This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
One favourite movie from every country of the world (in the wide sense and therefore not limited to present status in UN or such).
Libya - Shadows of a Leader: Qaddafi's Female Bodyguards
Pakistan - Dukhtar
Kazakhstan - The Owners
Georgia - Simindis kundzuli
Cambodia - Gibier d'Elevage
Cote d'Ivoire - Djeli, conte d'ajourd'hui
Isle of Man - Me and Orson Welles
Kzyrgyzstan - Svet-Ake
Guinea - Allah Tantou
Cameroon - Afrique, je te Plumerai
Madagascar - Angano... Angano...
Mauritania - Heremakono
Switzerland - Höhenfeuer
Palestine - Paradise Now
Macedonia - Before the Rain
Turkmenistan - Karakum
Chile - La Danza de Realidad
Saudi Arabia - Wadjda
Peru - El Limpiador
Cuba - Juan de los Muertos
Jamaica - Rockers
Brazil - Sudoeste
Argentina - Abbalay
Bhutan - Travellers and Magicians
Indonesia - Pintu Terlarang
Angola - O Grande Kilapy
Scotland - Wicker Man
Burkina Faso - Wend Kuuni
Algeria - La Battaglia di Algeri
Rwanda - Munyurangabo
East-Asia: Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Maledives, Pakistan, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei
Central-Asia: Uzbekistan, Tajikistan
Middle East: Bahrain, Cyprus, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon,
Northern Cyprus, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates,
Europe: Greenland, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Northen Ireland, Wales, Channel Islands, Luxembourg, Andorra, Portugal, Malta, San Marino, Vatican State, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, Ukraine, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Montenegro, Albania, Kosovo, Cyprus, Moldova, Lichtenstein
Oceania: Timor l'Este, Papua New Guinea
Africa: most ..
Now a days Animated Movies become more popular,Because World Loves Animation. From Young to Old everybody likes it. Here is the World Top 100 Animated Movies Of All Time, According to this guy.
My personal canon as of August 25, 2013. In making a list like this, I do think it's important to show some originality and shed some light on lesser seen films, so if I can omit Casablanca for Married to the Mob, of course I'm going to do it. I love so many movies that this was a difficult task, leading to decisions based on factors like how many films the director has on the list, rather than movie quality. I could make this list again tomorrow and have it be completely different, but I think that would go for any person who really loves movies, so that's enough of that.
Hello and welcome. We’re proud to present the result of months of consideration from the Film4 website team and the votes of 30 carefully selected film critics: this is our collectively collated 100 must-see movies of the 21st century so far.
Drawn from 29 countries around the world, the most recent release on our list is Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, which stormed into the chart at number 5. Other recent releases in the top 20 include Steve McQueen’s landmark 12 Years A Slave and Jonathan Glazer’s mesmeric Under The Skin. Glazer is one of just a handful of directors with two films on the list – the others are the afore-mentioned Linklater, indie essentials the Coen brothers, US powerhouse David Fincher and of course Austrian auteur Michael Haneke.
Something else we’re really proud of is the mixture of different types of film this list represents – there’s everything from modern teen classics like the Tina Fey-scripted Mean Girls, to massive animated blockbusters like Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee’s Frozen, to Oscar winners like Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire, to austere art-house triumphs such as Kelly Reichart’s Old Joy, to the acutely humane social realism found in The Selfish Giant by Clio Barnard. And much, much more.
The difficulty with these lists is always what gets left off (we're saving documentaries for another list entirely). Our long-list ran to an unwieldy 300+ which we had originally intended to cut down to a top 50 before realising that the 21st century has already generated too much brilliant cinema to represent in any meaningful way with 50 films. So with apologies to the many wonderful filmmakers whose work we were unable to include, we present our list of 100 must-see films of the century so far...
Written by Catherine Bray, David Cox, Joe Cunningham and Michael Leader
It is always a challenge to produce a definitive list of “must- see” movies, because value judgments are, by definition, extremely subjective. However, the 100 handpicked films in this section have delighted, moved or educated audiences of all ages, all over the world. Over the last nine decades, these films have changed our perceptions of cinema, and most have left an indelible mark on film history.