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.
The best movies of the 20th century as shown by the cinema Filmpodium in Zurich, Switzerland. The project lasts from 2011 to 2020. In each of the 10 years during this retrospective the best movies of the years with the corresponding end number are shown: in 2011 those were the films of the years 1911, 1921, 1931 up to 1991. At the end of the project in 2020 there will be a list of about 500 of the very best movies of the first century of cinema.
You'll find the program of the actual month at their website www.filmpodium.ch. Original title of this series is: Das erste Jahrhundert des Films.
Every episode of Seinfeld in order of its air date
Okay look, I put a lot of work into this list and I've checked its accuracy multiple times. If you are solely disliking this list just because it is a television show, then you are misusing the system for it's intended purposes. While you may not use this site for tracking television, many of us do and find lists like these helpful for keeping track of our progress within the series. Please don't be rude and think before you automatically "dislike" lists like these.
(Some two-part episodes are condensed into one)
In November 2013, Kadian created [url=http://thecartdriver.com/animetacritic-v-2-more-reviewers-more-lists/]AniMetacritic V.2[/url], a list of the highest rated anime by 161 reviewers and critics (based on ratings from their MAL profiles). It is an expanded version of Scamp's original [url=http://thecartdriver.com/animetacritic-what-anime-reviewers-think-are-the-best-and-worst-anime-of-all-time/]AniMetacritic[/url] list.
This is a list of the top 50 standalone series on AniMetacritic V.2. I am defining "standalone" as any series which is the first (or only) series in its franchise (so sequels and remakes are excluded).
The Up Series is a series of documentary films directed by Michael Apted that have followed the lives of fourteen Britons, starting in 1964 when they were seven years old. Every installment is on Rober Ebert's list "The Great Movies", due to their historic value.