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.
Based on several lists available on Internet.
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
#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)
Donnie Darko (2001)
Matrix, The (1999)
Mulholland Dr. (2001)
Secreto de Sus Ojos, El (2009)
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Others lists with the same methodology:
Top 50 Business Films
Top 50 Rock'n Roll Films
Top 50 Car Movies
Top 50 Films About Films
Top 50 Films About Arts and Artists
Top 50 Dystopian Films
Top 50 Films About Politics
Top 50 Surrealistic Films
Top 50 Disturbing Films
Top 50 Films About Media
Top 50 Films About Law
Top 50 Films About Writers and Writing
Top 50 Films About Conspiracy (Theories)
Top 50 Films About Mental Illness
Top 50 Films About Serial Killers
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.
The Top 10 Comedy Movies per decade, 1930s to 2000s, per WatchMojo.com.
From these lists, WatchMojo named the "Top 10 Comedy Movies of All Time":
1. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
3. Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
5. Dumb and Dumber
6. Blazing Saddles
7. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
8. National Lampoon's Animal House
10. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
"These are the films that made Hollywood great. These movies are selected based on their iconic status, critical acclaim, box-office success, and watchability; and not what your film studies professor or most artsy movie critics would pick."
These are the films that made Hollywood great. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today, in this installment of our series on the greatest movies of all time, we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 movies of all time.
This final video culminates WatchMojo's Best Movies of All Time series by drawing from the #1 or #2 ranked movies in each decade list. These movies are selected based on their iconic status, critical acclaim, box-office success, and watchability; and not what your film studies professor or most artsy movie critics would pick.
You voted in droves, WatchMojo researched ‘til the cows came home. It's now time for the mother of all lists. Grab your popcorn, dim the lights and… ACTION!
1-10: The Top 10
11-15: Honorable Mentions
We Just Watched a Movie is a podcast about watching great movies and then ranking them against one another. We've pulled together Time magazine's All-TIME 100 Movies, the 20 additions to the list made in May, 2012, and Time's 10 Greatest Movies of the Millennium (just to add a few more modern movies to the mix).
One thing the writers at Time did not do with these lists was rank them in any sort of order. We choose to rank these movies on this list and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard. As we watch a randomized version of the list, we will pit each movie against its brethren and see who rises to the top.
This list represents the order in which we've watched the movies. Join us on the website to see how we've each chosen to order them, and be sure to give us your own rankings in the episode comments.
Join us in our decade-based film retrospective, as we delve backwards all the way from 2009 to 1910. Most decade-based best movie lists grant you a whooping 50-100 entries, which makes perfect sense given all the years you have to take into consideration. But what if you were defining a decade in just ten films? Showcasing the very best of its cinematic offerings? Which movies would you recommend to somebody who might only watch ten movies from a given decade? First off, it’s the Noughties.
The Noughties, for anyone who is still confused by that term (although I doubt anybody is), is the years 2000 through 2009. And although there will always be a nostalgic clamoring for the golden days of cinema – a time when all ideas seemed fresh and groundbreaking, and sequels and franchises were a little less… everywhere – the Noughties have proven themselves a spectacular era of filmmaking, albeit a decade somewhat lacking in identity.
There has been innovation, of course, what with the rise of digital filmmaking, James Cameron’s Avatar, and Pixar’s string of acclaimed masterpieces. This decade, too, saw the rise of the superhero film, a subgenre which continues to dominate the box office with relentless force (and shows no sign of slowing down). And yet both independent and studio films have continued to find audiences in projects of all shapes and sizes. Here’s what we’ve come up with, although everybody’s list is sure to be completely different.
Each film in the guide has been rated on Zagat's signature 30-point scale in four categories: Overall Quality, Acting, Story and Production Values, followed by an editorial review complete with surveyor comments in quotation marks. In addition, the guide boasts over 60 top lists and indexes ranging from genre and year of release to Oscar winners.
"This new Survey puts the ratings and reviews of over 20,000 avid moviegoers at your fingertips so that no matter what your age, sex or preference, there's an easy way to find the perfect film for every occasion," said Tim Zagat, CEO and Co-Founder of Zagat Survey. "In fact, this collection of 1,000 movies is really 'the stuff that dreams are made of.'"
Over the years, there have been many films – both documentaries and works of fiction – focussed on the art of filmmaking itself. On the fictional side of things, films like 8½, Ed Wood, Bowfinger, Be Kind Rewind and The Disaster Artist are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to movies that are themselves actually about making movies.
But not every flick that touches on the craft behind the moving pictures trade is as explicit as the above examples. On the contrary, sometimes, the filmmakers involved express their commentary on the movie-making game through symbolism, relying on the film’s underlying themes to convey their message, instead.
With this in mind, we’ve pulled together this list of 10 movies that – believe it or not – are secretly about movie-making.
Top 1001 grossing movies released in the 2000s. Box-office not adjusted for inflation.
Number of movies of each year :
2000 : 90
2001 : 90
2002 : 102
2003 : 98
2004 : 98
2005 : 109
2006 : 103
2007 : 99
2008 : 110
2009 : 98
Other year : 1995 & 1999 (Toy Story and Toy Story 2 Double Feature + Fantasia 2000)
2012: 1-11 (tie between Holy Motors & Oslo, 31. august for number 10)
2013: 12-22 (tie between Django Unchained & Post Tenebras Lux for number 5)
2015: 33-45 (tie between Kis Uykusu & Taxi for number 7)
2016: 46-59 (tie between Shan he gu ren/ Cìkè Niè Yinniáng/ John From for number 8) & (tie between A Toca do Lobo/ Julieta/ Love for number 9)
This is the top 100 most grossing movies of 2000 in the USA*. Source : BoxOfficeMojo.
*Fantasia 2000 has two positions (43 & 50) as it was released in 35 MM and IMAX. Because of that reason, it is only listed once (43). The Ninth Gate, #101, completes this Top 100.
The Exorcist, #61, is the Director's Cut of the 1973 movie.
Every few months Filmspotting begins a new Marathon where we discuss a series of films that share something in common -- director, genre, themes, etc... -- allowing us to examine films we've always wanted (needed) to see.
O Futbox preparou uma lista com os 10 maiores filmes sobre futebol de todos os tempos! Presença obrigatória em sua playlist no Youtube, Now, Netflix ou mesmo na estante da sua casa (para quem é colecionador de DVDs históricos).
Globe Telecom commonly shortened as Globe, is a major provider of telecommunications services in the Philippines, supported by over 6,200 employees and nearly 1.05 million retailers, distributors, suppliers, and business partners nationwide.
As 2014 steadily draws to a close, here's a list of the last decade's top 10 films to cap things off.
Greatest Visual-Special Effects (F/X) Milestones in Film History: From even its earliest days, films have used visual magic ("smoke and mirrors") to produce illusions and trick effects that have startled audiences. In fact, the phenomenon of persistence of vision (it was first described to some degree in 1824 by British physician Peter Mark Roget) is the reason why the human eye sees individual frames of a movie as smooth, flowing action when projected.
The earliest effects were produced within the camera (in-camera effects), such as simple jump-cuts or superimpositions, or were created by using miniatures, back projection, or matte paintings. Optical effects came slightly later, using film, light, shadow, lenses and/or chemical processes to produce the film effects. Film titles, fades, dissolves, wipes, blow ups, skip frames, bluescreen, compositing, double exposures, and zooms/pans are examples of various optical effects.
Cel animation, scale modeling, claymation, digital compositing, animatronics, use of prosthetic makeup, morphing, and modern computer-generated or computer graphics imagery (CGI) are just some of the more modern techniques that are widely used for creating incredible special or visual effects.