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  1. The Croods Suddenly Withdrawn from Chinese Cinemas

    The Dreamworks movie initially had it's life on Chinese screens extended a month until June 24 due to high popularity. However, messages appeared on Weibo that the cinemas received a sudden notice to remove the movie.

  2. The Croods Suddenly Withdrawn from Chinese Cinemas

    The Dreamworks movie initially had it's life on Chinese screens extended a month until June 24 due to high popularity. However, messages appeared on Weibo that the cinemas received a sudden notice to remove the movie.

  3. "Tron: Legacy" Hits the Screens in 3D

    The American movie "Tron: Legacy" was released on the mainland from January 11th. The 3D and IMAX versions of "Tron: Legacy" are currently showing in cinemas across Guangzhou.

  4. Popular Cinemas in GZ

    An outing to the cinema is a great choice to escape the summer heat. Snuggle up in your comfy seat, relax in those seconds of darkness before the film commences and enjoy some of the most entertaining movies the 7th Art has to offer...

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  6. Guangzhou Old Cinemas Go with the Tide

    China has a long history of film making and as surprising as it may seem, between the founding of the PRC in 1949.

  7. GZ Popular Cinemas

  8. Popular Cinemas in Guangzhou

    An outing to the cinema is a great choice to escape the summer heat. Snuggle up in your comfy seat, relax in those seconds of darkness before the film commences and enjoy some of the most entertaining movies the 7th Art has to offer...

  9. Guangzhou Old Cinemas Go with the Tide

    In the 1970s, cinemas in Guangzhou were divided into two grades. Most cinemas were second grade which meant comfort was basic and the quality sometimes debatable.

  10. Guangzhou Old Cinemas Go with the Tide

    In the 1970s, cinemas in Guangzhou were divided into two grades. Most cinemas were second grade which meant comfort was basic and the quality sometimes debatable.

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