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.
Subjective lists or interpreted statistics being "official" lists is silly. This is, as is, any list. #wowisoundlikeadouche
Sci-Fi / Science Fiction
- Minor means under another genre
- Cross-Over/Mix - is a mix. So not sure what mix is then. Use either term.
- Info - not sure what to call these
- Add-on - not sure when to use
War (under action)
Sci-Fi Fantasy (IE Star Trek, Star Wars, keke)
Epic? - is this a genre or just opinion, lol
Musicals/Dance - Lulz
He wrote many original screenplays, adaptations and dialogues over thirty-five years, these were of uneven quality but always contained at least several brilliantly put lines uttered with relish by consenting actors! Audiard's biting humor, lucid vision of society and human behavior combined with a taste for the cinema as a crowd-pleaser were soon noticed by the public who remained faithful to the end, simply ignoring the opinions of the Parisian film critics who had made Michel one of their favorite scapegoats.
All films projected during the 2013 Festival Lumière in Lyon.
1-8 : Quentin Tarantino
9-22 : Ingmar Bergman, une vie de cinéma
23-31 : Hal Ashby, l'oublié des années 70
32-39 : Henri Verneuil, noir et blanc (années 1950-1960)
40-48 : Splendeur des restaurations 2013
49-57 : A personal journey through cinema by Quentin Tarantino
58-63 : Art of Noir
64-68 : Raretés de l'histoire du cinéma
69-72 : Hommages en leur présence : Jean-Paul Belmondo
73 : Hommages en leur présence : Jacques Demy
74-76 : Hommages en leur présence : Pierre Richard
77 : Hommages en leur présence : Françoise Fabian
78-80 : Hommages en leur présence : James B. Harris
81 : Hommages en leur présence : Grover Crisp
82-87 : Grandes projections
88-90 : Souvenir de Christine Pascal
91 : Hommage à Bernadette Lafont
92 : Daniel Toscan du Plantier, un héritage
93-94 : Avant-premières
95-98 : Nuit Monty Python
99 : Les femmes cinéastes : Germaine Dulac
100-103 : Les débuts de Charlot
104 : Tim Roth présente
105-109 : Du muet au parlant (1927-1931)
110-112 : Hommage à la Cinémathèque française
113-116 : 25 ans du studio Ghibli
117 : Mon festival à moi
118-119 : Documentaires sur le cinéma
Films projected during the 2014 edition of the Festival Lumière in Lyon.
1-14 : Pedro Almodovar : Prix Lumière 2014
15-28 : Le temps de Claude Sautet
29-39 : Directed by Frank Capra
40-45 : La saga Musashi Miyamoto
46-52 : Un certain Bob Robertson... L'invention du western italien
53-55 : Hommages en leur présence : Faye Dunaway
56-59 : Hommages en leur présence : Isabella Rossellini
60-63 : Hommages en leur présence : Ted Kotcheff
64 : Hommages en leur présence : Michael Cimino
65 : Invitation à Jean Rochefort
66-67 : Séances cultes
68-71 : Ressorties
72-78 : Les cartes blanches de Pedro Almodovar
79-88 : Pedro Almodovar : "El cine dentro de mi" - "Le cinéma en moi"
89 : Invitation à la Filmoteca espanola
90-96 : Sur quelques films français, par Bertrand Tavernier
97-100 : Une histoire permanente des femmes cinéastes : Ida Lupino réalisatrice
101-102 : Une histoire permanente des femmes cinéastes : Ida Lupino actrice
103-106 : Coluche, auteur
107-115 : Splendeurs des restaurations 2014
116-121 : Sublimes moments du muet
122-125 : Figures de la cinéphilie - Henri Langlois : une mémoire pour le futur
126 : Figures de la cinéphilie - Patrick Brion et le Cinéma de minuit
127-130 : Nuit Alien à la Halle Tony Garnier
131-133 : Grandes projections
134 : Jeune public
135-138 : Documentaires sur le cinéma
Who better to judge the best movies of all time than the people who make them? Studio chiefs, Oscar winners and TV royalty all were surveyed as The Hollywood Reporter publishes its first definitive entertainment-industry ranking of cinema's most superlative.
Is it wrong to already declare this the No. 1 movie list of all time?
After all, there are other movie lists. Lots and lots of others. So many lists, you couldn't list them all. But this is the first to ask the entertainment industry itself to pick its choices for the best pictures ever made. In May, THR sent an online ballot all over town — to every studio, agency, publicity firm and production house on either side of the 405. Not everybody was initially thrilled to participate.
"I reject the idea," Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan told THR. "To me, it's the equivalent of having a party-size bag of Nacho Doritos, then being told to eat only five." In the end, though, he sent in his favorites (one of which is 1961's Yojimbo), as did a total of 2,120 industry members, including Fox chief Jim Gianopulos, Disney's Alan Horn, director Gary Ross, producer Frank Marshall, Warners' Sue Kroll, agent Robert Newman, attorney John Burke, filmmaker John Singleton and many more. These are the results: the greatest movies ever made, according to Hollywood.
There are some surprises here. It's a far more commercial list than the usual critics' picks. Who knew, for instance, that Back to the Future would get more love than Lawrence of Arabia? There also are shocking omissions — The 400 Blows, La Dolce Vita, The Gold Rush and dozens of other undeniably great films. And there are interesting differences of opinion along professional divides: Directors, writers and agents all agreed on their choice for the greatest movie ever (hint: It rhymes with "Schmodfather"), while cinematographers chose 2001: A Space Odyssey and entertainment lawyers, the big softies, picked The Shawshank Redemption.
But keep in mind, movie lists aren't forever. As Michael Bay points out, "Your favorite film could change every day."
Jamie Oliver is a British chef, restaurateur and media personality, known for his food-focused television shows, cookbooks and more recently his campaign against the use of processed foods in national schools. He strives to improve unhealthy diets and poor cooking habits in the United Kingdom and the United States. Oliver's speciality is Italian cuisine, although he has a broad international repertoire.
Kagetsuhisoka was one of the more interesting users from IMDb's ex-message boards - he's probably seen more Japanese movies than anyone else on the internet, and his posts were helpful to me when I was just getting into Japanese films. These are the films he rated 10/10, the list serves as a neat introduction to the history of Japanese cinema.
Kenji's list of favourite short films; 12 favourites first, the rest in year order.
"Le plus vieux métier du monde" (1967) for Godard's "Anticipation, ou l'amour en l'an 2000";
"Paris vu par... 20 ans après" (1984) for Garrel's "Rue Fontaine";
"11'09"01 - September 11" (2002) included for Loach’s segment;
"Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet" (2002) for Erice’s "Lifeline";
Missing on IMDB:
#133 A Day in the Life (1967) by Tony Bramwell
#177 Ładny dzień (A Nice Day, 1988) by Jan Jakub Kolski
#238 Cove (2012) by Robert Todd
Missing on Mubi:
Impossible Dream Honda advert (Zacharias)
Last Updated: March 10, 2019