Know any free websites other than Youtube where I can watch movies?

by Witness 007 15 Replies latest jw experiences

  • Witness 007
    Witness 007

    I sit at work for hours in front of a computer and am only required to do something if called {I wont tell you what I do} recently Youtube was banned from our computer and I know about Google video but are there other sites where you can watch a movie in full that are free. Tonight I'm watching "Children of the Corn" in full on Google....yetsreday I watched "Golden Eye" great movie...I'm running out of films help.

  • Gopher
  • Witness 007
    Witness 007

    Thanks Gopher but that site only plays in the USA fpr the moment.

  • daniel-p

    There's also these things called books... you should check 'em out. ;)

  • Kudra


    I love em. You can check them out from the library or rent them at the video store. When I do rote labwork (~20-30 hrs/week) I listen to audiobooks or to NPR.

    NPR is usually really interesting but when you listen to 8+ hours the same news stories come up twice.


  • poppers
  • Witness 007
    Witness 007

    Dude, books are so 1980's common!

  • Gregor

    This brings up a question. We have computers that are probably above average in capacity and speed connected to a high speed internet service. Last year we tried subscribing to NetFlix but found that the movie would would only play in short segments with pauses in between that got longer as the film played. Unwatchable, so we cancelled it. Has anyone here been able to use such a service and watch an uninterrupted film?


    Veoh has some great old tv shows.


  • BizzyBee

    Can't vouch for it - haven't tried it.

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