Soon the hearts of all lovers will beat faster again, because <link https: www.frankfurt-tipp.de specials valentinstag-in-frankfurt.html _blank>On 14 February is Valentine's Day. If you are looking for a nice gift as an alternative (or addition) to the obligatory bouquet of flowers, which offers the opportunity to give your heart AND time together, you should take advantage of the special Valentine's Day offer from CineStar. There you can get the voucher for two in the romantic heart box. If that's not the perfect gift idea!
Experience sizzling Hollywood moments, share popcorn and make out in the dark - that's how fun cinema is! It doesn't matter if your love is still fresh, if you've been together for a while or if your love has even been sealed by marriage. If you want to give away the most romantic date since the invention of film for Valentine's Day, you'd better take heart. Or better yet: CineStar's new voucher special in the cute metal heart box! It is filled with the voucher "Cinema for Two", which can be redeemed for two movies (2D), two drinks (soft drink or beer, 0.5l each) and a snack (nachos or normal popcorn). Noble Schokoherzen of Lindt may not be missing thereby, and to have is this special for only 26,90 <x>ampersand</x>euro; at the cinema cash and <link https: shop.cinestar.de gutscheine-1 kino-fuer-zwei-herzdose.html _blank>in CineStar's online shop at cinestar.de
And for those looking for the right film to go with it, here are the CineStar film tips for Valentine's Day:
In "Suddenly Family" (in theaters Jan. 31), Pete (Mark Wahlberg) and Ellie (Rose Byrne) decide to start a family of their own via adoption. When they meet a trio of siblings, including fifteen-year-old rebellious Lizzy (Isabela Moner), it's all over for them for good. Overnight, Pete and Ellie, along with Lizzy and her cute siblings Juan and Lita, become a real extended family.
With "Alita: Battle Angel" (out Feb. 14), visionary filmmakers James Cameron ("Avatar") and Robert Rodriguez ("Sin City") bring an epic adventure about hope and self-determination to theaters. When Alita (Rosa Salazar) awakens without any memory in an alien world of the future, she is taken in by Ido (Christoph Waltz). The compassionate doctor realizes that behind the empty cyborg shell lies the heart and soul of a young woman with an extraordinary past.
In "Sweethearts" (out Feb. 14), Franny (Karoline Herfurth, also directing) is completely disoriented with a strong tendency toward panic attacks. In contrast, single mother Mel (Hannah Herzsprung) is a tough self-sufficient woman who wants to make a better life for herself and her daughter by robbing diamonds. The fact that Franny, of all people, runs into her as a hostage in the process, who then also falls for the investigating policeman, triggers a glorious chaos!
We wish you good entertainment in the cinema and a wonderful <link https: www.frankfurt-tipp.de specials valentinstag-in-frankfurt.html _blank>Valentine's Day