10 Movies to Watch for Free on Tubi This Weekend




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tubi logoLooking for more free content to watch this weekend? Tubi is a great streaming option for cord cutters, especially right now when money might be tight. The newly acquired Fox-owned streaming service has over 20,000 movies and television shows from nearly every major Hollywood studio. The service gives fans of films and television programs an easy way to discover new content that is available completely free.

Here are the 10 of some of Tubi’s most popular titles you should watch this weekend:

  • Adventures of TinTin (2011) – Directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by Peter Jackson. This film, which won the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film, tells the story of a young boy and his dog as they uncover a clue to a hidden treasure.
  • Rugrats Go Wild (2003) – Directed by John Eng and Norton Virgien, starring Bruce Willis. The Rugrats family vacation takes an exotic detour when their boat capsizes and they become shipwrecked on a deserted tropical island.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) – Directed by Jonathan Liebesman, starring Megan Fox, Will Arnett and William Fichtner. Trained in the New York City sewers, four pizza-loving mutated turtle brothers unleash their ninja skills on a city ravaged by the evil Shredder.

  • Brick Mansions (2014) – Directed by Camille Delamarre, starring Paul Walker. An undercover cop and an ex-con must stop a crime lord’s plot to destroy a city, but they must do it confined to a walled-in, dangerous neighborhood.
  • Minority Report (2002) – Directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Tom Cruise and Colin Farrell. In the future, as police use technology to arrest killers before they commit crimes, the tables turn, and one cop goes on the run to clear his name.
  • Swordfish (2001) – Directed by Dominic Sena, starring Hugh Jackman, John Travolta and Halle Berry. This American crime thriller follows an ex-con and computer hacker who is recruited into a bank robbery.
  • Little Man (2006) – Directed by Keenan Wayans, starring Marlon and Shawn Wayans, Kerry Washington and Tracy Morgan. A couple, eager to become parents, accidentally adopts a baby-faced and bodied criminal, posing as an abandoned toddler.

  • New Jack City (1991) – Directed by Mario Van Peebles, starring Chris Rock, Wesley Snipes and Ice-T. This action crime film follows an undercover detective on a mission to take down a rising drug-lord.
  • Annabelle (2014) – Directed by John Leonetti, starring Annabelle Wallis. A young couple begins to experience strange and terrifying changes in their home when cult members break in and unleash a powerful evil.
  • Gods of Egypt (2016) – Directed by Alex Proyas, starring Gerard Butler. A mortal tries to save the world and his own true love by joining with a powerful god in an epic battle against his rival, the deadly god of darkness

Which ones will you be watching this weekend?

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