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How many of the 64 films in TSR's Movie Madness Comp have you seen? Watch

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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Back to the Future
    The Lion King
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    WALL.E
    Finding Nemo


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    Those are some great film choices! :yep:

    (Original post by Zowidi)
    31, I'm so proud.

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    Same as ME! :five:

    (Original post by hellodave5)
    Seen 58. Missing a few.

    Woah, which are you missing?
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    You don't need to sign up to vote. anyone can vote in the polls. :yep:

    The sign up was jsut for the prediction contest i'm running alongside the main competition.

    Go, Vote, Join in the discussion. Argue the merits of your favourites over the lesser films!
    Oh I don't think I was signed in when I try to vote
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Those are some great film choices! :yep:



    Same as ME! :five:




    Woah, which are you missing?
    Sunset Boulevard
    It's a Wonderful Life
    Singin' in the Rain
    Paths of Glory
    Rear Window
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Mary and Max

    I suppose the retro ones that I require effort to watch :P
    Got my numbers wrong - 57 (my bad).
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Don't forget to go vote for your favourites as well. (this is all part of a giant competition in the movie madness forum)

    I just spent the last 90 minutes making 16 more polls for Saturday morning so i want everyone to go vote/join in the discussion to make this worth my while!



    Which films?



    Fairly common today tbh. :yep:

    Which films? singing in the rain is a Classic!



    Which were they?



    :no:

    We've had as low as 3 a few times so far this thread.
    Mine are:

    Saving Private Ryan
    Django Unchained
    Star Wars Ep. 5 - The Empire Strikes Back
    Alien
    The Lion King
    Monsters, Inc.
    Finding Nemo

    So 7 not 8....

    I don't have the time for films which is a shame
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    (Original post by Fullycorporate)
    Oh I don't think I was signed in when I try to vote
    Go vote now!
    :whip:

    And join in the arguments as well.

    (Original post by hellodave5)
    Sunset Boulevard
    It's a Wonderful Life
    Singin' in the Rain
    Paths of Glory
    Rear Window
    Lawrence of Arabia
    Mary and Max

    I suppose the retro ones that I require effort to watch :P
    Got my numbers wrong - 57 (my bad).
    Yea, they require hunting down the films. You voted in the current polls and commented etc?

    (Original post by Ruitker)
    Mine are:

    Saving Private Ryan
    Django Unchained
    Star Wars Ep. 5 - The Empire Strikes Back
    Alien
    The Lion King
    Monsters, Inc.
    Finding Nemo

    So 7 not 8....

    I don't have the time for films which is a shame
    They're some great films though! :five:
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Go vote now!
    :whip:

    And join in the arguments as well.



    Yea, they require hunting down the films. You voted in the current polls and commented etc?



    They're some great films though! :five:
    I can hunt them down fairly easily - quite good at it by now (I like my films :P).

    Current polls?

    EDIT: Admittedly, the foreign films are a nightmare to get hold of online.
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    (Original post by Motorbiker)
    Go vote now!
    :whip:

    And join in the arguments as well.



    Yea, they require hunting down the films. You voted in the current polls and commented etc?



    They're some great films though! :five:
    I think Django Unchained is one of the best i've seen. I do like the hobbit films too. The second one had too much shoddy CGI though and some strange gopro filmed scenes.
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    (Original post by Fullycorporate)
    I've seen 34 and I'm not even a movie person haven't watched any of the Fantasy and SF films

    I'm challenging myself to watch them all now since I've watched a bunch already so I'm watching One Flew over the cuckoo's nest tonight

    Shame I didn't sign up to vote...
    Not a bad choice at all, a quality film.
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    (Original post by jenhasdreams)
    I've also just gone and bought 6 of the 11 movies I've not seen at my local CEX!
    Excellent dedication to the cause!
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    36 and I own a few of them
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    I'm only missing the following:


    4. Dr. Strangelove
    7. Singin' in the Rain
    3. Casablanca

    8. Paths of Glory
    3. Once Upon a Time in the West

    5. How to Train Your Dragon
    6. Mary and Max

    Somebody tell me why I should bother?
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    I've seen 32. Also I'm questioning why Spirited Away was not included here it's the highest rated animated film on IMDb and one of the highest on all other websites and many would argue it was better than all of the other animated films on the list :confused: Other than that I would say the lists are pretty good.
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    (Original post by JordanS94)
    I've seen 32. Also I'm questioning why Spirited Away was not included here it's the highest rated animated film on IMDb and one of the highest on all other websites and many would argue it was better than all of the other animated films on the list :confused: Other than that I would say the lists are pretty good.
    Spirited Away was on the original list, in the Foreign Film group. It was a casualty of the decision to drop the FF group (and the films contained therein) altogether. It was a difficult decision.
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    There is no Mike Leigh film, none directed by Ken Loach, and Withnail and I is not there. Sacrilege!
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    Seen 44, don't really watch that many movies tbh.
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    I've seen 6, Shawshank redemption, Monsters Inc, Up , How to train your dragon, finding nemo and toy story 3. And half of a clockwork orange but that doesn't really count. I find movies kinda long and boring to sit through.
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    Lol I've seen all the cartoons and inception so thats only 9
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    I've only seen 12 :rofl:

    None of group A,B,C,E or G

    The majority of the ones I've seen were in group H haha

    The Films
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    Groups

    Group D (Fantasy & SF)
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    1. LOTR: The Return of the King
    8. Avengers Assemble
    4. Terminator 2: Judgement Day
    5. 2001: A Space Odyssey
    2. Star Wars Ep. 5 - The Empire Strikes Back
    7. Blade Runner
    3. The Matrix
    6. Pan's Labyrinth*


    Group F (Action & Adventure)
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    1. The Dark Knight
    8. Lawrence of Arabia
    4. Gladiator
    5. North by Northwest
    2. Inception
    7. Braveheart
    3. Raiders of the Lost Ark
    6. Aliens


    Group H(Animation)

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    1. The Lion King
    8. Monsters, Inc.
    4. Up
    5. How to Train Your Dragon
    2. WALL.E
    7. Finding Nemo
    3. Toy Story 3
    6. Mary and Max


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    (Original post by hellodave5)
    I can hunt them down fairly easily - quite good at it by now (I like my films :P).

    Current polls?

    EDIT: Admittedly, the foreign films are a nightmare to get hold of online.
    Yea, this list is part of our Movie Madness competititon.

    You're in the sub-forum for it right now.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=1048

    (Guessing everyone came in through popular discussions though)


    (Original post by Ruitker)
    I think Django Unchained is one of the best i've seen. I do like the hobbit films too. The second one had too much shoddy CGI though and some strange gopro filmed scenes.
    Django unchained OR Shchindlers list?

 
 
 
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