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.
The 1970s were a decade in the last century. A lot of stuff happened then. There were wars, elections, uprisings, crises and scandals. People were born and died. Sport matches were won and lost. Things were invented. Trends came and went. This is the complete list of the favorite movies made during that decade according to the voters on the iCM forum.
This is a list of science-fiction films organized chronologically. These films have been released to a cinema audience by the commercial film industry and are widely distributed with reviews by reputable critics. This includes silent film–era releases, serial films, and feature-length films. All of the films include core elements of science fiction, but can cross into other genres such as drama, mystery, action, horror, fantasy, and comedy.
Among the listed movies are films that have won motion-picture and science-fiction awards as well as films that have been listed among the worst movies ever made, or have won one or more Golden Raspberry Awards.
This list also contains additional sci-fi films that were missing from wikipedia's list.
This list is useful if looking for a sci-fi film that is on an official icm list. Just sort the list by number of official lists.
1508 movies up to year 1992. Movies from every part of the world selected and analyzed by Jacques Lourcelles, a french cinema critic. A lot of movies (mostly french) you won't find on any other lists
This is a list of all movies tagged with war at IMDb. Minimum number of votes to enter this list is 100.
Feature films, videos and TV movies are included.
Documentaries, shorts and TV series are excluded.
Updated: Oct. 8. 2014
List combining The TSPDT Mega Noir List, The Film Noir Guide, The Film Noir Encyclopedia, The DVD Beaver Essential Film Noir List, The British Film Noir Guide and the 2 BFI Film Noir Lists.
All Feature Films shown at the Vienna International Film Festival since 1996.
From the Homepage:
The Viennale is Austria’s most important international film event, as well as one of the oldest and best-known festivals in the German-speaking world. Every October, the Viennale takes place in beautiful cinemas in Vienna’s historic center, providing the festival with an international orientation and a distinctive urban flair. A high percentage of the more than 96,000 visitors to the festival from Austria and abroad is made up of a decidedly young audience.
In its main program, the Viennale shows a carefully picked selection of new films from all over the globe as well as from Austria, some of them international premieres. The choice of about 300 films offers a cross-section of bold film-making which stands apart from the aesthetics of mainstream conventionality and is politically relevant. Aside from its focus on the newest feature films of every genre and structural form imaginable, the festival gives particular attention to documentary films, international short films, as well as experimental works and crossover films.
Documentaries, Short Films, Retrospectives, Tributes and Special Programs are not included in this list.
The famous book of Schneider "1001 movies you must see before you die" has several editions. Every few years a new edition is published with new titles (after removing some other titles). Also there are editions especially for a certain country with additional titles from that country.
In this list I'll try to collect as many titles as possible that were in at least one edition of this book. So far I included, apart from the obvious English editions (rank 1-1171), the Dutch (rank 1172-1182), the Swedish (rank 1183-1204), the Greek (rank 1205-1246), the Norwegian (rank 1247-1253), the Finnish (rank 1254-1272), the Danish (rank 1273-1278), the Brazilian (rank 1279-1289), the Hungarian (rank 1290-1295) and the French (rank 1296-1312) editions. I found information about the Portuguese, Spanish, Slovanian, Croatian, Turkish and Polish editions, but these didn't have additional titles. I’ll search for more editions. If you’ve got information about any other, please let me know.