Predators: A Flickcharter’s Movie Review

Nigel Druitt

An avid Flickcharter since 2009, Nigel is a self-described fanboy whose Top 20 is dominated by the likes of Indiana Jones, Frodo Baggins and Marty McFly. Nigel is the Canadian arm of the Flickchart Blog, but try not to hold that against him. You can find him on Flickchart as johnmason.

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5 Responses

  1. Nigel Druitt says:

    You know, I was remiss in not mentioning that this review was inspired by Daniel Rohr’s previous User Showcase article: Empirical Evidence that Flickchart is the Future of Film Criticism. (Apologies to Mr. Rohr.)

  2. Daniel Rohr says:

    Awww, that’s sweet of you…Seriously though, great job running with the idea, hope you have time for some more.

    I do think you’re insane for ranking solely with the “Which movie would I rather watch RIGHT NOW?” method. I’ve tried it and that’s how awful, terrible, indefensible guilty pleasures like THE LOVE GURU end up inside an otherwise respectable top 10%.

  3. Nathan Chase says:

    You’re killing me Dan. THE LOVE GURU is #736 on my Flickchart, out of 1029. I’m frankly surprised it’s that high.

  4. Nigel Druitt says:

    @Daniel Rohr: Thanks. The biggest problem with me continuing with this idea is that I do not go to the theater very often at all. And if I do, I often don’t go opening weekend. Took me a month to get to both Avatar and Toy Story 3, and they’re the only other two movies I’ve seen at the theater in the past year.

    And, well, everybody has their own method for Flickcharting. For me, films are entertainment first, art second. Doesn’t mean a movie can’t be both, but that’s why I watch movies in the first place.

    I’m just now going to go rank The Godfather, after seeing it for the first time. I’ll tell you right now, it’s only going to be middle of my chart somewhere.

  1. October 19, 2010

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