You know how much you like reciting movies lines? I know I do and to celebrate the Tribeca film festival’s 15th year, the festival has come up with a karaoke machine, but for acting. The ReActor, as they call it, lets you choose scenes from a variety of classic movies. You act along to the scene; the machine records you, then pops you into the scene and rates your performance. If you score higher than a 96 percent rating, according to the machine’s standards, you get two free tickets to the festival. But if that doesn’t happen, at least you go home with a funny clip of yourself — thanks to a link to a YouTube video — that you can show all those friends you annoy with movie quotes.
The machine debuts Tuesday, the first day tickets are on sale for the festival, which runs April 13-24. Organizers said the ReActor will travel around the city for a bit — you can find its location by following the Tribeca Film Festival on Twitter @Tribeca. The ReActor will eventually make its way to the film festival’s TriBeCa hub at Spring Studios, 50 Varick Street.