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  1. Meryl Streep Filmography's icon

    Meryl Streep Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 70:1. A list of feature films (major and minor roles) as well as miniseries starring Meryl Streep.
  2. 101 War Movies You Must See Before You Die's icon

    101 War Movies You Must See Before You Die

    Favs/dislikes: 69:1. Steven Jay Schneider's 101 War Movies You Must See Before You Die The horror and the heroism of war has long been a staple of cinema and the background for many different story genres, from anti-war comedies such as M*A*S*H to the heroic feats of combat troops and fighter pilots played by the likes of John Wayne and other screen favorites. Here are the 101 most memorable war films ever produced. [url=https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7249742-101-war-movies-you-must-see-before-you-die]Source[/url]
  3. Brian De Palma filmography's icon

    Brian De Palma filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 69:0. A list of all feature films directed by Brian De Palma
  4. Cannes Film Festival - Grand Prix's icon

    Cannes Film Festival - Grand Prix

    Favs/dislikes: 69:1. The Grand Prix is an award of the Cannes Film Festival bestowed by the jury of the festival on one of the competing feature films. It is the second-most prestigious prize of the festival after the Palme d'Or.
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    Internet Archive

    Favs/dislikes: 69:0. Welcome to the Archive's Moving Images library of free movies, films, and videos. This library contains thousands of digital movies uploaded by Archive users which range from classic full-length films, to daily alternative news broadcasts, to cartoons and concerts. Many of these videos are available for free download. This list contains all the entries that are listed on imdb with links to the film.
  6. Tim Dirks' The History of Sex in Cinema's icon

    Tim Dirks' The History of Sex in Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 69:0. The following listing of these influential, memorable and classic sex scenes and films (chronologically by year) takes into account all of the available surveys of this type of material, and attempts to provide an informed, detailed, unranked grouping of the most influential and groundbreaking films and scenes. It also considers other films with sex-related scenes, including portrayals of sex and/or nudity, and factors in a film's (or scene's) notoriety and infamy and the stars involved. Some of the most notorious (or infamous) films are quite mediocre, usually made as an excuse to display nudity or eroticism of a star performer.
  7. CollegeHumor.com's Top 100 Comedy Movies of All Time's icon

    CollegeHumor.com's Top 100 Comedy Movies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 68:5. Forget what the American Film Institute or your film professors have to say. They’re just boring old people! We asked YOU, people reading CollegeHumor, to vote on your favorite comedies and we have compiled the definitive list of The 100 Best Comedies of All Time (according to people who actually watch comedies, and not the aforementioned old people).
  8. Time Magazine’s 100 All Time movies's icon

    Time Magazine’s 100 All Time movies

    Favs/dislikes: 68:0. "Critics Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel pick the 100 best movies since 1923—the beginning of TIME." update: "Richard Corliss Expands TIME’s List of Cinematic Greats with 20 new entries"
  9. Time Travel Movies's icon

    Time Travel Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 68:0. List of movies that use time travel, time stopping, or time manipulation as a plot device
  10. 50 Greatest Sequels's icon

    50 Greatest Sequels

    Favs/dislikes: 67:30. This list contains the 50 greatest movie sequals as selected by the Empire Online website. Following the official definition of what a sequel is, it also includes movies that are not a second installent in a series. [url=https://www.empireonline.com/movies/features/50greatestsequels/]Source[/url]
  11. BFI Flare's Best LGBT Films of All Time's icon

    BFI Flare's Best LGBT Films of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 67:3. In celebration of their 30th anniversary, in 2016, the London LGBT Film Festival BFI Flare conducted a poll of over 100 programmers, critics and filmmakers asking for a top 10 list of the best LGBT films. Contains all films with at least 3 votes.
  12. 101 Sci-fi Movies You Must See Before You Die's icon

    101 Sci-fi Movies You Must See Before You Die

    Favs/dislikes: 66:0. From the book by Steven Jay Schneider
  13. Marx Brothers Movies's icon

    Marx Brothers Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 66:2. Chronological listing of films featuring the famous comedy team.
  14. Monty's Top Samurai Movies's icon

    Monty's Top Samurai Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 66:9. The list before your is the fruit of many years of reading about and watching samurai cinema. Moreover, as my main focus is on jidai-geki (i.e. Japanese period films set before 1868), and more specifically chanbara or sword fighting films, no crazy robot samurai anime will ever find its way here. The list will be expanded as I come across new goodies. All the titles in the list are available with English subs. Apart from the first ten titles, this list is unranked. Hiroshi Inagaki's Miyamoto Musashi trilogy is not included here as I find Tomu Uchida's six part treatment of the same story vastly superior. In case anyone misses the Zatoichi films here, it's because they fall loosely into the genre of ninkyo-eiga. The one film in this great series I have included is that in which Zatoichi has this epic showdown against a samurai. For discussion, reviews and even more viewing suggestions, check out the samurai film challenge thread here: [url]http://s15.zetaboards.com/iCheckMovies/topic/7264539/1/[/url] -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cette liste est le résultat de plusieurs années de lecture et de visionnage de films de samouraïs. Mon intention ayant été de me focaliser sur les films de chanbara classiques, vous n'y trouverez ici jamais aucun anime de robot fou samouraï. Si la trilogie sur Miyamoto Musashi de Hiroshi Inagaki ne figure pas dans la liste, c'est qu'il me semble que la version en six parties de Tomu Uchida lui est immensément supérieure.Vous n'y trouverez pas plus les films sur Zatoichi, la série correspondant plutôt au sous-genre ninkyo-eiga (littéralement "film de chevalerie"); le seul de ces films figurant dans la liste concerne celui où Zatoichi affronte un samouraï dans un duel mémorable.
  15. More Noirs from TSPDT's icon

    More Noirs from TSPDT

    Favs/dislikes: 66:7. An addendum to The TSPDT 250 Quintessential Noir Films list, this list includes films that are noir precursors, modern noir, non-American noir, and additional films between 1940-1964 that have noir elements. TSPDT is updating this list. This new listing of noir films - that will be revealed gradually over the next year or so - is an updating and sizeable expansion of the 250 Quintessential Noir Films and will replace this list upon its completion Description updated 11/2/15
  16. Tom Hanks Filmography's icon

    Tom Hanks Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 66:4. The always likable Tom Hanks' films.
  17. Anthology Film Archives' Essential Cinema's icon

    Anthology Film Archives' Essential Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 65:5. A very special series of films screened on a repertory basis, the Essential Cinema Repertory collection consists of 110 programs/330 titles assembled in 1970-75 by Anthology’s Film Selection Committee – James Broughton, Ken Kelman, Peter Kubelka, P. Adams Sitney, and Jonas Mekas. It was an ambitious attempt to define the art of cinema. The project was never completed but even in its unfinished state the series provides an uncompromising critical overview of cinema’s history. The information for the selected films of Keaton, Lumières, Chaplin and Warhol was provided by the AFA's collection department.
  18. Academy Award Cartoons & Animated Shorts's icon

    Academy Award Cartoons & Animated Shorts

    Favs/dislikes: 64:1. Beginning in the 1931-1932 Oscars, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has honored outstanding achievements in animated short subjects. Last updated: February 27, 2017.
  19. Bette Davis' Filmography's icon

    Bette Davis' Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 64:0. Excluding TV shows and appearances, shorts, and uncredited work.
  20. Edward Norton Filmography's icon

    Edward Norton Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 64:1. A list of all feature films starring Edward Norton.
  21. Jean-Pierre Melville filmography's icon

    Jean-Pierre Melville filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 64:0.
  22. Martin Scorsese's Film School: The 85 films you need to see to know anything about film's icon

    Martin Scorsese's Film School: The 85 films you need to see to know anything about film

    Favs/dislikes: 64:1. With 11 nominations and five wins for Hugo at the 2012 Oscars, Martin Scorsese remains one of the most influential directors in Hollywood. But what influenced him? Here’s an A-Z list of the films that mattered to Scorsese (in other words, the films you need to see to be the film expert you think you are).
  23. 100 Musicals (BFI Screen Guide)'s icon

    100 Musicals (BFI Screen Guide)

    Favs/dislikes: 63:2. "From the coming of sound to the 1960s, the musical was central to Hollywood production. Exhibiting – often in spectacular fashion – the remarkable resources of the Hollywood studios, musicals came to epitomise the very idea of 'light entertainment'. Films like Top Hat and 42nd Street, Meet Me in St. Louis and On the Town, Singin' in the Rain and Oklahoma!, West Side Story and The Sound of Music were hugely popular, yet were commonly regarded by cultural commentators as trivial and escapist. It was the 1970s before serious study of the Hollywood musical began to change critical attitudes and foster an interest in musical films produced in other cultures. Hollywood musicals have become less common, but the genre persists and both academic interest in and fond nostalgia for the musical shows no signs of abating. 100 Film Musicals provides a stimulating overview of the genre's development, its major themes and the critical debates it has provoked. While centred on the dominant Hollywood tradition, 100 Film Musicals includes films from countries that often tried to emulate the Hollywood style, like Britain and Germany, as well as from very different cultures like India, Egypt and Japan. Jim Hillier and Douglas Pye also discuss post-1960s films from many different sources which adapt and reflect on the conventions of the genre, including recent examples such as Moulin Rouge! and High School Musical, demonstrating that the genre is still very much alive." [url=http://shop.bfi.org.uk/books/bfi-screen-guides/100-film-musical-book.html#.Wg3fhGhSzIU]Source[/url]
  24. David Lean Filmography's icon

    David Lean Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 63:0. British director David Lean's work spans from small romances, like Brief Encounter, to grand epics, like Lawrence of Arabia.
  25. Ex-Top1000 - They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?'s icon

    Ex-Top1000 - They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?

    Favs/dislikes: 63:3. This list displays all the films that dropped off TSPDT 1,000 Greatest Films, going back to March 2006.
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