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Which is your favorite dramatic JW-score?


Which is your favorite dramatic JW-score?  

38 members have voted

  1. 1. Since 1994

    • Nixon
      0
    • Sleepers
      1
    • Rosewood
      0
    • Seven Years In Tibet
      3
    • Amistad
      2
    • Saving Private Ryan
      5
    • Angela's Ashes
      8
    • The Patriot
      3
    • Memoirs of a Geisha
      14
    • Munich
      2


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WHY THE HELL ISN'T A.I. ON HERE! :D

Anyways I vote for Geisha.

Because A.I. is a science fiction movie.

Ah which inherently means its not dramatic.

SF typically isn't taken as seriously by the literary establishment, hence the need to fence it off in its own category, in the same way the Academy -- far from honoring the status of animators as full-fledged filmmakers -- denigrates animation by relegating it to the "Best Animated Feature" ghetto.

Here, however, I think Josh500 decided to forgo placing scores like A.I. in the poll in part because he knew they would win, the result being that the poll would be then considerably less interesting.

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WHY THE HELL ISN'T A.I. ON HERE! :D

Anyways I vote for Geisha.

Because A.I. is a science fiction movie.

Ah which inherently means its not dramatic.

SF typically isn't taken as seriously by the literary establishment, hence the need to fence it off in its own category, in the same way the Academy -- far from honoring the status of animators as full-fledged filmmakers -- denigrates animation by relegating it to the "Best Animated Feature" ghetto.

I don't know why we're still discussing the true definition of "drama."

I defined in my original post what I meant by "drama," at least within this thread and poll. :o

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WHY THE HELL ISN'T A.I. ON HERE! :D

Anyways I vote for Geisha.

Because A.I. is a science fiction movie.

Ah which inherently means its not dramatic.

SF typically isn't taken as seriously by the literary establishment, hence the need to fence it off in its own category, in the same way the Academy -- far from honoring the status of animators as full-fledged filmmakers -- denigrates animation by relegating it to the "Best Animated Feature" ghetto.

I don't know why we're still discussing the true definition of "drama."

Nothing wrong with an occasional side discussion here and there... or is this not JWFAN? :o

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WHY THE HELL ISN'T A.I. ON HERE! :D

Anyways I vote for Geisha.

Because A.I. is a science fiction movie.

Ah which inherently means its not dramatic.

SF typically isn't taken as seriously by the literary establishment, hence the need to fence it off in its own category, in the same way the Academy -- far from honoring the status of animators as full-fledged filmmakers -- denigrates animation by relegating it to the "Best Animated Feature" ghetto.

I don't know why we're still discussing the true definition of "drama."

Nothing wrong with an occasional side discussion here and there... or is this not JWFAN? :love:

I have nothing against side discussions, but this was turning into the main discussion... :o

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WHY THE HELL ISN'T A.I. ON HERE! :lol:

Anyways I vote for Geisha.

Because A.I. is a science fiction movie.

Ah which inherently means its not dramatic.

You really think that? You have a lot to learn...

It is called sarcasm. You have a lot to learn.

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If A.I. is considered a sci-fi movie, so Saving Private Ryan can be considered a war movie. So if A.I. isn't here because of that, neither SPR should be...

Anyway, here it goes:

1-Geisha

2-Saving Private Ryan

3-Amistad

(bonus)

4-A.I.

5-Munich

6-Seven Years in Tibet

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WHY THE HELL ISN'T A.I. ON HERE! :rolleyes:

Anyways I vote for Geisha.

Because A.I. is a science fiction movie.

Ah which inherently means its not dramatic.

You really think that? You have a lot to learn...

It is called sarcasm. You have a lot to learn.

It is called sarcasm. You have a lot to learn.

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WHY THE HELL ISN'T A.I. ON HERE! ;)

Anyways I vote for Geisha.

Because A.I. is a science fiction movie.

Ah which inherently means its not dramatic.

You really think that? You have a lot to learn...

It is called sarcasm. You have a lot to learn.

It is called sarcasm. You have a lot to learn.

It is called sarcasm. You have a lot to learn.

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Tonight on It's the Mind we examine the phenomenon of deja vu, that strange feeling we sometimes get when we've lived through something before, that's what's happening now has already tonight on It's the Mind we examine the phenomenon of deja vu, that strange feeling we...sometimes get...

Anyway, tonight on It's the Mind...

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If A.I. is considered a sci-fi movie, so Saving Private Ryan can be considered a war movie. So if A.I. isn't here because of that, neither SPR should be...

I agree. "Drama," as a genre, is just kinda bogus; there's no such thing.

Well, like I said, "everything except comedy and sci-fi." I called that "drama," for want of a better term. :)

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