Top products from r/MoviePassClub

We found 11 product mentions on r/MoviePassClub. We ranked the 10 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/kataztrophik · 6 pointsr/MoviePassClub

I just started collecting and organizing my stubs as well.

I'm a little paranoid Moviepass will require me to produce an old ticket stub or receipt so I've saved every single one thus far. I figured I might as well make it look nice if I'm going to be saving them anyways. Could be fun to reflect on my movie watching adventure if Moviepass ever ends up dying.

I'm using these that were linked in that other thread a little while back.

u/Zentrii · 1 pointr/MoviePassClub

For anyone that's interesting in learning about the history and economics of movie theaters then I highly recommend this book

u/adse_ · 1 pointr/MoviePassClub

$47 is way overpriced unless the capacity is high. This is one of the best and it's way cheaper.

u/slick8086 · 2 pointsr/MoviePassClub

I got 2 pair off amazon for 8 bucks with free shipping from prime

u/kghyr8 · 1 pointr/MoviePassClub

Yeah it’s the HC 3000. It’s a great projector but it’s a few years old already.

Epson Home Cinema 3000 1080p 3D 3LCD Home Theater Projector

u/stitchkingdom · 9 pointsr/MoviePassClub

I don't know what kind of release it's getting. when I searched, it looks like it's headed for home video release in May. and it's actually available on demand currently.

u/Headlesssmurf · 10 pointsr/MoviePassClub

So I stumbled upon this on Amazon searching for a way to store my gameboy games. Figured this would get some use here.

u/Swatterbuster · 3 pointsr/MoviePassClub

I do too! I sleep with earplugs so I always have a pair, but I started packing it with me when going to the movies because I really, really can't stand the sound of people chewing, bags wrinkling, and them shuffling the popcorn around before grabbing some. But seeing as how eating is a part of the movie going experience for many, it's unavoidable. So I just put the earplugs in and bam! those little noises that distract me and get me irrationally annoyed are no longer audible.

edit: to add more options to the linked earplugs, this is the one I use. You can clip the case onto your keychain to make sure you always have it with you. And since I sleep with it -- and I'm a side sleeper -- I can attest to it being comfortable.