If you visit https://www.xfinity.com/stream/ and click Browse and then Movies, there is a category for "Free Movies (without Ads)" and one for "Free Movies (with Ads)". For me, the direct links are https://www.xfinity.com/stream/browse/node/7176651964017170225/5374484137684080170 and https://www.xfinity.com/stream/browse/node/7176651964017170225/5198851112959471170 but these links may not work for others.
Ok Bruce your a Gold Problem Solver. What you told this customer is awesome but this leaves you with about 6,000 some titles to scroll trough. Do you have the time to do that? Then when you click on a title to view the details then click back to the "6,000" list, it takes you back to the beginning. This is a pain.
Why is there no option to search by year, or classic? You can search by star which is great but I would really like to search by year.
I also noticed that when I filter "Free for Me" I still get movies that say "rent or buy" or better yet, it tells me when the movie is going to air but if I don't have a subscription to the service I can't watch the movie.
Sorry Bruce, but if Comcast did not charge so much and claim to be the best, I might not expect better service. Now I'm hearing Comcast is raising rates. This is not a good thing.
@BellesDen wrote: ... Why is there no option to search by year, or classic?... when I filter "Free for Me" I still get movies that say "rent or buy" ...
I am not now and have never been a Comcast employee, I'm just another customer. I have no insight into why they are the way they are besides the obvious: adding features for customer benefit and making sure they work correctly would cost them a few pennies, and they seem unwilling to spend those pennies.