I had plan on going to see the midnight showing of "Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D" but after seeing the midnight movie prices, I think I'll just wait till later. The AMC theaters at The Washingtonian Rio is charging $15.00 per ticket while the Regal Theaters in Rockville is charging $14.50. The price for regular day viewing is $13 at the Rio and $12.50 at the Regal. The Rio normally charges $6 for any movie viewing before noon but they're charging $10 instead.
Why are ticket prices for the 3D movie more expensive than the regular filming (2D)? Is this normal practice for 3D viewing versus 2D?
As much as I love watching Milla Jovovich in her returning role of Alice, I'm going to watch it another time when it available on Netflix/RedBox/DirecTV. No way am I going to spend $15/$30 for it.