But you would have nowhere to see it. Think about this, it costs the cinema to rent the film print, I'm not certain how much, but it's a lot more expensive than your average video rental. Then they only get between 10 and 20% of the actual ticket sale. So, figure around $12 a ticvket for your average 600 seat cinema, and that comes to $7,200. Let's say 15% margin for the cinema, that means a total income of $1080 per screening. If you think that covers all of the costs of running a cinema, then i suggest you stay out of that line of work. But please people, keep buying the 3 cents worth of popcorn for $8 a shot. That way people like me who buy snacks in the shopping centre downstairs will always have a cinema to go to.