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MoviePass reintroduces unlimited plan — with a catch

MoviePass reintroduces $9.95 unlimited plan -- with a catch By Kate Gibson March 19, 2019 / 5:39 PM / MoneyWatch MoviePass is hoping for a different ending as it revives the marketing pitch that nearly drove the subscription service into bankruptcy. The company that owns MoviePass, struggling Helios & Matheson Analytics, said Tuesday that it is again offering users a chance to watch as many movies as they want for the low, low price of $9.95 a month. The catch? You have to pay for all 12 months upfront, and 3D films are excluded. That could make the roughly $120 investment somewhat dicey given that Helios & Matheson Analytics' is on shaky financial footing. Film buffs who don't want to pay the full year's freight in advance can instead pay $14.95 a month for the unlimited plan. The monthly price will be $19.95 a month once the offers expire, although the company hasn't disclosed when that will be. MoviePass limits users to 3 movies a month Helios & Matheson&#0..
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