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Give The Gift of Movies This Father’s Day. We are giving away FOUR family movie passes to Event Cinemas so you can treat your dad (& the rest of the family) to a Big Screen adventure.

High-energy feats, fast-paced stunts and massive explosions – Event Cinemas know Dad deserves some action this Father’s Day. With the hottest new releases on offer, epic Gold Class packages fit for a king, and fantastic Event Cinemas Movie Gift Cards ranging in value from $25-$200, Event Cinemas has the perfect gift for Dad.

For those looking for something extraordinary to do on the special day, Event Cinemas is offering Gold Class experiences over the Father’s Day weekend from $60* per person. The exclusive package includes entry to the palatial Gold Class cinema and a devilishly delicious dessert from the extensive, mouth-watering menu.

Every Gold Class ticket purchased over the Father’s Day weekend will also go in the draw to win a trip for two to London for a spy-themed vacation thanks to the return of everyone’s favourite secret agent in Johnny English Strikes Again. The prize includes flights and accommodation to London’s most famous luxury spy hotel, St. Ermin’s Hotel, an exclusive Johnny English Kendo Martial Arts Masterclass, a Private Virtual Reality Experience and a Secret Agent Activation Pack. The total prize pack is valued at $8,000.

To top it all off, September is the month to hit the cinemas with an array of new releases just right for Dad, including:

  • Mile 22, an action thriller starring Mark Wahlberg as an operative of the CIA’s most highly-prized and least-understood unit,
  • The Meg, think Jaws on steroids, this action-packed horror flick features a terrifying 75-foot-long prehistoric shark
  • BlacKkKlansman, an incredible true story of an American hero from visionary filmmaker Spike Lee.

Other new release films for September include the heart-warming live-action adventure Christopher Robin and The Happytime Murders, a puppet adult comedy-action starring Melissa McCarthy and directed by Brian Henson, the son of puppeteer legend Jim Henson.

Stop by your local Event Cinemas or head to www.eventcinemas.com.au to give Dad the action packed Father’s Day he deserves.

Please note this competition is open from 20 August 2018 until 2 September 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

To view the full terms and conditions of the vouchers, please refer to https://www.experiencethis.com.au/About-Experiencethis/eVoucher-Terms-and-Conditions.

Winners for this competition

  1. I. Qwerty - QLD
  2. C. HUMBLES - NSW
  3. S. Rowe - VIC
  4. J. Holl - NSW
  • Wizard of Oz
    Follow the yellow brick road, finding a brain, heart and courage to get you safely back home. Our girls love the magic ruby red slippers and the beautiful witches dress and I did too when I was little.


  • Cannot go past Mary Poppins. It is at it’s simplest “Supercallifragilisticexpialidocious!”


  • finding nemo


  • Finding Nemo. A great movie with lovable characters, the right balance between drama and comic relief, and a happy ending. What more could we want?


  • I still love the original HOME ALONE…hubby knows most of the dialogue and the kids have picked up a lot so its usually a hard-fought battle between the actors and the family as to who gets the correct lines in first.


  • The Sound of Music because it has a bit of everything including romance, music and even a bit of fighting.


  • Coraline.
    My husband and I love horror movies.
    Finally one we can share with the girls.
    The kids say “It’s scary but I like it!”
    And also a nice message from our 7 year old
    “I’d rather have our family the way it is than a perfect family.”


  • The Sound of Music because it has a bit of everything including music and romance.


  • Mum, Dad, sister with learning difficulties, me (strange, rejected middle child) and much younger brother. The only movie I can remember appealing to all of us is The Man From Snowy River. There was movement at the station…


  • Charlie and the Chocolate factory, still have fond memories of it as a kid. Great movie and the original is the best.


  • The Goonies because it is the ultimate kids adventure story.


  • I love Jaws. It was the first movie I saw with my friends at the movie as a teenager it was the scariest thing I had ever seen. But remember it as one of the best days ever.


  • Annie, we watch it (and sing to it) over and over again in this house!


  • Disney’s “The Lion King.”
    Probably just because it gives me fond memories of when my kids were little–er.
    They sure don’t make ‘em like they used to. But then I suppose I’ve got a world of “older-kids”/family movies to look forward to.


  • Toy story remember taking Rochelle to this as her first movie, have watched it many times together since


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