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I could always just block out exactly one film, thus preserving the special bond and (almost entirely) satisfying everyone else's curiosity.

Besides, we don't want anyone knowing how close Paul Blart: Mall Cop actually came.



The next 15 were:

The Seventh Seal - 68 points
Annie Hall - 67 points
Dredd - 66 points
The Karate Kid - 65 points
Wall-E - 65 points
Inception - 64 points
Elmer Gantry - 64 points
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - 64 points
The Conversation - 64 points
Mad Max: Fury Road - 64 points
The Departed -63 points
Groundhog Day - 62 points
The Innocents - 61 points
Monty Python & The Holy Grail - 61 points
Inglorious Basterds - 61 points

I didn't check the tiebreakers of how many lists and highest placements so the tied films might swap places here and there but there are Inception and The Departed for those wondering.
Thanks Suspect. I was wondering a lot about this.

Sean not going to be happy with this though.

I'm sure we all could say this, but I almost put Wall E on my list and that would have been enough to make it place probably, so I feel a bit bad about that. That's the only one that made my "List of 37 before my final cut"



I feel bad because I don't think I ever realized the whole 50s list. I probably have it somewhere deep in the archives



The next 15 were:

The Seventh Seal - 68 points
Annie Hall - 67 points
Dredd - 66 points
The Karate Kid - 65 points
Wall-E - 65 points
Inception - 64 points
Elmer Gantry - 64 points
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - 64 points
The Conversation - 64 points
Mad Max: Fury Road - 64 points
The Departed -63 points
Groundhog Day - 62 points
The Innocents - 61 points
Monty Python & The Holy Grail - 61 points
Inglorious Basterds - 61 points

I didn't check the tiebreakers of how many lists and highest placements so the tied films might swap places here and there but there are Inception and The Departed for those wondering.
Thanks for the list, It's nice to see that one of my ballots made this list which is the Departed.
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1- American History X (1998)
2- The Shining (1980)
3- Se7en (1995)
4- V For Vendetta (2005)
5- Jaws (1975)
6- Sinister (2012)
7- A Clockwork Orange (1971)
8- Requiem For A Dream (2000)
9- The Raid 2 (2014)
10- Fight Club (1999)
11- Zodiac (2007)
12- Whiplash (2014)
13- The Dark Knight (2008)
14- Friday Night Lights (2004)
15- The Prestige (2006)
16- I Saw The Devil (2010)
17- Interstellar (2014)
18- The Fighter (2010)
19- The Green Mile (1999)
20- Warrior (2011)
21- One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
22- Halloween (1978)
23- Primal Fear (1996)
24- The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
25- We Are Marshall (2006)

My whole list! Great countdown fellas big props



I could always just block out exactly one film, thus preserving the special bond and (almost entirely) satisfying everyone else's curiosity.

Besides, we don't want anyone knowing how close Paul Blart: Mall Cop actually came.
, I'll admit that was a good troll job to get people going, it sure got me thinking that this movie might make it when I didn't want it too



Thanks Suspect. I was wondering a lot about this.

Sean not going to be happy with this though.

I'm sure we all could say this, but I almost put Wall E on my list and that would have been enough to make it place probably, so I feel a bit bad about that. That's the only one that made my "List of 37 before my final cut"
Annie Hall is a bummer.
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So happy for this #1! Well done Mofos!

My list:

1. Pulp Fiction
2. Naked
3. Judgement at Nuremberg
4. 12 Angry Men
5. All Quiet on the Western Front
6. Jagten
7. Barry Lyndon
8. Reservoir Dogs
9. Sunset Blvd.
10. A Clockwork Orange
11. Blade Runner
12. Withnail & I
13. Her
14. Once Upon a Time in the West
15. 2001: A Space Odyssey
16. Cinema Paradiso
17. Kill Bill 2
18. Eyes Wide Shut
19. Casablanca
20. Kill Bill 1
21. For a few dollars more
22. How Green was my valley
23. Shawshank Redemption
24. Phantom Thread
25. Elite Squad 2: The enemy within



The next 15 were:

The Seventh Seal - 68 points
Annie Hall - 67 points
Dredd - 66 points
The Karate Kid - 65 points
Wall-E - 65 points
Inception - 64 points
Elmer Gantry - 64 points
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre - 64 points
The Conversation - 64 points
Mad Max: Fury Road - 64 points
The Departed -63 points
Groundhog Day - 62 points
The Innocents - 61 points
Monty Python & The Holy Grail - 61 points
Inglorious Basterds - 61 points

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Nice to see Raising Arizona on a list. I had it at 16. And I prefer Casino to Goodfellas any day.
I had Raising Arizona on mine too, FWIW.
And I agree about preferring Casino to Goodfellas.



I stated at the beginning, and I'd like to reiterate now what a great job both Yoda and TUS did on this countdown. It takes a lot of work and a certain measure of selflessness to dedicate the time to plow through all the entries, and to tally the responses statistically. Very nice job!



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Reckon it was only us two who had Life of Pi in our lists.
Probably - Kind of an underrated flick, I think.
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Probably - Kind of an underrated flick, I think.
Can confirm. The only two.
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