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    Google's Robots' Favorite Films (as far as I can tell...)

    With our software upgrade, Google's robots seem suddenly fond of the site.

    Ocassionally I check in to see what threads the robots are feasting upon (have no idea how they choose them but there seems to be some computer logic informing it all). In the spirit of the Best-of's lists, I will compile a list of threads that Google finds interesting and post them here. There are sure to be some oldies from way back in this list:

    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...ubrick-s-point Kubrick related
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...ttle-princess! A Little Princess
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...ing-%281982%29 The Thing
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...-Inland-Empire Inland Empire
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...ing-%281982%29 The Thing again!
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...ssshinnnninggg Shining
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...n-amazing-film Lost in Translation
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...-saddest-thing The Good Girl
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...Cach-by-Haneke Cache
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...dheads-in-Film Redheads in Film
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...gged-in-images Plugged in Images
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...fe-in-pictures A Life in Pictures (Book about Kubrick)
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...enheit-as-Film Fahrenheit911
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...ss-is-business Art House Theaters Feature
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...ak-Silent-Type The Secret Lives of Dentists
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...-of-SPELLBOUND Spellbound
    http://www.filmleaf.net/showthread.p...gets-political Ararat

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    The GOOD GIRL discussion is all people who're long gone. They hated the movie, which I liked, thought it had some very droll moments. Maybe this was before I joined. On the other hand the INLAND EMPIRE thread is one I started. I remember that. If it had been with the new software I could have had a nice still!

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    The GOOD GIRL discussion is all people who're long gone. They hated the movie, which I liked, thought it had some very droll moments. Maybe this was before I joined. On the other hand the INLAND EMPIRE thread is one I started. I remember that. If it had been with the new software I could have included a nice still!

    Is it not a bit faux naive of you to say: "With our software upgrade, Google's robots seem suddenly fond of the site "? It's fond of every site that has the right kind of links, isn't it?

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    Shining, Inland Empire, The Thing and now Cache. Oh Google, so dark...

    So I assume you can now post images or...?

    You know, you could always go back and add images. Would only take about 2 months...

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    I'm sure there's a reasons for this order. In the waves of the Web, they're the first Filmleaf pebbles swept up on shore.

    Yes. There is a temptation to go back and post images for the rest of my life. On my own site when I'm referred back to an old review for some reason I may add an image.

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