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Group H: TSR Wildcard Picks

This is your chance to suggest your favourite film to be entered into the Movie Madness contest to find TSR's Favourite Film. In short we're having a mega contest to find TSR's favourite film.

First check the predetermined groups and make sure it isn't already entered:
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Group A: Action
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Gladiator
Kill Bill
James Bond
Die Hard
John Wick
Looper
Mad Max
Enter The Dragon


Group B: Comedy and Romance
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Monty Python
Dumb & Dumber
Shaun of the Dead
The Grand Budapest Hotel
La La Land
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Moonlight
Casablanca


Group C: Sci-fi and Thriller
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Blade Runner
Aliens
Avatar
The Matrix
Interstellar
Star Wars
Star Trek
Gravity


Group D: Animation and Kids
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Toy Story
Finding Nemo
The Lion King
Shrek
Paddington
Frozen
Home Alone
The Lego Movie


Group E: Superhero and Fantasy
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The Dark Knight
Guardians of the Galaxy
The Chronicles of Narnia
The Lord of the Rings
Marvel's Avengers
Harry Potter
Deadpool
The Wizard of Oz (1939)


Group F: Crime, Mystery and Western
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The Godfather
Sicario
Pulp Fiction
Goodfellas
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Shutter Island
Zodiac
Rio Bravo


Group G: Foreign Language, Indie and Documentary
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Roma
Boyhood
Blue Is the Warmest Colour
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Free Solo
The Blair Witch Project
Pulp Fiction
Lady Bird


Group H: TSR's Wildcard Picks


Not there? Great. Suggest it below.

If your suggested film enters the contest and wins you're in for a chance of winning something yourself... Reputations points!
So get suggesting! :woo:

Suggestion deadline is Tuesday 16th July @ 10pm BST
Suggestion are closed. Please use the voting threads to vote for your favorites!

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Specific films or franchises (or both)?

Star Trek, Star Wars, James Bond all cover fairly wide and inconsistently good cinema.
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Specific films or franchises (or both)?

Star Trek, Star Wars, James Bond all cover fairly wide and inconsistently good cinema.
Mainly individual films but where there is a series of consistently good films we'll combine. If not super heroes for example could have ended up with
Avengers
Avengers Infinity War
Avengers Endgame
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Shame there's no Musicals Category :emo:

Good Musical films:
Hairspray (2007?)
Oliver! (ages ago)
Grease (1970s)
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factor (the one with Gene Wilder)
Guys and Dolls (1950s) - but don't put that in because it's a tad racist
Annie
Into the Woods?
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers


If I had to pick two out of the above for a Wildcard category it'd be:
Grease
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factor



Other good films:
Now you see me
Jaws - where the **** was Jaws?
Monsters Vs Aliens
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The producers. Nothing like a good old sing song about Hitler.
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I'll suggest Elysium, which is a sci-fi that I enjoyed a lot.
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The producers. Nothing like a good old sing song about Hitler.
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The blatant lack of anime needs to be addressed. :grumble: Nominating Grave of the Fireflies.
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Black Swan
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Black Swan
I watched that with my flat earlier this year and it was a very intriguing film which made me think a lot about mental illness.
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If I may propose another, then I'd like to nominate Pride for the wild card too. It's a film about gay rights and the minor’s strike, and a great insight into a major event in British history from a different angle.
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I'll propose The Incredibles, since it is both my favourite superhero film and favourite CGI film.
I would propose Spirited Away, but I don't rate its chances as highly..
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If I may propose another, then I'd like to nominate Pride for the wild card too. It's a film about gay rights and the minor’s strike, and a great insight into a major event in British history from a different angle.
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I'll propose The Incredibles, since it is both my favourite superhero film and favourite CGI film.
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Black Swan
Decent movie, takes a lot of inspiration from the works of Satoshi Kon. :yes:
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Lord of the Rings!
The Lion King (the animated one)
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The Lion King (the animated one)
Decent movie, takes a lot of inspiration from Jungle Taitei. :yes:
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If franchise then the How To Train Your Dragon movies are AMAZING! I watched the 3rd one the day after it was released and it was AWESOME! In my opinion, the movies get better and better, especially with the evolution of the animation style.

If an individual movie then How To Train Your Dragon 2. The first and third movies are great but the second one has really grown on me. I suppose it would belong in the animation category.
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Lord of the Rings!
...the animated one? :puppyeyes:



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I'll propose The Incredibles, since it is both my favourite superhero film and favourite CGI film.
I would propose Spirited Away, but I don't rate its chances as highly..
spirited away is awesome
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Schindler’s list (1993)
Atonement (2007)
Black Swan (2010)
Call me by your name (2017)
The King’s Speech (2010)
Hairspray (2008?)
Kung Fu Panda (1,2,3)
Fantastic Beasts and Where to find them (2016)
Theory of Everything (2013)
The Danish Girl (2015)
12 years a slave (2013)
The Book thief (2013)
The Man who knew infinity (2015)
The Imitation Game (2014)
Dreamgirls (2006)
The Hours (2002)
Doubt (2008)
Big Eyes (2014)
The Favourite (2018)
At Eternity’s Gate (2018)
Greenbook (2018)
Rocketman (2019)
X-men: Days of Future Past (the one with Rogue cut) (2014)

There are still more!!

Edit : Moulin Rouge! (2001)
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