Is Hollywood Charging Too Much For 3D Tickets?

Kelly Michele

Kelly has been a lover of movies since she was little. Although her movie tastes have changed a little since her younger days of Carebears and Mary Poppins, her love of film hasn't. She can generally be found watching any horror movie she can get her hands on, but will occasionally throw an indie film or documentary into the mix to shake things up. She speaks in movie quotes and uses film references in daily conversation; and she does all of this while attempting to change the world's negative opinion of fangirls.

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3 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Actually what will happen is in the future the price will settle at a point to attract those who like seeing a movie in 3d, just like pricing for everything else in the world. It really will just be a simple process that will go unnoticed by most people. However, there will still be people that will think the price is still to high, but they are not going to lower the price just to please those who would not go to a 3d movie anyway. So 3d will continue as it did last year. No problem.

    • Eric says:

      While I agree with you that there is a natural price that things usually settle at. I would argue that there is a point where it starts to make little sense to pay premium prices for 3D Movies when they are not worth it.

      Plus Families are the ones who carry the load for everyone. A family of four can end up paying up to $100 (Tix, drinks, popcorns) for one night out at the movies. that is too much however you want to slice and dice it.