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Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2015

Here's my list: http://listology.com/tomelce/list/film-log-2015

12/19/2014 View
Film Log 2014

I'll be joining again. Props to you for stepping up and taking the reins now that kaplan is gone. I look forward to next year and hopefully I won't burn out as quickly as I did this year.

12/15/2014 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2015

Count me in. Will make my list page shortly.

12/15/2014 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2014

Since there doesn't seem to be an update in the offing (or at least there wasn't when I started this post, Ultimo Lee! ;)), I went ahead and compiled a simple update of the rankings myself. Hopefully kaplan remains in good health and we'll see some activity here soon.

(26 May) [146 Days]
1. tom_elce 306
=======⥣⥣⥣ > 2 films/day ⥣⥣⥣=======
=======⥥⥥⥥ < 2 films/day ⥥⥥⥥=======
2. mightysparks 240
3. loonapick 185
=======⥣⥣⥣ > 1 film/day ⥣⥣⥣=======
=======⥥⥥⥥ < 1 film/day ⥥⥥⥥=======
4. Tatum 140
= Ultimo Lee 140
6. dashforcover 136
7. Puzzgal 134
8. McJoJo 118
9. mamushka 109
10. bpchicky 97
11. Laivaren 96
12. skullduggerish 93
13. kaplan 89
14. danvers 87
15. julesyoung 86
16. LukeRobot 74
17. nyybella 66
18. guardianryoga 64
19. mattmakins 56
20. Lendoxia 44
21. nukualofa 28
22. hinterland 25
23. kgracetasticsake 22
24. AJDaGreat 20
25. alberkin 16
26. aaliyah16 8

I remain in the lead, averaging just over two films per day. mightysparks remains comfortable in second place, ahead of loonapick. Besides myself, mightysparks and loonapick are the only players who average more than 1 film per day (down 4 from this time last year). The most interesting competition at the minute is between 4th and 7th place, where there's only six films in it.

5/26/2014 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2014

Haha, you beat me to it XD

5/26/2014 View
2014 Film Log

Just noticed something: your listings for March are dated as if they were the listings for February.

4/2/2014 View
Film Log 2014

Ah, well-spotted! Fixed. Thanks.

2/7/2014 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2014

I'm in. Hopefully I can be a bit more consistent than last year.

http://listology.com/tomelce/list/film-log-2014

1/9/2014 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2013

Get well soon!

10/1/2013 View
Films Seen: 2013

Haha, yeah, I somehow manage to squeeze all those things in while watching so many movies. Not that I think I'll be watching them this regularly throughout the year.

1/15/2013 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2013

In again... http://www.listology.com/tomelce/list/films-seen-2013

1/2/2013 View
Films Seen: Listology Scoreboard 2012

Pretty happy with my showing this year, even though I'll probably drop to 7th if and when rwebb updates. But next year I shall defeat you mightysparks, even if I have to alienate everyone I care about! (But seriously... well done!)

12/31/2012 View
Vote: What are the Top 10 Most Invigorating Films of All Time?

1. Tout va Bien (Jean-Luc Godard, 1972)
2. A.I. Artificial Intelligence (Steven Spielberg, 2001)
3. Casualties of War (Brian De Palma, 1989)
4. Bonnie and Clyde (Arthur Penn, 1968)
5. His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks, 1941)
6. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Howard Hawks, 1953)
7. Mission to Mars (Brian De Palma, 2000)
8. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (Edgar Wright, 2010)
9. South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (Trey Parker, 1999)
10. Show Me Love (Lukas Moodysson, 1998)

All these films strike me as landmark pictures within their own genre and they jumped out of me when I considered this category in the way that Zacharyyy originally did (which seems like the best way to approach this category, imo).

12/25/2012 View
Vote: What are the Top 20 Greatest Films of All Time?

1. Tout va Bien (Jean-Luc Godard, 1972)
2. Made in U.S.A. (Jean-Luc Godard, 1966)
3. In a Lonely Place (Nicholas Ray, 1950)
4. Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock, 1954)
5. Casualties of War (Brian De Palma, 1989)
6. Metropolis (Fritz Lang, 1927)
7. Rope (Alfred Hitchcock, 1948)
8. A.I. Artificial Intelligence (Steven Spielberg, 2001)
9. JLG/JLG (Jean-Luc Godard, 1994)
10. Opera (Dario Argento, 1987)
11. The Emerald Forest (John Boorman, 1985)
12. Bride of Frankenstein (James Whale, 1935)
13. Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock, 1960)
14. Masculin Feminin (Jean-Luc Godard, 1966)
15. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (Steven SPielberg, 1982)
16. Night of the Hunter (Charles Laughton, 1955)
17. Au hasard Balthazar (Robert Bresson, 1966)
18. Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean, 1962)
19. Femme Fatale (Brian De Palma, 2002)
20. Un Chien Andalou (Luis Bunuel, 1929)

After much agonising, this was about the best I could do in terms of putting together a list I was happy with. Would probably look way different if I did it all again tomorrow but I guess that's the nature of the beast. However, the films on this list are all masterpieces in my opinion -- it's just that there are so many other masterpieces too! (The seen and the unseen.)

12/25/2012 View
Films Seen: 2012

Hi, I'd be delighted to contribute to these. Will try to get my votes in to these polls as soon as possible.

12/23/2012 View