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Re: iCM Forum's Favourite Musicals 2018 (Results)

#161

Post by beasterne » December 21st, 2018, 4:54 pm

Thanks for the results joachim! It seems like a lot of my favorites are starting to show up.

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#162

Post by OldAle1 » December 21st, 2018, 4:56 pm

weirdboy wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 4:51 pm
Swing Time is #17

Is it possible something like DDLJ would be in the top 10?
Oh, no way. I don't think
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film making the top 10 given the drops for most classics, but maybe it's a special forum favorite for some reason that isn't clear to me.

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#163

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 5:34 pm

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#10 (-6, #4) Top Hat (1935, Mark Sandrich), 941.21 points, 4716 checks, 13 official lists, 17 votes (IMDb)
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Caracortada (#2)
connordenney (#12)
flaiky (#3)
jeff_v (#47)
joachimt (unranked>8)
Lammetje (#13)
mjf314 (#15)
MNA (#33)
OldAle1 (#8)
perceval (#10)
RBG (#52)
rnilsson19 (#6)
Smoover (#37)
sushantv10 (#2)
Tarris1 (#4)
tommy_leazaq (#16)
zuma (#22)

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#9 (+6, #15) Dancer in the Dark (2000, Lars von Trier), 1014.17 points, 13034 checks, 9 official lists, 19 votes (IMDb)
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albajos (#22)
Caracortada (#3)
Carmel1379 (#10)
Daviddoes (unranked>15)
flaiky (#42)
Gorro (#6)
joachimt (unranked>8)
mathiasa (#95)
Mysterious Dude (#6)
nimimerkillinen (#4)
OldAle1 (unranked>40)
Opio (#38)
Perception de Ambiguity (#10)
Smoover (#1)
St. Gloede (#12)
Tarris1 (#8)
Teproc (#11)
tommy_leazaq (#11)
zuma (#18)
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#164

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 6:20 pm

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#8 (+11, #19) All That Jazz (1979, Bob Fosse), 1022.59 points, 6128 checks, 17 official lists, 20 votes (IMDb)
20 votersShow
beavis (#12)
Cocoa (#15)
Daviddoes (unranked>15)
Fergenaprido (#24)
flaiky (#4)
Gorro (#25)
gromit82 (#6)
jeff_v (#7)
maxwelldeux (#7)
Mysterious Dude (#14)
OldAle1 (unranked>40)
Perception de Ambiguity (#29)
RBG (#57)
rnilsson19 (#13)
Smoover (#8)
sol (#36)
St. Gloede (#1)
Tarris1 (#38)
tommy_leazaq (#26)
zuma (#1)

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#7 (+6, #13) Mary Poppins (1964, Robert Stevenson), 1047.66 points, 49633 checks, 13 official lists, 23 votes (IMDb)
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albajos (#9)
beasterne (#24)
beavis (#15)
Caracortada (#12)
Daviddoes (unranked>15)
farne (#7)
Fergenaprido (#5)
flaiky (#25)
gromit82 (#3)
jeff_v (#31)
joachimt (unranked>8)
mathiasa (#17)
mightysparks (#16)
mjf314 (#13)
MNA (#10)
Mysterious Dude (#46)
OldAle1 (unranked>40)
Opio (#35)
Smoover (#20)
sushantv10 (#12)
Tarris1 (unranked>56)
tommy_leazaq (#28)
zzzorf (#10)
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#165

Post by St. Gloede » December 21st, 2018, 6:27 pm

Fantastic rise for All That Jazz, now I'm rooting for Gold Diggers to climb as high as possible.

Also, La La Land is enterering even higher than I dared to suggest :o

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#166

Post by gromit82 » December 21st, 2018, 6:28 pm

weirdboy wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 4:51 pm
Is it possible something like DDLJ would be in the top 10?
What is DDLJ?

Edited to add: Never mind, I should just have Googled the abbreviation.

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#167

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 6:53 pm

gromit82 wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 6:28 pm
weirdboy wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 4:51 pm
Is it possible something like DDLJ would be in the top 10?
What is DDLJ?

Edited to add: Never mind, I should just have Googled the abbreviation.
I had to google it as well...... :rolleyes:
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#168

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 6:54 pm

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#6 (-1, #5) The Sound of Music (1965, Robert Wise), 1078.9 points, 49946 checks, 21 official lists, 19 votes (IMDb)
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beasterne (#5)
beavis (#10)
Caracortada (#4)
Cocoa (#18)
connordenney (#23)
farne (#10)
Fergenaprido (#1)
flaiky (#2)
Gorro (#54)
joachimt (unranked>8)
Lammetje (#14)
mightysparks (#13)
MNA (#72)
nimimerkillinen (#11)
OldAle1 (unranked>40)
Perception de Ambiguity (#13)
sushantv10 (#4)
Tarris1 (#24)
tommy_leazaq (#2)

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#5 (#new) La La Land (2016, Damien Chazelle), 1082.4 points, 13651 checks, 14 official lists, 21 votes (IMDb)
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beasterne (#11)
Carmel1379 (#17)
Daviddoes (unranked>15)
Fergenaprido (#12)
flaiky (#12)
Good_Will_Harding (#3)
Gorro (#5)
gromit82 (#21)
jeff_v (#57)
joachimt (#5)
mathiasa (#18)
maxwelldeux (#2)
mjf314 (#8)
MNA (#96)
Mysterious Dude (#30)
OldAle1 (#1)
Smoover (#17)
sushantv10 (#61)
Tarris1 (#47)
Teproc (#3)
tommy_leazaq (#39)
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#169

Post by zuma » December 21st, 2018, 6:55 pm

joachimt wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 6:53 pm
gromit82 wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 6:28 pm
weirdboy wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 4:51 pm
Is it possible something like DDLJ would be in the top 10?
What is DDLJ?

Edited to add: Never mind, I should just have Googled the abbreviation.
I had to google it as well...... :rolleyes:
As neither of you guys filled the rest of us in I had to google it as well.

...now I will keep the mystery going. ;)

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#170

Post by beasterne » December 21st, 2018, 6:59 pm

Daniel Day Lewis Jr?

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#171

Post by 72allinncallme » December 21st, 2018, 7:20 pm

zuma wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 6:55 pm
joachimt wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 6:53 pm
gromit82 wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 6:28 pm


What is DDLJ?

Edited to add: Never mind, I should just have Googled the abbreviation.
I had to google it as well...... :rolleyes:
As neither of you guys filled the rest of us in I had to google it as well.

...now I will keep the mystery going. ;)
Same here. tehe
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#172

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 7:42 pm

Well, if DDLJ is here, it must have made it into the top 2. :o

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#4 (-1, #3) Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933, Mervyn LeRoy), 1209.31 points, 2480 checks, 11 official lists, 22 votes (IMDb)
22 votersShow
albajos (#7)
Caracortada (#76)
Cocoa (#1)
flaiky (#22)
Good_Will_Harding (#6)
Gorro (#17)
jeff_v (#22)
joachimt (unranked>8)
mathiasa (#4)
mightysparks (#3)
mjf314 (#3)
nimimerkillinen (#13)
OldAle1 (unranked>40)
Opio (#3)
Perception de Ambiguity (#43)
perceval (#2)
RBG (#47)
St. Gloede (#4)
sushantv10 (#17)
Tarris1 (unranked>56)
tommy_leazaq (#5)
zuma (#28)

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#3 (+11, #14) Les parapluies de Cherbourg (1964, Jacques Demy), 1406.57 points, 4967 checks, 16 official lists, 23 votes (IMDb)
23 votersShow
beasterne (#38)
beavis (#9)
Caracortada (#56)
connordenney (#2)
Daviddoes (unranked>15)
flaiky (#28)
Good_Will_Harding (#1)
Gorro (#15)
jeff_v (#4)
joachimt (unranked>8)
mathiasa (#3)
maxwelldeux (#6)
MNA (#7)
Mysterious Dude (#10)
nimimerkillinen (#9)
OldAle1 (#4)
Opio (#16)
perceval (#1)
Smoover (#33)
sushantv10 (#39)
Tarris1 (#3)
tommy_leazaq (#22)
XxXApathy420XxX (#2)
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#173

Post by albajos » December 21st, 2018, 7:56 pm

Donald Duck Likes Jazz?

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#174

Post by albajos » December 21st, 2018, 8:05 pm

OldAle1 wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 4:56 pm
for some reason that isn't clear to me.
We're in the Money!

Also I think many here has a soft spot for Pre Code Cinema.

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#175

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 8:13 pm

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#2 (#2) The Wizard of Oz (1939, Mervyn LeRoy, George Cukor, King Vidor, Norman Taurog, Victor Fleming), 1822.5 points, 85355 checks, 31 official lists, 30 votes (IMDb)
30 votersShow
albajos (#28)
beasterne (#2)
beavis (#16)
Caracortada (#8)
Daviddoes (unranked>15)
farne (#16)
Fergenaprido (#10)
flaiky (#50)
Good_Will_Harding (#13)
Gorro (#2)
gromit82 (#1)
jeff_v (#6)
joachimt (#7)
Lammetje (#9)
mathiasa (#73)
maxwelldeux (#11)
mightysparks (#5)
mjf314 (#1)
MNA (#9)
Mysterious Dude (#2)
nimimerkillinen (#21)
OldAle1 (#5)
Opio (#1)
Perception de Ambiguity (#146)
RBG (#56)
Smoover (#4)
sushantv10 (#16)
Tarris1 (#21)
tommy_leazaq (#21)
zzzorf (#6)

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#1 (#1) Singin' in the Rain (1952, Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen), 2495.8 points, 39513 checks, 33 official lists, 33 votes (IMDb)
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albajos (#2)
beasterne (#7)
Caracortada (#5)
Carmel1379 (#39)
connordenney (#1)
Daviddoes (unranked>15)
farne (#3)
Fergenaprido (#18)
flaiky (#5)
Good_Will_Harding (#2)
Gorro (#1)
jeff_v (#1)
joachimt (#1)
Lammetje (#1)
mathiasa (#15)
maxwelldeux (#4)
mightysparks (#2)
mjf314 (#9)
MNA (#13)
Mysterious Dude (#22)
nimimerkillinen (#14)
OldAle1 (#2)
Opio (#10)
perceval (#6)
rnilsson19 (#5)
Smoover (#3)
sol (#10)
St. Gloede (#9)
sushantv10 (#1)
Tarris1 (#10)
tommy_leazaq (#1)
zuma (#3)
zzzorf (#41)
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#177

Post by beasterne » December 21st, 2018, 8:25 pm

Argh it hurts to see Muppet Treasure Island just on the outside looking in! It's my favorite muppet movie and Tim Curry is brilliant as Long John Silver.

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#178

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 8:31 pm

weirdboy wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 4:51 pm
Swing Time is #17

Is it possible something like DDLJ would be in the top 10?
So how serious was this guess? It didn't get a single vote.
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Post by Tarris1 » December 21st, 2018, 8:34 pm

93/150 checked. I like the list, but most of my favorites dropped in rankings (#3 being the noticeable exception) so not too happy about the trend myself

Highest unseen: #24 Oliver! (1968)
Highest favorite: #3 Les parapluies de Cherbourg (1964)
Highest dislike: None
Ranking of my #1: #22 Les demoiselles de Rochefort (1967)

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#180

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 8:39 pm

Ain't Nobody's Musical But My Own - Top 50

#174 (#new) Allegro non troppo (1976, Bruno Bozzetto), 100 points, 638 checks, 3 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
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3eyes (#1)
#174 (#new) Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967, George Roy Hill), 100 points, 527 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
sol (#1)
#181 (#new) Starstruck (1982, Gillian Armstrong), 95.48 points, 122 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Daviddoes (#2)
#181 (#new) Dead End Run (2003, Gakuryû Ishii), 95.48 points, 39 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Onderhond (#2)
#181 (#new) The Ruling Class (1972, Peter Medak), 95.48 points, 905 checks, 4 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
sol (#2)
#189 (#new) The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977, Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery), 91.17 points, 20352 checks, 2 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
albajos (#3)
#189 (#new) A Star Is Born (1976, Frank Pierson), 91.17 points, 595 checks, 2 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
connordenney (#3)
#189 (#new) Don Giovanni (1979, Joseph Losey), 91.17 points, 105 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Mysterious Dude (#3)
#189 (#new) La cicatrice intérieure (1972, Philippe Garrel), 91.17 points, 79 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
nimimerkillinen (#3)
#194 (#new) Hái-kak chhit-ho (2008, Te-Sheng Wei), 87.06 points, 96 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
3eyes (#4)
#194 (#new) Obyknovennoe chudo (1978, Mark Zakharov), 87.06 points, 147 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Gorro (#4)
#194 (#new) Wu duo Jinhua (1959, Jiayi Wang), 87.06 points, 7 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Mate_cosido (#4)
#199 (#new) Maxx (2005, Saman Moghadam), 83.12 points, 7 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
3eyes (#5)
#199 (#new) Ma-ma (1976, Elisabeta Bostan), 83.12 points, 106 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
albajos (#5)
#199 (#new) Climax (2018, Gaspar Noé), 83.12 points, 209 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Carmel1379 (#5)
#199 (#new) Liu san jie (1960, Su Li), 83.12 points, 10 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Mate_cosido (#5)
#199 (#new) Shang Hai zhi yen (1984, Hark Tsui), 83.12 points, 78 checks, 3 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
mjf314 (#5)
#199 (#new) Ru guo · Ai (2005, Peter Ho-Sun Chan), 83.12 points, 52 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Onderhond (#5)
#199 (#new) The Mikado (1939, Victor Schertzinger), 83.12 points, 199 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Opio (#5)
#199 (#new) The Gang's All Here (1943, Busby Berkeley), 83.12 points, 332 checks, 3 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
perceval (#5)
#214 (#new) 'Round Midnight (1986, Bertrand Tavernier), 79.37 points, 489 checks, 2 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
3eyes (#6)
#214 (#new) Potpourri (2011, Elliot Diviney), 79.37 points, 4 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Cocoa (#6)
#214 (#new) New Moon (1940, W.S. Van Dyke, Robert Z. Leonard), 79.37 points, 27 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Tarris1 (#6)
#223 (#new) Zimna wojna (2018, Pawel Pawlikowski), 75.79 points, 420 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Carmel1379 (#7)
#223 (#new) Alice in Wonderland (1985, Harry Harris), 75.79 points, 192 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
mightysparks (#7)
#223 (#new) U samogo sinego morya (1936, Boris Barnet, Samad Mardanov), 75.79 points, 326 checks, 3 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
OldAle1 (#7)
#223 (#new) Novgorodtsy (1943, Boris Barnet), 75.79 points, 13 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
RBG (#7)
#223 (#new) La Bamba (1987, Luis Valdez), 75.79 points, 1669 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
zzzorf (#7)
#231 (#new) Orfeu Negro (1959, Marcel Camus), 72.36 points, 2610 checks, 9 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
mathiasa (#8)
#231 (#new) Jalsaghar (1958, Satyajit Ray), 72.36 points, 1456 checks, 11 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
nimimerkillinen (#8)
#231 (#new) Ai to makoto (2012, Takashi Miike), 72.36 points, 66 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Onderhond (#8)
#238 (#new) Pennies from Heaven (1978, ), 69.1 points, 286 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
jeff_v (#9)
#238 (#new) ¡Bruja, más que bruja! (1977, Fernando Fernán Gómez), 69.1 points, 2 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Mate_cosido (#9)
#238 (#new) How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966, Ben Washam, Chuck Jones), 69.1 points, 19771 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Opio (#9)
#242 (#new) Heißer Sommer (1968, Joachim Hasler), 65.98 points, 11 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
3eyes (#10)
#242 (#new) Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935, W.S. Van Dyke, Roy Del Ruth), 65.98 points, 291 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Cocoa (#10)
#242 (#new) Mughal-E-Azam (1960, K. Asif), 65.98 points, 594 checks, 6 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Gorro (#10)
#248 (#new) The Robber Symphony (1937, Friedrich Feher), 63 points, 8 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
3eyes (#11)
#248 (#new) Cat Ballou (1965, Elliot Silverstein), 63 points, 1805 checks, 2 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
mightysparks (#11)
#248 (#new) High Flyers (1937, Edward F. Cline), 63 points, 8 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Opio (#11)
#248 (#new) The Boy Friend (1971, Ken Russell), 63 points, 253 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
St. Gloede (#11)
#248 (#new) Umrao Jaan (1981, Muzaffar Ali), 63 points, 210 checks, 2 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
XxXApathy420XxX (#11)
#260 (#new) Cairo (1942, W.S. Van Dyke), 60.15 points, 32 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
3eyes (#12)
#260 (#new) Baby Driver (2017, Edgar Wright), 60.15 points, 9233 checks, 5 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Carmel1379 (#12)
#260 (#new) Gypsy (1993, Emile Ardolino), 60.15 points, 79 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
gromit82 (#12)
#260 (#new) Les Girls (1957, George Cukor), 60.15 points, 306 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
mathiasa (#12)
#260 (#new) The Gold Diggers (1983, Sally Potter), 60.15 points, 103 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
OldAle1 (#12)
#260 (#new) Ziegfeld Girl (1941, Busby Berkeley, Robert Z. Leonard), 60.15 points, 266 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
Opio (#12)
#260 (#new) Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941, Edward F. Cline), 60.15 points, 170 checks, 1 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
sol (#12)
#260 (#new) Ballerina (2016, Mimi Maynard, Éric Warin, Eric Summer, Paulette Victor-Lifton), 60.15 points, 357 checks, 0 official lists, 1 votes (IMDb)
1 votersShow
zzzorf (#12)
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#181

Post by joachimt » December 21st, 2018, 8:51 pm

Tarris1 wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 8:34 pm
most of my favorites dropped in rankings
It's hard to compare these two lists. The previous version had only 26 voters and it used the completely different point system. The lowest movie on that list had 18 points, no decimals, so there were a lot of ties. So the rank changes I posted are often off, especially in the lower rankings. #1 has 261 points. No idea what point system was used.
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#182

Post by weirdboy » December 21st, 2018, 8:58 pm

Thanks, joachimt!

Despite my extremely low tolerance for musicals, I have somehow managed to see 90 of them from this list. My highest unseen is that Tsai one I had never heard of until it popped up on this list.

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#183

Post by Lonewolf2003 » December 21st, 2018, 9:02 pm

71/150 (Which is more than I expected)
highest unseen: #12 West Side Story

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#184

Post by albajos » December 21st, 2018, 9:03 pm

Previous list (2013): 69,2% completed
This list (2018): 64,0% completed

96/150
Voted for 35 - 28 ended up on in the top 150.

Highest # I voted for - #1 Singin' in the Rain (#2)
Highest # not voted for - #3 Les parapluies de Cherbourg
Highest # unseen #26 Pyaasa
# of my number 1 - #56 Dong
Highest favorite: #1 Singin' in the Rain
Highest dislike: #149 Cool as Ice

Highest movie I voted for outside of list: Peter Pan
My personal highest ranked movie outside of the list: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (#3)
Highest movie only I voted for: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

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Difference - List Position - My Position
00 11 11 South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
01 01 02 Singin' in the Rain
02 07 09 Mary Poppins
03 04 07 Gold Diggers of 1933
03 18 15 Moulin Rouge!

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Post by OldAle1 » December 21st, 2018, 9:18 pm

Thanks a lot Joachim, good stuff overall even if WAAAYYYYY too heavily dominated by children's/animated stuff IMO.

Seen 118/150, 313/635

Highest # I voted for - #1 Singin' in the Rain
Highest # not voted for - #11 South Park
Highest # unseen #19 Rocky Horror Picture Show
Position of my number 1 - #5 La La Land
Highest dislike: #15 The Lion King

My 5 highest-ranked films that didn't make the list, watch these you fools!

#6 Mammame
#7 U samogo sinego morya / By the Bluest of Seas
#10 Chunhyangdyun
#12 The Gold Diggers
#15 Girl Walk: All Day - little surprised this didn't do better as it's on 500<400 and DTC; but like Mammame and some others it probably doesn't qualify as a musical in many eyes/ears

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Post by RBG » December 21st, 2018, 9:26 pm

so dil se didn't make the list? :'( and a bunch of CARTOONS got in??

i've seen 102 -- highest unseen LALALAND

i like the south park movie but COME ON... might as well put team america in too



tehe i mean this is such a great song
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Post by cinewest » December 21st, 2018, 9:28 pm

I guess I have a different taste in musicals than most people, here (great choreography / dance, and originality or top rate execution score big for me, though I suppose taste plays a part there, as well). Still, half of my top 40 did pretty well, including some of the most unique ones.

Thought La La Land was oh so mediocre, and really don't get the big fuss about that one. Too many cartoons.Some others I wouldn't even call musicals.


Jewels that didn't rate high enough:

Saura's Carmen, Tango, and Blood Wedding (all are exquisite)

Round Midnight (French drama about an ex-pat Jazz Sax icon, played by one and the same)

Oklahoma, Guys And Dolls, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (3 of my favorite Broadway musicals from the 50's adapted very well for the screen, and with some outstanding Choreography)

White Christmas (the version with Danny Kaye, Vera Ellen, and some very good dance numbers, despite the patriotism and sentimentality)

Daddy Long Legs (Fred Astaire, Leslie Caron, and some witty dialogue)

Carmen Jones and Stormy Weather (featuring a host of Afro-American star song and dance acts from the 40's and 50's)

Across The Universe and Hair (two musical takes on America in the late 60's)

and Scrooge (a musical take on the Christmas Carol that's very well done)
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Post by St. Gloede » December 21st, 2018, 9:57 pm

Thank you for hosting, Joachimt!

Seen 106, highest unseen:

47. Labyrinth (been meaning to see it)
50. The Singing Detective
55. Little Shop of Horrors
72. Sita Sings the Blues
73. Head

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Post by cinewest » December 21st, 2018, 10:00 pm

St. Gloede wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 9:57 pm
Thank you for hosting, Joachimt!

Seen 106, highest unseen:

47. Labyrinth (been meaning to see it)
50. The Singing Detective
55. Little Shop of Horrors
72. Sita Sings the Blues
73. Head
The Singing Detective is outstanding, and I just bought a copy in light of this poll.

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Post by albajos » December 21st, 2018, 10:03 pm

If you're in Oslo you can have a Labyrinth if you want. I have two :p

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Post by OldAle1 » December 21st, 2018, 10:05 pm

The Singing Detective is something I just remembered last-minute; I only put it in the unranked part of my list because I really don't remember it all that well but I suspect it deserves a very high ranking. Something else to put on the never-ending to-re-watch list.

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Post by St. Gloede » December 21st, 2018, 10:30 pm

albajos wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 10:03 pm
If you're in Oslo you can have a Labyrinth if you want. I have two :p
Would have loved to 5 years ago, but I now live in Malta. Thank you for the offer however! :cheers:

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Post by Caracortada » December 21st, 2018, 11:06 pm

Beauty and the Beast is higher than West Side Story. (D:)

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Post by OldAle1 » December 22nd, 2018, 12:09 am

Couple of stat comparisons:

Animated films 2013: 6
Animated films 2018: 21

That's not counting partially-animated films like Mary Poppins or Pink Floyd: The Wall. No short films in the 2013 list - not allowed? 2 of the animate films in the 2016 are short; also and most curiously to me, all of the animated films in 2013 were recent, i.e. Disney renaissance and later - no classic-era Disney. In 2018, a good chunk of the pre-1970 Disney output makes it as well as The Yellow Submarine.

Indian films 2013: 3
Indian films 2018: 2

Non-American stuff as a whole did better this time but I don't feel like going through it carefully now.

Decades - 2013 2018

1920s 2 / 2
1930s 23 / 21
1940s 8 / 14
1950s 19 / 21
1960s 14 / 18
1970s 10 / 15
1980s 11 / 14
1990s 7 / 14
2000s 8 / 19
2010s 2 / 12

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Post by flaiky » December 22nd, 2018, 2:00 am

Thanks Jo, fun poll.

Seen: 85/150
Highest Unseen: #27 The Young Girls of Rochefort
Position of my number 1: #14 Cabaret
Highest dislike: #25 The Nightmare Before Christmas...I think, it's been ages but I never even liked it much as a kid. And I've developed a borderline dislike on Moulin Rouge #18, but I included it right at the end of my list because it does have some great numbers and lingering nostalgia.
Least musical-y entry (that I've seen): #23 The Red Shoes
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Post by mightysparks » December 22nd, 2018, 2:59 am

Seen 89/150 which is surprising since I don't really like musicals. I would've voted for All That Jazz but I don't really think of it as a musical (plus it's not tagged as one on IMDb so I would've missed it anyway). Do not understand the love for La La Land :shrug:
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Post by sol » December 22nd, 2018, 3:00 am

Thanks for posting the Blues list. Hard to believe that I'm the only person who voted for Thoroughly Modern Millie. :wacko:

Nice showing for the batshit crazy Sita Sings the Blues, and Singin' in the Rain wins with a 700 point margin. Can't really complain there...
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Post by mightysparks » December 22nd, 2018, 3:02 am

RBG wrote:
December 21st, 2018, 9:26 pm
so dil se didn't make the list? :'( and a bunch of CARTOONS got in??

i've seen 102 -- highest unseen LALALAND

i like the south park movie but COME ON... might as well put team america in too



tehe i mean this is such a great song
Yea but Team America isn't a musical it just has some cool songs. The South Park movie literally has them breaking into song/dance/performance. I also listen to the soundtrack on a regular basis and it's clearly the greatest musical ever :hmph: :P . Not that I can sing along with most of it since I don't swear.. I wish I could've voted for Book of Mormon too :(
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Post by maxwelldeux » December 22nd, 2018, 6:50 am

mightysparks wrote:
December 22nd, 2018, 3:02 am
Not that I can sing along with most of it since I don't swear.
Don't think you can just casually slip that in there without comment... :P

Really?

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Post by mightysparks » December 22nd, 2018, 7:41 am

maxwelldeux wrote:
December 22nd, 2018, 6:50 am
mightysparks wrote:
December 22nd, 2018, 3:02 am
Not that I can sing along with most of it since I don't swear.
Don't think you can just casually slip that in there without comment... :P

Really?
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