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Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 22 Dec 2012, 20:43
by Steel Frog
alan smithee wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:And with a sneaky Reacher
I hear that's at least a misdemeanor in most states
Felony in Utah.

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 23 Dec 2012, 18:40
by Steel Frog
172(1);100

Cross fingers. Don't want to jinx it, but I think this gold is mine.

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 26 Dec 2012, 11:52
by NoShoes
12/26/12

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 27 Dec 2012, 15:04
by Batman
98 total, 1 repeat.

27 Dec 12 - Jack Reacher Cineworld

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 27 Dec 2012, 20:44
by bratzks
Dec 27 Django

Puts me at 12 for the year. Whoopie.

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 29 Dec 2012, 14:45
by Batman
99 total, 1 repeat.

29 Dec 12 - Pitch Perfect Cineworld

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 29 Dec 2012, 15:44
by DrG
Now at 59 with no repeats.

Think we are seeing Life of Pi tomorrow so that should end the year on a nice round number.

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 29 Dec 2012, 20:21
by bratzks
Dec. 29 Les Miserables

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 13:34
by Batman
100 total, 1 repeat.

30 Dec 12 - Life of Pi (3D) Cineworld

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 30 Dec 2012, 19:50
by Steel Frog
175(1); 102

I think that does it for my 2012.

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 05:01
by Nunis
Steel Frog wrote:175(1); 102

I think that does it for my 2012.
Well done.

I'm still at a (not respectable at all, in fact really really pathetic) zero. :|

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 05:40
by Steel Frog
Nunis wrote:
Steel Frog wrote:175(1); 102

I think that does it for my 2012.
Well done.

I'm still at a (not respectable at all, in fact really really pathetic) zero. :|
:o :(

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 10:28
by Batman
101 total, 1 repeat.

31 Dec 12 - Parental Guidance Cineworld

Though not as many as last year, I did manage to hit triple digits again this year. That last one really hurt, though.

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 31 Dec 2012, 10:46
by knarf
28 new and 2 repeats - just shy of last year, not counting shorts.

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 01 Jan 2013, 19:23
by Agrajag
Sorry I haven't been updating all year, but better late than never, right? Here's my list (as best as I can tell)

Sneak-ins & Repeats

1/8 We Bought A Zoo
1/8 Hugo 3D
1/15 Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
1/15 Beauty and the Beast 3D
1/21 Artist, The
1/28 Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close

2/4 Albert Nobbs
2/10 Chronicle
2/10 Iron Lady, The
2/11 Oscar Live Shorts (Time Freak, etc.)
2/11 Oscar Animated Shorts (La Luna, etc.)
2/25 Pina

3/24 Hunger Games

4/14 Cabin in the Woods
4/14 Three Stooges
4/14 21 Jump Street
4/15 Big
4/15 Majestic
4/29 Five-Year Engagement
4/29 Safe

5/6 Avengers 3D
5/11 Avengers
5/13 Bully
5/22 Haywire
5/25 Men in Black 3
5/25 Chernobyl Diaries
5/26 Sitter

6/2 Hunger Games
6/3 Bernie
6/15 Teached Short Films
6/15 Trace of Light/Boom Varietal
6/23 Prometheus IMAX 3D

7/2 Moonrise Kingdom
7/4 Ted
7/4 Brave

8/2 To Rome With Love
8/6 Dark Knight Rises IMAX
8/30 Safety Not Guaranteed

9/15 Magic Mike
9/15 Big Lebowski
9/28 Sleepwalk with Me
9/29 Looper

10/22 Argo

11/7 Flight
11/17 Wreck-It Ralph
11/17 Skyfall
11/22 Sinister
11/22 Rise of the Guardians 3D
11/22 Life of Pi

12/1 Lincoln
12/1 Breaking Dawn Part 2
12/23 Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
12/29 Silver Linings Playbook
12/29 This is 40
12/29 Les Miserables
12/29 Django Unchained

54(2) with 15 sneak-ins

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 02 Jan 2013, 09:21
by Sela
In-flight entertainment on my trip to Spain, brings me to a final count of

The Odd Life of Timothy
Liberal Arts
New Year's Eve

36 movies (3 repeat - Six 3D)
4278 minutes

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 02 Jan 2013, 15:10
by Agrajag
Do in-flight movies count? This is a count for movies on the big screen, right? My list doesn't include a few in-flight, VOD & other rented movies... Let me know if I should update my list.

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 03 Jan 2013, 06:30
by Batman
Agrajag wrote:Do in-flight movies count? This is a count for movies on the big screen, right? My list doesn't include a few in-flight, VOD & other rented movies... Let me know if I should update my list.
Not that I'm particularly bothered by what someone counts or doesn't count, this is from Sugar's original post:
Sugarpuss O'Shea wrote:Rules (subject to change):
1. Only feature-length films seen in a theater can be counted (exception: a screening of multiple short films can be counted as one film)

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 03 Jan 2013, 08:00
by Sela
Batman wrote:
Agrajag wrote:Do in-flight movies count? This is a count for movies on the big screen, right? My list doesn't include a few in-flight, VOD & other rented movies... Let me know if I should update my list.
Not that I'm particularly bothered by what someone counts or doesn't count, this is from Sugar's original post:
Sugarpuss O'Shea wrote:Rules (subject to change):
1. Only feature-length films seen in a theater can be counted (exception: a screening of multiple short films can be counted as one film)
:oops:

In that case, back to

33 movies (3 repeat - Six 3D)
3958 minutes

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 03 Jan 2013, 12:51
by DrG
Ended the year on 60 films with no repeats.

7 3D movies
4 IMAX movies

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 03 Jan 2013, 13:42
by NoShoes
Sela wrote:
Batman wrote:
Agrajag wrote:Do in-flight movies count? This is a count for movies on the big screen, right? My list doesn't include a few in-flight, VOD & other rented movies... Let me know if I should update my list.
Not that I'm particularly bothered by what someone counts or doesn't count, this is from Sugar's original post:
Sugarpuss O'Shea wrote:Rules (subject to change):
1. Only feature-length films seen in a theater can be counted (exception: a screening of multiple short films can be counted as one film)
:oops:

In that case, back to

33 movies (3 repeat - Six 3D)
3958 minutes
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a theater as: "1c : a building or area for showing motion pictures".

Since during that time on the flight the area was used (at least by some) to view the feature length film, I think you have met the criteria set forth above as having seen the films in a theater.

I say go ahead and count them (besides, I've only seen 11 films so it's not like it matters to me :mishchief: )

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 03 Jan 2013, 14:31
by knarf
NoShoes wrote:
Sela wrote:
Batman wrote:
Agrajag wrote:Do in-flight movies count? This is a count for movies on the big screen, right? My list doesn't include a few in-flight, VOD & other rented movies... Let me know if I should update my list.
Not that I'm particularly bothered by what someone counts or doesn't count, this is from Sugar's original post:
Sugarpuss O'Shea wrote:Rules (subject to change):
1. Only feature-length films seen in a theater can be counted (exception: a screening of multiple short films can be counted as one film)
:oops:

In that case, back to

33 movies (3 repeat - Six 3D)
3958 minutes
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a theater as: "1c : a building or area for showing motion pictures".

Since during that time on the flight the area was used (at least by some) to view the feature length film, I think you have met the criteria set forth above as having seen the films in a theater.

I say go ahead and count them (besides, I've only seen 11 films so it's not like it matters to me :mishchief: )
Of course, by that definition, the "areas" in my den, bedroom and at my computer desks would also count as "theaters". :roll:

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 03 Jan 2013, 17:30
by NoShoes
knarf wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Sela wrote:
Batman wrote:
Agrajag wrote:Do in-flight movies count? This is a count for movies on the big screen, right? My list doesn't include a few in-flight, VOD & other rented movies... Let me know if I should update my list.
Not that I'm particularly bothered by what someone counts or doesn't count, this is from Sugar's original post:
Sugarpuss O'Shea wrote:Rules (subject to change):
1. Only feature-length films seen in a theater can be counted (exception: a screening of multiple short films can be counted as one film)
:oops:

In that case, back to

33 movies (3 repeat - Six 3D)
3958 minutes
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a theater as: "1c : a building or area for showing motion pictures".

Since during that time on the flight the area was used (at least by some) to view the feature length film, I think you have met the criteria set forth above as having seen the films in a theater.

I say go ahead and count them (besides, I've only seen 11 films so it's not like it matters to me :mishchief: )
Of course, by that definition, the "areas" in my den, bedroom and at my computer desks would also count as "theaters". :roll:
It's like playing Scrabble. First you have to agree on a dictionary to use, as they all differ to one extent or another (stupid English language).
Dictionary.com: 1 - a building, part of a building, or outdoor area for housing dramatic presentations, stage entertainments, or motion-picture shows.
Oxford Online: 1c - (chiefly North American & West Indian) a cinema
etc, ad nauseam......

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 13 Jan 2013, 12:38
by Agrajag
Forgot at least one...

12/19 The Trouble With Harry

55(2) with 15 sneak-ins

Re: The Race for Gold 2012

Posted: 13 Jan 2013, 21:02
by Sugarpuss O'Shea
Agrajag wrote:Do in-flight movies count?
NO

Good god, I've been gone too long. I'll get my spreadsheet updated ASAP. Or did anyone do this in my stead?