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Post by Slentert » Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:27 am

Post here the link to your letterboxd profile.

https://letterboxd.com/Chimichanga/
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Post by Captain Terror » Wed Jan 09, 2019 12:43 am

I got my 2018 year-end email from Letterboxd today-

Films Logged: 395
Most Watched Actor: Stan Laurel
Most Watched Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Proving once again that I'm at the forefront of modern cinema. :D

I'm curious to know what everyone else's stats were, so please share. :up:
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Post by Thief » Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:13 am

Got mine too...

Films logged: 186
Most watched actor: Samuel L. Jackson
Most watched director: Vincente Minnelli (Cabin in the Sky, Meet Me in St. Louis, An American in Paris)

The last one is the one that surprised me. Not because of him, because I know I saw 3 of his films during the Musical course I did on summer, but I'm surprised I didn't repeat other directors.
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Post by ThatDarnMKS » Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:49 am

I didn't get mine. Dang. Curious about my rundown though I unfortunately only started logging halfway through the year and I only log new watches. Trying to log everything I've seen seems a daunting task.

Anywho, here's my letterboxd:

https://letterboxd.com/tjjones/
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Post by Apex Predator » Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:51 am

I'm a regular paragon for cutting edge cinema

Logged: 96 films
Most Watched Actor: Cary Grant (Bringing Up Baby, The Philadelphia Story, Notorious)
Most Watched Director: George Cukor (The Philadelphia Story, Born Yesterday)
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Post by ThatDarnMKS » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:51 am

Mine just came in and I feel it's an accurate assessment of my movie watching:

Logged: 272
Most watched actor: Jean Claude Van Damme
Most watched director: Mario Bava
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Post by Captain Terror » Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:08 am

ThatDarnMKS wrote:Mine just came in and I feel it's an accurate assessment of my movie watching:

Logged: 272
Most watched actor: Jean Claude Van Damme
Most watched director: Mario Bava
Ha! Yes, if I had to predict what yours would be, that's probably what I would've guessed. Funny.
Apex Predator wrote:I'm a regular paragon for cutting edge cinema

Logged: 96 films
Most Watched Actor: Cary Grant (Bringing Up Baby, The Philadelphia Story, Notorious)
Most Watched Director: George Cukor (The Philadelphia Story, Born Yesterday)
A fellow member of the Avant-Garde! Huzza!
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Post by Captain Terror » Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:14 am

Captain Terror wrote:I got my 2018 year-end email from Letterboxd today-

Films Logged: 395
Most Watched Actor: Stan Laurel
Most Watched Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Breaking down my stats:
The 395 films includes lots of two-reelers and 5-minute cartoons, so it's not as impressive as it might initially seem.
I watched 11 Laurel & Hardy shorts last month which is how Stanley got the top spot.
And I got a Hitchcock box set for my birthday so that explains that.

I think my leaders last year were Lon Chaney Jr/Spielberg
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Post by crumbsroom » Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:19 am

Captain Terror wrote:
Breaking down my stats:
The 395 films includes lots of two-reelers and 5-minute cartoons, so it's not as impressive as it might initially seem.
I watched 11 Laurel & Hardy shorts last month which is how Stanley got the top spot.
And I got a Hitchcock box set for my birthday so that explains that.

I think my leaders last year were Lon Chaney Jr/Spielberg
I just watched my first Laurel and Hardy short ever two weeks ago.
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Post by Captain Terror » Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:43 am

crumbsroom wrote:
I just watched my first Laurel and Hardy short ever two weeks ago.
They're so deeply rooted in my childhood that it's hard for me to predict what a first-time viewer will think of them in 2019.
Which one was it?
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Post by Rock » Wed Jan 09, 2019 4:27 am

317, Cage , Fulci.

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Post by Charles Longboat Jr. » Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:06 am

I could’ve sworn I posted a link to my profile here. Ah well. Here it is:
https://boxd.it/anSV

My yearly rushes said I logged 148 films. Alec Baldwin was my most watched actor (for Mission Impossible, his cameos in A Star is Born and BlacKkKlansman, and a joke post I made about The Boss Baby being an Oscar nominee), and Kurosawa is my most watched director.
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Post by Slentert » Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:19 am

Logged: 431
Most Watched Actor: Samuel L. Jackson
Most Watched Director: Quentin Tarantino

I almost forgot I did a QT marathon earlier in the year.
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Post by crumbsroom » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:06 pm

Captain Terror wrote: They're so deeply rooted in my childhood that it's hard for me to predict what a first-time viewer will think of them in 2019.
Which one was it?
I don't know what it was called. The one where they have to clean up after a party before Hardy's wife gets home. I basically only watched it after John C. Reilly on Colbert recommended those unfamiliar with them check out this particular short. I thought to myself "who hasn't seen a Laurel and Hardy before".Then quickly realized after checking my memory bank, that I hadn't. I had just been assuming all of these years because they are such ubiquitous in pop culture.

I liked it a good deal and have every intention of checking out more. I generally like these sorts of old comedy teams, so I'm generally a receptive audience.
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Post by Captain Terror » Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:35 pm

crumbsroom wrote:
I don't know what it was called. The one where they have to clean up after a party before Hardy's wife gets home. I basically only watched it after John C. Reilly on Colbert recommended those unfamiliar with them check out this particular short. I thought to myself "who hasn't seen a Laurel and Hardy before".Then quickly realized after checking my memory bank, that I hadn't. I had just been assuming all of these years because they are such ubiquitous in pop culture.

I liked it a good deal and have every intention of checking out more. I generally like these sorts of old comedy teams, so I'm generally a receptive audience.
Sounds like Helpmates,
where cleaning the house results in no house?
That's a good one to start with. I hope the Stan & Ollie film inspires people to check them out. I'd especially like to see their 20s films get a nice Blu Ray release.
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