You Voted! You Ranked! The Best Movies Voted By Gold Coast Library Customers of New DVDs That Hit Our Shelves Over the Past Year!

Well we’ve just seen the Oscars, and who some rich Hollywood snobby types thought were the best movies of 2016 and 2017. But what do every day regular Gold Coast residents think were the best movies of the past year? Well we asked you, you logged in with library you cards, and you told us.

This is a list and coverage of the rankings given to every movie that was added to our collection that was delivered by our supplier between the start of January 2016 and February 22 2017. If you don’t know how to rate something in our catalogue click here.  Data was compiled on February 28 2017. It doesn’t include the 96 movies that were yet to be delivered by our supplier, since it would be pretty pointless as most have no rankings, some aren’t released on DVD yet and some are even still in cinemas. But if it arrived in a library for the first time since January last year, we had a look at how you ranked it. Although a lot were movies that were in the cinemas in 2016, this list also includes titles City Libraries Gold Coast put on our shelves for the first time including some classics.

To be honest when I started this project I thought more people would have contributed to the best and worst films. It would have been easy to say with a sample size of ten rankings as a cut off what films won their respective categories. But unfortunately you guys haven’t yet embraced the ranking of movies, that you were suddenly able to do with Encore the new library catalogue, becoming operational last year. Most titles don’t have a great number of rankers to give too accurate a result, some no one ranked at all. Interestingly it’s your more less known movies that stimulated more people to rank them then your heavily marketed “blockbusters”. Jem & the Holograms had the highest number of rankers with 20, and achieved an impressive 4.9 out of five. Does that make it win the Golden Coaster for Gold Coast Library Customers’ Best Film for the inaugural Coaster Awards? You could argue that, but then again Even Lambs Have Teeth got the second highest number of votes, with 16 and achieved a perfect score five? If we’re going with a cut off sample size voters reached with say ten for best film then Even Lambs Have Teeth takes out the title. Landmine Goes Click takes out the Silver Coaster with 14 votes and The Mermaid won the Bronzed Coaster with 13 of you voting it five stars.

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Like any good award ceremony, we also like to acknowledge the worst films that hit our shelves. The worst film with a ranking of one with the highest number of one star voters, with seven of them was a tie between Doggone Christmas and Woodlawn. Although The Good Dinosaur with a ranking of 1.36 and Hail Caesar with 1.4 were voted their rankings by 11 and 9 library customers respectively. So with the cut off number of 10 library customers needed to win the major category of worst film and the Brown Coaster that comes with it, Good Dinosaur takes the title.

Now let’s look at the winners of all the genre categories. All votes were tallied on February 28 2017, you can see all 453 films listed in alphabetical order at the bottom of this page, along with how may of you voted for them, and of course their rankings. Yes it was a very tedious task.  You can of course still rank these movies if you disagree to help future borrowers with their borrowing decisions. Since we have such as small number of voters, the cut off for eligibility to win a Golden, Silver, Bronzed or Brown Coaster was five library customer rankings. A ranking of one or two qualifies to be eligible for a Brown Coaster, since a three or above indicates, viewers liked it at least a little.

Thriller Film Coaster
Our best film three coaster winners were all thrillers so Even Lambs Have Teeth (Golden) Landmine Goes Click (Silver) and The Mermaid (Bronzed). To Die For and older movie starring Nicole Kidman got (Brown)

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Australia or New Zealand Made (since we tell the rest of the world anything good from there is Australian anyway, Film Coaster
Australiens (Golden), Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Silver) The Shallows (Bronzed). There was no film for this category with high enough number of rankers to award a Brown Coaster, Stone and Catsick Blues were the highest one star rating films, each with three voters.

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Parenting Film Coaster
Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Golden), Goodnight Mommy (Silver), Blood Father (Bronzed) There was no film for this category with high enough number of rankers to award a Brown Coaster to but Midnight Special with an average ranking of 2.33 by three library customers was the next highest.

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Roadtrip Film Coaster
Even Lambs Have Teeth (Golden), Dear Eleanor (Silver), Green Room (Bronzed), Dirty Grandpa (Brown)

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Survival in the Jungle/Rainforest Film Coaster
Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Golden) The Jungle Book (Silver) Legend of Tarzan (Bronzed), Good Dinosaur (Brown)

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Assassin/Government Agent Film Coaster
The Mermaid (Golden), Grimsby (Silver), Zoolander 2 (Bronzed) Doggone Christmas (Brown)
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Comedy Film Coaster
The Mermaid (Golden), Australiens (Silver), Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Bronzed), The Night Before (Brown)

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Vengeance Film Coaster
Even Lambs Have Teeth (Golden) Landmine Goes Click (Silver) Deadpool (Bronzed) Good Dinosaur (Brown)

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Fugitive Film Coaster
Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Golden), Dear Eleanor (Silver), Blood Father (Bronzed), Doggone Christmas (Brown)

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Kidnap Victim Film Coaster
Even Lambs Have Teeth (Golden) Zootopia (Silver), Keanu (Bronzed) Hail Caesar (Brown)

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Musician, Band or Music Industry Set Flick
Jem and the Holograms (Golden) Green Room (Silver) No Film Qualified for The Bronzed Coaster, Yoga Hosers was the next highest ranked 5 stars on three votes. No Film Qualified for Brown. Ordinary World on 1.67 rank with 3 votes was the next highest.

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Dating, Finding Love, the Right Guy (a.k.a. the Chick Flick) Coaster
On the Twelfth Day of Christmas (Golden), Bad Moms (Silver), Pride Prejudice & Zombies (Bronzed). The Choice (Brown)

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Found Footage, Video Upload, Web Camera or Other Non Conventionally Filmed Movie Film Coaster
The Visit (Golden), Unfriended (Silver),No film qualified for Bronzed. Scare Campaign was the next highest, rated 5 stars with three voters. No film qualified for Brown, the next was ironically the remake of the first big hit in the found footage genre Blair Witch which ranked 2.25 with 4 voters.

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Creatures Trying to Kill Humans Film Coaster
Krampus (Golden), Ghostbusters (Silver), Goosebumps: Stories are Alive (Bronzed) No film qualified for Brown, Red Billabong with a ranking of two from four voters was the next highest.

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Set in Space or Aliens Visit Earth Sci-Fi Film Coaster
Australiens (Golden), 10 Cloverfield Lane (Silver), The 5thWave (Bronzed), No film qualified for Brown, the closest was Independence Day Resurgence ranked 2 stars by one reviewer.

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Canine as Main Character Film Coaster
The Voices (Golden) Sheep and Wolves (Silver), Secret Life of Pets (Bronzed). Doggone Christmas (Brown)

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Feline as Main Character Film Coaster
Keanu (Golden) Mr Fuzzypants (Silver) The Voices (Silver). Two films had the same ranking and votes and tied for silver meaning there was no Bronzed. There was also no film that qualified for a Brown Coaster but Cat Sick Blues with three voters and a ranking of 1 star was the next highest.

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Animated Film Coaster
Zootopia (Golden) Note this also won the Academy Award in 2017 for Best Animated Movie, this is the one film we agreed with them about. Sheep and Wolves (Silver) and Secret Life of Pets (Bronzed). Good Dinosaur (Brown)

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Children’s Film Coaster
Zootopia (Golden) Mr Fuzzypants (Silver) Sheep and Wolves (Bronzed) Doggone Christmas (Brown)

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Western or Pioneer / Settler Days, Victorian Era Film Coaster
Pride Prejudice and Zombies (Golden), Revenant (Silver) In a Valley of Violence (Bronzed) Keeping Room (Brown)

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Superhero Film Coaster
Deadpool (Golden) Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (Silver) Ghostbusters (Bronzed) Suicide Squad (Brown) Of course this category raises the question that’s been around since the original film in the 80’s. Are the four Ghosbusters superheroes? Sure they don’t have superpowers, but neither does Batman (as well as Robin) or Kick Ass (as well as Big Daddy or Hit Girl) and no one would argue they are not superheroes. They do have cool uniquely identifiable car which any self respecting superhero should have. They do have suits, granted they don’t wear their underwear on the outside like most, or have a cape. But who has walked around with a cape since the 80’s? They do have equipment that you can’t buy in stores to fight human law breaking demons and ghosts. They do have a headquarters, although it’s not a secret one. They don’t try and hide their identities like most. What do you think?

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Christmas Film Coaster
On the Twelfth Day of Christmas (Golden), Krampus (Silver), Uncle Nick (Bronzed), Doggone Christmas (Brown)

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Sport Film Coaster
Eddie the Eagle (Golden), Break Point (Silver) No film qualified for Bronzed, The Bronzed the next highest would have won its namesake with a ranking of five, but it only had three voters. Woodlawn (Brown)

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Based on a Book/s Film Coaster
Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Golden), Deadpool (Silver), Blood Father (Bronzed) Woodlawn (Brown)

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Loosely Based on or Remake of an Old Movie or TV Show Film Coaster
Jem & the Holograms (Golden), Ghostbusters (Silver) The Jungle Book (Bronzed) No film qualified for the Brown Coaster but Point Break almost got there with a 1 star rating by four library customers.

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Sequels or Prequels Film Coaster
10 Cloverfield Lane (Golden), Zoolander 2 (Silver), Now You Seem Me 2 (Bronzed) Batman vs Superman (Brown)

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Foreign Language With English Subtitles
The Mermaids (Golden), Goodnight Mommy (Silver), Victoria (Bronzed) No film qualified for a Brown Coaster, Phoenix rated 2 stars although only by one customer
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Let’s Have a Look at Our Coaster Winners

even-lambsEven Lambs Have Teeth
Winner of the Gold Coaster for Best Film as well as four genre categories. Kidnap Victim (Golden), Roadtrip (Golden), Thriller (Golden) and Vengance (Golden) Film Coasters.
Basically the plot of this one has two older teen girls taking a working holiday to a farm so they can make and save money, since obviously there will be nothing to spend their wage on there, for a New York shopping spree afterwards. Their uncle drives them to a small roadside diner where the farm’s bus picks up its workers from. A couple of cute guys start talking to them and even though Katie knows they shouldn’t she gives into Sloane’s sense of adventure to let the guys drive them there. Of course these guys have no intention of taking them to that farm, instead they take them to their own, where they have their own evil plans of making money and enjoying themselves, with the two girls. Katie and Sloan quickly learn they aren’t the first victims, so what happened to the previous girls who aren’t chained to a couple of shipping containers in the middle of nowhere like they are now? Katie and Sloane need to escape, and they can’t let go what was done to them or allow it to happen to anyone else!
Why did our customers vote this to win Best film and four genre categories? Maybe everyone just loves a good entertaining film. Perhaps it has something to do with crimes like this in real life have been pretty heavily reported on last year, and when the person is caught, getting pretty soft and short sentences, in jails that are more like holiday camps than places of punishment. Perhaps this is the justice fantasy of what many library customers would like to see played out in real life to deter these crimes from happening in real life. Since our rating system doesn’t require comments or reviews, we’ll never know. But if you like a good vengeance film, I highly recommend you put a hold on Even Lambs Have Teeth!

landmine-goes-clickLandmine Goes Click
Winner of the Silver Coaster for Best Film as well as the Silver Thriller Coaster, and Silver Vengeance Coaster.
Basically a trio of backpackers who at least the couple, do some sort of paid or voluntary work for the Red Cross while in Georgia, decide to go on a hiking/camping trip through the remote Georgian mountains. Waking up one morning the trio is joined by a Georgian colleague who asks to take a photo of them. He tells them to move a bit to the right, we hear a click and he tells them not to move, as he’s pretty sure Chris just stepped on a landmine. Soon there’s just two of them there, Chris who has stepped on the landmine and his best friend’s girlfriend, but they won’t be alone for long. Giving away anything more would spoil it for you.
Landmine Goes Click is proof you don’t need a large budget, big name actors, CGI and other over the top special effects to make a great film. This film would have maybe ten actors in the whole thing, with a maximum of four on screen at one time. It’s biggest name actor would be Dean Geyer, who was in the New York storyline episodes of Glee, when virtually no one was still watching it, and is probably the most famous from being on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.

the-mermaidThe Mermaid
Winner of the Bronzed Coaster for Best Film, as well as three genre categories, Assassin/Government Agent Film, Comedy and Foreign Language With English Subtitles. It also collected a Bronzed Film Coaster in the Thriller category. The Mermaid when it hit Chinese cinemas also became their most successful box office film. You can watch this one dubbed in English if you can’t read subtitles. Basically it’s about a mermaid assassin who is assigned the task of killing a human developer who has been blowing up dolphins and Mermaids. If you only like your movies made the good old Hollywood way, then China’s most successful box office film is not probably the film for you. But if you can appreciate tales told from different cultures, with a different look and way they tell a story, then you’ll enjoy The Mermaid.

hunt-for-the-wilderpeopleHunt for the Wilderpeople
Winner of four Golden (Based on a Book, Survival Jungle/Rainforest, Parenting, Fugitive Film Coasters, as well as Silver Film Coaster for Australian/New Zealand Made Film and the Bronzed Coaster for Comedy Film. The basic plot of this one has a ten year old boy who has been too much to handle for countless foster families in the past. He gets taken to a remote New Zealand property that he clearly doesn’t want to live at. However the foster mother wants to change his life for the better and isn’t going to let his behaviour put her off. She’s married to an introvert gruff looking hunts for their meals and lives of the land type (Sam Neil), who doesn’t want to be called Uncle as his wife suggests and just wants the kid to leave him alone. The kid might be just about to accept this situation but tragedy happens Now he’s going to be taken back and likely be forced to live in juvie since no one else wants him, so he flees into the New Zealand bush. He’d only made it 200 metres on his first night there when he tried to run away, but he’s going to have go a lot further and spend a lot more nights there if he is to remain free. Sam Neil will try and bring him back but events will make that not possible and soon the two are New Zealand’s biggest fugitives. If you’ve read the great book Wild Pork and Watercress by Barry Crump this doesn’t have many similarities once they go on the run, but it’s still a fun movie.

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Winner of two Golden Coaster genres, Australian/New Zealand Film as well as Set in Space / Aliens Visit Earth Film. Australiens also took out the Silver Coaster in the Comedy genre. If you go into this one knowing it’s a low budget movie that didn’t waste money on expensive realistic looking CGI and other special effects, and hasn’t paid big money to have any big name (or even known) actors in it and the acting is pretty bad (or maybe really good and intentionally supposed to have the overacting feel to it), then I think you’ll enjoy this one. Basically Aliens have invaded Australia and are attacking all the state capital cities. We follow the invasion in Brisbane with a group of Queenslanders in their late 20’s. Most are in a band which has never made it, another is a wannabe documentary maker who is annoyed she has to keep filming terrible bands to pay the bills, and the other is the socially awkward stereotypical glasses wearing, overweight, allergic to everything guy, who is the brother of Andi the singer of the band. Andi is the alpha member of the friend group and always believed in Aliens and even saw one over the driveway of her house when she was 10 years old, seventeen years before. Andi believes the aliens are attacking because of what happened when she was 10 and that they gave her powers such as being able to control them through her mind. No one else believes her. When she gets a text that aliens have kidnapped her mother she is determined to get home to find out what happened.

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Winner of two Golden Coaster genres, Animated as well as Children’s Film. Zootopia also took out Silver in the Kidnap Victim Film genre. There’s been a lot of terrible animated films out lately, but Zootopia as our library customer have voted, shows they can still make good ones. The main characters are likeable, even the ones who turn out to be villains. The animation is brilliant, the animals look great. It’s a kids film so there’s a few things that are never explained such as why do all the animals walk around on their hind feet when walking on all fours would be much more efficient. We know they have developed shame at being naked, but for some reason females in bikinis only cover their upper breasts like human females, and somehow no matter what paws or hooves they have without fingers or opposable thumbs, they can play the piano or do well everything humans can. It sort of touches on the fact that with no predatation of animals which have short gestation periods and large litters there would be way more of them than predators, with Zootopia being 90% former prey animals and Judy having 165 brothers and sisters or whatever it was, but not to the extent that the difference would be true. But none of that matters, Zootopia is just a fun movie. You’ve probably got to have a lesson for kids to learn and this one has don’t stereotype people based on their race (well species in this) and actions of that species that have negatively stereotyped them in the past.
Basic plot of Zootopia revolves around Judy Hopps, a rabbit who excelled at school and doesn’t want to choose a carrot farmer as a career, as is expected of her kind. She wants to be a cop, only there has never been a rabbit police officer before. She finished top of her class at the police academy and eagerly sets off to work in Zootopia. However she quickly learns the police chief doesn’t want her there, who relegates her to writing parking tickets. She is determined to write more than is expected, and while on patrol is conned by a fox out of $15. When the worried wife of a missing otter, one of a number of animals who have gone missing, tells her of his disappearance she tells the wife she will find her husband. She is of course fired, but with the mayor’s assistant in her corner manages to negotiate her job back for 48hrs. If she can find the otter, she keeps her job, if she can’t she must quit. She’s going to con the fox into helping her.

Jem and the Holograms
jem-and-the-hologramsBesides being the most ranked film on our catalogue, Jem and the Holograms won two Golden Coasters, the Loosely Based on or Remake of an Old Movie or TV Show Film Coaster as well as Musician, Band or Music Industry Set Flick. This was a great movie, I watched the movie without knowing it was a film based on a cartoon of the same name from the 80’s and it was only when watching the extras that I learnt there was a Hasbro cartoon. I was a kid in the 80’s, watched the other cartoons they mention but I’d never even heard of it, but it does make some stuff I thought was kinda weird in the movie make more sense now I know there was a cartoon. Reviewers on other sites, not so much later written ones, but early ones slammed this film because it wasn’t exactly like the cartoon. It’s actually an origin story to the cartoon but passionate fans don’t actually realise these things. Interestingly this almost got a perfect five on our ratings, perhaps the cartoon never aired here or our library customers don’t really expect a modern day movie to resemble a 80’s cartoon show. The TV show Nashville is pretty popular amongst library customers going by the extensive hold waiting lists each season. Perhaps it rated higher because we like seeing an actor from a show we like more so than a cartoon if it was on air not many watched in the first place.
Basically it’s about a girl (Aubrey Peeples, who plays Layla Grant in Nashville) whose father died when she was young who connects with his memory through singing songs as the character called Jem that they made up together. She likes to keep this stuff to herself and her family, but of course in this viral video world, her younger sister puts a clip of her playing up on Youtube, and of course everyone watches it, and everyone wants to know who this mysterious Jem is. Then it’s pretty much your standard young star who loves her younger sisters (who are her band) and wants to share the experience with them, but the head of the record company (played by Juliette Lewis) only wants her and wants her to dump the band story. But this one throws in a small cool robot called Synergy which isn’t quite built and Jem and her sisters must solve clues to find the rest of the robot hidden around LA to find out what her father wanted her to know (why you wouldn’t just leave the whole thing to your child is a bit odd, I mean what are the odds the places parts are hidden wouldn’t be renovated, or demolished by the time your daughter grows up or that she’d even find them all).

 

The Brown Coasters Why Didn’t Anyone Like Them?

Good Dinosaur
Winner of Brown Coaster for Best Picture, as well as three genre Brown Coasters, Animated Film, Suvrival Jungle/Rainforest Film as well as Vengeance Film.
good-dinosaurAlthough this have really, really well done animation. I think the main reason that kids hated it and it got so many one votes, was the main character, 11 year old Arlo. Most kids put themselves in the shoes of the main character of a movie, and when it’s over in their fantasy world’s re-enact scenes as the character or just be that character in general play. The problem for this movie is the character was so pathetic and wussy, that no kid wanted to be it. The writing at times was just bad, that had both kids and adult questioning the screen. These herbivore dinosaurs are farmers who have chickens, why they’re not going to eat the eggs or chickens? How could it be unconscious in a river for that distance and not drown was ridiculous. Then the main character has many other near brushes with death or injuries that should have meant in a world without dinosaur hospitals, he’d be dead pretty quick. But injuries soon are forgotten such as broken or at least badly sprained and swollen leg appearing normal not long after, until the next temporary injury of course. Also for a dinosaur without hands, this one seems to be able to grab onto the edge of cliffs and stuff.

Humans are like rats at the start of the film, eating harvested crops in a grain silo, much to the dinosaur’s survival over the upcoming winter peril, so need to be killed, then become like dogs, the dinosaur even names a young child who saves it a number of times Spot. Spot walks on his arms like front legs, and scratches itches with his foot even though he’s got hands. Spot as a young child not only has survived by himself but can fall from great heights and not break bones or be injured in any way. Humans communicate by howling and sniffing each other. Besides farming other breeds of dinosaur do other human world things such as are cattle ranchers, or cattle rustlers. Basically this is similar to picture books where human characters have just been drawn as dinosaurs and rats and then dogs have been substituted for humans. This same story could have been told with a cowardly human who chases a dog.

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Brown Coaster Sport Film as well for Based on Book/s Film.  Woodlawn I imagine rated so lowly because, basically it’s a con.  Most people like I did I imagine would have borrowed this one as the spiel on the back indicates it a movie that highlight racism in America, specifically in a period of history where those with dark skin were being blown up by explosive devices in the streets and the courts were forcing officials who were racist to the core to integrate student of all colours into their public schools.  Really that’s just a weak back story, the movie revolves around a preacher played by Sean Astin who keeps hanging around the school locker room of boy’s football team. He keeps bugging the coach to have a few minutes with the kids. Now this seemed completely implausible to me, that strange men can just hang out in schools, but then again, it was the 70’s. Anyway one day the coach is feeling down and really can’t face his players so gives in to the persistent preacher and tells him he can go talk to the kids for five minutes. An hour later he decides to go into the gym and is shocked to see the preacher still talking. His players are enthralled by the preachers speech, those who had formerly been racist towards dark skinned kids and wouldn’t let them shower with them suddenly are best friends with their arms around them. Now this speech wasn’t anything brilliant to somehow convert these kids. Even the best cult leader couldn’t pull this off. At a later prayer group in the gym we even have a teacher go I was an atheist this morning but these kids, they’ve converted me. Seriously no effort is put into these speeches, we’re just led to believe as soon as someone is told about God, they’ll instantly want to become a part of the whole thing. The former side of story of a racist father who wants his white kid who isn’t a very good player to be given game time over a clearly much more talented than any other child on the field black kid, so he’ll make a college team, barely raises its head again once the religious recruitment angle to the story kicks in, in full force. I was expecting this guy who when we first saw him had to be held back from punching a black woman to try and sabotage the team, ambush and assault the talented kid or the coach or do something. But really we glimpse him in the crowd giving the coach dirty looks but that’s it. There’s a brief scene where a brick with a note is thrown through the talented player’s house window when his little brother is looking out at people lighting a cross on the front lawn but that’s about the extent the racial tension is ever visited again. Well other than we see other dark skinned teammates just sitting on the sidelines in uniform and never play in the actual games. We’re led to believe this team who was destined to maybe win two games that season became really good due to prayer (because that would be God’s priority, making a high school team win games rather than stopping kids being murdered, enslaved, forced into prostitution and killed in wars going on at the time and stuff). Not to mention it was pretty obvious they started winning games because they had one kid who was really really good at football in the team and no one could tackle him.

When I read the back cover of this I thought, hey I remember this sort of thing happening on Picket Fences where black students were bused into Rome, and the police tried to stop them getting off the buses and the town was in fear of the crime they’d bring, with gangs stabbing their kids in the halls. So I thought this would be a lot more meatier, hardcore version of that type of thing, I really want to watch that! But no, instead it’s a recruitment video for some prayer event, they even have an advertisement appear on the screen near the end with a phone number and telling you the viewer to come join us. They don’t even bother trying to make it a subtle product placement or anything. It’s a full on text voice over.

Doggone Christmas

doggone-christmasWinner (if that’s the right term) of the most Brown Coasters, for Assassin/Government Agent Film, Canine as a Main Character Film, Children’s Film, Christmas Film and Fugitive Film.  Doggone I found to be watchable, and it probably isn’t the worst film you’ll see out of all the bad DVDs.  It’s subject matter does span quite a large range of categories which enabled it to win so many Brown Coasters.  But I can understand why so many people rated it one star, it is very low budget, the acting is very bad, the script the actors are delivering their lines from is terrible and not natural flowing speaking style. The dog apparently is supposedly famous on YouTube, you’ll see some of his clips in the closing credits. You end up wondering why the writers didn’t write any of these tricks into his escape from the train, or anywhere in the movie. All he does in the movie is run, or sit there while a voice over has him talking to the kids’ in their minds. The whole script really is poorly written, not a great deal happens in the movie. There’s obvious green screen backgrounds that give no illusion the interior of car sets are really cars driving, or the kids are really riding bikes.

How all 453 Movies Added to Our Catalogue Were Ranked By You

10 Cloverfield Lane Ranked 4.2 number of library customers – 10
13 Hours Ranked 4 number of library customers – 1
13 Minutes Ranked 3 number of library customers – 2
45 Years Ranked 1.5 number of library customers – 4
5 to 7 Ranked 3.5 number of library customers – 2
500 Days of Summer Ranked 5 number of library customers – 4
600 Miles Ranked 2.67 number of library customers – 3
7 Chinese Brothers Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
99 Homes Ranked 3.33 number of library customers – 3
A  Dog Walker’s Christmas Tale Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
A Bigger Splash Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
A Cat in Paris Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
A Hologram for the King Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
A Horse Story Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Experience Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
A.R.C.H.I.E. : Artificial Robotronic Canine Hyper-Intelligence Experiment Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Absolutely Anything Ranked 3 number of library customers – 2
Absolutely Fabulous the Movie Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Adderall Diaries Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Adventureland Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Against the Wild Survive the Serengeti Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Age of the Dragons Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Alex and Eve Ranked 4 number of library customers – 2
Alice Through the Looking Glass Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
All Roads Lead to Rome Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
All the Way Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
All Through the House Ranked 3 number of library customers – 4
Alligient Ranked 2.25 number of library customers – 4
Alvin and the Chipmunks the Road Chip Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 2
American Ultra Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Anarchy Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
And So it Goes Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Anesthesia Ranked 1.67 number of library customers – 3
Annabelle Ranked 3.67 number of library customers – 3
Anomalisa Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
Ant-Man Ranked 3.67 number of library customers – 3
Atlantis Milo’s Return Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Australiens Ranked 5 number of library customers – 8
Automatic Hate Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Back to the Secret Garden Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Back Track Ranked 3.5 number of library customers – 4
Bad Moms Ranked 4.4 number of library customers – 5
Bad Neighbours 2 Ranked 3 number of library customers – 4
Bastille Day Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Batman Bad Blood Ranked 5 number of library customers – 1
Batman the Killing Joke Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Batman Unlimited Mechs vs Mutans Original Movie Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Batman vs Superman Ranked 2.83 number of library customers – 6
Beast Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Before We Go Ranked 3.25 number of library customers – 4
Belle & Sebastian the Adventure Continues Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
Beloved Sisters Ranked 3 number of library customers – 2
Ben -Hur Ranked 3 number of library customers – 2
Benefactor Ranked 2.33 number of library customers – 3
Big Driver Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Big Stone Gap Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Black Mass Ranked 3.33 number of library customers – 6
Blair Witch Ranked 2.25 number of library customers – 4
Blind Date Ranked 3.67 number of library customers – 3
Blood Father Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 8
Blood Punch Ranked 4 number of library customers – 4
Boost Ranked 1 number of library customers – 1
Bottle Rocket Ranked 2 number of library customers – 3
Break Point Ranked 3.83 number of library customers – 6
Bridge of Spies Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Bridgets Jones’s Baby Ranked 5 number of library customers – 2
Broke Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Broken Hallelujah Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Brooklyn Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Burnt Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
By the Sea Ranked 4 number of library customers – 1
Café Society Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Cannonball Run Ranked 5 number of library customers – 4
Cannonball Run II Ranked 4 number of library customers – 4
Capsule Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Captain Fantastic Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
Capture the Flag Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Carol Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 2
Catsick Blues Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
Cell Ranked 3 number of library customers – 4
Central Intelligence Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Christmas All Over Again Ranked 1 number of library customers – 5
Christmas Eve Ranked 2.4 number of library customers – 4
Colonia Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Concussion Ranked 1.67 number of library customers – 6
Cooties Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Court Jester Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Criminal Activities Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Crimson Peak Ranked 3.33 number of library customers – 3
Crow’s Egg Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Daddy’s Home Ranked 3.8 number of library customers – 5
Dad’s Army Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Dark Horse the Incredible True Story of Dream Alliance Ranked 4 number of library customers – 1
Daughter of God Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
David Brent Life on the Road Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Day Late and a Dollar Short Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
Deadpool Ranked 4.56 number of library customers – 9
Dear Eleanor Ranked 4.6 number of library customers – 5
Death Rides a Horse Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Deepwater Horizon Ranked 3.57 number of library customers – 7
Diary of a Teenage Girl Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Dirty Grandpa Ranked 2.8 number of library customers – 5
Doggone Christmas Ranked 1 number of library customers – 7
Dolly Partons Coat of Many Colors Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Don’t Breathe Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 8
Dough Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Down Under Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Downriver Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Dragon Blade Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Driftless Area Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Eadweard Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Eddie the Eagle Ranked 4 number of library customers – 5
Elephant Song Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Eliminators Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Elvis & Nixon Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Emelie Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
End of the Tour Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Endless Night Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Equals Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Equity Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Eva Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
Even Lambs Have Teeth Ranked 5 number of library customers – 16
Everybody Wants Some!! Ranked 4 number of library customers – 4
Ex Machina Ranked 3.25 number of library customers – 4
Expelled from Paradise Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Experimenter Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Fairless Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Family Law Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Fathers and Daughters Ranked 3.75 number of library customers – 4
Fever Pitch Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Finding Dory Ranked 3 number of library customers – 5
Finest Hours Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Florence Foster Jenkins Ranked 4 number of library customers – 5
Force of Destiny Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Forsaken Ranked 2 number of library customers – 3
Free State of Jones Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Freeheld Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Gabbar is Back Ranked 3.67 number of library customers – 3
Get Squirrely Ranked 1 number of library customers – 4
Ghostbusters Ranked 4 number of library customers – 5
Girl Asleep Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Girl in the Book Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
Girl on the Edge Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Girl on the Train Ranked 1.5 number of library customers – 4
Glassland Ranked 1.75 number of library customers – 4
Goldstone Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Good Dinosaur Ranked 1.36 number of library customers – 11
Good Kill Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Good Neighbour Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Goodnight Mommy Ranked 4.71 number of library customers – 14
Goosebumps: the Stories Are Alive Ranked 3.88 number of library customers – 8
Grandma Ranked 3.5 number of library customers – 2
Green Room Ranked 3.4 number of library customers – 5
Gridlocked Ranked 2 number of library customers – 3
Grimsby Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 6
H8ful Eight Ranked 3.14 number of library customers – 7
Hacker Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
Hail Ceasar Ranked 1.44 number of library customers – 9
Hanna Ranked 3.62 number of library customers – 13
Hatched Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Hell or High Water Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Hellboy II The Golden Army Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Hello My Name is Dorris Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Help I Shrunk the Family Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Her Alibi Ranked 5 number of library customers – 2
Herbie Goes Banannas Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
High Rise Ranked 2 number of library customers – 4
His Girl Friday Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Hollow Point Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
Hotel Transylvania 2 Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
House of VHS Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
How I Live Now Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
How to Be Single Ranked 3.4 number of library customers – 5
Howard Lovecraft and the Frozen Kingdom Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Hunt for the Wilderpeople Ranked 5 number of library customers – 5
Hybrids Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Hyena Road Ranked 4 number of library customers – 2
I Am Not a Serial Killer Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
I Am Wrath Ranked 5 number of library customers – 4
I Saw the Light Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
I.T. Ranked 2.8 number of library customers – 5
If There Be Thorns Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
Imperium Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
In a Valley of Violence Ranked 3.6 number of library customers – 5
In the Heart of the Sea Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
In the Loop Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
Independence Day Resurgence Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
Indignation Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
Inferno Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Intern Ranked 4 number of library customers – 5
Interrogation Ranked 2.67 number of library customers – 3
Into the Grizzly Maze Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Inside Out Ranked 1.8 number of library customers – 11
Is This the Real World Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
James White Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Jane Got a Gun Ranked 3 number of library customers – 4
Jarhead 3 Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Jason Bourne Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Jem & the Holograms Ranked 4.9 number of library customers – 20
Jim Henson’s Turkey Hollow Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Joy Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Keanu Ranked 4.71 number of library customers – 7
Keeping Room Ranked 2.2 number of library customers – 5
Keeping Up With the Joneses Ranked 4.25 number of library customers – 4
Kick Ass/Kick Ass 2 Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Kill Your Friends Ranked 1.5 number of library customers – 4
Knight of Cups Ranked 1 number of library customers – 5
Krampus Ranked 4 number of library customers – 6
Krisha Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Kubo and the Two Strings Ranked 5 number of library customers – 1
Kung Fu Panda 3 Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Lady in the Van Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Laggies Ranked 4 number of library customers – 2
Landmine Goes Click Ranked 5 number of library customers – 14
Last Cab to Darwin Ranked 4.75 number of library customers – 4
Last Resort Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Learning to Drive Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Legend Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Legend of Tarzan Ranked 3.83 number of library customers – 6
Life on the Line Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Light’s Out Ranked 4.33 number of library customers – 3
Like Dandelion Dust Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Lila & Eve Ranked 2.67 number of library customers – 3
Little Savages Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
London Has Fallen Ranked 3.25 number of library customers – 4
Looking for Grace Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Lost & Found Ranked 5 number of library customers – 1
Lost in the Sun Ranked 2.75 number of library customers – 4
Louder Than Bombs Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Love & Friendship Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Love at First Fight Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Love the Coopers Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Lucky You Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Maggie Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
Maggie’s Plan Ranked 1.33 number of library customers – 3
Magnificent Seven Ranked 3 number of library customers – 2
Man from Hong Kong Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Man from U.N.C.L.E. Ranked 4 number of library customers – 4
Man Up Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Man Who Knew Infinity Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Manhattan Nocturne Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
Marauders Ranked 1 number of library customers – 4
Marguerite Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Marshall the Miracle Dog Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Masterminds Ranked 4 number of library customers – 6
Maxwell Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Me Before You Ranked 2.5 number of library customers – 4
Me Earl and the Dying Girl Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Mechanic Ressurection Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Mermaid Princess Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Midnight Special Ranked 2.33 number of library customers – 3
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
Miles Ahead Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Miracles from Heaven Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Misconduct Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children Ranked 4.4 number of library customers – 5
Miss You Already Ranked 1 number of library customers – 1
Mississippi Grind Ranked 2 number of library customers – 4
Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Money Monster Ranked 3.75 number of library customers – 4
Month of Sundays Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Mother’s Day Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Mr Fuzzypants Ranked 4.67 number of library customers – 6
Mr Right Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
My Best Friend Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Mythica a Quest for Heroes Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Mythica the Dark Spore Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Nasty Baby Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
Nerve Ranked 4.75 number of library customers – 4
Nice Guys Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Nightingale Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Nina Ranked 5 number of library customers – 1
No Escape Ranked 4.33 number of library customers – 3
No Stranger Than Love Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Norm of the North Ranked 3.25 number of library customers – 4
Now Add Honey Ranked 4 number of library customers – 4
Now You Seem Me 2 Ranked 3.33 number of library customers – 6
Nowhere Boys the Book of Shadows Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Observance Ranked 2 number of library customers – 4
Odd Squad Crime at Shapely Manner Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Odd Squad The O Games Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Oddball Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
On the Twelfth Day of Christmas Ranked 5 number of library customers – 5
Once Upon a Texas Train Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Once Upon a Time in China Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Ordinary World Ranked 1.67 number of library customers – 3
Our Kind of Traitor Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Oyster Farmer Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Pawn Sacrifice Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
People Places Things Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Perfect Day Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
Pete’s Dragon Ranked 5 number of library customers – 1
Phoenix Ranked 2 number of library customers – 1
Phoenix Incident Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Point Break Ranked 1 number of library customers – 4
Pop Star Never Stopping Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
Pride Prejudice and Zombies Ranked 4 number of library customers – 8
Queen of the Desert Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
R.I.P.D. Rest in Peace Department Ranked 3 number of library customers – 4
Race Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
Raising Arizona Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Rare Exports :A Christmas Tale Ranked 2.33 number of library customers – 3
Red Billabong Ranked 2 number of library customers – 4
Regression Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Remember Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Revenant Ranked 4 number of library customers – 6
Risen Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Road Games Ranked 3 number of library customers – 4
Robinson Crusoe: The Wild Life Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Robo-Dog Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Robot Overlords Ranked 2 number of library customers – 4
Rock the Kasbah Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Rodeo & Juliet Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Room Ranked 4.25 number of library customers – 4
Rosehaven Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Ruby the Young Witch Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Sausage Party Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
Scare Campaign Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Sea of Trees Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Secret in the Their Eyes Ranked 3 number of library customers – 2
Secret Life of Pets Ranked 4.2 number of library customers – 5
Seeds of Yesterday Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Seeking Justice Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Septembers of Shiraz Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Shaandaar Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Sheep & Wolves Ranked 4.6 number of library customers – 5
Shelter Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Shepherds & Butchers Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Shooting for Socrates Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Show Me A Hero Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Sing Street Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
Sisters Ranked 4.25 number of library customers – 4
Skippy and the Intruders Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Sleeping With Other People Ranked 4.25 number of library customers – 4
Sneakers Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Snow White’s New Adventure Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Son of Saul Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Song of the Sea Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Sound and the Fury Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Southside With You Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Spectre Ranked 2 number of library customers – 4
Spin Out Ranked 1.33 number of library customers – 3
Spot Light Ranked 3.8 number of library customers – 5
Stalkher Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
Standoff Ranked 4 number of library customers – 4
Stick Man Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Stone Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
Storks Ranked 4 number of library customers – 4
Streets of Compton Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Streets of Your Town Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Stretch Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
Subdivision Ranked 3 number of library customers – 2
Sucker Ranked 3.75 number of library customers – 4
Suffragette Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Suicide Squad Ranked 2.6 number of library customers – 5
Sully Ranked 4 number of library customers – 2
Sunset Song Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Sunshine Cleaning Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Swiss Army Man Ranked 4.75 number of library customers – 4
Take Care – Love Accidentally Ranked 2.5 number of library customers – 4
Take Down Ranked 2.67 number of library customers – 3
Tale of Tales Ranked 3.8 number of library customers – 5
Tanna Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
The 5th Wave Ranked 4.17 number of library customers – 6
The Angry Birds Movie Ranked 4.33 number of library customers – 3
The BFG Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
The Big Boss Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
The Big Short Ranked 2.5 number of library customers – 6
The Boss Ranked 3.6 number of library customers – 5
The Boy Ranked 5 number of library customers – 4
The Bronze Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
The Carer Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
The Choice Ranked 2.8 number of library customers – 5
The Confirmation Ranked 3.17 number of library customers – 6
The Danish Girl Ranked 4 number of library customers – 1
The Daughter Ranked 4 number of library customers – 1
The Divorce Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
The Double Ranked 1.5 number of library customers – 4
The Dragon Pearl Ranked 4.67 number of library customers – 3
The Dressmaker Ranked 2.67 number of library customers – 3
The Duel Ranked 1 number of library customers – 1
The First Time Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
The Force Awakens Ranked 3.2 number of library customers – 5
The Heckler Ranked 4.33 number of library customers – 3
The Huntsman Winters War Ranked 2.5 number of library customers – 2
The Infiltrator Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
The Jungle Book Ranked 4 number of library customers – 5
The Last Mimzy Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
The Last Witch Hunter Ranked 4 number of library customers – 2
The Lobster Ranked 4 number of library customers – 3
The Loneliest Planet Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
The Longest Ride Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
The Martian Ranked 4 number of library customers – 4
The Mechanic Ranked 3 number of library customers – 2
The Mechanic Resolution Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
The Meddler Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
The Mermaid Ranked 5 number of library customers – 13
The Night Before Ranked 1.4 number of library customers – 5
The One I Love Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
The Physician Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
The Purge Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
The Purge Election Year Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
The Shallows Ranked 3.67 number of library customers – 6
The Slipper & the Rose Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
The Stanford Prison Experiment Ranked 3.75 number of library customers – 4
The Tribe Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
The Trust Ranked 1.5 number of library customers – 4
The Vessel Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
The Visit Ranked 4.43 number of library customers – 7
The Voices Ranked 4.67 number of library customers – 6
The Vvitch (found as The Witch) Ranked 3 number of library customers – 6
The Walk Ranked 4.33 number of library customers – 3
The Wave Ranked 3 number of library customers – 3
Three Wise Cousins Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Timber the Treasure Dog Ranked 4.33 number of library customers – 3
Time Out of Mind Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
To Die For Ranked 1 number of library customers – 5
Tomorrowland Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Touched With Fire Ranked 1.33 number of library customers – 3
Transporter Refueled Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Triple Nine Ranked 1.86 number of library customers – 7
True Grit Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 2
Trumbo Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Trumpet of the Swan Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Truth Ranked 2 number of library customers – 4
Tumbledown Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Uncle Nick Ranked 4 number of library customers – 5
Unfriended Ranked 4 number of library customers – 5
Unindian Ranked 4 number of library customers – 1
Up on the Wooftop Ranked 3 number of library customers – 4
Victor Frankenstein Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Victoria Ranked 3 number of library customers – 7
Virtual Revolution Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
Volcano Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Walt Before Micky Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
War Dogs Ranked 4.5 number of library customers – 4
War Room Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Warcraft: The Beginning Ranked 3.5 number of library customers – 2
Way of the Dragon Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Where Hope Grows Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Whisky Tango Foxtrot Ranked 4.25 number of library customers – 4
White Nights Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Who Gets the Dog? Ranked 4.33 number of library customers – 3
Wildlike Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Witnesses Ranked 3 number of library customers – 1
Woodlawn Ranked 1 number of library customers – 7
Worms Ranked 1 number of library customers – 3
Yoga Hosers Ranked 5 number of library customers – 3
Youth Ranked 0 number of library customers – 0
Zoolander 2 Ranked 4.2 number of library customers – 5
Zootopia Ranked 4.86 number of library customers – 14

The purpose of these awards  is to encourage City Library Gold Coast members, to become more interactive with your library, as the more interactive you are, the more you’ll enjoy and get out of your library service.  Next time you log in to place holds or renew your items.  Why not take a few seconds to vote for any movies you’ve watched, books you’ve read, music you’ve listened to.  Hopefully next years Coaster Award ceremony, will have a much higher number of participants.  So get out there are start ranking!  If you don’t know how to rank on our catalogue click here for a step by step guide https://gcbooks.wordpress.com/2017/03/07/ratings-a-guide-how-to-rate-stuff-on-city-libraries-gold-coast-catalogue/

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