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.
These are all movies currently on Dutch Amazon Prime. I use the [url=https://www.moviemeter.nl/amazon/full]list on MovieMeter[/url] as source, so it doesn't include series, shorts and other stuff that isn't allowed on MM. I'll update the list once a month.
Current edition: Dec 1st 2019
All films in at least one list included in the TSZDT's '21st Century's Most Acclaimed Horror Films' list. They are ranked by number of lists they appear on, NOT how many points they have.
"Trading on its impeccable reputation, Halliwell’s now presents it’s Top 1,000 favorite films. Starting at number 1,000, each entry includes a plot summary, cast and crew, awards, key critical comments, DVD and soundtrack availability, and a wealth of other interesting details. To supplement the countdown, there is commentary from film stars, show business personalities, well-known critics, and the movers and shakers in the film industry, each naming their favorite films or weighing in on Halliwell’s selection. Illustrated throughout with classic and modern film stills and posters, this is a book that every cinema fan will want to own. John Walker is one of Britain’s leading film critics."
The list has 42 extra films, because trilogies, or series, are counted as one entry (The Godfather, The Apu Trilogy, The Lord of the Rings, Antoine Doinel, Laurel and Hardy shorts, etc...)
All entries from the book written by Mike Mayo.
From atomic bombs to zealous zombies, this cinephile’s guidebook reviews 1,000 of the wickedest, weirdest, and wackiest scary movies from every age of horror. With reviews on many overlooked, underappreciated gems such as Alice Sweet Alice, Daughters of Darkness, and Zombie, as well as the numerous Stephen King adaptations and modern updates such as Night of the Living Dead 3D and The Wolfman, new devotees as well as the discriminating dark cinema enthusiast will love this big, beautiful, end-all, be-all guide to an always popular film genre.
All movies voted for in the iCM Favourite Fantasy Movies poll. The Top 150 can be found here: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/icm+forums+favourite+fantasy+movies+top+150/lonewolf2003/
"Over 1,000 films are listed in this visually arresting, full-color celebration of the silver screen. Film personalities, including actors, directors, cinematographers, and animators, write about their favorite films from a variety of angles. Martin Scorsese, Nicole Kidman, and Nick Hornby are among those who weigh in. Writers are matched to suitable (or sometimes surprising) themes and genres within the wider subject of how films can alter the course of a life. Movie stills and posters, trivia, and top-ten lists make this a book that can be dipped into or read from cover to cover. Great screen moments — endings, beginnings, kisses, death scenes — are given special spreads. The eclectic approach speaks to fans of big Hollywood blockbusters and factoid-reciting film geeks alike."
The 150 best action movies according to the iCM Forum.
Hosted by Lammetje.
Poll thread: http://www.icmforum.com/topic/10042149/
top 150: https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/icm+forums+favorite+action+movies/lammetje/
Coming-of-age are defined by stories about growing up that explore themes like: sex, drugs, rock'n'roll, sports, war, divorce, religion, depression, punk, drought, graduation, lazy summers, first loves, death, puberty, domineering parents - these are the hazards and catalysts of change. The main persons are often portrayed by children, teens and young adults. Some of those movies might be dark and disturbing, others might be simple and sweet.
Special thanks to Moviemeter member Niethie for helping creating this list.
This is my own compilation of the most acclaimed films of all time. My methodology is a bit different from TSPDT's. The main difference is that I'm giving a lot more weight to country and continent lists. I'm also using a much smaller number of lists because I'm only using lists that I like. This compilation is currently based on 71 lists.
Peter Travers, movie critic for Rolling Stone, compiles the 1,000 best films available on DVD.
Peter Travers has been the movie critic for Rolling Stone since 1989. A former chair of the New York Film Critics Circle and a member of the National Society of Film Critics.
Book copyright 2006.
Book is listed in alphabetical order.
Alien Quadrilogy listed as one entry. (4)
Back to the Future Trilogy listed as one entry. (3)
The Endless Summer Trilogy listed as one entry. (3)
The Matrix Trilogy listed as one entry. (3)
That's Entertainment Trilogy listed as one entry. (3)
Three Colors Trilogy listed as one entry. (3)
The Life Cinematic is a message board full of film enthusiasts. Members have a very diverse and unique taste in film. This resulted in this consensus list based on their individual top 100s.
The site is now defunct, but this list is a glimpse into what a wonderfully idiosyncratic and often mental place it was.
"Well over a century has passed since the Lumière brothers frightened the life out of Parisians with The Arrival of a Train at a Station, and well over a million titles have since been recorded - if the Internet Movie Database is anything to go by.
Out of these million-plus movies, our team of experts has picked what we believe is the essential 1,000 - those that best sum up the dazzling achievement and variety of the movies."
The 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die list is actually a film reference book compiled by various critics worldwide and edited by Steven Jay Schneider. The list spans movies from as early as 1902 up to recent releases.
A personal introduction to 1000 movies by the provocative contemporary film critic and historian David Thomson.