You Can Now Get Paid $50 an Hour to Watch the Latest Movies and Eat Snacks

Calling all movie fans, a company is looking to pay someone $50 an hour to sit through the latest releases, and you'll get a snack budget too.

The team at website FandomSpot.com are on the hunt for an "everyday movie fan," who loves a blockbuster as much as the next person.

They specified they're looking for someone passionate about films, rather than those working in the industry, as they assured: "The platform is specifically looking for a movie fan without professional experience for a fresh and accessible take on movie reviews."

In exchange for the arduous task of watching films, the lucky applicant will get paid a princely sum of $50 an hour, as well as a $200-a-month snack allowance.

Transportation to and from movie theaters and "special events" will also be covered in the year-long role, with the possibility of extending the contract.

Anyone applying will need to be able to watch between one and three new movies every week, depending on screening schedules, as well as three straight-to-streaming releases.

The official "Movie Reviewer" will need to submit at least 500 words on each film "with a focus on what 'everyday' movie fans look for in motion pictures," the job advert said.

The job description added: "No professional experience is required as we're looking for an everyday movie fan who can bring a fresh perspective and write about topics that 'real' people want to hear about."

Alyssa Celatti, of FandomSpot.com, said: "Here at FandomSpot.com, we are committed to ensuring that community and accessibility runs through everything we do.

"We are passionate about helping communities to come together and enjoy whatever their love or fandom is. This is why we want to hire someone who can help to create movie reviews that can be understood and enjoyed by everyone—and not just those who are movie buffs.

"We expect this role to be very popular—after all, who wouldn't want to get paid to watch movies and eat snacks?"

You'll also need to be over 21, have a good grasp on English, a good internet connection and a device to watch films on.

To apply, click here. Applications close on January 28 and ideally the role will be filled by early February.

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