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On Yahoo! Movies

Yahoo! Movies has a very smart recommendation system, it's based on your rate movies you watch, I'm not sure how their system work but I believe it has something to do with your personal taste and available genres .

I have 64 rated movies only and based on that rating they are awesomely able to predict if I'm if a movie would fit my taste or not, it's very accurate and I like it and recently started to check if a movie going to fit my taste before heading down town to buy the pirate DVD copy of it.

Using Yahoo! movies is useful even if you are not addicted, using it helped me to watch quality and tasty movies, they also have a weekly recommendation newsletter which will always have something worthy to watch.

Finally Yahoo! has something to do in my e-life and not google.


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