Karla Rodriguez

pop culture writer for Complex

Karla Rodriguez on KCRW

For $9.95 a month, MoviePass subscribers could see a movie a day in any theater in any city. The company boasted so in 2017, then went bankrupt in 2018. It plans to return this summer.

MoviePass returns in summer. Will consumers prefer to watch new films at home?

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