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.
"Art house or Blockbuster? Juno or Jason Bourne? Is The Bourne Supremacy really better than Brokeback Mountain? And if Finding Nemo made it, what the hell happened to Shrek? Tell us where we got it wrong, or right, and post your alternative lists below."
"From scenes of striking Mexican zinc workers to Burt Lancaster wandering through the city in his trunks, film history is rich with neglected masterpieces that have moved, inspired and disturbed us but somehow missed the commercial boat. We asked a panel of critics and film-makers to sing the praises of 50 forgotten gems, introduced below by Philip French"
"You'll laugh, you'll cry and you may angrily demand to know why we've snubbed Meg Ryan in our highly subjective, yet infinitely debatable list of the greatest films of all time"
# 1-10 Top 10 Documentary
# 11-20 Top 10 World Cinema
# 21-31 Top 10 Drama
# 32-41 Top 10 Thriller/Action
# 42-51 Top 10 Comedy
# 52-62 Top 10 Horror
# 63-72 Top 10 Kids
# 73-82 Top 10 Musicals
# 83-92 Top 10 Romance
# 93-102 Top 10 Animation
In 1987, Nedelia asked 12 critics to vote for the best Russian films of all time. This list includes all films that received at least 1 vote. See [url=https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AhCbA3xledPhdFlnTFZVV1M0M2NRd1QzSVE3X25ielE]this spreadsheet[/url] for the vote counts.
The Telegraph newspaper (UK) published this list over 2nd and 3rd March 2013. It is framed as a mix of individual top lists and genre specific top lists. Due to a mistake, Out of the Past appeared twice within the same subcategory meaning there are only 499 films.
Peter Rainer, past president of the National Society of Film Critics and a former Los Angeles Times movie critic, reviews for KPCC's "Film Week" and KCET's "Life and Times."
note: from #130 and so on are "Some missing classics"
Game of Thrones, HBO's adaptation of George R.R. Martin's first book in his bestselling series, premieres April 17. From Ladyhawke to Raiders of the Lost Ark to the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Martin curates his list of all-time favorites. For Martin's previous Curator feature of his favorite science-fiction films, read this. For Jace Lacob's interview with Martin; the show's creators, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss; and Sue Naegle, the entertainment president of HBO, read this feature. Fans of the books should also read " 10 Secrets of HBO's Game of Thrones," to find out about casting direwolves, forging the Iron Throne, creating the Dothraki language, and many other behind-the-scenes details.
From Tolkien's Middle Earth to the Calendar Girls' Middle England, our critic picks the 50 best movies of the first decade of the Noughties. So get out the popcorn and see if you agree...
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.
The result of the annual poll of De Volkskrant and cinema.nl readers. The readers could select their top 10 from the preselected list of films released in the cinema in The Netherlands in 2004.
Since 1978 the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant polls its readers to find out what they regard the best film released in the past year. Since 2002 the readers of the website www.cinema.nl are also included in the poll. These films are the winners of this yearly poll.
The result of the annual poll of De Volkskrant and cinema.nl readers. The readers could select their top 10 from the preselected list of films released in the cinema in The Netherlands in 2001.
The result of the annual poll of De Volkskrant and cinema.nl readers. The readers could select their top 10 from the preselected list of films released in the cinema in The Netherlands in 2003.
The result of the annual poll of De Volkskrant and cinema.nl readers. The readers could select their top 10 from the preselected list of films released in the cinema in The Netherlands in 2007. 2291 readers submitted their vote.
In 1982, Gandhi won the Oscar and E.T. phoned home. Since then, Hollywood continued to entertain while embracing change.
With picks by USA TODAY's movie staff, Susan Wloszczyna recounts the 25 top milestones.