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  1. LWLies Recommends*'s icon

    LWLies Recommends*

    Favs/dislikes: 22:0.
  2. Kinema Junpo Annual Top 10s's icon

    Kinema Junpo Annual Top 10s

    Favs/dislikes: 48:0. Each year, Kinema Junpo magazine publishes a list of the top 10 Japanese films of the year. This is not the complete list because some of the films are missing from IMDb. You can see a longer list and rankings for each year at the [url=http://www.rinkworks.com/checklist/list.cgi?u=crimsong&U=crimsong&p=kinemajunpotop10s]list source[/url].
  3. Empire Magazine - All 5-Star Rated Films's icon

    Empire Magazine - All 5-Star Rated Films

    Favs/dislikes: 30:1. All films given the maximum 5-star rating by Empire magazine, according to their current website listing.
  4. The Empire Five-Star 500's icon

    The Empire Five-Star 500

    Favs/dislikes: 25:1. Empire Magazine has compiled a list of the 500 greatest movies they have ever given a five-star review. * The Apu-trilogy is counted as a single entry in the magazine, thus 502 movies on this list.
  5. Época's 300 Films to see Before You Die's icon

    Época's 300 Films to see Before You Die

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. List made by Época Brazilian magazine in 2009
  6. Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Movies (Nominees)'s icon

    Time Magazine's All-TIME 100 Movies (Nominees)

    Favs/dislikes: 11:0. On May 23, 2004, TIME Magazine published online their list of "100 estimable films since TIME began, with the March 3, 1923 issue." Critics Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel collaborated on the list, and their original 100 films comprise selections 1-106 below. TIME subsequently added 20 more titles in February of 2005, and they are included in titles 107-134. In the process of making the original list, Corliss and Schickel had each started with a list of over 100 nominees. Of the 36 films on both lists, 31 made the original cut. Of the remaining five, one (All About My Mother) was included in the '05 addendum while the other four are items 135-138 below. Entries 139-234 represent the remaining nominees.
  7. Slant Magazine's 100 Greatest Horror Films of All Time's icon

    Slant Magazine's 100 Greatest Horror Films of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 18:0. Well, it's a top 200 now bitches.
  8. Empire Masterpieces's icon

    Empire Masterpieces

    Favs/dislikes: 25:0. Each issue of the Empire magazine since #167 features a two-page essay on a film deemed a masterpiece by the magazine. These are all the films featured in this feature in order of appearance. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is regarded as one entry in the official numbering.
  9. Time Magazine’s 100 All Time movies's icon

    Time Magazine’s 100 All Time movies

    Favs/dislikes: 74:0. "Critics Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel pick the 100 best movies since 1923—the beginning of TIME." update: "Richard Corliss Expands TIME’s List of Cinematic Greats with 20 new entries"
  10. Arcadia's Greatest Latin American Films's icon

    Arcadia's Greatest Latin American Films

    Favs/dislikes: 17:0. In 2011, Arcadia magazine asked 81 critics and filmmakers to vote for the greatest Latin American films. This list includes all films that received at least 2 votes. The ballots are available on [url=http://www.revistaarcadia.com/Imprimir.aspx?idItem=24318]Arcadia's website[/url]. See [url=https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AhCbA3xledPhdGNLVVQxZy1jWi1iaUxybGtXdzUtWHc]this spreadsheet[/url] for the vote counts. Arcadia published the [url=http://www.revistaarcadia.com/cine/multimedia/las-25-mejores-peliculas-latinoamericanas-historia/24321]top 25[/url], but some of the vote counts are incorrect, so the order is slightly different from this list (I counted the votes myself). They also removed the Spanish films, but I included them.
  11. AVN's The 101 Greatest Adult Tapes Of All Time's icon

    AVN's The 101 Greatest Adult Tapes Of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 18:1. In 2001, the editorial staff at Adult Video News (AVN) magazine selected the 101 greatest adult titles of all time, as well as the 16 greatest currently unavailable adult titles. Missing from IMDb: Perverted Stories (1995)
  12. Seance's Best Russian Films's icon

    Seance's Best Russian Films

    Favs/dislikes: 15:1. In 2008, Seance magazine asked 100 filmmakers and critics to vote for the best Russian films of all time. This list includes all films that received at least 2 votes. The ballots are available on [url=http://seance.ru/blog/100]Seance's website[/url]. See [url=https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AhCbA3xledPhdGttTlpBeno4am9neEdza2xJcEdNbHc]this spreadsheet[/url] for vote counts and top directors.
  13. Film magazine's Best Iranian Films (2009)'s icon

    Film magazine's Best Iranian Films (2009)

    Favs/dislikes: 52:2. In 2009, Film magazine asked 92 Iranian critics to vote for the best Iranian films. The original list was a top 20. This list includes all films that received at least 2 votes. The ballots are available on [url=http://www.film-magazine.com/archives/articles.asp?id=74]Film magazine's website[/url] (click the 4 links at the bottom). In 2008, Film magazine made a list of the [url=http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/film+magazines+best+iranian+films+of+the+last+three+decades+2008/mjf314/]best Iranian films of the last 3 decades[/url].
  14. Cahiers du Cinéma's Greatest Films (9-15 votes)'s icon

    Cahiers du Cinéma's Greatest Films (9-15 votes)

    Favs/dislikes: 25:0. In a 2007, Cahiers du Cinéma asked 78 critics and historians to vote for the 100 greatest films. The cutoff for the [url=http://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/cahiers+du+cinema+100/]top 100[/url] was 16 votes. This is a list of films that received 9-15 votes. See [url=https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AhCbA3xledPhdF8wbjFkZ2V4eFhzRy0zYkdaNkRzaXc]this spreadsheet[/url] for the vote counts.
  15. American History Magazine's "100 Greatest Sports Movies"'s icon

    American History Magazine's "100 Greatest Sports Movies"

    Favs/dislikes: 4:0. In 2010, the editors of American History Magazine published a special issue ranking the 100 greatest sports movies in their estimation. They combined "Olympia" Parts I & II for a single entry, and also combined "The Babe" and "The Babe Ruth Story" at #43.
  16. American History Magazine's "100 Greatest Spy Movies"'s icon

    American History Magazine's "100 Greatest Spy Movies"

    Favs/dislikes: 14:0. In 2009, the editors of American History magazine published a special issue ranking the "100 Greatest Spy Movies" in their estimation. They cheated by counting The Bourne Trilogy as a single entry and of course, their rankings are entirely disputable (as is true of any ranked list). Some of their selections were actually TV mini-series.
  17. Entertainment Weekly’s The New Classics's icon

    Entertainment Weekly’s The New Classics

    Favs/dislikes: 32:0. Chosen by Entertainment Weekly in 2008, these are their 100 best films from the “past 25 years” (1983 to 2008).
  18. Rolling Stone's 100 Maverick Movies in the Last 100 Years's icon

    Rolling Stone's 100 Maverick Movies in the Last 100 Years

    Favs/dislikes: 14:0. "Rolling Stone Magazine (in its 1999 end of the year Millenium issue) and film critic Peter Travers offered picks for the best (or essential) movies of the last 100 years that were made by mavericks who 'busted rules to follow their obsessions...in the defiant spirit of rock & roll.' "
  19. Bravo Magazine's 100 Essential Films's icon

    Bravo Magazine's 100 Essential Films

    Favs/dislikes: 12:0. List made by Brazilian culture magazine
  20. Entertainment Weekly's 100 All-Time Greatest Movies (2013)'s icon

    Entertainment Weekly's 100 All-Time Greatest Movies (2013)

    Favs/dislikes: 14:0. In their July 5/12, 2013 double issue, Entertainment Weekly published their lists of the 100 all-time greatest movies, television series, albums, and books. Here is their list of 100 all-time greatest movies. (Note: Olympia, at #84, includes both Part I and Part II. Both parts are included in the list.)
  21. Film Comment's 101 Film Score Milestones's icon

    Film Comment's 101 Film Score Milestones

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. This Essential List of 101 Great Film Score Milestones (in chronological order) from 1933-2001 was compiled by John Caps in the November-December 2003 issue of Film Comment magazine in an article titled "Soundtracks 101 – Essential Movie Music: A Listener's Guide." The article also provided a brief history of film music in the introduction and further details on each of the choices. Facts and Commentary About the List: •The list was created to mark the 70th anniversary of the film score in 2003. • The list consisted of composed instrumental film scores (whether symphonic or electronic, classical or pop in style), not film musicals or song scores, from American and British films (English-language films). •These were films from the talkie era onwards (and recognizing that silent films were never silent). •The quality of a film often has nothing to do with the rating of its film score, e.g., Taras Bulba (1962, Waxman). •According to the author, the list was "representative rather than exhaustive; all of the scores in the list "contribute something memorable, something personal, to their films - and communicate one step further to us as music." •Predictably, one-fourth of the list was taken by the six giants of the Golden Age (Steiner, Waxman, Korngold, Newman, Rozsa, Herrmann). Yet the author also recognized some of the great, but seemingly forgotten, figures of the recent past: Laurence Rosenthal, Richard Rodney Bennett, Dave Grusin, David Shire, and Basil Poledouris.
  22. Paste Magazine's The 100 Best “B Movies” of All Time's icon

    Paste Magazine's The 100 Best “B Movies” of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 14:0. From Paste: Not every film can be the Citizen Kane of its day. For every high-budget “A movie” that commands significant promotion and funding from its studio, there are piles of B movies that scratch and claw their way into existence without the benefit of things like “a budget” or “a script” in some cases. To compare them with A movies in terms of resources and immersiveness isn’t a fair proposition. Instead, discerning film fans are able to simply appreciate them for what they are. But what does “best” mean when we’re talking about films often famous for their shoddy construction? It certainly doesn’t mean “best-made.” It also doesn’t mean “worst-made,” or else films like Manos: The Hands of Fate and The Beast of Yucca Flats would make prominent appearances. They’re not on this list because the meaning of “best” here is “most entertaining,” and I defy you to be entertained by Manos without its MST3k commentary or a pound of medical-grade marijuana. If these films are painful, they’re also equally fun. Whenever possible, I tried to keep the list to more obscure titles. Although John Carpenter’s Halloween is a great example of a superbly made “B movie” in terms of budget, any film fan has most likely seen it already. Gathered here is a collection of some of the most entertainingly cheap and endearingly bad movies ever made.
  23. Premiere Magazine's 100 Movies That Shook the World's icon

    Premiere Magazine's 100 Movies That Shook the World

    Favs/dislikes: 11:0. "Instead of quibbling with the American Film Institute's list of the 100 Greatest American Films, Premiere Magazine decided to rethink the point. In its October 1998 newstand issue, it presented "Rebel Cinema" or 100 Movies That Shook the World, celebrating the filmmakers (and their films) who dared to be ridiculous, offensive, or even unpopular, and who still came up with classic films."
  24. Superinteressante's The 101 Greatest Films of Cinema History's icon

    Superinteressante's The 101 Greatest Films of Cinema History

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Selected by Superinteressante (Brazilian Magazine about cultural and scientific curiosities) The most intelligent, innovative and astonishing productions of all time."
  25. Asia Weekly Magazine's 100 Greatest Chinese Films of the 20th Century's icon

    Asia Weekly Magazine's 100 Greatest Chinese Films of the 20th Century

    Favs/dislikes: 24:0. In 1999, Asia Weekly magazine consulted with 7 Chinese film experts and published this list of the 100 greatest Chinese-language films. The list is in chronological order.
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