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The Official Academy Awards Challenge - february 2019

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Post by OldAle1 » March 1st, 2019, 3:45 pm

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1. Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (F.W. Murnau, 1927) (re-watch)
Best Picture, Unique and Artistic Production; Best Actress; Best Cinematography; Best Art Direction
2. 1930s cartoons, all nominated for Best Short Subject, Cartoons with the first two being winners 9+9+7+7+7+8+8+9 = 64 minutes

a) Three Orphan Kittens (David Hand, 1935)
b) The Country Cousin (Wilfred Jackson, 1936)
c) Mickey's Orphans (Burt Gillett, 1931)
d) It's Got Me Again (Rudoph Ising, 1932)
e) Building a Building (David Hand, 1933)
f) The Merry Old Soul (Walter Lantz/William Nolan, 1933)
g) Holiday Land (uncredited, 1934)
h) Jolly Little Elves (Manuel Moreno, 1934)

3. Storm Over Bengal (Sidney Salkow, 1938)
Best Music, Scoring
4. Doctor Doolitte (Richard Fleischer, 1967)
Effects, Special Effects; Music, Original Song; Picture; Cinematography; Art Direction - Set Decoration; Sound; Film Editing; Music, Original Music Score; Music, Scoring of Music, Adaptation or Treatment
5. The Mission (Roland Joffe, 1986)
Cinematography; Picture; Director; Art Direction - Set Decoration; Costume Design; Film Editing; Music, Original Score
6. Viva Zapata! (Elia Kazan, 1952)
Actor in a Supporting Role; Actor in a Leading Role; Writing, Story and Screenplay; Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black and White; Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
7. Bohemian Rhapsody (Bryan Singer, 2018)
Picture; Actor in a Leading Role; Film Editing; Sound Editing; Sound Mixing
8. The Longest Day (Ken Annakin/Andrew Marton/Bernhard Wicki/Gerd Oswald/Darryl F. Zanuck, 1962)
Cinematography, Black-and-White; Effects, Special Effects; Picture; Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black and White; Film Editing

9. Animated Shorts, all winners for Short Subject - Cartoons or Animated 15+30+16 = 61 minutes
a) The Hole (John Hubley, 1962)
b) Great (Isambard Kingdom Brunel) (Bob Godfrey, 1975)
c) Logorama (François Alaux/Hervé de Crécy/Ludovic Houplain, 2009)

10. She (Lansing C. Holden/Irving Pichel, 1935) (re-watch)
Dance Direction
11. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (JoelEthan Coen, 2018)
Original Song; Costume Design; Adapted Screenplay
12. The Killing Fields (Roland Joffé, 1984)
Actor in a Supporting Role; Cinematography; Film Editing; Picture; Actor in a Leading Role; Director; Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium
13. She Done Him Wrong (Lowell Sherman, 1933)
Picture

14. More 1930s cartoons, all nominated for Best Short Subject, Cartoons; no winners in this bunch 8+8+7+8+8+9+7+9 = 64 minutes

a) Who Killed Cock Robin? (David Hand, 1935)
b) The Old Mill Pond (Hugh Harman, 1936)
c) Educated Fish (Dave Fleischer, 1937)
d) The Little Match Girl (Arthur Davis/Sid Marcus, 1937)
e) Good Scouts (Jack King, 1938)
f) Hunky and Spunky (Dave Fleischer, 1938)
g) Detouring America (Tex Avery, 1939)
h) The Pointer (Clyde Geronimi, 1939)

15. Naughty Marietta (Robert Z. Leonard/W.S. Van Dyke, 1935)
Sound Recording, Picture

16. Hale County This Morning, This Evening (RaMell Ross, 2018)
Documentary Feature
17. Jerry Maguire (Cameron Crowe, 1997)
Actor in a Supporting Role; Picture; Actor in a Leading Role; Original Screenplay; Film Editing
18-19. Shorts - first two nominees for Animated Short Film, next five for Live Action Short Film 14+9+19+17+19+30+20 = 128 minutes

a) Animal Behaviour (David Fine/Alison Snowden, 2018)
b) Late Afternoon (Louise Bagnall, 2017)
c) Madre (Rodrigo Sorogoyen, 2017)
d) Fauve (Jeremy Comte, 2018)
e) Marguerite (Marianne Farley, 2017)
f) Detainment (Vincente Lambe, 2018)
g) Skin (Guy Nattiv, 2018)

20. Zimna wojna / Cold War (Pawel Pawlikowski, 2018)
Foreign Language Film; Director; Cinematography
21. The Nun's Story (Fred Zinnemann, 1959)
Picture; Actress in a Leading Role; Director; Adapted Screenplay; Cinematography, Color; Sound; Film Editing; Music, Scoring of a Dramatic or Comedy Picture
22. Minding the Gap (Bing Liu, 2018)
Documentary Feature
23. Five Star Final (Mervyn LeRoy, 1931)
Picture
24. Capharnaüm / Caparnaum (Nadine Labaki, 2018)
Foreign Language Film
25. The Private Life of Henry VIII (Alexander Korda, 1933)
Actor in a Leading Role; Picture
26. Captain Blood (Michael Curtiz, 1935) (re-watch)
Picture; Director; Writing, Screenplay; Sound, Recording; Music, Score
27. Roma (Alfonso Cuarón, 2018) (re-watch)
Picture; Director; Original Screenplay; Actress in a Leading Role; Actress in a Supporting Role; Cinematography; Production Design; Sound Mixing; Sound Editing; Foreign Language Film

28-29. Shorts New and Old 10+15+7+6+8+15+9+26+34 = 130 minutes

a) That Mothers Might Live (Fred Zinnemann, 1938) Short Subject, One Reel
b) Weekends (Trevor Jimenez, 2018) Animated Short Film
c) A Night in the Garden (Marshall Curry, 2017) Documentary Short Subject
d) The Chubbchubbs! (Eric Armstrong, 2002) Short Film, Animated
e) One Small Step (Andrew Chesworth/Bobby Pontillas, 2018) Animated Short Film
f) The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore (William Joyce/Brandon Oldenburg, 2011) Short Film, Animated
g) Marines in the Making (Herbert Polesie, 1942) Short Subject, One Reel
h) Black Sheep (Ed Perkins, 2018) Documentary Short Subject
i) Lifeboat (Skye Fitzgerald, 2018) Documentary Short Subject

30. Trader Horn (W.S. Van Dyke, 1931)
Picture
31. Yin shi nan nv / Eat Drink Man Woman (Ang Lee, 1994)
Foreign Language Film
32. Werke hne Autor / Never Look Away (Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, 2018)
Foreign Language Film; Cinematography

Cinema. This is the first time I've ever managed to see all of the FF nominees in the cinema and as it turns out, the first year from which I've seen all of them, period. I carp a lot about how I don't have a lot of choices besides the blockbusters where I live, but truth is when it comes to award nominees I can usually manage if I make a little effort, and this year I did, and it was worth it even if only two of them were particularly close to excellent or great. One reason I typically haven't seen many of these nominees is that, as you'd expect, Oscar often picks foreign nominees that seem closest to the kinds of films Hollywood makes, and I see enough of those - and many of the greatest filmmakers, like Tarkovsky, Rivette - most of the French New Wave filmmakers, Ruiz, etc, never came close to this "honor". And this new film from Donnersmarck - only his third, and second German film after his 2006 debut Das Leben der Anderen - certainly seems to fit the Hollywood FF paradigm at first, being a long and narratively straightforward, beautifully shot (by Caleb Deschanel) film taking in the darkest part of German history and having themes of love against the odds, personal worth, capitalism's triumph over socialism (though this is not without nuance or self-criticism), etc. In brief, it's the story of a man - a young boy in 1937 when we begin - who sees his sister and home taken away, who lives through the war and falls in love, struggles to find his way as a painter, all the while having a connection to the events that befell his sister but not knowing. It starts out fairly straightforwardly as a film about loss, survival, redemption etc in he wartime era, but as it moves into it's second half, the initial storyline - which would seem to involve the search for answers after terrible personal traumas during the war which impact young Kurt (Tom Schilling), our protagonist, the film does go off in a rather different direction for a while, and when it comes back to a resolution of sorts and a kind of tying together of a couple of strands of plot, it certainly isn't in the typical Hollywood manner - which could well have made something like a revenge film out of this material. I'm being obscure here because the plot certainly is the thing and I think this is one where it will be of more value to go into it fairly cold, but there are a lot of things to think about - the relationships between the treatment of people by the Nazis, the Russians and East Germans, and the West; the value of art in a social context and the role of the individual in determining it; guilt and self-recognition, etc. While I quite admired the first half or so, I'm a little ambivalent about later portions, though it always remains interesting. I rated the director's first film a point higher, and might still - I'd have to go back to it after a dozen years - in part because of the strength of Ulrich Mühe's central performance - Schilling here plays a quite passive character and while I can't fault his acting it's hard, at least after one viewing, to really connect with him or his world, and I think we're meant to. In any case a very thought-provoking and fascinating work and one that will hopefully get seen by more people now, though it didn't win the big prize.

I'm done, thanks albajos!

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#482

Post by weirdboy » March 1st, 2019, 8:11 pm

Last one for me. Thanks for hosting!
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1a. Pear Cider and Cigarettes (2016) - Robert Valley [short - 35 min] [Animated Short Nominee]
1b. The Eruption of Mount St. Helens! (1980) - George V. Casey [short - 25 min] [Short Subject Documentary Nominee]
2. Börn náttúrunnar AKA Children of Nature (1991) - Friðrik Þór Friðriksson [Best Foreign Language Film Nominee]
3. O.J.: Made in America (2016) - Ezra Edelman [Best Documentary Winner]
4. Paw AKA Boy of Two World (1959) - Astrid Henning-Jensen [Best Foreign Language Film Nominee]
5. La famiglia AKA The Family (1987) - Ettore Scola [Best Foreign Language Film Nominee]
6. La guerre est finie AKA The War Is Over (1966) - Alain Resnais [Best Screenplay Nominee]
7. Porte des Lilas AKA The Gates of Paris (1957) - Rene Clair [Best Foreign Language Film Nominee]
8. Cleopatra (1934) - Cecil B. DeMille [Best Picture & Best Cinematography Nominees]
9. A Star Is Born (2018) - Bradley Cooper [Best Picture Nominee + 7 others]
10. Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) - Bryan Singer [Best Picture Nominee + 4 others]
11. Dark Victory (1939) - Edmund Goulding [Best Picture Nominee + 2 others]
12. Un homme et une femme AKA A Man and a Woman (1966) - Claude Lelouch [Best Foreign Language Film Winner]
13. Capturing the Friedmans (2003) - Andrew Jarecki [Best Documentary Nominee]
14. Darling (1965) - John Schlesinger [Winner Best Actress, Best Screenplay, Best Costume + Best Picture & Director Nominee]
15. Ghost World (2001) Terry Zwigoff [Best Screenplay Nominee]
16. Love Story (1970) - Arthur Hiller [Best Music Winner + 6 other nominations]
17. Room at the Top (1959) - Jack Clayton [Winner Best Actress & Best Screenplay + 4 other nominations]
18. The Birds (1963) - Alfred Hitchcock [re-watch]
19. The Informer (1935) - John Ford
20. Roma (2018) - Alfonso Cuarón [Best Picture nominee + 9 others]
21. The Favourite (2018) - Yorgos Lanthimos [Best Picture nominee + 9 others]
22. A Day at the Races (1937) - Sam Wood [Best Dance Direction nominee]
23. First Reformed (2017) - Paul Schrader [Best Original Screenplay Nominee]
24. The Hours (2002) - Stephen Daldry [Best Actress Winner + 8 nominations]
25. Stage Door (1937) - Gregory LaCava [Best Picture Nominee + 3 others]
26. The Broken Circle Breakdown (2012) - Felix Van Groeningen [Best Foreign Language Film Nominee]
27. The Gay Divorcee (1934) - Mark Sandrich [Best Original Song Winner + 4 other nominations]
28. Atonement (2007) - Joe Wright [Best Original Score Winner + 6 other nominations]
29. The Good Earth (1937) - Victor Fleming, Sam Wood, Sidney Franklin, Gustav Machat [Winner Best Actress, Best Cinematography + 3 other nominations]
30. The Story of Louis Pasteur (1936) - William Dieterle [Best Actor + 2 other wins]
31. Broken Arrow (1950) - Delmer Daves [Best Cinematography Nominee + 2 others]
32. Manbiki kazoku (2018) - Hirokazu Koreeda
33. Little Women (1933) - George Cukor
34. Green Book (2018) - Peter Farrelly
35. Love Affair (1939) - Leo McCarey
36. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
37. Zimna wojna AKA Cold War (2018) - Pawel Pawlikowski
38. Sabrina (1954) - Billy Wilder
39. Of Mice and Men (1939) - Lewis Milestone
40. Woman of the Year (1942) - George Stevens
41. Anna Cristie (1930) - Clarence Brown
42. 'Kukan': The Battle Cry of China (1941)
43. The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, & Observation of David Copperfield the Younger (1935) - George Cukor
44. State Fair (1933) - Henry King
45. Alexander's Ragtime Band (1938) - Henry King [Best Music Winner + 5 other nominations]
46. War and Peace (1956) - King Vidor [Best Director Nominee + 2 others]
47. Hell's Angels (1930) - Howard Hughes [est Cinematography Nominee]
48. Lady for a Day (1933) - Frank Capra [Best Picture Nominee + 3 others]
49. Skippy (1931) - Norman Taurog [Best Director Winner + 3 other nominations]
50. The Pawnbroker (1964) - Sidney Lumet [Best Actor nominee]

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Post by RogerTheMovieManiac88 » March 2nd, 2019, 2:16 am

24. 'Stella Dallas' / 1937, King Vidor / 8.5/10 / 2 nominations
25. 'Ida' / 2013, Pawel Pawlikowski / 8/10 / 2 nominations, 1 award

Thanks for hosting the challenge, albajos!
That's all, folks!

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#484

Post by albajos » March 2nd, 2019, 12:10 pm

sebby wrote:
February 26th, 2019, 7:45 am
109 end of the game 1956
I can't find this

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Post by sebby » March 2nd, 2019, 2:07 pm

albajos wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 12:10 pm
sebby wrote:
February 26th, 2019, 7:45 am
109 end of the game 1956
I can't find this
Probably because my brain went wonky and I put the wrong year. Should be 1976. https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072939/

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Post by albajos » March 2nd, 2019, 5:14 pm

Scores are updated in the OP. (And the 3 imdb-lists)

I am a bit feverish at the moment but did this extremely slowly so it should be correct, but let me know if there is any wrong scores.

As usual I'll keep the thread open for posting until midnight 3rd/4th, but I'll probably post the stats in 18 hours or so.

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Post by weirdboy » March 2nd, 2019, 8:20 pm

albajos wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 5:14 pm
Scores are updated in the OP. (And the 3 imdb-lists)

I am a bit feverish at the moment but did this extremely slowly so it should be correct, but let me know if there is any wrong scores.

As usual I'll keep the thread open for posting until midnight 3rd/4th, but I'll probably post the stats in 18 hours or so.
Thanks. I see you are off by one on mine, from my post 2 above yours:

viewtopic.php?p=564335#p564335

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Post by albajos » March 2nd, 2019, 8:22 pm

weirdboy wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 8:20 pm
viewtopic.php?p=564335#p564335
Thanks. And just as a heads up to everyone. If you have a forum picture it makes the posts/threads easier to read.

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Post by weirdboy » March 2nd, 2019, 8:40 pm

albajos wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 8:22 pm
weirdboy wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 8:20 pm
viewtopic.php?p=564335#p564335
Thanks. And just as a heads up to everyone. If you have a forum picture it makes the posts/threads easier to read.
OK, done!
Is that better?

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Post by albajos » March 3rd, 2019, 9:52 am

weirdboy wrote:
March 2nd, 2019, 8:40 pm
Is that better?
Everything is better with Jeff

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Post by albajos » March 3rd, 2019, 12:23 pm

Final Update
24 hours (and then some) since last point-giving post. You still have about 24 hours to post stuff from february and I'll edit them in.

At the end we collected 1204 points. Divided by 747 features (554 fiction, 74 documentary) and 174 shorts (nominated as shorts).
With 41 paticipants this is an average of 29,36 each. The average particpant would place 12th.

PosPosRecParticipantScoreScoRec
1 (1)1flavo5000145145
2 (3)-sebby138FT
3 (2)1albajos111111
4 (4)2Nathan Treadway9393
5 (5)2redcard298282
6 to 41Show
6-psychotronicbeatnik62FT
71jeroeno5170
8-weirdboy50FT
99maxwelldeux3232
9-OldAle132FT
114sol3135
12-hurluberlu28FT
13-Eva_L27FT
14-RogerTheMovieManiac8825FT
142VincentPrice2550
16-Coryn23FT
17-shugs20FT
18-72allinncallme19FT
18-vortexsurfer19FT
20-nimimerkillinen18FT
214klaus781633
215mightysparks1629
217sheikofhyrule1625
24-ChrisReynolds14FT
25-Lonewolf200313FT
255PUNQ1330
27-jdidaco12FT
2815ororama1113
296cinephage921
29-frbrown9FT
2917mathiasa99
32-connordenney66
328max-scl621
34-blocho5FT
3519Knaldskalle45
362allisoncm358
36-blueboybob3FT
36-Hunziker3FT
39-Lilarcor2FT
3993eyes213
41-zzzorf1FT

flavo5000 was in the lead in all updates, but had a bit competition from albajos in the beginning. After 12,5% of the total amount of points three updates in a row, the steady addition of new participants dropped flavo5000 down to 12,0% in the end.
Top 4 in this challenge has now become the top 4 in the all time leaderboard and 28 of the participants joined the top 100.
7/20 participants beat their previous best score. The remaining 21/41 participants are new to the challenge.
Noone beat their previous best positon, but two, flavo5000 and maxwelldeux, tied with it.

#ParticipantWinnersBPW
1 (1)Nathan Treadway115
2 (2)albajos799
3 (3)sebby5913
4 (4)flavo500047
5 (-)psychotronicbeatnik364


In the bonus challenge nobody watched Green Book 24 hours before the show, so no points there. Nathan Treadway won 115 statuettes and 100% of his views. sebby saw the most best picture winners with 13.

Most seen
I'm not doing 2s, but there were 75 of them. You can check it in the imdb-lists if you're interested

TitleYearCount20191930sC/HK/T
Roma201815X
Green Book201813X
Bohemian Rhapsody201812X
The Favourite201811X
First Reformed201711X
A Star is Born20189X
Free Solo2018Doc7X
If Beale Street Could Talk20187X
Zimna wojna20187X
BlacKkKlansman20186X
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse20186X
Vice20186X
The Wife20176X
At Eternity's Gate20185X
Gräns20185X
Hale County This Morning, This Evening2018Doc5X
Late Afternoon2017Short5X
Manbiki kazoku20185X
One Small Step2018Short5X
The Public Enemy19315X
Ralph Breaks the Internet20185X
RBG2018Doc5X
Weekends2017Short5X
Animal Behaviour2018Short4X
Anna Christie19304X
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs20184X
Bao2018Short4X
Black Panther20184X
Can You Ever Forgive Me?20184X
The Country Cousin1935Short4X
Educated Fish1937Short4X
End Game2018Doc/Short4X
Flowers and Trees1932Short4X
The Front Page19314X
Goodbye, Mr. Chips19394X
Grand Hotel19324X
Holiday Land1934Short4X
Hunky and Spunky1938Short4X
Isle of Dogs20184X
It's Got Me Again!1932Short4X
Ju Dou19904X
The Little Match Girl1937Short4X
Love Affair19394X
A Night at the Garden2017Doc/Short4X
Of Mice and Men19394X
The Old Mill Pond1936Short4X
Period. End of Sentence.2018Doc/Short4X
The Pointer1939Short4X
Stage Door19374X
Three Orphan Kittens1935Short4X
Who Killed Cock Robin?1935Short4X
Algiers19383X
Alice Adams19353X
The Awful Truth19373X
Bad Girl19313X
Black Sheep2018Doc/Short3X
Block-Heads19383X
Brave Little Tailor1938Short3X
Building a Building1933Short3X
The Calico Dragon1935Short3X
The Champ19313X
Cleopatra19343X
A Damsel in Distress19373X
Dark Victory19393X
Dead End19373X
The Desert Song19433X
Detouring America1939Short3X
The Divorcee19303X
A Farewell to Arms19323X
Fauve2018Short3X
Ferdinand the Bull1938Short3X
Five Star Final19313X
The Garden of Allah19363X
The Good Earth19373X
Good Scouts1938Short3X
How Green Was My Valley19413X
The Hurricane19373X
Ida20133X
In Old Chicago19383X
Intermezzo: A Love Story19393X
Jolly Little Elves1934Short3X
King of Jazz19303X
Little Caesar19313X
Mary Queen of Scots20183X
The Merry Old Soul1933Short3X
Mickey's Orphans1931Short3X
Mighty Joe Young19493X
Minding the Gap2018Doc3X
Morning Glory19333X
Mother Goose Goes Hollywood1938Short3X
Mutiny on the Bounty19353X
The Old Mill1937Short3X
Peace on Earth1939Short3X
The PHAEAOO David Copperfield TY19353X
Popeye the Sailor Meets Sindbad the Sailor1936Short3X
A Quiet Place20183X
Ruggles of Red Gap19353X
Shanghai Express19323X
She Done Him Wrong19333X
The Story of Louis Pasteur19363X
Sully20163X
Tender Mercies19833X
Three Little Pigs1933Short3X
Three Smart Girls19363X
Top Hat19353X
The Tortoise and the Hare1935Short3X
Under Western Stars19383X
Ugly Duckling1939Short3X
What Price Hollywood?19323X
With Byrd at the South Pole1930Doc3X
Yin shi nan nv19943X


High-profile movies seen We have seen 38 best picture winners in total
11 wins - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
10 wins - West Side Story (1961)
9 wins - The English Patient (1996)
9 wins - The Last Emperor (1987)
8 wins - My Fair Lady (1964)
8 wins - On the Waterfront (1954)

13 noms - Shakespeare in Love (1998)
13 noms - The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
12 noms - The English Patient (1996)
12 noms - My Fair Lady (1964)
12 noms - On the Waterfront (1954)

The Academy Awards 2019
I've removed the categories we had seen 100% after the three first weeks

Cinematography 5/5 (+1)
Production Design 4/5
Costume Design 4/5
Original Score 4/5
Original Song 4/5
Visual Effects 3/5 (+1)
Foreign Language 5/5 (+2)

At the end we're missing Mary Poppins Returns, Avengers: Infinity War and Solo: A Star Wars Story of the nominated ones.

To sum up
Winner: flavo5000
Bonus challenge winner: Nathan Treadway
Average participant: hurluberlu
Median participants: klaus78, mightysparks and sheikofhyrule

Other stats
210 of the 660 features have the Husband Wife Relationship keyword
510 of them are Dramas
The least popular genre is horror with 11.
We have a watching streak from 2018 to 1927 which of course is 100%.

See the full list here:
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls043789666/ (features)
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls043179180/ (feature-length docs)
https://www.imdb.com/list/ls043179184/ (shorts)
Includes wins and noms for everything we've seen

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