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Someone has created the greatest ever website for film ratings

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"I created a movie database site that combines Rotten Tomatoes, IMDb, Letterboxd and Metacritic scores, with Netflix and Amazon Prime availability."

These are the beautiful words that appeared on the Reddit front page last night, when user yombato shared their amazing new invention with the world. 

The website - cinesift.com - allows such a wide range of search and filtering options that it is officially a film lover's dream come true.

Cinesift

It's ready to use now, although some Redditors have commented to be careful when searching, as "JJ Abrams" shows up nothing, but "J.J. Abrams" does. 

Now if they could just make one for TV shows and games too, our lives would be complete.

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