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8 Websites Where You Can Legally Watch Free Movies in the Philippines

Here are websites where you can have a movie marathon without a fee!

Many of you would probably agree that nowadays, streaming content online has become our number one source for entertainment. Whether it’s through your phone, tablet, or smart TV at home, you can easily relax and have a movie marathon in just a few taps, thanks to online streaming platforms. There’s Netflix, HBO Go, and even the recently-launched discovery+, that allow you to access their vast library of films and shows for the right price.

But what if you don’t want to pay a subscription fee? Don’t worry, you don’t have to resort to those shady websites just yet. There are also online platforms where you can legally stream movies for free! On this list, we’ve rounded up eight of these websites to make your movie streaming easy, and without a fee!


YouTube is the leading platform for all kinds of video content– music videos, vlogs, and other entertaining clips. Of course, it is also an accessible website for producers to make their movies available for free if they want to! TBA Studios, Black Sheep, Star Cinema, and Viva Films are just some of the local production houses that have uploaded some of their films on YouTube for free viewing.

Photo: YouTube website


ABS-CBN’s content platform iWantTFC is packed with shows and films that you can stream for free, with the option to remove ads by paying a monthly subscription fee. Some of the movies you can watch here are Hello, Love, Goodbye, The Hows of Us, and Alone Together, just to name a few.

Photo: iWantTFC website

WeTV iFlix

Alongside their decent lineup of Chinese, Korean, and other Asian shows, WeTV iFlix also offers a handful of free Filipino movies. Some of the titles you can now watch on the platform without the subscription include My Rebound Girl starring Alex Gonzaga and Joseph Marco; Woke Up Like This which stars Vhong Navarro and Lovi Poe; and Mikhail Red’s Neomanila.

Photo: WeTV iFlix website


This Chinese streamer is becoming more popular when it comes to Asian content, with two Filipino original series even slated to arrive on the platform. If you’re interested in seeing movies from China, Korean, and Japan, you might enjoy what iQiyi has to offer. Avail their VIP subscription and you get access to more titles, with no ads to interrupt your watching!

Photo: iQiyi website


Tubi, a division of Fox Entertainment, boasts of having more than 35,000 movies and shows on their library that you can all watch for free! While the titles they offer aren’t the most popular ones, viewers will surely find some hidden gems on the website so just keep streaming!

Photo: Tubi website


Plex is actually an app that promises to provide users a more personalized and intuitive experience when it comes to their own media library. But the Plex website also offers you thousands of titles, mostly B movies and old films, that are all available for free streaming with no registration required.

Photo: Plex website

Top Documentary Films

As site’s name suggests, Top Documentary Films is the online destination if you want to stream documentaries from different parts of the world for free. Founded in 2007, this website is now a curated collection of over 3,000 documentaries that can be found on streaming platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, and Dailymotion.

Photo: Top Documentary Films website

Internet Archive

With the mission to provide “universal access to all knowledge,” the Internet Archive is a vast, free digital library of websites, public documents, and other forms of media preserved in digital form. They have billions of content, including some old, black and white movies that are worth checking out if you want to explore the humble beginnings of cinema.

Photo: Internet Archive website

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