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3 fixes for Netflix’s ‘What to watch?’ problem

Wasting time every night debating with yourself or your partner about what to watch on Netflix is a drag. It burns people’s time and good will, robs great creators of attention and leaves Netflix vulnerable to competitors who can solve discovery. A Reelgood study estimated that the average user spends 18 minutes per day deciding.

To date, Netflix’s solution has been its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence that offers personalized recommendations. But that algorithm is ignorant of…

3 fixes for Netflix’s “What to watch?” problem

Wasting time every night debating with yourself or your partner about what to watch on Netflix is a drag. It burns people’s time and good will, robs great creators of attention, and leaves Netflix vulnerable to competitors who can solve discovery. A ReelGood study estimated that the average user spends 18 minutes per day deciding.

To date, Netflix’s solution has been its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence that offers personalized recommendations. But that algorithm is ignorant of…

3 fixes for Netflix’s “What to watch?” problem

Wasting time every night debating with yourself or your partner about what to watch on Netflix is a drag. It burns people’s time and good will, robs great creators of attention, and leaves Netflix vulnerable to competitors who can solve discovery. A ReelGood study estimated that the average user spends 18 minutes per day deciding.

To date, Netflix’s solution has been its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence that offers personalized recommendations. But that algorithm is ignorant of…

3 fixes for Netflix’s “What to watch?” problem

Wasting time every night debating with yourself or your partner about what to watch on Netflix is a drag. It burns people’s time and good will, robs great creators of attention, and leaves Netflix vulnerable to competitors who can solve discovery. A ReelGood study estimated that the average user spends 18 minutes per day deciding.

To date, Netflix’s solution has been its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence that offers personalized recommendations. But that algorithm is ignorant of…

3 fixes for Netflix’s “What to watch?” problem

Wasting time every night debating with yourself or your partner about what to watch on Netflix is a drag. It burns people’s time and good will, robs great creators of attention, and leaves Netflix vulnerable to competitors who can solve discovery. A ReelGood study estimated that the average user spends 18 minutes per day deciding.

To date, Netflix’s solution has been its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence that offers personalized recommendations. But that algorithm is ignorant of…

Netflix’s ‘Someone Great’ is aggressively fine

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Not every Netflix movie can be great, even if you invoke greatness in the titleSomeone Great, which feels like a rom-com but technically isn’t, has a crackling cast and snappy dialogue, but it lacks the x-factor of the sparkling original films among which it tries to stand.

Someone Great tells the story of Jenny (Gina Rodriguez) on the day after she breaks up with Nate (Lakeith Stanfield), her boyfriend of nine years. Jenny urges her best friends Blair (Brittany Snow) and Erin (DeWanda Wise)…

The top 15 ‘Scream’ franchise kills, ranked

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Excuse the morbidity of what I’m about to say — and if you hate slasher flicks and/or spoilers, you may want to stop reading now — but I love, love, love the Scream franchise. 

My feelings ring true for all slasher films — even if they’re bad, which a lot of them are — but there’s something extra-wonderful about the Scream movies. The cast, the fashion, the music, the unbridled dedication to reviving the genre … it’s the epitome of quintessential ’90s campiness.

All four films…

The top 15 ‘Scream’ franchise kills, ranked

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Excuse the morbidity of what I’m about to say — and if you hate slasher flicks and/or spoilers, you may want to stop reading now — but I love, love, love the Scream franchise. 

My feelings ring true for all slasher films — even if they’re bad, which a lot of them are — but there’s something extra-wonderful about the Scream movies. The cast, the fashion, the music, the unbridled dedication to reviving the genre … it’s the epitome of quintessential ’90s campiness.

All four films…

The top 15 ‘Scream’ franchise kills, ranked

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Excuse the morbidity of what I’m about to say — and if you hate slasher flicks and/or spoilers, you may want to stop reading now — but I love, love, love the Scream franchise. 

My feelings ring true for all slasher films — even if they’re bad, which a lot of them are — but there’s something extra-wonderful about the Scream movies. The cast, the fashion, the music, the unbridled dedication to reviving the genre … it’s the epitome of quintessential ’90s campiness.

All four films…

The top 15 ‘Scream’ franchise kills, ranked

TwitterFacebook

Excuse the morbidity of what I’m about to say — and if you hate slasher flicks and/or spoilers, you may want to stop reading now — but I love, love, love the Scream franchise. 

My feelings ring true for all slasher films — even if they’re bad, which a lot of them are — but there’s something extra-wonderful about the Scream movies. The cast, the fashion, the music, the unbridled dedication to reviving the genre … it’s the epitome of quintessential ’90s campiness.

All four films…