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  1. OFCS Top 100: Top 100 Overlooked Films of the 1990s's icon

    OFCS Top 100: Top 100 Overlooked Films of the 1990s

    Favs/dislikes: 34:0. The OFCS Top 100 Overlooked Films of the 1990s was announced in 2004. July 27, 2004: It was the decade of Tarantino and Titanic. From Schindler's List to The Blair Witch Project, movies and the hype that went with them seemed bigger than ever. However, too many great films somehow got lost in the shuffle. While some were recalled by Oscar voters and many managed to squeak out a modest box office return, these films nonetheless failed to click in the memory banks of both the critics and with audiences. The writers of the Online Film Critics Society recalls the half- and completely-forgotten treasures of the past decade cinematic canon with its list of the Top 100 Overlooked Films of the 1990s. Join us for a trip back into the not-so-distant past and see if you recall the titles celebrated here by the OFCS writers.
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    OFCS Top 100: Top 100 Sci-Fi Films

    Favs/dislikes: 20:0. The OFCS Top 100 Top Sci-Fi Films was announced in 2002. June 12, 2002: The Online Film Critics Society (OFCS), the international association of the leading Internet-based cinema journalists, is celebrating the first century of science fiction filmmaking with a list of the Top 100 Sci-Fi Films of the Past 100 Years. At the top of the list, according to the 115 members of the OFCS, is Stanley Kubrick's cryptic 1968 masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. Beginning with Georges Melies' 1902 fantasy A Trip to the Moon and continuing through this summer's top releases including Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones and the upcoming Minority Report, sci-fi has proven to be among the most durable and prescient of film genres. In celebrating a century of sci-fi films, the OFCS writers considered more than 400 titles spanning every decade and a variety of formats ranging from short subjects to animation to classics of global cinema. In polling the OFCS membership for this survey, the society invited its members to provide their choices for the century's greatest sci-fi offerings. "It's very interesting to see what a broad spectrum of films can be considered science fiction," says Erik Childress, editor of eFilmCritic.com and a member of the OFCS Governing Committee. "By letting our members vote with their own thoughts instead of tying them down with an absolute final ballot AFI-style, you get to see a wide array of titles that many, including myself, wouldn't even consider science-fiction (like Dr. Strangelove or Night of the Living Dead)."
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    OFCS Top 100: 100 Best First Films

    Favs/dislikes: 17:0. October 04, 2010: For movie lovers, there are few things more exciting than the discovery of a bold new filmmaker. Through cinema history, many extraordinary directors immediately made their marks on the industry with their first feature-length films. The Online Film Critics Society celebrates the innovations and ingenuity of these extraordinary artists by presenting its selection of the 100 Best First Feature Films of All Time. Spanning the cinematic experience from the silent era to the digital age, the OFCS writers pay tribute to the most impressive filmmaking debuts of all time.
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