The third part of the cartoon about the cheerful four from the New York Zoo appeared in the Russian box office on June 7, 2012.
Capital cinemas continue to show the tape, as many visitors are curious whether the main characters will return home or not.
In the third part of "Madagascar" the main characters -Lion Alex, zebra Marti, giraffe Melman and hippos of Gloria will be bored staying in Africa and they decide to go home. In the Russian dubbing, the characters will continue to speak with the voices of Konstantin Khabensky (Alex), Oscar Kuchery (Marty), Alexander Tsekalo (Melman) and Maria Malinovskaya (Gloria).
Show "Madagascar 3" almost allCinemas of the capital. Most of the sessions per day (up to twenty-four) are offered by the cinema "Boomerang", located on the Warsaw highway, 87b. Also the film can be viewed in the branch of this institution located in the shopping center "Prince Plaza" on Novoyasenevsky Avenue, 1. The cost of admission tickets varies from 100 to 400 rubles, they can be booked in advance by calling 987-16-46.
You can also watch a new film withWho fell in love with four heroes in the 14-тизальный multiplex "Luxor Center", which is located on Mira avenue, 211. Here you can buy from 80 to 900 rubles. By phone 665-13-53 you can specify their availability, as well as pre-book them. Also it can be done with the help of the cinema site - Luxorfilm.ru.
At the intersection of the 53-kilometer KoltsevoiHighway and Mozhayskoye highway its services are offered by the "Formula Kino", where "Madagascar 3" is shown eleven times a day. You can buy an entrance ticket from 200 to 500 rubles. To receive the additional information it is possible by the contact phone number 795-37-95.
A detailed list of Moscow cinemas, inWhich are showing a new film, you can clarify with the help of the media, which regularly publish a poster of cinemas for the next 7 days. If you did not find the cinema closest to you in the newspaper, you can use the portal Afisha.yandex.ru, which details all the coming sessions of "Madagascar 3" in Moscow.