There’s over 1,000 full-length feature films currently available to rent. Without listing them all, there’s Canuck classics such as Daydream Nation, Manufactured Landscapes or Hobo with a Shotgun are available, as well as global blockbusters such as The Adjustment Bureau and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1.
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Film fans in the US have been able to rent movies for over a year, and back in April we announced that YouTube was bringing the major studios on board for its movie rental service. The Google-owned video-streaming website signed deals with Hollywood studios Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Universal and Lionsgate.