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Free Movies @ Film Metro

27 Jul

Want to get into the hottest films before they are released? Here is a little secret. Film Metro is the online source for information about free movie screenings tickets. All you have to do is sign-up on the website and start getting alerts when movie screenings open up in your area. In the past, you””ve had to know someone or call hundreds of times you local radio station to win tickets. Now just sign-up online and start seeing the movies!

Steps to start seeing free movies:
1.Sign Up For A Free Account
2. Download Movie Passes
3. Enjoy Free Movie Screenings

http://www.filmmetro.com

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The Filter – Search Music & Movies You Like

9 Mar

For years if you went into a store and were looking at something, the sales person would come and say, “If you like this item, then you might also like this item.” Amazon took that concept of suggesting items you might like and rolled it into their online store ten years ago. This concept of suggestive retail is now living strong and has catapulted into other arenas. Now most of your popular social networks like Facebook will suggest other friends you should add to your list. Now the Filter, a new website that is like a search engine, leads you to music and movies you’ll enjoy.

The Filter is a website that will suggest music and movies based on your tastes. Type in an artist, you’ll download an artist bio, videos and essential songs plus a list of others that are similar. Then you can slide the familiarity and time scale to narrow down the related artists. You can likewise do the same¬†when you do a movie search too!

Try the Filter; it recommends music and movies based on your tastes.
http://www.thefilter.com/

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I’m All About This Blog Series!

28 Dec


Want to discover everything about music, movies and games? The “all” family of blogs features in-depth stats and facts about each of these topics written by their staff of experts/fanatics.

What I like about this series of blogs is that from one search you can discover and connect facts. For example, if you are a fan of the band U2 you may discover that they were influenced by David Bowie, the Hothouse Flowers followed their sound, Duran Duran sounds like them, and that many artists covered their music. You can literally get lost on these sites for hours by clicking around from one fact to another.

Explore:

  • Top Searches
  • New Releases
  • Editors Choice
  • Spotlight

All Movie – http://www.allmovie.com/
All Music – http://www.allmusic.com/
All Game – http://www.allgame.com/

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Metromix

26 Aug

A new way to find events in your city is at Metromix, a new conglomerate event website. Currently the website features unique content for: Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Cleveland, Connecticut, Denver, Des Moines, Detroit, Hampton Roads, Honolulu, Jersey Shore,Lehigh Valley, Los Angeles, Louisville , Nashville, New York, Orlando, Rochester, South Florida, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Washington D.C. and the Twin Cities.

Metromix was at Cleveland Ingenuity Festival a few weeks ago touting their new website. The site features interviews with local celebrities, restaurant reviews and scenes from nightlife. I personally like their calendar featuring today’s events. The site is more than just information though, it seems to be pushing the envelope into social networking by encouraging visitors to participate in music and movie reviews.

If you are looking for places to go and people to see, then check out:
http://metromix.com/

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Movie Talk: Best Movies of 2005

6 Mar

Last Sunday, the Academy Awards picked their favorite movies of 2005. Reese Witherspoon won best actress for her role in “Walk the Line” and Phillip Seymore Hoffman won as best actor in “Capote”. The picture of the year went to “Crash” starring a variety of cast members including Matt Dillion and Terrence Howard. Now, I’ve put together my own list of the top 10 movies of 2005.

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