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  • The Best 2018 Movies You Can Watch on Netflix Right Now

    It's the end of the year, which means it's time for all the Best of 2018 lists you can handle. While you can certainly look forward to plenty more to come running down the best movies, TV, and more of year here on Collider, the fact is most awards contenders are still in theaters, and sometimes when you're home for the holidays, you just want to watch what you can at home. With that in mind, we've put together a list of the best movies of the year that you can watch right now on Netflix. …

  • The best movies on Netflix: great films you can watch in Australia right now

    Sick of browsing endlessly? Don't know what to search for? These are the movies on Netflix you have to see.
  • The Best Oscar Movies on Netflix Right Now

    Last Updated: November 29th If you’re looking to put a little prestige into your viewing experience, Netflix actually has quite a few “Oscar movies” to choose from. It can be tough to find exactly what you’re looking for, however, so below we’ve assembled a list of the very best Oscar movies on Netflix right now. To whittle this list down, we relegated it to films that won at least one Oscar, so while a movie like Gangs of New York picked up a slew of nominations, it came away empty handed. But...

  • Now That ‘Friends’ Is Leaving Netflix, Can You Watch it on Hulu?

    Ugh. It’s like these streaming services are always stuck in second gear.

  • The 8 movies coming to Netflix in December that are worth watching

    There are a lot of movies to choose from on Netflix these days — but honestly, they aren't all great. So we have highlighted the ones worth your time. December is a big month for the steaming giant as it has two high-profile original movies for you to check out: the thriller “Bird Box” and its Oscar frontrunner, “Roma.” But along with that there are some impressive older titles available like “The Big Lebowski,” “The Lobster,” and (get ready to cry all over again) “Avengers: Infinity...

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  • You Can Now Watch Ad-Supported Movies For Free On YouTube

    You can now add YouTube to your list of sites to scour for free movie streaming, as the video-sharing giant has now added no-cost, ad-supported films to YouTube Movies. More
  • YouTube is now streaming actual movies you can watch for free

    YouTube has had free “movies” for years, most of them ripped from somebody’s DVD copy with a bizarrely cropped video and poorly synced audio (and they even used to be chopped up into 10-minute chunks), but lately the video site has been adding actual legal content that users can buy in order to make it more competitive with services like Amazon Prime. Now, YouTube has reached the next, inevitable stage of any non-Amazon/Netflix/Hulu streaming service: free movies!