We are the guys currently hosting Movie2K. Ask us anything.
We don't know the people behind Movie2K, but they apparently like the Pirate Party and decided to point the DNS entry to us. So we decided to put up an information page about copyright, the Pirate Party, and Creative Commons on a Top 20 German web site. The tiny info page had a peak traffic of about 200 MBit/s.
We don't know how long we will be allowed to use the site, but if this lasts longer, we will probably put up some more Creative Commons content there.
Proof: http://movie2k.to/#ama (Note that by the time you are reading this, the domain may be back out of our control!)
EDIT: for clarity - we are members of the IT team of the German Pirate Party, not the people who ran movie2k all the time. We just run the notice site that can be currently seen at http://movie2k.to after whoever owns the domain redirected it to our servers. (Note that by the time you are reading this, the domain may be back out of our control!)
We do not have anything to do with the alleged successor movie4k.to, that looks quite similar to movie2k, and seems to provide the content that movie2k used to provide.
PSA: If you visit sites like movie4k or other streaming sites, make sure to keep your system secure - you never know if one of the ads on the site itself or on one of the dozens of different file hosts they use tries something nasty. Most importantly, keep your browser, flash and PDF plugin (if you use one) up-to-date using reputable sources for your updates, disable Java, and don't install stuff some pop-ups offer you on such sites. Sounds like common sense, but unfortunately isn't.
By popular request, see this comment for a short summary of what the Piratenpartei Deutschland (German Pirate Party) stands for (and also notes on the general aims of the international Pirate Party movement).
Edit: Lots of edits, I stopped tracking. It's been 3 days now, signing off. Maybe someone will check in later, but I doubt it. Remember that by the time you are reading this, the domain may (and probably will) be back out of our control!
I know I said the thing about control of the domain quite a few times, but as the replies to this post showed, some people cannot read. Sorry to the rest of you.