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I am proud to say that I am the first to add a Jenna Fischer directed film to the trends.

Her conquest to the top of the directors list has begun.

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Sat Jan 29, 2011 7:18 pm
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Where's...

Where's Scott?

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Where's Scott!?

Truly the end of an era.


Sat Jan 29, 2011 7:25 pm
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It's #1 in total views but #27 on the trends thing. Maybe I should take my new DVD for a spin, see if that brings it back.


Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:01 pm
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Added my recent watches.

Good to see My Winnipeg up there. Also, Dogtooth in the top three!

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I saw Dogtooth first!

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Wait, five people have watched Zardoz? Why?


Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:32 pm
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Wait, five people have watched Zardoz? Why?


It's awesome.

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Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:33 pm
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Might be my doing. In fact, yes.

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It's awesome.

In terms of terrible films, Dune is awesome. Zardoz is just a bore.


Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:34 pm
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Dune is the most boring film I've ever witnessed, and Zardoz was engrossing. Strange.

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Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:35 pm
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There is nothing engrossing about Zardoz but for Connery's thigh highs.


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Might be my doing. In fact, yes.


Partially. I spotted it randomly on netflix and was all like "ohai john boorman this is probably cool" and started it then ribbon was all like 'ohai i think trip said he likes that' so we were both then all like 'ohai i guess we make the best decisions then huh' then had sex furiously.

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The conversation word for word, that.

No, seriously.

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Wed Feb 02, 2011 2:39 pm
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Haha, I love that my friends and I catapulted Frankenstein into the top 25 so suddenly.

Now they'd better start posting, Goddammit. D:<

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I think the Hide Recent filter should hide 2009 as well as 2010. Maybe even further years back.

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Who else watched Pirosmani? What'd you think of it?

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Thu Feb 03, 2011 4:47 pm
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That is such a well implemented thing you've got there. And it looks nice as well. Anyway, I added Enter the Void, as I just watched that last night. I was going to watch Play Time today, but my internet connection saw fit to ruining the streaming quality on Netflix. Bummer.

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I watched it yesterday morning. The more I think about it the more I like it. The way it was structured was most impressive. Kind of like an anti-biopic. The painting of the Giraffe has me thinking a lot and the symbolism behind it, as it's shown several times throughout the film. I saved it to watch again. The wedding scene is my favorite at this time:

The whole time everyone is concentrated on everything except Nikolai, the three men talking arguing, the dancers, even the people sitting at the table with him, until at the very end he slowly gets up and walks away. The whole time all I felt was the isolation and fear inside this man. A little later his friend asks him why and he says 'I don't want to be shackled down'.


That line hit me the most and summed up the film for me, the person, the angst and most of all:

The only girl he ever loved


Impressive stuff.


Thu Feb 03, 2011 5:06 pm
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Ask Will Billyu

If you have a question that you don't know the answer to, just write it here for Will Billyu!


Dear Will,

When I watch something like "MST3K: Bride of the Monster," I don't bother entering it in Corrierino Trends. Am I missing a good bet?

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My thinking leads me to believe that The End of St. Petersburg and October: Ten Days that Shook the World should be credited to Vsevolod Pudovkin and Sergei M. Eisenstein, respectively, as opposed to the way IMDb has them:

The End of St. Petersburg (Vsevolod Pudovkin, Mikhail Doller)
Ten Days That Shook the World (Grigori Aleksandrov, Sergei M. Eisenstein)

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Tue Feb 08, 2011 4:25 am
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Aleksandrov did collaborate with Eisenstein, so I don't see the contradiction.


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Aleksandrov did collaborate with Eisenstein, so I don't see the contradiction.

This is true but Eisenstein, to my understanding anyway, was the key creative force behind October, and for the purpose of this feature having Aleksandrov's name next to his for the one title deprives Eisenstein of additional love on the director list. But then, maybe Aleksandrov's involvement is greater than I realize.

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This is true but Eisenstein, to my understanding anyway, was the key creative force behind October, and for the purpose of this feature having Aleksandrov's name next to his for the one title deprives Eisenstein of additional love on the director list. But then, maybe Aleksandrov's involvement is greater than I realize.

After consideration, I retract - just an "evil" of the system, I suppose, that collaborations don't get credited in this manner to each respective creator.

I post again, however, as I have been watching a handful of shorts over the past 24 hours... and this one, a 1932 piece, shows up as having been made in the year zero.

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Every day I check if any films are missing the year or director and correct it myself.

But I'm not going to go through thousands of films and decide who I think deserves to be credited.


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Righty-oh.

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Quick, someone else rewatch Pilgrim so we can end this charade of other films being on top.

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Trip wrote:
I think the Hide Recent filter should hide 2009 as well as 2010. Maybe even further years back.
Haha! I think it should hide a rolling three years and three months. :P

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Every day I check if any films are missing the year or director and correct it myself.

But I'm not going to go through thousands of films and decide who I think deserves to be credited.
Poor Bear. Have I told you recently how amazing I think the 'trends' feature is?

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Trends feature <3

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If it sounded like I was attacking the system, I apologize. Was just trying to be helpful in pointing something out :oops:

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If it sounded like I was attacking the system, I apologize. Was just trying to be helpful in pointing something out :oops:


Rage against the machine.

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This is probably a stupid question, but how come the top films aren't ordered by number of views? And how exactly are they ordered?


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This is probably a stupid question, but how come the top films aren't ordered by number of views? And how exactly are they ordered?


By trendiness of course.

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Blevo's right.


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Just added Twin Peaks-Pilot to the list after watching it. Hope Bear doesn't mind that I added a tv episode. It's Twin Peaks so it deserves it though.

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This is probably a stupid question, but how come the top films aren't ordered by number of views? And how exactly are they ordered?
It's a mysterious formula based on number of views and how recent the views are.

Or, what Blevo said. :P

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I don't think Stan Brakhage is every going to be caught for top director. I have 25 of his films waiting for me to watch from Netflix.


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I don't think Stan Brakhage is every going to be caught for top director. I have 25 of his films waiting for me to watch from Netflix.

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Blevo and I need to go to the MoMA to see The Art of Vision.


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Blevo and I need to go to the MoMA to see The Art of Vision.


Oh god yes. When are we leaving?

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Ms. Lockhart, meet Trends.

Trends, meet Ms. Lockhart.

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We've got over 4000 films in there now. Neat.


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We've got over 4000 films in there now. Neat.

Neat indeed.

Rohmer, now up to thirteenth!

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While everyone's watching Hall Pass -- and Scott Pilgrim for the 14th time -- there are interesting new films to watch, like Essential Killing and Norwegian Wood.

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While everyone's watching Hall Pass -- and Scott Pilgrim for the 14th time -- there are interesting new films to watch, like Essential Killing and Norwegian Wood.

Also, though no one seems to have noticed my post, Michael Rowe's exceptional Leap Year has also become available to download.

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Also, though no one seems to have noticed my post, Michael Rowe's exceptional Leap Year has also become available to download.


I completely forgot about that. I remember polo having it at the top of his 2010 list. Must watch.

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I completely forgot about that. I remember polo having it at the top of his 2010 list. Must watch.


Public torrenting and tehparadox yield nothing?

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Public torrenting and tehparadox yield nothing?

Surrealmoviez.

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Surrealmoviez.


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While everyone's watching Hall Pass -- and Scott Pilgrim for the 14th time -- there are interesting new films to watch, like Essential Killing and Norwegian Wood.


Don't forget A Screaming Man. Also a good film. I'll get to Essential Killing later.


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While everyone's watching Hall Pass -- and Scott Pilgrim for the 14th time -- there are interesting new films to watch, like Essential Killing and Norwegian Wood.


*adjusts your monocle*


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