If a movie needs to be downloaded before it can be played, there are several tips to improve the download process.
Download the file overnight when Internet traffic is lower.
Use a broadband, cable or WiFi connection to download to a computer.
Do not download a movie from a cell phone unless you can afford the cellular wireless rates. Use your computers internet connection instead.
These are some options to try if the connection is slow or not available on the computer you are using.
Try a different Internet connection. If your connection speed is less than 256kb (DSL or Cable Modem speed), then the movie might not play or take a longer time to start playing or downloading.
Try a different computer. Sometimes, PC's (and Macintosh) won't respond to menu requests. Varying software versions and computer hardware may limit the ability of the computer to download a file. If you have a newer computer, and still can't download files, try a different browser.
Try a different browser. Explorer, Firefox, Safari all look similar, but they may have different ways to download files. Try each one (make sure the others are not launched). Use the HTTP or FTP options, if available.
Nothing works- still can't download. It may be possible the combination of your computers hardware, your browser and Internet connection won't allow you to download these files.