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Old 12-14-2012, 03:48 AM   #41
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2000's was the absolute worst decade in cinema's history. And by the looks of it, YOU are the problem. I would be embarrassed if my collection looked like what I see here.
Almost 30% of my collection is from the 2000's and I'm certainly not embarrassed by that. Anyway you don't judge a collection by which decade is the most represented. Even if some decades have produced more Great movies than others, every decade had it's share of Masterpieces and bad movies.

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2000's at 46%, kinda surprised
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Big surprise here is the 70s, which I think of as a great decade for film but is somehow severely underrated in my collection.

Alien, Superman, Jaws, Bite the Bullet, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, World on a Wire, The Asphyx, The Godfather, The Godfather Part 2, Solaris, Walkabout, Frenzy and Family Plot from the Hitchcock box, Diamonds are Forever, Live and Let Die, The Man With the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker from the Bond box. . .

Part of it is that a lot of 70s films I already had on DVD and don't watch often enough to upgrade.

I think I'm also ready to start culling post-2000 stuff that I enjoyed a lot when it came out but which I don't end up re-watching as often as expected.
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2000's was the absolute worst decade in cinema's history. And by the looks of it, YOU are the problem. I would be embarrassed if my collection looked like what I see here.
Are you being serious? Could it have anything to do with the fact that there are more movies being released from that decade than, say, the thirties?
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I would've thought that the 90's would be a clear winner for me, but I guess not? I am assuming that movies in sets find their way into their respective years, i.e. the Bond Collection.
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Most everyone has more BDs from the 2000s than any other decade, which is not surprising as a majority of available BDs are from that decade.
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