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What to watch this spring at the movies

RetiredModerator Megan_YC
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Optus Perks offers you discounted Hoyts cinema tickets, so you’ve got an excuse to avoid spring cleaning duties and escape hay fever season for a couple of hours and enjoy a movie near you.


Check out some of these spring flicks so you can get the most out of your perks.

For the family
The House with a Clock in its Walls


Starring our very own Cate Blanchett, The House with a Clock in its Walls follows a 10-year-old orphan, Lewis. Lewis goes to live with his uncle Jonathan – a not-so-competent warlock played by Jack Black.


Lewis soon discovers that this is no ordinary house, but rather one with enchantments and creepy magical creatures. For a fun family night out, give The House with a Clock in its Walls a watch – grab your tickets today.


A guaranteed scare
The Nun


This spine-tingling horror movie is set in a Romanian abbey, where a nun has died under controversial circumstances. Sent to investigate her death is a priest with a dark past and a nun on the cusp of her final vows. Together, the pair discover terrifying secrets hidden by the abbey.


The Nun is the fifth instalment in the infamous James Wan inspired horror universe of The Conjuring and serves as a spin-off of 2016’s The Conjuring 2. Filled with scares galore, catch The Nun in cinemas now – tickets available here.


A nod to Australia’s history
Ladies in Black


Making it onto Hoyts’ Homegrown list for its incredible Australian cast and setting is Ladies in Black. Set in the post war era of the 1950’s, we see Australian society on the edge of big changes.


Schoolgirl Lisa begins a summer job at a department store in Sydney, here she meets the “ladies in black” who influence her for the better, ultimately altering the direction of her life. Based on Madeline St John’s captivating novel, The Women in Black, this film is not one to miss – get your discounted movie tickets today.

A star-studded love story
A Star is Born


A struggling country music star played by Bradley Cooper finds the ultra-talented Ally at a time when he needs her most. The pair fall in love, with Jackson encouraging Ally to pursue her dreams and perform her own music.


Despite Jacksons initial encouragement, Ally’s unexpected success proves challenging for the old-time country musician. Jack’s own internal struggles become more pronounced as Ally steps into the limelight.


Catch Lady Gaga starring in this heartfelt movie from the 18th October – discounted tickets available through Optus Perks.


For Harry Potter fans
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald


The sequel to 2016’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, this film promises to be as entertaining as the last. The infamous Gellert Grindelwald escapes incarceration and attempts to reassemble his allies.


Newt Scamander, along with Dumbledore, work to stop Grindelwald’s plan for pure blood wizard rule.


Johnny Depp, Eddie Redmayne, and Jude Law, are just a few of the phenomenal actors in this long-awaited film, in Hoyts’ cinemas from the 15th November – grab your tickets through Perks.


If none of these highly anticipated, hilarious and entertaining films take your fancy, we’re sure that you can find one that does in a Hoyts cinema near you. Optus Perks is offering discounted Hoyts movie tickets, buy your tickets today and enjoy your movie of choice Smiley Very Happy

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RetiredModerator Felicity_YC

I can't wait for Fantastic Beasts. You, @Megan_YC