How many good things are legally for free on the internet? Let's face it: Most of it is either theft or crap.
How good is Youtube really? I'm sure that most of you know the feeling one gets after cruising the tube with friends for two hours, looking for the next kick. Sort of empty, isn't it?
Now I found archive.org - and there I found 'Kansas City Confidential'. Great, pure suspense - legally for free. All you need is a player for the open-source .ogv-files. Enjoy!
And while I'm at it: For lovers of books: Check out Hector Malot's 'Nobody's Boy' at Project Gutenberg! Makes me wanna buy a Kindle.