People used to go to theaters to watch their favorite movies. They’d go with friends, watch a double feature, and have a good time. Before VHS came about, even adult or pornographic films were experiencing a boom through this distribution channel. When VHS and VCR finally hit the mainstream, people could now bring home their fave movies from many different genres. Then the Internet came about and so did the evolution of zone telechargement. From drive-ins and movie halls, people eventually got used to the idea of watching big-screen movies at a smaller screen. Thanks to advanced technology involving in-browser video playing and streaming, watching movies from the latest award-winners to B-movie classics have never been easier or more legal. These sites aren’t piracy sites because they actually got the license to distribute these films.
Support Creators by Legally Watching Free Movies
* Instead of keeping a huge collection of movie disks at home that either gathers dust from their boxes or gets used so much they end up with scratches and file corruption, why not go acquire a digital source for your movie instead? Better yet, why not stream movies legally? This will allow you a more extensive choice of films compared to buying DVDs.
* This way, you can support the filmmakers while at the same time watch the movies for free (with ads) so that the revenue will still go to the makers and the website hosting the films instead of to questionable pirates who are slowly killing the industry. Piracy is convenient, but now supporting the makers of the films is just as convenient!
* People used to download films that they store in their computer hard drives for later watching, creating a huge backlog of movies. Streaming is much better than downloading because it keeps your hard disk space completely free while at the same time allowing you to watch movies the way they’re meant to be watched—immediately and in one sitting.