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Which film should win Best Picture?

Call Me By Your Name
0 (0%)
Darkest Hour
0 (0%)
Dunkirk
0 (0%)
Get Out
0 (0%)
Lady Bird
1 (20%)
Phantom Thread
1 (20%)
The Post
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The Shape of Water
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Three Billboards
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Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« on: January 23, 2018, 09:08:13 am »
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Call Me By Your Name: 100%
Average Score: 7.9/10

John Tyler: + (10/10)
Diego Tutweiller: + (7/10)
The Tall Man: + (6/10)
Channing Tatum: + (7/10)
The Moody Blues: + (10/10)
Charles Longboat Jr.: + (7.5/10)

Darkest Hour: 80%
Average Score: 7.3/10

Charles Longboat Jr.: + (6.5/10)
John Tyler: + (9/10)
Diego Tutweiller: - (5/10)
ChillinDylan Godsend: + (7/10)
The Moody Blues: + (9/10)

Dunkirk: 93%
Average Score: 8.2/10

Consensus: Christopher Nolan eschews his expository weakness and certain war genre tenets for an immersive, visceral visual experience that garners solid work from an impressive ensemble and replicates the human trials of the historic evacuation. (14 votes)
Charles Longboat Jr.: + (9/10)
John Tyler: + (10/10)
Diego Tutweiller: + (7/10)
ChillinDylan Godsend: - (5.5/10)
Kale Pasta: + (8.5/10)
The Moody Blues: + (9.5/10)
Cutler: + (9/10)
Frank: + (7/10)
Rupert Pupkin: + (8/10)
Jeffblum: + (10/10)
Jim Raynor: + (8/10)
Channing Tatum: + (8/10)
Robert Neville: + (7/10)
Shockwave the Logical: + (8/10; presumably)



Get Out: 91%
Average Score: 8.0/10

Consensus: Jordan Peele's inaugural film melds thought-provoking satiric commentary with a thoroughly thrilling and entertaining horror comedy setup - suggesting promising things for the director's future works. (11 votes)
Charles Longboat Jr.: + (8.5/10)
John Tyler: + (10/10)
Diego Tutweiller: + (6/10)
ChillinDylan Godsend: + (7/10)
Kale Pasta: + (9/10)
The Moody Blues: + (9.5/10)
Cutler: + (6/10)
The Tall Man: - (5/10)
Frank: + (7/10)
Channing Tatum: + (9/10)
Jeffblum: + (8/10)


Lady Bird: 88%
Average Score: 7.8/10

Consensus: Lady Bird marks another fantastic directorial debut from 2017, as Greta Gerwig's confident direction combined with career-best work from Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf bring a warmly nostalgic yet insightful screenplay to life. (9 votes)
Charles Longboat Jr.: + (8.5/10)
John Tyler: + (10/10)
Diego Tutweiller: + (9/10)
ChillinDylan Godsend: + (6.5/10)
Kale Pasta: + (7/10)
The Moody Blues: + (10/10)
Frank: + (6/10)
The Tall Man: - (4/10)
Channing Tatum: + (9/10)

Phantom Thread: 80%
Average Score: 8.2/10

Charles Longboat Jr.: + (9/10)
John Tyler: + (10/10)
Diego Tutweiller: + (8/10)
Kale Pasta: - (4/10)
The Moody Blues: + (10/10)

The Post: 71%
Average Score: 7.3/10

Consensus: The Post's committed ensemble cast and timely subject matter overpower its occasionally unwieldly screenplay and cinematography, amounting to a solid addition to the revered Steven Spielberg's filmography. (7 votes)
John Tyler: + (10/10)
Kale Pasta: + (8.5/10)
Diego Tutweiller: - (5/10)
Rupert Pupkin: + (6/10
The Moody Blues: + (9/10)
Charles Longboat Jr.: - (5.5/10)
Channing Tatum: + (8/10)

The Shape of Water: 100%
Average Score: 8.8/10

Charles Longboat Jr.: + (8.5/10)
Channing Tatum: +
John Tyler: + (10/10)
Diego Tutweiller: + (7/10)
The Moody Blues: + (10/10)
ChillinDylan Godsend: + (7/10)

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri: 100%
Average Score: 8.5/10

Consensus: Inspiring respect and ire across the political spectrum, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri deftly balances its hard-hitting dramatic elements with Martin McDonaugh's signature dark comedy - while also reaping impressive performances from Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell. (10 votes)
Charles Longboat Jr.: + (9/10)
John Tyler: + (10/10)
Diego Tutweiller: + (7/10)
ChillinDylan Godsend: + (10/10)
Kale Pasta: + (7/10)
The Moody Blues: + (10/10)
Jeffblum: + (8/10)
The Tall Man: + (8/10)
Frank: + (9/10)
Channing Tatum: + (7/10)


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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2018, 09:30:47 am »
+ for all.
Everything is terrible.

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2018, 11:57:41 am »
+ for everything but The Post, which is a -.

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2018, 12:18:41 pm »
+ for 3 Billboards, Lady Bird, Get Out, Darkest Hour

- for Dungkirk

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #4 on: January 23, 2018, 12:25:51 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #5 on: January 23, 2018, 04:18:50 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).
Personally I really like that idea, although it does require the creator of the consensus to put in more work.

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #6 on: January 23, 2018, 04:21:41 pm »
Haven't seen Call me By Your Name, Darkest Hour or Shape of Water, but + for all the rest but Phantom Thread which is a -.
 
Even though the AMC by me is being a shit, the one screen theater is getting both Shape of Water and Darkest Hour at the beginning of February which is nice.

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #7 on: January 23, 2018, 05:33:26 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).
Personally I really like that idea, although it does require the creator of the consensus to put in more work.

I tried it once and it was a huge pain in the ass. However, if everyone posts their ratings (out of 10), I think I can find a way to do it easier using Excel.

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #8 on: January 23, 2018, 09:47:21 pm »
+ for all except for Call Me by Your Name which I haven't seen.
Goodbye!

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #9 on: January 23, 2018, 10:26:47 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).

Yeah, I mean if u r cool tallying it up, then sure...here's mine...

3 Billboards = 10/10
Darkest Hour = 7/10
Get Out = 7/10
Lady Bird = 6.5/10
Dungkirk = 5.5/10

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #10 on: January 23, 2018, 10:28:51 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).
Personally I really like that idea, although it does require the creator of the consensus to put in more work.

I tried it once and it was a huge pain in the ass. However, if everyone posts their ratings (out of 10), I think I can find a way to do it easier using Excel.

yeah Excel sheet definitely the way to go - you'll just need to adjust the denominator in the formula for each one since they'll likely all have a different number of grades since most of us have seen some, but not all of these (except John probably).

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #11 on: January 23, 2018, 10:30:07 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).
Personally I really like that idea, although it does require the creator of the consensus to put in more work.

I tried it once and it was a huge pain in the ass. However, if everyone posts their ratings (out of 10), I think I can find a way to do it easier using Excel.

yeah Excel sheet definitely the way to go - you'll just need to adjust the denominator in the formula for each one since they'll likely all have a different number of grades since most of us have seen some, but not all of these (except John probably).

I've had a girl once say that Excel is pointless.  I wanted to smack the thot, but she was the best earner at my brothel. 
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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #12 on: January 23, 2018, 10:30:29 pm »
My scores:
Darkest Hour - 9/10
Everything else - 10/10
Everything is terrible.

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #13 on: January 23, 2018, 10:34:33 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).
Personally I really like that idea, although it does require the creator of the consensus to put in more work.

I tried it once and it was a huge pain in the ass. However, if everyone posts their ratings (out of 10), I think I can find a way to do it easier using Excel.

yeah Excel sheet definitely the way to go - you'll just need to adjust the denominator in the formula for each one since they'll likely all have a different number of grades since most of us have seen some, but not all of these (except John probably).

I've had a girl once say that Excel is pointless.  I wanted to smack the thot, but she was the best earner at my brothel. 

Did she have 2 vaginas?  That's the secret.  If you can find a chick with 2 vaginas, she can do 4 guys at the same time instead of 3.  That's like a 25% increase in earnings per session.  Can't beat that kind of return.

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #14 on: January 23, 2018, 10:45:36 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).
Personally I really like that idea, although it does require the creator of the consensus to put in more work.

I tried it once and it was a huge pain in the ass. However, if everyone posts their ratings (out of 10), I think I can find a way to do it easier using Excel.

yeah Excel sheet definitely the way to go - you'll just need to adjust the denominator in the formula for each one since they'll likely all have a different number of grades since most of us have seen some, but not all of these (except John probably).

I've had a girl once say that Excel is pointless.  I wanted to smack the thot, but she was the best earner at my brothel. 

Did she have 2 vaginas?  That's the secret.  If you can find a chick with 2 vaginas, she can do 4 guys at the same time instead of 3.  That's like a 25% increase in earnings per session.  Can't beat that kind of return.

It doesn't matter.  I had to deduct her pay, which is done through EXCEL.  Hope this thot learns the power of Excel.
goodbye!

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #15 on: January 23, 2018, 11:02:26 pm »
Do you guys think the consensuses should also have an average score like RT? It helps clarify our exact enthusiasm for certain films (Ex. The Shape of Water has a 100% so far but we all have different scores for it).
Personally I really like that idea, although it does require the creator of the consensus to put in more work.

I tried it once and it was a huge pain in the ass. However, if everyone posts their ratings (out of 10), I think I can find a way to do it easier using Excel.

yeah Excel sheet definitely the way to go - you'll just need to adjust the denominator in the formula for each one since they'll likely all have a different number of grades since most of us have seen some, but not all of these (except John probably).

I've had a girl once say that Excel is pointless.  I wanted to smack the thot, but she was the best earner at my brothel. 

Did she have 2 vaginas?  That's the secret.  If you can find a chick with 2 vaginas, she can do 4 guys at the same time instead of 3.  That's like a 25% increase in earnings per session.  Can't beat that kind of return.

It doesn't matter.  I had to deduct her pay, which is done through EXCEL.  Hope this thot learns the power of Excel.

Fair enough - bitch had it coming...

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #16 on: January 23, 2018, 11:12:18 pm »
Updated with Dylan's, John's, and my scores respectively.

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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #17 on: January 23, 2018, 11:34:03 pm »
My scores:

Shape of Water - 10/10
Phantom Thread - 10/10
Three Billboards - 10/10
Darkest Hour - 9/10
Get Out - 9.5/10
Dunkirk - 9.5/10
Lady Bird - 10/10
The Post - 9/10
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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #18 on: January 23, 2018, 11:50:55 pm »
Updated with Dylan's, John's, and my scores respectively.

This template is pretty easy to make. For the averages, type =average and then put the cell range in the parentheses.


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Re: Consensus XXXIV: The 2018 Best Picture Nominees
« Reply #19 on: January 23, 2018, 11:52:42 pm »
I think Bread didn't like the gay movie.

And Dunkirk a 9/10
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