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.
This is [url=https://www.icheckmovies.com/profiles/baggerman/]Baggerman's[/url] personal toplist of Czech and Slovak Films, made for a toplist-forum on [url=http://www.moviemeter.nl/forum/18/14492/990]moviemeter.nl[/url]
Philip St. John Basil Rathbone (13 June 1892 – 21 July 1967) was a South African-born British actor who appeared in over 70 films, primarily costume dramas, swashbucklers, and, occasionally, horror films. He frequently portrayed suave villains or morally ambiguous characters, but his most famous role, however, was heroic—that of Sherlock Holmes.
This list doesn't include TV movies, series, or shorts.
All films with at least one vote in the BBC Culture poll used to create their list of "100 Greatest Films" of the 21st Century.
Carlos (Olivier Assayas, 2010) appears split into three episodes here.
Che (Steven Soderbergh, 2008) appears split into two parts here.
The omnibus film Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet, corresponds to Adrian Martin's #2 pick, but he singled out only Víctor Erice's entry, "Lifeline."
I am assuming "Alexandre Sokurov (Aleksandr Sokurov, 2015)" refers to Sokurov's Francofonia.
Not in IMDb:
Storia di una Donna Amata e di un Assassino Gentile (Luigi M. Faccini, 2009) [Number 6 in Adriano Aprà's list]
A Letter to Nelson Mandela (Khalo Matabane, 2013) [Number 3 in Lindiwe Dovey's list]
A Commuter’s Life (What a Life!) (Ernie Gehr, 2014) [Number 7 in Tom Gunning's list]
Mosaik Mécanique (Norbert Pfaffenbichler, 2008) [Number 10 in Alexander Horwath's list]
My Heart Beats Only for Her (Mohamed Soueid, 2009) [Number 7 in Rasha Salti's list]
Going over the alphabetical list of critics, Eric Kohn is the first one whose films had all been mentioned already by someone else.
couldn't find a better list, so this is just someone's opinion I don't necessarily agree with (where's Bean!)
"by Djpolofish created 05 Sep 2011
This is a list of British TV comedies that will enhance your very being " Come with us now on a journey through time and space"....... in no particular order......"
1-13: FEATURE FILMS
(not on IMDb: The Cross of the Moment)
58-59: HOUSING (minus 1 title bc shared with the People section)
60-73: FOOD and AGRICULTURE
77-85: POLLUTION and WASTE
86-89: FOSSIL FUELS
(not on IMDb: Fossil Free)
97-100: CONSERVATION and ANIMALS
120-125: VISUAL SPECTACULARS (NATURE AND HUMANITY)
126-132: Honourable mentions (mostly FEATURE FILMS)
(not on IMDb: The Story of Stuff)
All submissions to the Academy Awards for consideration as nominees for the Best Foreign Language Film award from 1946 to 1980
The only film missing is Enslaved by the Past (1974), the Egyptian submission to the 47th Academy Awards, which does not have an IMDB entry.
(note: from 1946 to 1955, individual countries did not submit films for consideration. So prior to 1956, the films only include the actual winner of the award)
Russian-speaking cinephiles (Band Apart Cinephiles Society) have compiled a list of the 55 greatest Soviet and Russian-language films of all time (2010).
The leaders are "Letyat zhuravli" ("Cranes are flying") and "Sobachye serdtse" (Heart of the dog).