I am talking about Flixster Movies, which a free extension for the Google Chrome internet browser.
After installing this wonderful extension, like most other Chrome extensions, you will see its icon in the address bar.
The icon has been stylishly designed into a red popcorn-bucket shape.
Click on the icon and you will see a drop down window showing you the current most popular movies along with their RottenTomatoes’ score so you know what critics have to say about a particular entry.
With each entry you can see the TRAILER option. Click this option to play the trailer within this drop down window.
You can use the search bar to search for trailer not visible in the drop down window. You can type the name of an actor or movie and press the RETURN/ENTER key which opens up a relevant Flixster page in a new tab. I searched for Christian Bale and his Flixster page opened up with trailers and clips of various movies.
Flixster is a movie reference utility and a social tool for sharing and discovering movies with your friends. With this Chrome extension, users can easily get quick access to showtimes and search thousands of other movies in the Flixster database. We movie junkies cannot afford to overlook this extension.