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The result is a simple, unbiased appraisal of the odds that you’ll like the movie.
You probably know You Tube as “that place you can watch people in Saudi Arabia do terrifying things with cars”. In fact, it probably belongs in nearly every category on this list.
One of the best (and less known) features is the ability to rent movies starting at $3.99 each. And, thanks to its compatibility with Chromecast, has become a regular part of my movie-watching life. As a self-respecting movie buff, Screen Rant should be one of the sites you visit religiously.
You’ll also be shown the ticket prices from various merchants so you can quickly find the cheapest option.
This is a simple, yet powerful way to ensure you never miss another live gig.
You don’t realize how annoying the ads are until they’re gone. Without a doubt, Sound Cloud is God’s gift to indie music.
It’s a simple, bare-bones service that allows anyone to upload and download music under a variety of licenses, and embed uploaded tracks across the web.
However, it remains the best service, on PC or mobile, for streaming any music, whenever you want.
The free service is a good introduction, but it’s worth picking up Spotify Premium.
We’re talking about the kind of films you’ll see played at festivals like Tribeca, Sundance, or SXSW.