MoviePass has made yet another update in the ongoing turbulent saga of its existence: From now on – or maybe until tomorrow, who knows! – subscribers will be able to purchase tickets only to six possible movies, which change on a daily basis. Not only does this restrict users to half a dozen titles, but MoviePass will also limit available showtimes (except for e-ticketing).
While there is a touch of excitement to this plan and to the rotation of movies, it’s of no use to users who like to plan their movie-viewing at least 24 hours in advance. Want to see Crazy Rich Asians? Cool, not yet though! Want to see BlacKkKlansman? Neat, but go today before it’s gone!
The MoviePass website does have a schedule of which movies are offered for the next 10 days, which is great, but again, who knows what membership plans will look like by then? Also, the website shows seven daily options instead of six.
Mashable has reached out to MoviePass for comment.