A few strictly-followed rules may be just what you need to perfect your chart. This week, our bloggers share a few of their own!
Which philosophy of Flickchart do you embrace? The quest for the perfect Flickchart, or the contentment of a fluid Flickchart?
One of our past contributing bloggers, moviejuyjon (Jon Hardesty), has a new bite-sized, Flickchart-centric YouTube series he’s calling “Flickchart Fights”! Check it out!
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.
Take a trip back with us thirty years to discover what films have stood the test of time from 1985.
We continue our decade countdown with the Top Ten Films of 1945 according to Flickchart users.
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!
If you could go back in time, what wrong would you correct? The Academy Awards highlight some of the best films ever made, but they certainly don’t always get it right. Let’s travel back to 2005 and see which Best Picture nominee should have won.
We count down the Top Ten Films of 2005 according to Flickchart users.
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.