Tubi TV End Of August Spotlight

August is quickly coming to a close. If you are  looking for a quality free movie to stream Tubi TV has several cool options still available this month.

You can check out some highlights below:

  • School of Rock (2003): Jack Black stars in this beloved blockbuster as a musician who fakes his way into a substitute teaching job and then turns his elementary school class into a band.
  • College (2008): Three high school seniors get a taste of university life in this raunchy comedy.
  • Saved! (2004): Mandy Moore and Jena Malone star in this satire that pokes gentle fun at Christian school culture.
  • Sleepover (2004): Can four friends beat the popular girls in a scavenger hunt? This teen comedy features Steve Carell, Brie Larson, Evan Peters, and Jane Lynch before they were famous.
  • The Perfect Score (2004): Before they were in “The Avengers,” Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans were high schoolers trying to pull off a heist to steal the answers to the SATs.
  • Bart Got a Room (2008): A teen’s first love happens during the midst of his parents’ divorce in this charming hidden gem starring William H. Macy, Alia Shawkat, and Cheryl Hines.

Musicians in Movies

  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1975): David Bowie stars as an alien in this thoughtful sci-fi drama from director Nicholas Roeg. (New on Tubi TV in August)
  • Moonstruck (1987): Cher won an Oscar for her role in this enduring romantic comedy also starring Nicolas Cage. (New on Tubi TV in August)
  • Belly (1998): DMX, Nas, T-Boz, and Method Man star in this visual feast from music video director Hype Williams.
  • Thanks for Sharing (2013): Pink is credited as Alecia Moore for her part in this romantic comedy set in a community of sex addicts.
  • Luv (2012): Common leads a strong cast in this gritty coming-of-age film that also features performances from Danny Glover, Dennis Haysbert, Michael Kenneth Williams, and Charles S. Dutton.
  • The Fighting Temptations (2003): Destiny’s Child-era Beyoncé joins Cuba Gooding Jr. and Mike Epps in this comedy featuring praiseworthy gospel music.
  • The Man with the Golden Arm (1955): Frank Sinatra earned an Academy Award nomination for his non-musical role in this Otto Preminger drama about a recovering drug addict.
  • Desperately Seeking Susan (1985): Madonna has her first major screen role in this ’80s essential comedy from Susan Seidelman.
  • Mad Money (2008): Queen Latifah stars as a single mom who schemes to steal millions from the Federal Reserve Bank in this heist movie also starring Diane Keaton and Katie

Girls Just Want to Have Fun

  • Sleepover (2004): Before high school starts, four friends have an epic sleepover where they battle the popular girls in a huge scavenger hunt.
  • Fun Size (2012): Gossip Girl’s Josh Schwartz directs this ’80s-inspired teen comedy featuring Victoria Justice and Jane Levy.
  • It Takes Two (1995): Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen play lookalikes who swap places in this nostalgic favorite.

Best Revenge Movies

  • Blue Ruin (2014): Jeremy Saulnier’s gritty indie examines at what a mission of revenge might look like when it’s not executed by a professional.  (New on Tubi TV in August)
  • Teeth (2007): This darkly funny horror movie explores a woman’s surprising physical reaction after being attacked. (New on Tubi TV in August)
  • Irreversible (2001): Gaspar Noé’s disturbing film unfolds in reverse, revealing the reason behind a man’s quest for justice. (New on Tubi TV in August)
  • Haywire (2012): MMA fighter Gina Carano displays impressive skills in this Steven Soderbergh action movie where an agent repays those who double-crossed her.
  • Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002)Oldboy (2003), and Lady Vengeance (2005): Park Chan-wook’s thematic trio of films finds the director exploring tales of violent revenge.
  • Ms. 45 (1981): Abel Ferrara brings his cult sensibilities to this well-shot crime drama about a New York City woman’s reaction to an attack.

Tubi Tv is available free at http://tubitv.com, and on Android and iOS mobile devices, and on OTT devices such as Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox 360Xbox OneSonyPlayStation 4, Samsung and Amazon Fire TV.

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William B. West
William B. West
William B. West is editor-in-chief of CordCuttersTalk.com, Rokuki.com, and StreamingThisMonth.com. All three sites cover the latest cord cutters news, information, and updates.

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