The streaming Movie World is dominated by Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu, but there are some lesser known sites that offer great content for free.
Here's some to check out.
Pluto TV offers free streaming live TV and on demand movies.
The selection is pretty extensive and the best part is there is no account or sign unnecessary.
Choose your title and instantly start watching.
No account necessary either for Crackle Sony's free streaming service.
There will be a few ads but every movie and TV show on the site is free to watch.
IMDB owned now by Amazon is now also offering free streaming content.
Once you create a free account the service will keep track of what you watch and make recommendation.
Finally, don't forget about your good old public library.
Two services Hoopla Digital and Kanopy connect you with your library's digital collection of films.
On Hoopla, once you create an account and if your library is one of the 1,500 participating libraries, you can borrow a movie for up to three days free of charge.
Kanopy has slightly more independent and obscure titles to loan and has also partnered with universities to offer free films for students.
In San Francisco, I'm Kara Tsuboi with CNET for CBS News
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