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  1. The 10 Worst Edited Movies of All Time's icon

    The 10 Worst Edited Movies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Editing is a heavily overlooked aspect of films when it comes to casual audiences. Good editing makes the very existence of a film’s edits seem invisible; someone who wills to dissect movies will pay close attention to the pacing and cutting of a film. Either way, a film that is well edited will never distract you from everything else that is going on. The only exception to this rule is a segment that blows you away with either something innovative or something swift. “Requiem For a Dream” features many cuts, but it boils an anxiety within its viewers to mimic the withdrawals the onscreen characters are facing. Thelma Schoonmaker has famously turned every Scorsese film she has worked on into a cinematic waltz. If you pay enough close attention to the less-blatant examples as well, you will find a new respect for some of your favourite films.

But, this list isn’t about that. This is a list of 10 of the most toxic editing you can find. These are edits that will either give you a migraine within microseconds, confuse you beyond belief, or will be so pointless that the featured film will annoy you. Unlike most good editing jobs, these examples detach you from a film and will make you aware of each and every little cut (or lack thereof). With that being said, here are 10 films with some of the worst editing in cinematic history.
  2. iCM Forum's Favorite Underrated Movies Top 100's icon

    iCM Forum's Favorite Underrated Movies Top 100

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The Top 100 favorite underrated movies as voted for by member of the iCM Forum. Underrated was defined as movies you feel don't get the appreciation by the "general" public you feel they deserve. The complete list with all votes can be found [url=https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/icm+forums+favorite+underrated+movies+complete+list/lonewolf2003]here[/url]
  3. iCM Forum's Favorite Underrated Movies Complete List's icon

    iCM Forum's Favorite Underrated Movies Complete List

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. The favorite underrated movies as voted for by member of the iCM Forum. Underrated was defined as movies you feel don't get the appreciation by the "general" public you feel they deserve. The Top 100 can be found [url=https://www.icheckmovies.com/lists/icm+forums+favorite+underrated+movies+top+100/lonewolf2003/]here[/url]
  4. Lez Hang Out's Should've Been Gay's icon

    Lez Hang Out's Should've Been Gay

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. A complete list of all the movies that have a Should've Been Gay episode of Lez Hang Out dedicated to them! This list does not include tv shows or theatre plays that have been featured. List updated whenever a new Should've Been Gay episode drops.
  5. Lez Hang Out's Lez-ssentials's icon

    Lez Hang Out's Lez-ssentials

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. A complete list of all the movies that have a Lez-ssentials episode of Lez Hang Out dedicated to them! List updated whenever a new Lez-ssentials episode drops.
  6. Bleeding Skull 50: The Best Something Weird Horror Films's icon

    Bleeding Skull 50: The Best Something Weird Horror Films

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. "In Midnight Movies, authors J. Hoberman and Jonathan Rosenbaum describe underground movies as “redolent of danger, secrecy, subversion, resistance, and liberation; not to mention perversity, alienation, and even madness.” They didn’t know it, but they were also defining Something Weird."
  7. Autostraddle's 50 Best Lesbian, Queer, and Bisexual Movies of the Decade's icon

    Autostraddle's 50 Best Lesbian, Queer, and Bisexual Movies of the Decade

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Whenever I’ve said to someone I was working on a Top 50 Lesbian+ Films of the Decade list I’ve been met with the same question: Were there really that many? The answer: Yes, of course. But there’s a follow-up question worth asking: If there were that many, why does it feel like there weren’t? The fact is most of the films about us — and especially the films by us — do not get the attention they deserve. They don’t get the budgets they deserve, the awards they deserve, the acclaim they deserve. But that’s why we exist — that’s why Autostraddle exists — because while we may not be able to fund the trans lesbian action movie of your dreams, we can remind you of the rare queer films that joined the zeitgeist and we can bring your attention to all the others you may have missed. The “short” list voted on by the entire Autostraddle team was 171 films. Voting took place in two parts: Everyone gave each film they’d personally seen a rating out of ten stars and then chose their top five favorites. The overall ratings were used to put together one list and the favorites were used to form another. Then those two lists were combined for what you see here. Films that had many people rate them were also weighted slightly higher on that list. The intention of this algorithm was to prioritize films featuring underrepresented groups while still not discrediting popularity. I wanted this list to bring attention to our favorite under-discussed movies, but also for it to act as a definitive reflection of the decade in lesbian+ cinema. Well, without further ado – here is the Autostraddle Best Lesbian+ Films of the Decade.
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    SCFZ's favourite sci-fi films

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. genre poll held at the scfz film forum: http://scfzforum.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=399
  9. Box Office Historical Top 10s's icon

    Box Office Historical Top 10s

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Every movie to be one of the top ten movies of all-time, as they would have been calculated at the end of each calendar year.
  10. Cinema Tropical - Top Ten Latin American Films of the Decade (2010-2019) - Complete's icon

    Cinema Tropical - Top Ten Latin American Films of the Decade (2010-2019) - Complete

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Cinema Tropical, the leading presenter of Latin American cinema in the U.S., has compiled a list of the Top Ten Latin American Films of the Decade (2010-2019), based on a poll of 97 international film festival and cinemathèque programmers. In total, 234 films representing 17 Latin American countries were nominated for the distinction of being Best of the Decade, demonstrating the high quality and diversity of films from the region. ! I only get to 229 titles including the 3 missing ones, feel free to correct me ! still to be added because not on IMDb: - 63. Buenos Aires al Pacífico (2018) - Mariano Donoso, Argentina (between Bixa Travesti and Casa Roshell) - 63. FUEGO SOBRE EL MÁRMARA by David Segarra, Venezuela, 2011 (between fano and juan of the dead) - 67. RETREAT / RETIRO by Daniela Alatorre, México, 2019 (between La Obra del Siglo and Santa Teresa y otras historias)
  11. Top 25 de la rédaction Nanarland's icon

    Top 25 de la rédaction Nanarland

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  12. Top 100 Movies from Poland's icon

    Top 100 Movies from Poland

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  13. FrightFest Guide: Werewolf Movies's icon

    FrightFest Guide: Werewolf Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. "The crimson eyes of the werewolf have stalked us across the centuries. We are now most familiar with the wolfman courtesy of Hollywood. Over the past century, a diverse pack of lycanthropes has manifest on the silver screen – in big-bucks blockbusters and zero-budget B-movies – each revealing a little more of the nature of the beast. Within these colorful pages we encounter reluctant wolfmen and shapeshifting sadists, big bad fairytale wolves and lycanthropic nymphomaniacs." --Not on IMDB: -Attack of the Indian Werewolf (2010)
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    Disney+

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. All films and series (with imdb entry) currently on U.S.A. version of Disney+. Movies: https://www.disneyplus.com/movies/9f7c38e5-41c3-47b4-b99e-b5b3d2eb95d4 Series: https://www.disneyplus.com/series/53adf843-491b-40ae-9b46-bccbceed863b There are roughly ~75 films that are advertised on Disney+ but cannot be watched at this time due to existing contracts. None of them are listed on this list. Last updated: January 15, 2020 Note: You can suggest movies or series to add to Disney+ by going to https://help.disneyplus.com/csp and clicking Give Feedback, followed by clicking Request a film or show.
  15. FilmSchoolRejects 2010s Top 100's icon

    FilmSchoolRejects 2010s Top 100

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0.
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    Synthwave Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. "This is a list that covers the movies that have the greatest affect on the Synthwave genre. From Dystopian Cyberpunk movies, Carpenter's Horror Classics, Tangerine Dream's 80's Soundtracks, Outrun Action, Classic B-Movies, Essential Anime, Futuristic Sci-Fi, and modern Retro Revisions....this is Synthwave Cinema." Created by TheScientist on rateyourmusic.com
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    TSZDT 500<400

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. The top 500 movies nominated for TSZDT with less than 400 checks on iCheckMovies.
  18. The 30 Best Documentaries of the 2010s's icon

    The 30 Best Documentaries of the 2010s

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. What does it mean anymore to search for truth? It’s so tired it’s practically cliche: We think we know the difference between what’s “real” and what’s “fake,” and we use those terms as if we’ve shored up a pretty precise definition between the two in our heads. Functionally, though, we operate as if we care less about what’s “true,” and more about what truth, however it’s defined, does to affect our lives. We’ve transcended finding the difference; we now conceive of truth in terms of whether or not we have to take responsibility for it. The best documentaries of the past 10 years, then, aren’t about the gray area between truth and fiction, but about the responsibility of witnessing: When truth is in the eye of the beholder, what burden must that beholder carry? What is the burden of seeing? And so, the following documentaries chronicle the weight of these burdens. They are movies of work, of identity through work, of physical creation, of physical Creation, of taking responsibility for oneself through the privilege of seeing, of that “taking” as both political action and declaration of individual identity. As for our number one pick, the director’s work is to see, and her film has deep respect for that occupation. We’ve also reserved spots on this list for only one movie per director, unless the film is part of a companion piece. Which means that Frederick Wiseman has made more than one great documentary this decade (see also: Ex Libris and Monrovia: Indiana); so has Robert Greene, and Steve James, and Jodie Mack, and Brett Story… we’re wading into the many shades of capital-”T” truth here, folks. We manipulate it how we see fit. Some honorable mentions of course just barely missed the list—Brimstone & Glory, Exit Through the Gift Shop, Hypernormalisation and This Is Not a Film all come immediately to mind—but the following is essential.
  19. Knockout Competition 2019 - Most favourited's icon

    Knockout Competition 2019 - Most favourited

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. All the titles that participate in the first edition of the ICMForum's Knockout Competition.
  20. Rotten Movies We Love: The Book's icon

    Rotten Movies We Love: The Book

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Ever been crushed to learn your favorite movie -- or a new one you're dying to see -- has been given the big green splat from Rotten Tomatoes' infamous Tomatometer? The site's editors stand by their critics and scores, but they also feel your pain: Fresh films shouldn't get all the glory! In Rotten Movies We Love, the RT team celebrates 101 Rotten movies that can't be missed, including: Box office slayers and household names: 01-19 So bad they're good: 20-27 Not their best work (or so they said): 28-36 Cult leaders: 37-50 Ahead of their time: 51-66 Sequels worth a second look: 67-78 Basic Instincts: 79-101 Featuring 16 essays from some of the world's most well-known film critics -- Leonard Maltin, Terri White, Amy Nicholson, David Fear, K. Austin Collins, and more -- and punctuated with black-and-white film stills and punchy graphics, it's a fun romp through the quirkier corners of film history, sure to delight any cinephile or pop-culture fanatic.
  21. iCM Forum's 1000<400 (2019)'s icon

    iCM Forum's 1000<400 (2019)

    Favs/dislikes: 11:0. Every September, members of the ICM Forum vote for the top 500 films with fewer than 400 checks on iCM (at the time of voting). This list features the top 1000 ranked films in the poll.
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    Movieland (Tous les films)

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 1800+ must-see movies on a beautiful and detailed road map, to help you find your way through cinema.
  23. Collider's 100 Essential Movies Any Serious Film Fan Should See's icon

    Collider's 100 Essential Movies Any Serious Film Fan Should See

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. If you’re a budding cinephile, it can be difficult to know where to start or even to find a baseline. Cinema becomes more daunting every year as new films are released and old films are reappraised. With this in mind, the staff of Collider.com has collaborated on 100 movies we think every film fan needs to see. To be clear, this list is not an ending, but a beginning. It’s meant to serve as a starting point. Just because a movie didn’t make this list of 100, that doesn’t mean it’s “inessential.” Rather, we wanted to provide a good foundation that would spark a person’s curiosity about where to go next. Additionally, while many essential movies were done by white, male directors because historically those are the people who have had power, we didn’t want to neglect international cinema, female filmmakers, or filmmakers of color, and we have sought to include their work here. Another group of film fans could come up with their own “Essential 100” and make a strong argument for it. However, we didn’t create this list to spark an argument, but to spark curiosity. If you look at this list as a guide rather than an end-point, then it should set you on a path to building your knowledge and appreciation of cinema. Also, it should be noted that this list is organized alphabetically. We have not ranked these movies against each other because part of the purpose of this list is to get you to start with any film that piques your interest and see where it leads you. Below is an overview of our list, and you can click on each title to read our justification for why it’s essential. But if you want the complete experience, scroll through the complete version of the list at the bottom.
  24. Letterboxd Top 100 Narrative Feature Films by Women Directors's icon

    Letterboxd Top 100 Narrative Feature Films by Women Directors

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Ranked by average user rating on Letterboxd ELIGIBILITY RULES: • This list counts female co-directors, even if uncredited. • Includes cis, transgender and female-identifying directors. • Films must be feature-length (45+ minutes), with a theatrical and/or festival release. • Documentaries of any kind, short films, theater/stage, TV movies, TV series or miniseries, and episodes are excluded. • There is a 1,000 minimum vote threshold.
  25. FilmsRanked.com 200 Greatest Horror Films's icon

    FilmsRanked.com 200 Greatest Horror Films

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The 200 greatest horror films of all time, as compiled by FilmsRanked.com
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