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What are the best alternatives to Primewire?

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    Tyler Murray
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "It's a legit website with a simple interface, it's easy to find what you want, when you want it. I highly recommend this to family and friends looking to watch movies or tv shows that they might have missed or wanted to rewatch."
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      Gary Edwards
      Written on November 11, 2017
      "Starz appears to be specific specialty channels similar to HBO as opposed to an alternative to primewire for General access. Hulu and popcornflix appear better choices"
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      Jessica Murphy
      Written on October 2, 2017
      "I wanted to cut the cord. I need my HBO though! So I found Hulu, and have given it a whirl. It is the best! I can't believe I waited so long to sign up. It's great having what I want and paying less!"
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      Eugene Phillips
      Written on March 24, 2017
      "Well I was looking for alternatives to primewire because it hasn't been really working for me anymore, and Popcornflix was suggested. I have to say the site fulfills primewires purpose and more. It has even more selections and I love the layout as well, its much more organized that primewire. Overall I've had no issues with it and will recommend it over primewire."


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      Rishika Gavde
      Written on November 9, 2017
      "I am a Primewire user, but I haven't been terribly happy with them lately, so I have been looking for an alternative. I am currently trying out Fandor. So far, I am not that impressed with their movie selection, but I am happy with the service overall. I will keep using Fandor until I find something better."
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      Katherine Guzman
      Written on March 9, 2017
      "This is not a viable solution for free online streaming. It appears the website might have been shut down."
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      Howard King
      Written on January 13, 2017
      "I didn't like using Primewire so finding another site with links to great movies was important. Movie 4 U had all the latest titles I was looking for, and a lot of older movies I didn't even know I wanted to watch. Great for something specific or just when I'm looking to see what's out there that I might like. The site is easy to navigate and everything is clear."
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      Ben Cheng
      Written on April 2, 2017
      "Moviewatcher can be an alternative to Primewire, but personally, it wouldn't be my first pick. Layout-wise, Moviewatcher is more appealing to the eye, the homepage is not bogged down with ads. Also, the website has a nice hover feature where when you place your cursor over the movie you're interested in, it reveals a nice quick biography of the movie, as well as the average rating it received from IMDB.com, which is my go-to place for reviews! Now what I don't like about Moviewatcher is that if there is a movie you want to watch you have to download some program I've never heard of. Also, a lot of the movies suggested on the site are still in theaters so I feel like it's illegal somehow...actually I know it is and now I feel guilty and need to repent by going to the movie theater and watching a movie with the most expensive popcorn option."
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      Richard Reyes
      Written on February 4, 2017
      "I found Rainierland to be a fine resource. Better actually than PrimeWire in appearance and functionality. It is easy to search through categories and see clearly what resolution the movie will play in."
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      Dark Night
      Written on April 5, 2018
      "Am gonna try this, as of now I am not too impressed with the tv show feature. No easy navigating between episodes. Something Primewire had. Yet their site seems to not work at the moment so I need another solution. The fact you could make an account on Primewire and keep track of the shows you follow was very convenient for me. That is something this site lacks as well. But the quality of the shows are good and the amount of movies and shows is just as good as on Primewire from what I have seen thus far. All in all a great site if you know what you are looking for."
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      Jerry Franklin
      Written on January 6, 2017
      "Vumoo is probably the only website I will use now because it cuts out the one thing I really hate about watching my favorite shows online. That's signing up and creating an account to other websites. Now I can just visit vumoo and watch in peace."
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      Peter Guzman
      Written on February 26, 2017
      "Alluc: It's not the worst video watching website I've come across! In other news, it's not the best either! It's a search engine for finding videos across platforms that stream videos. It's like a search engine...for videos. You know it's similar to going to Google, clicking on the video search option and find what you're looking for on theirs. The only difference is that Alluc is bogged down with ads! So if you like searching videos with ads and click bait, then this is your type of site!"
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      Joseph Mason
      Written on April 28, 2017
      "The site provides a link to begin utilizing couch tuner. I may or may not use it, depending on how many different features it can offer from an Amazon Firestick. It provides an alternative to primewire to an extent, as you can still access the content you want, however it does not provide a method for downloading (such as primewire)."
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      Edward Johnson
      Written on January 20, 2018
      "I have used Primewire for a while but needed an alternative as I have pretty much watched all the content that they had to offer. I heard about MUBI from my brother and after checking out there content I have told all of my friends to try it out as well."

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    Best alternatives to Primewire
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 STARZ Websites 172 Paid
    2 Hulu Websites 150 Paid
    3 Popcornflix Apps 138 Free
    4 Fandor Websites 124 Paid
    5 MoviesNshows.net Websites 111 Free
    6 Movie 4 U Websites 91 Free
    7 Moviewatcher Websites 88 Free
    8 Rainierland Websites 75 Free
    9 Putlocker Websites 53 Free
    10 vumoo Websites 40 Free

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