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Read More: Why You Should Care About Paramount's Distribution Experiment (Podcast) The latest major player in the world of online streaming is Paramount, who has just announced that the Paramount Vault will offer over 100 titles from their collection that are free to stream via their YouTube channel. Though many of the titles read a bit like bargain-bin picks, the channel also includes critically lauded films like "The Devil and Miss Jones," "Margot at the Wedding," and "Love Streams." Here are all of the films on the Paramount Vault channel available to stream in their entirety, including Indiewire's picks on what not to miss. Comedy"Funny About Love" (1990) "A New Life" (1988) "A New Kind of Love" (1963) "Serving Sara" (2002) "The Busy Body" (1967) "Festival in Cannes" (2001) Indiewire Pick: "Margot At the Wedding" (2007)In "Margot at the Wedding," Noah »
Do you like to stream movies for free online? You can find plenty of them on YouTube, though not all are legitimate. Fortunately for those of us wishing to respect copyrights, Paramount has a channel featuring tons of its titles in full at no cost. The Paramount Vault, as this new channel is called, has been tested for a few months now, but it's finally going wide. A recently posted "sizzle reel" draws attention to its content, which includes a plethora of clips of favorite movie moments. The catalog seems pretty random, representing dramas, comedies, Westerns, horror, action, sci-fi, documentary, "classics," etc., a lot of them lesser-quality works like Masters of the Universe, Serving Sara and the first three American...
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