Previously when a new movie comes to the market, you need to wait for a long time to watch it on your desktop or mobile. But as days are passing, things are getting more comfortable and, yes, advanced simultaneously.
In this article, we will understand various services that provide users with online sites. Sites that offer them with movies and tv series on different content and genre.
Sites offering access to free movies
These days providing platforms where users can watch all the new movies just from your home’s comfort is the new trend now. So, try to develop sites or digital platform which provides user access to various genre type movies.
Not only movies, but they also give you exposure to several underrated movies and TV series that you may not often know because they are not very well promoted or get screens when released, but they have some great content that may not be ignored by the users when being watched.
How to get access to these sites and watch movies?
Certain sites offer users free access to these sites and their various services where users are just required to install that free service and they can easily ฟรี หนังใหม่ and content presented at that particular site.
Also, certain paid services are offered by many sites where users need to register themselves and choose a package that can be the monthly or yearly package. Lastly, what are you are waiting for? If you are fond of watching movies and wait for certain ones to come so just register yourselves with the package of these sites, you will be able to watch movies or TV series of your choices and anytime you want it.
As with every summer, this summer is going to see the release of quite a few blockbuster titles that people will be lined up around the block to see at https://fmovies.gallery/; which will provide tons of exclusive films under their subscription package. Some of them will be going for the action packed ‘Mission Impossible 3’ and some will be looking for that drama of ‘World Trade Center’.
I will be passing on both of these movies because I am going to be busy waiting in line to see ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest’ (Opening July 7th) starring Johnny Depp. Upon the release of the first film, I was one of the last people in the world to actually see the movie. I had no intention of watching it actually until I was sat down and made to watch it and once I did, I never wanted to stop and if the premise for the second one is any indication, this film is going to be much the same.
Johnny Depp reprises his role as Capt. Jack Sparrow as he is hunted down by the ghost of dead pirate, Davy Jones, in hopes of dragging him down deep below to his locker. Part of me is worried about what will be coming next as there is a third movie planned for release next summer. As a side note, fan boys and girls alike will be able to take solace in the fact that Orlando Blood and Keira Knightley both reprise their roles for this movie as well.
Another movie that has me quite curious to see how it turns out is the big screen adaptation of the hit 80’s television, ‘Miami Vice’ (Opening July 28th). Like many people who will be seeing this movie, I am too young to remember really seeing the TV show when it was on television but this version starring Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx playing the roles of Crockett and Tubbs respectively, this film is rumored to have some absolutely explosive scenes that will rival some of the best released within the last decade. That alone has me raising my eyebrow in quiet anticipation.
The last movie that I will be camping out to see as soon as it opens will be the third movie of the X-Men series, X-Men: The Last Stand (Opening May 26th). Hearing the title announced as ‘The Last Stand’ does put me in a very dreaded sense of unease that this will be the final movie of the series. As a writer, I should be able to put into words how much this vexes me but even I am finding myself speechless, as there are so many characters that have yet to find their way into the movies that fans have been dying to see. Alas though, with the change of directors from Bryan Singer to Brett Ratner, perhaps this is for the best.