In my opinion, handling all of my streaming platforms is becoming a bit of a drain on my resources. When we’re supposed to be cutting the cord to save money each month, it seems like I’m spending more than ever to watch the movies and series I enjoy. In the midst of expensive services like Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, there is a site where hundreds of fantastic movies may be streamed for no charge. Vudu is the place to go, and they have a plethora of options.
However, with so many free films being uploaded to Vudu each month, it can be difficult to choose just one. For your convenience, I’ve compiled a list of the top 25 free Vudu movies available right now. You’ll only have to spend a few extra minutes of your day watching these movies because of the ads.
Please, let’s not waste any more time and dig into Vudu’s massive movie catalog.
1. City Slickers (1991)
Jack Palance only won one Academy Award in his whole career, and it was for his role as Curly in the 1991 comedy western City Slickers. Characters played by Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern, and Bruno Kirby set out for the American West to find adventure and escape the monotony of city life in this humorous comedy.
2. Dead Poets Society (1989)
As John Keating, an important teacher at Welton Academy boarding school, Robin Williams established that he had dramatic acting chops in Dead Poets Society (1989), over two decades after he had become one of the funniest people in American pop culture.
3. Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988)
What if The Hustle left you wanting more? Then why not check out the 1988 crime-driven comedy Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, which was the inspiration for The Hustle. The film, which stars Michael Caine and Steve Martin as rival conmen, examines the lengths people will go to in order to pull off a con.
4. Falling Down (1993)
In the 1993 film Falling Down, a mild-mannered man gets fed up with a morning rush hour traffic gridlock and takes matters into his own hands. When life is hammering him down, Michael Douglas’ character takes matters into his own hands, even if the city of Los Angeles has to foot the bill.
5. Thelma & Louise (1991)
Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon’s smoldering chemistry in Ridley Scott’s crime epic Thelma & Louise may be the film’s greatest enduring legacy, but the film also helped break down many boundaries for women in action thrillers by demonstrating that they could be more than just a helpless damsel.
6. Train To Busan (2016)
It’s a great moment to re-watch Train To Busan, the first South Korean zombie film, as everyone awaits the release of Peninsula. In the thick of a zombie epidemic, a businessman and his daughter find themselves stranded on a train and must battle the hordes of zombies and other passengers to survive.
7. Black Hawk Down (2001)
Star-studded military action drama Black Hawk Down is based on the doomed 1993 American Rangers and Delta Force mission to Somalia, and it provides some of the most realistic and disturbing visuals from the battlefield, no matter how the battlefield is in a city torn apart by civil unrest and distrust of the American military.
8. St. Vincent (2014)
St. Vincent, a 2014 dark comedy starring Bill Murray, tells the story of a down-on-his-luck drinker who cares for and educates his 12-year-old neighbor in an unconventional way. Melissa McCarthy, who provides one of her greatest performances to date, also stars in the picture.
9. Rain Man (1988)
Even though Rain Man may have won Dustin Hoffman the Academy Award for his portrayal of an autistic man who excels in math, the movie also established that Tom Cruise was more than simply an action hero who could do things other than racing cars, flying jets and making cocktails.
10. Bull Durham (1988)
Bull Durham, a 1988 romantic comedy about a pitcher and catcher competing for the affections of the same lady, takes place in the Major League Baseball farm system, where most baseball movies take place. This baseball classic features Kevin Costner, Tim Robbins, and Susan Sarandon.
11. Get Shorty (1995)
Get Shorty, Elmore Leonard’s classic crime comedy, was made into a feature film starring John Travolta before it was made into a television series. Gene Hackman, Rene Russo, and Danny DeVito all star in this timeless classic.
12. Philomena (2013)
There are no limits to how far a lady will travel to find her kid who was taken from her when she was a child. If you’re a fan of British or American stars like Judi Dench or Steve Coogan, you won’t want to miss this movie.
13. Raging Bull (1980)
He won an Academy Award for his role as Jake LaMotta in Marin Scorsese’s 1980 sports thriller Raging Bull. This close look at a complicated sports character is a must-see, including a lot of outstanding boxing contests and much more punches thrown outside the ring.
14. Mr. Nice Guy (1997)
Mr. Nice Guy, a 1997 martial arts film starring Jackie Chan, tells the story of a TV chef who becomes the target of narcotics gangs in Hong Kong. The evil guys have no idea that Jackie Chan is capable of taking care of himself in a fight.
15. March Of The Penguins (2005)
When March Of The Penguins was released in 2005, it became an international sensation. An epic tale about an emperor penguin’s struggle to locate the perfect partner in the harsh Antarctic setting is brought to life by Morgan Freeman’s narration.
16. Singles (1992)
Bridget Fonda, Kyra Sedgwick, Matt Dillon, and Bill Pullman are among the stars of Singles, which is set in Seattle in the early 1990s and follows a group of twentysomethings who are searching for love and meaning.
17. Encino Man (1992)
Brendan Fraser stars as a frozen caveman thawed in the 1990s in Encino Man, a 1992 comedy gem. Both Sean Astin and Pauly Shore play high school best buddies tasked with helping a prehistoric man adapt to modern life.
18. Grizzly Man (2005)
Over the span of 13 summers, Timothy Treadwell lived in the Alaskan wilderness with grizzly bears. Werner Herzog, a great filmmaker, acquired access to Treadwell’s voluminous video diaries after the bear campaigner and his fiancée Amie Huguenard were cruelly slaughtered by the grizzlies they had spent years studying.
19. Pi (1998)
Requiem for a Dream was Darren Aronofsky’s breakout film, but the young filmmaker had already established himself as an artist worth keeping an eye on with the 1998 black-and-white psychological thriller Pi. Sean Gullette stars as a lone mathematician who discovers a mysterious number that others are eager to exploit for financial benefit.
20. Blue Velvet (1986)
Blue Velvet, a 1986 criminal thriller by David Lynch, features murder, mystery, and Pabst Blue Ribbon on the screen. When Kyle MacLachlan’s character, a college student, discovers a severed ear, he tries to figure out how and why it happened. Twin Peaks-style beauty and calm are converted into anguish and turmoil by the brilliant director, who creates a psychotic suburbia unlike any other.
21. Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind (2002)
Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind, based on Chuck Barris’ memoir, explores the host of The Dating Game and The Gong Show’s claims that he was a CIA operative for the duration of his professional life. This 2002 biopic stars Sam Rockwell as Barris after he is approached by an operator played by George Clooney, who also makes his directorial debut here.
22. Waiting For Guffman (1996)
This Is Spinal Tap, Best In Show, and Waiting For Guffman, a 1996 film about a small town in Missouri celebrating its 150th anniversary, are just a few of Christopher Guest’s best mockumentary films. This film, like all of Guest’s previous work, features an all-star ensemble and plenty of chuckles.
23. Burnt (2015)
As a two-star Michelin chef, Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) is forced to start from scratch in the 2015 drama Burnt when he self-sabotages his profession. It is a film about chaos and beauty in the kitchen, with a cast of insanely talented cooks and chefs.
24. The Intouchables (2012)
The original French film, The Intouchables, focuses on the bond between a wealthy quadriplegic and his ex-con caretaker, and now is the perfect time for you to see it.
25. The English Patient (1996)
The English Patient, a love story set during World War II involving a mysterious soldier and a nurse who cares for him in an ancient monastery in Italy, captivated audiences in 1996. In 1997, this sweeping epic won nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture for Ridley Scott’s directorial debut.
These are just a few of the best movies available for free on Vudu’s streaming service. In any case, there are plenty of other options available on the streaming service. Check back on CinemaBlend if you’re looking for more movies or television shows to watch at home.
After graduating from Louisiana State University-Shreveport, Philip moved to St. Louis from his native Louisiana (not New Orleans). To keep his three children from running away from him, Philip tells his dogs to stop barking at the mailman or yells at his wife about professional wrestling when he isn’t writing about movies or television. It is possible that he will talk about For Love of the Game as the greatest baseball movie ever made.