$25 doll hairs...each. Though technically "free" cause I used points. VIP(select seating, better seats, in service meh food, alcohol, people that actually want to watch the movie and shut the fuck up MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR), 3D
I would like to point out this is Canadian fun money so $25 for me isn't the $25 you're thinking of necessarily.
The monopoly comment is referring to the chain itself because we did splurge about when it came to the specific showing.
There are other options in non-3D and non-VIP available at this chain that would be cheaper. It's sad I need to spend a bit more to ensure the experience has less a chance of being marred but my viewing of Captain Marvel has solidified my stance now that if we're going to spend the money to actually go to the theatre, the bit extra to guarantee less people are in the theatre which leads to less people that can cause problems is what will need to happen.
Normally I pay like $30 to take my wife to an evening showing at this theater, though we usually go on the weekends. The price was a bit of a shocker. I had to double-check that I hadn't accidentally selected a matinee time.
You're voluntarily NOT watching a video with newly-again-redhead Scarlett Johansson in a revealing dress and later on a bikini shot?! You've got more self control than I thought. It's worth getting spoiled.
I mean, the thumbnails I haven't been able to avoid seeing showed a still (sadly) blonde Widow, so I was skeptical. But I have to admit there was a pang. Not enough to get me to click play, but enough to classify Bubble (and Bhamv) as being mean
I'm fairly sure he'd have stopped wondering somewhere after having seen the movie and being disappointed by the lack of redheads in bikini.
Though I haven't seen any trailers or the movie yet, so who knows, maybe there actually is one to be found.