As of 2015, "Russian Ark," "The Seventh Seal," "A Bronx Tale" and "Raising Helen" are some full-length movies available on YouTube. Others include Fritz Lang films, such as "Metropolis" and "The Woman in the Window," and Yasujiro Ozu films such as "Floating Weeds" and "Passing Fancy."
YouTube offers full-length movies that users are able to rent or buy for a fee and some that are completely free to watch. The movies that have a fee attached to them are totally legal to watch and have been approved by the right distributors.
Some of the feature-length films that have received a high number of views on YouTube include "First Orbit," "Life in a Day," "Kissing Cousins," "The Makeover" and "The Last Monk." "The Makeover" has received over 2 million views, "Kissing Cousins" and "The Last Monk" have received more than 3 milli
For the film lover who does not wish to pay a premium, there are a multitude of full-length movies that can be watched for free on YouTube. Films are available in a wide variety of genres, languages and lengths, and range from decades old to more recent.
Some popular full-length action movies available on YouTube are "Kingsman: The Secret Service," "Chappie," "American Sniper" and "Jupiter Ascending." These films all cost money to view, as of June 2015. Some popular free full-length action films are "Waters Rising," "Supercroc" and "Dream of a Warri
Many popular movie titles are available on YouTube to stream for a specific cost per movie. For example, as of February 2015, viewers can watch "Dead Poets Society" from its copyright holder, Touchstone Pictures, for a fee of $2.99.
Full-length public domain Westerns, such as the 1935 "Born To Battle" and 1934 "Wagon Wheels" movies, are freely available on YouTube. Short clips and trailers are also widespread. As of 2015, recent full-length movies are also accessible for a fee, including the 2011 "Cowboys & Aliens" Western.
It is legal to watch a full-length film on YouTube only if the person who uploaded the video had permission from the copyright holder. If that person did not, viewers of the illegal content could be prosecuted, according to CNET.
At any time, there are thousands of free movies on YouTube, although typically they fall outside of the Hollywood norm. Notable movies available as of July 2015 include Orson Welles' "The Stranger" and Alfred Hitchcock's silent classics such as "The Ring."
Free audio books are available from organizations such as LibriVox, Lit2Go and Internet Archive. Books at these organizations are in the public domain and narrated by volunteers. Audible, an Amazon company, provides a free audio book if you sign up for a paid membership. These include bestsellers an