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Year-by-Year Polls: Looking back at 2018 (Result)

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Post by Rufus-T » February 24th, 2019, 4:49 am

Here are the results for your 2018 poll.

First, I like a shout out thank you to maxwelldeux for providing a spreadsheet that helped me with the table markup code.

Second, thank you to these 50 posters for participating in the poll: 72allinncallme, albajos, AssonFire, beavis, brokenface, Carmel1379, cayado-coro, connordenney, crumbthumber, edward5, filmbantha, flaiky, fori, Good_Will_Harding, GruesomeTwosome, hurluberlu, insomnius, Ivan0716, jeff_v, Jimi Antiloop, joachimt, klaus78, Lonewolf2003, mathiasa, mightysparks, morrison-dylan-fan, MoTH, Mothravka, Mysterious Dude, nimimerkillinen, OldAle1, Onderhond, ororama, PeacefulAnarchy, Perception de Ambiguity, perceval, rnilsson19, Rufus-T, sol, St. Gloede, Straka, sushantv10, Teproc, the_beer_hunter, timshelboy, Traveller, TraverseTown, viktor-vaudevillain, XxXApathy420XxX, zzzorf

Finally, additional thank you to these 17 posters for participating in at least one of the the performance polls: albajos, AssonFire, Carmel1379, connordenney, edward5, flaiky, Good_Will_Harding, Ivan0716, Lonewolf2003, Mysterious Dude, OldAle1, ororama, Perception de Ambiguity, Rufus-T, sol, Straka, Teproc

There were 325 films mentioned in the film poll, and 239 performers from 144 films were mentioned in the performance polls. More than one films were mentioned for 12 performers. Altogether, 358 films were mentioned in the poll. The 358 films come from these 45 countries:

# of films ____ Country
150 __________ USA
42 ___________ France
32 ___________ UK
17 ___________ Germany
12 ___________ Japan
8 ____________ China
8 ____________ Spain
6 ____________ Australia
6 ____________ South Korea
5 ____________ India
4 ____________ Canada
4 ____________ Denmark
4 ____________ Italy
4 ____________ Russia
4 ____________ Switzerland
3 ____________ Argentina
3 ____________ Chile
3 ____________ Iran
3 ____________ Ireland
3 ____________ Mexico
3 ____________ Norway
3 ____________ Philippines
3 ____________ Portugal
3 ____________ Romania
3 ____________ Sweden
2 ____________ Indonesia
2 ____________ Lebanon
1 ____________ Belgium
1 ____________ Bulgaria
1 ____________ Dominican Republic
1 ____________ Estonia
1 ____________ Hong Kong
1 ____________ Hungary
1 ____________ Iceland
1 ____________ Israel
1 ____________ Montenegro
1 ____________ Netherland
1 ____________ Pakistan
1 ____________ Poland
1 ____________ Singapore
1 ____________ Taiwan
1 ____________ Tunisia
1 ____________ Turkey
1 ____________ Ukraine
1 ____________ Vietnam


There were film performances that were splitted between the leading and the supporting categories. All the points of that performance will be combined in the category with the most points.

To limit the length of the list, more than 1 mention or a landing of a #1 ranking are required to be listed. The film poll also required at least 20 points for the non #1 films.

Tie breaker is # of mentions followed by the film with a higher ranking and then the next higher ranking, etc.

After this poll, we will be returning to our regular Year-by-Year poll for 1932, followed by 1972.

Without further ado, here are our films and performances of 2018:

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RANKFILMDIRECTOR(S)POINTSMENTIONSHIGHEST RANKINGPOSTER(S) WHO RANKED #1LINK
1The FavouriteYorgos Lanthimos 286.0231 St. Gloede:imdb:
2 Roma Alfonso Cuarón 219.5 19 1 flaiky, Good_Will_Harding, Mysterious Dude :imdb:
3 Annihilation Alex Garland 202 14 1 crumbthumber, joachimt, morrison-dylan-fan, Teproc :imdb:
4 Burning / Beoning Chang-dong Lee 195 16 1 rnilsson19 :imdb:
5 Shoplifters / Manbiki kazoku Hirokazu Koreeda 191.5 18 1 Traveller :imdb:
6 BlacKkKlansman Spike Lee 175 17 1 mathiasa, PeacefulAnarchy, sol :imdb:
7 Eighth Grade Bo Burnham 169 13 2 :imdb:
8 Long Day's Journey Into Night / Di qiu zui hou de ye wan Gan Bi 156 11 1 hurluberlu, Mothravka, Perception de Ambiguity, perceval :imdb:
9 Cold War / Zimna wojna Pawel Pawlikowski 150.5 14 2 :imdb:
10 First Reformed Paul Schrader 148 13 1 GruesomeTwosome :imdb:
11 Isle of Dogs Wes Anderson 145 15 1 brokenface, Lonewolf2003 :imdb:
12 The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Ethan Coen & Joel Coen 143 15 1 the_beer_hunter :imdb:
13 Hereditary Ari Aster 123 14 2 :imdb:
14 The House That Jack Built Lars von Trier 122 16 1 72allinncallme :imdb:
15 If Beale Street Could Talk Barry Jenkins 113 10 2 :imdb:
16 An Elephant Sitting Still / Da xiang xi di er zuo Bo Hu 112 10 1 OldAle1 :imdb:
17 Climax Gaspar Noé 107 9 1 filmbantha, Onderhond :imdb:
18 Suspiria Luca Guadagnino 105 9 1 TraverseTown :imdb:
19 Sorry to Bother You Boots Riley 96 11 1 jeff_v :imdb:
20 A Quiet Place John Krasinski 89 10 1 mightysparks :imdb:
21 Upgrade Leigh Whannell 84 7 2 :imdb:
22 Ash is Purest White / Jiang hu er nv Zhangke Jia 83 7 1 MoTH :imdb:
23 Mandy Panos Cosmatos 83 6 1 Carmel1379 :imdb:
24 Leave No Trace Debra Granik 79 8 4 :imdb:
25 Happy as Lazzaro / Lazzaro felice Alice Rohrwacher 76.5 6 2 :imdb:
26 Ready Player One Steven Spielberg 73.5 6 1 zzzorf :imdb:
27 The Other Side of the Wind Orson Welles 72 10 1 connordenney :imdb:
28 Capernaum / Capharnaüm Nadine Labaki 67.5 5 2 :imdb:
29 The Wild Pear Tree / Ahlat Agaci Nuri Bilge Ceylan 67 5 2 :imdb:
30 Zama Lucrecia Martel 64 5 1 viktor-vaudevillain :imdb:
31 Won't You Be My Neighbor? Morgan Neville 57 6 4 :imdb:
32 Avengers: Infinity War Anthony Russo & Joe Russo 55.5 5 2 :imdb:
33 Black Panther Ryan Coogler 51 5 6 :imdb:
34 Green Book Peter Farrelly 50.5 6 1 Rufus-T :imdb:
35 Mission: Impossible - Fallout Christopher McQuarrie 50.5 4 6 :imdb:
36 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, & Rodney Rothman 50 8 7 :imdb:
37 The Death of Stalin Armando Iannucci 48 5 3 :imdb:
38 Somniloquies Lucien Castaing-Taylor & Verena Paravel 48 3 2 :imdb:
39 Bad Times at the El Royale Drew Goddard 47 3 3 :imdb:
40 Dead Souls Bing Wang 46 4 1 edward5, insomnius :imdb:
41 First Man Damien Chazelle 45 6 3 :imdb:
42 A Star Is Born Bradley Cooper 44 8 10 :imdb:
43 Shirkers Sandi Tan 43 5 7 :imdb:
44 A Land Imagined Siew Hua Yeo 42 3 1 klaus78 :imdb:
45 Tumbbad Rahi Anil Barve, Anand Gandhi, & Adesh Prasad 40 3 1 sushantv10 :imdb:
46 Drift Helena Wittmann 39 3 1 beavis :imdb:
47 The Sisters Brothers Jacques Audiard 38 4 8 :imdb:
48 A Simple Favor Paul Feig 36 4 5 :imdb:
49 The Image Book / Le livre d'image Jean-Luc Godard 36 3 2 :imdb:
50 Three Identical Strangers Tim Wardle 36 3 3 :imdb:
51 Support the Girls Andrew Bujalski 35 4 4 :imdb:
52 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Martin McDonagh 34 3 1 timshelboy :imdb:
53 Wildlife Paul Dano 33 4 3 :imdb:
54 November Rainer Sarnet 33 2 1 AssonFire :imdb:
55 You Were Never Really Here Lynne Ramsay 31 4 2 :imdb:
56 Widows Steve McQueen 30 5 4 :imdb:
57 Lean on Pete Andrew Haigh 30 4 4 :imdb:
58 Phantom Thread Paul Thomas Anderson 30 3 6 :imdb:
59 Andhadhun Sriram Raghavan 30 2 5 :imdb:
59 Assassination Nation Sam Levinson 30 2 5 :imdb:
61 The Guilty / Den skyldige Gustav Möller 29.5 3 7 :imdb:
62 Incredibles 2 Brad Bird 28 3 4 :imdb:
63 Sicario: Day of the Soldado Stefano Sollima 28 2 5 :imdb:
64 Thoroughbreds Cory Finley 28 2 6 :imdb:
65 Free Solo Jimmy Chin & Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi 27 5 5 :imdb:
66 The Wild Boys / Les garçons sauvages Bertrand Mandico 27 3 2 :imdb:
67 Unsane Steven Soderbergh 27 3 5 :imdb:
68 American Animals Bart Layton 26 4 3 :imdb:
69 The Wolf House / La Casa Lobo Joaquín Cociña & Cristóbal León 26 4 4 :imdb:
70 The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Terry Gilliam 26 2 2 :imdb:
71 Thunder Road Jim Cummings 25 3 9 :imdb:
72 Girl Lukas Dhont 25 2 3 :imdb:
73 Utøya: July 22 / Utøya 22. juli Erik Poppe 24 3 2 :imdb:
74 We the Animals Jeremiah Zagar 24 2 3 :imdb:
75 Batman Ninja Junpei Mizusaki 23 2 3 :imdb:
76 3 Faces / Se rokh Jafar Panahi 23 2 6 :imdb:
77 Blue Apichatpong Weerasethakul 23 2 7 :imdb:
77 Tomb Raider Roar Uthaug 23 2 7 :imdb:
79 Jeannette: The Childhood of Joan of Arc / Jeannette, l'enfance de Jeanne d'Arc Bruno Dumont 23 2 9 :imdb:
80 The Post Steven Spielberg 22.5 2 9 :imdb:
81 Mirai / Mirai no Mirai Mamoru Hosoda 22 3 11 :imdb:
82 I, Tonya Craig Gillespie 21 3 4 :imdb:
83 Can You Ever Forgive Me? Marielle Heller 21 3 6 :imdb:
84 Beautiful Boy Felix van Groeningen 21 3 10 :imdb:
85 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom J.A. Bayona 21 2 5 :imdb:
86 Tigers Are Not Afraid / Vuelven Issa López 21 2 10 :imdb:
87 Western Valeska Grisebach 20 4 11 :imdb:
88 Shadow / Ying Yimou Zhang 20 3 4 :imdb:
89 The Endless Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead 20 2 4 :imdb:
90 Call Me By Your Name Luca Guadagnino 20 1 1 albajos :imdb:
90 Pope Francis: A Man of His Word Wim Wenders 20 1 1 ororama :imdb:
90 Sunset / Napszállta László Nemes 20 1 1 Ivan0716 :imdb:
90 System Error Florian Opitz 20 1 1 Jimi Antiloop :imdb:
94 Wild Wild Country Chapman Way & Maclain Way 15 1 1 nimimerkillinen :imdb:
95 Twisted Pair Neil Breen 10 1 1 XxXApathy420XxX :imdb:
96 My Friend 'A' / Yûzai Takahisa Zeze 8 1 1 fori :imdb:
97 La flor Mariano Llinás 5 1 1 Straka :imdb:



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LEADING ACTOR

RANKPERFORMERFILMPOINTSMENTIONSHIGHEST RANKINGPOSTER(S) WHO RANKED #1
1Ethan HawkeFirst Reformed63.091Good_Will_Harding, Lonewolf2003, sol
2 John Huston The Other Side of the Wind 34 4 1 connordenney, OldAle1
3 Lily Franky Shoplifters / Manbiki kazoku 31 6 2
4 Tomasz Kot Cold War / Zimna wojna 29 4 1 Carmel1379
5 John David Washington BlacKkKlansman 28 6 3
6 Rami Malek Bohemian Rhapsody 24 4 1 ororama
7 Marcello Fonte Dogman 23 3 1 AssonFire, Ivan0716
8 Viggo Mortensen Green Book 22 3 1 Rufus-T
9 Christian Bale Vice 20 3 2
10 Ah-in Yoo Burning / Beoning 19 6 4
11 Joaquin Phoenix You Were Never Really Here 19 3 2
12 Jim Cummings Thunder Road 18 3 2
13 Ben Foster Leave No Trace 18 3 2
14 Meinhard Neumann Western 17 3 4
15 Steve Carell Beautiful Boy 15 3 3
16 Stephan James If Beale Street Could Talk 15 3 4
17 Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born 14 5 6
18 Lakeith Stanfield Sorry to Bother You 13 2 2
19 Willem Dafoe At Eternity's Gate 11 2 1 Mysterious Dude
20 Daniel Giménez Cacho Zama 11 2 2
21 Alex Lutz Guy 10 1 1 Teproc
21 Charlie Plumber Lean on Pete 10 1 1 flaiky
23 John Cho Searching 9 2 4
24 Brady Jandreau The Rider 9 2 5
24 Daveed Diggs Blindspotting 9 2 5
26 Robert Redford The Old Man & the Gun 8 2 7
27 Ryan Gosling First Man 7 3 8
28 Jonathan Pryce The Wife 6 2 3
29 Matt Dillon The House That Jack Built 6 2 7
30 Victor Polster Girl 6 1 1 albajos
31 Bogdan Dumitrache Pororoca 4 1 1 edward5
32 Adriano Tardiolo Happy as Lazzaro / Lazzaro felice 2 2 4
33 Abu Osama Of Fathers and Sons / Kinder des Kalifats 1 1 1 Perception de Ambiguity


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LEADING ACTRESS

RANKPERFORMERFILMPOINTSMENTIONSHIGHEST RANKINGPOSTER(S) WHO RANKED #1
1Olivia ColmanThe Favourite 67.0121Lonewolf2003*, Perception de Ambiguity, Rufus-T, sol
2 Elsie Fisher Eighth Grade 59 9 1 AssonFire, ororama
3 Joanna Kulig Cold War / Zimna wojna 50 8 1 Carmel1379
4 Sakura Andô Shoplifters / Manbiki kazoku 44 8 1 OldAle1
5 Yalitza Aparicio Roma 42 8 1 Mysterious Dude
6 Toni Collette Hereditary 40 7 1 flaiky
7 Lady Gaga A Star Is Born 38 7 1 Teproc
8 Tao Zhao Ash is Purest White / Jiang hu er nv 31 5 1 Ivan0716
9 Melissa McCarthy Can You Ever Forgive Me? 28 5 3
10 KiKi Layne If Beale Street Could Talk 27 5 2
11 Thomasin McKenzie Leave No Trace 19 4 1 Good_Will_Harding
12 Viola Davis Widows 16 4 3
13 Charlize Theron Tully 15 2 1 Lonewolf2003
14 Eva Melander Border / Gräns 14 3 3
15 Regina Hall Support the Girls 13 2 1 connordenney
16 Chloë Grace Moretz The Miseducation of Cameron Post 13 2 3
17 Claire Foy Unsane 12 3 2
18 Helena Howard Madeline's Madeline 12 2 2
19 Glenn Close The Wife 10 3 4
20 Natalie Portman Annihilation 8 3 7
21 Anna Kendrick A Simple Favor 5 2 7
22 Mélanie Thierry Memoir of War / La douleur 4 1 1 edward5
22 Pilar Gamboa La flor 4 1 1 Straka

* Lonewolf2003 voted Olivia Colman #1 as a supporting role


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SUPPORTING ACTOR

RANKPERFORMERFILMPOINTSMENTIONSHIGHEST RANKINGPOSTER(S) WHO RANKED #1
1Steven YeunBurning / Beoning51.091Carmel1379, connordenney, Ivan0716
2 Richard E. Grant Can You Ever Forgive Me? 45 6 1 ororama, sol
3 Tim Blake Nelson The Ballad of Buster Scruggs 44 8 1 OldAle1
4 Nicholas Hoult The Favourite 39 5 1 Good_Will_Harding, Lonewolf2003
5 Adam Driver BlacKkKlansman 36 5 3
6 Tom Waits The Ballad of Buster Scruggs 33 9 1 Mysterious Dude
7 Mahershala Ali Green Book 33 7 3
8 Fan Liao Ash is Purest White / Jiang hu er nv 25 4 1 flaiky
9 Daniel Kaluuya Widows 20 3 2
10 Brian Tyree Henry If Beale Street Could Talk 19 3 2
11 Sam Elliott A Star Is Born 17 4 1 Rufus-T
12 Timothée Chalamet Beautiful Boy 17 3 3
13 Murat Cemcir The Wild Pear Tree / Ahlat Agaci 16 2 1 Teproc
14 Harry Melling The Ballad of Buster Scruggs 14 3 4
15 Colman Domingo If Beale Street Could Talk 12 2 3
16 Sam Rockwell Vice 12 2 4
17 Steve Carell Vice 12 2 5
18 Anton Yelchin Thoroughbreds 11 2 2
19 John C. Reilly The Sisters Brothers 11 2 4
20 Jonathan Pryce The Man Who Killed Don Quixote 10 2 2
21 Jake Gyllenhaal The Sisters Brothers 10 1 1 AssonFire
22 Josh Hamilton Eighth Grade 9 3 5
23 Hugh Grant Paddington 2 9 2 4
24 Topher Grace BlacKkKlansman 8 2 5
25 Russell Hornsby The Hate U Give 7 2 6
26 Jyo Kairi Shoplifters / Manbiki kazoku 7 2 7
27 Armie Hammer Call Me By Your Name 7 1 1 albajos
28 Michael Beach If Beale Street Could Talk 6 2 4
29 Peter Bogdanovich The Other Side of the Wind 6 2 7
30 Brian Tyree Henry Widows 5 2 7
31 Kôji Yakusho The Blood of Wolves / Korô no chi 4 1 1 edward5
32 Michael B. Jordan Black Panther 2 2 10


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SUPPORTING ACTRESS

RANKPERFORMERFILMPOINTSMENTIONSHIGHEST RANKINGPOSTER(S) WHO RANKED #1
1Emma StoneThe Favourite 84.0121albajos*, Rufus-T
2 Rachel Weisz The Favourite 75 12 1 albajos, flaiky, sol
3 Jong-seo Jun Burning / Beoning 51 8 1 Carmel1379, Teproc
4 Regina King If Beale Street Could Talk 41 8 1 Mysterious Dude
5 Elizabeth Debicki Widows 39 5 1 Ivan0716, ororama
6 Zoe Kazan The Ballad of Buster Scruggs 36 7 3
7 Marina de Tavira Roma 36 6 2
8 Cynthia Erivo Bad Times at the El Royale 28 5 2
9 Amanda Seyfried First Reformed 20 5 4
10 Blake Lively A Simple Favor 19 3 3
11 Claire Foy First Man 15 3 2
12 Michelle Yeoh Crazy Rich Asians 14 4 4
13 Jennifer Jason Leigh Annihilation 13 3 3
14 Anne Hathaway Ocean’s Eight 13 2 4
15 Amy Adams Vice 12 2 1 AssonFire
16 Tilda Swinton Suspiria 11 2 5
17 Andrea Riseborough Mandy 10 2 2
17 J. Smith-Cameron Nancy 10 2 2
19 Gina Rodriguez Annihilation 10 2 4
20 Haley Lu Richardson Support the Girls 10 2 5
21 Kayli Carter Private Life 10 1 1 Good_Will_Harding
21 Min-hee Kim The Day After / Geu-hu 10 1 1 connordenney
21 Miranda July Madeline's Madeline 10 1 1 OldAle1
24 Kirin Kiki Shoplifters / Manbiki kazoku 9 2 1 Perception de Ambiguity
25 Mackenzie Davis Tully 7 2 5
26 Millicent Simmonds A Quiet Place 6 2 8
27 Cynthia Erivo Widows 4 2 7
28 Léa Drucker Custody / Jusqu'à la garde 4 1 1 edward5

* albajos voted Emma Stone #1 as a leading role


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Post by mightysparks » February 24th, 2019, 5:25 am

Ooh yay, results and pretty tables :circle:

Though I'll be using this as a recommendation list, 2018 seems to be a pretty bad year for film based on what I've seen on this list so far...
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Post by sol » February 24th, 2019, 12:24 pm

I knew that I should have left Emma Stone off my ballot. <_< Without the extra nine points from me, we would have had an amazingly justified tied win in the Supporting Actress field.

Very interesting results; thanks for compiling them. Tickled pink to see my #2 of the year triumphantly win here. I feel little unadventurous though with all of my acting #1s coming either first or second.

Oh, and I think that Ethan Hawke's winning margin is probably the largest since these polls ever started on the CFB. :o
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Post by St. Gloede » February 24th, 2019, 1:58 pm

Thank you for hosting Rufus. I have to sat I'm surprised The Favourite won. Part of the reason I suddenly jumped in and marathoned through the top of my watchlist was to be able to support it - and now I see my vote was not ever needed. :D

I'm missing a lot of the top films still, so should have a lot of goodies to come.

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Post by joachimt » February 24th, 2019, 3:37 pm

St. Gloede wrote:
February 24th, 2019, 1:58 pm
I'm missing a lot of the top films still, so should have a lot of goodies to come.
Same here. From the top 10 I've only seen #2 and #3.
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Post by Lonewolf2003 » February 24th, 2019, 11:31 pm

Thanks, Rufus. :worship:
I'm actually more surprised by Annihilation being #3, I know it's liked a lot by others, but didn't know it's loved that much by that many.

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Post by Teproc » February 24th, 2019, 11:35 pm

Lonewolf2003 wrote:
February 24th, 2019, 11:31 pm
Thanks, Rufus. :worship:
I'm actually more surprised by Annihilation being #3, I know it's liked a lot by others, but didn't know it's loved that much by that many.
Availability must have helped: it's on Netflix for anyone outside the US, and it's been out since March.

Also, Blade Runner 2049 was #3 last year. I wonder how much overlap there is between the voters there (I know I'm one). Artsy sci-fi mafia ? :ph43r:

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Post by OldAle1 » February 24th, 2019, 11:42 pm

Good stuff, thanks Rufus. Kind of shocked that I managed to see as many as I did - 8 of the top 10. No real surprises or major disappointments, other than my own disappointment for not having yet seen a lot of stuff further down the list.

re: Annihilation/Blade Runner - the former was high on my list, the latter not even an also-ran last year. I certainly like plenty of "arty" SF but the Blade Runner sequel really didn't do it for me apart from the admittedly impressive visuals.

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Post by PeacefulAnarchy » February 25th, 2019, 6:20 am

1. The Favourite
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2. Roma
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3. Annihilation
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4. Beoning [Burning]
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5. Manbiki kazoku [Shoplifters]
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6. BlacKkKlansman
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7. Eighth Grade
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8. Di qiu zui hou de ye wan [Long Day's Journey Into Night]
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9. Zimna wojna [Cold War]
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10. First Reformed
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11. Isle of Dogs
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12. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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13. Hereditary
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14. The House That Jack Built
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15. If Beale Street Could Talk
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16. Da xiang xi di er zuo [An Elephant Sitting Still]
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17. Climax
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18. Suspiria
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19. Sorry to Bother You
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20. A Quiet Place
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21. Upgrade
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22. Jiang hu er nv [Ash Is Purest White]
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23. Mandy
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24. Leave No Trace
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25. Lazzaro felice [Happy as Lazzaro]
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Post by joachimt » February 25th, 2019, 6:23 am

Personally, I don't like the fact that movies with one vote end up on the final list. I use the forum lists to find recommendations to watch on Netflix by cross-referencing all those lists with the list of movies on Netflix. But honestly I'm not interested in watching a movie that happened to be loved by a single user and nobody else. There's a 6.5 hour documentary at the bottom of this list that happens to be on Netflix. I'm going to skip that one.
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Post by GruesomeTwosome » February 25th, 2019, 6:34 am

Thanks, Rufus!

I’m also (pleasantly) surprised that Annihilation placed so highly, I figured it was too divisive in its reception to secure such a high spot. Pretty cool that it seems quite well liked here.
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Post by GruesomeTwosome » February 25th, 2019, 6:45 am

joachimt wrote:
February 25th, 2019, 6:23 am
Personally, I don't like the fact that movies with one vote end up on the final list. I use the forum lists to find recommendations to watch on Netflix by cross-referencing all those lists with the list of movies on Netflix. But honestly I'm not interested in watching a movie that happened to be loved by a single user and nobody else. There's a 6.5 hour documentary at the bottom of this list that happens to be on Netflix. I'm going to skip that one.
Kind of an unnecessary comment, IMO.

Can’t you just make an ICM list for yourself with only the films that had at least 2 votes then, for your personal use?
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Post by PeacefulAnarchy » February 25th, 2019, 6:56 am

joachimt wrote:
February 25th, 2019, 6:23 am
Personally, I don't like the fact that movies with one vote end up on the final list. I use the forum lists to find recommendations to watch on Netflix by cross-referencing all those lists with the list of movies on Netflix. But honestly I'm not interested in watching a movie that happened to be loved by a single user and nobody else. There's a 6.5 hour documentary at the bottom of this list that happens to be on Netflix. I'm going to skip that one.
The final list is everything with as many points as a #1 film, plus #1 films. That's kind of by design. I wouldn't look at anything near the bottom of the list as anything but a rec from the voters who voted for it. Seems weird to look at the whole thing as unqualified recommendations, just like when people look at the "all nominees" lists for our polls and find the weird stuff hanging out way off the main list.

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Post by joachimt » February 25th, 2019, 7:07 am

PeacefulAnarchy wrote:
February 25th, 2019, 6:56 am
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February 25th, 2019, 6:23 am
Personally, I don't like the fact that movies with one vote end up on the final list. I use the forum lists to find recommendations to watch on Netflix by cross-referencing all those lists with the list of movies on Netflix. But honestly I'm not interested in watching a movie that happened to be loved by a single user and nobody else. There's a 6.5 hour documentary at the bottom of this list that happens to be on Netflix. I'm going to skip that one.
The final list is everything with as many points as a #1 film, plus #1 films. That's kind of by design. I wouldn't look at anything near the bottom of the list as anything but a rec from the voters who voted for it. Seems weird to look at the whole thing as unqualified recommendations, just like when people look at the "all nominees" lists for our polls and find the weird stuff hanging out way off the main list.
There's a difference between the all-votes-lists and these lists, because these are presented as "official" results and leave out movies that didn't get enough points.

I've been doing this total crossreference for a few weeks now and so far I enjoy it. It makes me watch stuff I would have skipped otherwise and already had some pleasant surprises.

@GruesomeTwosome: I don't think it's a unnecessary comment. At other polls we avoid 1-vote movies in the final results. We even try to avoid 2-vote movies as well.
But maybe I'll do what you suggest. Takes some time to create such a list, but it might be useful.
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Post by yllow » February 25th, 2019, 9:41 am

Very interesting to look at. So there were a group of films that scored between 10 and 20pts but were not included because there were no #1s? Do you have a full list?

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Post by Ivan0716 » February 25th, 2019, 12:48 pm

Thanks Rufus. A shame there weren't more votes for the acting categories.

Also, 5 non-English films in the top 10?!

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Post by Onderhond » February 25th, 2019, 12:54 pm

As someone who usually finds the most interesting things at the bottom of result lists (less middle-of-the-road, crowd-pleasers), I like the inclusion of the #1s.

Edit: like the screenshot of Sorry To Bother You, looks like Lynch's Rabbits :)

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » February 25th, 2019, 2:31 pm

Teproc wrote:
February 24th, 2019, 11:35 pm
Lonewolf2003 wrote:
February 24th, 2019, 11:31 pm
Thanks, Rufus. :worship:
I'm actually more surprised by Annihilation being #3, I know it's liked a lot by others, but didn't know it's loved that much by that many.
Availability must have helped: it's on Netflix for anyone outside the US, and it's been out since March.

Also, Blade Runner 2049 was #3 last year. I wonder how much overlap there is between the voters there (I know I'm one). Artsy sci-fi mafia ? :ph43r:
Yes it has a good availability. But that isn’t the reason for it, since it has the least mentions of all in the top 6.

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Post by crumbthumber » February 25th, 2019, 5:17 pm

Lonewolf2003 wrote:
February 25th, 2019, 2:31 pm
Teproc wrote:
February 24th, 2019, 11:35 pm
Lonewolf2003 wrote:
February 24th, 2019, 11:31 pm
Thanks, Rufus. :worship:
I'm actually more surprised by Annihilation being #3, I know it's liked a lot by others, but didn't know it's loved that much by that many.
Availability must have helped: it's on Netflix for anyone outside the US, and it's been out since March.

Also, Blade Runner 2049 was #3 last year. I wonder how much overlap there is between the voters there (I know I'm one). Artsy sci-fi mafia ? :ph43r:
Yes it has a good availability. But that isn’t the reason for it, since it has the least mentions of all in the top 6.
Well, I was one who ranked Annihilation at #1. I didn't have Blade Runner 2049 ranked that high last year (I think it was in the mid-20's on my list). For me, Annihilation had the most scenes that stuck with me. Even if it wasn't a perfect film, two scenes (The Bear and the Mimic) would've been in my top 3 scenes of the year.

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Post by flaiky » February 25th, 2019, 6:12 pm

Beautifully done, Rufus, thank you! :clap: I wasn't sure which film would win but I guess it's all in the title. I've seen 7 from the top 10, looking forward to the other three.

I'm surprised that The Rider missed out. I didn't include it due to date purity, but I thought a few others here would have it on their list. It's a great little film.
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Post by OldAle1 » February 25th, 2019, 6:25 pm

flaiky wrote:
February 25th, 2019, 6:12 pm

I'm surprised that The Rider missed out. I didn't include it due to date purity, but I thought a few others here would have it on their list. It's a great little film.
It was on my list to see, just didn't get around to it. But one of my friends offsite picked it as his favorite of the year; he's somebody I agree with somewhat often but he's certainly got his eccentricities and I would love to know why he picked it. He writes reviews also but they are immense - 2-4,000 words typically and he always spoils the entire plot - every single detail - so I never read any of them until after seeing the films, and this is the only film from his top 10 that I haven't seen yet. So maybe I'll get to it soon.

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Post by fori » February 26th, 2019, 12:13 am

The bottom three are the most interesting to me (the middle one of course being my number one pick, which was fantastic). Twisted Pair and La Flor sound insane and are two of my most anticipated films of last year. On that note, is there an IMDb or ICM list of every nominated film? That would be great!

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Post by timshelboy » February 26th, 2019, 5:05 pm

:cheers: for your hard work Rufus.

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Post by Rufus-T » February 26th, 2019, 7:24 pm

I forgot to mention, congratulation to you guys for busting my watchlist :lol: However, I will take a break from movies for a little while before getting back to my overfilled watchlist.

Regarding film list cut off, I personally also interested in the bottom part of the list. I would have prefer listing everything mentioned without minimum film mention or cut-off points. I understand the rationale about minimum # of films mentioned, as explained by joachimt. Also the list can get too long. There were a brief discussion within our small group about having some minimum film requirement as well. If a film is ranked the best by someone, I thought it is worth a recognition so I included all # 1 ranked no matter how many points, at least for this annual poll anyway. One film I particularly interested in is La flor, a 13 1/2 hrs epic. I don't know where to find it yet.

As requested by yllow and for those who are interested, here are the rest of the films in alphabetical order that did not made the cut. There are some music videos and some live stand-up.

+ (Peter Holden)
24 Frames (Abbas Kiarostami)
The Absence of Apricots (Daniel Asadi Faezi)
Ada Kaleh (Helena Wittmann)
Ága (Milko Lazarov)
Água Forte (Mónica Baptista)
Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife (Jay Karas)
All Creatures Welcome (Sandra Trostel)
Altiplano (Malena Szlam)
Ama (Julie Gautier)
Amanda (Mikhaël Hers)
The Amityville Murders (Daniel Farrands)
An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn (Jim Hosking)
An Impossible Love / Un amour impossible (Catherine Corsini)
AnCap Grind - The Pholosopher (The Pholosopher)
Andre the Giant (Jason Hehir)
Animal World / Dong wu shi jie (Yan Han)
Anon (Andrew Niccol)
Ant-Man and the Wasp (Peyton Reed)
Apocalypse After / Ultra pulpe (Bertrand Mandico)
Apostle (Gareth Evans)
Aquaman (James Wan)
Aquarela (Viktor Kossakovsky)
The Art of Seduction / Mademoiselle de Joncquières (Emmanuel Mouret)
A Árvore (André Gil Mata)
Asdfmovie11 (Thomas Ridgewell)
At Eternity's Gate (Julian Schnabel)
Bao (Domee Shi)
Bathtubs Over Broadway (Dava Whisenant)
Becoming Animal (Emma Davie & Peter Mettler)
Becoming Bond (Josh Greenbaum)
Bert Kreischer: Secret Time (Todd Biermann)
Bisbee '17 (Robert Greene)
Black '47 (Lance Daly)
Bleach (Shinsuke Sato)
Blindspotting (Carlos López Estrada)
Bohemian Rhapsody (Bryan Singer)
Border / Gräns (Ali Abbasi)
Brothers' Nest (Clayton Jacobson)
Bumblebee (Travis Knight)
Butterfly (Anthony Byrne)
The Captain / Der Hauptmann (Robert Schwentke)
The Christmas Chronicles (Clay Kaytis)
The Chrysanthemum and the Guillotine / Kiku to Guillotine Onna Zumô to Anarchism (Takahisa Zeze)
Classical Period (Ted Fendt)
The Cleaners / Im Schatten der Netzwelt (Hans Block & Moritz Riesewieck)
Cobra Kai (Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg, Jennifer Celotta, Josh Heald, Steve Pink, & Michael Grossman)
Cocote (Nelson Carlo de Los Santos Arias)
Colophon (For the Arboretum Cycle) (Nathaniel Dorsky)
Commodity City (Jessica Kingdon)
Crazy Rich Asians (Jon M. Chu)
Daniel Sloss: Live Shows (Daniel Sloss)
Darkest Hour (Joe Wright)
The Day After / Geu-hu (Sang-soo Hong)
De Hoofdvrouw (Hester Overmars)
Dead Pigs (Cathy Yan)
Deadpool 2 (David Leitch)
Demetri Martin: The Overthinker (Jay Karas)
Dogman (Matteo Garrone)
Dominion (Chris Delforce)
Double Lover / L'amant double (François Ozon)
Dying of the Light / In the Dying Light / Dark (Paul Schrader)
E (Anna Malina Zemlianski)
El Angel / El ángel (Luis Ortega)
Errementari (Paul Urkijo Alijo)
Every Day (Michael Sucsy)
Everybody Knows / Todos lo saben (Asghar Farhadi)
Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist (Trey Borzillieri & Barbara Schroeder)
Félicité (Alain Gomis)
Fifty Shades Freed (James Foley)
Final Deployment 4: Queen Battle Walkthrough (Nick Gibbons & Chris 'Casper' Kelly)
Flavors of Youth / Si shi qing chun (Haoling Li, Yoshitaka Takeuch, & Xiaoxing Yi)
The Florida Project (Sean Baker)
Foxtrot (Samuel Maoz)
From Its Mouth Came a River of High-End Residential Appliances (Jon Wang)
Future World (James Franco & Bruce Thierry Cheung)
Game Night (John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein)
Gemini (Aaron Katz)
The Girl in the Orange Dress (Jay Abello) (Jay Abello)
Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle / Gojira: kessen kidô zôshoku toshi (Hiroyuki Seshita & Kôbun Shizuno)
Godzilla: The Planet Eater / Gojira: hoshi wo kû mono (Hiroyuki Seshita & Kôbun Shizuno)
Golden Exits (Alex Ross Perry)
The Gold-Laden Sheep & the Sacred Mountain (Quentin Dupieux)
The Grand Bizarre (Jodie Mack)
Grass (Sang-soo Hong)
The Green Fog (Evan Johnson, Galen Johnson & Guy Maddin)
Grenfell (Ben Anthony)
Gringo (Nash Edgerton)
Gundermann (Andreas Dresen)
Guy (Alex Lutz)
Halloween (David Gordon Green)
The Haunting of Hill House (Mike Flanagan)
Hearts Beat Loud (Brett Haley)
Hidden Man / Xie bu ya zheng (Wen Jiang)
Holiday (Isabella Eklöf)
Hotel by the River / Gangbyeon hotel (Sang-soo Hong)
The House by the Sea / La villa (Robert Guédiguian)
The House with a Clock in Its Walls (Eli Roth)
I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians / Îmi este indiferent daca în istorie vom intra ca barbari (Radu Jude)
Ideal Home (Andrew Fleming)
I'll Take Your Dead (Chad Archibald)
In Fabric (Peter Strickland)
In the Aisles / In den Gängen (Thomas Stuber)
Incident in a Ghostland / Ghostland (Pascal Laugier)
Infinite Football / Fotbal Infinit (Corneliu Porumboiu)
The Innocent Man (Clay Tweel)
The Insult (Ziad Doueiri)
Jamilia / Djamilia (Aminatou Echard)
Jane Fonda in Five Acts (Susan Lacy)
John Mulaney: Kid Gorgeous at Radio City (Alex Timbers)
Jonaki (Aditya Vikram Sengupta)
Juliet, Naked (Jesse Peretz)
Keep an Eye Out / Au poste! (Quentin Dupieux)
Kickboxer: Retaliation (Dimitri Logothetis)
The Kindergarten Teacher (Sara Colangelo)
The Kissing Booth (Vince Marcello)
Knife+Heart / Un couteau dans le coeur (Yann Gonzalez)
Lady Bird (Greta Gerwig)
Lady Gaga - Look What I Found (A Star Is Born) (???)
Lady Gaga feat. Bradley Cooper - Shallow (???)
Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper - Shallow (A Star Is Born) (???)
Late Afternoon (Louise Bagnall)
Let the Corpses Tan / Laissez bronzer les cadavres (Hélène Cattet & Bruno Forzani)
Let the Sun Shine In / Un beau soleil intérieur (Claire Denis)
Leto (Kirill Serebrennikov)
Lifechanger (Justin McConnell)
Light Years (Tim Cawkwell)
The Little Mermaid (Blake Harris & Chris Bouchard)
The Little Stranger (Lenny Abrahamson) (Lenny Abrahamson)
Love, Simon (Greg Berlanti)
Loveless / Nelyubov (Andrey Zvyagintsev)
Lover for a Day / L'amant d'un jour (Philippe Garrel)
Lucky (John Carroll Lynch)
Madeline's Madeline (Josephine Decker)
Marjorie Prime (Michael Almereyda)
Maze Runner: The Death Cure (Wes Ball)
Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno (Abdellatif Kechiche)
Memoir of War / La douleur (Emmanuel Finkiel)
Mid90s (Jonah Hill)
Minding the Gap (Bing Liu)
The Miseducation of Cameron Post (Desiree Akhavan)
Mitra (Jorge Léon)
Molly's Game (Aaron Sorkin)
The Mule (Clint Eastwood)
Mute (Duncan Jones)
Namdev Bhau in Search of Silence / Namdev Bhau (Dar Gai)
The Nature of Human / Die Natur des Menschen (Charlotte Hock)
The Night Comes for Us (Timo Tjahjanto)
Night Is Short, Walk On Girl / Yoru wa mijikashi aruke yo otome (Masaaki Yuasa)
The Nile Hilton Incident (Tarik Saleh)
No Obvious Signs (Alina Gorlova)
The Nothing Factory / A Fábrica de Nada (Pedro Pinho)
Ocean’s Eight (Gary Ross)
Ode to the Goose / Good Day / Joh-eun-na (Lu Zhang)
Of Fathers and Sons / Kinder des Kalifats (Talal Derki)
The Old Man & the Gun (David Lowery)
Optimism (Deborah Stratman)
Our Time / Nuestro tiempo (Carlos Reygadas)
Overlord (Julius Avery)
Paddington 2 (Paul King)
People of the Lake / Gens du lac (Jean-Marie Straub)
Per Fugelli: Siste resept (Erik Poppe)
Peter Rabbit (Will Gluck)
Peterloo (Mike Leigh)
Primitive Technology: Yam, cultivate and cook (Primitive Technology)
Private Life (Tamara Jenkins)
Prototype (Blake Williams)
Radiance / Hikari (Naomi Kawase)
Ralph Breaks the Internet (Phil Johnston & Rich Moore)
Rampage (Brad Peyton)
Ray & Liz (Richard Billingham)
RBG (Julie Cohen & Betsy West)
The Realm / El reino (Rodrigo Sorogoyen)
The Rider (Chloé Zhao)
River's Edge / Ribâzu ejji (Isao Yukisada)
A Rough Draft / Chernovik (Sergey Mokritskiy)
Russell Brand: Re:Birth (Chris Howe)
Sauvages, au coeur des zoos humains (Pascal Blanchard & Bruno Victor-Pujebet)
Scooby-Doo & Batman: The Brave and the Bold (Jake Castorena)
Searching (Aneesh Chaganty)
Season of the Devil / Ang panahon ng halimaw (Lav Diaz)
The Seen and Unseen / Sekala Niskala (Kamila Andini)
The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro)
Shoah: Four Sisters / Les quatre soeurs (Claude Lanzmann)
Show Dogs (Raja Gosnell)
A Solar Dream / Un rêve solaire (Patrick Bokanowski)
Solo: A Star Wars Story (Ron Howard)
Song to Song (Terrence Malick)
Sorry Angel / Plaire, aimer et courir vite (Christophe Honoré)
Spectral Ascension (Paul Clipson)
The Spy Gone North / Gongjak (Jong-bin Yoon)
The Square (Ruben Östlund)
Stress (Florian Baron)
Studio 54 (Matt Tyrnauer)
Styx (Wolfgang Fischer)
Summer 1993 / Estiu 1993 (Carla Simón)
Summer of 84 (François Simard, Anouk Whissell, & Yoann-Karl Whissell)
Sunday's Illness / La enfermedad del domingo (Ramón Salazar)
The Symphony of Uncertainty (Claudia Lehmann)
Tag (Jeff Tomsic)
Tempting Devils / Que le diable nous emporte (Jean-Claude Brisseau)
The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling (Judd Apatow)
They Shall Not Grow Old (Peter Jackson)
They'll Love Me When I'm Dead (Morgan Neville)
The Third Wife (Ash Mayfair)
Transit (Christian Petzold)
Trees Down Here (Ben Rivers)
Tully (Jason Reitman)
Umbilical World (David Firth)
Un peu de romantisme par Johanna Vaude (Johanna Vaude)
Under the Silver Lake (David Robert Mitchell)
Unfriended: Dark Web (Stephen Susco)
A Very English Scandal (Stephen Frears)
Vever (Deborah Stratman)
Vox Lux (Brady Corbet)
Welcome to Marwen (Robert Zemeckis)
What Will People Say / Hva vil folk si (Iram Haq)
White Boy Rick (Yann Demange)
The Wife (Björn Runge)
Winter Brothers / Vinterbrødre (Hlynur Palmason)
Wittnerchrome notes 2 (Nick Collins)
Woman at War / Kona fer í stríð (Benedikt Erlingsson)
Women with Gunpowder Earrings (Reza Farahmand)
Wonder Wheel (Woody Allen)
A Wrinkle in Time (Ava DuVernay)
You Have the Night / Ti imas noc (Ivan Salatic)
Your Face / Ni de lian (Ming-liang Tsai)
Zoe (Drake Doremus)

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Post by albajos » February 26th, 2019, 8:03 pm

Now that the Oscars are soooo done, we do have the results

Film
33 Green Book
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01 The Favourite
02 Roma
06 BlacKkKlansman
32 Black Panther
41 A Star Is Born
__ Bohemian Rhapsody
__ Vice

Foreign Language
01 Roma
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03 Manbiki kazoku
05 Zimna wojna
10 Capharnaüm
__ Werk ohne Autor

Acting Awards
06 Rami Malek
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08 Viggo Mortensen
09 Christian Bale
17 Bradley Cooper
19 Willem Dafoe

01 Olivia Colman
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05 Yalitza Aparicio
07 Lady Gaga
09 Melissa McCarthy
19 Glenn Close

Supp. Acting Awards
07 Mahershala Ali
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02 Richard E. Grant
05 Adam Driver
11 Sam Elliott
16 Sam Rockwell

04 Regina King
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01 Emma Stone
02 Rachel Weisz
07 Marina de Tavira
15 Amy Adams

(as a note, I hadn't seen Vice at deadline, but have now. My 7 points to Bale would put him on top of the 5 nominees, but I guess many votes this last week could change things around)

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Post by GruesomeTwosome » February 26th, 2019, 8:19 pm

Ha, didn't notice until now that those two Best Pic nominees (Bohemian Rhapsody and Vice) didn't even make our top 97 list. That's a good thing of course.
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Post by Rufus-T » February 26th, 2019, 9:58 pm

GruesomeTwosome wrote:
February 26th, 2019, 8:19 pm
Ha, didn't notice until now that those two Best Pic nominees (Bohemian Rhapsody and Vice) didn't even make our top 97 list. That's a good thing of course.
No one even mentioned Vice for the film poll.

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Post by GruesomeTwosome » February 26th, 2019, 10:23 pm

Rufus-T wrote:
February 26th, 2019, 9:58 pm
GruesomeTwosome wrote:
February 26th, 2019, 8:19 pm
Ha, didn't notice until now that those two Best Pic nominees (Bohemian Rhapsody and Vice) didn't even make our top 97 list. That's a good thing of course.
No one even mentioned Vice for the film poll.
Yeah that’s kinda funny. I think it’s only an “OK” film (at best), so I’m content to see it absent in the film poll results.
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Post by nimimerkillinen » March 1st, 2019, 3:38 pm

joachimt wrote:
February 25th, 2019, 6:23 am
Personally, I don't like the fact that movies with one vote end up on the final list. I use the forum lists to find recommendations to watch on Netflix by cross-referencing all those lists with the list of movies on Netflix. But honestly I'm not interested in watching a movie that happened to be loved by a single user and nobody else. There's a 6.5 hour documentary at the bottom of this list that happens to be on Netflix. I'm going to skip that one.
im baffled no one else voted for it. was it because its miniseries? top tier of the decad for sure
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Post by yllow » March 3rd, 2019, 4:36 am

Thanks for the full results of films mentioned but yes a bit of an odd list with all those music videos and tons of 2017 releases too.

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Post by rnilsson19 » March 17th, 2019, 8:25 pm

When will the 1932 poll be up?

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Post by cayado-coro » March 17th, 2019, 9:10 pm

rnilsson19 wrote:
March 17th, 2019, 8:25 pm
When will the 1932 poll be up?
Yeah, I look forward to that!

Btw, thanks for the hard work.

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Post by OldAle1 » March 18th, 2019, 12:02 am

rnilsson19 wrote:
March 17th, 2019, 8:25 pm
When will the 1932 poll be up?
that's my responsibility and I was mostly on an internet-holiday for the last 10 days - didn't start out intentional. But I should be able to start it shortly.

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