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Traveller wrote: May 8th, 2020, 5:42 pm
User Top 1 Top 10 Top 100 Top 500 Top 1000 Top 2500
Traveller 25 29 76 171 188 199
Got every list into the Top 2500, so I updated the table and will go for Top 1000 next.

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Not something I'll be actively working on, still nice to keep up with the stats I guess:

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Need to get back on the top 75 club before the end of the year... That means way too much zombies films to watch.... Again?? :facepalm:
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Tim2460 wrote: August 1st, 2020, 8:54 pm Need to get back on the top 75 club before the end of the year... That means way too much zombies films to watch.... Again?? :facepalm:
Wanna switch? :D I'll watch your zombie flicks, you cover my TSPDT gaps.
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I will never make it in the top 500 club. But I will forever be just outside the door, peering in.
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yeah... impoving the rank @TSZDT prooves dificult... and it updates every year ! ;)

At least the giallo italian girls are usualy attractive...

"Only" 20 films to go back to the 75 Club !

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I just checked my rank. For whatever reason, it's something I don't really look at much. Looks like I'm three lists away from the 500 Club myself: Amanda Award, Dutch 50 and Hurriyet's Turkish 100. I think just watching one more on the Amanda list would get me below 500 on that one. Looks like I've got a bunch of Turkish films to watch though.... :(
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86 lists to go
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Been trying every which way to get back into watching films w some degree of zest. Interestingly enough I think not being able to go to a cinema at least a few times a month has had a great negative effect. Although it makes up (well, used to make up) only a couple % of my film watches in any given month, it's a motherfucking bolt of lightning recharge. The romantic nature many speak of the cinema-going experience is a very real thing. At least for me. So without it, my battery has run dry.

That said, being a stat- and goal-oriented individual, I thought I'd pick a path that would -- to that regard -- potentially stimulate some dopamine production. Hey brain, please give me rewards for watching certain films. Trick me into associating film-watching with happiness again as I get closer to this somewhat arbitrary top 500. And maybe from there I get back to where I used to be re enjoyment of film. Along the way I'll be completing some lists and that will help w the brain trickery as well. Hopefully not just a temp fix and ultimately a re-route off the desolate rocky dirt path back onto the smooth and serene road I was on before. And if it doesn't work, so be it. How many great fires lit in the first quarter or third of one's life last a lifetime? If you're lucky, just a few.

All that out of the way, here is my little table of progress. Make me happy, statistics! Or else I may give up on a thing that I have loved for 3 decades. No pressure!

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sebby wrote: August 4th, 2020, 9:15 pm Hey brain, please give me rewards for watching certain films.
I get you on that point. I haven't been enjoying film watching as much lately either, but I've been trying to use various tricks to keep up and not fail at the hobby. Challenges help, as I like those stats. The rankings/top 500 club stats help. But not always. So sometimes it boils down to watching a film to complement my moods. Like if I'm generally pissed off, I'll watch something with tons of guns/explosions. High times are usually met with terrible films (because that's how they're most fun). Docs come up when I want to learn something (or be challenged/pissed off). Wife is also getting into writing and is enjoying watching some classics for the storytelling elements (she's even starting to rate films!!!), so it's fun to rewatch some of the classics.

Plus awards. Awards are fun dopamine boosters, too.
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I think awards are a better stimulant than this mega-challenge. If you're really going for this, it might be a thing that burns you out rather than gives you energy. This is more something for the long, but maybe that's just because I'm way behind on almost every list. Then again, looking at sebby's stats he still has 65 lists to go to get into the club, that's quite an uphill battle.

Then again, I'm more of a "slow and steady wins the race" guy anyway. Could be that people really get the hang of it again when shooting for the 500 club :)
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Onderhond wrote: August 4th, 2020, 10:06 pm I think awards are a better stimulant than this mega-challenge. If you're really going for this, it might be a thing that burns you out rather than gives you energy. This is more something for the long, but maybe that's just because I'm way behind on almost every list. Then again, looking at sebby's stats he still has 65 lists to go to get into the club, that's quite an uphill battle.

Then again, I'm more of a "slow and steady wins the race" guy anyway. Could be that people really get the hang of it again when shooting for the 500 club :)
The progress along the way is as satisfying as the ultimate end-point. Updating in a month and seeing numbers go up in most or all columns will juice me up.
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sebby wrote: August 4th, 2020, 10:30 pm The progress along the way is as satisfying as the ultimate end-point. Updating in a month and seeing numbers go up in most or all columns will juice me up.
Of course, best to look for low-hanging fruit first then, because you could just as well work on a single list for a month and see only 1 list flip from one column to the next :D
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Onderhond wrote: August 4th, 2020, 10:34 pm
sebby wrote: August 4th, 2020, 10:30 pm The progress along the way is as satisfying as the ultimate end-point. Updating in a month and seeing numbers go up in most or all columns will juice me up.
Of course, best to look for low-hanging fruit first then, because you could just as well work on a single list for a month and see only 1 list flip from one column to the next :D
Yeah I've added a dozen or so films from lists on which I rank 500-600 on my watchlist for this month, so the top 500 # should increase. I guess I could also platinum a few IMDB lists, but that's a kind of pain I'm not ready for. Platinums have never really held great appeal to me anyway, for whatever reason.
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Never tried to get into this club. 25 lists to go. I expected worse.
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Well, things have improved substantially now that I've got a flow of discs again - only two lists keep me out of the Top 200 club: the new Russian list (#211) & EuroHorror (#213). Now all I need to find are three films but didn't have much luck with the library search for Russians I haven't seen yet. EuroHorror is a no-brainer but the Russian list will probably be a touch more work.
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sebby wrote: August 4th, 2020, 10:30 pm
Onderhond wrote: August 4th, 2020, 10:06 pm I think awards are a better stimulant than this mega-challenge. If you're really going for this, it might be a thing that burns you out rather than gives you energy. This is more something for the long, but maybe that's just because I'm way behind on almost every list. Then again, looking at sebby's stats he still has 65 lists to go to get into the club, that's quite an uphill battle.

Then again, I'm more of a "slow and steady wins the race" guy anyway. Could be that people really get the hang of it again when shooting for the 500 club :)
The progress along the way is as satisfying as the ultimate end-point. Updating in a month and seeing numbers go up in most or all columns will juice me up.
Something else you could try (although it'd require some up front investment on your part) is to make a guerrilla drive-in. Get a projector, FM transmitter and generator. Find a spot and invite some folks. Nothing to reinvigorate the cinema experience like a fun night at the drive-in. :D
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2 Lists above 75...

User / Top 1 10 25 50 75 100 125 150 500
Tim2460 101 105 137 173 204 206 206 206 206
Lists to go 105 101 69 33 2 0 0 0 0
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I suppose top 10,000 is doable in the near future. :rolleyes: Also not something I'm working on at all but just like Onderhond, nice to track.

User T1 T10 T100 T500 T1000 T2500 T5000 T10000 T25000 T30000 Unlisted
Harco 2 2 2 10 28 84 155 186 192 194 206
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sebby wrote: August 4th, 2020, 9:15 pm That said, being a stat- and goal-oriented individual, I thought I'd pick a path that would -- to that regard -- potentially stimulate some dopamine production. Hey brain, please give me rewards for watching certain films. Trick me into associating film-watching with happiness again as I get closer to this somewhat arbitrary top 500. And maybe from there I get back to where I used to be re enjoyment of film.

All that out of the way, here is my little table of progress. Make me happy, statistics! Or else I may give up on a thing that I have loved for 3 decades. No pressure!
+ 1. We needed you on the film addiction podcast, haha. I always go back to the stats when I have a lull in my interest in film. Stats make me warm and fuzzy :wub:
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mightysparks wrote: August 5th, 2020, 3:03 pm
sebby wrote: August 4th, 2020, 9:15 pm That said, being a stat- and goal-oriented individual, I thought I'd pick a path that would -- to that regard -- potentially stimulate some dopamine production. Hey brain, please give me rewards for watching certain films. Trick me into associating film-watching with happiness again as I get closer to this somewhat arbitrary top 500. And maybe from there I get back to where I used to be re enjoyment of film.

All that out of the way, here is my little table of progress. Make me happy, statistics! Or else I may give up on a thing that I have loved for 3 decades. No pressure!
+ 1. We needed you on the film addiction podcast, haha. I always go back to the stats when I have a lull in my interest in film. Stats make me warm and fuzzy :wub:
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mightysparks wrote: August 5th, 2020, 3:03 pm
sebby wrote: August 4th, 2020, 9:15 pm That said, being a stat- and goal-oriented individual, I thought I'd pick a path that would -- to that regard -- potentially stimulate some dopamine production. Hey brain, please give me rewards for watching certain films. Trick me into associating film-watching with happiness again as I get closer to this somewhat arbitrary top 500. And maybe from there I get back to where I used to be re enjoyment of film.

All that out of the way, here is my little table of progress. Make me happy, statistics! Or else I may give up on a thing that I have loved for 3 decades. No pressure!
+ 1. We needed you on the film addiction podcast, haha. I always go back to the stats when I have a lull in my interest in film. Stats make me warm and fuzzy :wub:
I tend to get pretty obsessed with lists too. Although I also watch stuff I have sitting around the house I haven't seen yet that I bought. And I watch stuff for challenges. So I usually look for the intersection between at least two of those three factors when I'm picking stuff to watch. And with so many lists and me buying so much crap and with three challenges every month, my well doesn't really ever run dry. :D

I definitely couldn't sit and just watch depressing dramas all the time though. That kind of thing will wear you down.
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I see that I'd have to watch 327 more movies from the All-Time Worldwide Box Office list to rank top 500. No thank you. :)

I'm top 500 for a modest 114/206 lists.
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xianjiro wrote: August 5th, 2020, 9:16 am Well, things have improved substantially now that I've got a flow of discs again - only two lists keep me out of the Top 200 club: the new Russian list (#211) & EuroHorror (#213). Now all I need to find are three films but didn't have much luck with the library search for Russians I haven't seen yet. EuroHorror is a no-brainer but the Russian list will probably be a touch more work.
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sortile9io wrote: October 11th, 2016, 6:52 pm Some numbers (of official top lists) for potential Top N Club members (users checking in the dark are omitted):

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Back on the TOP 75 Club

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Tim2460 101 105 137 173 206 206 206 206 206
105 101 69 33 0 0 0 0 0


Next would be top 50 but it's far away @285 Films to watch...
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xianjiro wrote: August 9th, 2020, 3:42 am
xianjiro wrote: August 5th, 2020, 9:16 am Well, things have improved substantially now that I've got a flow of discs again - only two lists keep me out of the Top 200 club: the new Russian list (#211) & EuroHorror (#213). Now all I need to find are three films but didn't have much luck with the library search for Russians I haven't seen yet. EuroHorror is a no-brainer but the Russian list will probably be a touch more work.
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not sure what happened when I checked this - the Turkish list didn't show at the bottom even though I'm #466 - so, still have two lists keeping out of the Top 200 Club.
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Top 500 for everything except TSZDT (#560) and TV Mini Series (#956?!)
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Guess I have to look to get rid of those unlisted ones first.

Month T1 T10 T100 T500 T1000 T5000 T10000 Unlisted
2020/08 10 11 15 46 78 201 202 3
2020/07 7 8 11 42 75 199 201 4
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I was tracking this in my spreadsheet every month this year except for Jun-Aug coz I forgot and haven't been working on it, but I might as well start fresh here.

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mightysparks 2020/08 45 46 58 177 195 206 206
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Ebbywebby wrote: September 25th, 2019, 9:53 pm
sortile9io wrote: October 12th, 2016, 11:03 am A few more:

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Ebbywebby331486127176
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tourdesb 2019/08 35 40 116 175 186 204 205 206
tourdesb 2019/02 35 40 102 159 178 192 195 198


2 lists left to be on Top 500 Club
#501 on AFI's 100 Years...100 Cheers ==> 1 movie left to be on Top 500
#640 on Box Office Mojo's All Time Worldwide Box Office ==> 25 movies left to be on Top 500
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Next Goal is more for me getting the last Bronze awards i miss (18 lists for 472 film away ...) Than Top 50 (29 lists for 280 films away).

But there are some overlap on thaose two goals.

Top 50 is another 62 Zombies film away AGAIN :)

User / Top 1 10 25 50 75 100
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sebby wrote: August 4th, 2020, 9:15 pm
User Top 1 Top 10 Top 100 Top 500 Top 1000
sebby 3 3 9 99 164
Minor progress this month.

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sebby 3 (-) 3 (-) 9 (-) 101 (+2) 167 (+3)
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User / DateTop 1 Top 10 Top 100 Top 500 Top 1000 Top 2500
Mochard / Nov 1914 14 30 128 176 197
Mochard / May 2025 25 36 168 191 204
Mochard / Sep 2038 38 49 174 197 206


All lists are now in the Top 2500 in fact in the Top 1761

I have definitely made some progress since May and if I solely focused on top 1000, I could get there in 26 checks. We shall see. I think I'm still on target for top 500 by May 2021.

32 Lists til top 500 and 9 Lists til top 1000
The 9 lists below I need to work on to get into the top 1000

Yle News's Best Finnish Films - Approx. 1 check to watch to enter top 1000
CineChile's 50 Best Chilean Movies of All Time - Approx. 1 check to watch to enter top 1000
Outlook India's Best Bollywood Films - Approx. 1 check to watch to enter top 1000
IMDb's Mini-Series Top 50 - Approx. 1 check to watch to enter top 1000
Dutch Film Festival's Dutch Film Top 50 - Approx. 2 checks to watch to enter top 1000
Hürriyet's The 100 Best Movies of Turkish Cinema - Approx. 4 checks to watch to enter top 1000
A.V. Club's The Best Movies of the 2010s - Approx. 6 checks to watch to enter top 1000
Cinema Tropical's Best Latin American Films 2010-2019 - Approx. 3 checks to watch to enter top 1000
Paste's The 100 Best Anime Movies of All Time - Approx. 7 checks to watch to enter top 1000
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Since I got rid of some of my lowest rankings, time for new ranges.

Month T1T10 T100 T500 T750T1000T2000 T5000
2020/09 10 111548 64 82 156 206
Month T1 T10 T100 T500 T1000 T5000 T10000 Unlisted
2020/08 10 11 15 46 78 201 202 3
2020/07 7 8 11 42 75 199 201 4
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tourdesb 2020/09 38 43 119 175 190 203 206 206
tourdesb 2020/08 35 40 116 175 186 204 205 206
tourdesb 2020/02 35 40 102 159 178 192 195 198


3 lists left to be on Top 500 Club (16 movies)
#501 on Cinema Tropical's Best Latin American Films 2010-2019 ==> 1 movie left to be on Top 500 (+1)
#503 on Rotten Tomatoes's Top 100 Movies of All Time ==> 1 movie left to be on Top 500 (+1)
#572 on Box Office Mojo's All Time Worldwide Box Office ==> 14 movies left to be on Top 500 (-11)
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Top 500 in every list except TSZDT (#535) and TV Mini Series (#573)
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Made a little script to keep better track of my Top 500 stats:
You can adapt the different steps (let counts) and the aim (let aim) at the top of the script.
The overshoot number is the number of positions left to get a Top 500 on every list. It's nice for people who like to have constant progress.

Small disclaimer: I use the ranks listed on the page itself, which can take a while to update, so it doesn't necessarily show the current situation (i.e. if you check a film, don't expect the numbers to change right away).

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// @namespace    http://tampermonkey.net/
// @version      0.1
// @description  try to take over the world!
// @author       You
// @match        https://*.icheckmovies.com/profiles/progress/*
// @grant        none
// ==/UserScript==

let counts = [1, 10, 100, 500, 750, 1000, 1500, 2000, 3500, 4000];
let aim = 500;

let allLists = document.getElementById('progressall');
let allRanksRaw = allLists.querySelectorAll(':scope > li .rank a');
let allRanks = [];
for (let i=0; i < allRanksRaw.length; ++i) {
    allRanks.push(allRanksRaw[i].innerHTML.substring(1));
}
allRanks.sort(function(a, b){return a-b});
let results = [];
let countIndex = 0;
let countPositions = 0;
for (let j=0; j < allRanks.length; ++j) {
    if (allRanks[j] > counts[countIndex]){
        results.push(j);
        countIndex++;
    } else if (j == (allRanks.length - 1)){
        results.push(j+1);
    }
    if (allRanks[j] > aim) {
        countPositions += (allRanks[j] - aim);
    }
}
let extraInfo = '<div class="ohExtraInfo">';
extraInfo += '<table><thead><tr>'
for (let k=0; k < counts.length; ++k) {
    extraInfo += '<th>T' + counts[k] + '</th>'
}
extraInfo += '</tr></thead><tbody><tr>';
for (let k=0; k < results.length; ++k) {
    extraInfo += '<td>' + results[k] + '</td>'
}
extraInfo += '</table>';
extraInfo += '<div>T' + aim + ' overshoot: ' + countPositions + '</div>'
extraInfo += '<style>.ohExtraInfo {margin-bottom:20px;} .spec {display:flex; margin:4px 0;}.spec .label {font-weight:700; flex-basis:160px;}';
let printExtraLocation = document.getElementById('progressFilter');
printExtraLocation.insertAdjacentHTML('beforebegin', extraInfo);
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Tim2460
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Onderhond wrote: October 19th, 2020, 11:47 am Made a little script to keep better track of my Top 500 stats:
You can adapt the different steps (let counts) and the aim (let aim) at the top of the script.
The overshoot number is the number of positions left to get a Top 500 on every list. It's nice for people who like to have constant progress.

Small disclaimer: I use the ranks listed on the page itself, which can take a while to update, so it doesn't necessarily show the current situation (i.e. if you check a film, don't expect the numbers to change right away).

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Onderhond : can you add the sum of all the rank of a user ? this could be an excellent number to monitor in the future i guess.
For me it's @ 3208 for exemple
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