My Ultimate Film Guide

FilmGuideCover4My kids just reached the age when they realize the best films are not necessarily the most recent nor the most expensive to make. The films you watch define who you are, just like the bands you listen to, books you read, and ceremonies you follow.

We have no shortage of options available: Netflix on demand, Amazon Prime, and Time Warner Cable with HBO and Showtime. Combine that with 5,000 reviews in most guides and you enter the maze of indecision. Just navigating the various options and locating the best portal for streaming has left us in such a confused state movie-night ceremonies have been cancelled.

I knew there had to be a better way. The problem with previous guides is they were invented before Internet streaming changed everything. And they seem to put a premium on who has the most reviews with the longest descriptions.

So I decided to make a list of the essentials with hyperlinks to the crucial websites that are constantly being updated, just so my kids and I could make informed choices and navigate options fast. The same masterpiece that streams free on one site, might rent for 10 or $12 on some other, and I didn’t want to fall for any lay-down deals. I encourage you to stop by Amazon and pick it up.

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Author: Steven Hager

I'm a writer, journalist, filmmaker and event producer.

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