Whilst waiting for our viewing, we used the cafe which was a little cramped. The friendly staff recommended the 'fresh' Maltese Lasagne so we ordered. However we could hear/see them microwaving it at the back so not sure how fresh it really was... It was tasted ok though.
We were hoping to get into the 2:30 viewing but a huge booked group turned up so we had to wait for 3:15.
The actual experience was fairly average, i was impressed by the cinema room, nice, big & air conditioned in such a small old building.
However the quality of the film was poor. I mean the actual screen quality was below even SD... it was a bit blurry and for 2018... not very good.
Perhaps it was just our viewing as others said below that quality was good?
Overall the film was ok, fairly interesting but the acting a bit... cheesy
Got this with the combined tickets with the Knights of Malta and a lot of the same history from there is repeated.
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