Are you one of the thousands of people who are enjoying the power of watching a movie online? Many people who were not even teenagers when they saw Star Wars the first time, are just now beginning to appreciate the classic films of decades long past. If you want to see all the latest releases, then you can do so from the comfort and privacy of your home or office. There is no need to fight the crowd, stand in lines, or worry about the headaches that come with long lines. Instead, you can watch a movie online with your laptop or desktop computer and never leave your house.
Movies on DVD or better yet Full HD Televisions will make your favorite movies better than they ever were. Watching a movie in HD is more exciting and fun to the average person then simply viewing it in standard definition. The bright colors and sharp images produced by HDTV and High Definition are very evident and often times cause people to have eye chills or even visual migraine’s. As well as being fun, the clarity of HD makes certain movie scenes spectacular to look at.
As well as being more thrilling, having access to HD quality movies also means you get more out of your money. It is common knowledge that movie rentals cost between seven and ten dollars per rental. With Vimeo and other social media sharing sites, you can share movies for no more then ten dollars per video. That is about two or three times what you would pay at the movie store! A movie like Twilight or Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer would easily run you around fifty bucks at most if you were to watch it at home.
To enjoy your videos online, you will need to use one of the available Vimeo services or you can use Plexo. Both of these sites are free to use, easy to use and secure. With Vimeo, you can upload and save your movie as many times as you would like until it is complete, while with Plexo, you can have unlimited access to your videos across all of the different devices that you own. You can also have any of your movies converted to an SD card and watch them that way if you so desire.
The biggest drawback to using Vimeo or Plexo is the fact that they are limited to only streaming live TV on their website. The big two, Hulu and Amazon Video, let you stream most anywhere you have a web connection. This includes your cell phone, laptop, gaming consoles and just about anywhere you have an internet connection. The only thing you cannot do on Amazon Video is stream live television from your phone or laptop, but everything else is perfectly legal and well within the spectrum of legality.
So there you have it, brie Larson, Jennifer Lopez, David Strathairn and the world of online streaming movies. I have no idea what Jennifer Lopez said, but at least you now know that you don’t have to burn up your computer to watch her movies on demand. In fact, it looks like she might be doing a cameo in one of your future movies, and it would not be too far off. Best of luck to Jennifer Lopez and the streaming movie revolution!