There are many online websites to download movies, even though the legality issue was still a big question mark until recently, mainly because they were downloading music sites like Napster shut down. Great news for many computer junkies recently was that companies in the Movie Link and CinemaNow are recognized as the first major online sources for legal movie downloads in the U.S.. Previous studies were shy about licensing online stores for anything but video rental, but now has changed.
Film Link has managed this breakthrough in the promotion of universal support for Twentieth Century Fox, Paramount, Sony Pictures and Warner Brothers. Cinema is now in a similar situation, which is one of the reasons why these companies are experimenting on how the download process works. Movie downloads for new versions will be available the same day as DVD release, and there is growing backlist previously made films all ready. One thing to remember is that these downloads different than others: You can not burn anything on DVD, it will download only remain on your computer and can not be copied.
Prices Studios, is currently “competitive” with the DVD release, which in the minds of many people making a bad purchase, are too expensive for what you get. Classic movies are generally prices at $ 13.99, with some movies priced as low as $ 9.99. New films are all over the map. King Kong, for example, to sell, it will be for $ 19.99, compared with $ 14.96 + shipping from retailers like Amazon. Bad News Bears (2005), on the other hand, sells for $ 26.00 online at Movie Link, which is roughly the same price Amazon carries at the moment. Most of these offers will not provide extra found on today’s DVD and you instantly sacrifice the ability to take your movies with you on the road.
Encrypted or not, standard DVD is at least portable. All in all, it makes movie downloads from this site, including the reassurance that everything is acceptable and “legal” as really weak .. Until better pricing appears, it seems that these companies are doomed to failure. At least it would be if the movie companies do not own. Wait for a better offer.