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PostPosted: Mon Mar 14, 2011 12:35 pm 
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In accordance with Article 3755 of the U.S. Patriot Act, I make routine sweeps through the Dynamic Top Ten threads every month or so in order to discern trends in the groupthink of the forum that can eventually be used against it. The reports I present to some guy who says he works for the government are presented for your amusement below.

The fine print: Only the top ten films have been counted from the lists in the Dynamic Top Ten threads since 2009, and lists of less than ten have not been counted. Lists submitted by members for years before they joined the site are not being tallied. Lists not updated since early in the year are only partially counted. (Exception: I count all lists for the current year, even those that don't list ten films yet. Once the year ends, I remove any lists that haven't been filled out to ten.) Each film is assigned to the year here where the most people have included it on their lists, but a mention of the film in the Dynamic Top Ten thread for any year counts toward that film's total. Films are ranked based on how many lists they currently appear on, with ties broken based on the relative placement of films within individual lists. Anything appearing on three or more lists that isn't in the top 25 for a given year is shown (in alphabetical order) as an honorable mention. In addition to showing the number of appearances, I'm also showing the change in position of certain films, either since the last update (for the latest year) or from the end of the last awards season (for all prior years, with changes from just the last update indicated in blue). The only changes in position I'm showing are ones that directly result from people adding that film to their list, taking it off, or moving its position. Finally, the consensus #1 film shown for each year is the film that shows up most often in the #1 position of people's lists.

The key word here, folks, is "dynamic." Any member of the forum is welcome at any time to contribute lists in current and prior years, and everyone is free (and in fact, encouraged) to update their lists not only throughout the year, but well after each year has finished, to reflect new discoveries or reevaluations.

As a final note, I'd just like to say that, while it can be fun to watch some of the heavier hitters duke it out for each year's top spots, my real hope with these lists is that people will take note of the lesser known films that have started to build a small consensus, and that they'll go to the effort of seeking those films out for themselves.

Last Edited Date: May 29, 2017


The Top Films of 2017

Most #1 Votes: Get Out (10)

Most Listed
01 Get Out (25)
02 Logan (18)
03 Personal Shopper (15)
04 Split (13)
05 The Lost City of Z (9) +1
06 John Wick: Chapter 2
07 Raw (7)
08 Song to Song (6) +1
09 Colossal +1
10 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 NEW
11 T2 Trainspotting (5) -3
12 I Am Not Your Negro
13 Graduation +4
14 Kong: Skull Island -1
15 The Lego Batman Movie
16 Alien: Covenant (4) NEW
17 Free Fire -3
18 A Cure for Wellness -6
19 Land of Mine (3) -1

+/- is change during month ending on Last Edited Date


The Top Films of 2016

Most #1 Votes: Toni Erdmann (8) NEW

Most Listed
01 Moonlight (33) +4
02 Toni Erdmann (30) +2
03 La La Land (29)
04 Manchester by the Sea +2
05 The Lobster
06 The VVitch (26)
07 Paterson (24) +6
08 Silence
09 Arrival
10 The Handmaiden (20) +2
11 Certain Women (19)
12 Jackie
13 The Nice Guys (17) +1
14 Elle (16)
15 Everybody Wants Some!! (15)
16 O.J.: Made in America (14) +3
17 Nocturnal Animals +4
18 Love & Friendship +4
19 Knight of Cups (13)
20 Green Room (11)
21 Hail, Caesar!
22 Hell or High Water
23 The Neon Demon
24 American Honey (10) +1
25 20th Century Women (9) +1

Honorable Mention: Academy of Muses, The Age of Shadows NEW, Aquarius, The Childhood of a Leader, Christine, Deadpool, The Death of Louis XIV, Les Démons NEW, Doctor Strange NEW, The Edge of Seventeen NEW, Embrace of the Serpent, Fences NEW, Fire at Sea, Happy Hour, High-Rise, Hunt for the Wilderpeople NEW, I Daniel Blake NEW, Julieta, Kaili Blues, Kubo and the Two Strings, Lion, Midnight Special, Mountains May Depart, Nocturama, No Home Movie, One More Time with Feeling NEW, A Quiet Passion, Rester Vertical, Rogue One, The Salesman NEW, Sieranevada, Star Trek Beyond, Sully, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Things to Come, The Wailing, Wiener-Dog, Zootopia

+/- is change from Feb 26, 2017 to Last Edited Date


The Top Films of 2015

Most #1 Votes: Carol (12)

Most Listed
01 Mad Max: Fury Road (41)
02 Carol
03 The Hateful Eight (29)
04 Anomalisa (22)
05 Star Wars: The Force Awakens +1
06 Sicario (21) +4
07 The Assassin (20) -2
08 Ex Machina
09 Inside Out (19)
10 45 Years (18) +2
11 The Revenant
12 It Follows +1
13 Phoenix -4
14 Mistress America (17) +1
15 Clouds of Sils Maria (15) -1
16 Bridge of Spies (14)
17 The Duke of Burgundy (13)
18 Spotlight (12)
19 Hard to Be a God (11) +2
20 Cemetery of Splendor
21 Son of Saul (10)
22 Brooklyn
23 Steve Jobs +4
24 Timbuktu -1
25 Blackhat

Honorable Mention: Aferim!, Ant-Man, Arabian Nights, Beasts of No Nation, The Big Short, Bitter Lake, Chi-Raq, Creed, Crimson Peak, Diary of a Teenage Girl, The End of the Tour, Entertainment, The Forbidden Room, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Heart of a Dog NEW, Horse Money, In Jackson Heights, The Look of Silence, Love & Mercy, Magic Mike XXL, Maps to the Stars, The Martian, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, Mommy, Mustang, 99 Homes, The Peanuts Movie, The Pearl Button, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Queen of Earth, Right Now Wrong Then, Room, Shaun the Sheep, Sixty Six, Straight Outta Compton, Sunset Song, Tangerine, Taxi, The Tribe, Tu dors Nicole, Victoria, What We Do in the Shadows, When Marnie Was There, While We're Young, The Wonders, World of Tomorrow, Youth

+/- is change from Feb 26, 2017 to Last Edited Date


The Top Films of 2014

Most #1 Votes: Boyhood (19)

Most Listed
01 The Grand Budapest Hotel (55)
02 Boyhood (47)
03 Under the Skin (38)
04 Inherent Vice (31)
05 Whiplash (28)
06 Birdman
07 Gone Girl (26)
08 Nightcrawler (23)
09 Only Lovers Left Alive (22)
10 Interstellar (21)
11 Goodbye to Language (19)
12 Jauja
13 Ida (18)
14 Stranger by the Lake (17)
15 Snowpiercer
16 Two Days, One Night (15)
17 We Are the Best! (14)
18 Enemy
19 Force Majeure
20 The Immigrant (13)
21 Nymph()maniac
22 Calvary (11) +4
23 The Wind Rises
24 Mr. Turner
25 Stray Dogs

Honorable Mention: The Babadook, Beyond the Lights, Big Eyes, Blue Ruin, Citizenfour, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, The Double, Edge of Tomorrow, Exhibition, Foxcatcher, Goodnight Mommy, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Guest, Jealousy, Jodorowsky's Dune, Journey to the West, The Lego Movie, Leviathan, Life of Riley, Locke, Lucy, The Lunchbox, Magic in the Moonlight, A Most Violent Year, A Most Wanted Man, Norte the End of History, The One I Love, P'tit Quinquin, The Raid 2: Berandal, The Rover, La Sapienza, Selma, The Skeleton Twins, Song of the Sea, Stations of the Cross, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, Welcome to New York, Wild Tales, Winter Sleep, X-Men: Days of Future Past

+/- is change from Feb 26, 2017 to Last Edited Date


The Top Films of 2013

Most #1 Votes: Her (9)

Most Listed
01 The Wolf of Wall Street (40)
02 Gravity (36)
03 Inside Llewyn Davis (35)
04 Her (32)
05 Upstream Color
06 Before Midnight (27)
07 Spring Breakers
08 Frances Ha (25)
09 Blue Is the Warmest Color (24)
10 12 Years a Slave (23)
11 Leviathan (21)
12 The Grandmaster (20)
13 The Act of Killing (17)
14 Nebraska
15 To the Wonder +2
16 Captain Phillips
17 A Touch of Sin (16)
18 American Hustle (15)
19 Blue Jasmine
20 Post Tenebras Lux (13)
21 Bastards
22 Stories We Tell (12) +1
23 The World's End
24 Only God Forgives -2
25 Mud (11)

Honorable Mention: Ain't Them Bodies Saints, All Is Lost, Die andere Heimat, Behind the Candelabra, Blancanieves, The Bling Ring, Child's Pose, Computer Chess, The Conjuring, Dallas Buyers Club, Drug War, Enough Said, A Field in England, Frozen, Gebo and the Shadow, The Great Beauty, A Hijacking, In a World..., Iron Man 3, Jeune et jolie, Like Father Like Son, The Lone Ranger, Lore, Museum Hours, Neighbouring Sounds, Night Moves, No, Nobody's Daughter Haewon, Pacific Rim, Pain & Gain, Paradise: Love, The Past, Philomena, The Place Beyond the Pines, Prisoners, The Reunion, Rush, Short Term 12, Sightseers, Side Effects, Something in the Air, The Spectacular Now, Stoker, The Strange Little Cat, Trance, The Unspeakable Act, Wadjda, You're Next

+/- is change from Feb 26, 2017 to Last Edited Date


The Top Films of 2012

Most #1 Votes: The Master (10)

Most Listed
01 Moonrise Kingdom (47)
02 The Master (38)
03 Holy Motors (29)
04 Django Unchained (25)
05 Tabu (19)
06 Amour (18)
07 Lincoln (16)
08 Looper
09 Argo
10 Zero Dark Thirty (14)
11 Killer Joe
12 Like Someone in Love (13)
13 Silver Linings Playbook
14 Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (12)
15 Berberian Sound Studio (11)
16 Damsels in Distress (10)
17 Cosmopolis
18 Beyond the Hills (9)
19 Magic Mike
20 The Cabin in the Woods (8)
21 Wuthering Heights (7)
22 This Is Not a Film
23 Skyfall
24 The Dark Knight Rises (6)
25 Cloud Atlas

Honorable Mention: Alps, Anna Karenina, The Avengers, Barbara, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Bernie, The Comedy, Compliance, Dark Horse, Goodbye First Love, The Grey, Haywire, The Hunt, In Another Country, In the Fog, It's Such a Beautiful Day, Killing Them Softly, Life of Pi, Les Misérables, Much Ado About Nothing, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Raid: Redemption, Rust and Bone, Seven Psychopaths, Sound of My Voice, Starlet, Take This Waltz, 21 Jump Street, Two Years at Sea, ¡Vivan las Antipodas!, Wreck-It Ralph

+/- is change from Feb 26, 2017 to Last Edited Date


The Top Films of 2011

Most #1 Votes: Melancholia/The Tree of Life/The Turin Horse (12)

Most Listed
01 Melancholia (43)
02 The Tree of Life (42)
03 The Turin Horse (32)
04 Certified Copy (31)
05 Drive (30)
06 A Separation
07 Meek's Cutoff (25)
08 The Skin I Live In (23)
09 Margaret (22)
10 Hugo (21)
11 Midnight in Paris (20)
12 Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (19)
13 The Kid with a Bike (15)
14 Le quattro volte
15 Another Earth
16 Take Shelter
17 Young Adult (14)
18 The Deep Blue Sea
19 Hanna (12)
20 A Dangerous Method
21 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (11)
22 Le Havre (10)
23 Beginners
24 Cave of Forgotten Dreams
25 My Joy (9)

Honorable Mention: Aita, L'Apollonide, The Artist, Attack the Block, The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu, Bridesmaids, Carnage, Contagion, The Day He Arrives, The Descendants, Elena, Essential Killing, Faust, 50/50, The Future, Hors Satan, The Interrupters, Into the Abyss, I Wish, Margin Call, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Michael, Mildred Pierce, Moneyball, The Muppets, Oslo August 31st, Rango, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Shame, Submarine, Super 8, The Time That Remains, Weekend, We Need to Talk About Kevin, The White Meadows

+/- is change from Feb 26, 2017 to Last Edited Date


The Top Films of 2010

Most #1 Votes: Mysteries of Lisbon (6)

Most Listed
01 The Social Network (29)
02 Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (23)
03 Black Swan (22)
04 Un prophète (21)
05 True Grit (18)
06 Carlos
07 The Ghost Writer
08 Mysteries of Lisbon (17)
09 Dogtooth
10 Winter's Bone
11 Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (15)
12 Enter the Void
13 Inception (14)
14 Another Year (13)
15 Somewhere
16 Shutter Island
17 Greenberg
18 White Material (12)
19 Toy Story 3
20 Poetry
21 Blue Valentine (11)
22 The Strange Case of Angelica (10)
23 Exit Through the Gift Shop
24 Wild Grass (9)
25 Film socialisme (7)

Honorable Mention: The American, Animal Kingdom, Attenberg, Aurora, Bluebeard, Curling, The Fighter, Fish Tank, Four Lions, I Am Love, L'Illusionniste, In a Better World, Incendies, Katalin Varga, The Kids Are All Right, The King's Speech, Life During Wartime, Marwencol, Melody for a Street Organ, Never Let Me Go, Nostalgia for the Light, Of Gods and Men, 127 Hours, Our Beloved Month of August, Rabbit Hole, 13 Assassins, The Trip, Tuesday After Christmas, Valhalla Rising

+/- is change from Feb 26, 2017 to Last Edited Date


The Top Films of 2009

Most #1 Votes: The White Ribbon (12)

Most Listed
01 The White Ribbon (29)
02 A Serious Man (24)
03 Inglourious Basterds (23)
04 The Hurt Locker (15)
05 35 Shots of Rum (14)
06 Up
07 Police, adj.
08 Fantastic Mr. Fox
09 Summer Hours (12)
10 Where the Wild Things Are
11 The Informant!
12 Two Lovers (11)
13 The Headless Woman
14 The Limits of Control
15 Antichrist (10)
16 Revanche
17 Mother (9)
18 Bright Star
19 The Bad Lieutenant - Port of Call: New Orleans
20 Around a Small Mountain
21 Everyone Else (8)
22 Public Enemies
23 Tokyo Sonata (7)
24 In the Loop
25 Eccentricities of a Blonde-haired Girl

Honorable Mention: About Elly, Adventureland, Avatar, The Beaches of Agnes, Broken Embraces, Chloe, The Class, The Cove, La Danse: The Paris Opera Ballet, District 9, Everlasting Moments, The Father of My Children, (500) Days of Summer, Hadewijch, Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno, The House of the Devil, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, Lorna's Silence, Lourdes, Mary and Max, Moon, Ne change rien, Ponyo, Shirin, A Single Man, Star Trek, Sugar, Tetro, Thirst, Triangle, Up in the Air, Watchmen

+/- is change from Feb 26, 2017 to Last Edited Date


These films appeared on some 2009 lists but on more 2008 lists, so I'm not counting them as 2009 films: Che, Hunger, Let the Right One In, The Man from London, Still Walking, 24 City, Wendy and Lucy


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 22, 2011 1:07 pm 
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If only for matrixschmatrix's benefit, I've gone ahead and updated the post above to reflect the updates to the consensus lists based on where the Dynamic Top 10 threads currently stand. I intend to update this thread regularly (at least once a week) until the end of awards season, so that the consensus lists can be about as dynamic as the individual lists are.

Once again, there are no rules to how you can post in the Dynamic Top 10 threads, but if you'd like your individual lists to be fully reflected here, make sure they meet the following criteria:

1. It's clear from your list what your top 10 films of the year currently are.
2. Your list for a given year was either created or most recently edited sometime since November of that year, even if only to say "my list stands as is."

Also important: You can assign films to years however you prefer. This doesn't need to match how I've assigned them above. I'll find them wherever you put them.

As a final note, there are several people who have made lists in the 2011 thread that either don't have lists in prior years at all or don't have lists that meet the above criteria, and so aren't being fully counted. If this applies to you, feel free to make a new post or to edit your posts in those older threads, and I'll catch them at the next update.

Also, um, feel free to make comments in this thread.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2011 6:41 pm 

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Does anybody bother updating the old ones? I basically see new stuff only on disc now, the result of which is that I'm usually 9-12 months behind. I only compiled a 2010 top ten list this month, and I figured no one would care (assuming, that is, that anyone would've cared a year ago).


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2011 6:45 pm 
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As you can see from all the movement in 2009 and especially 2010, yes, some people bother to update their lists. Which is the whole reason I'm doing this. If you have a 2010 list to share, post away!


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 2:44 am 

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Done. Although Summer Hours and Still Walking are #1 and #3 from my 2009 list, so, er....


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 2:50 pm 
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Cave of Forgotten Dreams is 2010.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 3:00 pm 
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Per IMDb, its two 2010 screenings were at festivals, which I don't count.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 3:02 pm 
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Gotcha.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 5:04 pm 
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I updated my 2009 and 2010 lists to reflect the consensus on years.
I'm near the Top of Page 2 on both lists.
Basically I shifted 3 films off of 2010, which were on both lists, so you might have counted my next few already.

I have no idea you know what has dropped off someone's list and been replaced by something new when someone edits their list.
I put the changes in red, so it should be fairly clear.
Feel free to delete this post after you input those changes.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 5:17 pm 
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Without revealing too many of my secrets, it's a relatively simple exercise for me to find lists that have changed by just searching for posts with recent edit dates.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:02 pm 
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I get that.
I was wondering about you know which film was edited in and, harder, which was removed.
I guess there aren't that many lists, so as long as you've saved them somewhere you can compare the old saved list to the new edited list.
Keep up the good work ...


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 09, 2012 6:12 pm 
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I keep everything saved in a spreadsheet until it changes.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 8:33 am 
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So if we go back over old lists, do we take IMDB as the date or the dates we saw them, given the vagaries of UK distribution?


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 11:50 am 
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For your own personal lists, you can use whatever dates are easiest/make the most sense for you. I'll find your mention of a film wherever you put it. I mean, unless you put it under a rock somewhere and not on this forum. I won't find it there.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:50 pm 
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First post updated, thread now dormant.

I'll resume updates toward the end of 2012, when awards season starts up again.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:04 pm 
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I'm still catching up to 2011 films and updating my list.
I've seen twenty three 2011 films and have another 15 on my To See list.
I imagine I can't be the only one.
So you might want to poke back into that year in a month or so.

Also, next to each year could you put the total number of lists, if not too much trouble? I started getting curious how many lists left off the top vote-getter.
And what percent of lists contained some others I was partial to


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 2:12 pm 
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Especially with a lot of big titles still coming out on DVD/Blu this month. But whatevs


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There are a number of 2011 (and 2010 and 2009) films I haven't seen either yet, but the idea is for these lists to capture how the consensus is evolving from one year to the next, so I've got to cut off the year at some point. Yeah, the lists will always look different a month from now, two months from now, etc., but this will be captured the next time I start updating (see for example the big 2010 leaps for Certified Copy and Poetry).

That being said, I'll admit that cutting the year off at the beginning of March is sort of arbitrary (other than coming shortly after the Oscars are over). When would everyone like the cutoff to be? Yes, some big 2011 films are coming out in March, but the same could also be said for April, May, and June. And those are just the films everyone knows about.

Lemmy Caution wrote:
Also, next to each year could you put the total number of lists, if not too much trouble?
This is kind of difficult and/or meaningless to count since many lists are a mix of films from several different years. For example, Certified Copy is classified as a 2010 film but mostly shows up on lists in the 2011 thread (which is when it was released in the U.S.).


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swo17 wrote:
When would everyone like the cutoff to be?
If it's not too much trouble can you update once a quarter? If not, maybe mid year would be a good cut off since you'll restart at the end of the year?


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It will give you guys something to look forward to next November. That's when swo rides into town with his sackful of lists for all the girls and boys who have been good all year. That's when the Awards Season thread comes back and the Top Tens thread for this year will start to heat up. The interest in list-making and award-giving are really only at their peak November through February, which is good because I don't think I could take it for a whole year. An annual eight month period of dormancy seems appropriate for that stuff.


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I went ahead and updated the first post again, because why not. I suppose I don't see the harm in keeping it updated throughout the year (maybe once every couple weeks?) to keep tabs on what movies forum members recommend checking out while most of them are still in theaters. If this decision ruins anyone's life, please let me know.


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First post updated, including less clunky thread title!


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Love this thread. This is actully a great idea.


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I know you put "Change since *date*" after each list, but would it be possible to add a "Last Updated" date as well? It'd be a lot easier to be able to tell what's what with each list if both dates were there.


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mfunk9786 wrote:
I know you put "Change since *date*" after each list, but would it be possible to add a "Last Updated" date as well? It'd be a lot easier to be able to tell what's what with each list if both dates were there.

It already automatically says at the bottom of the post when it was that I last updated it. Are you looking for something more than this?


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