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Baby Einstein’s Baby Mozart Music Festival Could Be Better

Baby Einstein products, especially the Music Festival series (Baby Bach, Beethoven and Mozart) are designed based on the premise of the “Mozart Effect”, which inconclusively states that children who are exposed to classical music have increased cognitive development that will assist them in the school years and beyond. This was marketed as a way for parents to give their children a leg up on the competition. The other premise of Baby Einstein is that it be used to foster interaction between parent and child. In general I think this portion gets neglected but that’s every parent’s prerogative.

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Baby Einstein Skepticism

The first time I saw Baby Einstein was as my she was using it video as a primarily as a babysitter while she took care of things around the house. The brief clips I saw were simple toys, hand animated or manipulated to classical music. Needless to say I was a bit skeptical about the worth of the entire series.

Since I’ve had my own little one, I’ve had more opportunity to explore Baby Einstein videos on 123Movies. There are two distinct series of videos; content oriented, suitable for 9 months amp; up and the Music Festival videos, suitable from birth on up… which includes Baby Mozart. Being exposed to Baby Newton first and then Baby Mozart, I’m definitely not impressed with their presentation of classical music in these music festivals.

Toys, Toys and More Toys

The main gist of Baby Mozart is familiar objects (primarily toys) manipulated to Mozart’s classical music with repetition being key to developing an infant’s cognitive skills. The toys included are different train sets, a seal climbing/sliding toy, a variety of perpetual energy gadgets, stuffed animals (both animated and not) and several more. Additionally there are scenes where items are manipulated buy a mysterious female hand, like puzzles or a ring stacker. And there is one scene that includes a baby at the very end of the video – this is the only actual person (besides the mystery hand) in the video. Interspersed throughout are puppet shows where the puppets (now well know as Baby Einstein characters) perform. My son’s favorite is the “Blah” scene where a dragon puppet comes out and says “blah.” He thinks this is absolutely hilarious. There is also scenes where several puppets interact making only small noises, not with words.

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Baby Mozart Music

The box states “All our DVD’s are set to music specially reorchestrated for little ears.” There are 5-6 different Mozart songs playing over the course of 30 minutes – there may be more songs as I don’t have an exact list. Some songs are from an orchestra and others synthesized, but all are decent on the ears (both baby and mommy’s). The only exception here would be the Alphabet song (didn’t know that was Mozart did you?). In the middle of the video, we get the Alphabet song which seems to be synthesized using animal sounds as the notes. The song doesn’t last long, but it’s still rather annoying.

Shunned at first… then accepted

This was a Christmas gift when my son was 14 months old and he had very little interest in it at the time. Given a choice he would always pick Baby Newton or a cartoon video over Baby Mozart. It just didn’t hold his attention so it was cast away to the video cabinet. I don’t really blame him as it was way too repetitive for what he was used to. Every so often over the past year we would bring it out again, but it just wasn’t an interest. Now at the age of two, my son has re-awoken to this video and seems to enjoy it. I think this is first because of the “Blah” guy and he has an understanding of what the toys are doing. He is at the point where he likes watching videos over and over, so this one has gotten a lot of play. Also, he likes music of all sorts, and this is a nice calming video for him to watch before bedtime.

Mommy’s Opinion

As stated above Baby Einstein is meant to encourage parent/child interaction. This is how we watch videos in our home (with the exception of the ones needed for shower taking of course). I find it very difficult to follow along with the Baby Mozart video, like I can with other shows. To begin with, minus a few, there is no real excitement to the objects in the scenes, making it difficult as a parent to get excited about them. Additionally, the scenes spend so much time on certain toys from every aspect of the toy, like the seal climb ‘n slide toy or the trains. There is only so many times you can discuss the same toy. Then they must revisit the toy five times even after you are bored with it.

A Little About the DVD

Baby Einstein Videos generally retail between $15-$20 each and can be found anywhere videos or baby stuff is sold. The DVD contains additional special features such as different language tracks (French, English and Spanish), discovery cards (flash cards of vocabulary), puppet shows (a replay of the puppet shows in the video) and the toy chest (clips of the toys used in the video).

Overall my son does like it and the music is decent but the way the video is set up doesn’t have much logic to it and thus make it difficult to watch. There are better Baby Einstein videos out, that teaches basic concepts.

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Another Spanish Cinema: Films in Catalunya 1906-2006

The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s current series, “Another Spanish Cinema: Films in Catalunya 1906-2006,” screening at the Walter Reade Theater from January 27 through February 14, sheds light on a little known facet of Spanish cinema: films from the Catalan region of Spain, and its celebrated city of Barcelona. This section of Spain has contributed such great artists as Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, and Antonio Gaudi. However, its considerable contributions to world cinema as been little noted. This film series sets out to correct this situation.

Barcelona was the center of Spanish filmmaking during the silent era. However, this ended after the Spanish Civil War of the late 1930s, when the Franco regime suppressed all traces of Catalan language and culture to prevent it from breaking away from Spain. Some filmmakers, though, continued to make films that sought to resist Franco’s repressive rule through radical, transgressive art. One filmmaking collective that did so was known as the “Barcelona School,” a loose constellation of writers and directors that set themselves in opposition to the more commercial films being made in Madrid. One film that came out of this movement, which screens in this series, is Jacinto Esteva Grewe and Joaquin Jorda’s Dante Is Not Simply Harsh (1967). This film has definite affinities to the various “New Wave” movements occurring in Europe at the time, as well as surrealist elements reminiscent of Bunuel and Dali’s Un chien andalou, and its iconic image of a bisected eye. The surrealist impulse of the film is evident in its exquisite-corpse structure, casting its central couple (Serena Vergano and Enrique Irazaqui) in different environments and backgrounds, using loose associative connections to transition from scene to scene rather than a conventional plot. The film also calls attention to itself as a film, by opening with the film crew shooting the actors. While the film often strains patience by its infatuation with its own subversive cleverness, it remains an interesting time-capsule curio. Burning streets, fashion shows, absurdist dialogue, and jarring montages abound in this film. These images circle around rather gruesome shots of eye surgery, which recall that Bunuel and Dali’s earlier surrealist masterpiece.

After Franco’s death in 1975, Catalan cinema began to emerge from its previous suppression, and many fascinating films resulted. Ventura Pons is perhaps Catalan cinema’s most recognized and celebrated filmmaker, and two of his films screen in the series. Ocana, Intermittent Portrait (1979) is a fascinating and lively documentary portrait of the titular subject, who fled the repressive environment of Madrid to the more liberal Barcelona in order to pursue his passions for painting, acting, and cross-dressing. Ocana is interviewed in his colorful bedroom, in front of a large mirror next to his bed; the camera often pans from Ocana to his mirror image, reflecting the fact that his life revolves around his appearance, both to himself and to others. He talks about the ostracism he has experienced and his connection to other outcasts; his life is itself a form of protest against conformity and repression. “I love provoking people,” he says at one point. He also fiercely resists labels. Despite his penchant for cross-dressing, he insists he is not a transvestite; rather, he considers himself a “pure actor.” We see him parading down the street, flashing his genitals to the crowd during his impromptu street performances. He also sings and acts melodramatically in performance clips interspersed throughout the film. Ocana embodied the struggle to be respected on his own terms and to be free to live his life as he chose.

A more recent work by Pons, Anita Takes a Chance (2001), is a charming comedy about a middle-aged woman (Rosa Maria Sarda, in an energetic and funny performance) set adrift when she is unceremoniously dumped from her job as a ticket taker in an old movie house, which is being torn down to be replaced by a multiplex. Anita is considered to be too old to fit the image of this new venture. She reminisces about her dead husband and is anxious about her loneliness and her seeming lack of prospects for the future. She obsessively returns to the construction site for the multiplex, where she becomes drawn to a young bulldozer driver (Jose Coronado). She begins an affair with him, despite his being married. Through this affair, Anita is able to break out of her constricted and routine experience, finding new excitement in her life, even as she risks pain and disappointment. Humor and pathos are deftly intertwined in this film, and Anita’s movie-influenced fantasies effectively convey her fascinating character.

Another celebrated Catalan filmmaker is Cesc Gay, represented in the series by In the City (2003), which follows a group of characters in Barcelona, who are connected in ways that are ultimately only grasped by the viewer. Their romantic entanglements and the hidden parts of their lives intersect with the setting of Barcelona, which also becomes a character in the story.

These and many other films in the series show the richness and variety of a previously overlooked facet of Spanish cinema, one of the world’s strongest and most vibrant film industries.

Movie Review – Moneyball with Brad Pitt (2011)

Brad Pitt put his heart and soul into this film. He was nominated for a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Billy Beane, the real-life general manager of the Oakland Athletics baseball team. Unfortunately, his close buddy George Clooney won the Golden Globe for his role in The Descendents.

Billy Beane was a former baseball player who gave up a scholarship to Stanford to play for the New York Mets. The scouts were wrong about him and he did not play good ball. He stayed with the game he loved by becoming the General Manager of the Oakland A’s, a team that was strapped with a low budget for recruiting the best players.

The story is based upon the book of the same name written by Michael Lewis and revolves totally around the A’s 2002 season and the unorthodox way that Billy Beane, with the help of Yale economics graduate Peter Brand (played by Jonah Hill), chose the members of the team. Peter Brand’s theory was to look closely at a player’s “on-base percentage” through a statistical method known as sabermetrics rather than his play in the field or any other conventional method of choosing a team member. This revolutionary method is looked at askance, particularly by the team’s manager Art Howe (portrayed by Philip Seymour Hoffman), who does his best to discredit the duo.

After an extremely slow start in the A’s 2002 season, the team turned around their game and succeeded in winning 20 consecutive games which were an American League record. Sadly, their winning streak did not continue and the team seemed to fall apart in the first round of the playoffs, knocking them out of the possibility of winning the World Series that year.

It would not be fair to reveal Billy Beane’s decision on how to play out the rest of his career, whether to stay with the A’s or to move on to a more lucrative position. You will have to watch this blockbuster movie to learn the ending.

We are introduced to the personal life of Billy Beane, mostly through his relationship with his 12-year-old daughter Casey since Billy is divorced from Casey’s mother who has remarried. Casey, played by young Kerris Dorsey, shows a remarkable facility with the guitar, accompanied by her singing of the tender number called “The Show.” She has a talent that we will no doubt see more of in the future.

You may not be a baseball fan, but the presence of Brad Pitt is enough to make up for that. Brad Pitt has yet to win an Academy Award although he has one Golden Globe Award under his belt (for Twelve Monkeys).

The Ideas Behind the Man: Ian Fleming

Ian Fleming was the important and famous creator of the James Bond series but most of his early life focused on his work developing the American Central Intelligence Agency. In 1941 Fleming worked with William Stephenson who was the director of British intelligence operations in the United States. The idea of setting up an American secret intelligence agency was an idea that Fleming had contemplated and he was more than wiling to help General Donovan in discussing his own idea. The COI eventually developed into the OSS and later involved into the intelligence agency known today as the CIA.

Fleming’s role in the American intelligence agency played a huge role in inspiring him to create the M16 British intelligence agency and secret agents such as James Bond. In 1953 Fleming wrote his first novel, Casino Royal. It is his first novel where Fleming develops the character of secret agent James Bond as he is introduced to the reader.

Fleming was inspired to create From Russia With Love (which you can watch online on https://www.123movies.organic/) through the time period in which he lived. The Russian intelligence agency used in his novel known as SMERSH was an actual anti-Soviet spy elimination and assassination program used by Russia during World War Two and the Cold War. SMERSH stands for the acronym “Smiert Spionam” that in English means “death to spies.” This group contained parts of the Gestapo and mob parts of Europe.

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In the later Bonds films by Fleming, an intelligence agency known as SPECTRE is introduced which stands for the “Special Executive for Counter Intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, and Extortion.” The organization was an international crime group which also linked to the crime group SMERSH that contained parts of Gestapo and mob groups from Europe.

The same intelligence agency SPECTRE was used in the movie production instead of SMERSH. Fleming also got the idea of calling James Bond “007” from Fleming’s time with the British navy. The navy used a Double 0 prefix in all of its top-secret coded signals that it sent out. Fleming created the slogan “licensed to kill” for James Bond’s job title as a device to interest the audience and gauge the character of Bond.

When Fleming’s second Bond novel was released, it received high praise from President John F. Kennedy as it appeared on his top ten favorite books, prompting it to appear on the list of famous British books and a must read. Kennedy convinced Fleming to sell the production rights to the novel so that he could make a great movie.

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Another sign that Fleming’s Bond film was a reflection of the times in which he lived was the post World War Two with the characters in his novel and portrayed in the film. Fleming was captivated by the Cold War Period which was marked by secret intelligence and spy networks on both sides of the Cold War. “From Russia with Love” depicts the spy intelligence and assassins of an independent intelligence agency. However, the scenes in the movie and in his novel depicting the training base came from live first hand knowledge of the subject with his work as a journalist. As Fleming once said, “I can trace most of the central incidents to real happenings.”

Christopher McCandless Going to Alaska and Warms Hearts Along the Way

After I read the book Into the Wild, I desired to learn more about the young man who traveled to Alaska. I never expected to like the movie less than the book. I did learn much more about Christopher McCandless and am glad for having watched the film of his journey. My problem with this film began almost from the beginning of it when they were making Chris seem clinically insane. I take issue with that. Anyone who watches and listens to the people who knew him can see this young man was intelligent, crafty, intuitive, calm, and very sane!
Also many of the people who knew Christopher McCandless personally were touched by him and were very lucky to have known him. He was so caring about everyone and always did the right thing. Maybe that is why some characterize him as crazy, just because he was not a party-let’s-get-it-on kind of guy. Most of us have some type of issue with our parents and can understand wanting to leave and never look back, especially in your 20’s when the world looks bright and new. Where Alaska seems the perfect destination for some alone time. Chris never expected anything bad could happen to him. He trusted life, strangers, and the universe.

This film of Into the Wild goes back and forth from Christopher McCandless’s past to the present where he is living by himself in Alaska. A little confusing for me to keep up with the timeline and when what happened to him. There is unnecessary nudity in the film and a very slow-motion shower scene which felt odd to me. Christopher McCandless trained his body for a life in Alaska, he learned about killing and cleaning animals so he could fend for himself, and so many new friends along the way gave him tools and clothing. He was prepared for living in Alaska by himself. He was a very smart guy, intent on fulfilling a dream. He made it to Alaska after working at odd jobs along the way and hitch hiking. Again the film seemed to take the viewpoint that Christopher McCandless had lost his mind with cursing, screaming, and talking to himself. I believe he was in heaven and proud of himself for making it, proud that he could fend for himself even in Alaska….alone! Along the way not only did people help him with knowledge and tools but Chris helped those people as well. All were sad to see him go and tried to stop him from going. Asking him to stay with them. If this young man had been insane, I do not feel that would have happened like that. He was so polite to everyone, no matter what.

Would I recommend this film? Sure. But you will come to care for Christopher McCandless and be upset at how he is portrayed at times. This was based on a true story and should have been told in truth. I doubt one person in real life ever saw Chris do anything close to insane. He was a responsible, intelligent person who was thinking clearly and wanted to go to Alaska. He planned as carefully for it as anyone else would plan for a vacation. Not only will you come to care about Christopher McCandless but also all of the people he meets along the way. Was it a tearjerker? For me, no. The book was more of a tearjerker for me. It did make me smile at some of Chris’s quotes on his philosophy of life and living life.

There were many instances of slow parts to the movie Into the Wild and I felt my mind wandering. The actors did a great job but many times there would be nothing going on but shots of the scenery.

10 Best Movies to Watch in Summer

Summer is the season of action, when Hollywood unleashes its biggest-budgeted films on audiences looking for a thrill. The right movie can offer a perfect diversion from the heat, and there have been hundreds of movies that add to the dynamic, uplifting spirit of summer.
Here are my top 10.

“Raiders of the Lost Arc” (1981)

The world is introduced to Indiana Jones, America’s answer to 007. Harrison Ford embodied the archetypal hero, complete with a quest, charm and human flaws. An epic adventure, “Raiders” offers what many contemporary flicks don’t – a strong plot without leaning on the crutch of overused special effects.

“Bull Durham” (1988)

Summer and baseball go hand-in-glove, and writer/director Ron Shelton’s classic is the best baseball movie ever. There’s enough subplot to entertain those who don’t care much for the game. But the incredible depth of the film is owed to its focus on struggling minor league ballplayers rather than on those that make it to “the show.”

“Splash” (1984)

Without “Splash” most people might never have known who Tom Hanks was. The little romantic comedy has a huge heart thanks to Hanks, and Eugene Levy and the late John Candy do the comedic heavy lifting. If summer is for falling in love, this movie makes the list by sparking America’s love affair with Hanks (years before he was sleepless in Seattle or had mail).

“Top Secret” (1984)

Plain old credit-to-credit slapstick. The “Airplane” brain trust stayed true to their comedic style in this World War II spoof. Val Kilmer is so good, you have to wonder why he stayed away from the genre after “Real Genius” came out in 1985 ( “McGruber” and “Top Gun” don’t count). “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” would be a possibility here, but you kind of have to be a fan.

“Back to the Future” (1985)

It’s classic summer fun, and could almost be considered a crossover between comedy and sci-fi, with a touch of cliffhanger thrown in at the end. That’s plenty of entertainment, but everything works – the music is perfect for both time periods, production value holds up today and the main performances are arguably each respective actor’s best film work.

“Forrest Gump” (1994)

The Tom Hanks/ Robert Zemeckis epic was as big a summer hit as it was ambitious. Even the soundtrack was a big seller. The plot included nearly every significant American story over three decades and managed to do it without feeling bloated. This blockbuster had comedy, drama, adventure, and a bona fide movie star making us believe that an idiot can make more sense than most.

“Rocky” (1976)

If Sylvester Stallone’s boxing masterpiece doesn’t pick you up, nothing will. The bleak Philadelphia setting might leave you cold, but the against-all-odds story is undeniably bright. It’s a special film that is able to deliver a happy ending without compromising for a predictable one.

“Scream” (1996)

Kevin Williamson’s high-concept script is so unique one wonder’s how the movie would have turned out without horror master Wes Craven’s expert direction. Luckily, we don’t have to. A slasher flick that spoofs slasher flicks without lampooning them, it’s just a rippin’ good time.

“Die Hard” (1988)

Sometimes you need a summer movie where everything blows up. Where the action-packed plot would be ridiculous if you had time to dissect it between explosions. Bruce Willis has enough one-liners to make Arnold Schwarzenegger shoot something and Alan Rickman plays one of the best film villains of the 1980s. Yippie ki-yay —

“Blazing Saddles” (1974)

Okay, this is admittedly a guilty pleasure, but that’s part of what summer’s about. Not even Mel Brooks could make this movie today, but the absurd sense of humor is a brilliant way to show the absurdity of racism. You’ll laugh your butt off one second and hate yourself for it the next.

Which is the best site to watch latest movies?

One of the most popular pastimes is to watch movies on online sites, where this is found to be the hobby of many number of people. In which, every person has particular interest about the category of movies and there are many genres to suit the particular person taste. There is hardly only limited person who does not like to watch movies, after the development of the internet technology now everything is available on the internet. There are also number of movie sites are available on the internet where you can watch your favorite movies on online as per your need. Where these movie sites will be providing the high definition quality of the movie videos streaming on their site and you can enjoy by watching your favorite movies at HD quality without losing the original quality of the video. These online movie sites not only contain the latest and released movies but you can also watch the TV serials streaming on their sites at high picture quality. The following are some of the best movie sites in 2019 they are found to be offering the high quality of the movie videos at free of cost.

  • Putlocker
  • Yes movies
  • Vumoo
  • Movie watcher
  • F movies
  • com
  • Go stream
  • C movies HD

First there were theatres where people could go with their family members, friends, boyfriends and girlfriends to watch the movies but today in this digital world everything has been digitalized. So, people watch their favorite movies in their Smartphone, PC or laptop just by being at their comfort zone with the help of the internet technology. The above online movie sites contains the movie databases that let the user to watch movies on online in which the users can also watch the movies in offline mode.

Advantages of watching the movies in online movie sites

The main advantage of watching the movies on these sites is that the user can choose their favorite movies at will the time to view the movies or shows unlike in the television and theatres. And you will also be getting a much greater choice of contents than a movie available in your home or the local parlor can offer. Most of these online movies sites are found to be offering these watching movie service at free of cost only few movies sites are charging affordable price from the users on the yearly basis.

With the help of this online movie sites, you can save your money spend on buying the tickets in theatres and other expenditures spend inside the theatre and you can utilize your money for other things. In which these online movie sites offer huge number of benefits to the user where they not only provide the movie service but also they provide other kinds of the services such as like telecasting live tv shows and serials and you can also watch the missed tv serials and shows in their movie sites.

Top 7 best sites to watch movies and TV shows in 2019

Movies are the most entertaining thing where you can enjoy a lot. Nowadays, TV shows also plays a major role equal to movies. For movies or shows you need not to go anywhere, you can watch it anywhere at any time with the help of these websites. Let’s have a look on some of those websites.

Here are the top 7 websites for streaming movies or shows;

  • Putlocker
  • Hotstar
  • Vudu
  • Hulu
  • Daily motion
  • Popcornflix
  • Vimeo

Putlocker

This is one of the popular website and it was started in 2011. The key language of this website is English and they provide subtitles for needed language. You need not register and you need not spend any money for watching movie or TV shows. The only thing you need is fast internet connection. This ranks on top among all other website.

Hotstar

This has variety of movies, TV shows only in selected languages. Hotstar make regular updating to have a better and good experience for the viewers. In this website if you need prior shows then you have to pay monthly rent with minimal charge. Those who have paid account will be updated with hotstar VIP files.

Vudu: This is one of the American companies and it works under peer to peer technology. In this technology you can connect internet to TV. This is not designed under free as its technology is little advanced you need to pay some charges on monthly or yearly basis.

Hulu

This is US based website that displays movies and also it has Lulu live TV. In this live TV you can enjoy the TV shows lively at your place with the help of mobile. It wins many awards and also provides international availability.

Popcornflix

Popcornflix has many movies and shows based on the viewer’s choice and this is free version. While playing the video there will be advertisement in between but it is not too long. You won’t get irritated with that. In this movies and shows are listed without any sorting you need to pick whatever you need.

Daily motion

It is a French based websites that shares movies, TV shows, and many other entertainment shows in various journals. This website shares the media files in more than 25 languages, apart from this they also offers local home pages. It has huge viewers with more than 3 million per month.

Vimeo

This is also a website that gives video with free of cost. There won’t be any advertisement in between the videos and the quality of video is high. As it reaches many people and gives though competition for many video streaming websites.

These are some of the popular websites that provides you videos with paid or free of cost. Among these putlocker is one the best website with good and updated videos where you can have more entertainment. For more details you can visit the official webpage and if needed download it and experience it with full of joy.

About top 5 websites like Putlocker/123Movies/FMovies

Few years back, people used to sit in front of the television excitedly waiting for the clock to strike the time for watching their favorite TV shows, movies or serials through changing the TV channels searching for the something good to watch. But now days after the development of the digital internet now people can watch their favorite TV show and latest movies on online movie sites such as like hot star, Netflix, Amazon prime and YouTube.

How to choose the best site

There are number of online streaming websites available on the internet such as like Fmovies and Putlocker that enables the public to stream the tv shows, online video content and latest movies from all over the world at free of cost with no scam or hassles of registration or subscription. These online movie websites have changed the way that how people watch the content just by bringing to the people a stream-able content in a plethora of languages and genres. However, sue of the Fmovies and Putlocker are also continuously being blocked by the legal officials and it is of frustrating one for the connoisseurs of TV shows and movies to find an affordable and accessible way to watch the content on online.

List of best online movie sites

The following are some of the top 5 websites like Putlocker, 123Movies, Fmovies online movie sites that are found to be the best one apart from the Putlocker and other kind of the best online movies sites available on the internet. They are as follows.

  • Solar movie- It is extremely a popular kind of movies site alternative where you a get the great experience. Apart from the enormous collection of free TV shows and movies the solar movie site also has a well thought of the site design. The site displays the most popular and latest trending movies on their site at various genres like horror, action, romantic, drama etc.
  • Los movies site – This online movie website has massive collections of TV shows and movies that occupy over 2000 pages worth of content. It also allows the user to search by name, popularity, genre, language or specifically by giving the films name that have the subtitles.
  • Prime wire – The prime wire is a treasure trove of diverse TV shows and movies and it is popular for having the blockbuster movies within their website. This website you can watch the latest movies available in the cinema theatre right now
  • Mega share- The megashare hosts TV shows and films from the several countries of the different languages. It has a good user experience and polished design, with easy to navigate the clear categorizations and navigate the pages that listed in the alphabetical order.
  • Niter-The niter online movie site offers a large collection of new and old movies with no additional charges and logging is required. The user experience is average with many of ads crowding and pop-ups the site.

The above are some of the online movies sites that provide the high quality of the movies and TV shows at best quality of the video and audio.