Looking for FREE movies to watch legally? We've put together a list of the best ways to legally watch free movies to save you time and the hassle.
Updated October 24, 2019
Want to watch movies but you're short on cash? We've got you covered! While some streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video etc... charge a monthly subscription, several companies offer free movies. We’ve compiled it all for you here to save you time, money and the hassle. No piracy here; All the options listed below are 100% legal and free. You can use one or several services listed below. A lot of of the options listed below are movie streaming services but we also list ways to get free DVDs or free movie theater tickets! Enjoy watching free movies and TV shows. You might not find the latest & newest movies, but you'll get to watch some classic movies and discover popular movies you haven't seen yet. So get some popcorn ready and be ready to be entertained for hours for free! Thousands of free legal movies are available right now!
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Watch popular movies and hit TV series 100% free legally. You can watch movies online via a browser, on their app and on a wide variety of devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, PlayStation and smart TVs. It offers tens of thousands of TV shows and films, all completely free to watch; You don’t even need to create an account. This service has been around since 2014 and millions of people have downloaded the app. Tubi TV is ad-supported so you will see video ads while watching.
Vudu is a digital video-on-demand service that offers some free content. You will need to create a free account to access the free movies. Just like Tubi TV, Vudu is ad-supported so you will video ads while watching. Vudu offers around 3,500 free movies and some TV series too. The free content is a little dated (from the ’80s to the mid-2000s) but it's still amazing content. You can Vudu free movies on Smart TVs, the Vudu app, streaming devices like Roku, Apple TV, Tivo, and Chromcast, Game consoles and web browsers.
Crackle is a free movie and TV streaming service offered by Sony that lets viewers watch uncut content. It is ad-supported so you will see some ads while watching the movies (you'll usually only see 2-3 minutes of ads). Crackle is available on every major mobile device, web browsers, game consoles and on Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, select smart TVs. Crackle doesn't have the vast selection of Netflix, but its fully ad-supported and it won't cost you a thing! It even has a couple of original movies.
You can watch full-length movies, tv shows, and more for free. Just create an account for free. IMDb TV is owned by Amazon. It has free, ad-supported TV shows and movies. You can watch IMDb TV on the web and on Amazon Fire.
Hoopla is a free digital media service offered in partnership with local public libraries. You can borrow movies (and music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows too) to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone and even your TV. Movies can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later. They have hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, with more added daily. Titles are automatically returned and removed from your device at the end of the lending period. Note: it's ad-free!
Kanopy is similar to Hoopla Digital: it offers access to thousands of films for free in partnership with your public library or university. Watch ad-free films and series that can be enjoyed on your TV, mobile phone, tablet and online. There are some greta movies available. Only con is that you might have a library or university close by that partners with them to get the library card or university card you need to sign-up.
You know Youtube is the site for all things video, but did you know if had a free movie section? Yes it has a sizable collection of feature-length movies. They'r enot the most recent movies but there are some nuggets.
Roku offers a free ad-supported channel. It is available to anyone, via the web, as well as through the company’s free apps for iOS and Android. The service offers more than 10,000 titles to choose from. Just create a free Roku account before you can watch.
Pluto TV hosts free films on-demand, but it’s also a free live-TV streaming service, hosting content from across the web. Pluto TV features multiple live movie channels. There are two general-purpose movie channels, with the rest being focused on specific genres or categories. Pluto TV’s on-demand movie library is pretty small and rotates frequently, but offers just as much variety as its live movie channels. It’s available on web browsers, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku devices, and more.
Popcornflix offers free, ad-supported movies and a handful of TV shows. You don't even have to sign-up to start watching free movies. Just browse through the list of movies available and press "play"!
SnagFilms specializes in fresh content and has unique categories such as “Before they were stars” and “Athletes & their triumphs”. Its library of more than 2,000 videos includes films, shows, and documentaries and original comedy shorts.
Classic Cinema Online focuses on older, classic content. You can find classics such as Casablanca, Jane Eyre, and The Wasp Woman. Great platform in you're in the mood for old school movies.
Free Movies Cinema features free legal streaming movies. It offers not only classics but also short films.
If you're into documentaries, you'll want to check this one. You’ll find a varied selection including Cosmos, Hubble’s Universe, and Zeitgeist. You can browse the top 100 documentaries, recently added movies or by genre.
If anime is your thing, this one is for you! With hundreds of anime series, and a few live-action Japanese dramas, you can stream lower-res, ad-supported videos for free.
Coming soon: Plex announced free ad-supported movies and shows that will be delivered free of charge.
OTHER WAYS TO WATCH FREE MOVIES
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