Charts: Lists

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.

  1. Rotten Tomatoes 100% Club - Certified Fresh with Perfect Score's icon

    Rotten Tomatoes 100% Club - Certified Fresh with Perfect Score

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. All the movies with a 100% critic approval score AND a Certified Fresh status on Rotten Tomatoes, meaning they fit the following criteria: - At least five reviews from Top Critics. - Films in wide release must have a minimum of 80 reviews. This also applies for films going from limited to wide release. - Films in limited release must have a minimum of 40 reviews. The films are listed in chronological order.
  2. RT's 300 BEST MOVIES OF ALL TIME's icon

    RT's 300 BEST MOVIES OF ALL TIME

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Welcome to the 300 highest-rated best movies of all time, as reviewed and selected by Tomatometer-approved critics and Rotten Tomatoes users.
  3. Sarajevo's Favorite Films's icon

    Sarajevo's Favorite Films

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. List from a user on now defunct forum The Life Cinematic. 1-38 preferential, 39-71 chronological.
  4. Screen Rant - The 20 Best Films of the 1990s's icon

    Screen Rant - The 20 Best Films of the 1990s

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. The 1990s were a particularly vital time for American cinema. Established filmmakers like Steven Spielberg, the Coen Brothers, and James Cameron made some of the most memorable films of their careers, and new auteurs like Wes Anderson, P.T. Anderson, and Quentin Tarantino exploded onto the scene and redefined the way we view film. Dramatic changes in technology allowed an entire new dimension in special effects, and the end of the cold war challenged us to reflect on the Twentieth Century with a less self-congratulatory tone in our movies. In order to determine what made up the very best movies of the 1990s, we tasked a dozen or so of our writers with establishing a universe of fifty films, and then voting on those films to ferret out the top twenty. The votes were weighted, with substantially more points awarded to high rankings than lower rankings, ensuring that even outliers that a few of us considered brilliant had a chance to make their way onto the list. Some surprises made our list (What About Bob, Terminator 2) while some huge films didn’t make the cut (Titanic, Schindler’s List). Here are Screen Rant’s 20 Best Films of the 1990s.
  5. SensCritique best french movies of 2023's icon

    SensCritique best french movies of 2023

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 1255 votes
  6. SensCritique best movies of 2002's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2002

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 27/02/2023
  7. SensCritique best movies of 2007's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2007

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 21/12/2022
  8. SensCritique best movies of 2009's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2009

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 07/12/2022
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    SensCritique best movies of 2010

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 05/12/2022
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    SensCritique best movies of 2011

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 01/12/2022
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    SensCritique best movies of 2012

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 30/11/2022
  12. SensCritique best movies of 2013's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2013

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 27/11/2022
  13. SensCritique best movies of 2017's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2017

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 17/10/2022
  14. SensCritique best movies of 2018's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2018

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 16/10/2022
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    SensCritique best movies of 2019

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 14/10/2022
  16. SensCritique best movies of 2021's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2021

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. 14/10/2022
  17. SensCritique best movies of 2022's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2022

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. From the french website senscritique, based on 5363 top 10
  18. SensCritique best movies of 2024's icon

    SensCritique best movies of 2024

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. A continuous poll from french website "senscritique" 2805 votes
  19. sidehacker's Favorite Films's icon

    sidehacker's Favorite Films

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. List from a user on now defunct forum The Life Cinematic. 1-10 preferential, 11-52 chronological
  20. Slant Magazine's 100 Greatest Music Videos of All Time (2021)'s icon

    Slant Magazine's 100 Greatest Music Videos of All Time (2021)

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. see 2003 list too There are at least 4 additional mentions in the list that i thought were worth the inclusion. One of them is a long form music film that's not available on youtubes.
  21. Steampunk anime. All lists in one's icon

    Steampunk anime. All lists in one

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Nerdbear's Top 15 Best Steampunk Anime Series and Movies MyAnimeList's Top 10 Best Steampunk Anime: Let Off Some Steam! SteampunkDaily's Top 10 Steampunk Anime Series FandomSpot's 15 Best Steampunk Anime Series & Movies Ever Made Honey's Anime's Top 10 Steampunk Anime Berley’s Top Ten Favorite Steampunk Anime
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    That Film Guy - Top 30 Film Trilogies of All Time

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Our list of the Top 30 Movie Trilogies of all Time. Do you Agree?………Before the 1970s a film trilogy was a rare entity. Usually if a film was successful it was simply left to run or re-released at a later date. However the success surrounding The Godfather trilogy and latterly the Star Wars saga lead Hollywood to consider sequels and threequels as a viable way of making money. Since this period there has been an explosion in the film trilogy release cycle, even going as far as to coin the ˜franchise’ term for those that run over the standard three films format. Now just because George Lucas, Steven Spielberg or Marvel studios decide to release a fourth instalment after a film trilogy finishes does not preclude the first three films being a fully-fledged film trilogy in their own right and so you can fully expect to see your favourites in the list. The only exceptions to inclusion are those that are too loosely linked, film trilogies such as Kevin Smith’s so-called ˜Jersey Film Trilogy’ (Clerks, Mallrats and Chasing Amy) and the James Bond franchise of films of which there are enough to make a enough entires to fill the whole top 30 list.
  23. The 10 Best Micro-Budget Movies of The 21st Century's icon

    The 10 Best Micro-Budget Movies of The 21st Century

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. The term “microbudget” may seem a little vague, and while many authorities on film can’t quite agree on what amount of money qualifies as a microbudget film, this list will focus on feature films made for less than $250,000 USD (or equivalent). I will mostly discuss first-time films and/or features that established their respective directors as a “new voice” or gained them a much wider global audience. With the advent of affordable, accessible and powerful filmmaking tools such as the DSLR and DV cameras and even the iPhone, an entirely new generation of filmmakers have been granted the power to make a feature film without the help of a major studio or major financial investors. While the 1980’s and 90’s saw the rise of self-funded films such as The Evil Dead, Clerks and El Mariachi, the turn of the new millennium saw the rise of the video-maker, and movements such as Mumblecore, which, spurred on by the Dogme 95 movement in Europe, led to a much wider acceptance of not only digital cinema in general, but also the use of consumer-grade cameras within mass cinema culture. Below are some of the best, most influential and most groundbreaking microbudget films made since the year 2000. While only three were shot on actual celluloid film, all are remarkable pieces of cinema that have left a lasting impression on audiences and moviemakers alike. All serve as a reminder that no matter your budget, you can craft a great movie from little more than the resources at your disposal and an iron will to create. The films are in no particular order.
  24. The 10 Best Movies Influenced by 20th Century Occultism's icon

    The 10 Best Movies Influenced by 20th Century Occultism

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Aleister Crowley, an English novelist, poet, artist and “ceremonial magician” has had a acute influence on art. However, this influence is woven within the context of his philosophical religious movement, Thelema, and the impact that it has had upon its adherents (both past and present). Thelema’s influence throughout the last century is an influence that is one that persists within the shadows of culture. It developed as a re-imagining of renaissance-era philosophical law/logic that originated within the secret societies of Europe, such as Francis Dashwood’s Hellfire Club, The French Club des Hashischins (Hashish-User’s Club), the philosophy of Francois Rabelais (a Franciscan Monk, most known for his synthesis of Christian humanism with the ideals of the Greek Stoic philosophy), as well as the influence of various other hermetic orders such as the Freemasons. Crowley, influenced by the ideals of Dashwood and the humanist philosophy of Rabelais, decided to embark on a path toward the design of a hermetic order that would combine the organizational structure of such previous groups with the philosophical underpinnings of Rabelais. In this way, Crowley believed he could revive interest into what was termed ‘Magick’, a ritual practice different from stage performance what is generally termed by Thelemites as “magic”. To Crowley, the performance of ceremonial Magick was essential to the process of self-discovery and self actualization. He described the process of Magick as being the act of : “[finding out for oneself], and make sure beyond doubt, who one is, what one is, why one is …Being thus conscious of the proper course to pursue, the next thing is to understand the conditions necessary to following it out. After that, one must eliminate from oneself every element alien or hostile to success, and develop those parts of oneself which are specially needed to control the aforesaid conditions.” This process of self-discovery actualized by the practice of Magick has found its way into experimental film, blockbusters, comic books, novels, television and performance art. Thelema, though not as popular as an organized religious practice as it was in the past has seeped its way into the creation of popular media by creators like Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, H.R. Giger and Alejandro Jodorowsky. The following list of films expresses the impact that Thelema and its occult antecessors have had on film culture.
  25. The 10 Best Movies Influenced by Marxist Philosophy's icon

    The 10 Best Movies Influenced by Marxist Philosophy

    Favs/dislikes: 0:1. Karl Marx was one of the most influential philosopher of all time and consequently his work has influenced a lot of films. The spectator faces Marxist problems such as: proletariat conditions, bourgeoisie dominance, the evolving technology and its connection to society, and revolution. Every problem is only a signal of the advent of the communist era, which consists of final justice on earth. This is the core of an entire movement which deeply influenced the world. Obviously there were other philosophers, many influenced by Marx, who expanded those core elements in many other directions, some of them contemporaneous to him including Engels, Kautsky, Bernstein and others after his death (Rosa Luxemburg, Gyorgy Lukacs, Antonio Gramsci, Ernst Bloch). Every one of them shared a faith in proletariat justice, where object and subject finally identify each other. Lower industrial classes are the “soil” for the revolution and will bring true values for all humanity but doing this demands the fall of the dominant industrialized class: the bourgeoisie. Fraternity is the key word to the basis of a community, and Communism is the ultimate community where humanity frees itself from physical and mental slavery. Marx has never described a “communist” society but he gave some advice in his Critique of the Gotha Program. He said that capitalism is the world where slave-masses serve the few dehumanized bourgeoisies. Once this is known it’s easy to understand that for a film to be Marxist it should reflect reality as closely as possible. It should reflect the horribleness of bourgeois society and the honorable values brought about by the proletarian class. That is a simplified point of view in respect to the Marxist way to see arts (in particular in respect to Lukacs’s literary theories), but it shows the core of this concept. In fact, during the Soviet era, the most common type of film coming from “red” countries,was the documentary. What ‘s better than reality itself to show how society and socialism work? Exemplary examples are the “Kino-pravda” works created by Dziga Vertov. The main ideas expressed Marx evolved through time and in particular during the 67-68’ period which brought a sort of renaissance and reconsideration of the core Marxist ideas, which ends in a post-structuralist philosophical movement. In this final development of “revolutionary” ideas, Marx was an influence along with others, so it can be said that in cinema’s post-68’ period is not a continuation of the Russian montage school. Considering the history of socialism and the history of cinema, there is a wide range of achievement among the movies influenced by Marx and these show many different aspects of Marx ideas, demonstrating the multifaceted dimensions of this movement. On the other hand it is possible to show what Marxism has meant to humanity through the eyes of a number of directors.
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