For a movie lover such as myself, I have been spending way too much money on buying digital copies of my favorite movies. Now, my entire DVD collection seems basically worthless, as I continue to add to my cloud-based digital collection on Google’s servers. Thankfully, Google has a few great deals from time to time, making the process a tad less strenuous on my wallet.
Today, Google is hosting one of these awesome sales on Google Play, pricing a ton of great moves at just $5 a pop, all in high definition. Included in the sale are hits like The Hangover, 300, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Inception, Star Trek, The Matrix, Wedding Crashers, 21 Jump Street, Kick Ass 2, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. (more…)
A refresh to Google Search results for movies is apparently rolling out on Android, according to Google’s G+ page. I can’t say that I have searched for “show me Angelina Jolie movies” in a while (read: ever), but the beautiful new UI that shows after searching for that is very nice. You can see it in action below. (more…)
Google, for a limited time, is offering Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring for free on Google Play, in high definition. From time to time, Google will list awesome deals such as this, always reminding us why we love our overlords so very much. (more…)
Disney is partnering with Google and Apple to allow access to all of its titles through your smartphone, via a new app called Disney Movies Anywhere. To get started, all you need to do is create a Disney account, then link up your Google Play or iTunes account. (more…)
Starting today, Google has opened up a pre-order system for blockbuster movies on Google Play, allowing users to buy their favorite new movies before they are available. Once the movie is released, it will be automatically added to your library and your credit card will be charged. (more…)
A quick note for our international readers – Google Play Movies is now available in four new countries: Belgium, Philippines, Uganda, and Switzerland.
For a limited time, fans of Tom Hanks and classic movies can pick up Big for completely free on Google Play. Google doesn’t exactly mention why Big is free, it’s not an anniversary of the flick or anything, but we’ll take it. (more…)
In case you are feeling a little lonely on this Valentine’s Day, there are a couple ways to make yourself feel better. One of them is to take in all the V-Day deals, which even Google seems to have jumped on, with discounts on apps, music, movies, books, and even in-app purchases among other things. (more…)