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Who's the weirdest director in Hollywood? Lynch? Von Trier? What was the best film of the year? Take a survey and see how other cinephiles think and you could win a DVD for your efforts. Be sure to leave a comment so I know who to include in the pool.

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Juicy said…
Took the poll.

Am I to assume the DVD is Inception?
Fitz said…
You would assume correctly.
Tom Clift said…
So many choices for weirdest director! Went with Lynch in the end
Jude Law as James Bond? Really?
rtm said…
I think I've taken it before but I took it again so you got the credit :)

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