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Josh the cat 
"ice wouldn't melt, you'd think ....."

East Yorkshire, England.

Posted - 11/10/2006 :  14:33:36  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here is a chance for you to list and link all your accolades so that users can see the accolades that a single user has created.

I have started the ball rolling by listing and linking all the accolades I have created.

This is not a discussion thread, if you wanna discuss accolades then can I suggest this thread.

Don't feel obligated to do it, I just thought it would be good if a user could see all the accolades created by a single user.

Example I really like and enjoy Rovark's essential collection accolades but to see them I have to visit Randall or AC's trophy cabinet to access them.

If you wanna post your list here feel free.

Josh the cat

Edited by - Josh the cat on 25/01/2009 10:03:16

Josh the cat 
"ice wouldn't melt, you'd think ....."

East Yorkshire, England.

Posted - 25/10/2006 :  18:42:04  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

Here are all my accolades, just for YOU!

I generally give all my accolades a trophy, I figure if your gonna work for it you should get something better than the standard trophy

Enjoy

ANY ACCOLADE LISTED AS 'STATIC' WILL NOT HAVE ANY MORE FILMS ADDED TO THEM.

Josh the cat & Randallís Documentary Dilemma
1000 films - static accolade
Review the first 1000 documentaries added to the ever growing database here at FWFR.
****This accolade was first achieved by the Accolade King Randall****

Josh the cat fancies Raquel Welch
Review all the films here at FWFR with the screen Goddess Raquel Welch in.

Josh the cat's - 1st BAFTA Bonanza (1948)
3 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 2nd BAFTA Bonanza (1949)
15 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 3rd BAFTA Bonanza (1950)
15 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 04th BAFTA Bonanza (1951)
21 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 05th BAFTA Bonanza (1952)
25 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 06th BAFTA Bonanza (1953)
36 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 07th BAFTA Bonanza (1954)
34 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 08th BAFTA Bonanza (1955)
36 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 09th BAFTA Bonanza (1956)
39 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 10th BAFTA Bonanza (1957)
45 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 11th BAFTA Bonanza (1958)
46 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 12th BAFTA Bonanza (1959)
33 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 13th BAFTA Bonanza (1960)
34 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 14th BAFTA Bonanza (1961)
32 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 15th BAFTA Bonanza (1962)
26 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 16th BAFTA Bonanza (1963)
41 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 17th BAFTA Bonanza (1964)
32 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 18th BAFTA Bonanza (1965)
41 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 19th BAFTA Bonanza (1966)
38 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 20th BAFTA Bonanza (1967)
33 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 21st BAFTA Bonanza (1968)
38 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 22nd BAFTA Bonanza (1969)
28 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 23rd BAFTA Bonanza (1970)
30 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 24th BAFTA Bonanza (1971)
34 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 25th BAFTA Bonanza (1972)
30 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 26th BAFTA Bonanza (1973)
28 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 27th BAFTA Bonanza (1974)
35 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's - 28th BAFTA Bonanza (1975)
25 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 29th BAFTA Bonanza (1976)
29 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 30th BAFTA Bonanza (1977)
26 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's - 31st BAFTA Bonanza (1978)
31 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 32nd BAFTA Bonanza (1979)
25 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 33rd BAFTA Bonanza (1980)
19 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 34th BAFTA Bonanza (1981)
24 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 35th BAFTA Bonanza (1982)
24 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 36th BAFTA Bonanza (1983)
31 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 37th BAFTA Bonanza (1984)
27 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's - 38th BAFTA Bonanza (1985)
31 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 39th BAFTA Bonanza (1986)
28 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 40th BAFTA Bonanza (1987)
22 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 41st BAFTA Bonanza (1988)
23 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 42nd BAFTA Bonanza (1989)
28 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 43rd BAFTA Bonanza (1990)
32 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 44th BAFTA Bonanza (1991)
31 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 45th BAFTA Bonanza (1992)
31 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 46th BAFTA Bonanza (1993)
29 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 47th BAFTA Bonanza (1994)
34 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 48th BAFTA Bonanza (1995)
35 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 49th BAFTA Bonanza (1996)
33 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 50th BAFTA Bonanza (1997)
32 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 51st BAFTA Bonanza (1998)
28 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 52nd BAFTA Bonanza (1999)
25 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 53rd BAFTA Bonanza (2000)
34 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 54th BAFTA Bonanza (2001)
35 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 55th BAFTA Bonanza (2002)
38 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 56th BAFTA Bonanza (2003)
37 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 57th BAFTA Bonanza (2004)
35 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 58th BAFTA Bonanza (2005)
35 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 59th BAFTA Bonanza (2006)
34 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 60th BAFTA Bonanza (2007)
31 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 61st BAFTA Bonanza (2008)
34 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's - 62nd BAFTA Bonanza (2009)
34 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for an award at this years BAFTA's.

Josh the cat's 1st Oscar Extravaganza (1929).
23 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 1st Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 2nd Oscar Extravaganza (1930)-1.
26 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 2nd Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 3rd Oscar Extravaganza (1930)-2.
26 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 3rd Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 4th Oscar Extravaganza (1931).
22 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 4th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 5th Oscar Extravaganza (1932).
27 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 5th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 6th Oscar Extravaganza (1934).
28 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 6th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 7th Oscar Extravaganza (1935).
32 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 8th Oscar Extravaganza (1936).
46 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 8th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 9th Oscar Extravaganza (1937).
52 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 9th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 10th Oscar Extravaganza (1938).
57 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 10th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 11th Oscar Extravaganza (1939).
45 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 11th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 12th Oscar Extravaganza (1940).
49 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 12th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 13th Oscar Extravaganza (1941).
66 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 13th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 14th Oscar Extravaganza (1942).
95 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 14th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 15th Oscar Extravaganza (1943).
94 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 15th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 16th Oscar Extravaganza (1944).
79 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 16th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 17th Oscar Extravaganza (1945).
83 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 17th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 18th Oscar Extravaganza (1946).
83 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 18th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 19th Oscar Extravaganza (1947).
55 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 19th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 20th Oscar Extravaganza (1948).
60 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 20th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 21st Oscar Extravaganza (1949).
52 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 21st Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 22nd Oscar Extravaganza (1950).
61 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 22nd Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 23rd Oscar Extravaganza (1951).
55 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 23rd Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 24th Oscar Extravaganza (1952).
55 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 24th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 25th Oscar Extravaganza (1953).
59 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 25th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 26th Oscar Extravaganza (1954).
63 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 26th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 27th Oscar Extravaganza (1955).
54 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 27th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 28th Oscar Extravaganza (1956).
55 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 29th Oscar Extravaganza (1957).
58 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 30th Oscar Extravaganza (1958).
46 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 31st Oscar Extravaganza (1959).
48 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 31st Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 32nd Oscar Extravaganza (1960).
49 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 32nd Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 33rd Oscar Extravaganza (1961).
54 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 34th Oscar Extravaganza (1962).
53 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 35th Oscar Extravaganza (1963).
55 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 36th Oscar Extravaganza (1964).
57 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 37th Oscar Extravaganza (1965).
55 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 37th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 38th Oscar Extravaganza (1966).
55 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 38th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 39th Oscar Extravaganza (1967).
51 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 39th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 40th Oscar Extravaganza (1968).
47 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 40th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 41st Oscar Extravaganza (1969).
53 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 41st Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 42nd Oscar Extravaganza (1970).
41 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 42nd Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 43rd Oscar Extravaganza (1971).
49 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 43rd Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 44th Oscar Extravaganza (1972).
48 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 44th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 45th Oscar Extravaganza (1973).
47 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 45th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 46th Oscar Extravaganza (1974).
45 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 46th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 47th Oscar Extravaganza (1975).
49 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 47th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 48th Oscar Extravaganza (1976).
54 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 48th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 49th Oscar Extravaganza (1977).
49 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 49th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 50th Oscar Extravaganza (1978).
48 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 50th Oscar celebrations.

Josh the cat's 51st Oscar Extravaganza (1979).
48 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 52nd Oscar Extravaganza (1980).
54 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 53rd Oscar Extravaganza (1981).
47 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 54th Oscar Extravaganza (1982).
42 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 55th Oscar Extravaganza (1983).
45 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 56th Oscar Extravaganza (1984).
46 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 57th Oscar Extravaganza (1985).
52 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 58th Oscar Extravaganza (1986).
48 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 59th Oscar Extravaganza (1987).
51 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 60th Oscar Extravaganza (1988).
51 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 61st Oscar Extravaganza (1989).
48 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 62nd Oscar Extravaganza (1990).
51 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 63rd Oscar Extravaganza (1991).
52 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 64th Oscar Extravaganza (1992).
45 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 65th Oscar Extravaganza (1993).
55 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 66th Oscar Extravaganza (1994).
49 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 67th Oscar Extravaganza (1995).
54 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 68th Oscar Extravaganza (1996).
51 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 69th Oscar Extravaganza (1997).
64 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 70th Oscar Extravaganza (1998).
55 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 71st Oscar Extravaganza (1999).
52 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 72nd Oscar Extravaganza (2000).
56 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 73rd Oscar Extravaganza (2001).
54 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 74th Oscar Extravaganza (2002).
49 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 75th Oscar Extravaganza (2003).
51 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 76th Oscar Extravaganza (2004).
49 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 77th Oscar Extravaganza (2005).
52 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 78th Oscar Extravaganza (2006).
51 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 79th Oscar Extravaganza (2007).
56 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 80th Oscar Extravaganza (2008).
55 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 81st Oscar Extravaganza (2009).
44 films - static accolade
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Josh the cat's 82nd Oscar Extravaganza (2010).
58 films - static accolade
Review all the films listed here at FWFR that were nominated for the 82nd Oscar celebrations.

Josh the catís Added extra - Accolade deleted, it seems pointless when you can add so many films and not have to review them at the same time.

Josh the cat's All aBORG
Review the films of the beauty that is Seven of Nine or as we earthlings call her Jeri Ryan

Josh the cat's Angels & Demons updated to please the babe baftababe!
Guess what all the films have either angels or demons in the title.

Josh the catís Army, Navy & Air Force
Celebrating the power of the Armed forces review all the films with any of these listed : Army, Navy, AirForce.

Josh the catís B&W warlords
Watch these films and you surely have watched some of the best B&W war epics ever made!!

Josh the catís Birth year
Review all the films from the year I was born, there are some absolute classic and some absolute dross. Best of luck

Josh the catís Breakfast Club
Review all the films of the actors of the classic 'The Breakfast Club', and if you want have a bit of marmalade with it!

Josh the catís Can you ĎCaineí it?
Review all the films made by the formidable talent that is, Sir Michael Caine! So come on and blow the bloody reviews in!

Josh the catís Channel 4 top 50 films
The 50 films you should see before you die, as listed by Channel 4 (UK). Summer 2006.

Josh the cat's Death or glory
Review the films of death or glory here at FWFR.

Josh the catís family ties
All of the films have one of these: mum, mother, dad, father, pop, son, daughter, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, grandpa, grandma in the title. Review all the films that have some sort of family relationship in the title.

Josh the catís fav movies
Following on from a pile of other FWFRers I have decided to make an accolade about my favourite as Shoon calls them 'wastes of time'. I will add more to this when I think a little harder about this but here is an opening list. Cheers for caring, remember when you smile the world smiles with you. Josh the cat

Josh the catís films that make me die
Review this motley collection of films I detest. Some I have paid to watch and fallen asleep in, some I have walked out of the cinema for and some I have switched off to save my sole! You don't have to agree with me but review them anyway!!! I will add to this over time.

Josh the catís films to be Fonda!
Review all the films that have a Fonda in. The accolade kings will be Fonda this accolade I'm sure. Personally I'm kinda Fonda Henry Fonda from 12 angry men. You should try and review all these films and if you can get a Fonda pun in that'll be great!

Josh the catís Fluffy, Ugly and Vicious
A collection of the Fluffy ugly and down right vicious that have appeared in films. Not all are great or even good films but review them all to achieve the reward.

Josh the catís FWFRís 10 most accoladed
10 films - static accolade
These are the 10 films that are included in the most accolades on FWFR. List thanks to Benj and is correct as of 27/04/06.

Josh the catís FWFRís 10 most reviewed
10 films - static accolade
Review the most reviewed films on FWFR, it's getting harder to do with most of them!! List supplied by Benj, and correct as of 27/04/06.

Josh the catís Gang Bang Central
Review all these films that have gang or bang in the title.

Josh the catís Hard as metal
Review all the movies that have a metal in the title. There are some crazy names for metal so some of these may look a bit wierd.

Josh the cat's Hobbits' tale
Review all the films that the hobbits from the lord of the rings have starred in.

Josh the catís Holiday 2006: Devon
8 films - static accolade
Review all the films that I watched on my holiday in Devon. The weather was blooming hot. The films are a mixture of great and dross, enjoy!

Josh the catís Holiday 2007: Australia
8 films - static accolade
Review all the films I watched on my big trip to Dubai and Australia. I did enjoy the holiday I got to meet thefoxboy & Conan. I also found out that there is no central heating in Australia and it was winter, Burrr!!

Josh the cat's Humble homes
In these film titles are some of the places that I have lived in the world. Some where for a few mnonths some where for a few years, but I lived in all these places. This list is not comprehensive as some of the places I have lived rather inconvieniently don't have films!

Josh the catís I met Terry Rawlings
Review all the films that Mr Rawlings has worked on. When I had the pleasure to meet him (at BaftaBabes house) he was extremely pleasant and very giving of his time and experiences. A real nice guy!

Josh the cat's KISS Bassist Gene Simmons.
Review all the films that have the KISS bassist, Gene Simmons, in them or associated with them.

Josh the cat's KISS Drummer Peter Criss.
Review all the films that have the KISS drummer, Peter Criss, in them or associated with them.

Josh the cat's KISS Guitarist Ace Frehley.
Review all the films that have the KISS guitarist, Ace Frehley, in them or associated with them.

Josh the cat's KISS Guitarist Paul Stanley.
Review all the films that have the KISS guitarist, Paul Stanley, in them or associated with them.

Josh the cat's KISS Kollection.
Review all the films involving the members of KISS.

Josh the catís Lost accolade
Review all the films that the cast of the fantastic TV epic LOST have appeared in

Josh the catís Men Women & Children
Review all the films with Men Women and Children in the title. DocuMENtary does not count where as Superman does.

Josh the catís Mixed emotions
No matter how your feeling get off your arse and review these films :)

Josh the catís Movie cars
Review all these movies where the car is the star

Josh the cat's Movies "Bronze"
All the movies I have rated 4/5.

Josh the cat's Movies "Silver"
All the movies I have rated 5/5.

Josh the cat's Movies "Gold"
All the movies I have rated 6/5.

Josh the catís Nothing to Crowe about
Reveiw all the films of bullyboy actor Russell Crowe, now be careful there is some real crud in there!

Josh the catís Points of the compass
Review all the films that have the points of the compass in the title. North, East, South, West. Best of luck

Josh the catís Prison Break out
Review some of the great break out movies

Josh the cat's Ranking accolade
Review all the films that have a reference in them to the curren t rankings here at FWFR

Josh the catís Ruling the roost
Review all these films that have a measure of control in the title. Think law, protocol, command etc.

Josh the cat's Sex and the city
Review the films from the sex and the city girls

Josh the catís Schoolís out
This accolade is under creation but is based around education establishments!

Josh the catís Stallone story
Review all the films of the muscle bound hulk that is Sly

Josh the catís Sun & Moon
Review all the films with either the sun or moon in the title

Josh the catís The Good, the Bad & the Travolting.
You know him as Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever and Danny Zuko in Grease. They've not all been classics, review all the films good, bad and travolting that the Trav' has strutted his stuff in!

Josh the catís Tim Robbins Excellence award
Review all the films with the great Tim Robbins in, he surely is one of the best actors of all time. More films will be added as Benj adds them to FWFR.

Josh the catís Titled accolade
Review all of these films that have a Title somewhere in the title.

Josh the catís Tweed Tribute
Review all the films of the late great Richard Harris. He truly was a great of the silver screen.

Josh the catís Wet not Damp award
Swim with me in some of my favourite water films and water world! I will add to this as time passes! Josh the cat

Josh the catís Yesterday Today & Tomorrow
Review all the films with any of the 3 key words listed above.

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lemmycaution 
"Long mired in film"

Canada

Posted - 25/10/2006 :  19:15:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You can learn a lot about a person from his/her accolades.

Where only one achiever is noted, it is I.

"A" tough novel to film
7 achievers
Hawthorne's classic tale has proven tough to film well. Earn your letter by reviewing the four most significant versions, the best, ironically by a German.

Don't let the posy fool you.
2
Wu-Hu! Let's celebrate the career of the fussy, excitable, flamboyant foil Franklin Pangborn!

A Century of Automobiles
3
Steer towards this set of films in which cars play a signifcant role. There's an ambulance thrown in and a classic example of a silent film car chase. There's a review for a film from each decade of the 20th century.

A Century of Laughs
3
Ten comedies, one from each decade of the 20th century.

A Century of Flight.
3
Review ten films one from each decade of the 20th Century. Common theme? Airplanes.


A Century of Gangsters
2
Gangs, The Mob, large and small--ten films, one from each decade of the 20th century.

A Century of Screams.
4
Ten scary titles from each of the decades of the 20th century.

A Century of Westerns.
4
Ten westerns, one from each decade of the 20th century.


A Century of Wonder.
7
Films of fantasy and wonder, one from each decade of the 20th century.

A Century
of Horses

2
Ten films spanning the 20th Century. Not a spavined nag to be found.

A Century of Sex
2
No porn here, just one film from each decade of the 20th century reflecting the then current attitude towards sex.

Alpha Soixante Award
3

Work your way through this varied collection of the films of Jean-Luc (love him or hate him) Godard. Bonne chance!

Anger Management
4

Review these four films directed by "Hollywood Babylon" author Kenneth Anger

Anklet for Walter Neff
4

Ten diverse films from Fred MacMurray, one of Hollywood's most versatile actors. "How could I have known that murder could sometimes smell like honeysuckle."

Antoine Doinel Award
4

Review this selection of films from the director who was the heart of the New Wave, FranÁois Truffaut.

BB
1

Here's to Brigitte Bardot, the woman who got a lot of people interested in European films.
1

Bing & Bob's Excellent Adventures
5

You're in the groove Jackson if you travel all of Bing and Bob's Roads

Blatty's Batty Beelzebub
9

Review the Blatty bunch, some scary, some not.

Cavalry Trilogy
9

Review the films that comprise John Ford's iconic 'Cavalry Trilogy'.

CinemaScope
10

Review these first three 20th Century Fox CinemaScope films that blew the socks off a certain 8-year old when seen in 1953.

Dangerous Liaisons
5

Review five disparate films based on the book by Choderlos de Laclos about a naughty pair bent on deflowering a sweet young thing.

Delectable Dietrich Dozen
4

A unique 'bio film' and 11 features spanning 28 years, all starring Marlene Dietrich.


Deneuve
3

A Catherine by any other name....


Garbo
5

She was called Divine. Review these films of Greta Garbo who was a phenomenally popular star in both the silent era and in "talkies".

Heeeeeere's McMahon.
2

Review these films by innovative Canadian documentary maker Kevin McMahon.


Heyyyyy Abbott!
1

Review this sampling of films featuring a couple of burlesque comics who made it big, Abbott & Costello.

Hollywood Humanitarian--Jean Hersholt
2

http://www.fwfr.com/search.asp?accid=3820]Hop on Board-- All about trains[/url]
1

I see Charlotte Rampling
1

Review this selection of films with Charlotte Rampling, spanning five decades.

Jerry Lewis, Enigma.
2

review these diverse films with Jerry Lewis, some with Dean, some of his own and some in which he is featured. Regardless of what you think of him, he has had an incredible career

lemmycaution's 45s
3

review these films from 1945, the year of my birth

Little surfer girl
8

Grab your board, hop in your woody and review the Gidget features. Surf's up!

http://www.fwfr.com/search.asp?accid=4055']Mary Astor--Bloomin' lovely[/url]
2

Maugham's the Word
3

W. Somerset Maugham made a fistful of dollars from movie rights to his books. Here are a bunch of films adapted from just three of his works.

http://www.fwfr.com/search.asp?accid=4297"Miss Jean Arthur[/url]
1

Oscar Sings
7

Otis Criblecoblis award
2

Positive Waves--A Donald Sutherland Sampler
2

Review this selection of films of the man described by Gene Fowler as "the most authentic humorist since Mark Twain,...the greatest heart that has beaten since the middle ages"---W. C. Fields.

Put your lips together and blow
1

If you feel at a dead end, fill your desperate hours by reviewing these films of Humphrey Bogart, both classic and obscure.

Ray of hope
8
Review the three films in Satyajit Ray's sublime 'Apu Trilogy'

Rudolph Valentino
1

Sexy Nurses? Roger That!
1

Short Subjects
3

Ten films with only one thing in common--they are not features.

Special K
4

Silent Comedy Sampler
Feast your eyes on this dozen films in which everyone's favourite Heavenly Creature appears.

Swede misery
3

Review this selection of films directed by Sweden's dark master Ingmar Bergman.

The manufacturer--James Coburn
2

The Ultimate Fall Guy--Elisha Cook, Jr.
2

Tibbs Threesome
3

Toronto: The Good, The Bad and the Other
1

No open-ended accolades here.


These are not for completists.

Most are pretty easily attainable. Latest addition (March 21/2011)--A Century of Automobiles.

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randall 
"I like to watch."

NYC, USA

Posted - 25/10/2006 :  21:31:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
1000 Faces, 4 Words

A Fey Elizabethan

A Garland For The Lady

A Posey For The Gents!

A Vera Fine Actress

Brewsterrific

Clooney's Century

Come Fly A Kight

Cormania!

Downwind Of The Perfect Taco

Fahrenheit fwfr

FSLC Preview Screenings

Hang On To Your Wiigs And Keys

Hip Hip HooRaymonde!

Hotsy Qatsi

I Am Ironside Man

Pal Zoe

Poehl Vault

randall's college pals who became film actors!

randall At NYFF

randall At Sundance

randall's All-Time Top Ten

randall's Sleepytime Pleasures

Solid Carpentry

Submitted For Your Perusal

The Great And Beautiful O

Wild In The Streets & Sheets

Woh: Yeoh!


Have fun!

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ChocolateLady 
"500 Chocolate Delights"

Israel

Posted - 25/10/2006 :  22:36:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here is my list of the accolades I've made. I wonder what it says about me, as a person? I haven't achieved all of them myself, but I'm working on it!

All That Rex and Much More
Eric Garcia is actually a nice Jewish boy, writing some very creative stuff. So far, three of his stories have been made into movies (Okay, so the Rex one was a TV movie that might have spurrned a TV series, but still...). Let's keep a close eye out for him, because his stuff is never going to be boring. (And personally, I'm hoping they'll make a movie out of his "Cassandra French's Finishing School for Boys".)

An Animated Bird-y directed me
Director Brad Bird won an Oscar for "The Incredibles" and may be up for another for "Ratatouille". Review his animated films just because these films are incredibly delicious!

As You Wish, Buttercup!
Robin Wright Penn got her big break playing Buttercup in "The Princess Bride" which was only her 2nd movie credit. Not bad, that. She's both talented and beautiful, so no wonder so many people love her. If you do, repeat after me: "As You Wish!"

Australian Idol Award
On Tuesday, January 22, 2008 the world lost another talented actor to a tragic death. Oscar nominated Heath Ledger was found dead in his home. Please honour his memory by reviewing all of his films. He will be sorely missed!

Best of Israel's Films
Although it is one of the smallest countries in the world, it has contributed no small amount of excellent films to the industry - and some of them are truly excellent pieces of work. Here are the ones I think are the best. (And no, I haven't included any of the original Lemon Popsicle films nor their American remakes - BLECH!)

Big Five
These films have won Oscars in all of the top five categories - Best Picture, Directing, Actor, Actress and Writing. Should be an easy accolade to get, but it's not an easy cinematic achievement!

BIG SCREEN to small screen
While Hollywood has found fascination in TV series and turning them into movies, the television industry has also stolen film ideas to make into TV series. Review these films that later became TV series. (And that trophy, is a picture of a big screen TV and a tiny MP4 player!)

Bogart & Bacall
On screen and off this was a hot combination. Review all the films they did together (no documentaries or archive footage films).

Boy Meets Girl
Sam and Bella Spewack wrote some truly lovely scripts for movies. This lovely couple made an art of comedy and love on screen. One might even say that they were the forerunners of today's romantic comedy movies. Review their movies while having a giggle and a cuddle with your best girl or guy!

Can't Get Any Wilder than this Billy!
Billy Wilder, writer, director, and even actor, with 6 Oscars and tens of nominations and wins, was a true legend. Review all the films where he was listed as writer and/or director in this Wilder ride of an accolade.

Chipping In
Such a wonderful story, too bad they had to remake it with Peter O'Toole, but the Clunes remake isn't too horrid. Review all these versions of "Goodbye, Mr. Chips".

Cinderella and her stories
While there are many films with the name "Cinderella" in their title, here's an accolade that includes only movies that are from the 'original' story we all know and love from the 1950 Disney film. I've added a few slightly different ones, but no porn!

Comic Strip Musicals
While many comic strips have been turned into feature length movies - both animated and live action - there are only a few which have been made into musicals as well. This is my tribute to those comic strips that not only were considered movie worthy, but were also made easy to dance to!

Everybody Loves Chocolate
Well, don't they?

Get the Ponte?
Lorenzo da Ponte wrote librettos for three of Mozart's greatest operas - Cosi Fan Tutte, The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni. Here are some of the best film versions of these operas.

Happy Heteros
Remember when the word "Gay" meant to be happy, merry and glad? These golden oldie films do! Review these films with the word "Gay" in the title where homosexuality isn't involved!

Holding a Torch(wood) for John Barrowman
Okay, I know he's gay (and taken), but damn is he ever HOT! While he has made more of a splash on the little screen than on the big one, here are all his movies for you to review.

I want my Maugham-y!
William Somerset Maugham was a popular writer in the early part of the 20th Century, and as a result, many of his works have been adapted to the screen. Review these movies and you'll never be begging to see your (William Somerset) Maugham-y again!

Kissed by Kate
By far, my favourite actress of all times. As beautiful as she was talented, she was a screen legend. Review all of her movies as a true tribute to her talent (not to mention her class, style and love of chocolate!).

LeGreenshu Award
Stanley R. Greenberg. They called him the father of the "theater of fact" docudrama genre, but I just called him "Uncle Stan". He was a close friend of my father and I still have copies of the comedy musicals they wrote together for Anshe Emet Synagogue in Chicago when they were young. Back then, they called themselves "Stanster LeGreenshu from Royberg" - If you pull out Stanley Greenberg from that name, you'll find my father's - Leroy Shuster. Perhaps they're writing together again in Heaven! Let's honour Stan's memory by reviewing the movies he wrote or adapted.

Martini: Stirred, not shaken!
Review all these James Bond comic imitations and spoofs. If you know of others, please let me know.

Parfumerie
Miklos Laszlo wrote a little play. That play became the movie "Shop Around the Corner". The play was made into a staged musical, called "She Loves Me" which was also made into a movie by the same name. Hollywood made their own musical of the play and called it "In the Good Old Summertime". Lastly, this story was updated to the electronic age and made in to the film "You've Got Mail". Now, I wouldn't say that this qualifies as an obsession, but certainly these varied versions deserve an accolade of their own.

Paper, Rock, Scissors
What a great game that is to help us decide hard decisions. Well, I made a decision to make this accolade, including many (but not all) films that have include the words Paper, Rock or Scissors in the title. If you can't decide if you want to work on this one, why not try playing the game with someone? No best two out of three, now!

Real People Musicals
All of these musicals have but one thing in common - they're based on the lives (or stories) of real people (including Biblical ones, yes, but I believe they both lived). Quite an interesting collection, don't you think? Review them all and win my admiration!

NEW *added July 5, 2008*
Red Hot Damian!
Oh, but I do find Damian Lewis to be so hot - not just physically, but his skill as an actor is quickly becoming a thing of envy across the globe. In drama and comedy he's equally comfortable, as he is with any accent you can imagine. Yes, with those sharp blue eyes and fire-engine red hair, he's a real hot one, our Damian. Let's review all his films, shall we? (And too bad there isn't a FWTVR so we can review his hit TV series "Life" as well.)

Simon Says...
Neil Simon is one of world's the greatest writers. He's won Oscars, Tonys, a Mark Twain award and even a Pulitzer. He's adapted his plays for the screen as well as written original screenplays. That's why Simon says you should review all his movies!

The BAFTA Award
As a tribute to our own BaftaBabe, here's an accolade with all the films that include "babe" in the title. Review them all and see what a beautiful trophy you'll get!

The Firth Accolade
Objective: The man with the brooding good looks, Colin Firth wowed us with that swimming scene in "Pride & Prejudice", which inspired Helen Fielding's book "Bridget Jones's Diary", and then cast him as Mark Darcy in the movie! He's done comedy, drama and even some action parts (as well as playing a gay guy a couple of times). This accolade is a tribute to him - but hands off ladies (and gents), apparently Livia Giuggioli got hold of him FIRTH!

Thoroughly Marvelous Mili
Mili Avital is one of two successful Hollywood actresses born in Jerusalem, Israel - the city I live in. But unlike her compatriot, Natalie Portman, she actually grew up and lived much of her life in Israel. I think that deserves an award (or perhaps she only deserves an award for not marrying David Schwimmer)!

Toyland Stories
Four films, with the same name, each one slightly different than the next. I've seen them all.

Tracy-Hepburn - A Perfect Union
It always amazes me that Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn only made nine films together. This loving couple, while never able to marry, seemed content to just be with each other. Perhaps since Kate's passing away on June 29, 2003, they're together again somewhere. This accolade is to honour the memory of this very memorable duo!

UB313
Once again, the same story has spurned more than one Hollywood movie. Review all three of them and consider yourself to be stellar!

Yippie-Yi-Yay, Ha-Ha!
Westerns can be bloody and dramatic, but there are many Westerns that decided not to take themselves seriously, because they're comedies! Review these Western Comedies as you laugh around the campfire, or giggle at a round-up.

So there you have it.

(And I hope you appreciate my pretty trophies, as well.)

Edited by - ChocolateLady on 05/07/2008 12:27:36
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TitanPa 
"Up your nose..."

United States

Posted - 27/10/2006 :  16:32:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have a long list. Ill try to get it in here sometime.
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MM0rkeleb 
"Better than HBO."

Palo Alto, CA

Posted - 27/10/2006 :  18:58:00  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Legend:
Accolades which are fixed are in blue.
Accolades which can change, but not likely drastically are green.
Accolades which can change at any time (or are under construction) are red.
Number of acheivers includes myself, since I don't have all of them yet.

AFI's 10 More Years, 23 Additions
10 years ago the AFI released their list of the 100 'best' American films of all time, and now they've done it again. Here are the films that are now making their debut on the list.
Films: 23
Achievers: 4

AFI's 10 More Years, 23 Deletions
10 years ago the AFI released their list of the 100 'best' American films of all time, and now they've done it again. Here are the films that have dropped off the list.
Films: 23
Achievers: 2

Argento Lover
Ah, the films of Dario Argento, famed (in some circles, anyway) giallo director. Sometimes good, sometimes bad, but never boring. Review them all and the prize is yours.
Films: 17
Achievers: 1

Canon of the Canonized
Review this selection of movies about the lives of Catholic saints (1 film per saint only).
Films: 6
Achievers: 2

Capra: the Biochemist-Turned-Filmmaker
Review the films of Frank Capra, by far the most famous filmmaker to graduate from my alma mater, Caltech.
Films: 22
Achievers: 1

Extra Pounds
A sampling of films featuring an actor who famously gained and/or lost a significant amount of weight for their role.
Films: 9
Achievers: 11

First Impressions
The first film you see by a certain director can be very important - it sets the tone for your relationship with their work. Each film in this accolade is the first film I saw by some respected director. If a director doesn't appear, it could be beacuse I haven't seen one of their films yet, or just don't remember which I saw first.
Films: 75
Achievers: 0

Hidden Gems
These are the films that I adore that somehow slipped through the cracks. They didn't make box office noise when they came out, weren't critical darlings, and (so far as I know) haven't even attracted any cult followings. Do yourself a favor and give them a chance.
Films: 14
Achievers: 2

Kon Artist
Excuse me, who are you? I'm Satoshi Kon, master of the anime film. Review my works.
Films: 4
Achievers: 1

Life of a Saylesman
John Sayles is a hard man to pin down. He writes for hire, but his directorial works are always personal, always unpredictable.
Films: 15
Achievers: 1

M0rkeleb's Date Movies
The movies I've seen at the theater with my beloved. Be warned, though: not all are typical date movies. But that's to be expected from someone whose parents went to 'A Clockwork Orange' for _their_ first date ...
Films: 27
Achievers: 1

M0rkeleb's Top 100
Pretty simple theme here ... review my top 100 films (as of when I joined fwfr).
Films: 100
Achievers: 1

M0rkeleb's ZZZZZYYYYYXXXXX Prize
From FYCTH 211 through FYCTH 237, I FYC'ed reviews from five different films for each letter of the alphabet, from Z to A. Review all 130 films used, and the prize is yours.
Films: 130
Achievers: 2

Mathematics at the Movies
A sampling of films that feature math and/or at least one mathematician.
Films: 10
Achivers: 6

Not Again
Here's an interesting list from the Onion AV club: as they put it, '24 great films too painful to watch twice.'
Films: 24
Achievers: 1

Not Mathematics at the Movies
A companion piece to my Mathematics at the Movies accolade, here are ten movies that have nothing to do with math despite having math terms in their titles (some more arcane than others - I would be deeply surprised if anyone other than me on this site knows what a witness is, mathematically).
Films: 10
Achivers: 4

Once More, with Feeling!
An accolade for second-guessers everywhere. Each of these films is a remake helmed by the director of the original.
Films: 10
Achievers: 1

One Hit Wonders
Some directors seem to have just enough talent to make a single terrific film before either fading away, or losing the opportunity to ever make another one. Review these films, each of whose director will be remembered almost entirely for only the film of theirs on this list.
Films: 10
Achievers: 2

Paved With Good Intentions
In 2000, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck decided to create a contest to give aspiring writer/directors the chance they themselves were given in 1997 with 'Good Will Hunting.' They called it Project Greenlight, and proceded to louse it up in every way possible - choosing sappy made-for-TV ready scripts, emphasizing visual flash over visual storytelling in their choice of directors, demanding a studio mindset on an indie budget, and letting the reality TV show trump the filmmaking. The actual films that resulted are pretty much afterthoughts. Review them, if you can work up the enthusiasm.
Films: 3
Achievers: 3

Peter Greenaway's 92 Films
Peter Greenaway is one odd duck. On his website he has 92 lists with 92 items apiece. One list contains 92 films, one from each year 1901 to 1992. No explanation of the list is given, and although one would assume they are meant to be his favorite films from each year, there's no indication that he's even seen all of them. Who knows, maybe it's all just one piece of a big puzzle? To obfuscate things further, I have omitted seven films for inscrutable reasons of my own.
Films: 85
Achievers: 1

Six Adaptable Authors
Like many who want to write screenplays, whenever I read a book, I think about how it would do as a film. Especially when I read a book by Stephen King, Dean R. Koontz, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Vladimir Nabokov, Martin Amis, or V. C. Andrews. Unfortunately, most of the adaptations from their works thus far have been less than spectacular. Oh well, review them anyway! Note: As of July 2007, in order to make things more convenient, I decided to only include adaptations of novels.
Films: 44
Achievers: 2

Synchronicity
There's this weird thing that happens sometimes. Two unrelated productions that nevertheless cover very similar material are released within a year of each other. Take a look at these matched pairs (or quatrains) while you wonder "Which 2006 movie about turn-of-the-century stage magicians do I prefer?"
Films: 42
Achievers: 2

Ten Not-So-Short Films About Killing Yourself
Review this selection of films that in some way involve suicide, either successful or attempted. Just don't get any ideas.
Films: 10
Achievers: 4

These Movies Made Me Cry
Thename of this one is pretty self-explanatory.
Films: 4
Achievers: 5

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 1
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's the top 100.
Films: 100
Achievers: 1

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 2
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 101-200. Kieslowski's 'Dekalog' and Fassbinder's 'Berlin Alexanderplatz' not included because they were TV miniseries.
Films: 98
Achievers: 0

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 3
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 201-300.
Films: 100
Achievers: 1

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 4
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 301-400.
Films: 100
Achievers: 0

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 5
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 401-500. Riefenstahl's 'Olympia' not included because it does not exist on IMDB as a single film.
Films: 99
Achievers: 0

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 6
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 501-600.
Films: 100
Achievers: 0

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 7
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 601-700. Godard's 'Histories du Cinema' not included because it does not exist on IMDB as a single film. Reitz's 'Heimat' not included because it was a TV miniseries.
Films: 98
Achievers: 0

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 8
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 701-800. Brakhage's 'Scenes From Under Childhood' not included because it does not exist on IMDB as a single film.
Films: 99
Achievers: 0

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 9
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 801-900.
Films: 100
Achievers: 0

They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? Part 10
There are lists of the best movies ever, and then there's the list compiled by www.theyshootpictures.com. Hundreds of other lists combine to form the 1,000 top films of all time. Split into 10 accolades for your convenience, here's 901-1000. Brakhage's 'Dog Star Man' not included because it does not exist on IMDB as a single film.
Films: 99
Achievers: 0

Triskaidekaphobia
What is triskaidekaphobia? If you have it, you shouldn't complete this accolade, because it's a fear of ... I think you can figure it out.
Films: 13
Achievers: 1

Turnaround
The last couple of weeks I've been captivated by Milos Forman's wonderful 1994 autobiography 'Turnaround.' These are the films Forman talks about directing in this book.
Films: 9
Achievers: 1

Weirdirector
Peter Weir is perhaps my favorite of all directors. Few can match his talent for taking unassuming, generic situations and infusing them with a subtle visual poetry. Though not always successful, all his films are worth seeing, and reviewing.
Films: 13
Achievers: 3


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Gentleman Ghost 
"Brevity: soul of wit."

USA

Posted - 27/10/2006 :  21:49:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have made 33 Accolades as of February 28, 2011:

A Tale of Two Winters
2 films. Static. Review both film versions of "The Winter's Tale". Multiple achievers.

Addicted to Accolades
13 films. Review all the films that have the word "addict" in the title. No achievers.

Amin Guy
7 films. Review all the films about or in some way featuring Idi Amin Dada, former dictator of Uganda. Achiever: Randall

Back to the Future of Porn Prophylactic Trophy
4 films. Static. Review all four films whose titles spoof "Back to the Future". Multiple achievers.

Black & White
11 film. Review all the films which contain both the words "black" and "white" in the film title. Achiever: Randall

Everything You Know is Wrong
44 films. Review all the films which have at least one member of the Firesign Theatre in their cast. Achiever: Randall

Film Theory & Criticism
10 films. Review all the films that have the word "theory" in the title. Achievers: Lemmycaution, Randall, me

Get a Clue!
New! 13 films. Review all the films with the word 'clue' in the title.

Have a Guinness
489 films. Review all of the films which feature a performance by Alec Guinness. No achievers yet. No achievers yet.

Husbands and Wives
New! 115 films. Review all the films with the words 'husband' or 'wife' in the title.

I Spied
4 films. Review "I Spy" plus the three movies featuring both original cast members of the TV show. Multiple achievers.

If...
17 films. Review all the films whose title begins with the word "if". Achiever: BaftaBabe

It's a Conspiracy
19 films. Review all the films with the word "conspiracy" in the title. No achievers currently.

Love Songs
6 films. What is love? Achiever: Randall

Love Is...
8 films. You'd think that people would have had enough of silly love songs... Achiever: Randall

Lovey Dovey
3 films. Review all three films that have the word "dove" in the title. Aussie Canuck, thefoxboy, Randall, and I are the only achievers thus far.

Once Upon an Accoloade
27 films. Review all the films whose title contains the phrase "once upon". No achievers yet.

Pizza Delivery
10 films. Review all the films which have the word "pizza" in the title. Thefoxboy and Randall are the first to complete this Accolade. Currently, it has been achieved by Randall and BaftaBabe.

Plans #1-69 from Outer Space
5 films. Review all of the "Plan n from Outer Space" movies. Randall achieved this before I even created the Accolade. AC and I have completed it, too.

Really Endless Summer
New!122 films. Summer is the most popular movie month. Review all the films with "Summer" in the title.

Scandalous!
New! 14 films. Review all of the films with the word 'scandal' in the title.

Seven of Borgnine
7 films. Static. Review seven films I have selected from Ernest Borgnine's filmography. How can you resist having this smiling face in your trophy cabinet? Randall was the first to complete this Accolade. Lemmycaution, AC, and Josh the cat joined him.

Smurfy
4 films. Review all four films featuring the Smurfs. Multiple achievers.

The Alan Moore Seal of Non-Approval
5 films. Static. My first accolade! Review all five films based on comic books written by Alan Moore. Multiple achievers.

The Day the Music Died
2 films. Static. Review "The Buddy Holly Story" and "La Bamba". Multiple achievers.

The Douglas Sirk Steak
19 films. Review all the films directed by Douglas Sirk. No achievers yet.

The Greater Alan Moore Seal of Non-Approval
7 films. Static. Review seven films: everything in the (lesser) Alan Moore accolade, plus the "Swamp Thing" movies. (Moore is strongly associated with the "Swamp Thing" comic book, but the first movie predates his work on the title.) Multiple achievers.

The Man Who Laughs
10 films. Review all the films featuring Batman's arch-enemy the Joker. Plus, review the titular Conrad Veidt film which inspired the character. Current achievers: AC and Randall.

The Rise and Fall
16 films. Review all the films whose titles incorporate the phrase "rise and fall". Currently no achievers.

The Summer of My Funky Drummer
44 films. Review all the films which have the words "drum" or "drummer" in the title. Aussie Canuck had previously completed this accolade, but no one currently has done so.

There You Go Again
New! 105 films. Review these films featuring a performance by or footage of Ronald Reagan.

To Boldly Go... Elsewhere
80 films. Review all the non-"Star Trek" films which feature cast members from the original "Star Trek" TV show. No achievers yet.

Zoinks! Frank Welker's in Everything!
Nearly impossible. Review all the films (155 and counting!) which featuring the voice talent (and occasionally the physical presence) of Frank Welker. Welker is best known for his work on "Scooby-Doo", but it seems like he's worked on just about every cartoon from the 1960s onward. Congratulations to Randall for getting this one!







Note: If an accolade won't update automatically, I have marked it as "static". The others will change if a film matching their criteria is added.

Edited by - Gentleman Ghost on 01/03/2011 04:57:26
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randall 
"I like to watch."

NYC, USA

Posted - 27/10/2006 :  22:42:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Gentleman Ghost

I have made 17 Accolades thus far:

Everything You Know is Wrong
Difficult. Review all the films which have at least one member of the Firesign Theatre in their cast. This one is a moving target. It started at 36 films, but it is growing. This is partially because I've been adding films to the database and partially because Phil Proctor does so much voiceover work. Some people completed it before the recent additions, but I don't remember who.




You kidding? It's me, bucko -- and I have my sights set on any Firesign challenge you ever may bring, [UH-CLEM].

P.S.: Never say "nearly impossible" around me...

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BaftaBaby 
"Always entranced by cinema."

Posted - 28/10/2006 :  09:03:16  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
10 June 2007: date of my 100th accolade!
18 July 2007: date of my 125th accolade!
18 August 2007: date of my 150th accolade!
20 February 2008: date of my 200th accolade!
6 June 2008: date of my 225th accolade!
6 June 2009: date of my 250th accolade!
16 Dec 2011: date of my 504th accolade!

BE SURE TO LET ME KNOW ...
when you've completed one of these accolades. Because in addition to
these adorable trophies for your collection, I award a vote bonus!



#*%$#@!!
23 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Cursing is as old as language and some film titles have no inhibitions whatsoever. Here are a few. Have yourself a #*%$#@!! ball!

Ĺ as Good
15 films, 3 achievers
Objective: Just a few films to review, each containing the word 'half' or number Ĺ in their title. G'wan - how many of your halfs make a whole?! For his help - thanks to demonic!

100 Years Ago
10 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Many films were made in 1907 which have since been remade. But only a handful of the remakes carry resonance today. Here are the 100 year old originals for your consideration.

42: The Answer to Life, The Universe, and Everything
26 films, 2 achiever
Objective: To get through my selected alphabet of feature films released in 1942 - one film per letter.

6 animals: 2 fly, 3 swim, 3 walk, 3 lactate
6 films, 8 achievers
Objective: Review these 6 to create a mini-zoo.

About Face
42 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Faces of all kinds feature strongly in the plots of these films. Can you face them?

A Bunch of Roses
21 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Pluck these roses for a lovely long-stemmed reward. Watch out for the thorns!

Accolade One Won
85 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Can you count to one? Can you win the one trophy?

Accolade Over Troubled Waters
16 films, 0 achievers
Objective: He spritzed up Hairspray! He painted the town Flamingo Pink! He trashed the entire Mondo! Let's big it up for the outrageous wit of Baltimore's own John Waters.

Add S
28 films, 0 achievers
Objective: How come the word plural is singular? Here are some singular film titles whose plurals produce entirely different movies. Collect 'em all for the Singular Plural award. Many FWFRers helped with this accolade and I'm grateful to each and every one of them :)

Adorabot
9 films, 1 achiever
Objective: We've been told for decades that robots would be part of our lives and the movies have always represented them as vaguely humanoid machines with personalities. Some have been horrid and dangerous, but this accolade is devoted to the films that offer us the adorable side of robotics.

A Guy Called Alice
6 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Alice Guy was not only the first woman director, she also ran a film studio. She wrote and directed many hundreds of shorts and features. Help celebrate this remarkable filmmaker.

A Little Tug
9 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Small but perfectly useful, the tugboat guides the big ships into and out of the harbor. It never gets to sail the seven seas, so let's give it an accolade of its very own.

All-Day Diner
33 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Full tummies guaranteed with this accolade serving meals all day long. Eat up!

All Pigs But Porky
18 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Porky the Pig deserves an accolade all his own. Who knows - I just may get around to it one day. Meanwhile, here's a styful of those gorgeous, smart, affectionate animals featured on the silver screen. If only they weren't so delicious ...

All The News That Fits!
32 films, 1 achievers
Objective: This acc celebrates the newspaper and the journalists who report the news.

Alp Yourself
12 films, 0 achievers
Objective: The Swiss Alps are truly glorious: sculpted peaks, turquoise tarns. Here are a few films that try to capture their majesty.

An Accolade is Born
18 films, 2 achievers
Objective: Feature films with the word 'Born' in the title qualify you to come out of the womb. No docos or shorts.

And The BAFTA Goes To ...
78 films, 0 achievers
Objective: These films have all won Best Picture BAFTAs since the awards began in 1946. Can you win your very own BAFTA Award?
[ NB: The reason there are more films than years is that up to 1968 the Academy presented two 'best picture' awards - one for Best British Film, the other for Best Film From Any Source. However, from 2007 I've included both categories. Also, in 1995 there was a tie.]

Appealing to your Palette
60 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Films about, or based on, the lives of real life painters and sculptors. I'm indebted to duh for starting this arty acc and gifting it to me!

Apple for the Teacher
47 films, 0 achievers
Objective: In honour of the profession of our very own Josh the Cat, here's an accolade that celebrates teachers. They come in all genres, so get studying!

Arise Sir Knight
23 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Perpetuating the class system, or maintaining a colourful tradition, the act of doling out knighthoods is alive & well. These films won't all win a title, but they'll get you my accolade!

At Last!
13 films, 0 achievers
Objective: You don't see many old-fashioned shoemakers or cobblers anymore, sitting at their last, using awls and other tools of the trade to make a pair of shoes by hand. Cobblers and/or shoes play a central role in the films of this accolade. Will the shoe fit? Or will you say cobblers! to the lot?!

Author, Author!
39 films, 0 achievers
Objective: This accolade spotlights feature films about novelists. Whether you prefer hardbacks or paper ... get writing!

Baby Huey
9 films, 1 achiever
Objective: I love Baby Huey, a big stwong comic duck in diapers. He was voiced by the late great Sid Raymond. Here's a tribute.

Bach or Orbach
26 films, 0 achievers
Objective: In honour of wildhartlivie, a big fan of Jerry's, here's a tribute to him and his charm and talent. We miss you, Jerry!!

Beep-Beep
22 films, 3 achievers
Objective: Get in the driving seat and review these features featuring cars!

Be My Valentine
7 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Sometimes the course of true love runs smooth and sometimes it bends a bit. Here are some valentine films that go straight to the heart of the matter.

Bite Me!
13 films, 1 achievers
Objective: A handful of actors have names that are also foodstuffs. Tim Curry, Halle Berry, Jack Lemmon, Kevin Bacon, Virginia Mayo, Sean Bean, John Candy, Meat Loaf, Warren Oates, Alec Guinness, Barry Pepper, Colin Salmon, Sondra Currie. Here's a tasty choice of some of their films. Many fwfrers contributed to this one, and I'm grateful to each and every one :)

Blanc Canvas
112 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A tribute to the late, great Mel Blanc. What's up your accolade, Doc?

Bloomin Lovely!
19 films, 0 achievers
Objective: All these films feature different kinds of garden. Plant your fwfr seeds and reap the rewards!

Blowing Up A Storm!
9 films, 1 achievers
Gale Storm was invited into American homes in the early 1950s with her sit-com My Little Margie, a rival to I Love Lucy. Before that she'd worked her way up in Hollywood B-movies. Here are some of them.

Bombay Boy
13 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Do you like Kipling? I dunno, I never kippled! Whether or not you agree with Rudyard's stern view of life, his stories have provided film fare for nearly a century. This accolade celebrates his works, including a very early screenplay. No tv films or vids, and as for the live-action Jungle Book due in 2009, I'll add it when there's more info. Meanwhile, enjoy!

Boo-Hoo!
13 films, 1 achievers
Objective: An accolade for a sad day. Splish-splash, let the tears fall to win this crying accolade. Sob, sniff, and don't forget your hankie.

Boop-Oop-a-doop
9 films, 1 achievers
Objective: The combination of animator Dave Fleischer and voice actress Mae Questral produced some of the most audacious and delightful cartoons ever made, all starring that big-headed short-skirted darling Betty Boop. Here are some of the highlights.

BreadLine
28 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Surrounded as we are by comparative affluence, it's salutary to recall The Great Depression. Here are some films to remind us that poverty isn't a disease.

Bridal Vows
32 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Complete these matrimonials to get my Hitched award!

Brooklyn: On Borough Time
36 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Help celebrate the NYC borough of my birth with this eclectic mix of features.

Bubble Sez: Meow!
77 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Bubble is the star feline of my life. Help celebrate all our lovely pussies with this accolade of features featuring cats. No docs, tv films, or shorts. Meow!

Busby!
23 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A superb choreographer who graduated to stage directing and then Hollywood where he was partly responsible for establishing the movie musical as a recognized genre. His ability to visualize patterns using dancers is instantly recognizable in his films. Here's a tribute to one of the most visually innovative director.

Buzzzzzzzzzzzz!
13 films, 0 achievers
Bees are in danger. Without them all our agriculture in doomed and so are we. That's the real horror of the bee story. To help focus your attention on these invaluable little buzz-tards, try to squeeze some honey from these titles. Hive a good time!

Candy Sweet Candy
38 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Talented, funny, and very very sweet. Let's grab a handful of Candy. John Candy!

Carbon Neutral
13 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Planting trees helps redress the CO2 balance; review these films with Tree in the title to achieve my Carbon Neutral Accolade and help protect the environment, too

Caught By The Tentacles
6 films, 1 achievers
Objective: I adore octopuses. They're intelligent, mischievous, unpredictable, and who can resis an 8-armed hug! The movie world, of course, usually portrays them as menacing and mean. Here's a way to pay tribute to my favorite cephalopod.

Che Bella Fiorenze!
5 films, 1 achievers
Celebrate one of my favorite cities, That Beautiful Florence! If you're looking for short films, consult another travel agent ;)

Choo-Choo!
44 films, 0 achievers
Objective: All aboard to keep this accolade on the rails! Thanks to ChrisC for helping!

Clocking On
12 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Time's ticking ... so clock in and get these films reviewed already!

Clucking Hell!
15 films, 1 achiever
Objective: A veritable brood of chickens and roosters. Put 'em in your pecking order to achieve my adorable fowl reward.

Conduct Yourself Properly
15 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Only a few films feature orchestra conductors. Can you raise your baton to the occasion and win this trophy? Sorry, no tv films

Credit Where It's Due

501 films, 0 achievers
Objective: These films are all directed by people who either began as actors or are best known for acting. Can you give them credit?!

Cuppa Java
15 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Here's your caffeine hit all served up in a handy accolade. First cup of the day --- ahhh!

Dairy Diary
16 films, 1 achiever
Objective: A handful of titles include the words: milk and cheese. Can you herd these films into the accolade corrale?

Dealer's Choice
41 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Films which feature card games important to the plot. So, what's the size of your pot?! [Many thanks to the fwfrers who helped me compile this one.]

Delicious Fry-Up!
23 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Stephen Fry is a UK National Treasure! Apart from his work as a novelist, stand-up comic with Hugh Laurie, BAFTA Award Host, and award-winning television performer, he's appeared in and directed for the big screen. He's simply wonderful!

Deloneliness
17 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Mesdames et Messieurs: I give you the gorgeous, the talented Alain Delon. Enjoy!

Deskbound
14 films, 0 achievers
Objective: An accolade to those who call the office a workplace. Features only. And, no I don't count that Ginger Rogers film where she plays a secretary on vacation and snags Douglas Fairbanks! I promise you the trophy will make you smile! Thanks to CL for helping!

Dino Saw Us!
76 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Run for your lives. Dinosaurus saw us and he's mad as hell. Scoop him up in this accolade and he'll never bother you again. Till the sequel!!

Directress
86 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Time was you could count the number of women directors on one hand. Now there are a slew of 'em - though still nowhere near enough. Here are a few with a sampling of their work.

Disaster? That's a Laugh!
6 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Many films spoof genres, but only a few spoof disaster movies. Try not to die laughing at these!

Dishes Your Accolade!
10 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Do the dishes and get this moving trophy!

Don't Bust a Vonnegut!
4 films, 3 achievers
Objective: Several films have been adapted from Kurt Vonnegut books. Here are a few, and there may be some more to come.

Don't Move
17 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A handful of films feature quadriplegics. Here they are.

Don't Sit On A Tack
14 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Defend yourself from all these Attack Films! Features only -- you're on your own with shorts, docos, and tv fare.

Ecstatic
4 films, 0 achievers
Objective: This is one extremely happy accolade! Shake your booty and yell out to prove you're completely ecstatic. Woo! Yay!

Elementary, Dear Wontner
5 films, 0 achiever
Objective: Those who know rate Arthur Wontner the best ever Holmes. Here's your chance to find out! Need a clue?

EmotIcons
175 films, 0 achievers
Objective: This is a kind of homage to Josh the Cat's accolade of films featuring emotions in their titles. It's a companion piece of a sort because all these films feature either actors or directors whose names are emotions. So far I've included Anger, Love, Blue, Mad, and Happy. If you know of any others, please do let me know!

Eriction
41 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Multi-talented and very hot - Eric Stoltz emits a quiet screen presence enriched by his theatrical training. For some reason he's more respected within the industry than by audiences. Help celebrate this excellent actor.

Excellent Casting
12 films, 0 achievers
Objective:A few films featuring fishermen. Come on, you've got it! Reel it in. Get it in the net. Excellent! Now gut those babies and wash up for supper.

Exotic Maria
9 films, 1 achievers
Objective: I must have been only about seven or eight when I saw Maria Montez as The Siren of Atlantis, playing chess with real her slaves as the chessmen. That image of female power probably shaped a generation of little girls to accept women's lib several decades later. An accolade is the least we can do to say thanks!


Farm Gals
11 films, 0 achievers
Objective: She was only a farmer's daughter ... Here's an accolade celebrating woman who work the land. Hard-working and under-rated, they deserve this accolade, so put it on your plate.

Featuring Veggies
19 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Eat up all your veg with these veg-titled theatrically-released feature films before you can have your dessert - My Veg Award

First Words
10 films, 0 achievers
Objective: As sound technology spread around the world, countries began producing their very first talkies. Help celebrate the switch to sound with these films - the very first talkies of their nations.

Flying High
30 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Complete this feature-length accolade featuring non-domestic birds to earn your wings - and a really cute trophy, too!

Foxed!
15 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Partly as a tribute to fwfr's very own Foxboy, and just because they're the most gorgeous creatures and how anyone can even consider hunting them I cannot imagine, and ... oh, just review the films! The trophy is adorable :)

Fuck and Tell
8 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Shameless I know, but where else am I gonna have a chance to do this? These eight films include eight of my extremely brief encounters of a horizontal nature. And no, I'm not going to tell you who each of them is!

Fun n Games
83 films, 1 achiever
Objective: We all love to have fun, so here's an accolade to play with. All the films with Fun, Toys, and Games in their titles await you in this ToyBox. Play nice, kids!

Garbo Lives! Talks! Laughs! Dies!
Objective: This icon of the silver screen didn't make that many films, but she's still a classic.
17 films, 3 achievers

Get Nekkid!
97 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Naked we came into the world and naked we enjoy some of our best moments. Remind yourself what those were with this bare-assed accolade.

Get The Picture
98 films, 0 achievers
Objective: All these films feature cameras, photographers, or something to do with film-making. Are you in the picture?
NB: I never realized how many of these there are! Thanks to all FWFRers who suggested films for this one!

Getting Your Goat-Man
6 films, 1 achievers
Objective: These films all feature satyrs or fauns. Half man, half goat, all fun! [Thanks to CL for help with this one!]

Go With The Floe
10 films, 0 achievers
Objective: What with global warming and all, these films will remind us of the majesty of the ice floe.

Going Pottery!
3 films, 2 achievers
Objective: I can only find 3 features which depend on pottery. If you know of others, please let me know - the key word is 'depend'! Otherwise, get behind your potter's wheel for this easy acc. [Thanks to Chocolate Lady for helping!]

Gollum's a Wiseman?
36 films, 0 achievers
Objective: OK, he looks a lot like Gollum, but Frederick Wiseman is one of the world's all-time great documentary makers: truly a cine-sociologist. From Madison Square Gardens, an insane asylum, a high school, and a primate research center, Wiseman's subjects teach us much about ourselves. Celebrate him here!

Goody-Goodies
40 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Some are born good, some achieve goodness, and some have goodness thrust upon 'em. Are you one of the Good Guys?! [no docos please]

Gotta Start Somewhere Part I
10 films, 0 achievers
Objective: We've all gotta start somewhere. Here are ten iconic screen Hollywood actors and actresses of my choice, in their first verified films under the names we know them as. I'm not counting walk-ons or uncredited appearances. The companion accolade lists ten non-American film greats. Charlie Chaplin, Marlon Brando, Gary Cooper, Johnny Depp, Greta Garbo, Cary Grant, Rita Hayworth, Frances McDormand, Marilyn Monroe, Mae West.

Gotta Start Somewhere Part II
10 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A companion accolade to the American film version, here are ten films marking the debuts of some non-US actors and actresses. I've tried to pick films which are verifiable, in which the actors had a recognizable role with a named character, and which have some information about the plot. Juliette Binoche, Sergei Bondarchuck, Penelope Cruz, Jean Gabin, Gong Li, Sophia Loren, Toshiro Mifune, Marcello Mastroianni, Simone Signoret.

Grahame's a Cracker!
16 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Sultry 40's bombshell Gloria Grahame brought class to any role. Her career spanned four decades and includes some of Hollywood's finest features.

Gratitude
27 films, 0 achievers
Objective: These films are so gracious. Won't you please compose your FWFR for the Trophy of Gratitude!

Growing Up Fast
12 films, 3 achievers
Objective: Can you mature this accolade as quickly as these kids?

H2O Splash!
109 films, 0 achievers
Objective: How many natural bodies of water have you swum in? Celebrate the great oceans, seas, rivers, and lakes of the world with this refreshing accolade. Dive right in!

Hail to the Chief
21 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Until recently, Native Americans have received a raw deal from Hollywood. So let's redress the balance with a tribute to the great tribal chiefs.

Hail to the Duke
3 films, 2 achievers
Objective: The great Duke of Ellington was one of the century's finest musicians. He composed scores for only three films, though he was associated with many more. Review these three for my Duke Award.

Haute Cuisine
13 films, 1 achievers
Objective: An accolade strictly for foodies! Who doesn't love a good meal, and only the finest feature here. GarÁon!

Here's Looking At You
66 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Here's an ocular accolade to test your film vision. What's your score?

Hitch Now Showing
35 films, 5 achievers
Objective: Create reviews for all Hitchcock's appearances in his films to win my Director's Appearance Award

Hop To It!
23 films, 0 achievers
Objective: There's a wide variety of frogs and toads and only a few films which feature them. So toad the line for a ribbiting adventure.

Hopper Given Direction
8 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Although I detest his politics I admire his work as a painter, actor, and as a director. He's taken the helm on eight films, and here's an accolade to celebrate them.

How Do You Do?
28 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Review all the feature films whose titles contain "Meet," and I'll gladly shake your hand! [No TV or Vids please]

Ida Good Mind ...
6 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Along with husband Howard Duff, Ida Lupino provided consistently intelligent and engaging performances for the silver screen over 40 years. Less well known is her contribution to film [and tv] directing, being one of the first female establishment figures in the business. Review her films for the Ida Award.

I'd Like To Thank ...
7 films, 0 achievers
Objective: ... my parents, my agent, the director, the cast ... Yes, win your own coveted statuette by reviewing these few films actually about The Oscars.

I Land on an Island
32 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Sweet tropical breeze and friendly clear seas. Let's pay tribute to the perfect island delight.

I'll Be Dammed!
14 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Time to honor the remarkable beaver. Not that one, dammit, you perverts!

In Living Black & White and Color
11 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Some films switch from black and white to color. Here's an accolade to mix them all together.

In The Frame
11 films, 0 achievers
Objective: These features have all got characters who are framed or wrongly accused of murder. Complete the accolade and hang the frame on your trophy wall!

In The Habit
6 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Sometimes desperate men and women do desperate things. Such as posing as a nun to escape trouble. Here are a few films of people getting into the habit.

It'll Kill Ya!
19 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Put down that ciggie and take up this accolade instead!

It's For You-Hoo!
26 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Telephone calls play an important role in several feature films. Is this accolade calling you? [Thanks to CL for suggestions]

It's Like They Were In The Room
23 films, 0 achievers
Objective: This acc features actors [or animated characters] who do impersonations of other well-known actors. These are NOT bio-pics - but the character doing an impression of another real-live actor. Big thanx to MrBadIdea, lamhasusa, Whipper, lemmy & Tori for wonderful suggestions!

Iz a Diamond
18 films, 0 achievers
Objective: I.A.L. Diamond, known as Iz, was an exemplar of the art of comic writing for the screen. His scripts, many for his long-time professional partner Billy Wilder, have become classics. Here are a few.

James Paul McComposer
15 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Paul McCartney is credited as composer on several films, a few of them documentary shorts. So strike up the band and hum along for this accolade with a beat-le!

Just Say YES!
16 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Accentuate the Positive! Say YES to this affirmative accolade. [mostly features, no docos or tv]

Land Ho!
17 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Without those intrepid explorers who just couldn't stay home in front of the fire, we'd all still be speaking Neanderthal. Break out! Get exploratory with these films. No short journeys!

Lassoing Laughter
13 films, 0 achievers
Objective: These cowpokes are getting along spoofingly. And they've saved a spot at the campfire just for you. Complete this acc and you'll be laughing all the way west.

Lava Lamps Welcome
10 films, 0 achievers
Objective: These films feature main characters who'd love a lava lamp and no irony involved. They're just that bit nerdy, geeky, out of date, un-self-aware. But they'll all feel at home here! [thanks to Salopian and lemmy and Rovark for helping!]

Let's Get Quizzical
9 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Features featuring quiz shows is what this accolade is all about. So sharpen up your brain for these teasers and win the trophy.

Life on Wheels
18 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A handful of films feature characters in wheelchairs, some heroic, some spooky, some filled with compassion. You'll roll smoothly through them all. Many thanks to CL for jogging my wheelchair memory!

Liking Leisen
12 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Mitchell Leisen made the transition from Production Designer to Director and he turned out reliable features for the studio. He's very under-rated, especially for his stylish genre films. Learn to like Leisen!

Listen To This Movie
22 films, 0 achievers
Objective: This accolade highlights one medium featuring another ... yes, folks, it's radio in the movies. So grab yourself some airwaves and keep your ears open! [thanks to CankleFetish!]

Live Animation
29 films, 1 achiever
Objective: These multi-dimensional combos earn you my Award. Thanks to Cheese_Ed's helpful reminder, I'm excluding stop-motion animation or we'd be here all night! No shorts, docos, or tv.

Living in the Pass
8 films, 1 achievers
Objective: The Pass of Glencoe and Loch Leven in the Scottish Highlands hold some of the most spectacular scenery on Earth. The area inspired Stevenson's Kidnapped, and it was the location for these eight films. You can't Pass up this lovely trophy.

Living it Small
26 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Village life can be idyllic or hellish. These films portray all manner of 'small' living. Will you be moving in?

Living Room Furniture
20 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Do up your Accolade Room with this easily achievable furniture collection.

London Calling
7 films, 3 achievers
Objective: Celebrate the UK capital city with my London Calling Accolade. Feature films only please.

Looking Peaky
24 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Scale these heights for my Mountain Climbers Award! Check those ropes.

Lost?
5 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Here are a few features using map in their titles. Don't get lost. Consult the map!

Love Stories for Valentine's Day
315 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Give your heart away and fall in love with these films ... all about lurve!

Macy Sale
[54 films, 0 achievers
Objective: William H Macy lights up any scene. Here's your chance to step into his light and pay your respects. NB: This is NOT an auto-update!!

Mae Be!
12 films, 0 achievers
Objective: She wrote all her own screenplays, and went out of her way to cast black actors. Salvador Dali designed a settee in the shape of her lips. The US Air Force named a life jacket after her. She was arrested for her plays Sex and The Drag. She was amazing! Celebrate the immortal Mae West with her dozen films.

Make it Snappy!
17 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Although you can keep an alligator's or a crocodile's jaw closed with just a little force, almost nothing can prevent their jaws closing down with a might SNAP! Just make sure you're not in the way, and 'scale' this accolade before you get bitten.

Man You're Stinky!
31 films, 1 achievers
Objective: It had to happen. The shittiest accolade on the block. All these films feature scenes involving excrement ... not just talking about it, but doing it, avoiding it, getting covered in it, even, shock horror, eating it. So hold your nose and clean this one up.

Menagerie
279 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Films featuring actors and/or directors with animal names. Homonyms aloud

NB: FYI
Wikipedia: "In linguistics, a homonym is, in the strict sense, one of a group of words that share the same spelling and the same pronunciation but have different meanings (in other words, are both homographs and homophones),usually as a result of the two words having different origins. The state of being a homonym is called homonymy. Examples of pairs of homonyms are stalk (part of a plant) and stalk (follow/harass a person), and left (opposite of right) and left (past tense of leave). In a looser non-technical sense, the term "homonym" can be used to refer to words that share the same spelling irrespective of pronunciation, or share the same pronunciation irrespective of spelling Ė in other words, they are homographs or homophones. In this sense, pairs such as row (propel with oars) and row (argument), and read (peruse) and reed (waterside plant), would also be homonyms."

NB squared:
Due to some glitch of self-adjustment, this acc has swollen itself from 204 to 279 ... but I'm working on weeding out some irrelevancies, and also I will cap the acc at a more achievable 200 films. My acc philosophy is that once you've got one of mine, you keep it!

Mitch!
54 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Sex on legs! Tough Guy! Action Man! Romantic Hero! And, he wrote poetry, too!! Let's big it up for Robert Mitchum.

Monumental!
6 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A sextet of films marking the monumental achievements of civilizations from every inhabited continent. Get building!

Mood Indigo
122 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Lotsa films have my favorite color in the title. Blue, baby, blue! But if you finish this accolade you'll be anything but ... :)

More Than A Sausage
6 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Help celebrate the rise and rise of tv's stalwart turned top Hollywood scribe and sometime director. No, not a Scottish dish made from offal, but a legend in the making: the winner is Paul Haggis!

Morgan Spurlock's Award
18 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Munch your way through these fast-food film titles for Morgan's yummy reward. Keep checking the scales!

Mr & Mrs Sleuth
12 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Mystery solving by married couples has gone out of Hollywood favor lately. But here are some films to revive the tradition.

Mr Bojangles Dance
16 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Bill Robinson was a tap-dancing paragon. He's the one who features a lot with Shirley Temple. If he'd have been white neither Astaire nor Kelly would have had a look-in. Celebrate him belatedly with this accolade.

Murder Weapon?
35 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Several films offer very unusual murder weapons and here are a few. [Huge thanks to Whippersnapper, Chocolate Lady, ChrisC and benj for their invaluable suggestions.]

Musical Origins
11 films, 5 achievers
Objective: Ten screen musicals adapted from other media. La-La-la! Sing out, Rose!

Neccessity's My Mom
22 films, 0 achievers
Objective: An accolade celebrating some great and not so great inventors and their inventions.

Oh-Dessa!
5 films, 1 achievers
Objective: This accolade celebrates the city where many of my ancestors came from. It's a beautiful Black Sea resort and was the scene of Sergei Eisenstein's important film The Battleship Potemkin.

Oh, Nurse!
33 films, 0 achievers
Objective: You know what they say ... behind every good doctor there's a nurse who knows more! Let's big it up for these movie nurses.

Once Upon A Time...
17 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A handful of feature films have taken this iconic fairy-tale opening phrase as titles. Here's your chance to finish the story.

One Lump or Two?
30 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Sugar's bad for you, but sometimes you just gotta have it! Far safer to indulge with these sweet titles and characters.

Out Back in Oz
47 films, 0 achiever
Objective: Especially for those FWFRers down under ... here are some films set in the magnificent Australian outback.

Parlate Magnani?
13 films, 0 achievers
Objective: The arresting, powerful talent of Anna Magnani proved just as potent on American and worldwide screens as in her native Italy. Not conventionally beautiful but seething with passion, few women since have set the screen alight like Anna. Here's your chance to show your appreciation.

Peace & Love Man
5 films, 0 achievers
Objective: In the Swinging Sixties some hippies were inspired by late 19th century drop-out movements such as The Diggers. A few films feature some of their communes. Are you ready to join?

Playthings
18 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Lots of different dollies here to keep you amused.

Poles Apart
36 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Brrr! Wrap up warm to visit all these films concerning either the North or South Pole. When you're done, come inside and warm up by the fire.

Poor Little Orphans
20 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Must be horrible to grow up in an orphanage - even the best ones! And these are by no means the best. Free the children with this accolade

Poor Pina
5 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Mexican actress Pina Pellicer had a tragic life ending in suicide aged 30. She'd captivated the film world opposite Brando in One-Eyed Jacks, but proved too fragile for all the industry bullshit. Pay tribute to her here.

Primatology
16 films, 2 achievers
Objective: Indulge my passion for the Great Apes and win my Primatology Degree. No animation, no people in ape suits need apply.

Pulling the Wool
20 films, 0 achievers
Objective: All these films feature members of the ovine family: sheep, rams, ewes, and lambs. Review them all and get a pat on the baaack!

Rapidly
10 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Paddle up for these films that feature some very rough water indeed. Can you navigate these rapids for my moving trophy?

Razzie-Dazzie
30 films, 0 achievers
Objective: The Golden Raspberry Awards or Razzies were first awarded in 1981 to counterpoint the Academy Awards by dishonoring the worst acting, screenwriting, songwriting, directing, and films that the film industry had to offer. Here are all the Worst Pix of the year. Have fun!

Ready, Willing and Abel!
51 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Abel Gance was one of the most innovative of the early film-makers. He invented the triptych screen and slung a camera on a rope, letting it cascade down a mountain to create the feeling of being in an avalanche. Celebrate this cine-genius who continued directing into his 80s!

Regarding Henrys
20 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Various films have been made based on the lives of some of the British kings called Henry. Review them, then put on your crown, and we'll all kneel before you! [Thanks to ChrisC for helping!]

Rising Star ... Oops!
103 films, 0 achievers
Objective: These films feature stars whose promising careers were cut short by their untimely deaths. Let's remember them with this tribute. HUGE THANKS to all the FWFRers who helped me compile this lovely accolade

Run For Your Life
15 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Films featuring running and runners. Don't run away from this moving accolade.

Same But Different
80 films, 0 achievers
Objective: This accolade features films known by the same [English-release] title but which are NOT remakes and have nothing to do with each other. I'm restricting this to films which have already been released as opposed to any still in production. Also no shorts or vids. Have fun. Thanks to all FWFRers who helped with this!

Seaside Fun
38 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Building sandcastles. Tumbling waves. Ah, the joys of a seaside idyll. Here are some likely and unlikely films to stir the memory.

Seeing the Light
55 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Lighten up your life with this very bright accolade. Don't forget to switch off when you're done ;)

Serve Your Sentence
195 films, 1 achiever
Objective: These films all feature 7 actors whose names form complete sentences. Judge Reinhold, Red Buttons, John Heard, John Hurt, William Hurt, Groucho Marx, Gil Bellows. Live action only. No tv, docos, or shorts, please!

Shuffle Off To Buffalo
50 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Ooh, zombies! Scary hungry shuffling zombies. This acc is full of them! Only you can knock 'em down one by one.

Sibling Amity: Not For the Fainthearted!
1347 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Films from the Neolithic Era to 2007, all of which feature brothers and/or sisters of other actors. Documentaries not included -- but if you find one, please let me know and I'll remove it! TIA. Enjoy.
NB NB NB NB
To give everyone a fair chance at this essential accolade, I have spent weeks in the Accolade Factory breaking this one down into bite-sized chunks. I've put all 14 of these into a new post in this thread.

Silent But Deadly
11 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Back in the days before actors could speak on-screen, they found a lot of ways to die. Here are some!

Sky Masters
23 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Reach for the sky with this bevy of features with Sky in the title. Cancel the docs and remove your shorts please!

Slippery When Wet
10 films, 1 achievers
Objective: The accolade's all about oil. Just a handful of films, because I've eschewed those about which nothing is written on imdb. So will you oil the wheels of this one? Oil be seeing you!

Solidarity!
15 films, 0 achievers
Objective: This accolade celebrates the just cause of workers everywhere for better pay and conditions and to fight exploitation of their labor. Strength in unity!

Somewhere Over The Rainbow
16 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain should help you remember a rainbow's colours: red, orange, yellow, green blue, indigo, violet. Here are some films, too.

Somnambulism
9 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Wake up long enough to complete this accolade featuring sleepwalkers. Then you can go back to sleep :) [thanks to CL for helping]

Songs of the People
10 films, 0 achievers
Objective: In between the blandess of Perry Como and the electirc fire of the Stones, folk songs nestled among the pre-hippies. Every park boasted an acoustic guitarist leading the folk in song. Here are a few films that are note-worthy.

Space Invaders!
23 films, 0 achievers
Objective: These features prove conclusively that aliens have already landed on earth and are living among us! If you're not convinced by that, the trophy should do it! Oh yes!!

Squaring the Circle
29 films, 0 achievers
Objective: All these films feature geometric terms in the title. Can you complete the equation?

Stand-up and Laugh
15 films, 0 achievers
Objective: In honor of our beloved founder, here are some features featuring stand-up comics and/or their acts. I'm not really including concert recordings.

Stick 'Em Up
5 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Here's a little accolade devoted to postage stamps. Only a few films feature them in the plot. So lick these and stick 'em on your accolade.

Stop Bugging Me!
57 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Some creepy crawlies, some creepy flying things, some friends, some foes, and all part of life's great biodiversity! Pay tribute to the bugs and beetles of moviedom.

Straight On To Morning
6 films, 0 achievers
Objective: The story of the eternal child Peter Pan has captured audiences in books, on stage, and in films ever since JM Barrie launched it. Each of the film treatments emphasizes different aspects, some more successful than others. Review them all and sprinkle yourself with fairy dust.

Strange Changes
NEW! Added 1 May 2009
13 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Sometimes in MovieWorld, people get changed into other animal species, and less often other animals get changed into people. Let's leave werewolves and dracula-bats out of this, as we celebrate those strange changes!

Studio to Penthouse
37 films, 0 achievers
Objective: The apartment is vital to the plot of these features. Will you be able to move in and pick up your life-style trophy?

Taking Steps
25 films, 0 achievers
Objective: In these days of elevators and escalators fewer people are taking the stairs. Here's your chance!

Ten Out Of Ten
29 films, 1 achievers
Objective: I wouldn't say these films score a perfect ten, but you will if you get 'em all!

That Kid is Barking!
3 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Since Romulus and Remus we've been fascinated by stories of children raised by animals. Some of them have been filmed, and this acc is for them. Woof!

The Color Oscar
42 films, 3 achievers
Objective: Only seven black women have ever been nominated for the Best Actress Oscar, and only one has ever won it. Here they are. Be ashamed Hollywood!

The Great Escape
7 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Quick. Before he gets away! Let's nail down these films either about or featuring the master of escape, Erich Weiss, otherwise known as Houdini.

The Horrible Beginning
13 films, 1 achievers
Objective: All good genres had to begin somewhere. Let's celebrate the origins of the horror film with these silent classics. Shhhh ... don't make a sound. Or else!

The Late Great Robert Williams
6 films, 0 achievers
Objective: After a colourful life from farmboy to Broadway star, Williams' film career was cut tragically short when he died of appendicitis. Let's give him the trophy he surely would have won if he'd lived.

The Raspberry
27 films, 0 achievers
Objective: In summer 2007 some FWFRers nominated one film each they'd happily put on their list of films they love to hate. This accolade is dedicated to them and their choices. So we are served with The Raspberry, accompanied not by cream but a huge dollop of gratitude.

The Shortest Title Accolade
3 films, 0 achievers
Objective: There are only three full-length, not made-for tv, feature films I can find featuring Ms. in the title. Plenty of Mr.s and Mrs.s, but only 3 of these. Hence it's the shortest. Only 3. Gowan you know you wanna support women's lib!

Throw Rotten Eggs at Actors
9 films, 1 achiever
Objective: 3 actors I love to hate and 3 of their worst performances. Help me throw rotten eggs at: John Wayne, Keanu Reeves, and Steven Seagal.

Throw Rotten Eggs at Actresses
9 films, 0 achievers
Objective: 3 actresses I love to hate and 3 of their worst performances. Help me throw rotten eggs at: Jane Fonda, Bette Davis, and Daryl Hannah.

Till Dr/Death Do Us Part
12 films, 0 achievers
Objective: The movies all involve conjoined twins, some of whom have been separated. [It could be a sub-set to Salopian's Twins accolade, though mine includes some that don't appear in his.] There's a funny trophy, too!

Tomorrow Never Comes
20 films, 1 achiever
Objective: Yesterday today was tomorrow. Tomorrow today will be yesterday. So can you achieve this accolade today, or will it wait till tomorrow?

Totally Wrecked
21 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A selection of films featuring shipwrecks. Catch 'em before they go down forever.

Trapeze
9 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Circus acrobats always thrill and trapeze artists are consummate entertainers. Here are some films that feature this exciting art of aerial acrobatics.

Trike
6 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A few films feature tricycles, and here are the most notable. Ride, ride, ride!

Two Cra-zee Dames!
36 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Films that feature one of two women who couldn't be more different, though their unusal names made them legends: Zasu Pitts and Zsa Zsa Gabor.

Uhmph! Work It! Uhmph!
14 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Twenty times eight reps. Lift it. Stretch out. Work that thing! And again, two , three, four. Can you go the distance with these film which feature body building? And just look what an adorable trophy you win!

Uncle Bob & Jake
19 films, 0 achievers
Objective: 'Bob's Your Uncle' and 'It's Jake' both mean it'll be okay. And so you will be if you complete this accolade!

Under Construction
108 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Can you build this Accolade with films containing the word House in the title?

Unlocked!
31 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Collect these keys to open up this accolade for you to pop into your trophy cabinet!

Up and Out in LA
69 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Only two Best Actor winners of the Oscar have ever declined their awards: George C. Scott and Marlon Brando. Here's a tribute to their principled stand. Will you accept or decline this award?

Up in the Air
59 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Review these films dependent on mechanized transport and you'll be flying high! The planes here are primarily flying not crashing, with only a couple of exceptions. I am NOT including flight outside the earth's atmosphere, so space ships can dock elsewhere, thank you.

Vive La Difference!
18 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Men passing as women have long been a staple of films both comic and serious. But there aren't that many female equivalents to Norbit, Tootsie, or Cary Grant in I Was A Male War Bride. Here's an accolade to help redress the balance. Redress ... geddit?!!! [Big thanks to CL and Salopian for helping!]

Vive Le Partnership
7 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Sometimes a director and actor really work well together to produce something special. When FranÁois Truffaut first cast a young boy called Jean-Pierre Lťaud for his 3rd film 400 Blows, such a partnership was born. Celebrate their several films here.

Wasted on the Young
4 films, 1 achiever
Objective: I think it was GB Shaw who said Youth was wasted on the young. Here's a quartet of films to help prove him wrong.

Wax Job
14 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Film composer Franz Waxman's career began in Germany in the run-up to Nazi control. His Hollywood scores brought him fame and two Oscars. Sing along as you re-visit some of his greatest films.

Weather or Not
108 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Whatever the weather, can you achieve this accolade of films that forecast success?

Weigh In
26 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Can you yo-yo between the Fat and the Thin with these features? No documentaries or shorts please.

Welcoming
13 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Putting you at your ease. Come right on in. Make yourself at home. This accolade bids you welcome. And look what a glittering feel-good trophy comes with it! You're very welcome here. :)

We'll Always Have Paris
39 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Lotsa films feature the city of lights, of romance, of stinky cheese. Book your passage and win the Eiffel Tower. Ooh-la-la!

Well Preserved
22 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Spoon up the jam in these films for your tasty trophy!

Whale of a Tail
20 films, 0 achievers
Objective: A tribute to some of my favorite ocean denizens - the wonderful whales!

What a Milestone!
18 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Lewis Milestone emigrated from Moldova with his family and rose to become one of Hollywood's most versatile directors. Here's your chance to pay some homage.

What Do You Mean -- Baby?!
9 films, 0 achievers
Objective: When most film couples contemplate having kids, if there's resistance it usually comes from the man. These films reverse the usual. It's the blokes who are broody and the gals who put off pregnancy.

What's a Cubit?
17 films, 0 achievers
Objective: All these films feature characters named Noah ... and one's a woman! Get 'em all to win your very own ark.

When Marty Met Thelma
17 films, 2 achievers
Objective: One of the most important relationships within a film crew is that between director and editor, and the partnership of Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker is one of the most impressive. This accolade celebrates their still ongoing relationship in feature films.

White Coat Syndrome
51 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Help celebrate these pioneers of science and win a white coat!

Who You Calling A Ham?
6 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Not too many films feature hamsters. Seek 'em out and win my furry trophy.

Whole Can of Worms
8 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Wriggly squirmy wormy worms. They're hermaphrodites. There are some Australian species which grow to ten feet. They aerate the soil. And sometimes they star in movies. [thanks to CL for helping]

Whose Sari Now
[9 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Just a smattering of the many non-Bollywood films featuring the sari, a garment so colourful, so comfortable, so practical it has survived for many thousands of years.

Worship at Feet of Clayton
10 films, 2 achievers
Objective: Apart from our 7-year passionate affair, I admire Jack as one of the most creative film directors. He brought an innate understanding of the language of film, a love of actors, and a respect for everyone who helped achieve his vision.

Yes, We Have No Bananas!
8 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Let's celebrate this near-perfect fruit. Tasty and nutritious and it comes in its own carrying case! A yellow delight.

Yo Mama!
7 films, 1 achievers
Objective: If you had a lovely mother, pity the kids in these films. Presenting the nastier side of family life.

You In To Ewan?
32 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Some young actors hit the big screen with a POW from their very first appearance. Ewan McG is one of those. Plus I worked with his uncle. So there! :)

Your Bouquet
9 films, 3 achievers
Objective: Only nine blossoms gets you a lovely bouquet for your trophy cabinet.

Your Chariot Awaits
9 films, 1 achievers
Objective: Once considered a rather nifty way to get around, the chariot has fallen by the wayside. Give this vehicle some new bodywork and win the Chariot Race!

Your Yankee Doodle Majesty
25 films, 0 achievers
Objective: Every once in a while either a devious scheming or totally unsuspecting Yank gets involved with a royal court of some kind. Can you crown these ersatz majesties and win your crown?

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Posted - 28/10/2006 :  16:23:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You asked for it!

Here they are, all 62 of them. Oracle Road needs a complete rework, will get to it soon. Links to follow:

*umentary
176 films (shocking, huh, and I'll bet I've missed half of them. No more now!), 0 achievers
All these films have been reviewed using a version of the 'mockumentary' pun, so get review-umenting.

2s better than 1
4 films, 36 achievers
That rare thing - a sequel that's better than the original. Small accolade - says something, no?

80s Child
20 films, 4 achievers
Ah, the 80's and 90's. Days to remember, eh? Back to the Future, Bill & Ted, Blade Runner, Terminator, The Breakfast Club, Ghostbusters, Sixth Sense, Pulp Fic ..... oh, the 1880s and 90s. Well, still days to remember then, as long as you're a 130 years old ..... The Duncan trilogy, The Kiss, Bridget's naked waitress service, that classic sneezing film, fighting animals, ah, good old fashioned clean living action fun

Absolutely Potty
5 films, 30 achievers
Review all five Potter movies in less than 20 words ...

Alice in bifeland
13 films, 2 achievers
In honour of my wonderful, beautiful, clever daughter, review all these films with her name in the title

Arsenal Captain
13 films, 6 achievers
Okay, there's admittedly not many football-themed films out there, but I think for a small list, it's a tough one. Show your true colours, score in all 13 matches and become an Arsenal Captain (yes, 2 of the best footy films ever are based on The Arsenal)

benjiii
21 films, 2 achievers
The man who made it all possible - benj. Show how much you appreciate him by reviewing the first 10 films he ever reviewed, the 5 that have scored him the most votes, and any film with his name in the title. Thanks to Salopian for the accolade name, from his tribute review for Benji the Hunted. Data correct as of Oct 2004!

bifely status
10 films, 4 achievers
Just how self-centred and egotistical can a guy get? I used these films to celebrate my promotion to various statuses by writing self-congratulatory status-based reviews, such as 'The Oracle dispenses wisdom', for The Matrix. Yeah, I know, incredibly narcissistic. See if you can find all the relevant reviews in this selection of films (shouldn't be hard - they're filed under 'bife'), and while you're there, go pick up this trophy

bife's dog
24 films, 9 achievers
Two dozen eggs please. No, wait. I mean, two dozen of bife's favourite films. That's better.

bife's travels 1: On the way to California
8 films, 8 achievers
Well if there's one thing flying to the US is good for, it's getting to see and review a pile of crappy films I'd never watch otherwise! Three films in the plane on the way there, three on the way back, and a couple in a lonely hotel room (well, at least a couple I could find on fwfr!).

bife's travels 2: Portland trail blazers
5 films, 7 achievers
Hot on the heels (well actually about a year after) 'On the Way to California', comes another bunch of films that got me through a long flight to the US, to Portland this time. When I tell you that this was the best of the available selection, you'll know why I only watched five ....

bife's travels 3: Portland ... again
7 films, 4 achievers
I seem to spend half my life in this damned town ... at least it's an excuse to catch up on a movie or seven. Here are the one's I watched in planes and hotel rooms on my latest trip to sunny Oregon

bife's travels 4: Singapore
3 films, 12 achievers
Great city; fantastic food, beautiful, hot, friendly people - but really nasty klm flights! No films worth watching on the way out, and only two on the way back, with one in the cinema in singapore. Review those few films to earn bife's fourth travel trophy.

bife's travels 5: Amsterdam - Sangapore II
9 films, 7 achievers
Same destination - but what a difference Singapore Airlines makes. Video on demand - in economy - means lots of films to watch both there and back. Review all the films I saw on this trip to earn bife's 5th travel trophy

bife's travels 6: Last Amsterdam return
7 films, 5 achievers
Gonna be my last return trip to Holland for a while, as I get ready for the big move. Review these movies that eased this long trip to Singapore and back (see if you can guess which two were the 'hotel room flicks')

bife's travels 7: Singapore to Portland
10 films, 2 achievers
It's been a while - 9 months in Singapore not flying further than Beijing - but it had to happen eventually, and head office called again. Here are the films that got me there and back

Biggest Accolade in the World. Ever.
6 films, 12 achievers
Plenty of Jumbo, Dumbo and Barbar puns to be had with these. Enjoy

Bloopers
4 films, 6 achievers
Nothing like a collection of cock ups to pass an hour or two, heh? Review this motley collection to show that you'd never be caught writing 'shcool' in thick white paint

Diary of another hapless Bridget
3 films, 13 achievers
She can't waitress, she's dangerous around fire and she has a drinking problem. The earliest comedy trilogy?

Dirty Dozen
12 films, 5 achievers
Twelve all time stinkers (subjective, of course!) ready to receive your wrath ..........

Double Dutch
9 films, 3 achievers (and yes, AC was the first. I wrote this accolade, and the challenge to AC, long before I joined the fourum and actually got to know the guy
The Dutch are not known for their film-making abilities, but there are a couple of crackers in this small list of Dutch 'classics'. AussieCannuck - if you are reading this - you were the first to complete my other two accolades up to now, this might be more of a challenge for you!

Down she goes
7 films, 6 achievers
Review these titanic-related films quickly, before you hit an iceberg!

Flash
4 films, 9 achievers
Can you save the universe?

FWFR Cult Film Reviewer
9 films, 16 achievers
There are some films that just scream out 'Review me, review me'. Peruse this personal selection of films that have become fwfr cult classics. Chances are, you haven't seen any of them. Chances are, you can think of 10 funny reviews for them in as many minutes. Chances are, all 10 reviews would be based around the same aspect of the film. Chances are, you'll never manage as many reviews for them as Cheese_Ed. But hey, that's not the point. You only need to review each of them once to become an FWFR Cult Film Reviewer!

Galactically bad sci-fi
2 films, 14 achievers
Ken's review says it perfectly: "Poor man's Star Wars". Thankfully this is a short accolade - imagine they'd made a third!

HBO Vietnam NEW
7 films, no achievers
Sad to say on an 11 day trip through somewhere as interesting as Vietnam, I still found time to watch at least half of each of these generally mediocre flicks showing on HBO in various hotel rooms throughout the country. I promise that I did see some of Vietnam too ...

Headless
8 films, 20 achievers
Keep your head reviewing all these flicks where somebody else loses theirs

Ice Man cometh
30 films, 2 achievers
Val Kilmer - from the long-haired adventurer Madmartigan in Willow, to the ice cool Iceman in Top Gun

JC
10 films, 3 achievers
Jesus Christ: Saviour, Singer, Slayer, Superhero, Superstar. Review the films that use and abuse his good name.

Knotty Boy
6 films, 7 achievers
The various adventures of Pinocchio, Mguyx's Knotty Boy, on land, in space and in bed.

Linda's perfect evening
4 films, 4 achievers
That's the thing about marriage. Give and take. Unfortunately that means, every now and again, having to sit through the Sissi trilogy from beginning to end. In German. With Dutch subtitles. Pretending to cry. Linda's perfect evening. Aaarrrggghhh.

McGregor Madness
6 films, 4 achievers
Six reviews about The McGregors, written on June 16, 2006, are tucked away on these film pages. At least they will be, once they've been approved. Do you thing, Merps :)

Metal Head
16 films, 2 achievers
Yeah, so I wasted my youth listening to AC/DC and Iron Maiden, headbanging on a Friday night and wondering why I couldn't get a girl. Prove you're better than me by reviewing all these metal related films. They're about heavy metal, they feature heavy metal stars, they are metal documentaries or they just sound like they should be about heavy metal. Oh, and The Wall.

Odd man out
5 films, 8 achievers
Spot the film that doesn't doesn't belong. Four films, all in need of extra reviews, one of them clearly doesn't belong here. Are you the genious that can figure out which one it is?

One Joke Wonders
8 films, 9 achievers
Hey, I know, I've got a great idea for a film. Why don't I take xxxx, put him in scenario yyyyy with zzzzzz, that's a great concept. No, I don't need any other jokes in the film, that'll do. Every joke in the film can be based around the concept! Brilliant, huh. What is actually surprising, is that Cool Runnings pulls it off properly - 1 joke, funny in 30 different places

Oracle Road
39 films, 8 achievers
Everyone has to start somewhere, and in the case of our community of Oracles and Dieties, this is exactly where they started. Included in this list is the first film reviewed by each of our 1000+'ers. An interesting selection of first choices from our most prolific writers, there's good films, bad films, good first reviews, bad first reviews. Way to go all of you. (ps - this accolade was established well before I got my wings - it was never meant to be a self-tribute!). Last update: elchico

Pooh
37 films, 2 achievers
Compliments of Cheese Ed, come on over for a pot of honey

Porn Star 3 films, 27 achievers
Review these 'Life story of famous porn star' movies, while making sure all the while to give the appearance of never having seen any of them.

Red death
4 films, 16 achievers
Tomatoes. That kill. Review them, before they attack you too.

Remember, remember
10 films, 0 achievers
the fifth of november. The Top 10 voted reviews for the 5th of november, 2006 were for these 10 films. Lamhasuas was at number one with his review for Girl With a Pearl Earring, 7 other reviewers shared the Top 10 places with him. Shockingly, bife wasn't among them

Ruben
21 films, 2 achievers
In honour of Ruben Liam, 1 day old as I write, review all these films 'starring' (or at least featuring) a Ruben to earn the most coveted FWFR accolade, The Ruben Award.

Rugrats
3 films, 10 achievers
According to Lipshitz, you have to review these

Save the Whale
3 films, 11 achievers
You could join Greenpeace, grow a beard and live in a tree, or you could just review all three 'Free Willy' films.

She's a doll
3 films, 9 achievers
No really, she is.

So they all had scrambled egg for breakfast
8 films, 9 achievers
Review this fine selection of Grade A crackers, compliments of noncentz's ability to dig up the most intriguing collections of films

Star Wars .... Almost
9 films, 9 achievers
Yes, that's right .... they're 'almost Star Wars'!

Stinking Sequel
9 films, 6 achievers
Review this dire selection of sequels to great films. There are plenty of other bad '2's out there, but this selection draws my particular wrath for being follow-ups to such good originals. And no arguments - I've heard them all before - Terminator is a great film, T2 is nothing more than a special effects binge that undermines everything great in the first film.

The Dutchman
10 films, 5 achievers
Have a go at reviewing the best and the worst from Dutch director Paul Verhoeven, starting with his Dutch classics and moving on to his Hollywood days.

The Fwfr Oscars
6 films, a paltry 10 reviewers. Come on gang, this one's a 'must'
Films starring or involving FWFR reviewers. How cool is that? It's not a big accolade - so no excuses for not completing it - it should be a requirement for all of us. For anyone not in the know: Roll - starring Top 5 reviewer and (ex!) accolade king, AussieCanuck. The 10 Minute Run!!!, directed by and starring GHcool. The Soldier, starring ex-fwfrer Hairybooger. Twisted Sheets - with the irrespresible (if fourum-shy) '5-cats' Queenofcats, The Corporation, which our good friend sludge was very surprised to see himself in, and now introducing Checkmate, starring produced by panda, who has at least managed to review his own films (and also starring GHc)!

The Kai Man
18 films, 2 achievers
Get your Kai-hat on, go off and review all these movies featuring a 'Kai'. It might not be worth it.

The Other Fab four
10 films, 3 achievers
Eh-oh!

Time and relative dimension in space
4 films, 8 achievers
Knock knock. Who's there? Doctor. Doctor Who? That's right! Doctor Who, Romana, K9, The Tardis, talking, exterminating rubbish bins. Unbeatable fun.

Top 10
10 films, 24 achievers
The movies that inspired the 10 greatest fwfr reviews ever (as voted by the citizens of fwfr land). See if they can inspire you too.

Top Toaster
3 films, 8 achievers
Brave Little Toaster and his friends, Kirby, Radio and Lampy, invite you to join them on their (mostly wonderful) adventures. These oft-forgotten animations may not be up to the technological standards of today's offerings, but they deserve an accolade in honour of the sheer brilliance of the concept of movies based around living, talking household appliances.

Total Parenthood
10 reviews, 5 achievers
Review these films to prove you really are a worthy of the coveted 'FWFR Total Parenthood' accolade. Be warned, though, it doesn't matter whether they call you dad, daddy, papa, father, fatty, when they get to 13, they'll still hate you!

Tribute to bife's tributes
27 films, 4 achievers
Films containing my "tribute reviews" to fwfr reviewers, including one to myself (the shame!). Review them all, and find the hidden tributes in each of them, to earn your 'Tribute to bife's tributes' award

Turkish Delight
7 films, 8 achievers
Turkish remakes of blockbuster films, often mixing footage from the original film with world-famous Turkish special effects. You know you want to.

Unnecessarily Long Titles Award
12 films, 4 achievers
How many words should a film title have? A punchy 1 or 2? An explanatory 3 or 4? Maybe a verbose 5 or 6? A more than sufficient 7, 8 or 9? 10 is just self-indulgent, and anything so long it throws out your fwfr reviews page formatting is worthy of being honoured in a very special accolade! Unfortunately I just discovered that there is a size limit to the length of an accolade title - and it's not a large limit!

We all love bife
8 films, 8 achievers
We all love bife. Well, a few of you do anyway. Review those films that have been used in tributes to me, to prove that you love me too! To date, I only have a few tribute reviews, and only one that refers to me by name, but that's okay, I never wanted to be popular anyway! Edit: Got so tired of waiting for you all to love me, that I had to resort to writing tributes to myself. See if you can find them

Welcome to the Hood
8 films, 4 achievers
Swashbuckling English (occassionally American!) legend faces down the rich and powerful oppressors of the people, sword in hand and girl in tow. Great stuff.

Whacky murders!
7 films, 18 achievers
When inanimate objects, fruits or bodily secretians go bad ....

Woof woof
5 films, 5 achievers
What's that you say Lassie? There's a man trapped in the woods under the old elm tree, which was blown over during yesterday's storm. Clever dog, Lassie.

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Gentleman Ghost 
"Brevity: soul of wit."

USA

Posted - 01/11/2006 :  17:04:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Randa77

quote:
Originally posted by Gentleman Ghost

I have made 17 Accolades thus far:

Everything You Know is Wrong
Difficult. Review all the films which have at least one member of the Firesign Theatre in their cast. This one is a moving target. It started at 36 films, but it is growing. This is partially because I've been adding films to the database and partially because Phil Proctor does so much voiceover work. Some people completed it before the recent additions, but I don't remember who.




You kidding? It's me, bucko -- and I have my sights set on any Firesign challenge you ever may bring, [UH-CLEM].

P.S.: Never say "nearly impossible" around me...



Congratulations on re-achieving it!
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demon18c 
"Cinemaniac"

United Kingdom

Posted - 04/11/2006 :  23:05:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My accolade collection thus far...

Personally I like nothing more than an achievable accolade of ten films or less, so I think the majority of my creations reflect that. I also love specific graphics on awards - something I always do too! Click any of the following links to see the full accolade and its description.

Alternative Collection - 1997 (10)
Alternative Collection - 1998 (10)
Alternative Collection - 1999 (10)
Alternative Collection - 2000 (10)
Alternative Collection - 2001 (10)
Alternative Collection - 2002 (10)
Alternative Collection - 2003 (10)
Alternative Collection - 2004 (10)
Alternative Collection - 2005 (10)
Alternative Collection - 2006 (10)

Six so far, with more to come, and the contents subject to discovery of potentially better films - I've selected the ten best independent, quirky, foreign and generally less mainstream movies from each year, making sure there's no crossover with Rovark's massive and impressive "Essential Collection".

Along Came A Spider (3)
The three modern Spider-man movies.

Branagh in the Works (6)
Adaptations of Shakespeare's plays with Kenneth Branagh acting or directing.

Bruce's Dozen (12)
Twelve films starring Bruce Willis that feature numbers in their titles.

Cave of Wonders (9)
The nine Disney films from "The Little Mermaid" to "Tarzan".

Completely Barking (10)
The movie adaptations of Clive Barker's fiction, not including films without his direct involvement.

Demonic's 2006 (50)
The fifty films I saw in the cinema during 2006.

Demonic's 2007 (66)
The sixty-six films I saw in the cinema during 2007.

Face to Leatherface (6)
The "Texas Chainsaw" movies.

Films of the Dead (5)
George A Romero's "Living Dead" films.

Gift of the Gabriel (23)
Films featuring a Peter Gabriel score or one of his songs on the soundtrack.

I Am A Cameron (16)
The films and artistic collaborations of James Cameron.

Jeunet Survey (5)
The films of Jean-Pierre Jeunet.

King Harryhausen (15)
The films of special effects genius Ray Harryhausen.

Mann-hunter (10)
The films of Michael Mann.

Parker Master (14)
The films of Alan Parker.

Professional Cleaner (8)
The films of Luc Besson.

Roddy of Work (3)
The film adaptations of Roddy Doyle's "Barrytown Trilogy".

Run For It! (15)
A selection of films with "run" in their titles.

Something Fishy? (10)
A selection of films with 'fish' in the title.

Stone Cold Reviewer (16)
The films of Oliver Stone.

The Bull's Eye (7)
The films of Guillermo Del Toro.

The Exorcism of Anneliese Michel (2)
The two film adaptations of the true story of Annaliese Michel.

The Greatest Dane (13)
The feature length film adaptations of Shakespeare's "Hamlet".

The Green Man (3)
The three feature length films featuring The Incredible Hulk.

The Horror! The Horror (11)
An accolade of modern remakes of classic 70s and 80s horrors.

The Joy of X (3)
The X-men Trilogy.

The King of Drama (5)
Film adaptations of Stephen King's non-horror fiction.

The King of Horror (10)
Ten of the best film adaptations of Stephen King's horror fiction.

The Mamet Gamut (23)
The output of playwright and screenwriter David Mamet.

The Player King (8)
The Shakespearean films of Laurence Olivier.

The Play's The Thing - 1970s (29)
The Play's The Thing - 1980s (29)
The Play's The Thing - 1990s (27)
The Play's The Thing - 2000s (18)

Four accolades organised by decade of films that originated from the theatre (not including Shakespeare).

The State of Tennessee (8)
Eight of Tennessee Williams' best plays adapted into films.

They're here already! (4)
The four film versions of Jack Finney's novel "The Body Snatchers".

What's the Point? (14)
A selection of feature films with the word "point" in the title.

World Cinema - Berlin (17)
A selection of films set in Berlin.

World Cinema - Paris (21)
A selection of films set in Paris.

Year Of The Threequel (7)
An accolade of the abundance of third parts in 2007.

Edited by - demon18c on 24/06/2008 02:35:14
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Rovark 
"Luck-pushing, rule-bending, chance-taking reviewer"

UK

Posted - 09/11/2006 :  20:42:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My Accolades


I've put all my regular Accolades here and the Essential Collections on the next post.

I've the noted number of films and achievers for each accolade, as well as which ones below have a nice little trophy to go with them.

- updated as of 15-June-07


A boy named Marion
Well pilgrim, are you gonna review every film of the one and only Marion Morrison? or are you gonna Duke it out with me here and now. That'll be the day.
99 films 0 achievers Trophy

Admirable Crichton
A disparate collection of films based on novels by, or screenplays by Michael Crichton.
18 films 2 achievers

All Together Now!
Clear that throat, get your dancin' shoes on, take your partner by the hand and review these musical extravaganzas.
35 films 3 achievers Trophy

American Everyman
Jimmy Stewart, Idealist, romantic lead, amiable drunk, obsessive detective, principled underdog, vengeful killer, tragic loner. James Stewart could play 'em all, with an integrity 'The Method' can only dream of.
50 films 0 achievers Trophy

Bah Humbug!
Films based on A Christmas Carol and a certain Mr. Scrooge
18 films 0 achievers Trophy

Baker Street Irregular
You know his methods, now review films based around the greatest detective ever created. You know who. It's elementary my dear.
26 films 0 achievers Trophy

Big Jesse
Films featuring the biggest Jesse of all time, along with his brother Frank, the James brothers.
10 films 1 achiever Trophy

Bird In The Hand
Catch this accolade featuring birds in the title.
70 films 0 achievers Trophy

Body Of Work
Do you have the Stomach to review these 'Ear films about Body parts. Gird your Loins, keep your Nerve and put your Heart into it. You Nose you can do it.
353 166 films 0 achievers Trophy

Bonnie and Clyde
Boy meets girl, they rob banks, kill cops. 4 years later 167 bullets stop them dead.
5 films 5 achievers Trophy

British Bums-On-Seats Blockbusters
The top 100 Films in Britain, by the number of people who actually went to see them on the silver screen. According to the British Film Institute as of 2005
100 films 0 achievers Trophy

C. S. Forester
The Master of all Naval Commanders. Too few of his books made it to the big screen, but review the ones that did.
6 films 0 achiever Trophy

CAPITOL FILMS
Films featuring Capitol Cities in their title.
37 films 0 achievers Trophy

Chianti Drinker
Savour and digest every Hannibal Lecter movie.
4 films 50 achievers Trophy

Christine Escapes Starmans Thing on Foggy Halloween
Review the work of John Carpenter as a Director and trace his descent from greatness to mediocrity.
17 films 2 achievers Trophy

Confession's not always good for the soul
Review the dreadful soft-core 'comedies' of the British 70's.
4 films 0 achievers Trophy

Daphne Du Maurier
Sometimes dismissed as a 'romantic novelist', her filmography reveals a somewhat darker side, and all the better for it.
7 films 0 achievers Trophy

Debra Hill's Production Line
Review Debra Hill's filmography as a Producer.
13 films 3 achievers

Dickens Dramas
The works of Charles Dickens have provided inspiration for truly iconic charactors and some great films. And An All Dogs Christmas Carol
37 films 0 achievers Trophy


Dogged Reviewer
Don't be hounded into reviewing these films not about dogs.
35 films 0 achievers

Don't Call Me Scarface!
Chicago's very own Al Capone, a bad man who didn't pay his taxes.
7 films 4 achievers Trophy

Eleven
This dial goes up to eleven. Review the only films to have won 11 Oscars.
3 films 59 achievers

Elmore Leonard Be Cool
Films based on the works of Elmore Leonard. Great books, some of which have translated into pretty damn good films.
14 films 1 achiever

For Essential Collections, see next post


Film Philately
The films honoured in March 1990 when the US Postal Service issued four 25c stamps of 1939's very best.
4 films 13 achievers Trophy

Ford Focus classic version - Glen Ford
An actor from Hollywood's Golden Era with a career that spanned seven decades. He often played ordinary men under extraordinary circumstances.
35 films 0 achievers Trophy

Ford Focusing - John Ford
One of the greatest, most infuential film directors in cinema, though probably most famous for his westerns. His record of four Academy Awards for Best Director is unmatched. His influence stretched from Sergio Leone and Sam Peckinpah, to Orsen Welles, Akira Kurosawa and Martin Scorsese.
44 films 0 achievers Trophy

From My Cold Dead Hands
Review the films of Charlton Heston, Democrat, Civil Rights Activist, Republican, NRA Spokesman, - but always nothing less than a compelling actor.
61 films 0 achievers Trophy

Garner Some Local Support
Review James Garner's sublime Support Your Local ...series - to be seen as two companion pieces rather than prequel/sequel.
2 films 9 achievers Trophy

Great Cats
50 Films featuring the traditional great cats and a few other pretty darn big ones.
50 films 0 achievers Trophy

Greatest Movies Of All Time
The 100 greatest movies of all time. As voted for by the readers of Empire magazine 2004. You don't have to agree, just review them.
100 films 5 achievers Trophy

Howard Hawks
According to Leonard Maltin "the greatest American director who is not a household name," Known for his versatility, filming comedy, drama, gangster films, sci-fi and Westerns with consumate skill.
32 films 0 achievers Trophy

I Love My Dog ( As Much As I Love You )
Films featuring the names of Dog breeds.
22 films 0 achievers

Improvement Grant
Review the films of Cary Grant, some of the finest examples of their genres which have never been bettered.
58 films 0 achievers Trophy

In Like Flynn
Errol Flynn at his swashbuckling, heroic best.
28 films 0 achievers

It Was A Very Good Year
Celebrate the year of my birth by reviewing this eclectic mix of the sublime and the ridiculous.
52 films 0 achievers

Jack
I give you Whitechapel's most famous son, Jack The Ripper.
10 films 2 achievers Trophy

Jimmy Stewart's Finest
No, not the 'American Everyman' but the British actor, born 5 years to the month later and also named James Stewart. AKA Stewart Granger.
20 films 0 achievers Trophy

Jolly Good Adventures
Spiffing yarns, tales of daring do and cracking good adventures of old
59 films 0 achievers

Just Not Worthy
None of these films were even nominated for an Oscar, let alone a winner. They must be rubbish then right?
48 films 1 achiever

Karnstein Trilogy
Carmilla, Mircalla, whatever, the whole lesbian vampire genre just doesn't get much better than these Hammer offerings from the early 70's. Lust for A Vampire awaits addition.
3 films 1 achiever Trophy

King Kirby
Jack Kirby, aka The King, the greatest comic book artist bar none and creator or co-creator of charactors these films are based around. And they haven't even made Thor or Iron Man yet.
8 films 2 achievers Trophy

Laddie - Alan Ladd
A cover-boy face and only 5'5" tall, yet once he acquired that unsmiling hardness and calm controlled ferocity he allowed dangerous men to move away from brutish stereotype, portraying the killer as a cold angel.
26 films 0 achievers Trophy

Left Handed Gun
Billy the Kid. American folk-hero, misunderstood troubled youth, psychopath. You decide.
10 films 0 achievers Trophy

Margaret's marvellous Marple movies
Review Margaret Rutherford's four wonderful Miss Marple Murder movies, plus the Poirot film that she makes an 'in charactor' guest appearance in.
5 films 0 achievers Trophy

Mason Movies - James Mason
A prominent stage actor before moving to films, Mason's ability to suggest rampant emotion beneath a surface of absolute calm made him a fascinating performer and one of Britain's major stars from the Forties onwards. His brooding good looks and distinctive voice enabled him to play the leading man or menacing villain. Or, on occasion both, as the classic anti-hero.
51 films 0 achievers Trophy

Melifluous Matt Monro
Films with the theme song or featured track, sung by Mr Matt Monro.
6 films 3 achievers Trophy

Monster Movies
Movies that feature music by Stoner Metal Gods "Monster Magnet"
8 films 2 achievers Trophy

Monthly movies
Movies all featuring a month of the year .
58 films 0 achievers

Mouse Movies
The Duchy of Grand Fenwick may be small but it conquered the USA and won the Space Race. Review the Mouse Movies.
2 films 9 achievers Trophy

Name's Palmer, Harry Palmer
The real face of British intelligence. Review the original Harry Palmer trilogy (and forget the rubbish 90's cash-ins).
3 films 5 achievers Trophy

Nevermore
Films based on the works of Edgar Allan Poe.
20 films 0 achievers Trophy

Oliver Reed Memorial Cup
The late, great Olly Reed, uncompromising, always entertaining. This is one big cup and full to the brim. Review 'em all.
38 films 0 achievers

Once And Future King
King Arthur, England's greatest hero with his brotherhood of knights has appeared, sometimes fleetingly, in a variety of films. Only one has even been close to doing his legend justice (make your own mind up which). So still we wait for the day he will come ...
21 films 0 achievers Trophy

One Of The Family
Review every Godfather film. If you know what's good for you.
3 films 62 achievers Trophy

Order Of The Giggle-band
Ignore the knockers, be upstanding and review all 30 Carry Ons.
30 films 2 achievers Trophy

Oscar Winner
And the award goes to ... the reviewer of every Academy 'Best picture' winner.
79 films 3 achievers

Patrice Makes Perfect
Review the films of Patrice Leconte, one of France's most talented yet underrated Directors.
11 films 0 achievers Trophy

Peckinpah Perfection
Directed by Sam Peckinpah.
13 films 0 achievers

Pick of Peck's pics
Gregory Peck was the archetypal decent man, on and off screen, often playing courageous, noble good guys who saw injustice and fought it. Review his filmography
46 films 0 achievers Trophy

Planet Suite
I give you the Planet Suite, films featuring the planets of our own Solar system.
56 films 0 achievers Trophy

Precious Things
Films featuring the five classic precious stones, Diamond, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald and Amethyst.
19 films 0 achievers Trophy


Pretentious? Moi?
Review the triumphs of style over substance that are the films of Peter Greenaway.
13 films 2 achievers

Prince(ss) Of The Magic Kingdom
Review every full length animated Disney feature.
45 films 6 achievers Trophy

Rank Order
These films all feature military ranks in their title. Specifically the rank, not just the word, so Major Dundee counts, Major League doesn't.
58 films 0 achievers Trophy

Road Warrior
Be another hero. Review the Mad Max trilogy.
3 films 34 achievers Trophy

Roaring Gangsters
Classic gangster flicks from the thirties and forties.
12 films 6 achievers Trophy

Rovark's Foreign Legion
My favourite foreign language films. To be continued...
42 films 0 achievers Trophy

Rovark's Travels - Away
Titles which reflect places I've been to outside of dear old Blighty.
80 films 0 achievers Trophy

Rovark's Travels - Home
Titles which reflect places I've been to in dear old Blighty.
91 films 0 achievers Trophy

Scarlet Pimpernel Accolade
An accolade to seek here, there and everywhere Films about, or based on that "demmed ellusive Pimpernel"
5 films 1 achiever Trophy

Shere Sanders
George Sanders, his thorough Britishness and sauve, if menacing and ruthless air stood him in good stead in many movies. "A Professional Cad" and "A Dreadful Man" according to autobiograhy and friend's biography, there was a lot of him on that screen. But who else could have voiced Shere Khan.
43 films 0 achievers Trophy

Stevenson's rockets
Robert Louis Stevenson, the great Scottish novelist who's works inspired these films.
21 films 0 achievers Trophy

Stingkers
Further proof that great recording artistes should stick to singing and not even try to act. Review Sting's filmography so far.
21 films 0 achievers Trophy

Stinkers, Sailers, Soldiers, Spies
Try to review the film versions of Alistair Maclean's books and remember, don't get cross, get double-crossed.
9 films 3 achievers Trophy

Sturges Supreme
John Eliot Sturges - The Dean of big-budget action movies made during the 1950s and 1960s.
20 films 0 achievers

Sutherlands, like Father, Like Son.
Featuring the same acting talent as well as a physical likeness. Donald and Kiefer Sutherland.
121 films 0 achievers

The Adamson Family
The Lions trilogy, the story of Elsa, Joy and George Adamson.
3 films 7 achievers Trophy

The Wyatt Stuff
Films about , or at least featuring Wyatt Earp.
11 films 1 achiever Trophy

Victor Mature
AKA The Hunk, who specialised in historical epics. Not a great actor, but a great presence, when turned down from a golf club on the basis they did not accept actors as members responded "I'm not an actor - and I've got 67 films to prove it!"
25 films 0 achievers Trophy

Voyages Extraordinaires
Films based on the works of Jules Verne.
11 films 1 achiever

Who's The Mann
Anthony Mann, Director, father of Michael Mann
23 films 0 achievers

Wise Guy
Robert Wise, frequently forgotten and underated Director of everything from musicals to horror, war films, Sci-Fi.
26 films 0 achievers

Written by Philip Kaufman
These were all written by Philip Kaufman. Do him justice in 4 words or less.
9 films 2 achievers

Zodiac
Films that reflect the signs of the zodiac.
39 26 films 0 achievers Trophy

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Edited by - Rovark on 16/06/2007 23:03:56
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Rovark 
"Luck-pushing, rule-bending, chance-taking reviewer"

UK

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Ali 
"Those aren't pillows."

Posted - 01/12/2006 :  14:10:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I only have one. No achievers yet.

MORE COWBELL! He's got a fever; and the only prescription is more cowbell! Review all films starring Christopher "The cock of the walk, baby" Walken!
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