Companies like Netflix, iTunes and Amazon.com are now leading the way in providing movies online. These services charge a fee for individuals to download either a movie, music or a TV episode. A portion of that money goes to the company that owns the film or show. But a portion of the money goes to the distributing company.
These services have been a glorious achievement for those people who want to see a movie the day it comes out for rental or for retail sale, but don’t want to go to the local Walmart to buy the DVD. They have made it simple to just buy the movie online, save it on your local computer and watch it whenever you desire. This makes it easy to watch the movie online on a computer, on a ipod or import it to a device like a xbox 360 and watch it on a TV.
But let’s say that you don’t want to buy the movie. Say you want to keep things legal and clean but you just want to watch it once, you want to watch free films online. Well it isn’t quite free, but it is remarkably inexpensive.
I like to watch tv on the internet but I also enjoy renting and watching movies online.
Perhaps you think the movie in question is not worthy of a full purchase price. Well, Netflix, iTunes and Amazon still have you covered. You can rent the movie and then you will have a month to watch the movie once within a 24 hour period once you start watching the movie. This is more than enough time to watch the movie a number of times.
Or you can subscribe for a very small monthly fee and watch all the movies your heart desires.
With the way technology is going these days it is just easier than ever to watch movies on the internet without all the hassle. So do not just settle for expensive cable charges or inconsistent satellite service. Explore the world of online video for more flexible and fun movie viewing.
It may take some patience and perseverance initially, but eventually you will find the service that works for you for watching movies online. Perhaps you won’t mind the small monthly fee at Netflix. Or perhaps you don’t mind the small individual charges through a major, reputable service like Amazon. Or perhaps you just want to keep it free and stick with the growing selection available at the NBC and FOX operated Hulu service.