I'd posted this before, but there wasn't much attention paid to it, so I'm posting it again, I hope you don't mind. I'll appreciate any reaction to this, either whether or not you agree with my views, or to just tell me to stop posting this again. But please read.
Every time the new week's best flashes are put into the top 20 list, they are also put into the All time list. I find this mildly annoying because new films suddenly and very quickly get into the top 50, knocking down the old and longstanding flashes from the top 50, and giving them only a week to make it back up to the top (only to be knocked down again).
Meanwhile, the movies in the top 20 of the week got such a high score from only, essentially, one or two days of voting (the day they were submitted, and probably the day after if they get an award), which causes them to have relatively inflated scores.
All in all, i'm finding it frustrating to see films like From My Room, Karma Ghost, Final Task, Brutality and the other flashes that have been (and deserve to be) on the top 50 of all time for many months get knocked down out of the list because good but inflated scores on new flashes make it seem that they are better (which they may be, but it would be too early to tell)
I suggest 2 things:
1) Either put the top 20 list up as usual, but don't put those movies into the All time list until the following week (so people can vote and adjust whatever inflation there is for an entire week),
2) Make it so that the number of votes is weighted, a la IMDB's "True Bayesian Formula", so that movies with scores of 3.9 but only 1000 votes don't overtake movies that have scores of 3.89 but with 50,000 votes.
Again, I hope this is either heeded now, or will be when I bring this up later.