Rolling Stone reports:
Should you be one of the many who’ve signed up for HBO Max, you’ll have access to a deep bench of popular TV dramas and sitcoms, plenty of HBO’s greatest hits (Game of Thrones, The Sopranos), some only-available-here original programming, the bulk of Studio Ghibli’s animated work, and a good deal of blockbusters (the D.C. Universe movies, the James Bond films, etc.). It’s a lot of bang for your buck, and a major push from WarnerMedia to enter the streaming space, if not try to dominate it.
But for those folks who may not feel the need to drop cash in order to binge-watch all of The Big Bang Theory on a whim, there’s an extra incentive to signing up for this corporate behemoth of a service. You’ll have access to classic movies. A whole lot of them. Having culled titles from the TCM library, the Criterion Collection, the vast Warners Archive and a few other third parties, subscribers will have access to a treasure trove of old films to feast on.