You can check out the final results here. Feel free to use the "Sandbox" tab to sort the data on your own.

Final Standings

  • Howard, 252.99
  • Brigman, 253.60
  • Broderick-King, 275.20
  • Davenport, 318.47
  • Williamson, 363.77

Movie of the Summer

Guardians of the Galaxy (96.00 pts.); Runner-up: X-Men: Days of Future Past (88.35 pts.)

Worst Drafted Movie

Devil's Knot (12.00 pts.), Danielle; Runner-up: Sex Tape (15.86 pts.), JBK

Critics Choice Award

Ryan (76.50 average RT score); Runner-up: Brian (70.00)

People's Choice Award

Ryan ($739.46 million); Runner-up: Jeff ($718.65 million)

Best Undrafted Free Agent

A Most Wanted Man (47.71 pts.); Runner-up: Calvary (44.42 pts.)

Mel Kiper Biggest Bust Award

Sex Tape; Runner-up: Devil's Knot or Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Hidden Gem Award

Lucy; Runner-up: Guardians of the Galaxy

Branch Rickey Crystal Ball Award

(This is calculated by adding up the disparity between where a movie was drafted and its final ranking. Lower scores are better–a positive number indicates a "reach", drafting a movie too soon, and a negative number is a "steal", getting good value out of a later pick.)

  • JBK: 52
  • Jeff: 51
  • Danielle: 47
  • Brian: 6
  • Ryan: -17

Some conclusions:

  • This is the first summer when the first big movie was not the overall champion, nor even the leading box office hit. This made the game much more wide open, as box office scores began shifting as bigger movies opened.
  • We could play this game for a long time without again having the top-scoring movie as a third-round draft pick. Guardians of the Galaxy isn't a fluke, but it was a bit of a surprise, even to unabashed Marvel homers like myself.
  • This is the first summer won by the person holding the first overall draft pick.
  • I'm already looking forward to next summer!