Any individual who grew up with the Internet would know that not everything with the word “FREE” on the Internet will actually be free. Sometimes, it’s just a marketing tactic to get you to click, and when you do, you find out that you still have to pay to get the service or the product they’re offering. However, there will still be those sites that truly offer free (and legal) stuff.
Take, for instance, websites that allow you to watch movies online for free. There are sites you can visit and access lots of movies on without being required memberships or recurrent fees. You can also watch their entire library without receiving a note from the website that you’ve exceeded the number of flicks you can watch or that you need to subscribe or enter your personal details before proceeding to your next film.
By now, you’ve probably heard of the counterparts of these sites, such as the highly-rated Netflix in the U.S. While that company (and other similar services available in Australia) allows you to view a lot of mainstream movies (and television series), it also requires you to pay a monthly fee. That can be costly or impractical, especially if the number of times you watch movies online is limited, or if you won’t be using the service too often in a month. Why pay for something when you can get it for free, right?