Pin on My Fave Asian DramasA typical movie fan desires good, critical reviews that are based off of their own likes and dislikes. This could include what top of genres they like, what directors, actors, and release date Dramacool. Yes, release date. A majority of today’s movie fans consider any movies made before the 70’s to be out dated. This is no ones fault but summer blockbusters. All of which have been destroying complex movies since the 1975 blockbuster smash “Jaws. ”

So, how do people get these kinds of reviews? You know the ones that are catered towards their own tastes, not the taste of the masses and more importantly not the tastes of the critics. People who like sci fi will often disagree with a critic who only likes family drama. So, to solve this problem it is now up the crowd to write their own reviews, and explain who they think it is for. A website profile could be really handing in determining if any given reviewer is even with in the same type of preference taste.

A movie profile or movie personality profile can give the reader, user, or member a great indication of what kind of movies they like and portray it accurately. What could be included on this type of profile is their favorite genre, least favorite genre, favorite movie they are proud of, favorite directors, and even general information about themselves. Also, they could even include what the last movie was that they saw.

Ok, we now have typical movie lovers who write reviews and have a detailed movie profile where a general reader can get an idea of what they like and don’t like. What is next? A personal top movie list based on what ever criteria the user sets. This not only solidifies the love (or hate) for certain movies, it also solidifies the ranking that they give it. Typically if a person “loves” Finding Never Land then chances are they should place it on a top movie list. If it’s not on their top list, then they truly do not love it and will adjust their ratings so. The top movie list carries heavy weight in determining a person’s movie tastes. It is like the ultimate validator.

Next, they need recommendations. This does not include bad recommendations taken directly from personal past vote history, but from everyone’s past vote history, demographics, and gender. There are two ways to accomplish this: a complex math function and movie friends. The math is great. It is quick and easy and accurate if used properly.

But, movie friends are the ultimate in friends. Often they will stick up for movies until the end of time, but they will also be honest with you after reason and can recommend some serious flicks to you. If a true movie friend, they will look at all they know about you and offer their best guess based on your vote history and human conversations with them. The Simpson’s are the longest running animated cartoon series, and one of the most well known and funniest cartoons. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case for me in this movie, and frankly, I think they should stick with TV. Their large ad campaign enticed me to watch, and actually, I couldn’t wait to see it. With 7-Elevens being called Kwik-E-Marts, and different products like generic coke be named Buzz Cola, every minute, a Simpsons commercial comes on. Except I found that the commercials were funnier than the actual movie! I saw the Spider Pig commercial so many times, that when it came on screen, my lips didn’t come close to a smile.

Truth be told, the parts chosen in the commercials, are the most irrelevant parts in the movie, and since the commercials make the movie seem random and funny, why wouldn’t you want to see it? If you want to see it though, don’t have high expectations coming in though, because the movie probably will disappoint you. After all, the cartoon series is great, why shouldn’t the movie be just as good? They made such a big ad campaign, and had a ton of promotions, their commercials were funny though random, and hello, it’s a Simpson’s Movie! I do find the beginning of the movie rather ironic, where the Simpson’s family are sitting in the movie theater watching an Itchy and Scratchy movie. Homer then stands up during the middle of the movie, and asks why they had to pay to see a movie that they could see for free on a movie. Then he goes on to say that everyone in that audience is a sucker, than he points at the screen, and says especially you! It’s funny, because at the end of the movie, you get out of your seat and stretch, reviewing the whole movie, and realize he is right, you are a sucker for watching this movie.

Don’t get me wrong, if you are a Simpson’s fan like me, go ahead and see it, but don’t cover up the fact that the movie wasn’t that great. The plot is pointless, it has nothing to do with the cartoon series “timeline”, and the movie doesn’t have much to offer except for the hype of Kwik-E-Marts opening up everywhere. I don’t want to leave this movie off on a bad note, so I want to congratulate the marketers and producers on a job well done, they got what they want, money. What else could they possibly want out of this movie? So if you want, go ahead and see the movie, who am I to tell you what to do. The only reason I can see why you should go to it, is because “everyone has seen it except you”. Now, if you don’t like it, I hate to say it, but I told you.