Are you looking for creative movie tracker spreads for your bullet journal? I’ve rounded up 27 bullet journal movie trackers.
I’m a big movie buff. Not only do I love watching movies, but I also enjoy keeping track of the movies I watch along with the ratings I gave them.
I love the bullet journal pages included below because they give you inspiring ideas for tracking your movies in a creative way.
Gather Your Bullet Journal Supplies
- Mildliner Colored Pens: These are the colored pens I use for my bullet journal. They are the most popular bullet journal pens!
- Washi Tape: Washi tape provides a simple way to personalize your journal.
- Shape Stencils: These stencils include ribbons, banners, and so much more.
- Bullet Journal Printables: If you love printables, you should check out this 50-Page Printable Bullet Journal.
Bullet Journal Movie Trackers
Check out these 27 bullet journal movie trackers.
This simple movie tracker uses dots to provide the ratings for each movie. You can also do something similar for a book tracker.
Bag of Popcorn
This designs screams movie tracker. It’s a bag of popcorn with the actually popcorn being what you use to track and rate the movies you watch.
Red and Yellow
This spread uses colors to track the month and includes the date, movie title and rating.
Popcorn and Polaroids
I love how this tracker uses Polaroids to keep track of movies watched. You’ll have to get creative when it comes to drawing an image that describes the movie.
This movie tracker looks similar to what you’d find in a movie playlist spread. Only this one uses movies of course.
Disney and Pixar
How cool is it to create a tracker that tracks the Pixar and Disney movies that you’ve watched? I would love to do something similar for my own bullet journal.
Fun Fact: The clapperboard is used to assist in the synchronizing of picture and sound as well as to designate and mark the various scenes as they are filmed and audio-recorded.
If you’re a horror movie lover like me, a tracker like this would be great for tracking the scary movies you’ve watched. You could also do something similar for the month of October using Halloween colors.
This tracker uses movie tickets to list the movies they watch to watch, and film to keep track of the movies they’ve watched along with the rating.
Pink and Purple Flowers
This beautiful movie tracker is unique in that it uses pink and purple flowers to keep tracker of movies. They’ve also done something similar with a “books to read” tracker.
Cut Out Movie Tickets
This movie ticket design is a little different from the rest. This one uses cut out movie tickets for the tracker . I love the hand drawn pictures behind the tickets.
When Christmastime comes around, it would be fun to track and rate the movies that you’ve watched for the holiday season.
The spread uses mini posters to keep track of movies watched and books read. I think that it would be fun to create cover designs for each movie and book.
Movie Poster and Rating
Here’s another spread that uses mini movie posters. This one includes a short blurb of what they thought of the movie along with a star rating.
This movie tracker uses a film strip to list and rate each movie. I think that this is such a fun and creative way to keep track of the movies you watch.
Film Strip Drawing
With this spread, you would draw horizontal film strips and draw out the movie title using similar art to the movie poster.
This simple spread is perfect for tracking the Christmas movies you want to watch. You can add your own spin by adding colored lights and maybe even a Christmas tree at the bottom of the page.
Pink and Yellow
Here’s a tracker that uses a unique set of colors. Instead of the classic red and yellow, they’ve used more of a pastel pink and yellow color palette.
Disney Shows and Movies
Here’s another Disney tracker that I really love. What makes this one special is that it’s tracking Disney + movies in particular. What a creative idea.
I like how this movie tracker has the tickets sort of scattered throughout the page. I definitely plan on creating something similar using a red and yellow color palette.
Goat Eating Popcorn
Here’s a creative movie tracker. This is has film strips, nice calligraphy and a cool little goat eating popcorn.
Here’s another creative tracker that uses birdcages for each movie. For some reason talking about movies and seeing this bird themed tracker made me think of the movie The Birdcage. Have you seen it?
I love the idea of tracking the movies you’ve watched on Netflix. I have a feeling that making something like this will help you watch more Netflix movies, therefore putting your subscription to good use.
This tracker is unique because it doesn’t look like your typical movie tracker. I love how they’ve included the streaming service that was used to watch the movie. I also love the handwriting they used here.
Minimalist with Subtle Colors
The movie tracker is pretty minimalist. It uses a film strip design for the header and includes a simple numbered list of the movie watched along with the rating.
Tickets and Bunnies
This tracker includes “movies to watch” using filmstrips and a movie tracker using a simple list. I love the bunnies at the bottom of the movie tracker page.
Books and Movies
These would make a great monthly tracker. You can track the books you’ve read for the month along with this movies you watched.
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