24th Hall of Fame

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1st Place

Barry Lyndon



125 Points (3 1sts, 2 2nd, 4th, 3 5th, 3 6th, 13th)



Congrats to Siddon. Kubrick breaks into the General Hall for the second.time, tying Tarantino.



Well my nom almost won!

Congrats to Barry Lyndon, nominated by Siddon. A fine addition to the MoFo Hall of Fame Museum!
Thanks to Raul for running this!
And thanks everyone who finished!

Now onto the 25th
, which I hope to start on this Friday evening.



The trick is not minding
Barry Lyndon is a worthy winner! It’s nice to have Kubrick represented.
Congrats Siddon.
This was a really fun HOF with a Diverse representation of genre and decades. Thanks to all who participated.

And of course, thanks Raul, for hosting



My voting list:

1 The Whisperers
2 Barry Lyndon
3 Antwone Fisher
4 La Dolce Vita
5 Shame
6 The Day of the Jackal
7 Beasts of the Southern Wild
8 Rudderless
9 Hard Times
10 Aniara
11 Vampyr
12 The Man from Nowhere
13 The Secret in Their Eyes
14 In a Glass Cage



  1. Barry Lyndon
  2. Shame
  3. Vampyr
  4. Aniara
  5. The Man From Nowhere
  6. Beasts of the Southern Wild
  7. Antwoine Fisher
  8. Hard Times
  9. La Dolce Vita
  10. In a Glass Cage
  11. The Secret in Their Eyes
  12. The Whisperers
  13. Day of the Jackyll
Well I'm grateful that two other people had La Dolce Vita low...not to say it was a bad film but I was really not in the mood to watch a party film during lock down.



Third win for Kubrick (Paths of Glory, Doctor Strangelove, Barry Lyndon)



My list

1. Antwone Fisher
2. La Dolce Vita
3. Vampyr
4. Shame
5. The Man from Nowhere
6. Barry Lyndon
7. Day of the Jackal
8. Aniara
9. Secret in Their Eyes
10. Beasts of the Southern Wild
11. Hard Times
12. The Whisperers
13. In a Glass Cage



Well my nom almost won!

Congrats to Barry Lyndon, nominated by Siddon. A fine addition to the MoFo Hall of Fame Museum!
Thanks to Raul for running this!
And thanks everyone who finished!

Now onto the 25th
, which I hope to start on this Friday evening.
Said it before but look forward to the 25th!



Kubrick wins Mofo

Good job everyone. Probably see you in the 25th



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Congratulations Siddon and also to Citizen to a lesser extent Thank you very much Raul for hosting, I didn't know you had in you.

The Secret in Their Eyes
The Day of the Jackal
Shame
Antwone Fisher
Barry Lyndon
The Sea Inside
Hard Times
La Dolce Vita
The Man from Nowhere
Aniara
In a Glass Cage
The Whisperers
Rudderless
Vampyr
Beasts of the Southern Wild



My full ballot (including Rudderless) with the ratings I put to Letterboxd. Ranking and rating La Dolce Vita gave me a lot of problems, and I ended up putting it in the middle of my initial range (2 to 4 stars). It's definitely a film I need to rewatch at some point. Barry Lyndon is my favorite Kubrick, so good winner in my books.

01: In a Glass Cage (1986)

02: The Day of the Jackal (1973)

03: The Man from Nowhere (2010)

04: Barry Lyndon (1975)

05: The Secret in Their Eyes (2009)

06: La Dolce Vita (1960)

07: Hard Times (1975)

08: The Whisperers (1967)

09: Vampyr (1932)

10: Aniara (2018)

11: Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012)

12: Shame (1968)

13: Rudderless (2014)

14: Antwone Fisher (2002)
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The Day of the Jackal
The Man from Nowhere
Shame
Vampyr
Antwone Fisher
La Dolce Vita
The Sea Inside
In a Glass Cage
The Secret in Their Eyes
Aniara
Beasts of the Southern Wild
The Whisperers
Hard Times
Barry Lyndon
Rudderless


I think that the middle would get shuffled around quite a bit, but the top and bottom would mostly stay the same.



Here's what my final ballot was:

1. Vampyr
2. Barry Lyndon
3. La Dolce Vita
4. Hard Times
5. Shame
6. The Whisperers
7. The Day of the Jackal
8. The Secret in Their Eyes
9. The Man From Nowhere
10. Beasts of the Southern Wild
11. Antwone Fisher
12. Aniara
13. In a Glass Cage

I really enjoyed this Hall of Fame. It was a lot of fun watching and reviewing all the movies which were nominated for it, reading the reviews that other people wrote, and discussing the films with the people here. I'm definitely going to join the 25th HoF and I hope to see Thief, Takoma, Torgo, and some more of the Corrie/RT crowd there as well.

Anyways, congratulations to Siddon for winning this and thank you so much Raul for hosting this HoF!



  1. Barry Lyndon
  2. Shame
  3. Vampyr
  4. Aniara
  5. The Man From Nowhere
  6. Beasts of the Southern Wild
  7. Antwoine Fisher
  8. Hard Times
  9. La Dolce Vita
  10. In a Glass Cage
  11. The Secret in Their Eyes
  12. The Whisperers
  13. Day of the Jackyll
Well I'm grateful that two other people had La Dolce Vita low...not to say it was a bad film but I was really not in the mood to watch a party film during lock down.
That's kind of a weird thing to say.



It's been fun! Thanks to Raul for hosting.

Despite my new fatherly duties, I finished earlier than I expected, so I should hopefully be able to swing the next one.

Here's my list:

1. Barry Lyndon
2. La Dolce Vita
3. Vampyr
4. Day of the Jackal
5. Hard Times
6. Shame
7. The Secret in Their Eyes
8. The Man from Nowhere
9. The Whisperers
10. In a Glass Cage
11. Antwone Fisher
12. The Sea Inside
13. Aniara
14. Rudderless
15. Beasts of the Southern Wild



I'm really excited that it seems we have a new eager HOF core. I already know my pick for the next one and am very curious what people will think.



He's right. It's much better when you can hit the town and imitate the lead.
Bingo. Should have gone out late at night while everyone's asleep like Marcello did so you can swim in the fountain.



Here's my full final ballot...

  1. Aniara
  2. The Whisperers
  3. The Secret In Their Eyes
  4. The Man from Nowhere
  5. The Day of the Jackal
  6. Barry Lyndon
  7. Antwone Fisher
  8. Shame
  9. La Dolce Vita
  10. Vampyr
  11. Hard Times
  12. Beasts of the Southern Wild
  13. In a Glass Cage

Once again, thanks to everyone, especially Raul for running this, and congrats to Siddon for picking a worthy winner.
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That's kind of a weird thing to say.

Well if you are on a diet and someone nominates Willy Wonka that's going to affect your enjoyment of a film. It took me three days to get through it and I normally binge films so that's something that is always a sign to me. It's a good film, I liked scenes in the film but I need multiple sittings.