Ever heard of Pop Up Pictures? If not, well, you are missing a lot. You should visit Evandale Lake located behind The Arts Centre Gold Coast this January. They will be showing a series of films you and your family will surely enjoy.
Below are four must-see films at the Pop Up Pictures for January.
The Lego Movie
Meet Emmet, an ordinary Lego guy who follows rules and accepts everything the way it is. But he is about to discover an entirely different world and embark on an extraordinary adventure when he is mistaken to be the Special to save the world from Lord Business. See how Emmet save the world along with the other Master Builders.
Watch or re-watch this 2014 adventure film that led the box office for weeks for free at the Pop Up Pictures on January 9, 2016.
This film tells a touching tale of father and son. After losing his family, a clownfish named Marlin is forced to become overprotective towards his only surviving son, Nemo. Unlike his dad, Nemo is very adventurous and is set to see the world. But when Nemo tried to prove he can, he was taken away by a scuba diver. Thus, Marlin swims out to find his only son all the way to Sydney Harbour.
Follow the journey of Finding Nemo on January 16, 2016.
The Princess Bride
When a young boy becomes sick, his grandfather visits him. His grandfather brought along his favourite book which his father used to read to him when he was sick. He also read it to his son when he was sick and will now be reading it to his grandson. The Princess Bride tells the tale of true love but not just about love. It is filled with epic adventure complete with fencing, fighting, giants, and monsters!
Catch this 1987 fantasy, comedy, and adventure film on January 23, 2016.
The Wizard of Oz
Re-watch the classic tale that we all know and love. Join Dorothy, the scarecrow without a brain, the tin man with no heart, and the cowardly lion as they walk the yellow brick road towards Emerald City to ask help from the all-powerful Wizard of Oz.
Watch the classic tale on January 31, 2016.
Take note that Pop Up Pictures is an outdoor screening which starts at approximately 7pm. Do not forget to bring your own blankets, bean bags or camping chairs.