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Online Movies: It’s Time to Jump On Board!

VuduFifteen years ago, when you were sitting in front of your TV trying to figure out how to work your VCR, did you ever think that you would be able to watch movies on your computer? Luckily, there are now lots of great online video rental services out there for you to choose from, as well as a few different technologies and ways to get those movies. There are many companies out there who offer video on demand services through the use of an at home system that you purchase through them.

For example, VUDU online video rental service connects to your TV just like a regular DVD player, but it gives you access to over 13,000 built-in movies and television shows, as well as the world’s largest native HD collection. Everything is at your fingertips whenever you want. This service will cost you $149 through VUDU’s web site. There are no set monthly fees to pay, as you can change the amount you contribute to your account, and additional rentals range in price from 99 cents to $3.99. You also have the option to purchase movies starting at $4.99 and going up to $19.99, depending on which movie you want to buy. Sounds great, doesn’t it? While the service is great to have, keep in mind that there are other services out there that can offer you the same thing, only cheaper. For example, you can order Blockbuster’s video on demand service, and get the same great technology at just $99. This will also get you instant access to Blockbuster’s huge library of videos and new releases additional rentals can be purchased starting out at $1.99

If you want to stream videos to your laptop while you’re on a long flight, it couldn’t be easier with services like Netflix and Blockbuster‘s Movie link. If you want to create your own home theater experience, VUDU online video rental service and Blockbuster on Demand would be great for you. However, if you still want to have an actual DVD in your hand, then you can rent DVD’s online through Netflix, but you never have to worry about late fees anymore. All you have to do is send the DVD back when you are ready for another one. If you ever had problems getting back to the video store on time and had to suffer the wrath of late fees, then this service is perfect for you! A great company for DVD rentals is Netflix, and they can even offer you a great 14 day trial in order to get a first hand look at the thousands of titles that you will have access to.

No matter what movie you are looking for, you can find it online either to stream, download, or rent the DVD, and you can get rid of the hassle of driving back and forth to the rental store. It’s all at your fingertips whether you want to watch a movie on your laptop at 3 in the morning, or on Friday evening on the couch with your kids. What could be better?

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