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. Donald Richie's A Hundred Years of Japanese Film's icon

    Donald Richie's A Hundred Years of Japanese Film

    Favs/dislikes: 67:0. Called "the dean of Japan's arts critics" by Time magazine, Richie takes us from the inception of Japanese cinema at the end of the nineteenth century, through the achievements of Kurosawa, Mizoguchi, and Ozu, then on to the notable works of contemporary filmmakers. This revised edition includes analyses of the latest trends in Japanese cinema, such as the revival of the horror genre, and introduces today's up-and-coming directors and their works. This list is from the 'Selective Guide to Dvds and Videos' included at the back of the book, where Richie provided capsule reviews of the major subtitled Japanese films commercially available in DVD and VHS formats.
  2. Kinema Junpo Annual Top 10s's icon

    Kinema Junpo Annual Top 10s

    Favs/dislikes: 50:0. Each year, Kinema Junpo magazine publishes a list of the top 10 Japanese films of the year. This is not the complete list because some of the films are missing from IMDb. You can see a longer list and rankings for each year at the [url=]list source[/url].
  3. Japanese New Wave's icon

    Japanese New Wave

    Favs/dislikes: 35:0. The Japanese New Wave is the term for a group of Japanese filmmakers emerging from the late 1950s through the early 1970s. The term also refers to their work, in a loose creative movement within Japanese film, from a similar time period.—Wikipedia List created by arsaib
  4. Giant Monster All-Out Attack: The Kaiju List's icon

    Giant Monster All-Out Attack: The Kaiju List

    Favs/dislikes: 34:1. A(n eventually) complete list of films featuring giant monsters, most notably of the "kaiju" variety. The list is a work in progress. If you do not see a film that should appear on it, please comment and it will be added ASAP.
  5. Pink Films's icon

    Pink Films

    Favs/dislikes: 30:2. Pink film (ピンク映画 Pinku eiga or Pink eiga?) is a style of Japanese softcore pornographic theatrical film. Films of this genre first appeared in the early 1960s, and dominated the Japanese domestic cinema from the mid-1960s through the mid-1980s. In the 1960s, the pink films were largely the product of small, independent studios. In the 1970s, some of Japan’s major studios, facing the loss of their theatrical audience, took over the pink film. With their access to higher production-values and talent, some of these films became critical and popular successes. Though the appearance of the AV (adult video) took away most of the pink film audience in the 1980s, films in this genre are still being produced.”—Wikipedia List created by Erdiawa​n Putra
  6. Cinemaya's Greatest Asian Films's icon

    Cinemaya's Greatest Asian Films

    Favs/dislikes: 28:0. In 1998, Cinemaya asked 34 critics (mostly Asian critics) to list their 10 favorite Asian films. Cinemaya published all of these lists in issue #41 of the magazine. #1 Tokyo Story appeared on 20 of the lists. This is a list of films that appeared on at least 2 lists. See [url=]this spreadsheet[/url] for vote counts. 6 of the critics listed "The Apu Trilogy" without specifying an individual film, so I counted each trilogy vote as a vote for all 3 films. You can see some of the top 10 lists in this [url=]Google book preview[/url].
  7. The 50 Best Asian Horror Films of the New Millennium’s First Decade's icon

    The 50 Best Asian Horror Films of the New Millennium’s First Decade

    Favs/dislikes: 28:0. (3 are missing due to them not being on here as of yet). #37. Prayer Beads (2004) #4. Midnight Ballad for Ghost Theater (2006) #33. Memory (2008)
  8. Eigahiho's Top 100 Japanese Films of the 21st Century's icon

    Eigahiho's Top 100 Japanese Films of the 21st Century

    Favs/dislikes: 26:0. This list is from a [url=映画秘宝EX-ゼロ年代日本映画100-洋泉社MOOK-映画秘宝-EX/dp/4862487173]book[/url] published by Eigahiho in 2011.
  9. Kenji's Japanese Canon's icon

    Kenji's Japanese Canon

    Favs/dislikes: 25:0. Kenji's Japanese Canon List created by Kenji
  10. List of Monster Films's icon

    List of Monster Films

    Favs/dislikes: 23:0. A list of films which include monsters as the main plot, these films include such creatures as extraterrestrial aliens, giant animals, Kaiju (the Japanese counterpart of giant animals, but they can also be machines and plants), mutants, supernatural creatures, or creatures from folklore, such as Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster. These movies usually fall into the science fiction, fantasy and/or horror genres. May not include all films which feature monsters as some are lost or just to obscure to be known. Listed in alphabetical order.
  11. Eros Plus Massacre: An Introduction to the Japanese New Wave Cinema's icon

    Eros Plus Massacre: An Introduction to the Japanese New Wave Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 22:0. This list is from the book [url=]Eros Plus Massacre: An Introduction to the Japanese New Wave Cinema[/url] (1988) by David Desser
  12. Art Theatre Guild of Japan (ATG)'s icon

    Art Theatre Guild of Japan (ATG)

    Favs/dislikes: 16:0. Art Theatre Guild (ATG) was a film production company in Japan that started in 1961 and ran through to the mid-1980s, releasing mostly Japanese New Wave films. ATG began as an independent agency which distributed foreign films in Japan. With the decline of the major Japanese film studios in the 1960s, an "art house" cinema group formed around ATG and the company moved into distributing Japanese works rejected by the major studios. By 1967 ATG was assisting with production costs for a number of new Japanese films. ([url=]Wikipedia)[/url] Associated filmmakers: [url=]Susumu Hani[/url], [url=]Akio Jissoji[/url], [url=]Kazuo Kuroki[/url], [url=]Toshio Matsumoto[/url], [url=]Nagisa Oshima[/url], [url= +shinoda]Masahiro Shinoda[/url], [url=]Shuji Terayama[/url] See also: [url=]Japanese New Wave[/url]
  13.'s Top 50 Films from Japan (2010)'s icon's Top 50 Films from Japan (2010)

    Favs/dislikes: 16:0.'s Top 50 Films from Japan. Made in 2010.
  14. Tartan Asia Extreme's icon

    Tartan Asia Extreme

    Favs/dislikes: 14:0.
  15. Keisuke Kinoshita filmography's icon

    Keisuke Kinoshita filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 12:1. Keisuke Kinoshita (木下 惠介 Kinoshita Keisuke, December 5, 1912 – December 30, 1998) was a Japanese film director. Although lesser known internationally than his fellow filmmakers such as Akira Kurosawa, Kenji Mizoguchi and Yasujirō Ozu, Keisuke Kinoshita was nonetheless a household figure at home beloved by audience and critics alike, especially in the forties through the sixties. He was also prolific, turning out some 42 films in the first 23 years of his career.
  16. Kinema Junpo's Top Japanese Movies: 2000 onwards's icon

    Kinema Junpo's Top Japanese Movies: 2000 onwards

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0. Six films missing from IMDb: Roshin (dir. Tazuko Makitsubo) Jumin ga sentaku shita machi no fukushi (dir. Sumiko Haneda) Hiratsuka Raicho no shogai (dir. Sumiko Haneda) Owari yokereba subete yoshi (dir. Sumiko Haneda) Fusa (dir. Kon Ichikawa) Ah manmo kaitakudan (dir. Sumiko Haneda)
  17. Japanese Cyberpunk Cinema's icon

    Japanese Cyberpunk Cinema

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. A work in progress list of Japanese Cyberpunk films.
  18. AniDB 'Surreal' Tag Films's icon

    AniDB 'Surreal' Tag Films

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. List of feature length films sorted by average rating under the 'Surreal' tag on AniDB. Includes shorts. Missing: Tailenders (2009) Yami o Mitsumeru Hane (2003)
  19. Ofuji Noburo Award for Best Animated Film's icon

    Ofuji Noburo Award for Best Animated Film

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. The Ōfuji Noburō Award is one of the awards at the Mainichi Film Concours, and it honor excellence in Japanese animation. In the 1980s, big budget films started to dominate the award. In 1989, they established the Animation Grand Award to reward big budget films, which allowed the Ōfuji Noburō Award to focus on lower budget independent films. Missing from IMDb: Murder (1964) The Chair (1964) Two Pikes (1961) The Ugly Duckling (1968) The Kindly Lion (1970) The Flower and the Mole (1970) Home, My Home (1970) Tenma no Torayan (1971) Praise be to Small Ills (1973) The Water Seed (1975) Towards the Rainbow (1977) The Magic Fox (1982) Mizu no Sei Kappa Hyakuzu (1998) The Moon that Fell into the Sea (2013) Crazy Little Thing (2014)
  20. This Is What Happens When You Leave A Man In The Alps's icon

    This Is What Happens When You Leave A Man In The Alps

    Favs/dislikes: 6:1. A mix of movies to see from The Flophouse podcast, trailers, and articles; or in some cases, movies that I need to re-watch
  21. Samurai Films's icon

    Samurai Films

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. Films from the book "Samurai Films" by Roland Thorne (2008). ISBN: 9781842432556. This list contains the movies analyzed in Roland Thorne's book.
  22. Weird and Twisted's icon

    Weird and Twisted

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. Estas mis peliculas favoritas en cuanto a lo extraño y retorcido, trate de no guiarme por la popular de estas peliculas, si no por mis gustos personales. Those are my favorites movies about the weird and twisted, i tried not guide me for the popular that this movies are, but my personals preference.
  23. Anime!'s icon


    Favs/dislikes: 3:0.
  24. Koreyoshi Kurahara Filmography's icon

    Koreyoshi Kurahara Filmography

    Favs/dislikes: 3:0. The filmography of Japanese maestro, Koreyoshi Kurahara.
  25. Animeland's Top 100 Japanese Anime Movies's icon

    Animeland's Top 100 Japanese Anime Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. AnimeLand is the first magazine, both historically and in circulation, specializing in the field of manga and animation in France. First a fanzine, made by fans for fans, AnimeLand has become in 25 years a magazine sold throughout France and in French-speaking countries. He is today the reference in terms of treatment of manga and animation news thanks to his freedom of tone and his expert analysis. This collection brings together the 100 Japanese animated films that have made history by specifying its qualities and numerous production anecdotes. Written by a team of experts, in partnership with AnimeLand, this ideal animathèque is as essential for the novice who will be able to discover films according to his tastes as for the die-hard fan who will hasten to take up the challenge of watching the 100 films of the selection.
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