There's no shortage of Internet sites and services that rate movies.
RottenTomatoes and Metacritic compile critics' reviews; while IMDB.com lets users pick the Top 250 movies of all time. If you want to know what your Facebook friends thought of a film, there's the Flixster Movies application for Facebook and the iPhone.
Despite such a crowded landscape, two Central Florida entrepreneurs think they've come up with a better way to figure out which movies really are the greatest of all time. On Wednesday, Nathan Chase of Winter Garden and Jeremy Thompson of Apopka will launch Flickchart, a free site that ranks movies by giving users a decidedly simple choice: which film do you like better, movie A, or movie B?
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