Love movies and TV shows? Then you'll love Wuaki.tv - a new video streaming service that combines subscription and new releases in one single place, with rental and purchasing of films and TV programmes.
If you like Netflix, LOVEFiLM and blinkbox, you'll love Wuaki.tv, which combines the best of all those worlds.
Which means no matter your budget or viewing preference, Wuaki has a way for you to watch.
Wuaki's already a leading European film and TV streaming service, and now it's bringing its blockbuster A-List of films and TV to the UK.
The main Hollywood studios are all on-board, with a huge selection that varies from new movies like Disney's Oz The Great and Powerful and Lincoln, to classic TV like Doctor Who.
Wuaki Plus subscriptions are priced at £5.99 a month, but if you hop aboard now during the site's beta-phase, you can grab a special offer of £2.99 per month - an offer that's valid for life if you start now .
Oh, and if you're already signed up to their sister site Play.com, you can nab a voucher code for 50% of your first two SD film purchases.
Wuaki's available on any internet-connected PC or laptop, while support for games consoles, smart TVs and tablets will be added over the summer.
As for all the movies on offer, well we're particular fans of their 'I Only Have 90 Minutes!' list, which brings together some classic movies to watch if you've got less than an hour and a half to spare.
Our Total Film picks as below…
2012’s stirring drama was nominated for an Oscar for good reason. The brilliant indie is based on the true life story of a poet paralyzed from the neck down due to polio. So far so stoic. That is, until Helen Hunt (nommed for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar) enters as a sex surrogate who’s hired to help him lose his virginity. As bizarre as it is beautiful.
Truly great teen movies come about once in a blue moon, but 2010’s sassy, smart teen comedy was an instant classic. Emma Stone cemented her A-List comedy talent in a screenplay partially inspired by The Scarlet Letter, as a teenager who pretends to sleep with her high school classmates in exchange for cash.
Quite simple one of the silliest (and ergo amazing) comedies ever created, Monty Python’s unique approach to one of the oldest tales in English history has it all – killer rabbits, a leader inspired by a ‘watery tart in a lake’, Trojan rabbits, song and dance numbers, knights who say NI!. A comedy classic.
Pixar used to get all the animation plaudits, that is until studios like Sony Pictures Animation started crafting animations as clever, funny and warm-hearted as Cloudy. When failed inventor Flint Lockwood creates a new contraption that turns water into food, things get out-of-hand – and the whole town is bombarded by skyscraper-sized foodstuffs.
Flying the flag for stop-motion genius everywhere, 2012’s 3D animated comedy is the best zombie movie kids are allowed to watch. An all-star voice cast (including Casey Affleck, John Goodman, Anna Kendrick and more) is accompanied by buckets of charm and a stunning score (courtesy of Jon Brion) for one of the freshest animations in recent years.
Wes Anderson turns his indie eye to children’s summer camps, in a quirky and utterly adorable tale of pre-teen summer love that’s every bit as clever and askew as fans have come to expect. Throw in a brilliant A-List cast (Bruce Willis, Edward Norton) and two incredibly talented young leads, and you’ve got a summer movie unlike any other.
Long before Tim Burton shacked up with creative muse Johnny Depp, he made one of the best films of the 80s. The ultimate weird black comedy, Beetlejuice follows the tale of two recently deceased lovebirds who haunt their former home, and the macabre machinations of a ‘bio-exorcist’ called Beetlejuice. Featuring brilliant performances from Alec Baldwin, Winona Ryder, Michael Keaton and more, and a story that’s as inventive as it is insane, it’s one of Burton’s best.
Back when every Adam Sandler was guaranteed comedy gold, Happy Gilmore became a cult classic for good reason. As the overly aggressive but super-talented ice hockey-turned-golf player Happy, Sandler excels in a movie as madcap as it is marvelous.
For many, the ultimate coming-of-age movie, this Rob Reiner-directed 80s classic was inspired by a heart-warming tale written by Stephen King. The fact that it’s gone onto inspire so many movies, all of which have paled in comparison, is testament to its dramatic power.
With Despicable Me 2 in cinemas now, there’s no better time to catch up with the origins of the world’s worst villain-turned-surrogate father do-gooder. Carell charms and amuses in equal measure as a grumpy, nefarious villain whose heart is melted by the accidental adoption of three young girls. Oh, and there are the Minions. Everyone loves the Minions.
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