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Check Out MoviePass, The App That'll Let You Go To The Movies As Often As You Want For One Monthly Price

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MoviePass, an app that lets you pay a monthly fee to watch a movie a day in theaters, is launching publicly starting today. Think of it as Netflix for movies still playing in theaters. The service costs about $30 per month, depending on your location, and lets you reserve tickets...
Check Out MoviePass, The App That'll Let You Go To The Movies As Often As You Want For One Monthly Price

All-You-Can Eat Movie Service MoviePass Launches A Mobile App And Prepaid Debit Cards

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The movie industry is facing a bit of a crisis: Attendance is down, as the high price of going to the movies, combined with a general crappy selection of films to actually go to, threatens studios and exhibitors. Enter MoviePass, a startup that has created a new business model based...
All-You-Can Eat Movie Service MoviePass Launches A Mobile App And Prepaid Debit Cards

MoviePass lets subscribers watch unlimited movies

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The MoviePass service that had some teething issues last year is now exiting its beta test phase and phasing in an iPhone app. The service costs between $25 and $40 depending on the subscriber's location, and there are some restrictions. The biggest is that the full-blown service is by invitation...
MoviePass lets subscribers watch unlimited movies
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Why I'm One Of 100,000 People Lining Up For This New Movie App

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After living in New York for a few years, the only thing I find it impossible to adjust to is shelling out $13 to $17 every time I want to see a new movie.  So when Business Insider's Kevin Smith raved about MoviePass, a new app that lets users see...
Why I'm One Of 100,000 People Lining Up For This New Movie App

MoviePass launches iPhone app and card combo, takes unlimited viewing to all US theaters

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While MoviePass was in early beta, it got more than a small amount of pushback from theaters that didn't like someone changing the price formula without their explicit say-so. The company just found an end-run around that conspicuous obstacle. It's releasing both an iPhone app and a reloadable card...
MoviePass launches iPhone app and card combo, takes unlimited viewing to all US theaters
MoviePass, take three: can a subscription service reignite the US box office?

MoviePass app comes to Android with $30/mo theater access, caveats

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For film buffs who prefer the really big-screen experience, MoviePass seems a no brainer -- pay around $30 per month and watch as many movies at the cinema as you want. Now Android users can get the same MoviePass app as their iOS-toting counterparts on Google Play, albeit with...
MoviePass app comes to Android with $30/mo theater access, caveats

MoviePass Offers 'Unlimited' Movie Tickets For $29.99 A Month -- But Can It Ever Hope To Turn A Profit?

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David sends in the news about a startup called MoviePass, which has a plan to get you out of your comfy chair and into the theater. Being touted as a possible savior for the theater industry and the "Netflix of local theaters," MoviePass promises "unlimited movies" at theaters nationwide starting at $29.99...
MoviePass Offers 'Unlimited' Movie Tickets For $29.99 A Month -- But Can It Ever Hope To Turn A Profit?

Today in Tech: Can this startup save movie theaters?

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Also: Deutsche Telekom may merge Metro PCS and T-Mobile USA; the 'lost' Steve Jobs speech. MoviePass debuts an unlimited movie service that may just save cinemas [VENTUREBEAT] Here's how it works: For a flat monthly fee (between $24.99 and $39.99, depending on where you live), MoviePass grants you access to...
Today in Tech: Can this startup save movie theaters?
MoviePass brings its 'Netflix for theaters' service to Android

MoviePass, The Sequel: Quest To Become The Netflix Of The Big Screen Continues

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As on-demand services become more mainstream, it seems like there's little we can't do through a monthly subscription fee, from listening to music, to streaming TV shows and movies, to choosing an outfit. Now, after an earlier, botched attempt, MoviePass is trying to bring the idea of all-you-can-eat to the...
MoviePass, The Sequel: Quest To Become The Netflix Of The Big Screen Continues

MoviePass debuts an unlimited movie service that may just save cinemas

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The notion of creating a “Netflix for theaters” is a tough one — not only do you have to get movie studios on board with your plans, you also have to form partnerships with national theater chains. And let’s face it, neither group is quick to climb aboard a...
MoviePass debuts an unlimited movie service that may just save cinemas
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