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Sunday, July 31, 2016

1,150 Free Movies Online: Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, etc.

1,150 Free Movies Online
Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Documentaries,
Westerns, etc.

Watch 1,150 movies free online. Includes classics, indies, film noir, documentaries and other films, created by some of our greatest actors, actresses and directors.

The collection is divided into the following categories: 
Comedy & Drama; Film Noir, Horror & Hitchcock; Westerns; Martial Arts MoviesSilent Films; Documentaries, and Animation. We also have special collections of Oscar Winning Movies and Films by Andrei Tarkovsky and Charlie Chaplin.

Click on "Free" to go to the Video... 

CharadeFree – Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn star in the best Hitchcock film that Hitchcock never made. (1963)

Cyrano De BergeracFree – Michael Gordon’s tale based on the classic French tale. (1950)

Human: The MovieFree – By director, photographer, and environmental activist Yann Arthus-Bertrand, this unique film features interviews with 2,020 people from 60 countries on what it means to be human. (2015)

J’attendrai le suivantFree – A French film nominated for an Academy Award for the Best Short Film in 2002.    Directed by Philippe Orreindy (France)
A subway in Lyon: "Ladies and Gentlemen, ever so sorry to bother you. Don't worry, I'm not here to beg for money. Let me introduce myself. My name's Antoine. I'm 29. I recently read in a magazine that there are about 5 million single women in France. Where are they? I'm looking for a lady aged between 18 and 55 who's also had trouble meeting someone in a conventional way and who wouldn't mind giving a honest relationship with someone a shot..."
Philippe Orreindy is a screenwriter and a director of short films, television documentaries and corporate films. He wrote and directed the musical "La concierge est dans l'angoisse" with Agnes Pelletier. 
Love on the Metro: Watch J’Attendrai Le Suivant (I’ll Wait for the Next One)

(I find the Final Closeup simply Heartbreaking !!)

The Little Shop of HorrorsFree – Directed by Roger Corman with Jack Nicholson. It’s is a farce about an inadequate florist’s assistant who cultivates a plant that feeds on human flesh and blood. (1960)

No Exit/Huis Close Free – Harold Pinter interprets the lead role of Garcia in Sartre’s famous claustrophobic play of self-definition and identity. (1965)
Our TownFree – Film adaptation of a play of the same name by Thornton Wilder starring William Holden, Martha Scott, Fay Bainter, Beulah Bondi, Thomas Mitchell, Guy Kibbee and Frank Craven. Find Alternate version. (1940)

175 Paramount Films on Paramount’s Official YouTube Channel Free – The Paramount Vault now streams on its official YouTube channel 175 free feature films. Includes 1987’s Ironweed with Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep, Hamlet (1990) with Glenn Close and Mel Gibson. They’re limited to a US audience.

Plan 9 from Outer SpaceFree – An Ed Wood “classic.” Considered one of the worst films ever made and yet the ultimate cult flick. (1959)

Breaking the CodeFree – A biography of the English mathematician Alan Turing, who was one of the inventors of the digital computer and one of the key figures in the breaking of the Enigma code. Stars Derek Jacobi. (1996) 

Franz Kafka’s It’s a Wonderful Life Free – Directed by Peter Capaldi, the Oscar-winning short film shows Kafka, on Christmas Eve, struggling to come up with the opening line for his most famous work, The Metamorphosis. (1993)

Great ExpectationsFree -The classic story of Pip the British orphan. Based on the great Charles Dickens novel available in our collection of Free eBooks. (1946)
HamletFree – David Tennant and Sir Patrick Stewart appear in modern adaptation of Royal Shakespeare Company’s stage production of Hamlet. (2009)
HamletFree – The tragic tale of a prince, plagued by his need for revenge. Stars Mel Gibson and Glenn Close. US audience only. Put online by Paramount Pictures. (1990)

D.O.A.Free – Rudolph Maté’s classic noir film. Called “one of the most accomplished, innovative, and downright twisted entrants to the film noir genre.” You can also watch the movie here. (1950)

Jungle BookFree – A color action-adventure film based on the Rudyard Kipling’ novel, The Jungle Book. Directed by Zoltán Korda, the film was nominated for four Academy Awards. (1942)

The Last Time I Saw ParisFree – Elizabeth Taylor and Van Johnson star in romantic drama based on F. Scott Fitzgerald ‘s story “Babylon Revisited.” YouTube version here. (1953)

Waiting for Godot Free – Performances of Waiting for Godot directed by none other than Samuel Beckett himself. (1985)

TitanicFree – Before James Cameron came along, the Nazis made a big budget, feature propaganda film about The Titanic. The director was apparently murdered during its production and it was never shown in Germany. (1943)

And Then There Were NoneFree – Film adaptation of Agatha Christie’s best-selling mystery novel directed by René Clair. (1945)

The 39 StepsFree – One of Alfred Hitchcock’s first hits. British thriller is based on novel with same name by John Buchan. (1935)

The Lady VanishesFree – British thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Stars Margaret Lockwood and Michael Redgrave. (1938)
Find a complete collection of Film Noir movies here and Alfred Hitchcock movies here.

1959: The Year that Changed Jazz – Free – Documentary looks at the transformative albums released by Miles, Brubeck, Coleman & Mingus in 1959.

A is for ArchitectureFree – This short documentary offers a panorama of architecture, moving from one tradition to another, illustrating how each reflects the sentiments and values of its time. (1960)

 A Brief History of Time – Free – Errol Morris’ documentary on Stephen Hawking. He called it “one of the most beautiful films I ever shot.” (1992)

A World of Art: The Metropolitan Museum of Art – Free – Founded in 1870, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is a three dimensional encyclopedia of art history. Filmed in 2004.

AuschwitzFree – Steven Spielberg creates a short documentary, narrated by Meryl Streep, on the Nazi concentration camp where 1.1 million people, most of them European Jews, were killed during World War II. (2015)

Degenerate ArtFree – Directed by David Grubin, this documentary explores the 1937 art exhibit under the Nazi regime, which featured modern art, or what the Nazis called ‘Entartete Kunst’ or ‘Degenerate Art. (1993)

Alfred Stieglitz: The Eloquent Eye – Free – A revealing look at the “Father of American Photography.” Appeared in the PBS American Masters series. (1999)

Billie Holiday: The Life and Artistry of Lady DayFree – What makes this low-budget documentary worthwhile is the music. The film features some of the best surviving footage of Holiday performing. (2004)

Black CoffeeFree – A three part look at  “the world’s most widely taken legal drug,” a beverage whose intellectually intense die-hard enthusiasts give wine’s a run for their money, from historical, political, social, and economic angles. (2007)

Einstein’s Brain – Free – A strange documentary that follows Japanese scholar Kenji Sugimoto’s quest to find Einstein’s brain. (1994)

Chasing SoundFree – At 90, Les Paul tells his rags-to-riches story in a documentary featuring a soundtrack of hits by B.B. King, Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Paul McCartney and others. (2007)

Curious About Cuba: The Great Museums of Havana – Free – This film shows a side of the island nation that we seldom hear about: her art, history, and culture. (2008)

Fellini, I’m a Born Liar – Free – A look at Fellini’s creative process. In extensive interviews, Fellini talks about his background and then discusses how he works and how he creates. (2002)

SuperSize Me – Free – Morgan Spurlock’s documentary on fast food in America. (2004)

Ten Days That Shook the World – Free – Originally called Oktyabr, Sergei Eisenstein’s film documents the Russian Revolution of 1917. A masterpiece by a pioneering filmmaker. (1928)

Ten Days That Shook the World Free – A TV movie narrated by Orson Welles that narrates the unfolding of the Russian Revolution. Includes scenes from historical feature films, including Sergei Eisenstein’s famous film. (1967)

The Complete Star Wars FilmumentariesFree – Jamie Benning has created a trilogy of documentary-commentaries on the Star Wars trilogy. Features deleted scenes, alternate takes and different angles, bloopers, original on set audio recordings and a huge amount of commentary from cast and crew.

The Making of Koyaanisqatsi – Free – Director Godfrey Reggio gives you the backstory behind his 1982 film, Koyaanisqatsi.
The Men Who Made the Movies: Hitchcock – Free – A look at Alfred Hitchcock’s films. The Master of Suspense himself, who is interviewed extensively here, shares stories about filmmaking. (1973)

The Queen of TreesFree – The remarkable story of an African fig tree and the special relationship it has with the animals who depend on it. A Peabody award-winning natural history documentary. (2005)

Who is Afraid of Ai Weiwei?Free – A short PBS Frontline documentary on the dissident Chinese artist. (2011)

The Story of the Guitar – Free – A three part documentary reveals how the guitar came to “dominate the soundtrack of our lives.” (2008)

Vermeer: Master of LightFree – Explores Vermeer’s compositional methods and techniques. Narrated by Meryl Streep. (2001)

Filmed at the Royal Geographical Society on 15th October 2014.
Making the case for Rembrandt this debate will be Simon Schama. For him Rembrandt is humanity unedited: rough, raw, violent, manic, vain, greedy and manipulative. Formal beauty was the least of his concerns, argues Schama, yet he attains beauty through his understanding of the human condition, including to be sure, his own.
But for novelist Tracy Chevalier it can all get a little exhausting. Rembrandt’s paintings, she believes – even those that are not his celebrated self-portraits – are all about himself. Championing Vermeer, she will claim that his charm lies in the very fact that he absents himself from his paintings. As a result they are less didactic and more magical than Rembrandt’s, giving the viewer room to breathe.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Mothers and Their Babies

Mothers and Their Babies
The Remarkable Bond
Between the Mother and her Baby
9 Months In The Womb
A Remarkable Look At Fetal Development
Through Ultrasound 

Friday, July 29, 2016

Nature Sounds - Study Sleep Meditation

Relaxing Nature Sounds
Study Sleep Meditation
Water Sounds + Bird Song
Relax 8 Hours

Summer Rain

Summer Rain

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Broadway - What The World Needs Now Is Love DNC

40-Plus Broadway Stars Perform
"What the World Needs Now Is Love"
Democratic National Convention

More than 40 performers lined the stage in Philadelphia to sing the song, which was recorded to honor the victims from the Orlando nightclub massacre in June.

Proceeds from the tune benefit the LGBT Center of Central Florida.

Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Audra McDonald, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Debra Messing, Rosie Perez, Darren Criss, Tyne Daly, Sharon Gless, Sia, Jesse Ferguson, Connie Britton and many, many more Broadway stars performed an emotional version of "What the World Needs Now Is Love" at the Democratic Convention

The performance follows a day of speeches centered on the theme of gun control reform, with speakers including Lee Daniels, Angela Bassett and survivors of the Orlando nightclub shooting taking the stage to stand behind Hillary Clinton.

Daniels told the crowd, "We need to take action, and we need to take action now," stating his support of Hillary Clinton. "There's only one candidate willing to take on the gun lobby and keep our families safe."

The Broadway performance had the crowd in Philadelphia on their feet singing along, concluding with a loud "Love trumps hate" chant in the audience.


Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Our Fight Song - D N C

Our Fight Song
Democratic National Convention

Elizabeth Banks produced an awesome new video featuring a ton of celebs singing Rachel Platten‘s “Fight Song” to support Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Some of the celebs featured in the video are:
Former Wicked co-stars Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel, Mandy Moore, Jane Fonda, Jaime King, Connie Britton, the cast of Pitch Perfect,  Some of the celebs featured in the video are former Wicked co-stars Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel, Mandy Moore, Jane Fonda, Jaime King, Connie Britton, the cast of Pitch Perfect,  Eva Longoria, Aisha Tyler, Connie Britton,  Alan Cumming, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ben Platt, and Billy Porter and Rachel herself!


Thursday, July 21, 2016

These Women Tried Breaking the ‘Highest Glass Ceiling’

Before Hillary Clinton
These Women Tried Breaking the
 ‘Highest Glass Ceiling’

The overlooked history of women running for president

Published on Apr 12, 2016

With Hillary Clinton as front-runner for the Democratic nomination, the possibility of a female president is closer than ever. But Clinton is far from the first woman to shoot for the Oval Office. In her new book, “The Highest Glass Ceiling,” author Ellen Fitzpatrick charts the history of female presidential candidates and the odds they battled. Judy Woodruff talks to Fitzpatrick to learn more.

In The Highest Glass Ceiling, best-selling historian Ellen Fitzpatrick tells the story of three remarkable women who set their sights on the American presidency. Victoria Woodhull (1872), Margaret Chase Smith (1964), and Shirley Chisholm (1972) each challenged persistent barriers confronted by women presidential candidates. Their quest illuminates today’s political landscape, showing that Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign belongs to a much longer, arduous, and dramatic journey.

The tale begins during Reconstruction when the radical Woodhull became the first woman to seek the presidency. Although women could not yet vote, Woodhull boldly staked her claim to the White House, believing she might thereby advance women’s equality. 
Republican Senator Margaret Chase Smith came into political office through the “widow’s mandate.” Among the most admired women in public life when she launched her 1964 campaign, she soon confronted prejudice that she was too old (at 66) and too female to be a creditable presidential candidate. She nonetheless became the first woman to have her name placed in nomination for President by a major party. 
Democratic Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm ignored what some openly described as the twin disqualifications of race and gender in her spirited 1972 presidential campaign. She ran all the way to the Democratic convention, inspiring diverse followers and angering opponents, including members of the Nixon administration who sought to derail her candidacy.

As The Highest Glass Ceiling reveals, women’s pursuit of the Oval Office, then and now, has involved myriad forms of influence, opposition, and intrigue.
The Long, Hard Fight
To Finally Get A Woman

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Fake Melania Trump Offers Hilarious Defense

Fake Melania Trump
Offers Hilarious Defense of RNC Speech

Melania Trump
Did Not Plagiarize Her RNC Speech

‘Late Show With Stephen Colbert’

 Stephen Colbert opened his second live show of the week by addressing the big controversy to come out of the Republican National Convention’s first night. As Colbert soberly told his viewers: Melania Trump has been accused of plagiarizing portions of a speech First Lady Michelle Obama gave at the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

Did the 2016 election season just find its Tina Fey?

Actress/singer Laura Benanti nailed the part of Melania Trump on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” on Tuesday night, offering a comically inept defense against accusations of plagiarism. 

In making her point, she then plagiarized everyone from Charles Dickens to Dr. Seuss to a McDonald’s commercial. 

Check it out in the clip above, and see if you don’t start ba-da-ba-ba lovin’ it.

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Famous Melania Trump Quotes

Twitter Goes Nuts Worldwide
After RNC Keynote Speech 
Draws Plagiarism Talk

Word of disturbing similarities between Melania Trump’s keynote speech at tonight’s RNC, and a speech First lady Michelle Obama gave at the 2008 Democratic convention swept TV news tonight.
MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell insisted
“There is no university in America 
that would not rule this as plagiarism.”
Michelle Obama, Democratic National Convention 2008
  1. You work hard for what you want in life;
  2. that your word is your bond and you do what you say you’re going to do
  3. that you treat people with dignity and respect
Melania Trump Republican Convention 2016:
  1. that you work hard for what you want in life; 
  2. that your word is your bond and you do what you say and keep your promise; 
  3. that you treat people with respect
Donald Trump’s campaign called it “fragments that reflected her own thinking” as in: “Melania’s team of writers took notes on her life’s inspirations, and in some instances included fragments that reflected her own thinking,” adding that her “immigrant experience and love  for America shone through in her speech, which made it such a success.”

MSNBC’s Brian Williams forecast it would “likely be a thing” by morning. If, by “thing” Williams meant top trending on Twitter worldwide, in the form of #FamousMelaniaTrumpQuotes, he was correct.

Among the Zingier Entries:

LOL I can't believe I remembered this movie, but it fits so well.
Dr Muchindu ‏@DrMuchindu
Never before have I seen a more perfect meme to describe a situation.

"I stand in front of you today
as a proud, black woman....."
If it doesn't fit, you must acquit 
“I am Spartacus.”

"Work, work, work, work, work, work 
He say me have to Work, work, work, work, work, work!"  

The white media all defending
as if she's incapable of knowingly participating in a lie

you just can't cut and paste your way thru a presidency

Dude loved the speech so much he gifted it to his wife years later.

I would like in this moment to thank
Mr Copy and Mr Paste for their on going efforts...
"I wrote my speech with very little help."
The lie detector determined that was a lie... 

"Barack Obama is still the same man
I fell in love with all those years ago." 

The keyboard used to write her speech
tweet exactly the same as , same date & time, 4 yrs apart.

 Ian Power ‏@IHPower 
I have a dream that one day
this nation will rise up
and live out the true meaning of its creed:
marry rich.
Well we're movin' on up To the east side 
To a deluxe apartment in the sky. ...
We finally got a piece of the pie

"I'd like to thank two of my speech writers
Copy and Paste
for their help in preparing my remarks"

"It takes a village to steal a speech."


"You get a speech, you get a speech
EVERYBODY gets a speech."
"This is one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind."

clearly has seen the
on her unbreakable tour

I have a dream
that one day women will be judged 
not on the color of their handbags
but on its contents

"My fellow Americans,
ask not what your country can do for you
 ask what you can do for your country."


Did Melania Trump include a Rickroll in the middle of her convention speech?
by Dylan Matthews on July 19, 2016