I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue: Vol. 11 (Unabridged) – BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue: Vol. 11 (Unabridged)

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Genre: Comedy

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Publish Date: September 22, 2009

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1. Nightcrawler — 29 pts. (out of a possible 50 pts.)
2. Foxcatcher — 21 pts.
3. Stranger By The Lake — 17 pts.
4. (tie) Boyhood 16 pts.
Ida 16 pts.


1. Dan Gilroy for Nightcrawler — 27 pts.
2. Bennett Miller for Foxcatcher — 22 pts.
3. Pawel Pawlikoska for Ida — 16 pts.
4. (tie) Alain Guiraudie for Stranger By The Lake — 15 pts.
Richard Linklater for Boyhood — 15 pts.


Jake Gyllenhall for Nightcrawler by acclamation

1. Jake Gyllenhaal for Nightcrawler — 35 pts.
2. Tom Hardy for The Drop and Locke — 19 pts.
3. Oscar Isaac for A Most Violent Year and The Two Faces of January — 16 pts.
4. Joaquin Phoenix for The Immigrant and Inherent Vice –10 pts.
5. Channing Tatum for Foxcatcher — 9 pts.


1. Essie Davis for The Babadook — 24 pts.
2. Emmanuelle Seigner for Venus In Fur — 21 pts.
3. Marion Cotillard for The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night — 18 pts.
4. (tie) Amy Adams for Big Eyes –11 pts.
Lisa Loven Kingsli for Force Majeure — 11 pts.


1. Ethan Hawke for Boyhood — 23 pts.
2. Riz Ahmed for Nightcrawler — 15 pts.
3. (tie) Patrick d’Assumçao for Stranger By The Lake — 12 pts.
Jeremy Renner for The Immigrant –12 pts.
5. Mark Ruffalo for Foxcatcher — 9 pts.


1. Agata Kulesza for Ida — 27 pts.
2. Renee Russo for Nightcrawler — 21 pts.
3. Tilda Swinton for The Grand Budapest Hotel and Snowpiercer — 16 pts.
4. Marion Bailey for Mr. Turner –13 pts.
5. Bharati Achrekar for The Lunchbox — 9 pts.


1. Dan Gilroy for Nightcrawler — 37 pts.
2. Ritesh Batre for The Lunchbox — 17 pts.
3. E. Max Frye and Dan Futterman for Foxcatcher — 16 pts.
4. Alain Guiraudie for Stranger By The Lake –12 pts.
5. Richard Linklater for Boyhood — 10 pts.


1. Robert Elswit for Inherent Vice and Nightcrawler — 31 pts.
2. Ryszard Lenczewski and Lukasz Zal for Ida — 26 pts.
3. Dick Pope for Mr. Turner — 20 pts.
4. Greig Fraser for The Gambler and Foxcatcher — 20 pts.
5. Emmanuel Lubezki for Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance) — 7 pts.


1. Suzie Davies for Mr. Turner — 23 pts.
2. Jess Gonchor for Foxcatcher — 19 pts.
3. Rick Heinrichs for Big Eyes — 16 pts.
4. Kevin Kavanaugh for Nightcrawler –13 pts.
5. Josefin Åsberg for Force Majeure — 12 pts.


1. Mica Levi for Under The Skin — 21 pts.
2. James Newton Howard for Nightcrawler — 19 pts.
3. Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for Gone Girl — 14 pts.
5. Danny Elfman for Big Eyes–10 pts.
5. Alexandre Desplat for The Grand Budapest Hotel –9 pts.


1. (tie) Jay Cassidy, Stuart Levy and Conor O’Neill for Foxcatcher — 12 pts.
Simon Njoo for The Babadook — 12 pts.
3. Jean Christophe Hym for Stranger By The Lake — 11 pts.
4. Sandra Adair for Boyhood –9 pts.
5. Justine Wright for Locke — 7 pts.


1. (tie) Jacqueline Durran for Mr. Turner — 23 pts.
Kasia Walicka-Maimone for Foxcatcher and A Most Violent Year — 23 pts.
3. Milena Cononero for The Grand Budapest Hotel — 13 pts.
4. (tie) Colleen Atwood for Big Eyes and Into The Woods –10 pts.
Maja Meschede and Anna B. Sheppard for Fury — 10 pts.

SOMINEX (The movie that put you to sleep)

1. The Monuments Men — 21 pts.
2. Into The Woods — 13 pts.
3. Jersey Boys — 7 pts.
4. (tie) Birdman: Or (The Unexpected Virtue Of Ignorance) 5 pts.
The Congress — 5 pts.
Exhibition — 5 pts.
Only Lovers Left Alive — 5 pts.

DRAMAMINE (The film that made you sick)

1 The Imitation Game — 23 pts.
2. Whiplash — 12 pts.
3. Nymphomaniac — 10 pts.
4. The Lego Movie — 9 pts.
5. Into The Woods — 8 pts.


1. Lilla Crawford for Into The Woods — 25 pts.
2. Sofía Vergara for Chef — 18 pts.
3. Meryl Streep for Into The Woods — 14 pts.
4. Kate Winslet for Labor Day — 6 pts.
5. (tie) Keira Knightley for Begin Again and The Imitation Game — 9 pts.
Elizabeth Olsen for Godzilla and Very Good Girls — 9 pts.
Rosamund Pike for Gone Girl — 9 pts.
Robin Wright for The Congress — 9 pts.


1. The entire cast of The Monuments Men — 17 pts.
2. Noah Wiseman for The Babadook — 16 pts.
3. Tom Wilkinson for Selma — 16 pts.
4. Benedict Cumberbatch for The Imitation Game –11 pts.
5. (tie) Johnny Depp for Into The Woods — 7 pts.
J. K. Simmons for Whiplash — 7 pts.

For an explanation of voting, a list of winners from past years and more, go here.


1. Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock, 1960) (69 pts./941 pts.) (see note at bottom for explanation of pts.)
2. The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960) (65/973)
3. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (John Ford, 1962) (62/958)
4. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick, 1968) (58/801)
5. Chimes At Midnight (Orson Welles, 1965) (50/864)
6. Once Upon A Time In The West (Sergio Leone, 1968) (49/808)
7. The Birds (Alfred Hitchcock, 1963) (42/790)
8. Marnie (Alfred Hitchcock, 1964) (38/778)
9. When A Woman Ascends The Stairs (Mikio Naruse, 1960) (31/776)
10. Contempt (Jean-Luc Godard, 1963) (30/796)

11. Bunny Lake Is Missing (Otto Preminger, 1965) (61/745)
12. High and Low (Akira Kurosawa, 1963) (58/747)
13. Gertrud (Carl Theodor Dryer, 1964) (56/764)
14. Le Samouraï (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1967) (53/708)
15. Army Of Shadows (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1969) (50/754)
16. Home From The Hill (Vincente Minnelli, 1960) (47/733)
17. An Autumn Afternoon (Yasujirô Ozu, 1962) (45/730)
18. Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1966) (42/740)
19. Band Of Outsiders (Jean-Luc Godard, 1964) (41/774)
20. The Big City (Satyajit Ray, 1963) (32/744)

21. Play Dirty (André De Toth, 1969) (56/664)
22. Point Blank (John Boorman, 1967) (56/666)
23. Les Bonnes Femmes (Claude Chabrol, 1960) (53/649)
24. Inside Daisy Clover (Robert Mulligan, 1965) (53/677)
25. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb (Stanley Kubrick, 1964) (50/674)
26. Advise And Consent (Otto Preminger, 1962) (49/668)
27. They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? (Sydney Pollack, 1969) (47/632)
28. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (Sergio Leone, 1966) (46/700)
29. L’Eclisse (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1962) (44/627)
30. Peeping Tom (Michael Powell, 1960) (41/630)

31. Petulia (Richard Lester, 1968) (59/592)
32. Viridiana (Luis Buñuel, 1961) (57/589)
33. The Wild Bunch (Sam Peckinpah, 1969) (55/578)
34. L’Avventura (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1960) (51/616)
35. Samurai Rebellion (Masaki Kobayashi, 1967) (50/604)
36. The Leopard (Luchino Visconti, 1963) (47/627)
37. Mouchette (Robert Bresson, 1967) (45/596)
38. Belle De Jour (Luis Buñuel, 1967) (43/598)
39. Winter Light (Ingmar Bergman, 1963) (43/608)
40. Breathless (Jean-Luc Godard, 1960) (42/620)

41. Shock Corridor (Samuel Fuller, 1963) (60/554)
42. Ride The High Country (Sam Peckinpah, 1962) (58/554)
43. The Manchurian Candidate (John Frankenheimer, 1962) (57/576)
44. Rosemary’s Baby (Roman Polanski, 1968) (52/560)
45. What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (Robert Aldrich, 1962) (51/546)
46. Knife In The Water (Roman Polanski, 1962) (51/560)
47. The Exterminating Angel (Luis Buñuel, 1962) (46/574)
48. Bonnie And Clyde (Arthur Penn, 1967) (45/572)
49. Jules And Jim (François Truffaut, 1962) (38/533)
50. Shoot The Piano Player (François Truffaut, 1960) (37/553)

51. The Servant (Joseph Losey, 1963) (58/496)
52. Closely Watched Trains (Jirí Menzel, 1966) (57/492)
53. The Naked Kiss (Samuel Fuller, 1964) (54/525)
54. Rocco And His Brothers (Luchino Visconti, 1960) (52/502)
55. Eyes Without A Face Georges Franju, 1962) (51/518)
56. Comanche Station (Budd Boetticher, 1960) (47, 512)
57. Vivre Sa Vie (Jean-Luc Godard, 1962) (47/500)
58. Playtime (Jacques Tati, 1967) (46/492)
59. Cleo From 5 To 7 (Agnès Varda, 1962) (45/497)
60. Pierrot Le Fou (Jean-Luc Godard, 1965) (38/499)

61. The Sorrow And The Pity (Marcel Ophuls, 1969) (67/479)
62. Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966) (65/485)
63. The Hustler (Robert Rossen, 1961) (56/465)
64. The Battle Of Algiers (Gillo Pontecorvo, 1966) (55/490)
65. La Jetée (Chris Marker, 1962) (51/474)
66. Wild River (Elia Kazan, 1960) (48/465)
67. Au Hasard Balthazar (Robert Bresson, 1966) (48/472)
68. The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg (Jacques Demy, 1964) (46/485)
69. Splendor In The Grass (Elia Kazan, 1961) (41/468)
70. El Dorado (Howard Hawks, 1966) (29/489)

71. Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (Russ Meyer, 1965) (60/432)
72. The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner (Tony Richardson, 1962) (60/457)
73. Two Weeks In Another Town (Vincente Minnelli, 1962) (50/438)
74. My Night At Maud’s (Eric Rohmer, 1969) (50/454)
75. Yojimbo (Akira Kurosawa, 1961) (49/430)
76. Breakfast At Tiffany’s (Blake Edwards, 1961) (47/449)
77. A Hard Day’s Night (Richard Lester, 1964) (47, 442)
78. Salesman (Albert Maysles, David Maysles, Charlotte Zwerin, 1968) (44/441)
79. Lawrence Of Arabia (David Lean, 1962) (44/444)
80. Two For The Road (Stanley Donen, 1967) (43/443)

81. Night Of The Living Dead (George A. Romero, 1968) (61/409)
82. The Taking Of Power By Louis XIV (Roberto Rossellini, 1966) (52/422)
83. Valley Of The Dolls (Mark Robson, 1967) (51/393)
84. La Dolce Vita (Federico Fellini, 1960) (51/410)
85. One, Two, Three (Billy Wilder, 1961) (51/425)
86. Charade (Stanley Donen, 1963) (50/395)
87. Repulsion (Roman Polanski, 1965) (49/428)
88. Lolita (Stanley Kubrick, 1962) (48/413)
89. Persona (Ingmar Bergman, 1966) (47/426)
90. Alphaville (Jean-Luc Godard, 1965) (35/415)

91. I Am Cuba (Mikhail Kalatozov, 1964) (60/338)
92. Planet Of The Apes (Franklin J Schaffner, 1968) (59/277)
93. The Dirty Dozen (Robert Aldrich, 1967) (58/314)
94. The Nutty Professor (Jerry Lewis, 1963) (53/383)
95. Dont Look Back (D.A. Pennebaker, 1967) (51/291)
96. A Shot In The Dark (Blake Edwards, 1964) (49/370)
97. The Producers (Mel Brooks, 1967) (49/337)
98. The President’s Analyst (Theodore J. Flicker, 1967) (47/250)
99. The Pink Panther (Blake Edwards, 1964) (35/278)
100. Gunn (Blake Edwards, 1967) (34/219)


1960 — 12 movies XXXXXXXXXXXX
1961 — 07 movies XXXXXXX
1963 — 10 movies XXXXXXXXXX
1964 — 10 movies XXXXXXXXXX
1965 — 7 movies XXXXXXX
1966 — 9 movies XXXXXXXXX
1967 — 14 movies XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
1968 — 07 movies XXXXXXX
1969 — 06 movies XXXXXX

For an explanation on how the voting was done, go here.

For more IRA lists, like the Top 100 Films Of All Time, the Top 100 Films of the 1950s and so on, go here.

For my personal list of the best films of all time, by year, go here.


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