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Guest 4332
22-12-2002, 21:12
Wot, no Insomnia ?

Guest 9118
22-12-2002, 21:17
did i miss this show when was it on :confused:

Guest 1950
22-12-2002, 21:21
Originally posted by rubber duck
did i miss this show when was it on :confused: Today - at 12.40pm

d.boyd1uk
22-12-2002, 21:34
what was the top 10 then?

ac
22-12-2002, 21:49
Missed this as well, just been looking of the Beeb's site and couldn't the Top 10 listed anywhere. Did find these comments on the forum there though.


Donnie Darko at number 2? Brilliant, great to see this film getting some recognition. Congratulations to everyone who voted for it on your excellent taste ;-)

M. [reply]


re: Films of the year Harry Potter - 1660th post - 22 Dec 2002 15:07
Hehe, I voted for it (and LOTR of course). I was surprised to see Spider-man so low down the list, and even more surprised at it being below Star Wars. Not that I'm complaining, I'm still trying to decide whether or not I liked Spidey's shenannigans. But good to see Mulholland Drive too, and I was pleased that Minority Report, the most intelligent (and best) blockbuster of the year was above Peter Parker and Annakin 'you're so unfair! I hate you!' Skywalker, and third only to Donnie Darko and LOTR. Nice one.
HP [reply]


re: Films of the year Harry Potter - 1661st post - 22 Dec 2002 15:09
Oops, wait, it was 4th, Ocean's 11 was 3rd - still great.


So from that we can deduce the Top 4 (maybe 5):

1. LOTR
2. Donnie Darko
3. Ocean's 11
4. Minority Report
5. Star Wars Ep.II (?)

Baz
22-12-2002, 21:59
Die another day and A Beautiful Mind was in the top ten too.

ac
22-12-2002, 22:02
So that's only one we're missing then. (Unless one of them is Harry Potter which I guess is likely, the guy's username is Harry Potter in the quote above from what I could gather ;) )

Baz
22-12-2002, 22:06
Harry Potter COS was also there. Are we still not missing one more?

ac
22-12-2002, 22:08
In that case I make it:

1. LOTR
2. Donnie Darko
3. Ocean's 11
4. Minority Report
?. Star Wars Ep.II
?. Spiderman
?. Mulholland Drive
?. Die Another Day
?. A Beautiful Mind
?. Harry Potter

Baz
22-12-2002, 22:10
Yep. Mulholland was no 10 i think.

Guest 23355
22-12-2002, 22:15
What no Santa Clause 2, this dam thing must have ben rigged.:|

Guest 752
22-12-2002, 22:16
Yes, Mulholland Drive was at 10. DAD was 9 and Beautiful Mind 5 IIRC.

Scott

ac
22-12-2002, 22:22
By my reckoning that would leave us with something like:

1. LOTR
2. Donnie Darko
3. Ocean's 11
4. Minority Report
5. A Beautiful Mind
6. Harry Potter
7. Star Wars Ep.II
8. Spiderman
9. Die Another Day
10. Mulholland Drive

Any other offers?

Barney_Tabasco
22-12-2002, 23:46
Is it repeated?

Guest 11760
22-12-2002, 23:47
What about Insomnia? - doh I've just realised that was in the first post of this thread. :lol: anyways it is a valid point, why the hell is something like DAD ahead of a genuinely good film like Insomnia?

Guest 1950
22-12-2002, 23:48
Originally posted by Barney_Tabasco
Is it repeated? Not according to Digiguide, and they're normally pretty accurate.

Guest 6368
23-12-2002, 00:28
DigiGuide says it's repeated on the 4th Jan :) @ 1.40pm

Guest 3344
23-12-2002, 00:51
Originally posted by Pike Bishop
What about Insomnia? - doh I've just realised that was in the first post of this thread. :lol: anyways it is a valid point, why the hell is something like DAD ahead of a genuinely good film like Insomnia?
Voted. For. By. Film. 2002. Watchers.

Not that I don't watch Film 2002 - but you kind of capture everyone. To be honest I was really surprised that Mulholland Drive and Donnie Darko made it to the top 10.

Guest 2922
23-12-2002, 02:15
Has last Monday's Film 2002 been repeated yet - the one with all of The Two Towers interviews? I thought it was going to be on today but, as you all know, it was the films of the year show!

Guest 2172
23-12-2002, 12:49
Originally posted by ac
By my reckoning that would leave us with something like:

1. LOTR
2. Donnie Darko
3. Ocean's 11
4. Minority Report
5. A Beautiful Mind
6. Harry Potter
7. Star Wars Ep.II
8. Spiderman
9. Die Another Day
10. Mulholland Drive

Any other offers?

Oh. My. God. :rolleyes:

Guest 5396
23-12-2002, 13:17
The thing I noticed most was that Jonathan Ross said that LOTR was by far the winner, that it wasn't even a close contest in terms of the number of viewer votes it got (of which mine was one. :) ) :smokin:

Guest 2728
23-12-2002, 22:16
Er, wasn't FOTR technically LAST year?

No Black Hawk Down.........:(

Guest 4332
23-12-2002, 22:20
I'm surprised none of these featured either: Count of Monte Cristo, Roadkill, Panic Room, Nine Queens, Frailty

Guest 4332
23-12-2002, 22:21
Oh ! Just realised, no Signs either !

Guest 15396
24-12-2002, 00:19
No Monster's Ball. Definitely one of the best of the year.

Guest 20890
24-12-2002, 00:51
Road to Perdition :notworthy

Guest 3744
04-01-2003, 07:37
Heads up for those people who missed this, it's on again today at 13.40pm on BBC2

Johnny Vodka
04-01-2003, 08:59
:lol: :lol: :lol:

Won't be watching.