OK, I have a bunch of data that I need help analyzing. I'm going to try and explain this as well as I can, but I might not do a very good job (if this problem belongs in the basic statistics board, I apologize)

I have a set of about 200 movies, along with a set of 100 judges. Each judge has chosen their 10 favorite movies and ranked them from #1 to #10. Also, they have chosen 5 movies that just missed the cut (I'll call them "honorary mention") These 5 movies are unranked. So for each of the 100 judges, there is a ranked list from #1 to #10, followed by an unranked list of 5. (10 ranked, 5 unranked)

I want to be able to take my data and rank all #200 movies as accurately as possible. So here are my questions.

1. What point values to I assign to each rank? The simplest would be 10 points for #1, 9 points for #2, 8 points for #3, and so on down to 1 point for the #10 ranked movie. so a movie with three #2 votes would get 27 points. Is this the best point values for each judges rank?

2. What do I do about the "honorary mentions"? Each judge's list will have 15 movies, and 5 of them will be unranked. For example, "Movie A" is on 3 top-10 lists, with rankings of #9, #8, and #5. "Movie B" doesn't appear on any top-10 lists, but appears as an "honorary mention" 9 times. Is there some way to accurately compare these two movies?

3. What actual statistical test do I use here?

Well, that's it. I probably could have worded all of that better, but if anybody knows what I'm talking about, I'd appreciate the help!