So, it’s Friday night and you and your significant other want to go see a movie. As soon as this decision is made, there’s almost always the follow-up question: “What should we go see?” There are a lot of resources at your disposal to help make this decision, including Movies by Flixster, Fandango, IMDb, Metacritic, iTunes Movie Trailers or Wigglehop (a personal favorite).
Most of these apps provide some type of rating aggregator that gives you a snapshot of what movie critics and fans think about a flick, which is extremely useful information when deciding whether or not to see a movie. While these services are great, wouldn’t it be better if you took the three major movie score aggregators (i.e. Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and IMDb) and combined their scores to make one “master” rating? Well, with Moviegram, you can. (more…)
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