Tuesday, January 3, 2012

2011 Stats

Here are some stats for how I spent my 2011. The arrows indicate how it compares to last year's numbers.

Movies seen for the first time: 246.5 (↑1)
Movies rewatched: 61 (↓26)
Total: 307.5 (↓25)
Movies seen in the theater (including rewatches): 169.5 (↓34.5)

Short films watched: 48 (↑15)
Short films rewatched: 3 (↓5)

Audio commentaries listened to: 12 (↑11)
Seasons of TV watched: 19 (↓9)
Books Read: 6 (↓2)
Plays Seen: 2 (↑1)
Concerts Gone To: 3 (↑1)
Comedy Shows Gone To: 19 (↑11)

Watched the most movies in October (45).
Watched the least movies in July (14).
Watched the most movies in the theater in October (29).
Watched the least movies in the theater in December (7).

First movie watched in 2011: The People Under the Stairs (starring Everett McGill and Wendy Robie from Twin Peaks)
Last movie watched in 2011: Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (not starring Everett McGill or Wendy Robie from Twin Peaks)

Top Ten Best Films I Watched for the First Time*
1. Deadly Friend (1986)
2. Mac and Me (1988)
3. Reform School Girls (1986)
4. The Peanut Butter Solution (1985)
5. Captain EO (1986)
6. The Six Thousand Dollar Nigger (1979)
7. Memento (2000)
8. Death Spa (1990)
9. Boxer's Omen (1983)
10. The Fly (1986)

*Some of these I had seen before at some point in my life, but I either didn't remember them or was affected by them in a different way this year, so it felt like "the first time." This doesn't include 2011 releases, by the way.
Also, and this isn't related to the asterisk, but I saw three of these films within a 24 hour period, which is kind of crazy.

Pie Charts
I normally do Countries and Ratings as well, but they always look exactly the same every year, so it doesn't seem that interesting anymore. I know Decades and Formats also look essentially the same every year, but I like them more.

Full breakdown of formats
35mm: 110
DVD: 56
Blu-ray: 13
Roku/Instant: 36
TV: 3
VHS: 6
DCP: 31
Projected Blu-ray/Other HD: 16
Projected DVD: 10
Download/DVD-R: 21
70mm: 1
16mm: 2
Laserdisc: 1
Of those, 10 were in 3D (9 DCP, 1 70mm)

As for Countries, the places I watched the most films from besides the US are the UK, Canada, Germany, and France.

As for Ratings, I liked 94% of everything, and didn't see a single film I hated.

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