MoviePass today announced new restrictions for its ever-changing movie service, with the company now limiting its subscribers to a choice of what appears to be six to seven movies per day.

On the MoviePass site, MoviePass lists "This Week's Movies," a section described as a "full lineup of movie titles available on MoviePass in the coming days."

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For this Friday, that includes Mile 22, Christopher Robin, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, We The Animals, Skate Kitchen, Juliet Naked, and Summer of 84. Noticeably missing is Crazy Rich Asians, which won't be available until Sunday, and some of the movies seem to be limited distribution films not available in all areas.


Several popular movies that have already been released are not included for Friday, such as Mission: Impossible - Fallout, Mamma Mia, and Ant-Man.

MoviePass in early August restructured its subscription model to allow customers to see three movies per month for the $9.95 monthly fee. Prior to that, MoviePass had announced that it would raise its base subscription price to $14.95 per month, and before that, it introduced peak pricing and restricted major film releases, all in an attempt to stop hemorrhaging money.

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For now, MoviePass seems to have settled on the $9.95 per month plan for three movies a month, while also restricting the movies available to customers each day.

Top Rated Comments

iObama Avatar
51 months ago
I'm so tired of hearing about this company. Can they just go away like we all know they're going to?
Score: 43 Votes (Like | Disagree)
myscrnnm Avatar
51 months ago
"This deal's getting worse all the time." - Lando Calrissian
Score: 22 Votes (Like | Disagree)
OldSchoolMacGuy Avatar
51 months ago
This service just keeps getting better. And by 'better' I mean 'worse'.
Score: 21 Votes (Like | Disagree)
macduke Avatar
51 months ago
I've got the perfect movie for this situation:



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moabal Avatar
51 months ago
Another day, another change in business model from MoviePass. How predictable.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mattyj2001 Avatar
51 months ago
No matter how you slice and dice it, restrict it or change the terms, if they had one customer that saw one movie a month, they'd still lose money. Buying an item at full price and selling it for cheaper has never been a business model that worked out for long.
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