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Summer Movie Poll Semi-Final: The Indies


6 Responses to “Summer Movie Poll Semi-Final: The Indies”

  1. Maxim says:

    This thing is heavily rigged.

  2. Ivan says:

    Hahahaha… the best indie movie of the summer finished last! It makes you wonder what is the point, doesn’t it?

  3. JKill says:

    Okay so the question is:

    How many times did Steven Kaye vote for MIDNIGHT IN PARIS? And is there an anti-SK faction voting against it?

    The plot thickens…

  4. yancyskancy says:

    Are there actually enough posters here who have seen all these films to make the poll meaningful? Or are people just ranking the titles even if they haven’t seen all of them?

  5. sanj says:

    the question should be how much would you pay to see all these movies … my guess is 25 bucks. thats like 2 bucks a movie. amazing deal. hollywood get to it and lower the prices.

    the movie studios should buy full page ads in newspapers – watch the tree of life for 2 bucks!!!! – 2 weeks only. huge lineups and every screen would be full .. sure they don’t make that much money but people to get see small indie films …some with big huge megastars like that Brad Pitt .

    they should try 2 bucks for the last twilight movie – even people who totally hate twilight will go and then
    some of those people will buy the twilight dvds ..
    Kristen and Rob don’t need the money.

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