Wednesday, November 30, 2016

What I go to school for.

I went on an R course recently just so I could produce this rather fabulous graph, of the certificates of films I've seen, and at which cinemas, since procuring my Odeon Limitless card in July.

Statistics can be fun sometimes!


Level 4 of my BBFC game, by the way, is purposely very very tricky. Match the film to the film which has the identical rating and short insight as it.

(Note: the short insight of the pairs don't have to be in identical order, for example, one might say 'strong language, violence, sex' and the other 'strong language, sex, violence'. That would still count as a match. Also, because the BBFC are inconsistent with 'ands', some might have an 'and' linking the reasons and others won't).


Golden Geek said...

I haven't seen/read anything about some of these...gee, this is hard. And I thought I knew a ridiculous amount about the BBFC before seeing this. I'm at least confident I matched these to the right classification.

50 Shades of Grey --> Diary of a Teenage Girl
The Big Short --> The Girl on the Train
Cafe Society --> The Age of Adaline
Captain Fantastic --> American Hustle
Frozen --> Moana
Hail, Caesar! --> La La Land
Inglorious Basterds --> Oldboy
Pan's Labyrinth --> The Girl with All the Gifts
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire --> Batman vs. Superman

Emma said...

The Big Short --> The Girl on the Train
Cafe Society --> The Age of Adaline
Hail, Caesar! --> La La Land

Nope! :P

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