Plus, rent Oscar nominees, and watch free movies
Hello, it’s me – in 4K with Dolby Vision HDR
Vudu offers Star Wars: The Last Jedi in both Dolby Vision and HDR10 formats – meaning more people can enjoy the richer and more vibrant color range of HDR across more HDR-capable devices. So, lightsabers will look deadlier, explosions will look more devastating, and love them or hate them, those Porgs will look cuter than ever.
And for a limited time, when you get the movie in HDX or UHD, you’ll get an offer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens for just $12.99 (HDX). Look for it in your My Offers.
Not sure why HDR is so awesome? Get a crash course here.
Get yourself an Oscar (nominee) or two
The Oscar parties are over. The after parties are over. But we’re still celebrating because several Oscar nominees just became available for rental.
You can also check out, I, Tanya, the unbelievable story of Tanya Harding and her role in one of the most notorious scandals in sports history. Or the delirious story of discovery and desire, Call Me by Your Name.
Free movies for National Women’s Month
Celebrate Women’s History Month with strong female leads in some great free movies in our Women to Love collection! Kate Winslet in Labor Day? Free. Melanie Griffith, Sigourney Weaver, and Joan Cusack in Working Girl? It’s free too. Keira Knightly in The Duchess, Emma Thompson in Much Ado About Nothing, and Mary Stuart Masterson in Benny and Joon? Yup, all these – and more – are all free on Movies On Us.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi, L to R: Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), Photo: Jonathan Olley
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