Deal: Google Hosting $5 Movie Sale, Includes Cast Away, Predator, Fight Club, and More

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For a limited time, Google is hosting a sale on select movie titles in HD, something I think we saw a lot more often back in the day. Regardless, these types of sales don’t happen too often, so you might as well check them out in case you are interested in beefing up your digital movie collection. 

Listed at $5, Google Play users can pick up Fight Club (First rule!), Cast Away (Wilson!), Predator (Get to the choppa!), Man on Fire (“Forgiveness is between them and God. It’s my job to arrange the meeting.”), The Day After Tomorrow (a pretty terrible flick overall), I, Robot (The Three Laws), and plenty more.

There are also a few other titles priced a bit higher at $7.99, including Gone Girl (Ben Affleck naked), Wild (Reese Witherspoon naked), and Exodus: Gods and Kings (meh).

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