Amazon has signed a deal with Miramax which brings over a host of award winning and critically acclaimed films for Amazon’s video streaming service users. The licensing agreement with Miramax studio will bring over hundreds of films, including classic titles such as Good Will Hunting and Pulp Fiction. Films such as Reservoir Dogs, Trainspotting and Life Is Beautiful are also now available for Amazon Prime Instant Video subscribers.
The Prime Instant Video service costs subscribers $79 per year and offers a wide variety of video content for on-demand streaming. have the luxury of watching content through a number of devices such as the iPhone and iPad, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Blu-ray players, internet connected TVs, Roku and Amazon’s own Kindle Fire tablet. Various reports claim that Miramax hasn’t made an exclusive deal with Amazon. In fact, its actually quite similar to the deal the film studio has with Netflix, which is one of the biggest rivals of Amazon Prime. Terms of the deal between Netflix and Miramax weren’t disclosed back then, though it was said that the studio will continue to add more content on a rotating basis.
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