For home movie nights
Itcher helps friends and families decide what to watch together. It asks each viewer to rate five movies they’ve seen, then uses the group results to make suggestions. Itcher can do the same with TV shows and music.
Rabbit lets users in different locations watch movies together by syncing streams from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and more. With the group-chat function, you can discuss the movies as they play.
LetterBoxd is “an all-in-one toolbox” that suggests new movies, keeps track of what you’ve watched, and provides “a ton of info” on any title, including trailers and cast lists.
IMDb at long last puts the Internet Movie Database, “a huge mine of movie data,” into a handy phone app.
JustWatch can determine quickly whether a movie is available to watch on your favorite streaming service. JustWatch can also notify you when the film becomes available.