I think walmart and something like vudu. Of course hulu and hulu plus. CinemaNow may offer some content. There was some company that got around some rules.
The have automated DVD/Blueray changers. When you request a movie they load up a disk. That way they can get faster to home streaming since they really did use a disk.
Blockbuster may still be in business.
Places like Historychannel.com have a lot of stuff. PBS.org and the national public broadcasting still have great content if you want to watch online.
Xfinity (fancast maybe) I think had some content.
Someone said filmon.com
Archive.org has some old stuff.
Some old stuff on youtube too.
Dunno, might see some of these sites. http://blog.buttermouth.com/2007/06/...ovies-and.html
I finally quit netflix, guess it is OK if you find what you want.
if you have cable or satellite then they offer a lot of media too. In a worse case deal you might see if you can get enough content from them to justify the cost. dishnetwork has a lot of the movies online (if you paid for the service like HBO).