I've been to movie theaters with upscale food before. The Landmark theater near my house serves fancy cheesecakes and local beer. However, here's one that is new to me - movie theater seats with a button to call a waiter.
Village Road Show Gold Class Cinemas is set to open 50 theaters in the US in the next 5 years. Tickets to see movies at these theaters will cost $35 - no food included. However, for your big bucks, you will get the privilege of lounging in a comfortable recliner, pressing a button, and having someone serve you made-to-order meals (including sushi).
I wonder if the waiters will serve during the movie or only before. A waiter standing in front of me as the Titanic sinks sounds worse than that tall guy with the big head who always sits in front of me.
Would you pay $35 for the gold class movie experience?