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5 Websites To Watch Free Movies, Documentaries and Television

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Do you find yourself spending a mint on movies? Heading to theatres is expensive, especially if you’re taking the whole family. Monthly subscriptions to all your favourite movie channels and on-demand services like Netflix can add up. It doesn't have to be this way, though. You can stop spending on movies because there are plenty of places on the World Wide Web that offer loads of great movies for free. Here are my top five faves:

Reddit - Reddit is an anonymous social network divided up into subreddits for different topics. One such subreddit is called Full Movies on YouTube and Full Movies On Anything. While many of the sources linked to tend to be against copyright rules, there are also plenty of totally legitimate links, as well.

YouTube - There are a metric ton of full movies in HD to be watched on YouTube. While some are behind a paywall, there are even more out there in the open, accessible to everyone. Again, it’s up to you to find the ones that don’t infringe on any copyright protection, but you could spend an entire evening just surfing for flicks, there are so many!

NFB - This is the National Film Board of Canada. These are mostly documentaries, and there is some truly riveting content on this website. The best part is that you can download the NFB app for your devices and watch on your phone or iPad as well.

Bring The Popcorn - One of the largest collections of free movies to watch on demand, Bring the Popcorn is totally free.

PBS - PBS offers more content that you’d have time to watch in your lifetime, and it’s not all newsy-documentary type stuff. There’s a huge selection of indie films you can watch right there on the website.

And if you’ve got yourself one of those handy smart TVs, you can load any of these sites in the television’s built-in browser. Just launch their site, choose your flick and click play!

Where do you go for your movies most often? Let us know in the comments!

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