At this time there are performance and cacheability impacts of blocking members everywhere that preclude us from doing this. In the future we would like to address this better.Peter McFrehley supported this idea ·Peter McFrehley commented
I would love to be able to blind myself from the same 3 or 4 people who's reviews continue to show up on the main page every time I check it. The flaw is really with Letterboxd who should make it possible so that a variety of people show up on the main page, but if they won't do that then at least allow us to block people. I need need new reviewers to grow sick of....
Yes, we’d like to do this, but it’s not a quick development job so we’ve not been able to prioritize it to date.Peter McFrehley commented
Even if it weren't a button, but an area of a member's profile that displays some films that both you and that person have rated identically (both good and bad) to give you a sense of how much you may match up with that particular member. Would that be just as hard to implement?
Letterboxd is a cool site that really seems to lack ways to connect with other members who may have similar tastes. I'm really hoping this can improve in 2016.