So what's the #1 film globally at Flickchart right now?I Heart Movies is a movie information site that's essentially trying to take on IMDb by combining detailed movie information with ratings, recommendations, and reviews.
Then they're shown two new films, they pick the best and get two more, etc.
If it seems odd to see , well, it seemed odd to me at first as well.
Film Crave is a fun movie rating and review social site that rewards users for participation using a points system.
The site gives users points for rating movies, adding reviews, making lists, or writing plot summaries.
According to Big-Boards.com, the message boards at IMBd sport a whopping 13 million posts, and over 4 million members, making it one of the biggest discussion communities on the Internet.
In addition to message boards, IMDb offers cast and crew listings for the most comprehensive list of films and television shows you'll ever find, trivia, quotes, reviews, ratings, goofs, box office data, trailers, photos, news, show times, plot descriptions, filming locations, and more.
sequel has already made over 0 million at the US box office — good for a spot in the top 15 highest grossing films of all time.
But if you want your movie experience to extend beyond the theater, where should you turn?
Criticker makes it painfully easy to rate films — it gives you a list of movies and for the ones you've seen you enter a number between 0 and 100, as well as a review of under 500 characters (not required).
Once you've rated enough films, the site starts to suggest films you might like (based on what they call a Probability Score Index), and pair you with people you might get along with based on a similar taste in movies (the TCIs).
But the logic makes sense — one of those two movies you enjoyed more than the other, so if you had to make a definitive list, which one would you pick?