Currently, the only way I watch a movie is through my Netflix subscription (and that is only the online version) and when I grab a movie from the nearest Redbox machine for $1. Both of these methods are limited in their movie selections.
My entertainment budget is limited, so I don't want to subscribe to Hulu or go to the movie theater to broaden my movie options. Fortunately, I found out that YouTube actually has full-length movies available for anyone to watch. Best of all—you can do so completely free of any charges, fees or subscription costs.
There are several ways to locate movies. You can type the movie name into the search box at the top of YouTube's homepage. I've been able to watch movies like Lemonade Mouth that way. The other way is to head to the movies section of the website. I can't figure out how you get there from the homepage, so I'll give you the secret link: http://www.youtube.com/user/movies/videos
Some of the movies that are currently available for your viewing pleasure include The Fifth Element, The Runaways, Night of the Living Dead, Soccer Mom, Popeye, Miracle on 34th Street, Backdraft, Dracula, The Cabin in the Woods, Remember the Titans and Top Gun. There are thousands more so I couldn't possibly list them all.
If you are on a tight budget then I highly recommend you give YouTube a try. You don't even need to become a member in order to take advantage of all the free movies. Best of all, these flicks are available with the touch of a button at your convenience.