Plastic Trophy’s Wigglehop has been featured in Apple's App Store What’s Hot section, Apps for Movie Lovers section, and Date Night section. It has a lifetime average rating of 4.5 stars, and over 250 wonderful reviews from delighted, enthusiastic customers.

Great design. No clutter. I love this app.

This is not only the best movie times application I have used but one of the best apps, period. It has an elegant, clean design that is easy to navigate and understand. I can get in, page through the application, and find everything I’m looking for in less time than it would take to get to the first page in Fandango. It takes a talented design team to make so much information so easily accessible. — Vernon T

Best Synopses

I would like to know more about the person who writes the synopses for this App. They’re evocative without giving anything away. Some of them are downright poetic. Anyway, best movie showtime app I’ve used for that reason and the ability to hide reviews or scores the move has gotten. I try to avoid all that until after I’ve seen it.
— Drew Lyon

Simplicity Simplicity Simplicity

It takes six taps to find a movie near you. Six. That’s the best thing about this app. No annoying ads or overdone UI. It’s only the parts you need when finding a movie: location, theaters, movies, showtimes. Plus your choices are saved so you can make some plans for the evening and then easily refine them as the night goes on. I’ll definitely be using this the next time I head out to the movies!
— Paradoxbomb

Fast and To The Point!

This app is incredibly fast! Jeez! So much faster than Flickster, which takes a crapton longer to load. I love that it gets you directly to the movies and theaters, then logs your plan for you. Basically, it cuts out all that extra crap you don’t need. :) great for date night when your boyfriend’s on the phone asking you to look up what’s going on at the theater! — Sherilynn Macale

Just Great

This app has everything you want. You can watch the trailers right in the app and it is so easy to use. It has no clutter! It is really the best app have ever used.
— L6954276658


Great design, fast and fluid. The best part of this app is the amazing, hilarious synopses. Brilliant! — SpecialTheories

Beautiful interface, my go-to movie app

So simple, so easy to use. One of the best executed apps I’ve seen. — redningja

Great design. No clutter. I love this app.

This is my favorite app to find movies, hands down the best of all I tried. — irfan72


Wigglehop is a fast, easy way to make movie plans on the iPhone, iPad, and the web. The app has a great feel, and its workflow is really thoughtful.

— Daring Fireball’s John Gruber

If you plan on going to a movie at any time in the near future, Wigglehop is definitely a service you should try. I’m confident you’ll come away from the experience loving it and looking forward to using it again.

— The Next Web’s Jeff Cormier

I was impressed with the elegant and intuitive design of his free app Wigglehop. It's unlike other apps that show movie times, because you don’t look up showtimes with it so much as build your own custom movie listings.

— iPhone Life Magazine’s Jim Karpen

If you’re a frequent moviegoer, and especially if you regularly go to the movies with family or friends, Wigglehop is a standout app that makes planning—and sharing those plans—easy.

— Macworld’s Dan Frakes

Wigglehop lets you search based on what's most relevant to you—your location, the film you want to see, or what's playing at a certain time. It'll even keep track of the movies you plan to see by just adding it to your "plans," giving you an itinerary of films for the next few days.

— Life Hacker’s Adam Dachis

The nuanced integration of social networking is the interesting perspective Wigglehop brings to the iTunes store. With one touch you have the opportunity to connect and plan with your friends via Facebook, Twitter, email, or text message. The pertinent details are in the text, and there is a link to the online information at

— App Safari’s Jenni Ward

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Push for better."

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