fflick, is a new web servie built to try to harness Twitter and turn it into a massive movie critic. Here’s how it works:
“After logging in and integrating your Twitter account, you’ll see a grid of films that’re in theaters and opening soon, each with a percentage rating showing overall sentiment of the film. Clicking on a film’s logo will take you to real meat of the site: the filtered tweets themselves. Initially you’ll see a list of tweets from your friends relevant to movie you’re looking at — this could prove very useful if you’re following a lot of movie buffs on Twitter, but your mileage may vary. Second tab presents a list of tweets that the site has deemed interesting, which usually means they were tweeted by a celebrity or news outlet.
Finally, you’ll find the Positive and Negative tweets, which display a list of tweets that the site has automatically categorized using its sentiment engine.”
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