Any movie fans looking for the deal of the day surely can’t pass up this offer as CinemaNow and Divx are giving away digital copies of Terminator Salvation for FREE! This isn’t about whether or not you liked the movie, this is about something being free, legal and if you’ve got something against free… Well, you’re just a better person than me.

For those who are on my level, it’s really simple to get your free movie. Simply click here and you’ll see these instructions:

HOW TO REDEEM:

1. Enter your code below.
2. Create a free CinemaNow account.
3. Install the DivX Player.
4. Download Terminator Salvation.

Enter code TS201023, following the rest of the directions and you’ll soon be watching Christian Bale yell at Director of Photography, Shane Hurlbut. Oh yeah, that’s not part of the movie. Well, it should have been.

CinemaNow contains approximately 14,000 feature-length films, shorts, music concerts and television programs and is one of the two Internet-based digital video distribution companies founded in the late 90s. After being acquired by Sonic Solutions, later merging with Blockbuster and their competitor Movielink, CinemaNow remains one of best ways to watch feature-length movies on demand through your computer.

Not much more to say than that…

Well, maybe there’s room for some awesome Terminator quotes.

Come with me if you want to live.”

“I need your clothes, boots and your motorcycle.”

“I’ll be back.”

“Hasta la vista, baby.”

“Hey Janelle, what’s wrong with Wolfie? I can hear him barking.”

“I know now why you cry. But it’s something I can never do.”

“Hello, Doctor Silbermann. How’s the knee?”

Alright, that’s enough. Go get your free copy already. The offered ends February 28, 2010 or “while supplies last.” While one might ask how could your run out of something digital, I’m sure that’s just a nice way of saying that they don’t want a billion legal copies of Terminal Salvation out there. Unless they’re going for some kind of weird digital download Guinness World Record.

Just be careful as this might be stage 1 of Skynet becoming self aware. You’ve been warned.

Source: CinemaNow (via: Slash Film)

Any movie fans looking for the deal of the surely can’t pass up this offer as CinemaNow and Divx are giving away digital copies of Terminator Salvation for FREE! This isn’t about whether or not you liked the move, this is about something being free and if you’ve got something against free… Well, you’re just a better person than me.

For those who are on my level, it’s really simple to get your free movie. Simply click here and you’ll see these instructions,

HOW TO REDEEM:

1. Enter your code below.
2. Create a free CinemaNow account.
3. Install the DivX Player.
4. Download Terminator Salvation.

Enter code TS201023, following the rest of the directions and you’ll soon be watching Christian Bale yell at Director of Photography, Shane Hurlbut. Oh yeah, that’s not part of the movie. Well, it should have been.

CinemaNow contains approximately 14,000 feature-length films, shorts, music concerts and television programs is one of the two Internet-based digital video distribution companies founded in the late 90’s. After being acquired by Sonic Solutions, later merging with Blockbuster and their competitor Movielink, CinemaNow remains one of best ways to watch feature length movies on demand through your computer.

Not much more to say than that…

Well, maybe there’s room for some awesome Terminator quotes.

Come with me if you want to live.”

“I need your clothes, boots and your motorcycle.”

“I’ll be back.”

“Hasta la vista, baby.”

“Hey Janelle, what’s wrong with Wolfie? I can hear him barking.”

“I know now why you cry. But it’s something I can never do.”

“Hello, Doctor Silbermann. How’s the knee?”

Alright, that’s enough. Go get your free copy already. The offered ends February 28, 2010 or “while supplies last.” While one might ask how could your run out of something digital, I’m sure that’s just a nice way of saying that they don’t want a billion legal copies of Terminal Salvation out there. Unless there going for some kind of weird digital download Guinness World Record.