Dedicated to cinephiles, Movie Watching Log is a software utility that enables you to create records with details about favorite movies, in order to put together a local database. It supports file attachments and contains intuitive options that can be tackled with ease.

The installation procedure is a speedy task that shouldn't impose any difficulties, since there are no special options, mandatory software products, or third-party offers involved.

As far as the interface is concerned, Movie Watching Log opts for a standard window that doesn't put emphasis on graphical elements, yet it's easy to navigate, thanks to the neatly organized structure and the fact that all options are visible.

New records can be created by specifying your name, movie name, date when you watched it, the name of actors, if you watched it on TV, DVD or a the theater, the person who recommended it, your personal rating, a summary of the storyline, movie incidents you'd like to remember, along with additional comments.

All changes can be saved or reset with the click of a button. Records are saved to XML files, which are automatically stored in a folder on the primary partition.

It's possible to delete the current record or attach a file to it, send it via email, print or export data to HTML format, as well as view all records in a table opened in an XML file.

It didn't put a strain on the computer's performance in our tests, thanks to the fact that it needed a low amount of CPU and RAM to function normally. No error dialogs popped up and it didn't hang or crash.

On the other hand, the price of the full package seems too much, especially when considering that there are many tools out there offering similar features for free. Nevertheless, you can test Movie Watching Log for yourself.