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Amazon Prime Instant Video gains Miramax films

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 14 Jul 2013 6:42 User comments (1)

Amazon Prime Instant Video gains Miramax films Amazon has signed a new deal with Miramax that will add hundreds of films to their Prime Instant Video streaming service.
Among the more popular titles are "Pulp Fiction," "Good Will Hunting," "Life Is Beautiful," "The English Patient," "Kill Bill," "Amelie," "Reservoir Dogs," and "Trainspotting."

Prime is available on PC, Macs, iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Roku, most Internet-connected TVs and Blu-ray players and current-generation video game consoles.

Amazon Prime costs $79 per year and gives users free 2-day shipping on hundreds of thousands of items through the e-commerce site and free access to the streaming video service.

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1 user comment

117.7.2013 09:42

Nope, not my android.

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