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05/03/2010 08:54:28 AM · #51
Originally posted by love:

I've never seen anything like this.. after 3 votes last night I had a 4.6667 and now I wake up to a 6.6?? OMG

That's crazy! Usually it's the other way around. Good for you.
05/03/2010 09:37:42 AM · #52
This is just so hilarious. I have seriously been screaming when they pop up on my screen. Way to go, Imagineers!!! I haven't given out 7 10's EVER!!! I have to say, I gave higher scores to those that looked like a true poster, including credits, ratings, etc.

Votes: 37
Views: 124
Avg Vote: 5.4054
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0
05/03/2010 10:01:46 AM · #53
Originally posted by h2:

1 vote: 6.0
12 votes:6.0
13 votes: 6.0
18 votes: 6.0
19 votes 6.0
20 votes: 6.0
There seems to be a distinct pattern...


wow, so stable. 0.0
05/03/2010 10:09:07 AM · #54
Comment #1 = DNMC

Comment #2 = My Hero ' . substr('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', strrpos('//www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21.gif', '/') + 1) . ' whiterook loved it.

Need I say more?!

Message edited by author 2010-05-03 11:24:06.
05/03/2010 10:10:46 AM · #55
Votes: 49
Views: 142
Avg Vote: 6.2449
Comments: 3

These are a riot! What fun to look through the entries!
05/03/2010 10:48:26 AM · #56
Stats: You have rated 215 of 216 images (100%) in this challenge.
You have given an average score of 6.4930.

I didn't enter, but was more than glad to vote!
05/03/2010 11:39:00 AM · #57
You have rated 212 of 215 images (99%) in this challenge.
You have commented on 63 images (29%) in this challenge.
You have given an average score of 6.4575.

My score sucks but I'm still chuckling at some of them. Anyone who can make my 15 year old smile at 8 a.m. gets a 10 from me. :)
05/03/2010 11:44:23 AM · #58
Lot's of great posters in this challenge. Can't wait to vote.

Votes: 50
Views: 184
Avg Vote: 6.7800
Comments: 7
Favorites: 0
05/03/2010 11:49:10 AM · #59
Fairly pleased over here. If this holds up it'll be on my profile page.

Votes: 60
Views: 186
Avg Vote: 6.8000
Comments: 4
05/03/2010 12:38:54 PM · #60
Originally posted by pjotre7:

And mine is certainly being rejected by you voters....

Votes: 36
Views: 113
Avg Vote: 5.0833
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0


rejected by voters are a good thing that mean you did the challenge!
05/03/2010 12:42:02 PM · #61
Stats:
You have rated 215 of 215 images (100%) in this challenge.
You have commented on 179 images (83%) in this challenge.
You have given an average score of 4.9488.
There are Too many great posters instead rejected posters
05/03/2010 12:42:08 PM · #62
Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by pjotre7:

And mine is certainly being rejected by you voters....

Votes: 36
Views: 113
Avg Vote: 5.0833
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0


rejected by voters are a good thing that mean you did the challenge!


Don't worry some voters never read the entire challenge description, "or a poster from movie that was rejected". so I am sure there are voter police out there hitting images harder because they did not fully understand the challenge.
05/03/2010 01:09:13 PM · #63
Originally posted by PapaBob:

Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by pjotre7:

And mine is certainly being rejected by you voters....

Votes: 36
Views: 113
Avg Vote: 5.0833
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0


rejected by voters are a good thing that mean you did the challenge!


Don't worry some voters never read the entire challenge description, "or a poster from movie that was rejected". so I am sure there are voter police out there hitting images harder because they did not fully understand the challenge.


Or maybe because they do understand the challenge and the photographer did not. To me, many would make very good movie posters and not rejected posters. I'm struggling with how to vote on these myself because some are well done, but they look like real movies or could be real posters for a movie that exists.
05/03/2010 01:25:13 PM · #64
Originally posted by Ken:

Originally posted by PapaBob:

Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by pjotre7:

And mine is certainly being rejected by you voters....

Votes: 36
Views: 113
Avg Vote: 5.0833
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0


rejected by voters are a good thing that mean you did the challenge!


Don't worry some voters never read the entire challenge description, "or a poster from movie that was rejected". so I am sure there are voter police out there hitting images harder because they did not fully understand the challenge.


Or maybe because they do understand the challenge and the photographer did not. To me, many would make very good movie posters and not rejected posters. I'm struggling with how to vote on these myself because some are well done, but they look like real movies or could be real posters for a movie that exists.


I think everyone knew voting would be hard on this one but reading the entire description allows either a rejected poster or a poster from a rejected movie. To me it's kind of a free study movie poster challenge but voters seem to always look for a reason to vote down rather than vote up so I am not surprised there is a hard line for some voters on their interpretation.
05/03/2010 01:31:38 PM · #65
Originally posted by Ken:

Originally posted by PapaBob:

Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by pjotre7:

And mine is certainly being rejected by you voters....

Votes: 36
Views: 113
Avg Vote: 5.0833
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0


rejected by voters are a good thing that mean you did the challenge!


Don't worry some voters never read the entire challenge description, "or a poster from movie that was rejected". so I am sure there are voter police out there hitting images harder because they did not fully understand the challenge.


Or maybe because they do understand the challenge and the photographer did not. To me, many would make very good movie posters and not rejected posters. I'm struggling with how to vote on these myself because some are well done, but they look like real movies or could be real posters for a movie that exists.


They could look perfectly fine and have a misspelled word, or title or director...anything could be taken for rejection. On the other hand in the movie business various posters are presented for a single movie and NOT ALL of them make it to the end, and that does not mean there was ANYTHING wrong with them... you can see samples on this site:
Rejected Movie Posters

05/03/2010 01:33:05 PM · #66
Originally posted by PapaBob:

I think everyone knew voting would be hard on this one but reading the entire description allows either a rejected poster or a poster from a rejected movie. To me it's kind of a free study movie poster challenge but voters seem to always look for a reason to vote down rather than vote up so I am not surprised there is a hard line for some voters on their interpretation. [/quote]

Very well said.

Message edited by author 2010-05-03 13:34:23.
05/03/2010 02:07:59 PM · #67
Originally posted by PapaBob:

Originally posted by Ken:

Originally posted by PapaBob:

Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by pjotre7:

And mine is certainly being rejected by you voters....

Votes: 36
Views: 113
Avg Vote: 5.0833
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0


rejected by voters are a good thing that mean you did the challenge!


Don't worry some voters never read the entire challenge description, "or a poster from movie that was rejected". so I am sure there are voter police out there hitting images harder because they did not fully understand the challenge.


Or maybe because they do understand the challenge and the photographer did not. To me, many would make very good movie posters and not rejected posters. I'm struggling with how to vote on these myself because some are well done, but they look like real movies or could be real posters for a movie that exists.


I think everyone knew voting would be hard on this one but reading the entire description allows either a rejected poster or a poster from a rejected movie. To me it's kind of a free study movie poster challenge but voters seem to always look for a reason to vote down rather than vote up so I am not surprised there is a hard line for some voters on their interpretation.


There has to be a line somewhere, and for me in this challenge the "rejected" has to show, even if subtle.
05/03/2010 06:51:21 PM · #68
Originally posted by Ken:

Originally posted by PapaBob:

Originally posted by Ken:

Originally posted by PapaBob:

Originally posted by whiterook:

Originally posted by pjotre7:

And mine is certainly being rejected by you voters....

Votes: 36
Views: 113
Avg Vote: 5.0833
Comments: 1
Favorites: 0


rejected by voters are a good thing that mean you did the challenge!


Don't worry some voters never read the entire challenge description, "or a poster from movie that was rejected". so I am sure there are voter police out there hitting images harder because they did not fully understand the challenge.


Or maybe because they do understand the challenge and the photographer did not. To me, many would make very good movie posters and not rejected posters. I'm struggling with how to vote on these myself because some are well done, but they look like real movies or could be real posters for a movie that exists.


I think everyone knew voting would be hard on this one but reading the entire description allows either a rejected poster or a poster from a rejected movie. To me it's kind of a free study movie poster challenge but voters seem to always look for a reason to vote down rather than vote up so I am not surprised there is a hard line for some voters on their interpretation.


There has to be a line somewhere, and for me in this challenge the "rejected" has to show, even if subtle.


Well I guess it is possible for some people to know everything about every movie out there and be able to figure out which posters or Proposed movie ideas could possibly have been rejected. I guess I am just lucky because I am not very smart about movies so I can just vote on what I like. Ignorance in this case is bliss, I can just enjoy the images even the fake ones, oh wait they are all fake, hmmmmm......:)
05/03/2010 07:50:03 PM · #69
Me too. I haven't been to a theater since Titanic first came out. Can't remember the one before that.....Lol. I wait until they come out on DVD. I'm loving this challenge. Some awesome work.

Originally posted by PapaBob:

Well I guess it is possible for some people to know everything about every movie out there and be able to figure out which posters or Proposed movie ideas could possibly have been rejected. I guess I am just lucky because I am not very smart about movies so I can just vote on what I like. Ignorance in this case is bliss, I can just enjoy the images even the fake ones, oh wait they are all fake, hmmmmm......:)
05/03/2010 07:57:26 PM · #70
Originally posted by ace flyman:

Me too. I haven't been to a theater since Titanic first came out. Can't remember the one before that.....Lol. I wait until they come out on DVD. I'm loving this challenge. Some awesome work.

Originally posted by PapaBob:

Well I guess it is possible for some people to know everything about every movie out there and be able to figure out which posters or Proposed movie ideas could possibly have been rejected. I guess I am just lucky because I am not very smart about movies so I can just vote on what I like. Ignorance in this case is bliss, I can just enjoy the images even the fake ones, oh wait they are all fake, hmmmmm......:)


How I read the entire challenge description is if you believe the image is rejected you will vote high, very simple!
05/03/2010 08:02:04 PM · #71
Originally posted by whiterook:



How I read the entire challenge description is if you believe the image is rejected you will vote high, very simple!


So if I got a comment that reads "Great Poster", for example, that wouldn't be a good thing so far as scoring is concerned?
05/03/2010 08:16:34 PM · #72
I didn't read into the challenge description to produce a crappy poster, just one that was rejected. It could be as subtle as slightly different colors, fonts, location of the fonts. Hell, they are all rejections, I didn't see one actor that I recognize.......Lol. I'm surely not going to google the original to make sure....Lol......Hey, that's just me.
05/03/2010 10:19:13 PM · #73
Originally posted by whiterook:

Stats:
You have rated 215 of 215 images (100%) in this challenge.
You have commented on 179 images (83%) in this challenge.
You have given an average score of 4.9488.
There are Too many great posters instead rejected posters


I guess rejection (like everything else in life) is in the eye of the beholder. I don't know what you think of mine, so if you would be so kind to finish commenting, that would help. I'm currently sitting pretty at a 6.71.
05/03/2010 10:29:43 PM · #74
I think the whole point of this challenge was to have fun. Many took this as a chance to poke fun at some movies, and get creative with some word play on the movie titles.

This challenge had so many creative, and unique entries... I had a tonne of fun voting for them.
05/03/2010 10:30:57 PM · #75
Originally posted by love:

Originally posted by whiterook:

Stats:
You have rated 215 of 215 images (100%) in this challenge.
You have commented on 179 images (83%) in this challenge.
You have given an average score of 4.9488.
There are Too many great posters instead rejected posters


I guess rejection (like everything else in life) is in the eye of the beholder. I don't know what you think of mine, so if you would be so kind to finish commenting, that would help. I'm currently sitting pretty at a 6.71.


Don't you feel your leg being pulled?
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