Most Pirated Movies of All Time – Illegal Downloading

WIRE TELEGRAM — The Internet loves pirated movies, be they big, blockbuster summer extravaganzas or small art house flicks. It doesn’t matter if it’s an illegal stream or an illegal torrent file, copyright infringers are going to copyright infringe. And our friends at TorrentFreak chronicle the happenings via a weekly top 10 list of the most-pirated movies on the Internet.

Each week, numerous films fall prey to people who don’t mind illegally copying and distributing movies. This week’s selection of bootlegged movies includes projects from the likes of Johnny Depp, Vin Diesel, Tina Fey, and other movie industry notables.

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Now, before I continue, it’s important to state that PCMag doesn’t condone illegally streaming or downloading movies. At all. That’s not what we’re trying to accomplish here. This most pirated movies roundup contains mere observations about the nature of Internet film piracy. That’s it. We’re just the messengers, folks, and possess no ill will toward movie studios, even though they green light dreck at an incredible rate.

With that clarification out of the way, let’s talk about last week’s crop of pirated movies!

Black Mass and The Last Witch Hunter are the two new films that make their first appearances on the most pirated movies list. If you want to learn more about these bootlegged movies and where they rank on our list, as well as last week’s eight other popular pirated movies, check out the slideshow linked both above and below for more information.

READ MORE: Movie studios target torrent users over recent leaked screeners

When you’re done, please be sure to let us know what you think about the popular stolen movies on our most bootlegged films list. If you’ve seen these pictures (legally or otherwise) and think they’re worth watching by any means possible, share your opinions in the comment section below.

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