There should also be links below where i can watch the given movies. For example link for google movies or itunes to watch that movie
There should also be links below where i can watch the given movies. For example link for google movies or itunes to watch that movie3 votes
I would love to have an option to sort the films you have watched and rated by a single rating. I want to see only the films I've rated 1 star and only the films I've rated 5 stars. It would be a nice feature to add. Keep up the great work!2 votes
We’ll add the Rated (including Rated in Range) filter to the Films list.
No matter what I search for, some "Edgar Wright" list is the first hit. That list can't possibly be the most appropriate hit for *every* single search term.
This site has a huge bias for huge lists over tight and focused lists. If I search for "girly movies", a list with 1000 movies scattered across all genres is not what I had in mind.11 votes
On the desktop site, it's nice being able to create a diary entry without having to navigate to the film's page beforehand, but there's no equivalent in the mobile app. On Android, at least.1 vote
In my watchlist I would like a ‘random item’ Button in the app - I simply can’t decide what to watch!6 votes
There is already a random sort on our website for your watchlist. A technical limitation in how we randomise the list has prevented us from adding this to our apps as yet.
I’ve just upgraded to Pro as I use the app on a daily basis.
I’ve noticed that rather than show the number of films I’ve seen in 2018 so far, it shows the total number including 2017.
Is there any way of amending this within the app?
Many thanks.1 vote
I live in the UK, and the Gift Guide link only goes to the US store.
If you want to benefit to affiliate program, you'll need to add a region selector.1 vote
Good suggestion. We plan to create a UK Gift Guide as well, but it might not be in time for this year’s festive season.
I know you guys had a limited time merch sale, but I really want to get a shirt from you! Bring the merch back!3 votes
Something new coming…
Each movie page on the site shows a list of all friends who have watched that title, however if I want to see their ratings I have to hover over each of their icons individually. This is especially annoying when viewing the site on a mobile device where hovering isn't an option, forcing you to tap each user's icon to see their rating.
It would be much easier if those ratings from friends were always visible, similar to how it works in the iOS app.3 votes
At present the inbound Shudder feed is broken, which means the data is several months out of date. As soon as they’re able to fix it, we’ll add it.
Alternatively to be able to sort watched films by your own rating. Or both.6 votes
In the iOS app, when you see the list of followees who have also reviewed a certain movie and tap on their icon, it automatically loads their latest review. If they have multiple logs for a certain movie, there's no way to see the older reviews.1 vote
The Letterboxd app could show us the percentage of movies we have watched in a list, just like the site does.12 votes
For "diary" view on the ios app, is there a way to add filters? Like only displaying films from 2015? Or 2014? I addition, is there a way to change the view? Like if I want to look at my 2016 diary but only at the posters and not at the calendar dates?2 votes
Not supported yet, but we plan to add this, yes.
I would like to be able to see at a glance which films I have reviewed from my 'films' list when filtering by rating. Would also work for anyone else's similar filter I suppose.
Similar to the screen which shows recent activity and has the 'reviewed' icon under the film pic.1 vote
I know this is possible from your watchlist, but it would also be nice to quickly edit any other list by removing movies from it in the same way.4 votes
We added this to our iPhone app (if you’re in a list you own, you can remove a film using a long-press on the poster). We plan to add to the desktop site as well.
It would be nice to be able to look into my most watched stars/directors with some more detail (rather than just the top 5). This would also apply to the Most obscure film I've watched etc as I'd like to know what else is considered obscure. On this note, how is the obscurity calculated? Based on views?
We’d like to add this. Obscurity is calculated using the reverse of popularity, so a measure of how few people interacted with the film.
Right now I have Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Netflix. From my settings page, I want to be able to check off which services I have access to. Then I want to be able to filter my watchlist by all available services. Additionally, it would be helpful to display on which services a film is available on an individual film's page. This would help tremendously in figuring out which films I need to buy or rent vs which ones I can access from a streaming service.56 votes
We’ll consider multiple filters at once. You can click the “More Services” link on a film’s page to open a panel that lists all the services the film is on according to GoWatchIt.com.
I have some films in more than one list, and some I'm not sure if I've added to a list or not. As it stands my options are to look at the list or attempt to add it and see if it generates an error or not. It would be helpful if you implemented some sort of indicator next to the list name in the lists menu for a film that lets you know that film has already been added to the list, similar to the check mark used by IMDB.2 votes
As a film can only be added to a single list, it probably makes more sense to disable or grey out the list titles for lists that the film is already in.
If you put the icon next to 'watched' and 'favorite' it would save the extra clicking and hunting to see if i already have the item on my watchlist. Also, it would save the extra clicks of having to put the item on watchlist, which is a frequently used option, like 'watched' and 'favorite'.11 votes
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