If you’re anything like me, the first thing you thought when
you heard that Brad
Pitt and Angelina were getting a divorce is that you needed to stop what
you were doing and immediately watch Mr.
and Mrs. Smith. What can I say? I deal with my emotions with well-timed
movies. Especially when those movies star the celebrity couple that I am
currently in the throes of mourning. But where
can you stream Mr. and Mrs. Smith? I went on a hunt to find this classic movie the second I realized it isn’t
available on Netflix. Thankfully for all of us currently working our way
through our sadness by watching a ton of movies, Mr.
and Mrs. Smith is available to stream from other services.
So fret not, my little movie aficionados. You can definitely get your fill of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie as you work your way through your feelings of shock and sadness. In fact, watching Mr. and Mrs. Smith might actually be the perfect way to do it. What better way is there of dealing with your emotions than by sitting on your couch, watching these two actors fall in love on screen, and sobbing your way through the whole thing? Honestly, I can’t think of a better one.
So take a look at all of these other streaming options for your viewing pleasure. Your sad days wouldn’t be complete without at least one viewing.
It might cost you $2.99, but you can watch this movie right
from the comfort of your computer screen, just like you would Netflix.
This is how I prefer to watch all of my movies, and you can rent or purchase it. $14.99 is a little steep
for a movie, if you ask me, but, if you plan on watching this on repeat for
multiple days, it may be the best way to go. Or you could rent it for $3.99.
You can stream the movie right from the website for $3.99.
Movie snobs have a choice of standard def or HD with this
streaming service, but the HD will cost you a buck more. That might be worth it
to watch these two in all of their high definition glory.
On Google Play
$2.99 will get you this movie for a few hours. Or you can
buy the whole thing for $12.99.
OK, yes, you have to have cable service to watch more than
an hour of the film for free. But just in case you’re jonesing for some Smith and can’t afford to pay, this is a
great way to get your fix.
So stream away, my friends, and may the beauty of these two actors together help you wade through the sticky mess of your grief.
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