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200 Movies to Watch in Full, Online, for Free

11.17.10 @ 10:05AM Tags : ,

Open Culture has posted a list of 200 movies that are available to watch in full, online, for free. Alongside their list they also provide a compendium of web sites that offer free movies; definitely worth checking out in this, the winter of our hardships. Here are some picks from the list:

  • BreathlessFreeAmazon -- Godard’s classic with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Jean Seberg. (1960)
  • Dr. StrangeloveFreeAmazon -- Stanley Kubrick’s classic. (1964) (US audience only)
  • Fear & Loathing in Las VegasFreeAmazon --  Starring Johnny Depp. (US viewers only) (1998)
  • Koyaanisqatsi: Life out of Balance – Free – Directed by Godfrey Reggio, soundtrack by Philip Glass. (1982)
  • MFreeAmazon -- Directed by Fritz Lang, with Peter Lorre. In German. (1931)
  • Mr. Smith Goes to WashingtonFreeAmazon -- Directed by Frank Capra, with Jimmy Stewart. (1939)
  • RashomonFreeAmazon -- By the great Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. (1950)
  • Sita Sings the BluesFreeAmazon -- New prize-winning animated film by Nina Paley. (2008)
  • SlackerFreeAmazon -- Richard Linklater’s Gen-X, generation defining indie film. (1991)
  • Taxi Driver FreeAmazon -- Directed by Martin Scorsese, with Robert DeNiro. (US viewers only) (1976)
  • White HeatFreeAmazon -- With James Cagney, a classic gangster film. (1949)

Check out the full list here:

Link: 200 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Film Noir & More

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  • Thanks for posting this!
    When I read this I went immediatelyto the website, to watch Andrei Tarkovsky’s Andrei Rublev film, but guess what, I get this message: “Veoh is no longer available in CHILE. If you are not in CHILE or think you have received this message in error, please go to veoh.com and report the issue.”
    Is not a so OpenCulture as they say.

  • I’m a foreigner living in China. I was wondering if I’m able to watch most of those films (though only available in the USA) using VPN and access it via a US server.

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