Wednesday, August 6, 2008

As I've stated before, I don't really understand how works, but because they don't have every movie in existence readily available, I assume they're posting films and TV in a completely legal way. After looking through the collection, I've found some real gems.
The Fifth Element
Groundhog Day
Lost in Translation*
Open Your Eyes* (the far superior Spanish Vanilla Sky original)
Three Amigos!
And, of course, Hercules in New York

30 Rock (Season 2, plus clips)
ALF (Alien Life Form, Seasons 1 & 2)
Arrest Development (all three seasons!)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Seasons 1 & 2 only)
Firefly (all 14 episodes)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (all three seasons) used to have BSG, The Office and Chuck entirely online, but they've been taking episodes off since the seasons ended. I don't understand why, and I don't know if the full seasons will return.

* You need an account to view "intended for mature audiences" materials.

1 comment:

Goddessdster said...

Yeah, I'm with you in not understanding AT ALL how Hulu keeps it legal. What do they consider a "mature audience?"

But now I can catch up on my Arrested Development!