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reelgood.com

Founded Year

2015

Stage

Debt | Alive

Total Raised

$10.85M

Last Raised

$4.1M | 2 mos ago

Mosaic Score

+30 points in the past 30 days

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About Reelgood

Reelgood provides streaming services. The company enables users to browse, search, and watch TV shows and movies from Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and more.

Reelgood Headquarter Location

291 Alma Street

Palo Alto, California, 94301,

United States

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The most watched movies of the week on your go-to streaming services. Batman's in 2.

Apr 30, 2022

So, what's everyone been watching this week? Each week, the most popular streamed movies come down to a few things — sheer buzz, smart marketing and PR campaigns, star power, critical acclaim , or a slow burn, word-of-mouth phenomenon that leads uninterested people to finally watch it out of spite. Just to get a sense of what everyone's streaming, we've used data from streaming aggregator Reelgood , which gathers those coveted viewership numbers from hundreds of streaming services in the U.S. and UK. This week, The Batman started streaming on HBO Max last week and is holding steady, with folks revisiting The Dark Knight Rises for more Catwoman and Batman, we guess. Robert Pattinson's Batman pulls its punches.Credit: Jonathan Olley and DC Comics Taking the caped crusader back to his early days, Matt Reeves' The Batman sees Bruce Wayne (Robert Pattinson) on the trail of a serial killer known as The Riddler (Paul Dano), tapping into the darkness that made Nolan's Dark Knight series a success. The cast is pretty stacked with this one, featuring Zoë Kravitz as Cat Woman, Colin Farrell as The Penguin, John Turturro as Carmine Falcone and Jeffrey Wright as Lt. Gordon. — Sam Haysom, Deputy UK Editor What we thought : So, today it is my grim task to tell you The Batman is studded with stars, action, comic book characters, real-world parallels, gorgeous cinematography, and grit-teeth seriousness. But it falls short of exciting or entertaining or fun. It wasn't a ride, but a chore. Considering all the stories that might be told with these characters, the truly daring possibilities it scratches at dwarf the film it actually is. — Kristy Puchko, Deputy Entertainment Editor 2. All the Old Knives No, it's not something we'd advise against selling at a garage sale, it's the new spy movie with Chris Pine and Thandiwe Newton. Pine plays Henry, who's investigating his ex, Celia (Newton), for possibly being a double agent. They worked as CIA intelligence officers back in the day, and were unable to stop a terrorist attack, and the real truth of this will be revealed in the most classic of forms: flashbacks. — Shannon Connellan, UK Editor Bon voyage.Credit: 20th Century Studios Kenneth Branagh has been busy hoovering up Belfast acclaim recently, but before that he both directed and starred in this adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel of the same name. The story is centred on — you guessed it! — a death on the Nile, with detective Hercule Poirot (Branagh) sent in to work out who exactly did what to who. This one comes with a big cast — Gal Gadot, Letitia Wright, and Rose Leslie are among them — and plenty of twists. — S.H. What we thought : When Death on the Nile is not making amusingly bad choices, it's swimming in bloated sequences or reiterating the same point enough to make you seasick. Consequently you may find, as I did, that this whodunnit isn't all that hard to figure out. Humblebrag, but: I had it solved before the end of act one — which left me regrettably little to do the rest of the movie. – Alison Foreman Remember the whole teeth re-edit?Credit: Paramount Pictures If you're watching the Sonic the Hedgehog film for any other reason than Jim Carrey's completely kickass performance, chances are you might find it...fine. Luckily, Carrey's outlandish run as Doctor Robotnik — it's equal parts Riddler and Ace Ventura — keeps this movie from using up all its lives, and with the sequel hitting theatres now with added Idris Elba as Knuckles , it's no surprise this one's in the list this week. — S.C. What we thought: If you’re a Sonic fan of the '90s or '00s hoping for some deep cut references or something that appeals to your developed tastes and critical thinking, you’ll probably walk away disappointed. And if you're looking for a fun movie full of heart and great characters, you'll probably walk away disappointed too, because this movie feels empty, even if it is pretty. — Kellen Beck Attention! Credit: Warner Bros Pictures It's Denis Villeneuve's critically acclaimed big blockbuster adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic 1965 sci-fi nove l, back in the most popular streamed movies of the week, perhaps after it cleaned up at the 2022 Oscars , winning in six categories including cinematography and production design — the most of any film on the night. Dune follows the perils and triumphs of Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) on the spice-fuelled planet Arrakis, and the widespread political upheaval afoot. Plus worms. — S.C. What we thought: Denis Villeneuve has made a big, rich, moody sci-fi tone poem in the style of his previous outing, Blade Runner 2049. If you liked that – and we did – you'll love this, and its 150 minutes will fly by in a kind of pleasant hypnotic trance, with a few flashes of humor to relieve the ever-present tension. — Chris Taylor, Senior Editor People still can't get enough of "CODA. "Credit: Apple TV+ It's the film that both took home Best Picture at the 2022 Oscars , and took a significant step forward for deaf representation in Hollywood. Written and directed by Siân Heder, CODA stars Best Supporting Actor winner Troy Kotsur , Marlee Matlin , and Daniel Durant, who are themselves deaf — casting that doesn't always happen — alongside Emilia Jones. Mashable's Belen Edwards describes the plot : "Adapted from the 2014 French film La Famille Bélier, CODA — which stands for "Child of Deaf Adults" — centers on Ruby Rossi (Jones), a high school senior who is the only hearing member of a Deaf family. CODA trades La Famille Bélier's setting of rural France for Gloucester, Massachusetts, where Ruby helps her father Frank (Kotsur) and brother Leo (Durant) on their fishing boat. She also acts as the family's interpreter — much of the film's dialogue is in American Sign Language." — S.C. What we thought: Thanks to excellent performances and Heder's sharp writing and direction, CODA rises above any possibility of triteness to become a moving, heartwarming, and deeply satisfying film. — Belen Edwards, Entertainment Reporter Back to the start.Credit: Warner Bros. / Jaap Buitendijk The first (and easily best reviewed ) instalment in the Fantastic Beasts saga introduces us to magizoologist Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) in 1926 New York, bumbling around the city attempting to recapture some magical animals he's accidentally let loose while the shadow of dark wizard Grindelwald looms. Expect twists aplenty. — S.H. What we thought : To be fair, the film pulls off a truly thrilling surprise in the final moments, one that suggests future instalments could be fairly exciting. As a standalone movie, however, it can't quite figure out what it wants to be. For many superhero fans, hitting the beats of the battles and intrigue may be enough for a moderately fun night out. For Potter fans who are used to expecting a little more depth with their thrills, Fantastic Beasts could have used a bit more magic. — Erin Strecker Big cast: Zoe Saldana and Ryan Reynolds in "The Adam Project. "Credit: Netflix Ryan Reynolds is on top deprecating form in Shawn Levy's The Adam Project, a time-travelling family adventure about a man who is forced to journey back in time, joining forces with his dad and his younger self in a chaotic attempt to avert future catastrophe. Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, and Jennifer Garner all put in strong supporting performances but the real star of the show is 12-year-old Walker Scobell, who plays young Adam with a perfectly dry sarcasm that makes him an easy sparring partner for his older self. — S.H. What we thought: Plot holes and worldbuilding take a backseat to charming performances and entertaining visuals that make this neat 100-movie worth a watch. — Proma Khosla, Senior Entertainment Reporter Ana De Armas and Ben Affleck take on Patricia Highsmith's novel.Credit: 20th Century Studios There's plenty to tempt you into Deep Water: Ben Affleck teaming up with now-ex Ana De Armas, with Fatal Attraction director Adrian Lyne at the helm, and Euphoria creator Sam Levinson and Stranger Than Fiction's Zach Helm on the script. Based on a novel by Patricia Highsmith, the film follows Vic Allen (Affleck), who'd rather let his wife Melinda (De Armas) have affairs than go through divorce. But then her lovers start disappearing...— S.C. What we thought: With all this incredible talent for brewing desire and deception, Deep Water should be a nerve-shredding, pulse-racing jolt to the system that rattles you, head to toes. Sadly, it cannot pay off the promise of its people. — K.P.

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  • When was Reelgood founded?

    Reelgood was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Reelgood's headquarters?

    Reelgood's headquarters is located at 291 Alma Street, Palo Alto.

  • What is Reelgood's latest funding round?

    Reelgood's latest funding round is Debt.

  • How much did Reelgood raise?

    Reelgood raised a total of $10.85M.

  • Who are the investors of Reelgood?

    Investors of Reelgood include August Capital, Runa Capital, Harrison Metal and Correlation Ventures.

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