For a limited time, several of the streaming rental companies including Vudu, FandangoNOW, Microsoft, Google Play, and Apple iTunes are giving away free rentals of some amazing, inspiring movies celebrating the ongoing fight for Civil Rights here in the U.S. and around the globe. The recent films that are being offered to rent for free include: The Hate You Give, Selma, Brian Banks, Antwone Fisher, and The Secret Life of Bees.
Rent these now before this free offer goes away. Most of these services allow you to rent the movies and then you have up to 30 days to watch them. Typically, the services give you 24 to 48 hours after you first press play on their video streaming service to watch the movie in its entirety. Renting these films is a great way to be educated and to support some talented, rising stars in the entertainment industry looking to spread awareness to the inequality and mistreatment by those in authority that have even endured for centuries. If you find one of these wonderful movies to be a new favorite there are also purchase options, which seem to be temporarily reduced for the time being too.
Below are links to the movies and the services streaming them for free for a limited time.
The Secret Life of Bees on Amazon Prime Video
The Secret Life of Bees on Vudu
The Secret Life of Bees on FandangoNOW
The Secret Life of Bees on Apple iTunes
The Secret Life of Bees on Google Play
The Secret Life of Bees on The Microsoft Store
If you see a movie you want to watch, but I don’t have your favorite streaming service listed, chances are it is free on that service. Go search for the movie and try your luck. I hope you take the time to check out all of these excellent titles and share these stories with friends and family.