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lifehacker.comSinemia Will Give You $10 If You Convince Your Friends to Ditch MoviePassAs MoviePass continues to struggle, starting today, existing Sinemia customers can get a bit of an incentive for convincing their friends to jump ship and join Sinemia instead. A new program from the company gives users a $10 credit for each friend they convince to cancel their MoviePass subscription (or other movie subscription service, they all count) and subscribe to Sinemia instead.
businessinsider.comNow MoviePass will only let you see certain movies on certain daysMoviePass implemented a new plan on Wednesday that limits the number of movies subscribers can see to three a month, but gets rid of peak pricing and ticket verification. But subscribers who think they can now see any movie they want on any given day may be confused, as that's not the case.
news.avclub.comWes Anderson is making a musical about post-war France, which he somehow hasn't done yetWes Anderson has made a movie about a wacky/sad family, a fantastic fox, and some dogs that may have been guilty of cultural appropriation, but he inexplicably has gone his entire filmmaking career without making a musical set in post-World War II France. Musicals are all artsy and artificial, the setting has the inherent drama of war and the inherent romance of the City Of Light, so all you need to make this a perfect Wes Anderson project is Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, and some of that hot Futura text.1