AMC Ticket Prices
|Children (ages 2-12)||$16.69|
|Adults (ages 13 & up)||$19.69|
|Seniors (ages 60+)||$16.69|
How much does an IMAX system cost?
The basic system is the “Palais” setup, for theaters up to 75 square meters, at a cost of $400,000—a price on par with a new Bentley in China. The set-top box and film rentals cost extra. An even bigger “Platinum” system accommodates up to 40 guests and costs about $1 million.
Are IMAX tickets worth it?
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How much better is IMAX than regular?
Regular film formats are either 35 mm or 70 mm. Whereas IMAX film formats are 15/70 mm. This means that each frame is 70 mm high and 15 perforations wide. This also means that the film size is about 10 times bigger than the standard 35 mm film, giving the visuals in incredible clarity.
What’s the difference between standard and IMAX at the movies?
IMAX has a new technology, larger screens, higher sound levels, and more color options. IMAX screens are larger and around six times larger than regular screens and, therefore, do not compete with standard or standard-based screens.
How do I get an IMAX enhanced movie?
IMAX Enhanced is now available on the world’s biggest streaming services, including Disney+, BRAVIA CORE, Tencent, iQiyi and more. Check back for more streaming options coming soon.
What is special about IMAX theater?
Custom, reflective screens are extra bright. Unparalleled brightness and brilliant clarity. Clarity, detail and size make IMAX more than a movie. Our remastering — or DMR — process fully transforms every frame of a film to produce the best possible version of a filmmaker’s vision.
Is IMAX just a bigger screen?
If you’ve ever been to an IMAX movie, you likely need no introduction on how different the experience feels compared to watching the same movie on a regular cinema screen. IMAX screens are bigger than most conventional cinema screens, but there’s also a lot more to it than just the size.
What is RPX vs IMAX?
IMAX uses dual 4K and 2K laser projectors as well as 12-channel proprietary sound systems. On the other hand, RPX is always rolling out new technology. They use digital and laser projectors capable of 4K projection at 33,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 1,850:1.