Alright, I have another brilliant start-up internet business idea: Where2Watch.com.
There are some basic versions of this idea already: Fanhattan, Flixster, and even IMDB and RottenTomatoes sort of do this, but nobody does it simply and intuitively. The idea is this:
You want to watch a movie (i.e. Fight Club) but you don't own it and don't know the best/cheapest/easiest/fastest way to do so. So you simply search the title of the film (i.e. "Fight Club") click on the correct title (in case there is another movie called "Fighters Club" or "Clubbing All Fight Long") and the system tells you all the possible options you have for watching, i.e.:
- Netflix - Free (stream - if already a member) - $9.99 per month (stream - if not a member)
- Hulu - (not available)
- YouTube - (not available)
- Movie Tavern - Retro Cinema - $7.50 per person
- HBO - Free (on demand - if already subscribed) - $14.99 per month (to add to current TV subscription)
- TBS - Free (DVR - Friday, November 11 at 9:00pm)
- iTunes - $4.99 (rent) - $12.99 (own)
- Amazon on Demand - $4.99 (rent) - $12.99 (own)
- Blockbuster - $1.99 (rent) - $10.99 (own)
- Best Buy - $12.99 (own)
- Wal-Mart - $9.99 (own)
- Redbox - (not available)
And then you cant sort and filter by best/cheapest/easiest/fastest as well.
So again, I ask, who wants to back me?