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  1. August 2022 watchlist's icon

    August 2022 watchlist

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0.
  2. Disney+: All movies currently on Dutch Disney+'s icon

    Disney+: All movies currently on Dutch Disney+

    Favs/dislikes: 12:0. These are all movies currently on Dutch version of streaming service Disney+. I use the [url=]list on MovieMeter[/url] as source, so it doesn't include titles that aren't on MM. I'll update the list once a month. Current edition: Aug 11th 2022
  3. Sonny Chiba filmography's icon

    Sonny Chiba filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. From 1970 to somewhere in the early '80s (very much selected before and after) Watched-and-Ranked: 1-31
  4. Randal Kleiser Filmography's icon

    Randal Kleiser Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0.
  5. Velimir 'Bata' Živojinović ~the best of~'s icon

    Velimir 'Bata' Živojinović ~the best of~

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Faved: 1-7 Rest i like enough with potential for fave. I also like his roles from series Bolji zivot, Srecni ljudi and Porodicno blago
  6. Academy Award films I'm looking for's icon

    Academy Award films I'm looking for

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. This list includes films that are currently lost or incomplete. It also includes a few films that I've found in other languages.
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    Favs/dislikes: 2:0.
  8. Kaanonbonanza VI: Varhaisbonanza's icon

    Kaanonbonanza VI: Varhaisbonanza

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. Tällä listalla on Rusakon ja Erden vuorotellen valitsemia elokuvia elokuvataiteen varhaisilta vuosikymmeniltä (1900 - 1930-luvuilta) sekä ajoittain mahdollisesti myös niihin eri tavoin liittyviä myöhempiä elokuvia. Valittujen elokuvien on suotavaa löytyä vähintään yhdeltä viralliselta ICM-listalta. Elokuvat katsotaan ja niitä ruoditaan teema kerrallaan lukupiiriperiaatteella.
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    Recommendations that are in 0 official lists

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Movies that were recommended for me but which are in no official list.
  10. Aleksey Balabanov filmography's icon

    Aleksey Balabanov filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Aleksei Balabanov (25 February 1959 – 18 May 2013) was a popular Russian filmmaker. Balabanov is best known for the 1997 crime film Brat, and its more action-oriented sequel, Brat-2, both of which starred Sergei Bodrov, Jr. as a novice hit man. Brat became a hit both at the box office and in video copies, achieving wide popularity in Russia. Later, however, he became better known for his shocking and controversial films Gruz 200 (2007) and Morphine (2008).
  11. Current Top 42 films's icon

    Current Top 42 films

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Out of my almost 400 faved films - i here separate very best ones. Fave: 27 Nostalgia (first two films i saw in life): 13 & 15
  12. Official But Under <400 Checks's icon

    Official But Under <400 Checks

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Films that I've seen that are on at least one official list, but have under 400 checks.
  13. 2022's 365 Movies's icon

    2022's 365 Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Trying to watching 365 movies I have never seen before in 2022. Not "one movie a day" which is probably impossible without being a hermit with no life, but 365 total a year.
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    Lost Films

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. All lost films are under a topic!
  15. My Hard Drive Watchlist's icon

    My Hard Drive Watchlist

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0.
  16. Quentin Tarantino's Favorite Movies's icon

    Quentin Tarantino's Favorite Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 16:1. i'm sam disalle and this is the same list as the one i made on MUBI. let me know if anything needs to be added or subtracted.
  17. Shorts I Have Watched's icon

    Shorts I Have Watched

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Short Films I have watched over the years, my idea of a short film is running time under the hour
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  19. AMP's 25 Great Contemporary Iranian Movies's icon

    AMP's 25 Great Contemporary Iranian Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. The news of the arrest of Jafar Panahi, Mostafa Al-Ahmad and Mohammad Rasoulof last week came to cement the oppressive tactics of the current Iranian regime, with the industry now being in more fear than ever for more incarcerations. At the same time, and despite these issues and the whole censorship that dominates all aspects of life, the Iranian movie industry remains rather vibrant, still one of the biggest in the world, with hundreds of movies produced every year. In a homage to both the arrested and the industry, we present 25 Iranian movies, released post-2010, in alphabetical order.
  20. AMP's 40 Great Contemporary Taiwanese Movies's icon

    AMP's 40 Great Contemporary Taiwanese Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Despite the fact that the West mostly knows about Tsai Ming-liang, Hou Hsiao Hsen, Edward Yang and Ang Lee’s works, Taiwan is actually home of a rather vibrant movie industry, which produces films of quality of every category. Particularly during the last few years, when Netflix gave local filmmakers a platform for their films to be known all over the world, the aforementioned fact became even more evident, with the audience discovering the quite high level of Taiwanese productions, beyond the aforementioned masters. In that fashion, we chose to highlight 40 of the best local productions, actually including two works by them, which could, though, very easily be omitted. Without further ado, here are 40 great Taiwanese movies released from 2010 and onwards, with a focus, as always, on diversity. NOTE: Missing on IMDB: * Nine Shots (2019) by James Su * The Child of Nowhere (2020) by Dio Wang
  21. AMP's 40 Weird Asian Movies That Deserve a Watch's icon

    AMP's 40 Weird Asian Movies That Deserve a Watch

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. If there was ever a region that included themes, characters and motifs that occasionally surpassed even the borders of the surreal, that would be Asia, with the titles that can be easily described as absurd coming out in scores. Maybe it has to do with a particular type of idiosyncrasy, maybe that in a number of countries, particularly in Japan and India, filmmakers feel the freedom to express themselves in any way they want, away from any kind of political correctness or even cinematic “rules”. A number of these movies have already garnered the title of cult, but as we are about to see in this particular list, titles from the whole spectrum of cinema can be found here. Without further ado, here are 40 movies that definitely deserve the title of weird, in alphabetical order. PS. The focus on Japanese films was inevitable…
  22. AMP's 25 Great Erotic Asian Movies's icon

    AMP's 25 Great Erotic Asian Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Considering that the majority of South and South East Asian countries are quite conservative when it comes to the presentation of eroticism on cinema (even more so regarding nudity), the number of films that have sensualism as their key element is not exactly huge, at least when compared to European cinema for example. However, Japan and S. Korea do produce a number of this type of movies, even within their censhorship laws, while a number of other countries also have their entries in the category. Also of note is a recent trend that has begun within the Japanese movie industry, of presenting erotic films that try to cater to the aesthetics of both men and women, while abiding by the MeToo rules, with the result being interesting as much as ambitious. In this list, we tried to focus on titles where the erotic is one of the key elements, while trying to stay away from exploitation or soft-porn (S. Korean cinema is filled with these btw) for the most part, instead focusing on “regular” movies that simply include this aspect, in order to titillate. Evidently, we could definitely include more titles from Japan (and S. Korea to a point) but we chose to keep the list as diverse as possible. Without further ado, here are 25 Asian movies that justify this last term. NOTE: Missing on IMDB: Love Nonetheless (Hideo Jojo, 2022, Japan)
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    pegs404's romance favs

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  24. AMP's 50+1 Great Asian Movies Based on Manga/Anime's icon

    AMP's 50+1 Great Asian Movies Based on Manga/Anime

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Over the last several years, major Japanese studios have started to follow the tactics of their Hollywood equivalents by finally adapting their own comics, called manga, in the way they deserve. This tendency is not exactly new, since films based on manga/anime have been shot since the 70s. However, it is the first time that so many expensive and subsequently elaborate productions are being made. This is chiefly attributed to two factors: 1.The people behind those films finally realized that they could not squeeze eight or more hours of anime in a single film, and thus decided to present the movie in two or three parts, retaining much of the original’s story and themes. 2.They also realized since most of the titles are sci-fi themed, much of the budget should be allocated towards the special effects, in order for the adaptation to capture the images of the original. In addition to the large budgets that were eventually approved for those films, the creators managed to finally elaborately depict the originals. With a focus on diversity, here are 50 titles that we believe are worth watching, in alphabetical order. NOTE: The list contains more than 51 films, because the following series are considered as one single entry in the list: * 20th Century Boys Trilogy (2008-2009) * Assassination Classroom Double Bill (2015-2016) * HK Double Bill (2013-2016) * Lone Wolf and Cub Series (1972-1974) * Parasyte Double Bill (2014-2015) * Shinjuku Swan Double Bill (2015-2017) * The Mole Song Trilogy (2014-2021) * Rurouni Kenshin Trilogy (2012-2014)
  25. Incredibly Strange Films: Favorite Films Compiled by Jim Morton and Boyd Rice's icon

    Incredibly Strange Films: Favorite Films Compiled by Jim Morton and Boyd Rice

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. From the book Incredibly Strange Films this selection of films represents some of the guest editor's favorite films.
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