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  1. -HDRip- Star Wars - The Force Awakens. Full Movie download. {Quality & Unlimited}''s icon

    -HDRip- Star Wars - The Force Awakens. Full Movie download. {Quality & Unlimited}'

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  2. 10 Best History Documentaries's icon

    10 Best History Documentaries

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. The 10 best history documentaries tell the world’s tales without dramatics, but that doesn’t make them any less engaging or interesting. Whether about World War I or II, the fight against discrimination or the horrific tales of travels gone very, very wrong, these history documentaries share the stores that have made humanity what they are today.
  3. 10 Famous Films That Are Secretly About Movie-Making's icon

    10 Famous Films That Are Secretly About Movie-Making

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 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.
  4. 10 Great Documentaries That Challenge the Conventions of the Genre's icon

    10 Great Documentaries That Challenge the Conventions of the Genre

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. A documentary film is predisposed toward exposition. Whether shedding light on an artifact of popular culture or something more esoteric, the intention is nonetheless to share a slice of life that is assumed to be outside the bounds of common knowledge. By focusing on a subject outside the limelight, a documentary seeks to inform, enrich, and expand the perspective of its audience. However, certain films achieve these aims with such brilliance as to broaden the definition of documentary filmmaking. This type of film may challenge the conventions of narrative, create a new style, develop new techniques, blur the boundaries between fiction and the real, or some combination of these innovations. Sometimes the break with tradition is quite radical, as was case with the multiverse of perspectives in William Greaves’ Symbiopsychotaxiplasm. In others, the break may be subtle, as demonstrated by Errol Morris’ befuddling ode to mortality, Gates of Heaven. By challenging the conventions of their medium, the films in this list made an indelible impression on the history of documentary filmmaking.
  5. 10 Great Movies That Meditate On Time's icon

    10 Great Movies That Meditate On Time

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. Cinema is truly one of the most complex forms of art. Legendary director Andrei Tarkovsky once said, “No art form can fix time as cinema does. So, what is a film? It’s a mosaic made of time.” In this list, we’re approaching movies that somehow have reflections about time in its theme (or themes). As always, it is never too late to remember that many aspects interfere on the choice of the titles of an article like this. But, as usual, memory and personal preferences are the main factors. If you think any other movie should be on this list, please leave it as a recommendation in the comments section below. So, here are 10 amazing movies that meditate on time:
  6. 10 Great Movies That Will Change Your View On Cinema's icon

    10 Great Movies That Will Change Your View On Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Three acts. Beginning, middle, end. Shot reverse shot. Do all stories need to be told this way? Cinema is one of the most complex forms of art. The number of elements this art form uses to compose a piece of work are truly vast and the possibilities tend to be infinite. Sometimes we watch a movie that is able to change the way we view cinema. For the way it uses images, or sounds, or editing or any of the many elements cinema has, some films simply show us a path we may not have imagined before. And some films that do exactly that are the theme of this article. First of all, it is never too late to remember that the choice of the titles on this list is something very personal. Normally, the main factors that interfere with these choices are memory and personal preference, but this time there’s also the fact that the movies chosen were especially the ones that changed the way this writer used to view cinema before watching them. So, here are 10 movies that will (probably) change your view on cinema.
  7. 100 Best Horror Films according to BHM (2010)'s icon

    100 Best Horror Films according to BHM (2010)

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0.
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    100 Greatest underrated movies

    Favs/dislikes: 17:0. underrated films according to digitaldreamdoor.com
  9. 100 Greatest Western Movies by DigitalDreamDoor.com's icon

    100 Greatest Western Movies by DigitalDreamDoor.com

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0.
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    1000<400

    Favs/dislikes: 34:0. Every September, members of the [url=http://s15.zetaboards.com/iCheckMovies/]Unofficial iCheckMovies Forum[/url] vote for the top films with fewer than 400 checks on iCM (at the time of voting). Films released in the current or previous year are ineligible. Edition: 2017
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    1001 popular movies at the 2000s box-office

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 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)
  12. 115 Films By and About Women of Color's icon

    115 Films By and About Women of Color

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. "To be clear, the list itself isn't comprehensive and doesn't claim to represent every woman-directed film about women of color; there would be too many to name. Rather, consider it a solid reflection of people's tastes. The original call was to "name three films you like with black, brown, native or Asian women leads" that were also directed by women. So the response online tells us a great deal about the films that general movie fans watch, like and remember. You could say that the original list of 84 films reflects which movies had an impact on Hollywood and the US independent film scene, since the call came from a well-known US-based filmmaker. In order to come up with titles beyond the original 84, many of you looked to films made overseas, in nations where people of color are the majority. It’s interesting to note which directors were listed multiple times; names like Mira Nair, Gina Prince-Bythewood and Gurinder Chadha came up more than once as women who have built careers on telling the stories of women of color, and whose films have made money over the years. And of note, we’re looking only at feature-length, scripted films directed by women. Of course there are lots of important documentaries made by and about women of color, arguably many more than narrative features due to the cost and means of documentary production. So again, there would be too many documentaries to name here. There’s also the fact that many docs focus on groups of people, societal systems, or eras in history rather than individual protagonists, which makes it tougher to classify which documentaries are "led by women of color." But it may be worth a separate discussion on docs in the future."
  13. 12 Movies That Changed Hollywood Forever's icon

    12 Movies That Changed Hollywood Forever

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Breaking news: Hollywood is out of ideas! At least, you’d be forgiven for thinking that if you’ve paid attention to all the sequels, reboots, and IP properties filling up theaters these days. But even before the era of superheroes and CG robots, people still thought Hollywood was out of ideas, what with all the westerns, musicals, and book adaptations being thrown their way. So it seems as long as Hollywood has been around there have been cries of a creative well run dry and fans clamoring for more original films. But all hope isn’t lost, because despite the fact that, yes, Hollywood does often rehash the same ideas over and over until viewer fatigue eventually sets in, peppered throughout all of movie history have been original films that change the game so much that every movie that follows owes a bit of its DNA to said game changer. Below we give you the 12 movies so original, so unexpected, and so breathtakingly successful at what they set out to do that they ended up changing Hollywood – and movie history – forever.
  14. 15 Great Movies Dedicated To True Cinephiles's icon

    15 Great Movies Dedicated To True Cinephiles

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Why cinema was originally invented? Why do the masses flow toward the projection rooms to such a great and undiminished degree since the dawn of filmmaking? It’s quite clear that a motion picture acts like a linear medium of entertainment, glibly stirring a variety of emotions and thoughts. Yet, the quintessence of the seventh art hides a temple of sacred truths which come to the surface step by step, and if the receiver is willing enough to confront them and along these lines, incur an inner transformation. Behind any creation of artistic cinema looms the cerebral entity of an offbeat observer. A filmmaker grasps the ordinary details of life in an underground way, and craves exposing his glassy thoughts to others. In this manner, the following movies are aspects of ideas that sprang from people who made cinema out of need, directing their personal philosophy to people who watch cinema out of need as well.
  15. 15 Of The Most Confusing Films Ever Made's icon

    15 Of The Most Confusing Films Ever Made

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. As seen here: http://www.popcrunch.com/most-confusing-films/
  16. 17 Essential Movies For An Introduction To Essay Films's icon

    17 Essential Movies For An Introduction To Essay Films

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. Put most concisely by Timothy Corrigan in his book on the essay film: ‘from its literary origins to its cinematic revisions, the essayistic describes the many-layered activities of a personal point of view as a public experience’. Perhaps a close cousin to documentary, the essay film is at its core a personal mode of filmmaking. Structured in a breadth of forms, a partial definition could be said to be part fact, part fiction with an intense intimacy (but none of these are necessarily paramount). Stemming from the literary essay as a form of personal expression borne from in-depth explorations of its chosen topic, the essay film can be agitprop, exploratory, or diaristic and generally rejects narrative progression and concretised conclusions in favour of a thematic ambivalence. Due to its nature as inherently personal, the term itself is as vague and expansive as the broad collective of films it purports to represent. To borrow Aldous Huxley’s definition, the essay is a device for saying almost everything about almost anything. In built then is an inherent expansiveness that informs a great ambition in the form itself, but as Huxley acknowledges it can only say almost anything; whether extolling the need for a socialist state (Man with a Movie Camera), deconstructing the power and status of the image itself (Histoire(s) du Cinema, Images of the World and the Inscription of War, Los Angeles Plays Itself) or providing a means to consider ones of past (Walden, News from home, Blue), the essay film is only the form of expression, which unlike any other taxonomic term suggests almost nothing about the film itself other than its desire to explore. Below is an 17 film introduction to the essay film that cannot be pinned down and continue to remake and remodel itself as freely as it sheds connections between any of the films within its own canon.
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    1890s | 1900s | 1910s

    Favs/dislikes: 18:0. All movies on Official Lists from the very beginning to 1919. Updated: 04th of October 2014
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    1920s

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. The top 250 films of the 1920s with a minimum rating of 7.0, sorted by number of votes.
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    1920s

    Favs/dislikes: 11:0. All movies on Official Lists from 1920 to 1929. Updated: 04th of October 2014
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    1930s

    Favs/dislikes: 18:0. The top 250 films of the 1930s with a minimum rating of 7.0, sorted by number of votes.
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    1930s

    Favs/dislikes: 10:0. All movies on Official Lists from 1930 to 1939. Updated: 04th of October 2014
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    1940s

    Favs/dislikes: 15:0. The top 250 films of the 1940s with a minimum rating of 7.0, sorted by number of votes.
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    1940s

    Favs/dislikes: 14:0. All movies on Official Lists from 1940 to 1949. Updated: 04th of October 2014
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    1950s

    Favs/dislikes: 15:0. The top 250 films of the 1950s with a minimum rating of 7.0, sorted by number of votes.
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    1950s

    Favs/dislikes: 12:0. All movies on Official Lists from 1950 to 1959. Updated: 04h of October 2014
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