Overall, let's face it, MoviePass is a great deal. You pay $10 a month to see movies in theaters. I signed up in February and I loved it. This was when unlimited really meant unlimited, meaning that I could go see a movie a day, any move (sans 3D or IMAX) in any participating theater, which is what I signed up for. The creators then began asking for photos of movie tickets, which wasn't a horrible inconvenience. However, the weekend Avengers: Infinity War released, without warning, MoviePass rolled out another update and limited all movie viewing to a single viewing. Shady and suspicious, to be sure, but acceptable despite its unfairness. Most voiced their concerns and were ignored. Suddenly, MoviePass started promoting that unlimited movies was back, but it is not. You still can only view each movie once. So, beware of the false advertising they consistently do without any concern for how their customers feel. Another thing to note is that getting through to customer service is next to impossible. When my card was shut off randomly for no reason, I called 4 or 5 times, and kept hearing that there were too many people calling and I had to call back later. Then, when I got through, I was on hold for approximately 30 minutes of the 55 minute phone call to resolve the issue. In addition, any texts you send through the app vanish after you read their response, so you cannot pull up the conversation later. Take screenshots of any conversations you have. So, yes, regardless of the shady dealings going on, one can definitely admit that the value for the money is great. MoviePass would be a great deal better if they actually had a customer service department that was available to help their customers and didn't ignore the suggestions, concerns, and complaints of their customers, and if they stopped their false advertising.