The reborn subscription service will no longer require showing up at movie theaters in person to acquire tickets — previously a major gripe for users. Other changes explained in an updated FAQ include swapping out the physical payment cards for virtual ones and letting customers buy additional theater credits in the app if they run out.
More features due by the end of the year for MoviePass include a referral program, film reviews, and allowing members to select premium large format screens — too bad 70mm Oppenheimer is no longer showing.
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