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Topic # 180923 26-Sep-2015 15:04
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Found this site a while ago  agoodmovietowatch, yes all one word. Its particularly good for netflix as its got a section that recommends movies that are on it. Unlike filmefy its only for Netflix USA but still I have found plenty of hidden gems. Another plus is it takes you to the movie in netflix with one click. Also it will take you to the imdb or RT review page,also to  youtube for the  trailer. 

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  Reply # 1394881 26-Sep-2015 15:08
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It looks really useful. I set aside some time last night to watch Netflix and then struggled to find anything worth watching. Netflix doesn't have the content that I imagined it would have.




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  Reply # 1394882 26-Sep-2015 15:11
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You really need to be able to access netflix worldwide, NZ netflix  would have to have the smallest database of any country

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1394883 26-Sep-2015 15:13
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I use Unotelly. Even then I still find content is a struggle.




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  Reply # 1394889 26-Sep-2015 15:25
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Have you set Unotelly to US?

Netflix invested millions on its suggestion engine. Watch a few movies and TV series and soon it will start suggesting relevant content.






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  Reply # 1395054 26-Sep-2015 21:29
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Give movielens.org a try. It's run as an academic exercise by an American uni- I forget which - but it's very good at suggestions. Often things you've never heard of.




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