Mobile devices that don't support Java or Flash may not have the software yet available to play the movies directly.
In that case, the movie file will need to be downloaded to a computer.
Some portable devices might require the movie to be in a certain format (like MPG, AVI, etc.). Once the correct format is set, the file can be transferred to the device. Learn how to watch movies using mobile devices.
These movies are sponsored through outside sources. Sometimes, the link to the movie source may be broken.
If the movie does not start after a few minutes, or you see a broken "Q" image in the middle of the screen, there may be a problem with the movie link.
We are updating old links. Please report non-playing movies with broken "Q." List the titles that have a problem and we'll check out and repair the links.
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These movies are very large files that have to be broken into "packets" or pieces and sent to a buffer on your computer to provide streaming video.
If a packet doesn't make it, or arrives too slow, it may break up or stop the movie. Then the movie stops playing until the buffer fills up.
Traffic on our site and on the Internet overall is a factor. If too many people watch the same film, the source may not have enough bandwidth to serve everyone at the same time. It is similar to a rolling blackout.
If you download the movie file to your computer, it will be complete and will play without pausing or stopping anytime you want.
If you experience jerking in the picture and sound, or a very slow start it means the connection serving the movie and the Internet traffic is backing up. Just wait for the buffer to catch up and the movie should start playing shortly afterwards. More movie problems and issues