You can monitor the cinematic universe – literally – at this expansive, well-stocked archive of streaming-video movies. Founded by L.A. entrepreneurs Opher Mizrahi and Robert Moskovits, the two-year-old site offers more than 1,200 film and TV titles, including such four-star fare as His Girl Friday and Alfred Hitchcock Presents. (Don’t worry, schlock fans: You can also catch Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.) Viewing is free to users who register, and both ”narrowband” and ”broadband” versions are offered – which means that even with a 56k Web connection, you’ll get a decent picture of a decent picture.
Posted July 19 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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