My weekly review and viewing round up and this week, a small favour…
Hello everyone. I had a great week this week with more followers from wordpress and loads of generous re-tweets, shares and follows on FB and Twitter.
So thank you and why not give these guys a follow on wordpress as my way of showing appreciation;
Reddit was also a massive referrer too, but getting ‘upvotes’ remains as elusive as always. I am really appreciating the traffic I am getting from Reddit but does anyone sometimes think it’s too good to be true? I can only tell you that my visitors are consistent with my views so it’s very encouraging!
I would really welcome your thoughts on this and any tips or comments on your Reddit experiences as it’s a great community site. Please comment below.
Stumbleupon has really dried up though, is anyone experiencing the same?
Twitter is a great networking tool as ever and thanks again for the retweets, follows and mentions. I will make my thanks to you all on Twitter later.
In appreciation for this, I will continue to share as much as I see, and if you like my stuff enough then I would be humbled if you could do the same.
Reviews on ClaratsiMovieBlog last week:
Coriolanus, was a major surprise which managed to dispel my long standing dislike for Shakespeare on film. I have always thought that the dialogue of Shakespeare was ill fitting with many modern interpretations, but due to its modern warfare setting and Ralph Fiennes’ clear passion, it worked here. Read more…
What are your thoughts on Shakespeare on film, does it work for you?
The Life of David Gale was a good movie too, but what I have found out since is that there is a really mixed bag of opinion on it, a commenter informed me of Roger Ebert’s ‘expert’ opinion on it, giving it no stars! But its IMDB rating is very respectable (which is still in my view a reliable rating) and there are plenty of fans out there.
Now, does anyone think any movie is so bad as to be given one star?
Have you ever rated a movie as no stars?
Thank you all again for your visits and support last week and your continued support is very much appreciated!