The lawsuit claims that when the plaintiffs checked for showtimes, more often than not, there were no shows available in their area.
The company is also making it clear that they will not be raising prices to $14.95USD a month.
This deal is not open to current subscribers (sorry current subscribers!)
When the service first rolled out, users and media alike wondered how MoviePass could actually sustain their business model.
For $9.95 USD per month, users can see one movie per day... nearly any movie... in nearly any theater.
Netflix is said to be paying upwards of US$15 Billion for original content (content they create and content they license).