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Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 23 Nov 2017, 20:12
by Penk!
Great job getting there in the end Al. Especially liked the posters. Film posters are great. This is my list if anyone wants to look at it and wonder why the hell I picked an old Bob Hope film in amongst all the pretentious foreign arty stuff and Friday-night-beer sci-fi.

These ten get 9 points each
Alice in the Cities (Wenders, 1974)
Aliens (Cameron, 1986)
Au Revoir Les Enfants (Malle, 1987)
Badlands (Malick, 1973)
Black Cat White Cat (Kusturica, 1998)
Blade Runner (Scott, 1982/2007 [superior "final" cut])
Cléo de 5 à 7 (Varda, 1962)
My Life as a Dog (Hallström, 1985)
Spirit of the Beehive (Erice, 1973)
Stalker (Tarkovsky, 1979)

The rest get 4 points each
Accattone (Pasolini, 1961)
All the President's Men (Pakula, 1976)
Andrei Rublev (Tarkovsky, 1966)
Apocalypse Now (Coppola, 1979)
Ariel (Kaurismäki, 1988)
Bande à Part (Godard, 1964)
Barry Lyndon (Kubrick, 1975)
Blue (Kieslowski, 1993)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (Hill, 1969)
The Cat and the Canary (Nugent, 1939)
The Deer Hunter (Cimino, 1978)
8 1/2 (Fellini, 1963)
The 400 Blows (Truffaut, 1959)
The Godfather (Coppola, 1972)
The Godfather, Part II (Coppola, 1974)
Kontroll (Antal, 2003)
La Dolce Vita (Fellini, 1960)
Lacombe Lucien (Malle, 1974)
Landscape in the Mist (Angelopoulos, 1988)
Last Year at Marienbad (Resnais, 1961)
Le Mépris (Godard, 1963)
L'Enfant (Dardenne Bros, 2005)
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (Jackson, 2001)
Man with a Movie Camera (Vertov, 1929)
Metropolis (Lang, 1927)
Night of the Hunter (Laughton, 1955)
North by Northwest (Hitchcock, 1959)
Pickpocket (Bresson, 1959)
Pierrot Le Fou (Godard, 1965)
Platoon (Stone, 1986)
Quiz Show (Redford, 1994)
The Round-Up (Jancsó, 1966)
Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (Parajanov, 1965)
Shaun of the Dead (Wright, 2004)
Sleeper (Allen, 1973)
Solaris (Tarkovsky, 1972)
Toy Story (Lasseter, 1995)
24 Hour Party People (Winterbottom, 2002)
Withnail and I (Robinson, 1987)
Valley of the Bees (Vlácil, 1967)

(for anyone who actually does want an answer: sentiment/nostalgia. Fond memories of watching it with my grandparents when I was young)

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 23 Nov 2017, 21:36
by Ranking Ted
Well done Al, we got there! Love the posters, a real highlight.

My hastily cobbled and resolutely mainstream list was as follows (not ranked as I didn't have time):

Apocalypse Now
Casablanca
North By Northwest
Vertigo
Chinatown
Withnail and I
The Third Man
Performance
Dr Strangelove
The Big Lebowski

Brazil
Goldfinger
Glengarry Glen Ross
The Wild Bunch
Unforgiven
City Of God
Millers Crossing
The Lives Of Others
Goodfellas
Groundhog Day

Reds
Sideways
The Last Detail
Midnight Run
LA Confidential
Do The Right Thing
12 Monkeys
A Matter Of Life And Death
The Godfather
The Conversation

The Maltese Falcon
Get Carter
In A Lonely Place
Heat
Sexy Beast
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Bad Day At Black Rock
Dirty Harry
Pulp Fiction
Alien

Annie Hall
Double Indemnity
Dead Of Night
The Devil Rides Out
The Manchurian Candidate
Die Hard
The Long Good Friday
Blade Runner
The Parallax View
Fargo

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 05 Dec 2017, 22:40
by Jumper K
If anyones interested heres my list. On reflexion I appear to be obsessed with 70's terrorism, gangsters and Dirk Bogarde

Come and See (Klimov) 1985
Baader Meinhoff Complex (Edel) 2008
Mesrine (Richet) 2009
Carlos (Assayas) 2010
Che (Soderbergh) 2008
King of New York (Ferrara) 1990
New Jack City (van Peebles )1991
Something From Nothing The Art of Rap (Ice T )2012
The Thing Carpenter (1982)
LA Confidential (Hanson) 1997
Die Hard (McTiernan) 1988
The Wind That Shakes The Barley (Loach) 2006
Spinal Tap (Reiner) 1984
Python and the Holy Grail (Gilliam) 1975
Animal House (Landis) 1978
Breaker Morant (Beresford) 1980
Repo Man (Cox )1984
Godfather 1 (FFC )1972
Godfather 2 (FFC) 1974
Ran (Kurasawa) 1985
Nuit et Brouillard (Resnais) 1955
Dirty Harry (Siegal) 1971
Young Frankenstein (Brooks) 1974
Barry Lyndon (Kubrick) 1975
This Sporting Life (Anderson) 1963
The Night Porter (Cavani) 1974
Victim (Dearden) 1961 - 10
Killer of Sheep (Burnett) 1978
Nothing But The Best (Donner) 1964
Viridiana (Bunuel) 1962
Chinese Roulette (Fassbinder) 1976
Aguirre, Wrath of God (Herzog )1972
Black Narcissus (Powell and Pressburger) 1947
Attack (Aldrich) 1956
Son of Saul (Nemes) 2015
Some Like it Hot (Wilder) 1959
Singing in the Rain (Kelly/Donen) 1952
Sons of the Desert (Seiter) 1933
Point Blank (Boorman) 1967
Aces High Gold (1976)
Paths of Glory (Kubrick) 1957
Donnie Brasco (Newell) 1997
The Jungle Book (Reitherman) 1967
Blood In, Blood Out (Hackford) 1993
Master and Commander (Weir )2003
The Lavender Hill Mob (Crichton)1951
Bronco Bullfrog (Platts-Mills )1970
Old Boy (Chan-wook) 2003
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (Cassavetes) 1976
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly (Leone)1966.

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 13 Jan 2018, 19:35
by KeithPratt
Great work by all those who compiled this.

My only comment is that the Top 10 is a bit Empire mag isn't it?

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 13 Jan 2018, 20:12
by Flowere
it's fucking cobblers

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 13 Jan 2018, 23:08
by Jimbly
Toby wrote:Great work by all those who compiled this.

My only comment is that the Top 10 is a bit Empire mag isn't it?



Hadn't read a copy of Empire in years, bought a copy for reading on holiday. Fucking awful, crap from start to finish, awful writing and packed with adverts and large photos.

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 16:48
by Goat Boy
I bought it for years back in the 90s. It's always been a bit like the Q of movie magazines mind but it helped point me in various directions so I'm grateful for that. Their top 100 polls have always been a bit silly.

I think like a lot of publications it's struggled to adapt to a new world. From picking it up in newsagents over the last few years it looks to have dumbed down a bit

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 17:06
by The Modernist
I was always too much of a film snob to read Empire beyond the occasional issue. It did used to have some good writers like Kim Newman back in the day. Haven't read a copy for years though.

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 21:58
by Goat Boy
We all know you're a SIGHT AND SOUND MAN G

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 22:11
by Flowere
Cahiers de Cinema !

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 14 Jan 2018, 22:16
by Goat Boy
Which he reads in the original French of course in a cafe smoking a fag, drinking a coffee and looking all moody n shit. probably wearing a black polo neck sweater.

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 15 Jan 2018, 00:48
by The Modernist
Goat Boy wrote:Which he reads in the original French of course in a cafe smoking a fag, drinking a coffee and looking all moody n shit. probably wearing a black polo neck sweater.


I'm only reading it for the racing tips -honest!

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 16 Jan 2018, 17:58
by Jimbly
Goat Boy wrote:I bought it for years back in the 90s. It's always been a bit like the Q of movie magazines mind but it helped point me in various directions so I'm grateful for that. Their top 100 polls have always been a bit silly.

I think like a lot of publications it's struggled to adapt to a new world. From picking it up in newsagents over the last few years it looks to have dumbed down a bit



i bought it from issue 1. It grew out of the film review section in Q. I thought it got the balance between box office and art house cinema pretty well. Eventually it was taken over by fanboys though rather than cinema fans and got shite.

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 16 Jan 2018, 21:24
by Ranking Ted
Jeemo wrote:
Goat Boy wrote:I bought it for years back in the 90s. It's always been a bit like the Q of movie magazines mind but it helped point me in various directions so I'm grateful for that. Their top 100 polls have always been a bit silly.

I think like a lot of publications it's struggled to adapt to a new world. From picking it up in newsagents over the last few years it looks to have dumbed down a bit



i bought it from issue 1. It grew out of the film review section in Q. I thought it got the balance between box office and art house cinema pretty well. Eventually it was taken over by fanboys though rather than cinema fans and got shite.

That’s my take -a pretty steep decline in the last decade as it became effectively Superhero/Franchise Monthly. Hard to say how much chicken & egg there is though given that seems to be the entire content of mainstream cinema these days outside award season.

Re: BCB's Top 101 Films Poll (2017 edition) - FULL RESULTS ARE UP!!

Posted: 16 Jan 2018, 23:30
by Sneelock
Goat Boy wrote:Which he reads in the original French of course in a cafe smoking a fag, drinking a coffee and looking all moody n shit. probably wearing a black polo neck sweater.



That’s a good look for anybody!