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  1. Paste Magazine's 80 Best Movies of the 1980s's icon

    Paste Magazine's 80 Best Movies of the 1980s

    Favs/dislikes: 7:0. Welcome to Paste’s 80 Best Movies of the 1980s. This list takes into account what the critics and audiences of the time could not—the lasting ripple effects of iconic performances, influential direction and pop-culture sweet spots, as well as some simply overlooked gems. That said, a great performance or popular endearment isn’t necessarily enough. The films on this list must be good, solid examples of their respective genre (and in some cases, the template for said genre).
  2. TSPDT Poll: 1,005 Film Favourites's icon

    TSPDT Poll: 1,005 Film Favourites

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. "Thank you to everyone who participated and correctly submitted their ballots of 25 favourite films. In the end, that ended up being 1,983 of us. Overall, I was really impressed by the passion and knowledge for cinema that was evidenced in many of your responses. Also, from a personal perspective, thank you for bringing to my attention many films that I had never previously crossed paths with. A top 1,005 films listing was derived, encompassing all the films that registered nine votes or more. I really enjoyed putting this together, and I was genuinely intrigued by some of the films selected, as much by those that received one vote, as with some of those that received many votes. The top 1,005, in the end, is an eclectic amalgamation of mainstream, cult, arthouse, and classic cinema. It, of course, houses many of the usual suspects, but it is also populated by a sturdy number of curiosities. I think this list makes a worthwhile, crowd-pleasing companion to the 1,000 Greatest Films and 21st Century lists, and I'm sure you will be adding many of the films included to your watch lists." Bill Georgaris
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