Australian startup Goodfilms has a mission: help you find which film you should watch next. To do so, it doesn’t rely solely on traditional criteria, such as awards and high-profile reviews. As its founder Glen Maddern detailed in an insightful blog post, critically acclaimed movies aren’t necessarily your favorite ones. This is why Goodfilms decided to go beyond quality and add a new factor: rewatchability. “Basically, how much you’d enjoy sitting down to watch it again in the future,” co-founder and CTO John Barton explains. What’s interesting is how Goodfilms combines these elements to build film recommendations. Read the full story at The Next Web.
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