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to ask for advice on one-off online film rental/buy

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areyoureadyforpie Tue 26-Jul-16 23:23:47

so fed up of things that don't work online, bought a film via ITunes and it didn't work!!!!

I barely get chance to watch films so I don't want a subscription, I just want to buy/rent one good film every 2 months or so and am at the end of my tether in my private life so I cannot deal with stupid websites that are difficult to use.

any ideas? thanks in advance (all the ones on Iplayer are crap or I've seen previously)

buckingfrolicks Tue 26-Jul-16 23:27:10

NowTV is the one for you, I suspect.

Although Netflix couldn't be easier either.

Just5minswithDacre Tue 26-Jul-16 23:32:55

Get an Amazon firestick.

99GBPChargeToUseMyPostsJournos Tue 26-Jul-16 23:34:37

I used blinkbox in the past, it was pretty good.

ProcrastinatorGeneral Tue 26-Jul-16 23:38:26

Netflix is about £7 a month, so for the cost of two downloads you've got a whole host of stuff to choose from.

Dontneedausername Tue 26-Jul-16 23:40:04

Cartoon HD

WardrobeMalfunction Wed 27-Jul-16 00:23:22

We used to buy from iTunes but no longer have any Apple devices, and we're not in the UK so Amazon was restricted. Then we realised you can buy/rent movies from Youtube. We do that, and watch them with a Chromecast. Normally about $2.99 to rent for 24 hours or $7.99 to buy, and you can watch it on Youtube whenever you like.

areyoureadyforpie Wed 27-Jul-16 00:30:56

thanks everyone, looks like there might be some good suggestions there :-)

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