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    Letterboxd Alternatives

    Letterboxd is described as 'lets you keep track of every film you’ve seen, so you can instantly recommend one the moment someone asks, or check reactions to a film you’ve just heard about. We’re a global community of film fans who live to discuss, rate and rank what we watch' and is a popular Movie Database in the video & movies category. There are more than 100 alternatives to Letterboxd for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, iPhone, Android, iPad and Android Tablet. The best alternative is IMDb, which is free. Other great apps like Letterboxd are Trakt.tv, The Movie Database , Simkl and ratehouse.

    Letterboxd is mainly a Movie Database but alternatives to it may also be Movie Review Sites or Episode Trackers. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of Letterboxd.
    This page was last updated May 23, 2022
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    Letterboxd is a social site for sharing your taste in film, now in public beta. Use it as a diary to record your opinion...
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      The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is an online database of information related to movies, actors, television shows, production crew personnel, video games, and most recently, fictional characters featured in visual entertainment media.
      Most users think IMDb is a great alternative to Letterboxd.
    1. trakt helps you keep a record of what TV shows and movies you are watching. Based on your favorites, trakt recommends additional shows and movies you'll enjoy!


    2. It's completely user driven by people like you. TMDb is currently used by millions of people every month and with our and powerful API, also used by many popular media centers like Moovida, XBMC, Plex, MythTV and MediaPortal.
    3. Simkl is a TV, anime, and movie tracker that keeps a history of all the shows and movies you watch in one, central location. It’s a mobile app, a website, Google Chrome extension to keep track of everything you watch and integrates with many TV apps.
      Simkl vs Letterboxd opinions
      Almost everyone thinks Simkl is a great alternative to Letterboxd.
      IT's the same as letterboxd but plus TV shows and anime
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    4. Ratings, reviews, discussions, recommendations, lists for all media genres: music, movies, tv shows, books, video games, and podcasts. Like IMDb or Goodreads, but with more media types. Join ratehouse to consolidate your entertainment and art interests.
      ratehouse vs Letterboxd opinions
      Almost everyone thinks ratehouse is a great alternative to Letterboxd.
      rate.house has more types like music, TV, video games, books, and podcasts. You can also add and fix items like on Wikipedia.
      Positive comment over 2 years ago

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      Like letterboxd but with more types
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    5. TasteDive (formerly TasteKid) is a recommendation engine for music, movies, authors and books. Just type in your favorite bands, artists, movie titles, book titles or authors, separated by commas, and TasteDive will suggest other things that you may enjoy.
    6. Metacritic aggregates music, game, tv, and movie reviews from the leading critics. Only Metacritic.com uses METASCORES, which let you know at a glance how each item was reviewed.
    7. Rotten Tomatoes and the Tomatometer score are the world’s most trusted recommendation resources for quality entertainment.
    8. Reelgood shows you where to find the content you want on the services you need. Just pick out a couple of things-- movies you want to watch, TV shows you're watching-- and Reelgood handles the rest. Streaming made easier, with just a single tap.
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      We believe that the information we use to make decisions -- about what book to read, what place to stay at or what product to buy -- will be of higher quality if we organize it transparently, through an open community.
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