How much of a film snob are you?

You scored 100% film snobbery. If you are not working for a film magazine or an academic film program, you should be. You are Hollywood's most harshest critic. You even gave "Lord of the Rings" a bad review. Oftentimes, your friends will look at you funny because of your obscure film tastes. You would even occasionally get into arguments over films, to the extent that people think you hate films. Your favorite hobbies are likely to incluide sipping lattes and bashing Spielberg. However, you have a tremendous love for film even though most people think you're a cinematic party pooper.

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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Link: The How Big of a Film Snob Are You Test written by klausweasley on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

Some comments:

Simon has a tremendous filmography (L'Atalante, La Chienne, Boudou Saved From Drowning), but I love Mifune more.

Ditto Auteuil vs. Murray (no, I'm not a big fan of Jean de Florette and Manon of the Springs, and yes Auteuil is very good there).

Ditto Seberg vs. Bergman (far as I know, Seberg's only worthwile pic is A Bout de Souffle).

Huppert can be such a bitch; if I vote for her, that's because she's worked with plenty of great directors (Chabrol, Godard, Tavernier) and very good ones (Kurys,  Haneke, Ozon, Russell).

I love Lloyd (and so do my kids) but Keaton is God.

When mentioning regions, the time period is also crucial. Hence, France and Italy are unbeatable in the silent period, India is great during the '50s, etc....

Not a fan of Tati, but the rest of the choices are even less palatable.

Kafka's 'Metamorphosis' has been done many times.

Ivens died in 1989?!

Jack Cardiff (cinematographer of The Red Shoes and Black Narcissus) is still alive?!

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