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.
Published in the February 2010 issue, as stated in the article this list represents "not a 'top 30', but the films that in our opinion best represent the decade's most distinctive oeuvres and movements". The full article introducing the list can be read at the source link.
All films mentioned by name in the 2006 documentary directed by David Thompson called _Silent Britain_, in the order in which they are mentioned.
Not found on iCM or imdb: Train Entering Hove Station (1897), which the documentary describes as a response to the famous 1896 Lumiere film, L'arrivée d'un train à La Ciotat. I am guessing that this movie by George Albert Smith is the film imdb calls Passenger Train (1897): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2316963/
Edit: I've now added the latter film to iCM and to this list.
The Slovak Film Institute's series of DVD releases (with English subtitles) dedicated to important cinematic works from a decade (or decades) of Slovakian film - so far, they've released ten films from the 40s-50s, twenty films from the 60s, ten from the 70s, and ten from the 80s.
A selection of some of the highlights from this historically influential movement which spanned in the 1920s in the Soviet cinema system. The montage theorists are norotious for their manupulative use of editing which revolutionized the view at film form. Cinema as a form of art was highly acknowledged by the Bolsheviks, and this particular form of filmmaking was widely used as propaganda to promote their political views.
All Star Trek in broadcast order. Source: http://startreklist.blogspot.co.uk/2011/04/list-of-all-star-trek-episodes-sorted_05.html
The only change I made to the order is moving the pilot episode to precede the original series, despite the fact it was not broadcast until 1988.
This year marks the 120th anniversary of the public projection of cinema. In honor of that, I've compiled the films for each year that have accumulated the most 9 and 10 ratings on IMDb. The result makes for a nice primer on film history: the movies throughout time that modern viewers most love.
These were listed by Total Film magazine as the most influential movies ever made in their May 2009 Issue. It covers a broad range of landmark movies from every decade and from every genre.