Some legally uploaded, full feature-length movies available to watch on YouTube include “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” “Groundhog Day,” “Crash,” “Blue Velvet” and “Minority Report," which are available for free streaming. While all are found in the YouTube.com/movies section, other movies such as “Magic Mike XXL,” “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Inglorious Bastards” are available for purchase or rent.
Many of the movies available to watch on YouTube are documentaries, including the Formula 1 documentary “Senna,” and the famous examination of fast food’s effects on the body, “Supersize Me.” The documentary “The End of Poverty?” is narrated by Martin Sheen, and examines the origins of world poverty from the slums of Africa to the barrios of Latin America. “From Dogma to Dogville” is a documentary that takes a closer look at the MiniDV revolution and its effect on independent cinema.
A number of examples of classic cinema appear in full length on YouTube, such as “The Strange Love of Martha Ivers,” “Gaslight” and “Metropolis” -- the Fritz Lang masterpiece inspired by German Expressionism and Art Deco. Classic horror films also appear in full length, such as “Nosferatu,” the adaptation of “Dracula” by Bram Stoker, the original zombie thriller “Night of the Living Dead” and Alfred Hitchcock’s box-office hit “The Lady Vanishes.”