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Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 21 May 2017, 05:26
by Minnie Mincepie
PresMuffley wrote:
Minnie the Minx wrote:Good.


Not to rain on your parade, lady, but I wasn't too broken up about it. And since I'm in a friendly mood, I thought I'd share this with you:

http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/vagina-health/Pages/keep-vagina-clean.aspx

Ticks are horrible this year - might wanna give that kitty a trim.


What an unpleasant weirdo you are.
Mind you, I remember what I was like when I had my first drink.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 21 May 2017, 16:06
by Davey the Fat Boy
Uncalled for. Unacceptable.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 21 May 2017, 22:15
by oliltownofkathlehem
what. the. fucque.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 22 May 2017, 03:35
by fange
Ooooo-k. This thread has taken a strange turn.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 22 May 2017, 05:55
by Belle Lettre
An exceedingly unpleasant one. Don't know where PM thinks he's posting.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 22 May 2017, 06:27
by oliltownofkathlehem
Belle Lettre wrote:An exceedingly unpleasant one. Don't know where PM thinks he's posting.


... from inside an access hollywood bus?

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 24 May 2017, 23:49
by Dor-Relip Hotels and Bathings
Think he's fucked off.

Now - what about this poll? :)

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 25 May 2017, 14:15
by never/ever
KATANGA MY FRIEND! wrote:

Now - what about this poll? :)

Could ask you the same question. ;)

Hope algroth is ok, he had some personal issues to resolve..

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - CLOSED!! PARTICIPANTS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR LISTS.

Posted: 25 May 2017, 14:49
by Dor-Relip Hotels and Bathings
Ah - my apologies.

Hope you're OK, algroth.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 25 May 2017, 18:46
by algroth
First batch is up! Sorry for the delay, fellas. I'll be uploading a new batch of results every couple of days. Now, onto the bitching and moaning on what is too low or undeserving of their spot! :P

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 25 May 2017, 21:27
by Davey the Fat Boy
This is great Al! Really appreciate all of the love you show each film by adding visuals and descriptions.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 25 May 2017, 22:00
by Ranking Ted
Excellent, algroth. Great poster selections and good to see some of my "no ranking system whatsoever" selections being represented already. And Top Cat G has (sort of) returned!

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 25 May 2017, 23:06
by algroth
Ranking Ted wrote:Excellent, algroth. Great poster selections and good to see some of my "no ranking system whatsoever" selections being represented already. And Top Cat G has (sort of) returned!


Indeed! He left a list on my inbox a few days ago. Hopefully we'll hear more of him in this thread (and elsewhere too). :P

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 25 May 2017, 23:29
by never/ever
Echoed sentiments here too mate! Love those posters!

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 26 May 2017, 03:54
by martha
Yay! I needed this. What a shit week this has been.

Airplane! (1980)
Voters: never/ever (6), fange (5), The Write Profile (3)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
Great to see it get some love. By far my favorite Zucker Bros. flick, and one of the most often randomly quoted films in my family.

Boyhood (2014)
Voters: John Coan (6), pcqgod (5), The Write Profile (3)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
Okay I guess this is a good call. I mean, I get why this made the list, and as a work of concept art, it's a winner. But I just don't feel the need to ever see it again is the thing. I found it a bit longish and slow and the premise is interesting but a bit contrived. It's a really fascinating concept though,
but the actuality of it is underwhelming for me.


Get Carter (1971)
Voters: Ranking Ted (5), The modernist (6), The Write Profile (3)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
New? really? Wow. I think of Get Carter as a staple on BCB. Glad it's broken into the 100 films list.

Naked (1993)
Voters: driftin (1), martha (10), The modernist (3)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
By far my favorite Mike Leigh film. Glad it made the cut.

Heat (1995)
Voters: John Coan (4), WG Kaspar (5), Ranking Ted (5)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
I haven't seen this. I'll remedy that,

Chinatown (1974)
Voters: Goat Boy (4), WG Kaspar (5), Ranking Ted (5)
Position in 2011 poll: #20 (down 70)
Wow. Big drop for Chinatown.

Lost in Translation (2003)
Voters: fange (5), Copehead (5), Darkness_Fish (4)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
I love this movie, even though I didn't vote for it. JAMC on the soundtrack. Murray is amazing. Scarlett Johansson singing Brass in Pocket in a pink wig was worth my $9 theater ticket price. Nice to see this make the cut.

Dog Day Afternoon (1975)
Voters: John Coan (4), Davey the Fat Boy (5), WG Kaspar (5)
Position in 2011 poll: #18 (down 72)
I swear this was on my list! Can't fathom how it wasn't. I wonder what I put in instead? Oh well. Glad to see it on here. Love this movie.

Platoon (1986)
Voters: fange (5), PENK (4), WG Kaspar (5)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
Ok sure. Not my favorite war flick or Vietnam flick or even my favorite Oliver Stone flick, but it's a good film.

Blazing Saddles (1974)
Voters: Goat Boy (4), pcqgod (5), kath (5)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
New? Really. It's a classic. Honestly I just assumed it would make the list without me, so I threw my money on Young Frankenstein.

Days of Heaven (1978)
Voters: driftin (1), joels344 (8), Davey the Fat Boy (5)
Position in 2011 poll: New!
So I haven't seen it. I really hate Richard Gere. He creeps me out. I dunno why exactly, but there's something I find unsetting and creepy about him.


Thanks again Algroth for the massive task of doing this. You rock!

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 26 May 2017, 04:52
by algroth
martha wrote:Days of Heaven (1978)
Voters: driftin (1), joels344 (8), Davey the Fat Boy (5)
Position in 2011 poll: New!

So I haven't seen it. I really hate Richard Gere. He creeps me out. I dunno why exactly, but there's something I find unsetting and creepy about him.


Arguably that kinda works in the film's favour here since the character he plays isn't the typical Gere role and has a bit of a "creep" edge to him. Well worth seeing even if you feel that way about him!

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 26 May 2017, 06:10
by fange
Yep, cheers al, looking forward to this!

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 26 May 2017, 06:21
by fange
martha wrote:
Lost in Translation (2003)
Voters: fange (5), Copehead (5), Darkness_Fish (4)
Position in 2011 poll: New!

I love this movie, even though I didn't vote for it. JAMC on the soundtrack. Murray is amazing. Scarlett Johansson singing Brass in Pocket in a pink wig was worth my $9 theater ticket price. Nice to see this make the cut.
!

As well as having a terrific script and fabulous performances from the cast, what i truly love about this film is that it actually manages to cature a little bit of what living and being in the megalopolis that is Tokyo is actually like. That sense of being alone while simultaneously being surrounded by millions of people; the strange rythms, the dark and the light, of that city and its people i thought could never really be explained to someone who hasn't experienced it first hand... but Coppola was able to do it.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 26 May 2017, 07:54
by martha
Yep. It's a great film and Murray is really exceptionally great in it. Deftly directed too.

Re: BCB's Top 100 Films Poll (2017 edition) - RESULTS!! #100-90 UP

Posted: 26 May 2017, 08:38
by algroth
It is to this day the only Sofia Coppola I like, and I think it's great. :D Am looking forward to The Beguiled though.