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A lot of movies go overlooked, especially during the summer blockbuster season. Here are 5 hidden gems to consider seeing in theaters this weekend, especially if you have MoviePass.
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MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe told Business Insider there would soon be options to bring a friend and to see Imax or 3D movies. The company also plans to add fees for seeing movies that are in "high demand."
MoviePass’ monthly losses ramped up to $40 million in May, and the company says it might need over $1.2 billion more in capital
MoviePass' parent company, Helios & Matheson Analytics, said Thursday that MoviePass' monthly losses ramped up to $40 million in May due to rapid increases in subscriber growth. The company said it expects its cash deficit to reach $45 million in June.
With AMC unveiled it's latest monthly subscription offer, AMC Stubs A-List, it's now clearly trying to compete with MoviePass. So we broke down both service's strengths and weaknesses.
AMC Theatres announced its own subscription plan on Wednesday, putting it in direct competition with MoviePass. Then MoviePass called out the theater chain on Twitter.
AMC Theaters' $20 monthly subscription plan will offer three movies per week but will allow you to watch a movie in any format and repeat showings to the same movie. Both of which MoviePass does not allow.
The positive Rotten Tomatoes audience score for ‘Gotti’ has raised suspicions after the movie’s thrashing by critics
John Travolta's new film "Gotti," which MoviePass invested in, has a 0% critics score and 73% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie's new marketing strategy specifically calls out critics, but there's something suspicious about the audience score.
The official Twitter account of John Travolta’s ‘Gotti’ movie lashed out at critics after its 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes
John Travolta's new film "Gotti," which MoviePass invested in, called out critics on Twitter after it received a 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes. The tweet said that "audiences loved" the movie and to "trust the people and see it for yourself!"
John Travolta’s MoviePass-funded mob movie ‘Gotti’ got slaughtered by critics and has a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes
John Travolta's new mob biopic, "Gotti," was slaughtered by critics ahead of its opening last weekend. The film brought in only $1.67 million, 40% of which reportedly came from MoviePass, which acquired an equity stake in it earlier this year.