Youtube Launches New Movies Section With 400 Full Length Films

Youtube has launched a new Movies section on it’s website carrying about 400 full length films, free of charge. It comes courtesy of deals the Google company struck with U.S. studios like Lionsgate, MGM and Sony Pictures and UK service Blinkbox.

When you get in there, you will find a collection of about 80 – 90 minutes length, a bunch of action movies, some cartoons for kids, also horror movies for strong hearted people!

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