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Introducing FeedFliks Quiz

Here’s a fun way to kill some time: FeedFliks Quiz! Just click on that link to take the quiz: you will be shown the brief synopsis of a movie and you’ll have 5 seconds to guess the name of that movie.

See if you are a real movie buff. Like it? Just play it again – we’ve seen several users play the game a dozen times in a row!  If you think your friends might like it, just use the Twitter and Facebook buttons to share the quiz with them too. It’s a great way to take a break or kill some time.

Email if you have suggestions to improve the Quiz.


FeedFliks now lets you see and share more of your ratings

Your Ratings FeedFliks is now trying to help you access and share more of your ratings. Earlier, most FeedFliksers saw no more than 20 of their most recent Netflix ratings.

Now, we’re checking if you’ve rated any of the movies that you’ve rented/streamed in the past. This has helped us pull in millions of more ratings across all our users and most of you should be able to see many more than just the 20 you’ve seen thus far. Further, rather than just list your ratings one after the other, FeedFliks is now allowing you to show off your ‘Ratings Shelf’ – this is a list of the movies you’ve rated from Loved (5 stars) through to Hated (1 star). We’ll pick 5 titles at random for each rating level and show them to you. You can also share this page – on Facebook or Twitter or via email. The link to this is your FeedFliks page followed by a /ratings. For example:

Remember: Your Netflix movie ratings are private by default so if you want to share them, you’ll need to explicity make this page public by going to

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Posted by on December 22, 2009 in facebook, feedfliks, feedflix, netflix, privacy, ratings



Share any particular movie review

Here’s something that should really be useful to all of you prolific reviewers out there: you can now get a permalink to any one particular review that you can share with your friends. Rather than have to scroll through dozens (or hundreds!) of your reviews, they can quickly and easily get to the exact movie review you choose.

For example, here’s my review page with a review of Match Point:

Movie Reviews Page

Movie Reviews Page

Now, under each review, you’ll see a permalink to that particular review. The permalink for my review of Match Point happens to be:

Click on this and you’ll get a page that shows just that review:

Review Permalink Page

Review Permalink Page

This link ( will always work even if you go back and make edits to your review. It’s super-easy now to share your favorite review on Twitter, Facebook, Email or on  Blogs.


Posted by on September 18, 2009 in facebook, feedfliks, feedflix, permalink, reviews, sharing, twitter