The Movie Fan App
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What? Surely not. With competition all over, companies are giving away one month free trials like Now TV, Neflix and Lovefilm.
Want a review or a trailer before watching the film? This app is definitely for you. This app pulls the best and puts it together in one easy to use app for you.
I would suggest using this app as a reference guide and not actually watch movies on the app as it isn't a movie player.
Log in and select videos for example, YouTube or Pinterest and watch them on your device later.
How to Watch Free Movies Online Legally
If you do a search for “free movie downloads” on any search engine, you’ll likely get millions of results that promise fast downloading of the latest Hollywood blockbusters. The Internet is overrun with web sites that make it all too easy for you to load your personal computer with illegal, copyrighted movies – movies that are still in the theatres or haven’t even been released. It’s tempting.
What these sites don’t tell you is that not only is it illegal to download, watch and share these movies, there are also government and private agencies regularly patrolling these sites looking for illegal downloaders. The risk of getting caught and fined is real…and completely pointless given the number of sites that let you legally enjoy free, feature-length movies and the latest TV episodes anytime you want.
If you’re in the mood for classic movie, many sites offer free public domain content. A movie in public domain means that its copyright has expired or the film’s owner has contributed it to the public for viewing without charges or royalties. These movies can be downloaded and played on computers and Android…all completely free of charge.
On public domain sites, you can get your fix of “oldies but goodies” like; His Girl Friday, Little Shop of Horrors, The Man Who Knew Too Much and even Night of the Living Dead. All free, all legal. Sites like, The Internet Archive, Retrovision and Uncle Earl’s Classic TV Channel, are home to over 500,000 public domain "moving images" including movies, TV, cartoons, sports, documentaries and more—a virtual haven for classic movie buffs everywhere.
Another way to legally watch movies and TV online is by visiting video streaming sites. These sites typically feature an impressive selection of free content. This content is “free” because the shows are regularly interrupted by commercials that “pay” for it. Sites like YouTube, allow you to legally stream shows directly on your computer.
Paying is an option too
While Netflix and other in this app offer the latest current release movies and television titles, you will be required to set-up an account and pay a monthly fee to watch their premium shows. Some services, like Netflix, offer a variety of monthly plan options. As you compare them all side-by-side, you’ll notice some slight differences in pricing and what they have to offer. However, the movie lovers in you will be happy to know, they all come with unlimited streaming.
If you don’t want to pay for a monthly subscription, sites YouTube and Google Play can be alternatives to other on-demand video services that require a subscription fee. Once you sign up, these sites allow you to simply pay as you watch for each movie or TV show you want to rent or own.
Whatever your tastes are in movies—action, romance, horror, comedy—with the online movie sites mentioned above, and numerous sites out there just like them, there's really no reason to put yourself at risk by downloading illegal and copyrighted movies to your computer. You'll always be able to find great movies online while being completely legal and without spending a dime.
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