without a credit card or downloads or surveys or all the other crap like that
Thanks everyone for the help
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Youtube and Hulu both have them available to stream. Though they do have "crap like that" called ads. They are what pay for you to watch them for free . . .
Depending on where you are in the world, and or your computer skills - The BBC Iplayer has full length films that have been given air time. Some of the other UK TV companies do the same. ITVPlayer for example.HOWEVER BBC TV content is in general barred outside the UK BUT Proxies exist - say no more.have you tried Google??
Really? It let me watch iPlayer when I visted Venezuela.
Friends in the USA who have tried get blocked - Personally I haevn't tried from over seas.
Stop me if you've already seen this one:http://www.archive.org/details/movies
:-) see it, heard it, got the T shirt! :-)
My prefered place is HULU.
I have had some people recommend Icefilms.info.
maybe you want to try kinox.to it is a german website but it should be easy enough to figure out how to find movies and many movies there are in english
depending on what movie you want to watch you can watch some online for free on hulu.com
Can you think of a reason why anyone would offer movies free online without a credit card or downloads or surveys or all the other crap like that? (I can't) L