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View Poll Results: What is your favorite movie of the year?
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street 4 23.53%
Superbad 2 11.76%
Eastern Promises 0 0%
Knocked Up 0 0%
No Country For Old Men 1 5.88%
American Gangster 0 0%
Atonement 0 0%
Michael Clayton 1 5.88%
Charlie Wilson's War 0 0%
Juno 3 17.65%
Waitress 0 0%
300 2 11.76%
Hot Fuzz 0 0%
Enchanted 0 0%
Gone Baby Gone 0 0%
Ratatouille 0 0%
Bourne Ultimatum 0 0%
3 10 To Yuma 1 5.88%
Grindhouse 0 0%
Stardust 3 17.65%
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Old 01-07-2008, 04:38 AM View Post #11 (Link)
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I see, I didn't see Stardust because it didn't look particulary interesting, so it's worth watching?
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I haven't seen I Am Legend yet, but it looks awesome.

I just now noticed that Gridnhouse was on that poll...as a Burton/Depp fan I'll keep my vote on principle, but I LOVED Grindhouse.
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I Am Legend and Sicko deserved consideration to be on that list in my opinion

but my favorite of the year was Juno =]]
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Old 01-07-2008, 09:56 AM View Post #14 (Link)
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Before Imelda gets to it, I shall say:

You did not include POC: At World's End!
(But we don't care, because we're Ninjas )

But, if it's for best movie: Hot Fuzz! That is an awesomely funny movie, and it was in England. Makes a nice change from all the comedies being in America, I can so relate.
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My vote goes to Sweeney Todd, because we did that play and I'm biased. How many of these have I seen? Let's see...
...Nothing. Ah well.
You're missing the Simpsons/Futurama movies. But that's just my inner animation geek speaking.
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I'm surprised Transformers didn't wind up on the list...
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I'd hardly consider Transformers as a top movie...
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You have got to be kidding me!

Well..not many Sci-fi-ers here, so I guess it makes sense...
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Here's why I can't stand Transformers:

My friend dragged me along to watch it just because he wanted to watch it for the "hot" girl who was in it...
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I never saw Transformers. I like to read sci-fi but I'm not much for the movies.
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