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mr. ed

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Posted: 05/03/21 10:06am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Caught another great movie on youtube the other day. I highly recommend “Tristan and Isolde”, if you like a historical action movie, taking place in England and Ireland during the dark ages. I didn’t catch any bad language, and action scenes aren’t excessively bloody. Excellent acting by all. Its available to watch free, but you may need to look around on the website a little to find the free version.


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Posted: 05/05/21 02:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

One of my favourite movies!
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Posted: 05/07/21 10:07am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Seen that, GMH. I agree, it was good.

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Thanks for theese movies. I want to share my top, good films:
10) The Silence of the Lambs
9) The Breakfast Club
8) Oceans 11
7) Three Identical Strangers
6) Boyhood
5) Tully
4) American Beauty
3) Ex Machina
2) You Were Never Really Here
1) When Harry Met Sally

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Thanks for the recommendations, guys. Usually, I watch movies and tv shows via streaming services, but I always DOWNLOAD TV SHOW and several films, just in case I don't have Internet access. As for my favorite movies, here is y list:
1) Intouchables
2) The Nice Guys
3) Bridge of Spies
4) Sully
5) Forrest Gump
6) Interstellar
7) The Hobbit trilogy
8) The Lord of the Rings trilogy
9) Harry Potter (all parts)
10) The Blind Side

* This post was edited 09/10/21 09:32am by Cristian123 *

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For many months now I have watched for free with no subscription or signing up and without ADs the latest movies with such stars as Tom Hanks, Liam Nilsen, Tommy Lee Jones and others in addition to hundreds of older movies with my favorite stars including Action and Westerns and no virus or malware.

The streaming website I use is . I will give you a hint FAST.

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NamMedevac 70 wrote:

For many months now I have watched for free with no subscription or signing up and without ADs the latest movies with such stars as Tom Hanks, Liam Nilsen, Tommy Lee Jones and others in addition to hundreds of older movies with my favorite stars including Action and Westerns and no virus or malware.

The streaming website I use is . I will give you a hint FAST.


Maybe you're right, but I rarely take advantage of the common free services from "Free Ad-Supported Tv" (F.A.S.T.) streaming, even though we have Hulu, Peacock, Ruku, etc. services available via high speed WiFi in our home.

So many of the "free" movies are of little interest to us that it requires a bunch of research to wade through descriptions and reviews of them to try and find a truly good one.

We're pretty much fans now of the great ad free streaming shows available on BritBox and Acorn ... each of which cost very little per month to subscribe to.


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Besides Youtube, I also use Vudu, PeacockTV, Tubitv and popcornflix. One problem I sometimes have with YouTube is low volume, even with volume set at max and using external speakers. I’ve often had to leave a good movie because it was too much strain to listen.

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Rewatched Django Unchained - in my opinion one of the best movies ever made

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Hack, kaff, choke, snort.


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