Got nothing to do on a Saturday night? Take the initiative to invite the whole gang to a night of karaoke in these famous KTV spots in Singapore!
Spend a karaoke night at Party World during Valentines, National Day, Christmas and Chinese New Year as they offer good promotions for these special holidays and other occasions. If you plan to frequent this KTV bar, you can also apply for membership and enjoy 10% discount during regular days. Party World has several outlets in Orchard IB, Clarke Quay, Clementi, Vivo City, North Point, Yishun Safra, Woodlands, The Verge, and Nex Serangoon.
Located at North Bridge Road, TopOne KTV is known for its clubbing atmosphere because of the rotating disco balls, laser effect, colourful lightings, and smoke machines. You can have couple room or a middle-sized one. For a group of 30 people, you can choose the VIP rooms. The theme and ambience is unique for every room.
Dynasty Classic KTV
Dynasty Classic KTV in Sophia Road has 38 soundproof KTV rooms to cater many groups of people who want to have a good time. There are also live performances by Chinese singers in the main hall, Mondays-Fridays, 9pm-3am. Aside from singing, you can also surf the internet and play computer games at the relax corner.
Teo Heng KTV
Another perfect place to have a good karaoke night with friends is in Teo Heng KTV, which have several outlets in Katong Shopping Centre, Sembawang Shopping Centre, and NTU. One of the good things about it is that you can bring some food in. Small and medium rooms can accommodate 4 and 6 people, respectively. For a bigger group of 10 people, a large room is ideal.
Since the first movie theatre in Singapore opened in early 1900s, thousands of both local and international films of all genres have already made their way to the country’s cinemas. Some of those movies just came and went, but quite a number of them have been labelled as blockbuster movies.
The Fact that People Get Bored
Since people generally get bored easily, it’s quite difficult to please them. This fact poses a challenge to all filmmakers. Before entering the movie house, these people who pay money to get a chance to watch a particular film already have set their expectations regarding the movie they are going to watch. A movie in its entire aspect should therefore hit the expectations of the viewers.
It’s also a fact that people are in constant search of movies that will entertain them. If a particular movie fails to entertain the general moviegoers, then unfortunately it also fails to be called a blockbuster.
Factors to Consider
There are actually several factors to look into whether or not a motion picture can be labelled as blockbuster. Its box office gross is one factor. A movie has to generate profit amounting to millions of dollars in just a short period of time, say 2 months. Another factor is its “enduring appeal”. A movie will still continue to make earnings even after its showing in the theatres. This is through DVDs, internet downloads, etc.
For a movie to be considered as classic and blockbuster, it needs to appeal to the interests of movie aficionados for a very long period of time. Another factor is it has to get the attention of professional movie critics. Their reactions towards a film, whether good or bad, are very important although the public may or may not have the same reactions as them.