Do you find yourself trying to filter out all the nonsense that isn’t catered to you on Netflix? Your solution for your troubles is Leanflix. The name is quite similar, but I assure you, it’s not the same service. You can use Leanflix to gauge what’s good on Netflix by checking out the scores attached to each movie.
Currently in beta, you can check movies ratings on a few creditable sites such as, Rotten Tomato, or IMDB right in front of any movie that peaks your interest. For avid Netflix users that are a part of the binge-watching craze, probably don’t need help finding something to watch because they’re willing to watch anything, but for those that don’t necessarily have all the time in the world to sift through Netflix to find something good, Leanflix has you covered.
Leanflix gives you the option to cut out the bad by allowing users to adjust score metre. Judging from critic’s scores of course, you can keep your movies more in line with your interests and your preferred quality level. For example, you can keep the metre from 8-10 scores to see the best of the best with narrow results or if you want more you can adjust the meter to your liking.
The site also allows you to choose movies dating all the way back from 1914 to the present. Perfect for movie buffs looking to expand their knowledge on the art of film.
You can also chat with a community looking for the same thing as you, good movie to pass the time.
To get the most out of Leanflix, they urge people to sign up. So if you’re one of those people that struggle to find something good on Netflix from time to time, take advantage of all the features Leanflix provides.
You can sign up to the site right here.