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Mon, May 28, 2018 1:00 PM

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Issue regarding places 7th and 18th. 18 minus 11 is 7, so Captain Marvel was last week on 7th place, but according to this chart was Fahrenheit 451. This move was on 7th place last week too. Really? Look at this address where it shows that last week on 7th place was Captain Marvel. 

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Hi la vinia,
The link you provide is a site that IMDb does not support. The site does not reflect the Top 100 films on IMDb on 21-May-2018.

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Sir, have you read my message and looked at the picture? 18-11=7 https://www.imdb.com/chart/moviemeter?ref_=nv_mv_mpm_8

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Never mind your answer. On this forum nobody gives a precise answer. I know for fact -this is the first time that the movie 'Fahrenheit 451 2018' appears in the Top 100 Movies, it wasn't on 7th place last week.

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Hi la vinia,

I misunderstood your question. It would have helped if you included the link to this link in your original post: https://www.imdb.com/chart/moviemeter

It appears that you've found a problem with Movie Meter ranking for this week reporting that  Fahrenheit 451 (2018) had a rank of 7 last week.

The Internet Archive shows that Fahrenheit 451 (2018) did not appear on the Top 100 MovieMeter for the previous week.
https://web.archive.org/web/20180524101116/https://www.imdb.com/chart/moviemeter?ref_=nv_mv_mpm_8

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Yes, I found a problem. Can be fixed? It happened before. Thank you for the link. That shows that IMDB keeps archives for the TOP 100. Why it isn't visible for the public? That's why I write them, for archive if somebody is interested.  

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Hi la vinia,

IMDb does not maintain a public archive of the Top 100. However, the Internet Archive (https://archive.org/) captures snapshots of many public web pages.

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Hi there,

Thanks for the post.

I have cut a ticket for our tech teams to look into this further 

Joel