The discussion area of the site is like a forum, where movie fans can start a discussion or join conversations around the films they love or hate
New York, New York (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Even years after a movie’s release, some movies still have people talking about them. Filmbuffet, an online movie community, recently compiled a list of the top 10 films movie fans generating the most discussion on the site.
The free movie social site, Filmbuffet, features a movie discussion area called “Buzz” where movie fans start or join conversations on any movie-related topic. Since the site launched last September, the site discussions have covered a broad spectrum of topics from worst movie of all time to early Oscar predictions. “The discussion area of the site is like a forum, where movie fans can start a discussion or join conversations around the films they love or hate,” states Timothy Stevens, CEO of Filmbuffet. “This area also serves as an area where members can post questions and get answers to their most pressing film issues.”
In 2012, the top 10 most discussed movies on the online movie community, Filmbuffet are:
Moneyball- Filmbuffet movie fans anticipated this film would be an early Oscar contender last year and it ended up with six Oscar nominations and won the AFI Film of the Year award in 2011. The film has also been noted as one of the great baseball movies and one of the best films based on a book.
Bridesmaids - From top summer movie picks to comparing Bridesmaids to Hangover this Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo penned comedy remains one of the most discussed films on Filmbuffet.
Elf – Topping the list of favorite holiday movies in the “Buzz” discussion of Filmbuffet, Elf remains one of the most discussed films on the site.
Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol – Whether or not Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol flop or best installment yet? Is just one of the on-going discussions based on the fourth installment in the Mission Impossible series.
The Hunger Games (2012) – Whether The Hunger Games is a rehash of the 2000 Japanese film “Battle Royale,” or the moments of the film movie fans enjoyed most, The Hunger Games is one of the movies fans continue talking about.
Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes – Making the list of movies to see in 3D, this science fiction movie follows Caesar, a chimpanzee that gains human like intelligence and emotion. Discussions range what fans loved or disliked about the film.
The Help – An Oscar winning film, The Help was 2011 adapted from the novel with the same name by Kathryn Stockett. Set in 1960s Mississippi, the film follows a number of black women who spent their lives taking care of wealthy southern families.
Midnight In Paris – Oscar winning Woody Allen film follows Gil (Owen Wilson) on his daily midnight walks in Paris to find writing inspiration and revelation about his life and relationships.
The Tree Of Life – Nominated for three Oscars, the Tree of Life is one of the films recognized for amazing cinematography. The film follows the life of Jack O'Brien played by Sean Penn and the challenges he had with his strict father (Brad Pitt) and his loving and religious mother (Jessica Chastain).
Gran Torino – The 1972 Ford Gran Torino featured in the movie is named as one of the most iconic cars in the movies in the “Buzz” on Filmbuffet.
Movie fans are invited to join the film discussion on Filmbuffet. Movie fans can join for free using their Facebook ID or creating a unique member ID. Once signed up members can start or join conversations, rate movies, highlight their favorite movies, rate films, watch movie trailers, meet others who share their passion in film and discover new movies.
Headquartered in New Vernon, New Jersey, Filmbuffet brings movie lovers the first social networking and movie cataloging site of its kind. With a blend of talent, ingenuity and business savvy, founders Timothy Stevens and Juan Carlos Martinez brought their creativity and expertise together to bring a new experience to movie fans everywhere. Filmbuffet invites movie fans to build their own virtual movie catalog and connect with other movies fans about the films they’re passionate about. To learn more, visit Filmbuffet.