Make room for Room, The Room.
Which philosophy of Flickchart do you embrace? The quest for the perfect Flickchart, or the contentment of a fluid Flickchart?
Is the middle of your Flickchart a mess? Do you struggle when a critical favorite comes up against a nostalgia favorite? Consider a new Flickcharting philosophy.
We all love movies – but do you know which is your favorite? If you want to figure out what your favorite movie is, just follow this easy one-step plan!
What differences are gleaned from creating an organic hand-crafted movie list alongside the algorithmic listmaking of adding and ranking films to your Flickchart? One of our users explores the benefits of both.
This author has found two ways to analyze his Flickcharting in the quest for the perfect chart.
An introduction to a new movie challenge for the month of February. Watch your top unranked romance movies to join in!
Flickchart continues to attract new members and it occurs to me that perhaps a nice catch-up introduction is in order. Since this is the 50th year of James Bond and Skyfall is now in...
See the movie. Rank the movie. Dive into all the things the movie can tell you on Flickchart.
When Jeremy and I came up with the concept for Flickchart, one of the biggest catalysts was that we felt like ratings were never quite good enough to truly describe how much we liked...