There are no stupid questions. Only stupid people. But since you’re here, you’re not one of them.
Even better, since you’ve seen so few movies, that means there are tons of amazing ones you’ve yet to see. Lucky you!
When you do watch more movies, be sure to update me (or FaveFinder) with your ratings. That way FaveFinder can help find you even more movies that match your super-unique tastes. Remember: you’re a snowflake and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.
Next time, be patient. Or watch the funny video clips I put there to protect you from being stimulation-free for so many precious seconds.
If you clicked “Show Me!” too early “by accident”, refreshing the page won’t help either. That’s because your computer is as impatient as you are. It will have stored the previous table in its short-term memory and, instead of bothering to fetch the updated table, it’ll return the same one as before. Until I find a solution for this your best bet is click the “Click here” link below the table, which will take you to the complete updated list of your recommendations.
I’m sharing FaveFinder because I believe our time is worth too much to waste on second-rate entertainment. When we want to relax and be entertained, that should be easy for us. The technology exists to create a world of personalized entertainment, but big companies like Netflix aren’t incentivized to do so. They rather convince you to watch something that’s in their best interests rather than what’s in yours. FaveFinder, on the other hand, uses your interests in movies to make recommendations that are in your own interests.
Also, the more people who share their movie tastes, the more likely there’ll be people with tastes similar to mine, and the better my recommendations will be. So yeah, I’m doing this for completely selfish reasons.
I continue to tinker with the algorithm, so if you have any suggestions or complaints, please don’t be shy. Contact me at email@example.com
FaveFinder whittles down an overwhelming amount of choice to a curated list of movies that you are more likely to enjoy than not. It will also help you identify movies you may not have heard of or considered. But it’s not perfect. That’s why I’ve put the link to the trailer, so you can get an idea if it’s for you before you decide.
And if you’re sure you won’t like some of FaveFinder’s recommendations, let me know which movies they are. Doing so will dramatically improve your recommendations.
Seriously though, your best bet is to both use FaveFinder and pick from the movies that rank highly on both of your lists.
Stay tuned, though, as that’s a functionality I hope to be able to add in the future.