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Britain’s most famous spy – No Time To Die – James Bond: Daniel Craig

 

MOM Park Cinema on Wednesday, September, 29., at midnight as part of the Grand Opening screening series, the long-awaited latest new Bond movie – NO TIME TO DIE – and Daniel Craig bids goodbye of 15 years as 007 in the Being James Bond.

Starring Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas, Ralph Fiennes. Director Cary Joji Fukunaga. Age limit Not recommended for people under the age of sixteen. Duration 2 hours 43 minutes. The premier screenings of the Bond film can be attended with a standard cinema ticket, the armband is not valid.

Synopsis: James Bond enjoys life in Jamaica. His peaceful days ends when his old friend, CIA Felix Leiter, shows up and asks for his help. The goal is to rescue a kidnapped scientist, but the mission turns out to be much riskier than expected. The 007 follows in the footsteps hot on trail of a mysterious villain in possession of a new, dangerous technology. (NO TIME TO DIE has been the most anticipated movie of 2020 and was originally going to release at around April 2020, then COVID ‑ 19 hit and the movie was postponed to November 2020 then it was postponed again to April 2021.)

Viewers of the midnight screening will be among the first to see it in Hungary. The national cinema premier will only begin on Thursday, September, 30. 2021.

The Grand Opening starts from 6 p.m. awaiting the audience with Hollywood cult films and iconic concert films, such as: Jurassic Park (1993), Godfather (1972), Back to the Future (1985), Apocalypse Now (1979), Indiana Jones and the Marauders of the Lost Ark (1981), Total Recall (1990), Forrest Gump (1994) and Actually Love (2003). The opening day program also includes three concert films: Depeche Mode’s highly successful musical documentary Spirits in the Forest (2019), a film about the Queen’s legendary 1986 concert in Budapest, and a real rarity, Pink Floyd’s early 1972- His live film Live at Pompeii.

On Thursday, September 30, CinemaMOM is open to cinema fans every day of the week. The premium cinema experience is provided by state-of-the-art digital projection, restored image and sound technology. With the renewed MOM Cinema the audience may enjoy their seat in comfortable armchairs. The cinema’s ground-floor buffet, offers and serves as a bar and café and also an expanded menu.
The films are projected with digitally restored image and sound. The selection program can be visited with an armband, which is valid for the screening of all cult and concert films.  The tickets can be purchased on site from 4 p.m. on the opening day – discounted price 3000HUF. The tickets for the entire premier week are already available in advance on the cinema website (only in Hungarian language) or at the ticket machines placed on the spot at the entrance.

In addition to the premiere films, the CinemaMOM program, which is organized by Pannonia Movie Kft. may  see a selection of performances from the Zurich Opera House, starring today’s number one tenor star, Jonas Kaufmann, as well as the 2021-22 season of the Royal Opera House in London, with world-class opera and ballet performances. Fans of classic films will be greeted with the most memorable works of the last 50 years of cinema history in the screenings of the “Hollywood Classics” screening series. To complement the cinematic experience, the Bowling Club will continue to be available and will be back soon after a short period of technical maintenance.

In addition to the screened content, live puppet theater programs await the youngest from the end of October, with such popular fairy-tale heroes as Kipp-Kopp, Boribon, Marzipan kitten and László Vitéz.

Update: Aggie Reiter