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 is a list of the ten most voted movies on IMDb from each year in the 1990's. It gives another perspective than the list with the highest ratings. You could call it more of a popularity contest than a quality contest.
This is a list of the ten most voted movies on IMDb from each year in the 1980's. It gives another perspective than the list with the highest ratings. You could call it more of a popularity contest than a quality contest.
This is the list of 100 best films of the '00s (2000-2009) according to the major Norwegian internet film site montages.no. This list was published on their site in seven parts in January and February of 2010. This top 100-list includes 103 films as in the original list The Lord of the Rings-trilogy, and the Kill Bill-films where only given one list spot each.
The middle of a decade isn’t often a cause for reflection, but maybe it should be. We tend to break time down into whatever segments make sense, especially within art, fashion, and culture, where things move quickly and change significantly: The teen world of 1982’s Fast Times At Ridgemont High, for instance, is markedly different from the teen world of 1989’s Say Anything… Inspired by our friends at Pitchfork, The Dissolve polled its regular contributors and some friends of the site about the best films released since January 1, 2010. We compiled the results in an effort to help give shape to the decade in progress, as the cinematic landscape keeps evolving around us. When the math was done, we found the results surprising, with a No. 1 none of us predicted. (Though we probably should have.)
The major Norwegian internet film site Montages.no's list over the top 100 films from the 1990s.
03 – Trois couleurs: Bleu, Blanc & Rouge (1993, 1994, 1994)
10 – Chungking Express (1994) & Fallen Angels (1995)
16 – Schindler's List (1993) & Saving Private Ryan (1998)
74 – Home Alone 1 & 2 (1990, 1992)
75 – Toy Story 1 & 2 (1995, 1999)
These are the ten most voted movies per year in the 1940's according to IMDb. It gives another perspective than a list based on highest ratings. This is more of a popularity contest.
This is a list of the 10 most voted movies from each year in the 1970's on IMDb. It gives another perspective than the traditional lists of highest rating. It's more like a popularity contest than a quality contest.
This is a list made by members of Icheckmovies group "Horror Lovers". The idea of this list came from a discussion started by "HL's member "CAD". If you want to add your own favorite horror movies by decade to this list, just write a comment in the discussion board on the group page (Press "source" on the bottom of this page)
These are the ten movies per year that have received the most votes on IMDb. When escewing considerations of quality and rather look at what movies people actually see, we get a list of movies that could be said to be the most "popular".
These are the ten most popular movies from each year in the 1930's according to IMDb. This list gives a different perspective than a list sorting by highest ratings. It's more of a popularity contest.
These are the ten most voted movies from each year of the 1960s according to IMDb. It escews considerations such as average rating and rather focuses on which movies are most watched, voted and therefore could be said to be the most "popular".
I'm a devoted fan of 80's cinema and during the last five to six years I've seen around 500 - 600 of the most popular or critically acclaimed movies hailing from this decade. Due to this enjoyable movie marathon I've been given the opportunity to re-evaluate these classical movies and measured them against eachother and against modern day standards. The result is highly subjective, but keep in mind that I was/am a man aged 28-33, which to some degree influences what kind of movies I like/liked. Check out the comments section for explanations.
Last year’s Thanksgiving-timed Popdose 100 proved so popular that this season we’ve compiled three critical-consensus lists for your reading (and arguing) pleasure — documenting our choices for the best films, albums and songs of the 21st century’s first decade. In fact, we’ve become so enamored of building these lists that it wouldn’t be surprising, a couple years from now, to find us offering one every day from Thanksgiving to Christmas. (Nah … that might detract from Mellowmas.) What can we say? We just love to quantify what we like, using elaborate point systems.
We begin with the decade’s best movies — and, if nothing else, our list is certainly genre-film-friendly: Somewhere in the middle, Let the Right One In, Hellboy, Hot Fuzz and Mulholland Drive sit proudly side by side. Because our crew of participants isn’t all that big (11 of Popdose’s writers contributed), a few personal favorites that one might not expect somehow earned enough votes to make the cut (hello, Dodgeball!); nonetheless, we were all pleasantly surprised to see that our compiled Top 100 offers such a nice balance of prestige films and high-quality popcorn fare. Of course, since this list is being posted before Thanksgiving, 2009’s holiday films (and likely Oscar bait) aren’t represented; over the coming months we’ll no doubt be kicking ourselves that we didn’t yet know the quality of films like Up in the Air, Invictus, The Lovely Bones, Nine … Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel… With that caveat in mind, away we go!
This is a list that displays the top 10 movies for each year during the 1980s according to IMDb when the movies are sorted for highest rating with at least a 1000 votes. Keep in mind that the movies are ranked according to their year. So first it's the top 10 movies from 1980, then the top 10 from 1981 and so forth.
Listing them in any meaningful order would be impossible. But the criteria should certainly include longevity beyond the initial impact, achievement in making them and, above all, enjoyment and/or appreciation watching them. Except for my No 1, which has to be the Lord of the Rings, these films are in alphabetical order.
Complaining about the film world’s lack of originality and daringness would feel shameful if it wasn’t so damn easy to find reasons to grumble. And the last 10 years, which have seen a multitude of trends come and go, A-list movie stars continually fail to open non-franchise movies, and the box office dominance of one Harry Potter, have given us plenty reasons to criticize. For instance, we’d need at least four hands to count the number of lifeless and inept horror remakes that genre fans have been assaulted with, and you know it’s slow creatively in Hollywood when Spider-Man gets completely rebooted (with this summer’s The Amazing Spider-Man) a mere five years after a $337-million-earning sequel (2007’s Spider-Man 3).
As you can tell, though, it’s a celebration around the Complex offices these days, after 10 years doin' it, and doin' it well, and when it came time to reflect upon the films that best represent our brand’s decade-long run, one fact became clear: For all of the whining movie purists do these days, those of us who painstakingly seek out quality over instant accessibility have more cause for elation than bitching.
Thanks to names like Judd Apatow, David Fincher, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Joel and Ethan Coen, as well as sick genre purveyors from countries such as France and Spain, the last 10 years have collectively been catnip for us reel folks. See for yourselves as we count down The 100 Best Movies Of The Complex Decade.
Channel24 is the largest entertainment news website in South Africa. In the end of the aughts, they asked African moviegoers to made Best of Decade list.Here's how the voting for South Africa's favourite movie of the decade went: