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How do you get free movies on YouTube?

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Free movies are available on YouTube's official Movies channel. The Free Movies sub-channel features films from a variety of different genres. Many of the free movies are low budget or belong to the public domain. YouTube offers free foreign films as well under its featured World Cinema channel. YouTube contains free movies from the cinemas from many countries including Japan, India, Russia, France and Germany.

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More than 18.5 million users subscribe to the YouTube Movies channel. Some of the popular free movies on the channel are "Life in a Day," "Supercroc," "Waters Rising," "Sita Sings the Blues" and "Dream of a Warrior." Greg Carter and Shawn McElveen directed the 2007 crime drama "Waters Rising." The movie focuses on two criminal brothers whose lives are changed by Hurricane Katrina. "Waters Rising" receives 5.1 out of 10 stars on IMDb, as of October 2015.

The 2007 action horror movie "Supercroc" tells the story of a group of soldiers tasked with the responsibility of stopping a bloodthirsty, 50-foot crocodile from destroying a nearby city. David Michael Latt created the story, Steve Bevilacqua wrote the screenplay, and Scott Harper directed "Supercroc."

Nina Paley wrote, directed, produced and animated the 2008 animated film "Sita Sings the Blues." The movie received wide critical acclaim after its release and earns 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. It won "Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You" at the 2008 Gotham Independent Film Awards.

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