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 No.3935

Welcome to Letterboxd general. Post your Letterboxd profiles, follow others, call them pretentious assholes, and discuss movies.

What's everyone watching today, /lbg/?

 No.3936

The last one of these didn't go so well

>>987


 No.3978

Is this like last.fm for movies? Been meaning to keep track of the shit I've been watching.

 No.3979

I'm probably in the minority in that I use https://www.icheckmovies.com/
Usually I don't like assigning a numerical rating to film, which seems to be important at lbx.

 No.3980

>>3979
This.

 No.13601


 No.13603

>>3979

I don't use either but I like that this one has all the film critic lists like TSPDT on the side of the page.


 No.13605

Are there any other LBX type of sites now? I have vague memories that RYM was going to launch a separate site for tracking only films, but I forgot the name.


 No.13619

>>13605

>RYM was going to launch a separate site for tracking only films,

That is https://cinemos.com/

>>13603

>I like that this one has all the film critic lists like TSPDT on the side of the page.

Which one is that?


 No.13629

>>13619

icheckmovies

If you type in the movie it will go to the page and the page has the lists on the side.


 No.13815

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letterboxd.com/OriginalName3/

what's up friends

>>13601

why did you pay for pro you goofball


 No.13816

>>13815

That's a lot of films watched this year. Are you trying for 1200?


 No.13818

>>13815

good taste


 No.13819

>>13815

why don't you write reviews


 No.13830

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>>13815

Reminder that this faggot changed his taste so he wouldn't be considered a pleb by his "patrician" discord buddies.


 No.13831

>>13830

uh oh


 No.13832

>>13819

Maybe we just found out? I have noticed other people on letterboxd (and on the chans) with interesting "taste" but they don't have interesting thoughts or writing. Sometimes they have crafted a self-satisfied antagonistic identity out of their viewing preferences. But it's all talk and no substance.

Reminder that obscure knowledge is not a replacement for intelligence.


 No.13834

>>13830

ok retard


 No.13837

>>13832

That's what happen to amerimutts with their brains on criterion.

>all talk and no substance

Wouldn't mind if it wasn't in english and was a free verse/vers libre poetry.


 No.13841

>>13834

Exactly the type of reply that's to be expected from you. It essentially displays your entire vocabulary.


 No.13942

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Let me know what I should get to next on my watchlist: https://letterboxd.com/cameraman_one/watchlist/

Attached are movies and miniseries I've given a perfect 5/5, although I've weighed cutting one or two out of this group.

>>3979

Does it use a thumbs up/down system as opposed to 0-5 stars on Letterboxd?


 No.13948

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>>13942

Yes, ICM lets you fave or dislike what you have watched. If you have no strong feelings, you just click on the checkmark and move on. While there is not much focus rating and reviewing films, the site is more competitive than lbx because you are ranked against all other users for what you have watched.

As for recommendations I see you have some Cagney and Muni gangster movies in your watchlist. So I'll recommend my #1 film from each actor: White Heat (1949) and I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang (1932).


 No.13951

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>>13948

Right, thank you for the recommendations. As luck so had it, I saw the original ‘’Scarface’’ just yesterday along with the other Howard Hughes classic, ‘’Hell’s Angels’’, and loved every bit of both.

>Yes, ICM lets you fave or dislike what you have watched.

I wish that was a mandatory thing on Letterboxd, actually. The attachment shows how I use the like button to denote what I’d recommend, but use of it like that is pretty much up to the discipline of the user.

>While there is not much focus rating and reviewing films, the site is more competitive than lbx because you are ranked against all other users for what you have watched.

So I’d be ranked in the amount of films logged or by some other metric? That sounds interesting, I ought to give that a try.


 No.13954

>>13951

On ICM you get ranked for how many films you've watched on Official Lists.

https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/?page=1&tags=user:icheckmovies&sort=name

There are 190 official lists, some for the obvious (IMDb Top 250) and others for more interesting exploration (Jonathan Rosenbaum's Essential Films). There are lists by decade, by country, by genre.

You win awards as you get closer to completing a list.

It's handy and kind of fun.


 No.14023


 No.14048

https://letterboxd.com/Rorscach00/

My reviews are shit though, don't judge based on those


 No.14134

I found another one of these sites. Has anyone used it?

https://www.criticker.com/

It looks like they are trying to deliver good recommendations based on your ratings. I don't know if it works well for people who watch unknown films.

Lately I noticed More Like This on imdb pages sometimes has interesting recommendations.


 No.14135

>>14134

From a data mining perspective, by definition you won't have as good recommendations for obscure films as you will for those with a significant training pool (ie mainstream movies)




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