If you’re looking for a free movie to watch, we have many choices. We are going to show you a few of the best websites where you can watch thousands of videos for free online. You may not find the latest from greatest blockbusters on these sites always, but every now and then, you will find a hidden gem you’ll wish you had seen earlier. So, let’s get to it
Before we start, I’d like to put a disclaimer first. These streaming brands are available here in The United States and completely legal to use. If you live outside the US, some or all may not be free or legally available in your area. In addition to the website which is accessible from your computer, mobile apps for most of these are available for iOS and Android along with access from streaming devices like Roku, amazon fire tv, Apple TV 4k, Nvidia shield, and many others.
Vudu: Now, The first site, in no particular order, is Vudu. While this site is a popular place to buy and rent movies, it also offers an excellent selection of free feature-length films. Right now, there are more than 5000 for you to choose from. To separate the good from the bad, I’d advise using their filters. “Fresh Only” is an excellent option to use to find the best-reviewed movies. A few I would like to recommend are Enemy of the State, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and Gran Torino, starring Clint Eastwood. When you make a selection from their free page, you’ll be given the option to watch for free with ads, or if you want, you could rent or buy that film. This page will also give you additional information about that film, including its score on Rotten Tomatoes.
TUBI: Up next is TUBI. The service offers a large selection of free movies, including a good variety of newer titles with more than 200 partners, including Starz, Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate, MGM, and many others. You’ll find popular titles here not available on other services. When deciding on what to watch, they include more than a dozen of the usual genres like drama, action, comedy, and thrillers. Tubi also offers unique collections, including highly rated on Rotten Tomatoes, cult classics, and not on Netflix.
IMDB TV: Most of you are probably familiar with IMDB, the popular database site for TV shows and movies. They now have a streaming service called IMDB TV, which offers a decent selection with hundreds of free TV shows and movies. Recent movies added worth checking out include Hacksaw Ridge and Gravity. What knock against IMDB TV is that navigating the site could be more comfortable if it had filter options, but hopefully, they add in the future. Like most services, it is ad-supported. Amazon owns IMDB, so if you sign in with your Amazon Prime account, you can watch the free movies without the ads.
Crackle: Sony Crackle is a service that has been around for more than a decade. As you would expect, it features hundreds of full-length movies from the catalog of Sony Pictures. My experience when using crackle is that they seem to have more ad breaks than most, and navigating in their site can be a chore when trying to find something to watch. Other than that, some of you will appreciate their extensive catalog, including original films made exclusively for their service.