Why the movie industry is dying, and how Moviepass is saving it

Created by Catherine Lu (clu47@ucsc.edu)

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Objective: To profile the impact of Movie Pass, a subscription-based movie ticketing service that allows subscribers to purchase one movie ticket per day for a flat fee of $9.99 per month. How are they influencing the movie industry, making strides to increase movie turnout and viewership, and how will they improve the huge difference between box office turn out for large blockbusters and more independent films?
# Data Sources Visualization Sources References
1 MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America)
Age/Race/Gender distribution
Movie Profitability
Krisztina Szucs
2 Statista Online Research
Tickets sold at box office 1980-2017
Rotten Tomatoes Movie scores over the past 10 years
Dorothy Gambrell
3 Box Office Pro
Concessions Survey
Similar idea regrading music genre
Tristan Iverson (Fall 2016)
4 MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America)
Top 2016 Movies
Box Office Revenue of movies 1986-2008
NY Times
5 Box Office Mojo
Box Office Top Movies of All Time
Example of various step story telling
Coffee (Spring 2016)