Qt3 Movie Podcast Pledge Drive/Listener's Choice Lottery


#101

I assume you mean Wild Things.


#102

I wonder if there are good documentaries on any of these subjects…


#103

If you haven’t yet listened to the Jane Got a Gun podcast, you can jump to the 01:58:20 mark of the podcast to hear Tom list the listener choices and Dingus and Kelly laugh or you can read all 57 choices here. Tom listed the choices from least votes to most votes but he didn’t give totals for any individual pick so as not to influence the picks. So here they are, from least votes to most votes as of February 7th, probably around 9 PM.

Ice Pirates
It’s a Mad, Mad Mad, Mad, World
The Dark Valley
Das Boot
Spotlight
Runaway Train
Turbo Kid
Sophie’s Choice
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
No Way Out
Martyrs
The Battle of Algiers
Commando: On the Front Line
Ghost in the Shell
Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead
The Bothersome Man
Battleship Potemkin
Bend it Like Beckham
Corvette Summer
Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas
Heat
Interstellar
Primer
Kafka
Better Luck Tomorrow
Hateful Eight
Seventh Seal
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Thin Red Line
Big Trouble in Little China
Zapped!
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Lawrence of Arabia
Purple Rain
Armageddon
It’s Such a Beautiful Day
Alien
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Spirited Away
Zulu
Once Upon a Time in the West
Wild
American Psycho
12 Monkeys
The Damned United
Stroszek (I’m not sure if I got the title right on this one)
The Hunt for Red October
Runaway
Crank: High Voltage
Pumpkin
2001: A Space Odyssey
Midnight Run
Jaws (Dingus, you’re going to have to check to see if any of those votes have come from Calgary)
Army of Shadows
Wild Tales (Relatos salvajes)
Brick
The Goonies

Remember, you have until February 21st at 9 PM California time to vote.


#104

Thank you for putting up this list, marquac. I’m glad you did because I was worried I laughed over a couple of the choices. In particular a late choice of a movie I’d never heard of called Pumpkin, which was sent in by unconventional means.

-xtien


#105

We only have votes from Winnipeg, sir.

-xtien


#106

The Make us Watch Whatever You Want Fund Drive heads into it’s final week. Here is the updated list of the 73 picks as of Sunday Feb 14 around 9 PM or so, California time.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Aguirre, the Wrath of God
Das Boot
Goon
Ice Pirates
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
Leviathan
Martyrs
No Way Out
Runaway Train
Sophie’s Choice
Spotlight
The Dark Valley
Commando: On the Front Line
Ghost in the Shell
The Battle of Algiers
Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead
A Serbian Film
Battlefield Earth
Battleship Potemkin
Bend it Like Beckham
The Bothersome Man
Corvette Summer
Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas
Heat
The Prestige
Turbo Kid
Interstellar
Better Luck Tomorrow
Big Trouble in Little China
The Duke of Burgundy
Hateful Eight
Kafka
Lawrence of Arabia
Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
The One I Love
Phantasm
Primer
Thin Red Line
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
True Romance
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Alien
Armageddon
It’s Such a Beautiful Day
Purple Rain
Bad Day at Black Rock
Magic Mike XXL
Spirited Away
The Isle
Zapped!
Zulu
12 Monkeys
American Psycho
Once Upon a Time in the West
Wild
Black Dynamite
The Damn United
The Hunt for Red October
Stroszek
Crank: High Voltage
Pumpkin
Runaway
2001: A Space Odyssey
Jaws
Army of Shadows
The Long Goodbye
Seventh Seal
Midnight Run
Wild Tales (Relatos salvajes)
Brick
Goonies

The big winner this week was Seventh Seal which moved up quite a lot. Remember you still have until February 21 at 9 PM California time to donate and vote for the movie you would like to listen to the guys talk about on the February 28th podcast.


#107

I now feel like I need to donate more just to further dilute the chance that A Serbian Film will be picked.


#108

Oh cool. Jaws. We could finally get to hear what the guys think of Jaws.


#109

I really like some of these choices. As much as I wish I could make the funds happen to shoot Emmet Otter’s Jugband Christmas to the top spot, I’m throwing in with Crank: High Voltage.


#110

Well, I just threw a few bucks in for The Craft. Fingers crossed!


#111

Just a reminder folks, the deadline to donate and get a vote or multiple votes for the Make Tom, Dingus and Kelly Watch Whatever You Want Fund Drive is this Sunday night at 9PM California (Pacific) time. There’s still time to vote for such classic movies as Hot Dog The Movie, Up the Creek, Dark Star or the animated Transformers movie.


#112

I’m feeling good about my one buck’s 50% chance of winning.


#113

The results are in, but rather than spoil it here, I suggest you go listen to the Hail Caesar podcast. The reveal starts at the 1:45 mark. If, however, you just want to know the winner, it is…

C’mon, don’t click this! You should listen instead, even if just to hear the reactions!

The Goonies

-Tom


#114

The rich win again! #Bernie2016


#115

Groan!


#116

Darn. Not that it would have made a difference but I counted 2761 votes rather than 2756.


#117


#118

I don’t know why but I was surprised Tom ordered the movies the way he did. I would have expected the 1s to be at the start of the list. Kinda curious what would have won if that happened.


#119

Assuming that movies would be listed alphabetically if they had the same vote totals, I believe that Armageddon would be the winner.


#120

/fistbump for the other person who wanted to hear the six Wandopses from Wild Tales. We’ll get 'em next time!