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MoviePass is roiling the movie theater industry in Baltimore and beyond

As deals go, MoviePass seems too good to be true: pay $9.95 a month for admission to one movie every day. “You only have to see one movie a month” to make it pay for itself, said Bryan Oringher, a Rockville-based basketball scout. “It’s a no-brainer.” It’s a subscription service so inexpensive...

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