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Cinemex World Trade Center is situated in one of the city's most emblematic buildings, once the Hotel de México, and now a beehive of business deals, conferences and marketing exhibitions. There are fourteen modern auditoriums that show a mix of North American movies, as well as a selection of the best world Art House productions, offered within various forums and special seasons. Admission: 28 pesos before 12:30p; 35 pesos from 12:40p to 5:30p; and 40 pesos from then on. Children under twelve pay just 30 pesos whatever time they go.
Cinépolis is a complex of 10 to 15, with air conditioning, comfortable, reclining seats, Dolby sound and a huge candy shop. Seats cost 35 pesos; half price on Wednesdays. Popular movies are shown, with matinees on weekends. They have a soda fountain and a self-service car park. Other addresses are Aragón, Hollywood, Bucareli, Diana, Bosques de las Lomas, Interlomas and Satélite.
The Cinemex Complex is, undoubtedly, the largest multiplex in Mexico City; popular movies as well as art house films are also exhibited there. It houses the Muestra Internacional de Cine. They have Línea Cinemex, a system to purchase and reserve tickets by phone, so clients may secure their seats, even when it comes to premieres. Dolby and THX sound in some of the theatres, a candy shop and cafeteria, and self-service car parks are some of the services they have to offer. You will find a Cinemex next to you at the following addresses:Altavista Shopping Center, Cuauhtémoc Shopping Center, House of Art, Cuicuilco Shopping Center, Galerías Shopping Center, Gran Sur Shopping Center, Iztapalapa, Plaza Insurgentes Shopping center, Legaria, Manacar, Mundo E shopping Center, Los Reyes, Plaza Loreto Shopping Center, Perinorte Shopping Center, San Mateo at K-Mart Center, Palacio Chino, Santa Fe shopping Center, Ticomán in Escalera neighbourhood, World Trade Center M! exico at Ground Floor, Chedraui Shopping center in Ecatepec Zone, Masaryk Shopping center in Polanco and Las Palomas Shopping Center in Ecatepec.
Cinemas Lumiere are a more reasonably priced and comfortable option for those who enjoy movies. They are not crowded, as a rule, even when it comes to premieres. Each complex consists of a dozen theatres with Dolby sound. Regular seats cost 23 pesos daily; the first show and all shows on Wednesdays cost half price. The lobby has videogames and a cafeteria. A self-service car park is available.