Free Movies on Plex for June 2022

Plex has 24 new free movies coming to its service in June. They include titles starring …

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Plex has 24 new free movies coming to its service in June. They include titles starring Tom Cruise in Edge of Tomorrow, and Viggo Mortensen in The Two Faces of January.

If free movies aren’t enough, Plex just underwent a major update, becoming a new hub showing all your paid and free streaming services on one screen.

You don’t need a Plex Pass to use its free streaming service. But cord-cutters can get access to unique features. My favorite? I use Plex to operate a Plex Media Server that records live over-the-air TV with Plex’s DVR service.

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How to Watch Movies on Plex

Watching free movies on Plex is very simple. Sign up for a free account at and fill out the basic profile information.

Plex has apps on every major streaming device, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV. Smart TVs and devices using Android TV work. But you can also use a PC, tablet or smartphone to watch free movies on Plex.

Once you have added the Plex app to your hardware, sign in to your account.

On the left sidebar, pick the option for “Movies & TV”. You’ll now have unlimited access to hundreds of free movies and TV shows, including titles from Crackle.

New Movies on Plex in June

All Nighter



District B13

Edge Of Tomorrow


The Good Doctor

The Host

I’m Still Here

The King Of Fighters

The Last Days On Mars

Master Z: The Ip Man Legacy


Peggy Sue Got Married

Pulse (2001)

The Taking Of Pelham 123


The Two Faces Of January

Two Lovers

Whale Rider

Where’s The Money

Wind River

The Wolfpack

World’s Greatest Dad

Still streaming on Plex

All Good Things

Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call New Orleans

Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead




Children Of The Corn

Cobbler, The

Dead Snow


Europa Report

The Fall

Four Lions


The Gift

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2009)

God Bless America


Half Nelson





Hunt For The Wilderpeople

I Saw The Devil

The Iceman

Ip Man

Ip Man 2

Ip Man 3

The Man From Earth

The Man From Nowhere





Short Term 12

Stuck In Love



Tell No One

This Is England

Train to Busan


Wailing, The

We Need To Talk About Kevin

Movies to Watch Before Exit in June

Catch The Bullet

Clerks II

Get A Job

The Ghost Writer

Guest House

I Am Wrath

The Janky Promoters


Last Knights

One For The Money

U Turn

USS Indianapolis: Men Of Courage

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Jim Kimble is a seasoned industry expert with over two decades of journalism experience. He has been at the forefront of the cord-cutting movement since 2016, testing and writing about TV-related products and services. He founded The Cord Cutting Report in 2016, and serves as the editor.

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