You’ll be shocked how many people say they don’t go to a cinema.
But do you really know how much?
It’s a question that has puzzled cinemas for decades, but the answer is in the name.
CinemaTV is here to tell you.
We have compiled a list of the top 10 most expensive cinemas in the UK, based on the prices paid at the front desk, plus the admission fee, and the amount spent by the screen.
There’s no such thing as a perfect list, and we’re not trying to make a point about how much people pay for films.
This is just a guide to the cheapest cinemas you can go to, based purely on the price you pay.
We also included some of the most popular cinemas on offer.
It’s worth remembering that the most expensive cinema in the world, the Ritz Carlton in London, charges £2,400 for a seat, while the cinema in Cannes, France, costs £2.6m for a cinema seat.
A lot of the cheapest movies can be seen at cinemas with limited screens.
You can also find some very cheap films online, and a lot of them are really good.
We’ve included some good alternatives, as well.
The Best Movie Clips of 2018 We’ve tried to include some of our favourites from this year’s crop of movies, which are available for free or at low prices.
Here are the top ten films that we think you’ll like the most.
The Theory of Everything: $2,000 (2,350,000 rp) The Theory of All is a classic of the genre, a sci-fi film that tells the story of a scientist and his assistant trying to predict the weather in the future.
It features a fantastic score by composer Hans Zimmer, a wonderfully acted cast and the first appearance of the robot character Tasha.
Theatregoers should get their tickets from the theatre or cinema department, as they can purchase a ticket online.
The Imitation Game: $1,900 (1,000,000) An unlikely film from a director who’s not your average Hollywood director.
It’s an American remake of a film by the same name.
The plot involves a group of teenagers, and is based on real-life events.
The Great Gatsby: $938 (1.2 million) Another film based on a real life novel, The Great George.
“I am very pleased to present my new movie, The Last of the American Gatsbys,” said director Andrew Dominick.
The Man Who Knew Too Much: $738 (870,000+) The first American film based in-house, and one of the best films of the year.
There’s a scene in the film where two young friends, a teacher and his son, are walking through a park and discover a woman is hiding in a bush.
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time: $700 (567,000-plus) A film from the director of The Great Gig in the Sky, directed by James McAvoy.
The Thin Red Line: $570 (540,000-) A documentary about the life of a Japanese immigrant who was persecuted and then sent to a concentration camp.
The Wedding of Buster Scruggs: $565 (525,000+) This is one of our favourite British films, but it’s also one of its least well-known.
The Haunting of Hill House: $460 (390,000!)
A crime thriller set in a Victorian home in Surrey.
The Piano: $440 (310,000?)
This American film from director James McConaughey features a beautiful performance by Scarlett Johansson, as a young girl who discovers that she is a piano prodigy.
The Pianist in the Jungle: $430 (250,000)- The first of three American movies about a young pianist.
He plays the piano in a rural house and is then sent on a dangerous journey to a tropical island where he must help a child to escape the jungle.
A Clockwork Orange: $380 (220,000)–This film from John Frankenheimer is one to watch, with a great soundtrack and great performances by the likes of Meryl Streep, Charlize Theron and Tom Cruise.
The BFG: $370 (170,000 ) The film was based on an American novel by Ernest Hemingway, and features the titular BFG.
The Queen of Katwe: $360 (160,000-$1.4m) It stars Jennifer Lawrence and Jeremy Irons, and tells the true story of the Katwe tribe, a nomadic tribe