Hollywood has just joined forces with
MIT and Silicon Valley to save an hour of frustration every Friday night!
What happens when Emmy winning film critic Joyce Kulhawik, Hollywood star Topher Grace, recent Y-Combinator graduate & serial entrepreneur Simon Borrero, Sundance featured producer Daniel Posada, and MIT professors Donald Sull and David Hartzband get together?
They create the world’s best movie recommendation engine! The catch? They didn’t spend a dime on their algorithm.
Here’s the issue, just because you watched “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” doesn't mean you want to watch Adam Sandler’s new western movie. Not even Adam Sandler liked that movie! And just because you watched “The Basketball Diaries” doesn't mean you want to watch “Air Bud.”
Algorithms still just don’t get it when it comes to movies.
Enter FilmFish: the first movie recommendation engine to rely on film-buffs, not robots, to make their suggestions. Our team has expertly curated recommendations for over 15,000 movies, capturing the essence of why you love the films you do. Once you find a movie, FilmFish will show you exactly where to watch it across your subscriptions.
FilmFish relies on people, not robots, to recommend films.
Each one of their recommendations is hand-picked by an expert film buff who aims to capture the essence of why you love the movies you do. In surveys, 75% of users prefer this approach to the competition.
Once you find a movie, FilmFish shows you exactly where to watch it across leading streaming services, so you never have to use Netflix for your recommendations again.