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VMovee Review

VMovee is an online movie streaming site offering free movies ranging from Bollywood productions to major blockbusters. If you’re looking for a place to watch free movies online, you’ve likely come across it, either in Google search, on Reddit, or as a direct recommendation from a friend.

If so, you’re likely wondering if it’s safe to use, if it’s legit, and if you can face legal repercussions for watching movies on the site. In this article, we reviewed VMovee to determine if it’s safe and legit, so you don’t have to.

What is VMovee?

VMovee is an online movie streaming site that typically lists pirated films, but also mixes in indie and bollywood films as well as some copyright free movies. This can be confusing if you’re considering the legitimacy of the site, as many totally legal movie sites focus on those last 3 categories.

However, with new releases that are not licensed, VMovee is definitely illicitly sharing content. The site doesn’t appear to actually upload any of the content themselves, instead, they scrape movies and films from other sources, embedding them with one or more server links for streaming. This means that if you are watching on the site, buffer and load times may be slow or vary widely. It’s also how VMovee attempts to absolve themselves of responsibility for pirating films. By sharing content that someone else uploaded rather than that they uploaded themselves, they hope to remove themselves from responsibility for the most persecuted element of film piracy, directly sharing.

Is VMovee Safe?

If you’re still considering using VMovee, there’s a lot more you should know about the site and its operating policies. For example, with auto-redirects and popup ads of dubious (at best) quality, VMovee is on the lower end of ‘safe’.

Since VMovee does not share legitimate or licensed films, using the site to access content that you have every reason to believe is likely pirated puts you in a legally problematic possition. You might not get in trouble for streaming, but you could. In the current landscape, viewers aren’t really the main target for piracy crackdowns, but things are changing rapidly and it may not be a good idea to depend on things not changing. And, the details matter. For example, if you streaming download packets onto your computer, you could be prosecuted for actual piracy. Similarly, VMovee offers download links for many of their films, which is directly piracy.

The good news is that you are unlikely to run into legal problems under current law. Most movie publishers are much more concerned with prosecuting uploaders. However, that isn’t a guarantee and you’re still putting yourself at risk.


Simply loading VMovee will kick off an auto-redirect, taking you to the site’s current web address. This can be harmful to your computer if VMovee chooses to redirect you elsewhere.

Popup Ads

VMovee uses popup ads to pay for the site and earn revenue, which can be fairly intrusive. Simply clicking on some links or buttons will result in ads popping up, not all of which are family friendly or safe. While most are gaming and casino related, some include sex-dating site ads and similar content, as well as ads for products like MacKeeper and some products that attempt to illicit a download action from you. You reject all of these downloads for the safety of your computer.

Final Opinion

VMovee is a lower quality pirate streaming site, offering a large library of linked content with various sources and download links. It is illicit, quality is often subpar, and you will have to navigate through a variety of redirects and popup ads, not all of which are benign. Therefore, you can definitely find a better free movie streaming site if you want to stream (including legal free movie websites) or find another, safer source to stream your content.