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Abcducinema can only be the best of its kind if you help us out. As you can well imagine after reading our about page, we have set a quite a tall order in front of us.



We were swinging for the fences


We are looking to create something new here. We’re trying to be profound and this takes a lot of work. We are all ready, willing and eager to put in the time, effort and energy, and we’ve definitely put in the money. Now, the rest is up to you.

We’re trying to build a genuine community around our content, which is of course, driven by the tremendous amount of personal passion we have about this subject matter.

We know that cinema is the best thing since sliced bread. We’d love for people to talk more about films. We’d love for people to enjoy high quality films. Most importantly, eloquently elaborate why they like certain elements, but that is such a big project that we need your help.

We have to recruit you. We need you to volunteer. How? You only just need to send us an email, that’s all it takes. We need feedback on the following.

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Tell us what we're doing right

The great thing about broken clocks is that they are right twice a day. We know we're doing at least something right. The fact that you're reading this means that we did something. We didn't screw up too badly. So, do us a big favor and tell us what we're doing right. What we can promise is that we will improve on our strengths and at the same time, fix our weaknesses. For us to do this, we need to know the things that we have managed to do satisfactorily, and only you can tell us that.


Tell us what went wrong

We know that this website is a work in progress. We know that there's always room for improvement. Our minds are open and you should not expect any resistance out of ego from us. We know that we have a lot to learn, so tell us what went wrong. This can be about the content. This can also be about the site navigation and site operations. Try to pick everything apart. The more details you can give, the better because we will at least know what to fix.


Share your experiences

As you read these materials and as you see our experiences about certain movies, please share your own experiences about those movies. Tell us how old were when you first saw Mary Poppins, The Godfather, or the Star Wars series. Tell us your reaction. Tell us how what it was like to watch it with your friends and family. In other words, give us something that's personal because this is what this website is about. It's all about a shared personal experience.



Share your resources

If you know of a great sources of other criticism or reviews of films, please share them. We are firm believers in the idea that the best way to get value out of an idea is to share it. The more you share it, the more it grows because resources that are featured here are going to be discussed by community members, and everybody is going to get their two cents in. The more people do that, the more valuable these resources become because we will be able to not just figure out why they should use them, but also how to use them in the most optimal and efficient way.


Call us up regarding tips and tricks

We featured tips and tricks here on terms of watching movies, how to watch more and save money, and that kind of stuff, but if we have exaggerated, or if you feel that there's an exaggeration involved, call out obvious lies. There may be some sort of misunderstanding or some misconception here and we don't intend to, so there is any anything inaccurate, please let us know because you're doing us a tremendous favor by giving us the opportunity to correct our mistakes.


Share your story

Everybody has a personal story regarding their favorite movie. My personal favorite is Mary Poppins. When Mary Poppins was first released in the United States, I wasn't even born. I saw Mary Poppins in the mid-80s and I was a little kid. My parents just moved to a new place. It was a really awkward point in my life, and then watching Mary Poppins really gave me a sense of security. It transported me to a previous time world when things seem more settled and more certain. It had a profound impact on me. I would like you to share your stories with movies in this space because we know they do have a profound and deep personal impact at some level or other.