Some questions define an age: "To be or not to be?"; "Doctor Livingstone, I presume?"; "What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?" For the 21st century, that question is: "Can I watch it online?"

Ponder no further. Your answers lie at

Trying to plan your Star Trek marathon? Good luck. Netflix only offers Wrath of Khan and Search for Spock, but you can rent Star Trek: The Motion Picture, The Voyage Home, The Final Frontier and The Undiscovered Country on Amazon. If you're an Amazon Prime member, you can get all that Trek for free.

Just finished sitting through Peter Jackson's 169-minute version of The Hobbit on Netflix and want to cleanse your palate with the 1978 Rankin Bass-animated iteration? You'll find it for rent on Vudu for $2.99.

Perusing online video offerings used to require stalking the digital aisles, comparing prices and digging for titles. With, all you have to do is type in your chosen film and, viola, an instant menu of streaming options.

From Netflix Instant, Amazon Prime and Hulu Plus, to Crackle, HitBliss and EpixHD, your (legal) viewing options are covered. Download the smartphone app to pre-plan your evening escapism while still at work.

We may never know if we're alone in the universe or if there is a God, but at least we'll know where to stream The Cable Guy (it's on Crackle, by the way).

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