You might want know how to watch French movies online to improve your French, learn about French culture or impress a hot Francophile. All you need is internet access, a computer, and little curiosity.
- Stream it on iTunes. iTunes has an extensive movie catalog that allows you to buy or rent movies and stream them on your computer instantly. Renting French movies from iTunes will cost you $2.99 to $4.99, and buying them will run anywhere from $9.99 to $14.99. Your rented French flick will be available to watch for a 24-hour period for 30 days. There is no membership plan required for iTunes, but you do have to download the free software that works with a PC or Mac on iTunes.com.
- Use Amazon Video On Demand. You can stream French moviesvia Amazon by visiting Amazon.com/VideoOnDemand. No special software download or membership is required. Simply browse the movieslibrary and click on the foreign titles you want to buy or rent, and they will be available for instant watching on your Mac or PC. Rentals on Amazon start at $.99.
- Become a Netflix member. Netflix offers a wide range of French moviesto watch on your computer, or on your TV via a Wii, PS3 or Xbox 360. You have to become a member of Netflix in order to have access to their movielibrary. The cost is $8.99 per month, and your computer needs to be running Windows or Mac OS X. As a member, you will have unlimited access to streaming French movies.
- Purchase a Roku HD Player. This revolutionary device links your television to the internet via Wi-Fi or Ethernet, and gives you access to the entire Netflix and Amazon libraries, including all French movies. It’s pretty affordable at just $99.99, and you’ll be able to start streaming your French movies directly to your television as soon as it’s out of the box. The Roku HD Player is just another reason the internet is ill.
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