Full movies can be viewed on YouTube by going to the website and entering Full Movie or a specific movie title into the search text box, by subscribing to a movie channel, such as Movies, or by selecting the Movies link from the left side of the home page. YouTube full-length movie offerings may req
As of 2015, no account is needed to watch videos on YouTube. A YouTube account does, however, allow users to access additional features, such as saving a video for later viewing, subscribing to channels to receive regular updates and setting up a personal YouTube homepage.
YouTube offers a variety of children's videos. Channels that offer children's content include PBS Kids, How It Should Have Ended Kids, SciGirls, Disney Shorts and Sprout.
Viewers can choose from a variety of full-length feature movies available to rent, purchase or stream for free on YouTube. Many of these movies have been uploaded legally by users, while others have been uploaded by users who likely do not own the proper rights to distribute them.
A YouTube account is only necessary to watch adult-rated content on YouTube; all other videos can be viewed without an account. However, users who register for YouTube accounts have access to many features that non-registered visitors do not. Those with existing Google accounts can use their account
It's possible to watch YouTube videos on a TV by using a set-top box or a game console that runs the YouTube application. They can also connect a laptop or tablet to the TV set and watch YouTube through a Web browser.
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YouTube does offer movies to watch for free, but many of them are not legal to view. Other free streaming sites such as Crackle and Hulu are more reputable and still offer a wide selection of movies.
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 a
YouTube has multiple channels that stream full movies legally. In most cases, these movies are lowerlist ones that did not have a theatrical release.