Charts: Lists

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.

  1. ShortList - The 25 Greatest Movies of the 1990s's icon

    ShortList - The 25 Greatest Movies of the 1990s

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. The 70s was an era of groundbreaking creativity, the 80s saw the advent of the blockbuster, but the 90s saw a little of both, resulting in a perfect mix of big-budget blockbusters, and quirky, inventive cult hits. Here's ShortList's list of the 25 top films of the 90s.
  2. Sincast Best In The Year's icon

    Sincast Best In The Year

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. The best film of each year since 1975, as voted on by the 3 hosts of the Cinemasins Sincast, each year is voted on at the top of a podcast, released each week.
  3. SmashingLists:  Films Considered the Greatest Ever in Each Category's icon

    SmashingLists: Films Considered the Greatest Ever in Each Category

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Every so often, a film comes along that resets the standard for it’s genre so SmashingLists' editors decided to list down the greatest ever in each of the categories based on the awards and user votes from multiple sources to eliminate any bias. 1. Action 2. Animation 3. Comedy 4. Comic/Superhero 5. Crime/Gangster/Drama 6. Fantasy/Adventure 7. Romance 8. Horror/Thriller 9. Science Fiction 10.War 11.Mystery 12.Epic 13.Musical 14.Sports 15.Propaganda 16.Western 17.Courtroom 18.Disaster/Tragedy
  4. Soul Culture - The 10 Best Films Of The Decade's icon

    Soul Culture - The 10 Best Films Of The Decade

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. The 10 Best Films of the Decade (2000-2009) selected by soulculture.com
  5. Stuff's Top 25 War Movies's icon

    Stuff's Top 25 War Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. War movies, on the other hand, are great. Here are the best of the lot.
  6. Stylus Magazine’s Top Films of the Millennium (2007)'s icon

    Stylus Magazine’s Top Films of the Millennium (2007)

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. It's not the end of the decade yet, but it’s been an amazing one so far, and narrowing eight years of cinema down to twelve films (one per writer on the Stylus film staff) has been a chore. Enjoy our recommendations, and check out individual writer lists after the article.
  7. The 20 Best Movies About Mysteries That Remain Unsolved's icon

    The 20 Best Movies About Mysteries That Remain Unsolved

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Who doesn’t enjoy a good mystery? A puzzle or an element of suspense that gradually reveals itself––often with a detective figure or maybe even a supernatural ingredient to elevate the stakes or uncertainty? It’s often in genre films that we get the most tangible of mysteries, in horror, crime, sci-fi, or maybe a hardboiled noir setting. True crime and fact-based narratives also provide ample intrigue. But, as with real life, sometimes there are no easy answers, clues have been covered, tip-offs withheld, witnesses vanish, lies told, the truth fractured, obscured, or altogether invisible. A good mystery, as the films presented in this list suggest, may not necessarily be satisfyingly resolved. Maybe the real drama rests in the unraveling? Or the obsessions of the investigator, or the guile of the guilty party? One final note, as the very nature of this list suggests, there are spoilers ahead that reveal certain elements of the films, though care has been taken to preserve much of the mystery so that there are still ample reasons to track down those films discussed that you’ve yet to see. Enjoy the ensuing drama, maybe you can figure out elements others missed, or maybe not, either way happy snooping and maybe endure a sleepless night or two…
  8. The 20 Eeriest Movies of All Time's icon

    The 20 Eeriest Movies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. The word “horror” is defined by Merriam-Webster as “painful and intense fear, dread…” Not a surprising summation of what the Horror Film genre tries to instill. In the past decade, theatrical horror films have been dominated by the company Blumhouse Productions. Their spotty releases have included “Paranormal Activity”, “Sinister”, as well as the “Insidious” and “The Purge” soon-to-be franchises. It seemed, for a bit, that the genre was relegated to “jump-scares” and loud musical stings that make audiences leap. Those releases, as well as others, have a very hit-or-miss final result. 2016’s “The Witch” shows a light at the end of the tunnel. And here is the reason why. One sub-genre of horror doesn’t particularly scream box-office gold, and that, more than anything else, has led to its scarcity. That genre is the EERIE FILM; Movies that take a while to develop characters audiences care about, and instill a general sense of “dread.” These films may not make you jump, but instead rely on mood and atmosphere, as well as successful character likeability, to get under your skin. The 20 films on this list use the slow-burn technique. The attention given to the smaller details, and the surrounding locations all add up to movies that stay with you long after the final credits. Even thinking about a terrifically eerie movie is enough to give you goosebumps for years, even decades later. Here, in chronological order of release, are 20 films that are sure to induce shivers and happily warrant repeat viewings. It’s certainly no wonder that each and every title on this list has its loyal cult following. Some titles are already required viewing for any respectable horror fan. It’s to be hoped that even more of these films you have never heard of. If you’re not familiar with some of these, you might want to take the time to seek them out. They are all definitive examples of EERIE movies.
  9. The 25 Most Intelligent Movies of All Time's icon

    The 25 Most Intelligent Movies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. This list/article is the fourth in a series arguing that for cinema to-be-and-to-be-taken-seriously as an art form, it must forgo and move beyond Hollywood-like visual-based ways of meaning-formation/understanding into actor-, face-, dialogue-, voice-, emo-tion-, body-, character-, feeling,-, behavior/psychology-, and tone-based ones. Readers are strongly advised to read my three previous articles, especially (though by no means only) the lengthy theoretical/aesthetic introduction to the first, which obviously cannot be reprinted here for reasons of brevity, for a fuller understanding of this intellectu-al/critical project (and also because some important information contained therein about several directors to be discussed will also not be reprinted).
  10. The 27 greatest stop motion movies of all time's icon

    The 27 greatest stop motion movies of all time

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. With Laika's visually sumptuous and breathtaking stop motion masterpiece Kubo And The Two Strings dazzling audiences throughout the country, what better time to celebrate this singular and remarkable art form? The effect is created when an on-screen character or object is carefully manipulated one frame at a time, leading to an illusion of movement during playback - and such fiendishly intricate work, which takes years of dedication, deserves to be honoured. Here are the greatest examples of stop motion movie mastery.
  11. The 50 Best Movie Posters Ever's icon

    The 50 Best Movie Posters Ever

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Sometimes, one sheet is all it takes to pique your interest in a film: a dazzling color scheme, a clever concept, an arresting image. Film posters are more than just marketing materials – they’re undeniably an artform in themselves, with the world’s greatest illustrators and designers (including the likes of Drew Struzan, Saul Bass, and Bill Gold who passed away earlier in 2018) producing works that have sometimes become as iconic as the movies they’re promoting. Empire has gone back to the drawing board to find the 50 greatest movie posters to ever grace cinemas, bedrooms, and billboards everywhere.
  12. The Film Stage: Top 100 Films of the Decade's icon

    The Film Stage: Top 100 Films of the Decade

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Here the top 100 films of the decade 2000s (2000-2009) selected by The Film Stage.
  13. The Guardian's Greatest Films of All Time: The Horror 25's icon

    The Guardian's Greatest Films of All Time: The Horror 25

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0.
  14. The Most Famous Movie Set in Every State's icon

    The Most Famous Movie Set in Every State

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. In 2018, Business Insider set out to name the most famous movie in every state — a challenging and subjective endeavor. Some states were more obvious than others. While there's no place like Kansas, New York has inspired directors from Martin Scorsese to Rob Reiner. To pick the most famous, the site evaluated the state's prominence in the movie and considered whether it was filmed in that state or not. The movie's lifetime gross, its critical acclaim, and testimonials by the site's geographically diverse staff also influenced their decisions.
  15. The Muriels Hall of Fame's icon

    The Muriels Hall of Fame

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. From site: Back in December 2006, between episodes of the U.S. premiere of OUT 1, Steven Carlson and Paul Clark sketched out an idea for some movie awards. The intent was to assemble a ragtag band of scattered cinephiles in order to recognize noteworthy achievements from the previous year in cinema, unswayed by awards-season hype. Plus we just thought it would be fun. As for the name "The Muriel Awards," it was inspired by Paul's guinea pig, who is both temperamental and endlessly curious, two traits which are common to a lot of die-hard filmgoers. Of course, few of them are as cute (see below).
  16. The Sydney Morning Herald: Ten Years, Ten Film's icon

    The Sydney Morning Herald: Ten Years, Ten Film

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Realistically there is one qualification for consideration in either list. The film had to have a cineama release, in the decade from 2000 - 2009, in Australia. In the instance of record / memory failure, IMDb is taken as the authority. Interestingly 1999 appears to have been an incredible year for cinema if the sheer number of frustrating releases that you really wish qualified, is anything to go by. An interesting observation. In ten years of intense cinema going, DVD watching, Foxtel IQing and totally legal downloading a few truths become self-evident: - Clearly, you will never see all the films in a decade. You will also never manage to see all the films you 'should' see from that era. So no matter what films are included in the list, someone will always respond with a film you haven't got to yet. This isn't a failing on the part of the list, it's more an incentive to go and see it. For example, here's an admission: The autho has not seen No Country For Old Men yet from what everyone has said it would otherwise have made for serious consideration. - There were a lot of really good films made in the last ten years, no matter what your grandparents / parents / film school graduate friends tell you. They may not make them like they 'used to' or they 'should' but dang, some of them are good. - Making one of these lists is the most subjective thing you will do today. Two people pretty much cannot agree on a top ten list. It's like taking a group of people to the DVD store and asking them all to agree on one film. If people still went to DVD stores that is. So let's go. And remember, if your reaction to this list is of the "You're wrong", "You're mad" or "You should be shot" variety - then the response is "Well, yes" and "Challenge extended: Show us your list then!" CATEGORIES To try and give a variety of films a look in, the following list is broken up very roughly into genres. There are of course way more than ten categories of films, so to say that some very dis-similar films have been shoe-horned in together, would be a gross misunderstatement. As such more than one film is mentioned in each tier, and any that are named deserve a spot in the list. 1. Biopics 2. Action 3. Foreign Language 4. Australian 5. Documentary 6. Franchise 7. Indie Comedy 8. Mainstream Comedy 9. Indie 10.Animated So without further ado...
  17. The Telegraph: The Films That Defined The Noughties's icon

    The Telegraph: The Films That Defined The Noughties

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. This decade has brought some extraordinary shifts in the way films are made, and the way we watch them. But it’s not always easy to pinpoint exactly when those changes began – or where they will end. Many of the best films on this list – long-gestating triumphs such as In the Mood for Love or Spirited Away – were in development in the Nineties; others, now in production, will only see the light of day in a few years time. More than that, some of the key trends of the past 10 years – the DVD boom, faster broadband, YouTube – mean that today’s film fans have been watching, legally or illegally, movies from a bygone age. A fragmented, pick’n’mix cinematic culture, represented on this list by highly referential films such as Kill Bill, Moulin Rouge! and Far from Heaven, is increasingly the norm, not the exception. Big studios have continued to focus on blockbusters and franchise-fare to boost their profits. This hasn’t always been bad – the Bourne and Lord of the Rings trilogies are terrific fun – but it’s striking that artistically successful, award-winning features such as There Will Be Blood and Milk have under-performed at the box office: how sombre they must seem to audiences weaned on Pirates of the Caribbean and Spider-Man. How CGI-depleted! How zombie-less! Documentaries – intimate (Être et Avoir), epic (the nine-hour West of the Tracks) and idiosyncratic (The Gleaners and I) – have flourished, in part because of cheap digital technology, but also because that genre is given increasingly short-shrift on television. Animation – from the reliable Pixar stable to the Israeli Waltz with Bashir – has moved mainstream. The independent sector has become more international with the rise of Mexican drama, Korean horror, Romanian social realism. The succès d’estime of Steve McQueen’s Hunger and Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Tropical Malady bodes well for the future of art film. Cinema, claimed by many to be moribund at the end of the Nineties, is still hungry, furious and vital.
  18. The Top 20 Horror Science-Fiction Films of All Time!'s icon

    The Top 20 Horror Science-Fiction Films of All Time!

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. What happens when you combine horror and science-fiction - those two vaunted pillars of genre entertainment? You wind up with some of the most fascinating, challenging, and downright kick-ass pieces of cinematic gold ever created. The key to great horror/sci-fi is maintaining that balance between the horrific and the…well, science-fictiony elements, and we think that the 20 flicks included in this list represent the very best examples of just that. We hope you enjoy, and let’s keep the rowdiness to a minimum - people are trying to sleep around here!
  19. The Top 21 Movies of the 21st Century……So Far!'s icon

    The Top 21 Movies of the 21st Century……So Far!

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. It’s one thing to come up with a list of the best movies in any given year, but the best movies of a century that’s just in its 16th year? We Are Movie Geeks polled a group of 30 carefully-selected (and mostly St. Louis-based) movie critics, movie bloggers, movie academics, movie promoters, and just plain old movie fans and asked for a list, in order of preference, of their Top Ten Favorite Films so far this century. Somewhere among the endless superhero blockbusters, franchise reboots, and sequels, some really great movies have come out in the last 16 years. And some of them were indeed superhero blockbusters, franchise reboots, and sequels! The 21st century has another 84 years to go, and there’s no doubt that these choices will change as the years go by, but since it’s doubtful any of those polled will be around when the century ends (unless Stephen Tronicek – born in 1999 – makes it to 101), we might as well do this now. To come up with our top 21, a super-scientific algorithm was generated….just kidding! We simply scored each movie based on its rank in any given list. If a movie was #1 on any list, it received 10 points, #2 received 9 points, and so on (a movie ranked #10 received 1 point – get it?). Of course, all of these lists are highly subjective and some favorite titles will be omitted, so prepare to argue with the selections of these 30 film buffs.
  20. TimeOut's 12 Best Stand-Up Specials Of All Time's icon

    TimeOut's 12 Best Stand-Up Specials Of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. "TimeOut watched and ranked the best stand-up comedians’ specials of all time, so get ready to laugh your ass off. If you’re too tired to go out to one of the city’s best comedy clubs, just stay in and appreciate the true best comedians of all time doing what they do best in these videos. Who knows, maybe one will inspire you to try your own hand at one of the city’s open mic nights."
  21. Top 50 Films About Conspiracy (Theories)'s icon

    Top 50 Films About Conspiracy (Theories)

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Based on several lists available on Internet. Methodology: Eligibility: Lists with 10 to 30 entries. Not eligible: too specific lists such as "available on Netflix", documentaries only, "best of the decade", etc. and lists made by users in imdb, mubi, icm, etc Distribution of points: For ranked lists: #1: 20 points #2: 18 points and so on until #10: 2 points #11 or lower: 1 point Not ranked lists: points are splitted equally. For instance: lists with 15 entries: 20+18+...+2+1+1+1+1+1=115 / 15 = 7.67 => 8 points for each film. Tied films split the points Bonus for each additional entry: 2 points Tie-brake rules: #1: Total of points #2: Number of entries #3: Year of release #4: Alphabetical order About this list: Lists used: 57 Nominated films: 169 My Top 10 (based on nominated films) (in alphabetical order) Blowup (1966) Cabinet des Dr. Caligari, Das (1920) Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler (1922) Fight Club (1999) JFK (1991) L.A. Confidential (1997) Manchurian Candidate, The (1962) Pi (1998) Wicker Man, The (1973) Z (1969) Others lists with the same methodology: Top 50 Business Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+business+films/baalman/ Top 50 Rock'n Roll Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+rockn+roll+films/baalman/ Top 50 Car Movies https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+car+movies/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Arts and Artists https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+art+and+artists/baalman/ Top 50 Dystopian Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+dystopian+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Politics https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+politics/baalman/ Top 50 Plot Twist Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+plot+twist+films/baalman/ Top 50 Surrealistic Films http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+surrealistic+films/baalman/ Top 50 Disturbing Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+disturbing+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Media https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+media/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Law https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+law/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Writers and Writing https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+writers+and+writing/baalman/
  22. Top 50 Films About Law's icon

    Top 50 Films About Law

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Based on several lists available on Internet, incluing about justice, lawyers, courtrooms. Methodology: Eligibility: Lists with 10 to 30 entries. Not eligible: too specific lists such as "available on Netflix", documentaries only, "best of the decade", etc. and lists made by users in imdb, mubi, icm, etc Distribution of points: For ranked lists: #1: 20 points #2: 18 points and so on until #10: 2 points #11 or lower: 1 point Not ranked lists: points are splitted equally. For instance: lists with 15 entries: 20+18+...+2+1+1+1+1+1=115 / 15 = 7.67 => 8 points for each film. Tied films split the points Bonus for each additional entry: 2 points Tie-brake rules: #1: Total of points #2: Number of entries #3: Year of release #4: Alphabetical order About this list: Lists used: 64 Nominated films: 182 My Top 10 (based on nominated films) (in alphabetical order) 12 Angry Men (1957) État de siège (1972) M - Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder (1931) On the Waterfront (1954) Passion de Jeanne d'Arc, La (1928) Paths of Glory (1957) Procès, Le (1962) Rashomon (1950) Secreto de Sus Ojos, El (2009) Shawshank Redemption, The (1994) Others lists with the same methodology: Top 50 Business Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+business+films/baalman/ Top 50 Rock'n Roll Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+rockn+roll+films/baalman/ Top 50 Car Movies https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+car+movies/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Arts and Artists https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+art+and+artists/baalman/ Top 50 Dystopian Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+dystopian+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Politics https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+politics/baalman/ Top 50 Plot Twist Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+plot+twist+films/baalman/ Top 50 Surrealistic Films http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+surrealistic+films/baalman/ Top 50 Disturbing Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+disturbing+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Media https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+media/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Writers and Writing https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+writers+and+writing/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Conspiracy (Theories) https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+conspiracy+theories/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Mental Illness http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+mental+illness/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Serial Killers https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+serial+killers/baalman/
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    Top 50 Films About Writers and Writing

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Based on several lists available on Internet. Methodology: Eligibility: Lists with 10 to 30 entries. Not eligible: too specific lists such as "available on Netflix", documentaries only, "best of the decade", etc. and lists made by users in imdb, mubi, icm, etc Distribution of points: For ranked lists: #1: 20 points #2: 18 points and so on until #10: 2 points #11 or lower: 1 point Not ranked lists: points are splitted equally. For instance: lists with 15 entries: 20+18+...+2+1+1+1+1+1=115 / 15 = 7.67 => 8 points for each film. Tied films split the points Bonus for each additional entry: 2 points Tie-brake rules: #1: Total of points #2: Number of entries #3: Year of release #4: Alphabetical order About this list: Lists used: 56 Nominated films: 207 My Top 10 (based on nominated films) (in alphabetical order) Almost Famous (2000) Barton Fink (1991) Deconstructing Harry (1997) Hours, The (2002) Lost Weekend, The (1945) Manhattan (1979) Såsom i en Spegel (1961) Scaphandre et le Papillon, Le (2007) Sult (1966) Sunset Blvd. (1950) Others lists with the same methodology: Top 50 Business Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+business+films/baalman/ Top 50 Rock'n Roll Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+rockn+roll+films/baalman/ Top 50 Car Movies https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+car+movies/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Arts and Artists https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+art+and+artists/baalman/ Top 50 Dystopian Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+dystopian+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Politics https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+politics/baalman/ Top 50 Plot Twist Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+plot+twist+films/baalman/ Top 50 Surrealistic Films http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+surrealistic+films/baalman/ Top 50 Disturbing Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+disturbing+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Media https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+media/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Law https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+law/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Conspiracy (Theories) https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+conspiracy+theories/baalman/
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    Top 50 Plot Twist Films

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Based on several lists available on Internet. Methodology: Eligibility: Lists with 10 to 30 entries. Not eligible: too specific lists such as "available on Netflix", documentaries only, "best of the decade", etc. and lists made by users in imdb, mubi, icm, etc Distribution of points: For ranked lists: #1: 20 points #2: 18 points and so on until #10: 2 points #11 or lower: 1 point Not ranked lists: points are splitted equally. For instance: lists with 15 entries: 20+18+...+2+1+1+1+1+1=115 / 15 = 7.67 => 8 points for each film. Tied films split the points Bonus for each additional entry: 2 points Tie-brake rules: #1: Total of points #2: Number of entries #3: Year of release #4: Alphabetical order About this list: Lists used: 78 Nominated films: 200 My Top 10 (based on nominated films) (in alphabetical order) Citizen Kane (1941) Dogville (2003) Donnie Darko (2001) Inception (2010) Matrix, The (1999) Mulholland Dr. (2001) Oldeuboi (2003) Secreto de Sus Ojos, El (2009) Spoorloos (1988) Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Others lists with the same methodology: Top 50 Business Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+business+films/baalman/ Top 50 Rock'n Roll Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+rockn+roll+films/baalman/ Top 50 Car Movies https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+car+movies/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Arts and Artists https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+art+and+artists/baalman/ Top 50 Dystopian Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+dystopian+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Politics https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+politics/baalman/ Top 50 Surrealistic Films http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+surrealistic+films/baalman/ Top 50 Disturbing Films https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+disturbing+films/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Media https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+media/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Law https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+law/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Writers and Writing https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+writers+and+writing/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Conspiracy (Theories) https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+conspiracy+theories/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Mental Illness http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+mental+illness/baalman/ Top 50 Films About Serial Killers https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/top+50+films+about+serial+killers/baalman/
  25. Total Film: The Greatest Movies of the Decade's icon

    Total Film: The Greatest Movies of the Decade

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. This was a list published by Total Film in a special edition chronicling their ten favourite movies in the 2000s. Based on 24 Total Film's staff. This list shows movies with more than 1 vote. No. 1 and 2 tied with 9 votes. No. 3 and 4 tied with 7 votes. No. 5 to 8 tied with 6 votes. No. 9 to 12 tied with 5 votes. No. 13 to 18 tied with 4 votes. No. 19 to 29 tied with 3 votes. No. 30 to 41 tied with 2 votes.
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