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Is There A FREE Way To Watch The Movie "The Reader"?

Asked by desiree333 (3206points) March 22nd, 2009

I would really like to see this movie and I have been looking all over the internet to find a place to watch it free. I wouldn’t mind paying but I dont currently have a credit card. Is there a place to watch this movie for FREE and preferrably no viruses. And if not is there any websites where I can watch and or download movies for free w/o viruses??

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PupnTaco's avatar

Legal or pirated?

exitnirvana's avatar

Try TVshack. They’ve got everything.

desiree333's avatar

@dave honestly, it dosent matter to me..

desiree333's avatar

@exitnirvana thanks so much! I found it on TVshack and I’m letting it buffer right now, very, very helpful I thought I would never find it for free :)

Mr_M's avatar

Is the site legal?

exitnirvana's avatar

@desiree333 No problem, I’m glad it works for you!

xxxciter's avatar

I was gonna suggest a RedBox (you can get free promo codes), but the machines require a card of some kind

futurelaker88's avatar

get GRABOID!! its the most amazing program on earth. it will be free for the first 4GB of movies you download (which will be about 7 or 8). then you can pay $5/month and get 10,000mb of space, and they have EXCELLENT DVD quality movies! and they download insanely fast (im talking a full movie in a half hour or less) and they save to your computer AS you watch them, or you can queue them up and just let them go. NOT TO MENTION THEY HAVE MOVIES ON THAT ARE IN THE THEATRE!!!! and they are from screener dvds, so they are not CAM quality, but DVD quality. everyone should have it!

futurelaker88's avatar

@me – btw, graboid is completely legal because its a subscription service (with a free trial)

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