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The newest movies to catch online for freeThere's no need to pay for streaming video when you can watch some awesome movies including the "Karate Kid" trilogy for free. Oh, and it's legal too.
Submarines, Guy Richie, Horror. All that and more on Netpicks. Hey everyone it's time to talk about the newest stuff online, because its time for Netpicks. First up, Amazon Prime customers can rewatch Transparent season one with new commentary tracks featuring the shows star Jeffrey Tambor and show creator Jill Soloway. Now let's see what's coming up at that free video service Crackle. You can catch a young Johnny Depp star as Cry-baby Walker in the movie Cry-baby. Also, I know what you did last summer. I mean, I don't know what you did last summer but maybe you like vacationed in Vermont, I don't know. Anyway, the movie called I Know What You Did Last Summer is available on Crackle starting in June. If you want even more horror, check out Vacancy starring Kate Beckinsale and Luke Wilson. Guy Ritchie fans, get ready. **** and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels hit Crackle in June. June is also the one month to catch the Karate Kid trilogy for free. That's right, Karate Kid parts one, two, and that incredibly awful part three, hit Crackle in June and leave on the 1st of July. We own the night is also available for the month of June. Heading offline on July 1st as well. U boat fans, you in luck. June's a great month for you. U-571 arrives in June. Wolfgang Peterson's DasBoot is available now until t he end End of June so watch it while you still can. Now let's turn our attention to iTunes, specifically free downloads. June 1st get the first episode of Becoming Us, June 6th get the pre air premiere of the BBC's Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, June 15th get your fill of time travelling best friends with the first episode of Best Friends Whenever, available for free, and on the 19th download the first episode of Complications. A trio of movies are hitting iTunes on the same day they arrive in theaters. The documentary, The Nightmare arrives on June 5th. While it's a documentary about sleep paralysis, it looks terrifying. June 9th sees the arrival of The Yes Men, and June 26th is the day you can watch The Little Death, either in theatres or in the comfort of your own home. That does it for us. For more information about to watch online, check out cnet.com/netpicks. I'm Iyaz, enjoy your show.