Movie Club is another movie theater subscription service that’s cheaper than Netflix

December 7, 2017
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Launched earlier this year, MoviePass wants to be the Netflix of watching movies at the cinema. Watch as many films you want in theaters for a monthly fee, that’s their business model, and the yearly subscription got even cheaper than $10/month.

But MoviePass isn’t alone, and Cinemark launched a product that’s very similar. But it’s also very different.

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