Want to be the first and only one of your friends to start regularly quoting Interstellar? Well, then you must be the intended audience for the just-announced Interstellar Unlimited Ticket, a first-of-its-kind offering that will let you see Christopher Nolan's latest as many times as you want for just the low, lost cost of devoting another three hours to this thing (plus between $15 and $35).
This wormhole back to the beginning of the film, 169 minutes before the mad rush for the bathroom, is being offered as a collaboration between Paramount and AMC Theatres. Thusly, it will only be available at AMC, and only to members of the chain's AMC Stubs program--a $12-a-year loyalty card that offers incentives like free concessions upgrades and, now, the repeated affirmation that love is the universe's most powerful force.
Of course, due to the interconnectedness of time, space, and movie ticket prices, the cost of the Interstellar Unlimited Ticket will vary depending on where you are and whether your past already includes a viewing of the film. Prices vary by location from $19.99 to $34.99, though if your AMC Stubs tracking device shows that you've already bought a ticket, you can pay the flat-rate discount of $14.99 for the upgrade. It's good for "any AMC location, any showtime, in any format, including IMAX," so don't be afraid to see Interstellar the way it was intended: on a massive screen, alone with your Stubs card.