Watch Complete Documentary Films For Free (Featuring Super-Size Me)

Joerg, one of our readers, wrote us rather joyfully and declared: “Today I found the site of my dreams: Supposedly most of the greatest new documentaries can be watched online” and they’re “financed by ads.” The site is called SnagFilms, and indeed, it finds “the world‘s most compelling documentaries, whether from established heavyweights or first-time filmmakers, and mak[es] them available to the wide audience these titles deserve.” In exchange for making the films free, you do have to sit through some ads, but it is perhaps a small price to pay. Below we have posted Super Size Me, the 2004 documentary by Morgan Spurlock, which offers some startling commentary on the fast food industry. Other notable titles include the 2004 rock documentary Dig!, Under Our Skin, and Run Granny Run. You can see their full collection here.

NOTE: You can find this film in our collection of free online movies.

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  • nzsugar says:

    It’s crazy how the internet is just turning into a slightly more interesting and interactive form of television. I just read an interesting blog at just about that. the guy was talking about how while the internet has a lot of potential to expand our horizons, it’s actually making us dumber. you should check it out. And it’s true; with a tool like the internet, we should be an enlightened society, but we really do seem to have gotten dumber. Hell, reality TV is popular, what does that say about us!

  • Scott says:

    I run another onilne documentary site – Online Documentaries 4 U – you will find the newest and best science, atheist, history and cultural documentaries here!

    A lot of documentary sites are not very discerning in the material they post, but this is not the case with my site.

    My site is only a few months old, but already there are more than 100 quality full-length documentary to watch…check it out!


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