22 March 2010

DVD Verdict Review: Armored



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Review Link: http://www.dvdverdict.com/reviews/armored.php

2 comments:

玉苓 said...

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Tyler said...

Hey Dan,

Sorry to post through comments but I could not find a contact page.

I read through your blog and enjoyed your insightful movie reviews. I am a big movie fan and a few of my favorite movies include The Sixth Sense, The Others and The Usual Suspects. As such I realized that I really love movies with big Surprise Endings. However, you can’t search Amazon for other movies with Surprise Endings and if you search Google, you are more likely to find sites with Spoilers on these movies than find a comprehensive list of Surprise Enders.

I realized that the world needed a site for movie lovers to rank movies in categories that they create as a way to share their views, but also to discover additional movies in a category that they don’t already know. Back to our Surprise Ending example, I have created this category at Rankography and here is my ranking. What is really interesting thought is that while I browsed through other members’ rankings of this category I was able to discover several more movies with Surprise Endings that I had not heard of.

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Need a blogpost topic? No more racking your brain for ideas, with Rankography, you can browse through other members’ Ranking Profiles (which show 4 ranked categories) to look for ideas for your next movie or category review

At Rankography, you can also create Groups – both public and private. If you want to create a private group just for bloggers in a certain movie genre, you can do so on Rankography and then invite the other bloggers that you want to include. Your private group can create private categories to rank and in the near future, we plan to introduce composite rankings (blended averages) for every ranked category. With a private blogger group, you could create an Index of the best movies in a category based on the rankings of an expert group – movie bloggers.

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Tyler

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