Top Ten Movie Review Sites

We all love to be critical of movies, and it’s actually the job of some people and websites to rate and do an in-depth review of these movies. You can actually contribute to the final rating on things like IMDB. So here are the top ten best movie reviewing websites.
The Top Ten
1 IMDb The Internet Movie Database is an online database of information related to films, television programs and video games, including cast, production crew, fictional characters, biographies, plot summaries, trivia and reviews, operated by IMDb.com, Inc., a subsidiary of Amazon.

Of course, this is the biggest, the most well-known, and the best movie-reviewing website of all time. With hundreds of thousands of votes from random people and critics around the world, you can submit your rating out of ten stars and it contributes to the final rating. Many movies have over a million ratings and thousands of reviews. You can write your own review, but it is unlikely anyone will get to it as there are so many. The only problem with this website is that there are tens

Actually, there were 83 million IMDb users as of 2018 and by now there are probably well over 100 000 000 so yeah this is by far the most popular but only three movies have actually had over 2 million ratings those are Shaawshank redemption, The Dark Knight and Inception

I have an account but the problem is that there are tons of idiots who rate every good movie 1 out of ten

2 Roger Ebert Roger Joseph Ebert was an American film critic, historian, journalist, screenwriter, and author. He was a film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times from 1967 until his death in 2013.

This recently deceased critic has detailed, accurate, and in-depth reviews of practically every movie. Very good critic, but as he is just one person you can’t exactly say he’s better than IMDb, which has over 10 million users.

He died in 2013 so he isn't recently deceased

3 Rotten Tomatoes

All I have to say is that this is a very inaccurate movie reviewing company. When you get all these depressed and grumpy critics together, the only movies that get good reviews are the depressed and grumpy ones. This is just a very inaccurate website with lots of problems, but they have received lots of praise and looking at the individual reviews, not the tomato meter will give you a better idea of the movie. And many of these depressed movie reviewers take some masterpiece like the godfather, Shawshank redemption, or Inception and say: “Not sad enough. Me actually feel good after seeing this so me give it 1 star”. I mean, get a life, people! But the majority of reviewers on this site are good, so I started it off at #4

@Sloth21 - I agree with you because there are a lot of biased ratings on some movies.

The best movie reviewing site by far. there are two review sections, for users and for experts

Some of their reviews are very questionable, but overall this website is ok.

4 The Guardian

A very renowned and good website, with pretty accurate reviews, but movies aren’t the main topic of the Guardian, so a bit more meh

5 Common Sense Media

This website is pretty amazing. It only has one random person who gives the movie a rating out of five stars, with the average being three, but the rating is usually inaccurate, so the reviewing aspect of this website isn’t great. However, they give a very accurate age rating and a ranking out of five for different categories that make it that high, such as violence, inappropriate stuff, etc., and users can give their own rating out of five stars and age rating on it, though it goes into a different category, so this is quite good.

this is extremely good. As a parent I have used this many times to see what my two sons can or can't watch and it has never let me down. Now, unlike other kids their age, they aren't exposed to innapropriate concepts and scenes in movies. Should be higher

6 Film Comment

This website is definitely not for people who just enjoy watching movies for their own sake, but for serious scholarly film buff. It puts out print magazines that highlight a handful of articles highlighting the different artistic aspects of the movie. Very good, but sometimes a bit boring and maybe not for the average person.

7 Letterboxd

I knew nothing about them before this, but while researching for this list many people seemed to like them and after checking out the website they seem good.

8 Metacritic

Ugh, I was going to hold off on this website, as every one of their reviews is possibly biased or just very inaccurate, but it, Rotten Tomatoes, and IMDB make up the big three when it comes to movie reviewing, and other websites take their opinion into account. I just want to scream “DON’T LISTEN TO THEM THEY ARE NOT ACCURATE OR DETAILED!” But nobody listens. I’m sure that some other toptens users like Metacritic and that I will receive some flak if I don’t put them on here so here they are, don’t hate me!

better than you give it credit for

9 Rollingstone.com

Just an average movie reviewing website. I have nothing negative to say about them, nor anything positive, so they earn a place on here

10 WatchMojo WatchMojo.com is a Canadian-based privately held video content producer, publisher, and syndicator. With nearly 10 billion all-time video views and 16 million subscribers, WatchMojo has one of the largest channels on YouTube.

Ah, I forgot watchmojo! Thank you to whoever added this to the list.

The Contenders
11 FilmAffinity
12 TheTopTens TheTopTens is a website created in 2005, which is used to write top ten lists, where anyone can vote, comment, and write posts about the lists.

I couldn’t not include them on this. This might make no sense, but on lists like “the top ten movies of all time” you can learn a lot about the public’s opinion on things.

13 SensaCine
BAdd New Item