You can now watch dozens of movies for free on YouTube. In October, YouTube quietly added a batch of about 100, feature-length films to its website that don’t require a subscription to enjoy. The only catch? Users have to be willing to sit through a few advertisements while they watch. The “Free to watch” category includes mostly older films, but there are some cult classic and critically acclaimed titles like “Rocky,” “Legally Blonde,” “The Terminator” and “Four Weddings and a Funeral.” Ads will then pop up at regular intervals throughout the movie. To check out what’s available, head to YouTube’s homepage, then navigate to the “Movies & Shows” section in the left-hand toolbar. From there, scroll down to the section titled “Free to watch,” click on whatever movie you want to watch and it will begin playing automatically like any other YouTube video.
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