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    Movie Archive

    Is there any way to see what movies are in the archive online, before purchasing a vudu unit?

    Foer example, if I want to watch "St Elmo's Fire" would I be able to find it? How extensive is the movie archive?

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    Welcome to the Vudu Forum Ozdan77 - great first question!

    Right now there is no online listing of the movies avaibable for you to search. The catalog is constantly being expanded (over 5000 titles now), so such a list would be almost immediately obsolete. We have asked for the engineers to come up with a live link to the movie database, but it's not there yet.

    Don't overlook the value of the 30 day "Money Back Guarantee", as that gives you a risk free chance to try the Vudu and see for yourself how it will enhance your entertainment lifestyle.

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      Re: Movie Archive

      This is one feature that would be useful. When I tell people about VUDU the first question is usually about what movies are available. And there currently is no way for them to see a list of them. I think having a list available would help sales.

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        Re: Movie Archive

        I agree that the database should be available. I understand the 30 day money back thing. But most people don't want to deal with the hassel of that me included. I would rather make an informed decision and move on .

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          Re: Movie Archive

          Yes, hopefully a database will make its way on the web-site soon. They could also extend it to note, for example, that a movie is blacked out and will not be available until xx/xx, have more "Coming Soon" info, and stuff like that.

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            Re: Movie Archive

            Originally posted by Rusdude View Post
            Yes, hopefully a database will make its way on the web-site soon. They could also extend it to note, for example, that a movie is blacked out and will not be available until xx/xx, have more "Coming Soon" info, and stuff like that.
            Directv has a new feature on their web site that's pretty neat.

            When I log on to their web site I can view all available programming that I subscribe to, including PPV titles, and select any thing I'm interested in and it will put it in my Wish List directly on my Directv DVR and have it automatically record it when the title becomes available.

            I have 3 receivers and it also lets me pick the receiver I want to the programming to be recorded on.

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              Re: Movie Archive

              Thanks for your response, I appreciate your time. 5000 movies is quite alot, if you can't find something to watch in there, you're in trouble.

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                Re: Movie Archive

                Originally posted by RobertHodge View Post
                Directv has a new feature on their web site that's pretty neat.

                When I log on to their web site I can view all available programming that I subscribe to, including PPV titles, and select any thing I'm interested in and it will put it in my Wish List directly on my Directv DVR and have it automatically record it when the title becomes available.

                I have 3 receivers and it also lets me pick the receiver I want to the programming to be recorded on.
                I've been able to do this with Tivo and my Comcast for quite a while. It is a nice feature.

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