Going to the movies has always been one of my favorite rituals, throughout middle school and high school it was a tradition for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I've never really understood WHY we went to the movies on holidays, but it was a tradition I didn't question.
Throughout the latter part of 2017, I've begun to me more interested in films and movies. I believe it was a combination of my cinema class while studying abroad and a friend for showing me the beauty of the IMDB app for opening this rabbit hole, but whatever it is I'm appreciative for it.
So basically, movie pass is this subscription model where you can purchase a $10 a month pass, and get to see a movie in theaters every day. I believe this magic must include selling our data and accounting for a certain amount of users to not use their subscription each month.
Whatever this dark magic is, I'm here for it.