Hexx wrote:Return_of_the_STAR wrote:Godzilla wrote:Both Odeon and Cineworld are only doing 3D showings of war of the planet of the apes on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. 2D starts on Friday.
Disgusting attempt to get a few more quid out of people for a film that wasn't shot in 3D and has dark scenes which will be almost unwatchable in 3D.
Yeah same at Vue, I can only assume it's been decided by the distributors and not the cinemas themselves. I wanted to see it today but don't want to watch in 3D so will have to wait till next week due to work.
Cinema seems to be actively trying to kill itself
It’s crazy how they seem to be actively trying to put people off.
At my closest cinema, it costs £11.80 (or £10.30 if you bring your own glasses) to see a 3D movie. It’s £8.30 for a 2D movie. On top of that is a 60p booking fee if you book online.
If I take my missus to see a newly released movie that they only have 3D showings for, it’s going to cost us £24.20. £24 to see a strawberry floating film and that’s without counting the costs of food/drinks before or after the cinema!
And the cheeky banana splits will show 30 minutes of adverts before they start the damn film.