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40 Movies You Can Currently Stream for Free!

April 4, 2020
You can watch Miami Connection for free!

Since many people are currently working from home or social-distancing, I hunted through Crackle, Tubi, Vudu and IMDb to find some fun movies you can watch for free! Hopefully some of these options save you some money!

Hopefully, you find some fun gems in here!

Crackle

  1. Adaptation
  2. Animal Kingdom
  3. Attack the Block
  4. Dr. Strangelove: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
  5. El Mariachi
  6. Gattaca
  7. The Last Dragon
  8. Hot Rod
  9. Layer Cake
  10. Melancholia
Melancholia is a beautiful looking film.

Tubi

  1. Night of the Comet
  2. Day of the Dead
  3. Fist of Fury
  4. Donnie Darko
  5. Airplane!
  6. Evolution
  7. Train to Busan
  8. Dogtooth
  9. Haywire
  10. Hours (Paul Walker is really good in it)
Gina Carano crushes people in Haywire.

Vudu

  1. Gone in Sixty Seconds
  2. Dead Presidents
  3. Judgement Night
  4. Bloodsport
  5. Maggie
  6. Dark City
  7. Thelma and Louise
  8. Battle Royale
  9. Sing Street
  10. Bubba Ho-Tep
Watch Sing Street!

IMDb (in the US)

  1. Speed Racer
  2. Real Genius
  3. Ghost World
  4. The Never Ending Story
  5. Chef
  6. Blade Runner 2049
  7. True Romance
  8. Starship troopers
  9. Miami Connection
  10. Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist
Chef never gets old.
5 Comments leave one →
  1. April 4, 2020 3:24 pm

    Is Internet movie database streaming movies?

    • April 4, 2020 3:26 pm

      Yep! You can stream off their website. Or through Amazon Prime on TV

      • April 4, 2020 4:34 pm

        I read about it, it seems that the service is only available for US customers…

      • April 4, 2020 4:43 pm

        My apologies! Sorry about that

  2. rdfranciswriter permalink
    April 4, 2020 7:34 pm

    Oh, man. Miami Connection is coming back at me, again! This is worse than Wired to Kill. I can’t escape it!

    I don’t know what I’d do without Vudu and Tubi. The movies I’ve discovered and the “gems” I’ve revisited. The ads do not bother me at all.

    I’d have to add: You Tube has a lot of VHS rips of never-been-released on DVD oldies (especially ‘70s TV movies)–so the efforts of the uploaders are appreciated beyond words. Even when it’s of a not-so-good quality because it’s a copy of a movie taped from TV, it’s still worth watching. They’re saving the past.

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