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We know you can take forever in your favorite streaming platform while trying to figure out what to watch. We are here to solve this problem.
We have a team of movie buffs researching and suggesting films weekly, including tips that go beyond the obvious and the releases, so many releases - as long as they're worth it, of course. So, forget the recommendation algorithms that always bring the same answers.
Do you remember that rent-a-video store clerk in your neighborhood? He watched everything and had the best suggestions. Well, Filmelier is a virtual version of your favorite clerk. Here you will find suggestions that we would only give to friends and family. Before social networks, this was called "word of mouth."
We provide you with links to your favourite platform. In many cases, you can buy the films and add them to your personal library forever. Just like a DVD.
By the way, did we mention we love lists?
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This is an international version of Filmelier. Some films may not be available in your country. If available, you can watch anywhere, any way you want whenever you want - via devices such as mobile phones, setup boxes, tablets, smart TVs, video games and computers.
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Streaming services fall into two broad groups: those per subscription and the transactional ones. The first is the case of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, in which a fixed price per month is paid to watch the entire menu available. The second case is one of those platforms that allow you to rent or buy by film, that is, by transaction.
Here is a brief introduction of them:
It is the most popular subscription streaming service, offering their entire catalog of movies and series for a fixed monthly price. It has a good collection of major studios, and recent movie releases. It also delivers several original content and some independent films.
Apple TV, which can also be known as iTunes, is a large platform of movies available for purchase and rental. There are many different productions, ranging from big blockbusters to independent feature films from all over the world. Purchased movies can be watched on any device with the iOS operating system (iPhones and iPad), Apple TV 4K or computer with the Apple TV/iTunes application installed, be it Windows or macOS.
Another plus is that most of the movies are available for purchase, enabling you to build up your own large personal library - just as was possible in the days of DVDs.
In addition, you can also access content available on Apple TV+, Apple's subscription movie platform.
Google Play is Google's digital store, with a large range of movies - including, of course, blockbusters and independents. Most of them are available for rent or for purchase, making it possible to create your personal collection.
The productions can be watched on your computer or even on Android or iOS operating system phones, as long as the app 'Play Movies' is installed. You can also watch movies on a TVs with the use of a Chromecast device.
Prime Video is the streaming subscription service of Amazon. It follows the same format as Netflix, in which the subscriber pays a monthly amount to have full access to the entire catalog and original Amazon productions.
Amazon Prime Video has apps for Android phones, iPhones, general tablets and smart TVs
Launched in November 2019 in the United States and some other international territories, Disney+ began as a platform exclusively for subscription video on demand (SVOD), that is, it provides access to its entire catalog in exchange for a monthly fee. However, after the postponed release of the ‘Mulan’ remake in theaters, Disney released the film for an additional fee on the platform, in markets where it was already available. That is, the service could adopt a mixed scheme between monthly subscription and individual transaction in the future, as well as FilminLatino or Amazon Prime Video, which has the Amazon Prime Video Store to buy or rent movies.
The streaming platform is available on a large number of devices, including Android phones, iPhones, iPads, the latest smart TVs and gadgets like Apple TV, Chromecast and Roku. It can also be accessed in any internet browser.
HBO Max is an subscription video on demand streaming service owned by AT&T via the WarnerMedia Direct subsidiary of WarnerMedia, and was launched on May 27, 2020.
MUBI is a distributor, producer and subscription-based streaming OTT service which offers online streaming of a curated selection of films.
MUBI is available on the web, Roku devices, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, LG and Samsung Smart TVs, as well as on mobile devices including iPad, iPhone and Android.
Spamflix is a platform focused in a selected catalog of curious and transgressive titles, that aims surprise your target with feature film, most of them of independent productions.
All titles are available to rent, that means you will able to watch it in 72 hours after purchase using your favorite browser.
YouTube is the largest streaming platform with user-generated content in the world. For this reason, many content creators (or youtubers, as they became known) started to make short, medium and feature films available to watch for free on the website. This path was later followed by TV channels, entertainment companies and even major studios. Today, there are great production quality videos published for free on YouTube, and also a large collection of titles that have fallen into the public domain. Those are the movies you find here at Filmelier with the “YouTube Free” label.
Because it is a widely used platform, YouTube is available on a large number of devices. You can access the videos through your internet browser on your computer, mobile phone or tablet. There are also apps for smartphones, tablets and smart TVs. As a Google product, the integration with Android TV, Chromecast and other gadgets is done quickly and intuitively - allowing you to share a video from your phone directly on the television.