A price of a movie is generally $12, $19 for 3D, and $6-$9.50 for a matinee. We are talking about a regular movie theater or maybe, if the theater is newer - stadium seating. Sometimes you can find 'director's seating' where you have an assigned larger seat, but that is about the only difference - and is it worth the extra few dollars?
When I was visiting a friend in the Midwest, the weather was crappy so we decided to go to a movie. While it was an AMC theater (one I frequent regularly at home), they had this other type of theater called the Cinema Suites. Check it out:
You didn't have to worry one bit about the person's head in front of you, or getting up if someone needed to visit the restroom or concession stand. The seats were comfortable. You get all this for $12 or $9 for an early showing. So I was curious, how much was a regular theater in the same city in the Midwest (something more typical of where I live) and the ticket was $6 or only $4 for a matinee.
The Cinema Suites has a menu by your seat - and a call button to call over a server to take your order. They had aside from the popcorn, candy and soda - specialty alcoholic drinks, beer (buckets, pitchers or bottles), appetizers, meals and desserts. Apparently the food is actually really good too.