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The nature of TV is changing and it is now possible to stream just about any movie that has been made straight to your TV. From silent films to the latest releases, streaming movies is now easier than ever before.
If you're not familiar with the term "streaming", basically it means that a movie that is being sent to you via the internet but the device you are watching it on, isn't saving the movie to memory or to a hard drive. But this is ok, because there is no reason to save it. It will be available any time you decide you want to watch it again.
If you want to stream movies to your TV you are going to have to do one of two things. You can either connect your laptop to your TV. I have done this and it works great but there are some issues with this. Mainly there is no remote control, and that is a huge problem, and it also ties up your computer.
What I would recommend for streaming movies is a Roku streaming box. I found this little device on Amazon and it works great. It costs about $60. This box connects to your TV via HDMI or RCA cables. If you have a wireless internet in your home, the Roku box will pick up the signal and stream movies to your TV wirelessly. If you don't have a wireless network in your home, don't worry. You can plug the internet straight into the Roku box.
Once you have this device you can use the remote and click on Hulu. This will allow you to stream a lot of movies that are a bit older but there is also a wide selection of lesser known films that are very good. Also, it has a great selection of documentaries to include National Geographic and Nova programs.
To stream movies that are more recent you are going to need a subscription to Netflix. This will allow you to watch 1,000's of newer movies instantly. You won't get to stream the latest releases but their library is very large for "instant streaming" and it is increasing constantly. We pay about $7 per month for this service.
If you would like to watch the latest movies, the ones that are still in the video store, use your Roku streaming device and click on "Amazon on Demand." This will allow you to select from a list of the latest movies. It costs about $5 per movie and you get to view it as often as you like for 48 hours.
This is a real nice feature because you don't have to pick up or return the movies. This also eliminates any possibility of late fees.
We bought our Roku device about 2 weeks ago and we have used it non-stop without any problems and we absolutely love it. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.