Good Movies to Watch on YouTube

Thursday, April 1, 2010 at 12:47 am

There are plenty of good movies to watch on YouTube, and the available films change all the time. In order to keep you up to date on what’s being offered, I decided to put together this list of current movies available from the same folks who brought you Tron Guy and some overweight kid pretending to be a Jedi. And the dramatic prairie dog…I will never forget the dramatic prairie dog.

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Super Size Me (2004) – Indie filmmaker Morgan Spurlock decides to eat nothing but McDonald’s food for a month. The results are predictably unsettling.

Wheels on Meals (1984) – Jackie Chan and Yuen Biao play brothers who operate a fast food van in Barcelona, Spain. Director Sammo Hung also stars as an incompetent private eye on the trail of a beautiful thief. When the three combine forces to rescue an heiress, plenty of kung fu and laughs ensue.

The Karate Kid Part III (1989) – The Cobra Kai dojo may be in shambles after being defeated by Daniel (Ralph Macchio) and Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita), but the villainous John Kreese (Martin Kove) and Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) have plans for revenge. While it received five nominations at the Golden Raspberry Awards, hardcore fans will still find it worth a look.

HOME (2009) – A powerful documentary about how mankind is slowly destroying the planet. The aerial shots of Earth’s many natural wonders are visually breathtaking and thought-provoking.

Narco Wars – Mexico (2008) – While we don’t need a documentary to tell us that Mexico is a mess, this film still provides a powerful reminder of what desperation, poverty and corruption can do to a people.

The Hunt for Gollum (2010) – Since its free online debut in October of 2009, several million fans of Lord of the Rings have viewed this tale of Aragorn’s (Adrian Webster) search for Gollum. It may not have the budget of Peter Jackson’s films, but it still manages to provide an entertaining look at the appendices of Tolkien’s epic tale.

Mo’ Money (1992) – Damon Wayans stars in this romantic dramedy about a con man trying to impress a girl by launching an elaborate credit card scam. Brother Marlon Wayans gets in on the fun, and Stacy Dash (Dionne in Clueless) plays the love interest.

Seven Years in Tibet (1997) – Based on the autobiographical book by former Nazi officer Heinrich Harrer, Seven Years in Tibet tells of the story of how Harrer (Brad Pitt) and Peter Aufschnaiter (David Thewlis) launch a mountain-climbing expedition, wind up in Tibet, find love and adventure, and eventually win the friendship of the Dalai Lama prior to the Chinese invasion of Tibet. One of my favorite good movies to watch on YouTube.

The Deep (1977) - On vacation in Bermuda, a couple (Nick Nolte and Jacqueline Bisset) uncover a number of artifacts while scuba-diving. This draws the attention of a treasure hunter (Robert Shaw), a drug lord (Louis Gossett Jr.), and a giant moray eel nicknamed “Percy.”

The Best of the Three Stooges (2010) – This classic selection of comedy shorts features Mo Howard, Shemp Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard. What more do you need to know?

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January 5, 2011

tyquasia

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January 29, 2011

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