Best New Mashups: Movies

Wendell Santos, December 16th, 2011

Rotten TomatoesAs the year comes to a close and holiday season looms, many of us look forward to taking a few days off so that we can take a break from all of our hard work and relax. What better way to unwind this holiday season than by catching up on all of the movies you missed this year? You’re in luck as we’ve gotten many great mashups this year that let you watch movies and trailers, browse your Netflix queue (you do still subscribe to Netflix right?) and share with your friends. Popular APIs for these mashups include Rotten Tomatoes, YouTube and Netflix. So without further ado, kick off your shoes, grab some popcorn and give these movie mashups a try. – is a fast video search engine for free movies and full episodes online. Search across numerous sites with a single click. Users can even include Netflix or Amazon Prime in the results. is a great alternative to the Netflix search interface. Query thousands of Netflix videos filtered by name, cast, director, rating or year. View results in 5 distinct views. APIs used include: Netflix, Bing. More at our profile.

InstantPlex – InstantPlex lets users browse the Netflix instant watch library. Discover, queue and watch trailers, movies and T.V. shows. View your favorite actor’s Twitter feed and share favorites with your friends on Facebook. APIs used include: Twitter, TheMovieDB, RottenTomatoes, Netflix, GetGlue, Freebase, Facebook, YouTube. More at our InstantPlex profile.

Moviegram – A quick and easy way to find movies, watch trailers and share with friends. APIs used include: YouTube, TrailerAddict, RottenTomatoes. More at our Moviegram profile.

The Web Intersect – Offers users a faceted search interface of the Netflix movie library. APIs used include: RottenTomatoes, Netflix, Freebase. More at our The Web Intersect profile.

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September 14th, 2012
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