Top 5 Apps To Watch Movies

Nowadays, people prefer to watch a movie online rather than going to the cinema. Because with online streaming you can watch your favorite movie at any place or at any time. To watch the movie online you just need to have an active internet connection. With this new trend now you can find hundreds of online movie streaming apps. The top 5 apps to watch movies are mentioned below:

1. Showbox:

For watching movies on your android device the leading video streaming application is Showbox Apk. You can enjoy the trending content on this app without paying even a single penny. Enjoy your favorite movie or TV show in high-quality. Along with this it also offers you the subtitles of the programs you are watching.

Enjoy the TV shows, movies, and unlimited music on this stunning user-friendly application. You can also download your favorite program as well to watch it later. You can find a movie or program by searching it through its genre, type, releasing year, or rating. It is simple to install and use. Just download it and you are ready to use it. Just ensure to use a VPN while using this app.

2. Netflix:

The most trending paid high-quality movie streaming app is Netflix. You can watch movies and TV shows from around the world on this application. You can use this app on your smartphones, laptop, and Smart TV as well. It supports the video quality of 4k. With every single day, the library of Netflix is growing.

Before getting its paid subscription it allows you to enjoy a 30-day free trial. Netflix is available worldwide. With the subscription of this app, you can use this app at any corner of the world.

3. Amazon Prime Video:

Another amazing paid movie streaming app is Amazon Prime Video. It is a renowned video streaming app that has great features. It managed the rights of all the content featured on its app. Therefore, this app is 100 percent legal to use. On this app, you cannot only watch the latest movies you can also enjoy live sports events.

On this app, you can enjoy the 100 premium channels by becoming its Prime member. It also offers you to pay a limited amount to stream the limited channels of your choice.

4. Popcornflix:

To watch the movies free online, Popcornflix is a great application. It has a huge collection of movies. Its catalog is designed impressively. All the movies are categorized according to the new arrivals. On this app, you can watch the movies in high-quality and can stream the app smoothly.

Besides the movies, you can also watch the series on this app. The app updated new content on a regular basis. Enjoy the content on this app free of cost. You can easily get this app from the Google Play Store or App Store. The app does contain a limited number of advertisements.

5. ustv:

UsTV is another amazing movie streaming application. It updated the content every week to provide you all the latest content. USTV APK is a completely free app as you don’t need to pay any amount in the name of subscription or registration. The application is designed for Android devices and supports all Android devices. Tubi TV is 100 percent legal and secure entertainment-packed application. This app contains the entertainment content for every age group. Enjoy your favorite movie of any genre in high-quality on this app.

Netflix Bans ‘The Red Pill’ Documentary Because It Contains Too Much TRUTH

Tracey Watson | Humans Are Free

Let me start out by saying that I have no political agenda. Like most of you, I’m just a regular, straight-down-the-middle person living my life.

That said, I am open-minded and believe that getting different perspectives and listening to many viewpoints is important in shaping my own views.

The world would be a bleak place, indeed, if we were all forced to accept only one side of any given equation.

And yet, that is what we are increasingly being bullied into doing, as evidenced recently by the totally over-the-top reaction by many to filmmaker Cassie Jaye’s documentary The Red Pill.

In the movie, Jaye, an investigative journalist and self-proclaimed feminist, decided to go down the rabbit hole of the Men’s Rights Activism (MRA) movement, described by Urban Dictionary as “an organization of men and their women allies who draw attention to the ways in which misandry (anti-male attitudes and actions) and gynocentrism (women-privileging) harm men.”

The film sets out to examine what MRAs really stand for, what they believe they’re fighting for, and what their attitudes really are towards women.

In spite of the movie’s huge commercial success, Netflix has refused to air it. In theaters in Canada, Australia and the U.S., feminists have come out en masse to protest viewings, and independent theaters have been under huge pressure not to show it.

CBC News recently reported that theater patrons and sponsors in Canada have threatened to stop doing business with theaters that dare to go ahead with scheduled screenings.

Gavin McInnes of Rebel Media calls this type of pressure “economic terrorism,” and makes the interesting point that many of the people who protested so vehemently against the film have never even seen it.

McInnes argues that many recent documentaries have been very biased toward one particular viewpoint, and some like An Inconvenient Truth, have been scientifically flawed and totally one-sided, yet have been accepted as fact and allowed to mold the thinking of many.

On the other hand, with The Red Pill, Cassie Jaye does “what true journalists should do,” she insists. “You set out with no agenda and you don’t end up where you thought you would.”

And judging by the content of the trailer, that is just what Jaye does. While providing the perspective of the MRAs, and highlighting some of their most pressing issues, she also speaks to prominent feminist activists and journalists to get their take on those issues.

The interviews Jaye conducts for the documentary highlight issues like men having virtually no rights when it comes to custody disputes, and the fact that if a woman should decide to abort her baby, her spouse or partner would have no say in the matter.

The documentary also highlights the fact that 93 percent of workplace fatalities affect men, and that 4 out of 5 suicides are men.

As one of the interviewees notes, men are suffering, but:

“Society doesn’t want to hear their pain. We value female life more than we value male life.”

Dr. Warren Farrell refers to a “big hole in the area of compassion for boys and men,” and Paul Elam, president and founder of A Voice for Men, notes that the anti-men message is a subtle subtext in statements like “stop violence against women,” rather than simply, “stop all violence.”

In her video diary, Jaye looks really confused and says she’s unsure if the MRAs are simply “duping” her to convince her of their out-there theory that “men are discriminated against, and women have the advantage.”

Read the rest of the article here.

‘The Science Guy’ Returns to TV with Netflix’s New ‘Bill Nye Saves the World’

Video Source: Netflix US & Canada

By Lorraine Chow: EcoWatch

With a rough 2016 officially behind us, and a foreboding 2017 ahead, maybe we all need a good dose of 1990’s nostalgia. This Spring, Bill Nye will make his long-awaited return to our screens with his new Netflix show, Bill Nye Saves the World.

The Science Guy and his band of correspondents—model Karlie Kloss, Xploration Outer Space host Emily Calandrelli, comedians Joanna Hausmannm and Nazeem Hussain, and Veritasium host Derek Muller—will explore some of the most complex scientific topics of the day, from climate change, vaccines and genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

While Netflix first announced the show in late August, Nye’s comeback seems all the more fitting with Donald Trump‘s presidential inauguration this Jan. 20.

“Each episode will tackle a topic from a scientific point of view, dispelling myths, and refuting anti-scientific claims that may be espoused by politicians, religious leaders or titans of industry,” Netflix stated in a press release.

Trump, as any EcoWatch reader knows, is just about as anti-science as it gets. The president-elect has plans to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, undo President Obama’s signature Clean Power Plan and other environmental initiatives, and has nominated an entire cabinet of fossil fuel “puppets” and executives.

Nye came to fame in the 1990s as the host and creator of Bill Nye the Science Guy. The bowtie-wearing educator taught his young audience about the joys and importance of science and engineering.

We doubt that Trump will be streaming the new show, but Nye does intend to appeal to a wide audience.

“Since the start of the Science Guy show, I’ve been on a mission to change the world by getting people everywhere excited about the fundamental ideas in science,” he said in the press release.

“Today, I’m excited to be working with Netflix on a new show, where we’ll discuss the complex scientific issues facing us today, with episodes on vaccinations, genetically modified foods and climate change,” he added. “With the right science and good writing, we’ll do our best to enlighten and entertain our audience. And, perhaps we’ll change the world a little.”


Since Science Guy came off the air in 1998 after five seasons, Nye has made numerous appearances on television shows and online videos as a science commentator and outspoken environmental advocate.

Earlier this year, the educational icon famously bet climate change denier Marc Morano $20,000 that 2016 will be among the hottest on record and that this decade will be record hot. Morano turned down the bet, claiming that it’s “obvious” that scientific data will show warming, implying that the data would be doctored.

2016, of course, is officially the hottest year ever recorded, scientists have determined.


Tech Giants Team Up To Fight For Net Neutrality

Source: The Young Turks

“A sizable coalition of technology companies has today taken a stand in favor of net neutrality in the form of a letter to the Federal Communications Commission. The group, led by giants including Amazon, eBay, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Twitter, and Yahoo, challenges a proposal the FCC is considering that threatens net neutrality.”  Read more from The Verge here:https://www.theverge.com/2014/5/7/5692…