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Moviegoers just can't seem to get enough of the boy wizard.
Village Six cinemas in Suva.

The new Harry Potter movie has hit Village Six cinemas in the Fiji Islands like a raging storm and is showing no signs of easing up.

Since opening on Saturday, the movie has been the number one choice of many moviegoers in Fiji.

With tickets being far cheaper in the Fiji Island than in countries like Australia and the United States, visitors have been pouring in to watch the movie.

“It’s a wonderful movie and my kids were dying to see it. I was also surprised how cheap the tickets were, ” said Sarah Swartz of Australia.

Sarah her husband Kevin and their two boys Matt, 11, and Nick, 13 had just arrived in Fiji a day before and had heard about the opening of the new Harry Potter movie.

“We just had to watch it,” she said.

Movies are a big deal in Fiji, especially the first-run flicks playing at Village 6 Cinemas, on Scott Street, American-style emporium with six screens and a large games arcade upstairs.

Check the daily newspapers and www.fijilive.com for what's playing and show times. You can pig out on popcorn, candy, and soft drinks.

Locals flock here on Sunday afternoon, when these plush, air-conditioned theaters offer a comfortable escape from Suva's daytime heat and humidity.

In the United States "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" sold about $54.9 million worth of tickets in the three days beginning Friday, taking its 10-day haul to $201.1 million, far outpacing the performance of the three previous adaptations of author J.K. Rowling's wizard series.

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