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 list is from Jerry Beck's book [url=http://www.amazon.com/Animated-Movie-Guide-Jerry-Beck/dp/1556525915]The Animated Movie Guide[/url] (2005).
The list is divided into 3 sections:
1-20: Top 20 (U.S.-Produced) Direct-to-Video Animated Films
21-40: Top 20 (U.S.-Aired) Made-for-TV Animated Features
41-60: Top 20 Foreign Theatrical Features That Never Opened in the United States
List published in 2004.
These films (Bill Douglas trilogy counting as one) were put forward for the public to vote on and a list of the five films with the most votes was published. The rest of the list is unranked.
"We've given ourselves a broad definition of what makes a film 'Scottish'. A film made in Scotland by Scots, obviously. But also a film made in Scotland by a foreigner. Dane Lars von Trier's Breaking the Waves fits into this category. Our definition is even broad enough to include Braveheart (Australian star and director, American money, even Ireland doubling as Stirling! But a blockbuster about a Scottish folk hero and a film that employed nearly every Scottish actor-except Billy Connolly, apparently). Getting the picture?"
When AFI released their list of the Top 100 Movies of All Time, many people were up in arms over the selections. Over 50 members of the Online Film Journalist Community decided to join together and create a list of their own. A list that might better reflect the views of everyone else who didn’t agree with the AFI list. Sure, you can’t really compare AFI’s list with the Film Community’s Top 100 because we allowed the inclusion of foreign films.
From boxing to bowling, baseball to bobsled, Time Out London dusts off its jockstrap, sharpens its studs and suffers an extended training montage to bring you our list of the 50 greatest sports movies ever made.
It would seem a no-brainer: Combine the world's most revered dramatist with today's most popular medium. Alas, translating the Bard to the big screen has proved trickier than anyone ever thought. In ranking the 25 most successful attempts, TONY tapped its Film and Theater experts. Their only ground rule: No plots about the playwright himself would be eligible. (Sorry, Shakespeare in Love fans). But any adaptations of the plays themselves, loose or faithful, were fair game.
So if top-25 lists be the food of love, read on.
Tobe Hooper is best knowed for his horror masterpiece The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. This is his filmography over movies he has directed. TV series and movies he was replaced from are not included.
Combined the Critic ratings from Rotten Tomatoes (Average Rating & Tomatometer), Metacritic and Letterboxd, and then weighted and tweaked the results with general film data from IMDb and iCheckMovies (incl. Official Top Lists) to reveal the 500 Movies that the Critics love.
Founded in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival, held each fall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world. The festival’s major prize, the People's Choice Award (first given in 1978), is given to a feature-length film with the highest ratings as voted by the festival-going populace.