Another look at our 100 best movies -- A teary Kate Winslet, ''Brokeback Mountain'' kisses, and more

By EW Staff
June 20, 2008 at 04:00 AM EDT

Another look at our 100 best movies

Settings of Movies
The action in our Top 100 films is all over the map — literally. Here’s a sampling of Hollywood’s far-flung adventures.
Fargo, ND – Brainerd, MN – Minneapolis
Pulp Fiction
Los Angeles
Die Hard
Los Angeles
Jerry Maguire
Los Angeles – Phoenix
Brokeback Mountain
Riverton, WY – Big Horn Mts., WY – Childress, TX
This is Spi¨al Tap
New York City – Memphis – Seattle
Hoop Dreams
Blue Velvet
Lumberton, NC
Do the Right Thing
New York City
Hannah and Her Sisters
New York City
The North Atlantic
Moulin Rouge
Casino Royale
Madagascar – the Bahamas – London – Montenegro – Venice – Miami
Rome – Algeria
The Bourne Supremacy
Goa, India – Berlin – Moscow – New York City
Schindler’s List
Krakow, Poland – Zwittau-Brinnlitz – Czech Republic
Wings of Desire
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Xinjiang Province – Beijing
The Piano
New Zealand

One Actor, Two Roles: A Statistical Analysis
Tom Hanks
Captain Miller Saving Private Ryan
63.1% in friendly territory
36.9% in unfriendly territory
Woody Toy Story
53.2% in friendly territory
46.8% in unfriendly territory

Kate Winslet
Rose Titanic
62% dry
31.7% drenched
6.3% teary
Clementine Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
87.3% dry
2.1% drenched
10.6% teary

Matt Damon
Jason Bourne The Bourne Supremacy
79.3% hauling butt
12.5% kicking butt
8.2% kissing butt
Tom Ripley The Talented Mr. Ripley
9.4% hauling butt
3.8% kicking butt
86.8% kissing butt

Number of Kisses
Brokeback Mountain: 27 kisses
Pretty Woman: 27 kisses
Titanic: 17 kisses
Boogie Nights: 12 kisses

Number of F-Words
Pulp Fiction: 269 F-bombs
GoodFellas: 265 F-bombs
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut: 140 F-bombs
The Breakfast Club: 16 F-bombs
Jerry Maguire: 10 F-bombs

Movies With the Most Oscar Nominations
Titanic (1997): 14
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001): 13*
Schindler’s List (1993): 12
Gladiator (2000): 12
* The LOTR films earned a total of 30 nominations