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List has 171 entries:

USA: 102
UK: 16
Canada: 8
Spain: 7
France: 5
Denmark: 4
New Zealand: 4
Ireland: 3
Australia: 2
Belgium: 2
Chile: 2
Japan: 2
Norway: 2
Argentina: 1
Austria: 1
Cuba: 1
Germany: 1
Hungary: 1
Iran: 1
Israel: 1
Italy: 1
Russia: 1
South Korea: 1
Turkey: 1


Nothing really exciting here. My film watching has died down considerably over the last 5-6 years and I tend to only watch stuff that is popular or horror films that interest me, and both tend to be American.
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mightysparks wrote: July 1st, 2020, 4:38 am List has 171 entries:

USA: 102
UK: 16
Canada: 8
Spain: 7
France: 5
Denmark: 4
New Zealand: 4
Ireland: 3
Australia: 2
Belgium: 2
Chile: 2
Japan: 2
Norway: 2
Argentina: 1
Austria: 1
Cuba: 1
Germany: 1
Hungary: 1
Iran: 1
Israel: 1
Italy: 1
Russia: 1
South Korea: 1
Turkey: 1


Nothing really exciting here. My film watching has died down considerably over the last 5-6 years and I tend to only watch stuff that is popular or horror films that interest me, and both tend to be American.
So you do get my point from the other thread... Woohoo!
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cinewest wrote: July 1st, 2020, 5:00 am
mightysparks wrote: July 1st, 2020, 4:38 am List has 171 entries:

USA: 102
UK: 16
Canada: 8
Spain: 7
France: 5
Denmark: 4
New Zealand: 4
Ireland: 3
Australia: 2
Belgium: 2
Chile: 2
Japan: 2
Norway: 2
Argentina: 1
Austria: 1
Cuba: 1
Germany: 1
Hungary: 1
Iran: 1
Israel: 1
Italy: 1
Russia: 1
South Korea: 1
Turkey: 1


Nothing really exciting here. My film watching has died down considerably over the last 5-6 years and I tend to only watch stuff that is popular or horror films that interest me, and both tend to be American.
So you do get my point from the other thread... Woohoo!
Yeah, and I tend to dislike most of them which was my point in that thread... I voted for 171 films (7/10+) out of the 1151 I've watched from the 2010s. I know what I’m drawn to, but that doesn’t make it more likely that I’ll like those films.
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My list has 478 titles, the yearly breakdown is

2010 - 29 titles (6.1%)
2011 - 42 titles (8.8%)
2012 - 39 titles (8.2%)
2013 - 45 titles (9.4%)
2014 - 46 titles (9.6%)
2015 - 42 titles (8.8%)
2016 - 51 titles (10.7%)
2017 - 53 titles (11.1%)
2018 - 68 titles (14.2%)
2019 - 63 titles (13.2%)

Yeah, so I followed recent releases really closely. Also, I don't rate films in any numerical or scaled way so I just kind of put them in a favorites list based on my memories or impressions of them, and I guess newer films are generally fresher in my mind.
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So much fun being able to do stats on this:

Year - Watched - Top List
2010 - 177 - 41
2011 - 129 - 39
2012 - 61 - 22
2013 - 35 - 14
2014 - 33 - 17
2015 - 21 - 10
2016 - 26 - 16
2017 - 31 - 13
2018 - 16 - 11
2019 - 34 - 19
Total - 563 - 202

In 2009, 2010 and 2011 I was attending film festivals and hitting the cinema multiple times weekly. Marriage and child slowed things down and my renaissance in film watching has concentrated much more on film history and completing TSDPT.

Directors wise, top of the pile is Paul Thomas Anderson with 4 films making my top list and Malick, Scorsese, Farhadi, Ramsay, Petzold, Assayas, Nolan, Sang-soo Hong, Fincher, Wes Anderson, von Trier and Lanthimos each getting there with three.

Looking forward to the results to guide my catch-up.
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Obgeoff wrote: July 1st, 2020, 10:50 am So much fun being able to do stats on this:

Year - Watched - Top List
2010 - 177 - 41
2011 - 129 - 39
2012 - 61 - 22
2013 - 35 - 14
2014 - 33 - 17
2015 - 21 - 10
2016 - 26 - 16
2017 - 31 - 13
2018 - 16 - 11
2019 - 34 - 19
Total - 563 - 202

In 2009, 2010 and 2011 I was attending film festivals and hitting the cinema multiple times weekly. Marriage and child slowed things down and my renaissance in film watching has concentrated much more on film history and completing TSDPT.

Directors wise, top of the pile is Paul Thomas Anderson with 4 films making my top list and Malick, Scorsese, Farhadi, Ramsay, Petzold, Assayas, Nolan, Sang-soo Hong, Fincher, Wes Anderson, von Trier and Lanthimos each getting there with three.

Looking forward to the results to guide my catch-up.
I can totally relate to the marriage / child slowing down my film habit at pretty much the same time, as I wrote previously
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I don't get why this happens so much
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Traveller wrote: June 30th, 2020, 5:49 pm
Lonewolf2003 wrote: June 30th, 2020, 4:01 pm I count 61 list so far. Can someone double check that please for me?
I count 61 as well.
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Nominations are now closed. I updated the OP
Please check if your list is stated, linked and ranked correctly.
I count 69 list in total. Can someone double check that please for me?

I will start downloading the list now, hope to start results tonight.
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Lonewolf2003 wrote: July 1st, 2020, 2:08 pm Nominations are now closed. I updated the OP
Please check if your list is stated, linked and ranked correctly.
I count 69 list in total. Can someone double check that please for me?

I will start downloading the list now, hope to start results tonight.
I counted 69 total lists as well.

Looking forward to results!
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didnt manage to arrange the list so id change the list to unranked if not too late
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nimimerkillinen wrote: July 1st, 2020, 3:39 pm didnt manage to arrange the list so id change the list to unranked if not too late
Sorry too late
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Man, I just watched Gangs of Wasseypur and it would have been an easy addition to the list. Didn't quiiiiite make it in time. Awesome movie!

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I also made a last-minute switch, but in time before he downloaded the lists. Heartstone, an Icelandic movie made an entry, while Zootopia dropped out of the list. I will continue to watch 2010's movies, because I like recent movies and I still have a lot of catching up to do, and i can't wait for the next creation of the list. I hope i've seen most movies i wanted to see before we create the next list.
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