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MS continually releases Xbox Live apps related to entertainment. This time they've sent the word that Paramount Pictures has a standalone Kinect-friendly app. It works similarly to a variety of other movie-buying apps on the system minus. Of course, you still won't be able to watch movies released by studios other than Paramount.
Weirdly, actual movie purchases can't be done via the app. Users can basically head over to Paramount's official website to buy or rent a particular flick and then just queue it up for watching on their console.
Hm, can't you already do shit like this via countless other services?
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