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Download Terminator Salvation for Free

CinemaNow and DivX have teamed up to offer Terminator Salvation for free download, while supplies last.

The Digital Copy of the full film is compatible with PC, Mac, and any other device that is compatible with the free DivX media player.

How to get your hands on it? Just go to Cinema Now by using this LINK and enter the code TS201023. You’ll have to live in the USA and sign up for a free CinemaNow account. You need to have the free DivX installed – get your free copy here.

– Only One Copy Can Be Redeemed Per Movie Now Account

– This is only for U.S. users.

– DivX purchased thousands of copies of the film but the offer is only good while supplies last — so redeem now if you want to watch the film.

Free Terminator

[via Mashable and Classic Fun]

Watch Full Canadian Movies at NFB.ca

The National Film Board of Canada has recently made a number of Canadian films available for free, high-quality online viewing. The repertoire includes documentaries, shorts and full-length dramas.

Not many of the films available for viewing are in Criticker’s library (yet), but that’s no reason not to check out the works which are there. Carts of Darkness, for example, is an excellent full-length documentary about homeless men who’ve created their own extreme sport to pass the time.

Carts of Darkness, Murray Siple

With hundreds of films available, a trip to NFB.ca could easily absorb an entire afternoon. So be careful… and if you do check it out, make sure to share any discovered treasures with the Criticker Community!

Website: http://www.nfb.ca/

Michael Moore’s Slacker Uprising Available Online

Michael Moore‘s new film Slacker Uprising is available for free download, in its entirety, at SlackerUprising.com

As is the case with a lot of cool free stuff from the States, it’s not available to anyone outside of the USA or Canada. GRRRR! Don’t you recognize your fan-base is largely in Europe, Mr. Moore?!

The film chronicles Moore’s tour across American college campuses in the run-up to the 2004 Presidential Election. According to Moore, the “goal was to help turn out a record number of young voters and others who had never voted before. (That part was a success. Young adults voted in greater numbers than in any election since 18-year-olds were given the right to vote. And the youth vote was the only age group that John Kerry won.)”

Wow, all thanks to You: The Soul of the Liberal Machine, I’m sure. Actually, it’s probably a good thing that the film isn’t available to those of us outside the US… if it were, I’d feel compelled to watch it, and then would spend 3 weeks fuming about how obnoxiously self-impressed Mr. Moore is.

Slacker Uprising’s Official Site
A Negative Review from the UK’s Guardian

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Fantastic Film Fest Online

Thanks to forum user whatismyname for alerting everyone to the fact that the Fantastic Film Festival is streaming 10 films for free on their website. There will be 5 feature-length and 5 short films available for viewing, from September 14th – 20th, via BSide Network. You have to register for a free account with BSide.

French Short Cam2Cam

The Fantastic Fest is staged in Austin, Texas, and:

is an eight day festival of the best new Sci-Fi, Horror, Fantasy and genre films, as well as choice classic and obscure cult titles from all over the world.

It looks like there are some great films which will be available online, so make sure to get an account and let us know which ones you like the best!

Fantastic Film Fest Online

Steven Spielberg’s Debut: Amblin’

Hey, where are the dinos and aliens?

Amblin’ is the first completed film shot by Steven Spielberg on 35mm. The film is a short story set during the hippy era of the late ’60s about a young couple who meet up in the desert, become friends, then lovers and make their way to a paradisiacal beach.

Don’t forget to rank Amblin’ at Criticker watching it.

[via: ehrensenf]

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Online Documentary: Riding Giants

I love finding these full length features.

This documentary takes viewers along surfing’s timeline, highlighting the group of extraordinary adventurers that emerged: surfers who, not satisfied with the mere recreational and social aspects of the sport, began searching for bigger and bigger waves, pushing the boundaries of performance to explore the "unridden realm."

How do you like it? Feel free to give Riding Giants a rating on Criticker.

This Year’s Oscar Nominated Animated Short Films

Above you can watch Meme Les Pigeons Vont au Paradis (Even Pigeons Go to Heaven) and if you feel like watching the other nominees stop buy TickleBooth, which lists places you can watch most of them online.

Link: TickleBooth