"Have you seen any good movies recently?" is something I usually ask my friends as I start to make weekend plans. My friends are the most important movie critics to me, and we're constantly exchanging opinions about movies, whether in person or online.
The web is better with friends, especially for inherently social activities like movies, so we're working with Rotten Tomatoes to make it easier for you to take your friends to the movie review site. You'll immediately see the reviews most relevant to you, without having to register, search for friends, or fill out a profile.
Taking the Facebook Experience to Rotten Tomatoes
If you're already logged into Facebook, Rotten Tomatoes will now be personalized the moment you arrive. Through instant personalization, you'll see your friends' reviews prominently, as well as the movies they've recently liked or want to see, and recommendations based on the movies you've liked or reviewed from across the web. Next time you're trying to decide on a movie to watch, you'll be able to see what the professional critics and your friends say all in one place.
Like other instant personalization partner websites, you only bring the public parts of your profile to Rotten Tomatoes so they can create your social experience. Check out our video to learn more about the program.
From restaurant reviews to music and television, we plan on working with select partners to create great experiences where having your friends there makes all the difference. Until then, from the theater or the couch to online, it should be easy to take your friends with you to the movies.
Austin, a Facebook Platform Product Manager, is still asking his friends about "Inception."