyatt chef. Although, such a hospitality may cost you more, Cine de Chef in Seoul, Korea offers such kind of royal movie experience. Also, all the 30 beautifully crafted seats in the movie theater are developed by the same designers who make private movie theater seats for Saudi royalty.
Rooftop Cinema, Melbourne, Australia
Ever imagined of experiencing a movie on the rooftop of a building that not only offers a different ambiance but also a killer view of Melbourne from the roof that also hosts a Kung Fu academy, a bookstore, and a cookie bar. Rooftop Cinema located in Melbourne, Australia can offer you such experience while you are seated on one of the 185 beautifully colored deck chairs dotting the roof with blankets provided to resist the chills on the roof.
Cinematheque Francaise, Paris, France
Cinematheque Francaise, located in Paris, is a museum of films, movie documents and film-related objects in the world. Established in 1936, the Cinematheque features daily screenings of both classic and new films around the globe. The best part about this movie theater is that it projects the movies on its large interior walls rather than on a typical projection screen.