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    Viewing Party

    Not sure if this is the appropriate place, but i dont see anywhere else to post.

    While watching the Vudu viewing parties for Thor:Ragnarok and Jumanji, an idea came to me. What if we could have viewing parties with our friends using a movie that they own. Like the owner could open a viewing party lobby, that they could link to their friends, and perhaps the lobby has a max person size of 10, give or take. It would be like inviting everyone over for movie night...internet edition. I know im not alone in that i have more online friends than ones where i currently live since i moved, and it would be amazing to watch movies with some of my friends online. Ive always loved Vudu, and movies in general, i have a decently sizable Vudu collection, and i think it would be great to host a movie night with friends.



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    Originally posted by quluxaxo View Post
    Not sure if this is the appropriate place, but i dont see anywhere else to post.

    While watching the Vudu viewing parties for Thor:Ragnarok and Jumanji, an idea came to me. What if we could have viewing parties with our friends using a movie that they own. Like the owner could open a viewing party lobby, that they could link to their friends, and perhaps the lobby has a max person size of 10, give or take. It would be like inviting everyone over for movie night...internet edition. I know im not alone in that i have more online friends than ones where i currently live since i moved, and it would be amazing to watch movies with some of my friends online. Ive always loved Vudu, and movies in general, i have a decently sizable Vudu collection, and i think it would be great to host a movie night with friends.

    This kind of idea would work great if a big social media company like Facebook were to purchase Vudu. There would be all kinds of really cool social integrations possible if something like that were to happen.

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      Amazon is doing this with Twitch and Prime.

      And Netflix used to do it with the Xbox 360 app.

      The thing that made it work for them is that everyone had a license to the film.

      Vudu would have to either make sure everyone had viewing rights to whatever they were going to watch, or limit it to free with ads movies and TV shows, because those are open to all.

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