Skip to comments.List Good Movies I Can Watch Entirely on YouTube
Posted on 05/25/2013 3:46:58 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
Okay, its Memorial weekend and I'm not going anywhere. Therefore I am interested in GOOD movies I can see it their entirety on YouTube. I don't mind if you have to go to Part 2, Part 3, etc. as long as I can see it in its entirety. I also don't mind foreign language films as long as they are dubbed or subtitled into English.
I wanted to see a South Korean movie about the Korean War which has been dubbed the "Private Ryan" of that war but, unfortunately, it is only available in Korean or other languages. I saw part of it once and it was terrific. I think there is also a Polish movie out there about when the Reds invaded Poland in 1920 but thrown back which I would like to see...but in English.
Tracker, filmed in New Zealand, excellent production!
A pretty large selection of documentaries. Just use youtube’s search feature if there are any subjects you’re interested in.
This will be great because I just cancelled my Netflix subscription because of their “Gay and Lesbian” category.
The Night Stalker pilot movie. Darren McGavin. Best of the entire series, IMO.
This is part one.
“The Lives of Others” that posters raved about here a few days ago. Alas, it ain’t free.
I just watched “The Well-Diggers Daughter” last night. Good picture.
The tv series/specials All You Need Is Love are about an hour long each, no narration, mostly participants (musicians/songwriters, some social critics) talking about the history or music.
Skip the first episode (supposed to be an overview) and you can drop out sometime about when the Beatles come into view. Elvis was still alive when these were made. Most are very good. And not every comment made by someone on camera is a brilliant thought. There are some radical leftists interviewed (who’s stupidity and bigotry is on display, specifically the black nationalist supremacist) and fools like Jerry Welxer pontificate. I may not agree with everything Bill Graham says or did to the music industry, but I’m at least willing to listen.
All You Need Is Love Vol 2: I Can Hypnotize Dis Nation - Ragtime
All You Need Is Love Vol 4: Who’s That Comin’? - Blues
All You Need Is Love Vol 6 : Always Chasing Rainbows - Tin Pan Alley
All You Need Is Love Vol 5 : Rude Songs - Vaudeville & Music Hall
All You Need Is Love Vol 8: Swing That Music!
All You Need Is Love Vol 9: Good Times - Rhythm And Blues
All You Need Is Love Vol 10: Making Moonshine - Country Music
All You Need Is Love vol 12.- Hail Hail Rock and Roll
There are around 17 or 18 episodes total I think, maybe more.
Before I came to work I downloaded “The Cross of Iron” on my Youtube ap, starring Jame Coburn, Maxamilliam Schell, James Mason, takes place on the Russian Front, 1943.
Another interesting war movie, “The Trench”. WWI.
I saw a really good Russian documentary on YouTube about the failure of the Russian 1942 attempt to drive the Germans further back from Moscow.
archive.org is good, too.
McLintock. John Wayne
So how big of a computer monitor are you going to watch these on?
The only movie I ever watched in its entirety on YouTube was that freaky old John Carpenter flick “They Live”. Roddy Piper plays this homeless guy battling evil, New World Order type aliens that only he can see. They’ve enslaved Humanity, but nobody realizes it because everybody’s hypnotized by TV. The cops are all aliens, and they’re vicious and brutal. A scary movie. Reminds me of what we see all around us today.
I didn’t realize until a few months ago that so many documentaries were on youtube. I’ve watched quite a few, mostly ancient civilization so far. I’ve never looked for full length movies there.
If you haven’t already, you could check out the netflix.com and huluplus 30 day free trials. And I think you can still watch many movies free (limited commercial interruption) at hulu.com.
I’ll kill you if these videos have nothing but the usual interviews with the likes of variopus Linda Ronstadts informing us peasants that this or that of her heroes and predecessors was “just amazing!” and/or “incredible!”
“Bedtime Story” with Brando, Niven. Guaranteed to LYAO.
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