LocoPelis Publishes Information on the Average Cost of a Cinema Ticket
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(Peru) According to Numbeo.com, going to the movies now costs 18.00 Nuevos Sols, on average, with tickets ranging from 14 to 20 Nuevos Sols (S/) for an international release. Individuals often wait for movies to be released for home viewing to avoid these high costs, as a kilogram of boneless, skinless chicken breasts is only slightly more than the cost of one ticket. With free movies now available to view online, individuals find they save a great deal of money by waiting to view peliculas in their own home instead of heading to the local cinema.
“Thanks to the numerous peliculas online, every person should be able to find one they love. In fact, many discover the number of movies to choose from makes it difficult to determine which to watch at any given time. They may find they spend an entire day watching their favorite peliculas gratis rather than doing other things,” Isaac Vidal, spookesperson for LocoPelis, explains.
Finding movies to watch has never been easier, as LocoPelis offers a number of options to select from. Users choose from the latest movies or downloads added, the most voted, most visited, DVD releases, films in theaters and movies updated. Language options include Latino, Spanish and sub Spanish, and users select from VHS, HD, DVD and more. This service works to ensure every user finds what they want and need when visiting the site.
“To further sort the various movies, users find they can narrow the choices by a single year or a range of years. In addition, they can choose from a variety of categories. Categories offered include action, western, zombies, documentaries, drama and musical, and there are many others, ensuring the needs of all are met,” Vidal continues.
According to the UNESCO Institute of Statistics, movie watching remains a popular pastime in Peru. In 2005, the country offered 205 screens for this purpose, and this number increased to 388 by 2011. The gross box office per indoor screen, recorded in the local currency, was 113,410S/ in 2005 and 733,808S/ in 2011, showing how interest in the movies has increased over the years.
“Those who love to watch movies may find they are unable to visit the local cinema as often as they would like, for a variety of reasons. Fortunately, they can engage in their hobby from the comfort of their own home at no cost, thanks to LocoPelis. Imagine having the opportunity to watch a new movie every night. Doing so has never been easier thanks to this service,” Vidal declares.
LocoPelis remains the best source for individuals looking to find free online movies, both to watch and download. Those who choose to make use of the service find they are able to create a home theater the family will love without spending any money to do so.