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Note that each time you add a rating as part of a diary entry/review (or update an old diary entry/review), your ‘default’ rating for the film is updated to the new value. You can edit a diary entry and/or add a review at any point after logging a film.

Simply go to the diary entry page from the Diary tab in your Films section, and find the option to Add a Review.

With lists, you can collect and share groups of films (or keep private lists for yourself).

All Letterboxd members have a “watchlist” to collect films they’d like to see.

Letterboxd is named for our love of the widescreen format, and has nothing whatsoever to do with orienteering or that thing in . The easiest interaction is to mark films you’ve seen using the ‘eye’ icon on each poster.

You can rate films and perform other actions from the Actions menu on the poster as well.

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Letterboxd supports a limited set of HTML tags for formatting and linking to other content. When logging diary entries for films you watched more than two weeks in the past, we show your followers a maximum of one item per hour, to prevent this activity from saturating their feeds.Wikipedia defines letterboxing as the practice of transferring film shot in a widescreen aspect ratio to standard-width video formats while preserving the original aspect ratio. Some features are only available by upgrading to a Pro or Patron account.Generally this is accomplished by adding mattes (or “black bars”) above and below the picture area. Create an account — there is no requirement to be invited by another member. (Also, check out the legal version.) Short answer: however you like.Each film you mark as watched is added to your profile, allowing others to see what you’ve watched, and the site to optionally hide films we know you’ve seen when browsing some pages.Use the ‘Add a Film’ button to review a film, or to record the date you watched it—do this as you watch films (to populate your Diary) or to share your opinion of a film you’ve seen in the past.

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