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  1. 100 Norwegian Films You Must See's icon

    100 Norwegian Films You Must See

    Favs/dislikes: 42:1. This is a list of the one hundred and one films listed in the book "100 norske filmer du må se" (100 Norwegian films you must see), edited by Gunn E. Schmidt, published in 2008. The list is first and foremost a presentation of lots of evidence that Norwegian film is better than it's reputation.
  2. Sight and Sound 2002 (2+ votes)'s icon

    Sight and Sound 2002 (2+ votes)

    Favs/dislikes: 40:1. The films receiving at least 2 votes in 2002's Sight and Sound Poll of critics and filmmakers. The following is a list of positions and the number of corresponding votes. 25-27 (15 votes), 28-32 (14 votes), 33-36 (13 votes), 37-41 (12 votes), 42-46 (11 votes), 47-48 (10 votes), 49-53 (9 votes), 54-62(8 votes), 63-80 (7 votes), 81-93 (6 votes), 94-124 (5 votes), 125-160 (4 votes), 161-230 (3 votes), 231-345 (2 votes) [url=http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/sight+and+sound+2002+single+voted+films/peacefulanarchy/]Films With a single Vote[/url]
  3. Parker Tyler's Underground Film: a critical history's icon

    Parker Tyler's Underground Film: a critical history

    Favs/dislikes: 29:0. "Parker Tyler (1904-1974), one of the few great American film critics, was intimate with and enormously respected by many of the underground and experimental filmmakers of his time. In this book, Tyler evaluated the Underground in general and the seminal films in particular, covering the history and scope of the genre with insight and verve." Missing films: Kenneth Anger - Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome: Sacred Mushroom Edition (1966) (reedited version from 1954 original) Edward Owens - Remembrance (1968)
  4. Roger Ebert's Four-Star Reviews 1967-2007's icon

    Roger Ebert's Four-Star Reviews 1967-2007

    Favs/dislikes: 24:0.
  5. The Village Voice Film Guide - 50 Years of Movies From Classics to Cult Hits's icon

    The Village Voice Film Guide - 50 Years of Movies From Classics to Cult Hits

    Favs/dislikes: 24:0. "The Village Voice Film Guide compiles spirited landmark reviews of the Voice’s selection of the 150 greatest films ever made"
  6. Time Out's Centenary Top 100's icon

    Time Out's Centenary Top 100

    Favs/dislikes: 20:0. "Directors, producers, actors, programmers and critics were polled to name their top ten films which they felt had been the high points of the last 100 years in world cinema. The resulting list was drawn up from that poll."
  7. Village Voice Critics' Poll: 100 Best Films of the 20th Century's icon

    Village Voice Critics' Poll: 100 Best Films of the 20th Century

    Favs/dislikes: 20:0. 100 Best Films of 20th Century: The reknowned Village Voice newspaper held its "First Annual Film Critics' Poll" at the conclusion of the 20th century.
  8. Ebert's Original 100 Great Movies's icon

    Ebert's Original 100 Great Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 19:0. Below is a subset of Roger Ebert's list of great films containing only those in his book "The Great Movies", published in 2002. The Apu Trilogy, Decalogue, and Up Documentaries are all broken out separately, hence more than 100 listings. An excerpt from Ebert's introduction to the book: "They are not 'the' 100 greatest films of all time, because all lists of great movies are a foolish attempt to codify works which must stand alone. But it's fair to say: If you want to make a tour of the landmarks of the first century of cinema, start here."
  9. 'I Capolavori' - The 4 and 5 star Italian classics, according to the Morandini dictionary's icon

    'I Capolavori' - The 4 and 5 star Italian classics, according to the Morandini dictionary

    Favs/dislikes: 17:0. The “Dizionario dei Film” (Italian for: “Dictionary of Films”) – written and updated on a year-by-year basis by Laura, Luisa and Morando Morandini – is one of the highest-praised collection of film-reviews in Italy. Its purpose is to give the readers a short summary and a brief critical view for every film ever shown in our Country (even if available just on VHS, DVD, Blu-Ray, etc.). Currently, about 24’000 films are reviewed on it. At the end of every article, there is a star-based rating, which works like this: * (one star), * 1/2 (one star and a half), * * (two stars), * * 1/2 (two stars and a half), * * * (three stars), * * * 1/2 (three stars and a half), * * * * (four stars), * * * * * (five stars). The four-star rating is generally given to film regarded as masterpieces, while the five-star rating is assigned to those films that are considered to be fundamental in the history of cinema or that represent the highest achievement of a great director.
  10. The Empire Five-Star 500's icon

    The Empire Five-Star 500

    Favs/dislikes: 17:0. Empire Magazine has compiled a list of the 500 greatest movies they have ever given a five-star review. * The Apu-trilogy is counted as a single entry in the magazine, thus 502 movies on this list.
  11. Sight & Sound Top 50's icon

    Sight & Sound Top 50

    Favs/dislikes: 16:0. The 2012 Top 50 from the Sight & Sound Critics Poll.
  12. 650 movies, that changed the world's icon

    650 movies, that changed the world

    Favs/dislikes: 13:0. Movie list from popular russian media resourse "Afisha". Choice of 16 russian critics. Based on hard book guide of the same name. The purpose of the list was not to choose "the best movies of all over the world", but to highlight the most important movies with high influence on cinematography.
  13. The A List: The National Society of Film Critics' 100 Essential Films's icon

    The A List: The National Society of Film Critics' 100 Essential Films

    Favs/dislikes: 12:0. "While there are plenty of encyclopedic lists of films, this compulsively readable book of 100 essays—most written expressly for this volume-flags the best of the best as chosen by a consensus of the National Society of Film Critics."
  14. Ebert's Great Movies II's icon

    Ebert's Great Movies II

    Favs/dislikes: 11:0. Below is a subset of Roger Ebert's list of great films containing only those in his book "The Great Movies II", published in 2005. Originally I only listed three full-length feature films in lieu of Ebert's "Buster Keaton" chapter, but I have since brought this list in line with the official iCheck version of Ebert's Great Movies. Now Buster's body of work "from 1920 to 1929" is represented by selections 18-48 below. An excerpt from Ebert's introduction to the book: "One of my delights in these books ... has been to include movies not often cited as 'great' ... We go to different movies for different reasons, and greatness comes in many forms."
  15. Ebert's Great Movies III's icon

    Ebert's Great Movies III

    Favs/dislikes: 10:0. Below is a subset of Roger Ebert's list of great films containing only those in his book "The Great Movies III", published in 2010. An excerpt from Ebert's introduction to the book: "I believe great movies are a civilizing force. They allow us to empathize with those whose lives are different than our own. I like to say they open windows in our box of space and time. Here's a third book filled with windows."
  16. Ronald Bergan's Film Book's icon

    Ronald Bergan's Film Book

    Favs/dislikes: 10:0.
  17. Films101's Top 1000's icon

    Films101's Top 1000

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0. The top 1000 ranked films from the Films101 website. Their description: The bulk of the Films101 database comes from all-time best movie lists and movie awards. Best Picture and Foreign Language Film nominees are included, many of which have been forgotten, but now are easy to find through the many browsing options. New movie releases are added when picked by selected critics. The films are ranked in order of acclaim among film professionals, using proprietary formulas. Films101 doesn't believe the exact ranking of films and filmmakers should be taken too seriously. However, approximate rankings are taken very seriously as an alternative to alphabetical or chronological listings for film research.
  18. Sergey Kudryavtsev: The Best of All Time's icon

    Sergey Kudryavtsev: The Best of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 9:1. This list includes films that have rating from 9/10 to 10/10 by famous russian film critic & film historian Sergey Kudryavtsev. Movies sorted by mark & date of filming.
  19. Sight and Sound 2002 (Single voted films)'s icon

    Sight and Sound 2002 (Single voted films)

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. Films which only received a single vote in the Sight and Sound 2002 poll of critics and filmmakers. Missing: British Airways commercial "Surprise, Surprise" which is not on imdb. [url=https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/sight+and+sound+2002+2plus+votes/peacefulanarchy/]Films with 2 or more votes[/url]
  20. Ebert's Great Movies IV's icon

    Ebert's Great Movies IV

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. Below is a subset of Roger Ebert's list of great films containing those not in books I-III, i.e. those set for his as yet unpublished "The Great Movies IV".
  21. Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Picture's icon

    Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Picture

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. All the Best Picture winners from the OFCS Awards. Last updated: December 18, 2013.
  22. The A List - National Society of Film Critics' 100 Essential Films's icon

    The A List - National Society of Film Critics' 100 Essential Films

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. This is the Amazon book description for "The A List", published in 2002: People love movies. People love lists. So The A-List is a natural. While there are plenty of encyclopedic lists of films, this compulsively readable book of 100 essays—most written expressly for this volume-flags the best of the best as chosen by a consensus of the National Society of Film Critics. The Society is a world-renowned, marquee—name organization embracing some of America's most distinguished critics: more than forty writers who have national followings as well as devoted local constituencies in such major cities as New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Minneapolis. But make no mistake about it: This isn't a collection of esoteric "critic's choice" movies. The Society has made its selections based on a film's intrinsic merits, its role in the development of the motion-picture art, and its impact on culture and society. Some of the choices are controversial. So are some of the omissions. It will be a jumping-off point for discussions for years to come. And since the volume spans all international films from the very beginning, it will act as a balance to recent guides dominated by films of the last two decades (hardly film's golden age). Here is a book that is definitely ready for its close-up.
  23. The Guardian's 25 best arthouse films of all time's icon

    The Guardian's 25 best arthouse films of all time

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. The Guardian Newspaper's guide to the greatest drama and art films of all time, part of the Guardian and Observer's Film Season 2010.
  24. Sight & Sound 1992 Critics' Top Ten Poll's icon

    Sight & Sound 1992 Critics' Top Ten Poll

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. From 1992 the list was split into a directors and critics poll. This is the critics poll.
  25. Grand Prix - Belgian critics association's icon

    Grand Prix - Belgian critics association

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The Grand Prix is an award presented annually by the Belgian Film Critics Association, an organization of film critics from publications based in Brussels, Belgium. The Grand Prix was introduced in 1954 by the organizing committee to honor the "film that contributed the most to the enrichment and influence of cinema". In December of each year, the organization meets to vote for films released in the previous calendar year. To determine the nominations, ballots are sent in by the members – select knowledgeable film enthusiasts, academics, filmmakers, and journalists – and subsequently tabulated in order to decide the winner. Looking at some of the older entries, it's clear that back in those days the release date in some countries was years after the original release date.
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