Have you been wondering how to rent and stream “A Star Is Born” and other Oscar Nominated movies in 2019? Technology seems to change so quickly and it’s hard to know how to do stuff that was easy just a few years ago. (A few years ago we would run down to the local video store, then pick out what we wanted, and finally get ready to pay the late fee when it wasn’t returned in two days!)
I don’t know about you, but ever since this version of “A Star Is Born” came out, I’ve been thinking about the one with Kris Kristofferson from decades ago. Maybe not the best actor, but I loved his music!
Here’s a list of all the nominees for Best Picture:
Available to stream on Netflix:
- Black Panther
- Black Panther
- Bohemian Rhapsody
- There’s a link to a free Amazon Prime trial below.
Available for pre-order:
- The Favourite
- Green Book
Are you still wondering how to rent and stream “A Star Is Born”?
Head over to their webpage. You’ll see all of the options there to stream online, or to go to a physical store to purchase it. Then pop up a big batch of popcorn and enjoy!
Free Movie Streaming
There aren’t a lot of places to watch movies for free online. Doing my research today, I did find a website that has (older) movies, documentaries, educational, and training films. It’s called Kanopy. The only catch is that your library needs to be registered with them. Check them out!
Please forward this to your movie loving colleagues.
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