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.
In 2015, Time Out London asked 27 leading Bollywood experts, including critics, curators, and bloggers to vote for the best Bollywood movies of all time. The ballots are available on [url=http://www.timeout.com/london/film/the-100-best-bollywood-movies-who-voted]Time Out's website[/url].
Leading directors, actors, writers and activists – including Todd Haynes, John Waters, Kimberly Peirce and George Takei – share the lesbian, bisexual, trans and gay movies they love the most
Which movies are most beloved for the light they shine on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans experiences? Which screen stories involving LGBT characters are the most enduring, whether romances, horrors or comedies? Which are the most groundbreaking, politically or artistically? And which simply demand to be watched again and again?
We asked LGBT cultural pioneers – including Xavier Dolan, Christine Vachon, Bruce LaBruce and Roland Emmerich – to share with us their ten best gay movies. Here’s their out-and-proud list of 50 great LGBT movies.
Note: #30 is the Terence Davies Trilogy; all three shorts are listed as well (31-33)
It would seem a no-brainer: Combine the world's most revered dramatist with today's most popular medium. Alas, translating the Bard to the big screen has proved trickier than anyone ever thought. In ranking the 25 most successful attempts, TONY tapped its Film and Theater experts. Their only ground rule: No plots about the playwright himself would be eligible. (Sorry, Shakespeare in Love fans). But any adaptations of the plays themselves, loose or faithful, were fair game.
So if top-25 lists be the food of love, read on.
In 2014, Time Out Shanghai asked 88 actors, directors, producers, critics, and academics to vote for the best Mainland Chinese films of all time. The ballots are available on [url=http://www.timeoutshanghai.com/features/Books__Film-Film_features/18277/The-100-best-Mainland-Chinese-films-contributors.html]Time Out's website[/url].
Missing from IMDb:
82. The Legend of Sealed Book (1983)
94. Zero Thousand Li Under the Clouds and Moon (2013)
99. The September of Mine (1990)
In 2014, Time Out London asked 136 leading sci-fi experts, filmmakers, science fiction writers, film critics, and scientists to vote for the best sci-fi films of all time. The ballots are available on [url=http://www.timeout.com/london/film/the-100-best-sci-fi-movies-who-voted]Time Out's website[/url].
"There’s no need to fear subtitles when so much of what Hollywood has come to love (pop-cultural patter, epic swordplay, urban ennui, etc.) has its original source in a distant land. But where to begin? Let us be your (extremely opinionated) guides. Our only ground rules for this foreign-language list: no silent films (sorry, Metropolis), and no movies from Britain, Australia or other English-speaking countries. We’re bound to have forgotten a raft of classics—how could we not, with a whole globe to choose from?"
Time Out's 100 Best Action Movies. Selected by a collection of Top 10 ballots cast by various critics, actors, directors, and stuntpeople. Kill Bill parts I and II were counted as a single film in the list, but are split here on iCM, hence 101.