It is crucial that you consider issues of equity when doing this - not every student has access to a Netflix account, for example. Also, as it is not legal to stream many movies live (without permission) for your class, it is not legal for you to screenshare most movies during your class.
With notice, our Tech + Library team can:
Swank is a K-12 video streaming service that makes it easy for teachers to both watch films in class, and assign them to students to watch outside of class, without worrying about what services they subscribe to at home. We have access to a small library of 200 films, though they have been selected for their appropriateness in K-12 settings. Additionally, we can add from a huge library of films as we desire. Once a film is part of our library, our teachers and students can watch it as many times as necessary, in or out of the building. Let's take a look at how it works!
Go to our Swank page where you can search for films. From the main page you can see the movies that are a part of our collection.
When you find a movie you want to share with students, Click "Share" & then Click "Copy Direct Link." Then paste that link where students can access it, like Google Classroom. They'll also need the student login info: (Student Username: bcsstudent / Student Password: Student1)