What’s On Demand on FiOS? Verizon Has 9 Movies You Need To Watch Now
The weather sucks outside, to put it mildly. So that gives you every right to simply just not go out there, stay in bed all day, and watch movies On Demand. If you are a Verizon FiOS customer, you're in luck, because Verizon FiOS has a really stacked On Demand selection at the current moment. Say goodbye to the outside world, or friends, and human existence because after seeing this list of films that are available to rent On Demand right now, Seamless will be your best friend, and your computer will become your love interest.
All of the movies on this list are available to stream On Demand on FiOS' website, but you can always just watch on your TV, as well — it's just a matter of how ambitious you are for getting out of bed (then again, if you have a TV in the bedroom, then you are really set for life, proud of you). All movies below include the genre (so you don't end up watching a horror film when you think it's a comedy — you're welcome), and a bit of movie information. Enjoy FiOS friends, see you when you resurface after watching all of these movies.
Movie Info: I don't know if you guys have heard of this movie, it's super low-key release date got moved because politics (UGH). Obviously we all know what this movie is about, even my non-English speaking, non-TV watching extended family members know what the deal with The Interview is. If you're looking for a classic Rogen Franco film, this movie is for you.
Movie Info: Chances are you've heard of this movie and have just been boycotting the crazy prices of movie theaters, and instead waiting for it On Demand. The film follows Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) who is suspected of murdering his missing wife Amy (Rosamund Pike) on their fifth wedding anniversary. It's a lot more complicated than that, but that is the super Cliffsnotes tagline.
Movie Info: Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf star in this World War Two film which follows an army sergeant as he and his team cross enemy lines.
Guardians of the Galaxy
Movie Info: Whether you missed it in theaters or just want a second (or third) viewing, Guardians of the Galaxy was a huge earner in the box offices since it was released. It follows a group of misfit superheroes who band together to stop a warrior from taking over the universe.
Genre: Coming-of-age drama
Movie Info: Trust me, this is a movie you want to see if you want to at all be in the know come award season. The movie was filmed over a period of 12 years (!!!) from 2002 to 2013 to show the growing up process of a young boy and his sister as a coming-of-age story. The film has a 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and is considered a landmark film.
This Is Where I Leave You
Movie Info: After losing their father, a family reunites to sit shiva, and reconnects after some time. The cast is an all-star cast. Tina Fey, Jason Bateman, Adam Driver, Corey Stoll, Jane Fonda, Connie Britton, and Kathryn Hahn (just to name a few) star in the film.
22 Jump Street
Movie Info: In the self-aware sequel to the successful first film, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum go undercover in college to catch a new drug distributor. If it sounds like 21 Jump Street, that's because it is exactly like the first film.
They Came Together
Genre: Romantic comedy (in the purest form)
Movie Info: If you love romantic comedies, but also love making fun of romantic comedies, you'll want to catch They Came Together. It is cheesy, but aware of its cheesiness. Plus, it stars Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd, so win-win, right?
Movie Info: In order to prove himself to his future brother-in-law (Ice Cube), James (Kevin Hart) is brought along on a ride along to catch a drug smuggler.
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