Is it possible to list movies that I have rated 8 or above, ordered by ratings date (desc)?

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In other words, I want the list shown using the URL below, but somehow restricted to only those titles that I've rated 8 or higher.

http://www.imdb.com/list/ratings?star...

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Craig
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Well you could just do this an stop reading when you get to the 7 stars:

http://www.imdb.com/list/ratings?view...

If you want a separate list you can now click the select all checkbox (directly above the individual ones) and then copy it over to a "Movies I've rated 8 or above" list (and repeat for the next page if needed) and you can then add new films individually to that list when you add your ratings.
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Thanks for your response, however it doesn't answer my question.

I want a list that is specifically ordered by ratings date descending, not anything else.

I know I could do what you've suggested, however I've rated thousands of movies over many years, and to find those I've rated 8 or above in the last few months would mean wading slowly through the entire list of all my 10's, 9's and 8's, checking the ratings date for each as I go. Having the list ordered by ratings date descending, and showing only those I've rated 8 or above, would be much simpler and easier. Does anyone know if/how this can be done?

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Craig
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I believe the best you can manage is filtering by other user's ratings:

http://www.imdb.com/user/ur5268055/ra...

With a similar system for your ratings, I don't think it can be done and I'm not sure there is much demand for it.

The only way is follow my suggestion for making another list for 8-10 ratings from you and then sort that by date added, but I am not sure if the date added changes when you copy it across - give it a go.
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I do not see a way of doing this directly in IMDb. However, you can export your list and filter and sort in Excel, Open Office, or Google Docs.
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It's a pity it can't be done. My reason for asking is probably pretty obvious... when friends ask which movies I've seen lately that I would recommend... I was hoping to simply send them a link to the list I've described above (i.e. a list of my recently rated 8's, 9's and 10's).

Thanks to you both for your responses and suggestions.

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Craig

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