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 a list of all the westerns directed by John Ford (Lost films not included.)
I know 7 Women is not technically a western, because of where it's set. But it really obeys many of the laws of the genre.
Jonathan Pryce gained fame as Sam Lowry in Terry Gilliam's brilliant dystopia 'Brazil' (1985) - shy and nervous man who nevertheless gains the courage to pursue the woman of his dreams and to fight agains nigthmarish bureaucratic state he lives in. After 'Brazil', however, Pryce was mostly seen as a villain by Hollywood directors and even by Gilliam himself who cast Pryce in 'The Adventures of Baron Munchausen' (1988) and 'The Brothers Grimm' (2005) - both times as an antagonist. Pryce also gave interesting performances in such movies as 'Something Wicked This Way Comes' (1983), 'Glengarry Glen Ross' (1992), 'Carrington' (1995) and others.
Kenji's list on MUBI
"The list isn't in order of merit, more how the films came to mind"
#10 Fanny and Alexander is for the television version
#19 The Human Condition trilogy is counted as one in film in the original list
#59 Looking Out for Hope by Philip Harder isn't on imdb; it would fall between Winter and The Claim
#63 Antigravitation by Audrius Stonys isn't on imdb; it would fall between Let the Right One In and Time Stood Still
#85 The Ethereal Melancholy of Seeing Horses in the Cold by Scott Barley isn't on imdb; it would fall between Blast of Silence and Class Trip
#99 Decalogue specifically refers to the first episode of the miniseries; I've added the entry for this episode right after
#101 Railroaders is not on MUBI, I've added it to the end of the list
From the book "Reading the Images From Cinema" (free translation), which intends by presenting the tools of interpretation of the plan, and the sequence of the movie, teach us to look at the pictures. Co-written with Michel Marie