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  1. BBC Culture's 'The 100 Greatest Comedies of All Time: Who Voted?' (All films)'s icon

    BBC Culture's 'The 100 Greatest Comedies of All Time: Who Voted?' (All films)

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. All films with at least one vote in the BBC Culture poll used to create their list of "100 Greatest Comedies of All Time". Not in IMDb: Lagos Na Wah!! Part 1 (Kehinde Soaga, 1994) [Number 5 in Aderinsola Ajao's list] Zawjati Min Al-Hippies ('My Wife Is a Hippy', Atef Salem, 1973) [Number 4 in Nour El Safoury's list] Toxic Shock (Vanessa Renwick, 1983) [Number 6 in Tara Judah's list] Saddle Sores (Vanalyne Green, 1999) [Number 7 in Tara Judah's list] Dear Lorde (Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby, 2015) [Number 8 in Tara Judah's list] Al-Maganeen fi Naaeem (Hassan al-Saify, 1962) [Number 9 in Chadi Zeneddine's list] Going over the alphabetical list of critics, Catherine Bray is the first one whose films had all been mentioned already by someone else.
  2. Mark Kermode: 50 films every film fan should watch's icon

    Mark Kermode: 50 films every film fan should watch

    Favs/dislikes: 8:0. "The UK’s best-known film critic, Mark Kermode offers up 50 personal viewing recommendations, from great classics to overlooked gems."
  3. BBC Culture's 'The 100 Greatest Foreign-Language films: Who Voted?' (All films)'s icon

    BBC Culture's 'The 100 Greatest Foreign-Language films: Who Voted?' (All films)

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. All films with at least one vote in the BBC Culture poll used to create their list of "100 Greatest Foreign-Language Films". Not in IMDb: Power (Ade Love, 1981) [Number 10 in Toni Kan's list] Going over the alphabetical list of critics, Luke Buckmaster is the first one whose films had all been mentioned already by someone else.
  4. BBC Culture's 'The 21st Century's 100 Greatest Films: Who Voted?' (All films)'s icon

    BBC Culture's 'The 21st Century's 100 Greatest Films: Who Voted?' (All films)

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. All films with at least one vote in the BBC Culture poll used to create their list of "100 Greatest Films" of the 21st Century. Carlos (Olivier Assayas, 2010) appears split into three episodes here. Che (Steven Soderbergh, 2008) appears split into two parts here. The omnibus film Ten Minutes Older: The Trumpet, corresponds to Adrian Martin's #2 pick, but he singled out only Víctor Erice's entry, "Lifeline." I am assuming "Alexandre Sokurov (Aleksandr Sokurov, 2015)" refers to Sokurov's Francofonia. Not in IMDb: Storia di una Donna Amata e di un Assassino Gentile (Luigi M. Faccini, 2009) [Number 6 in Adriano Aprà's list] A Letter to Nelson Mandela (Khalo Matabane, 2013) [Number 3 in Lindiwe Dovey's list] A Commuter’s Life (What a Life!) (Ernie Gehr, 2014) [Number 7 in Tom Gunning's list] Mosaik Mécanique (Norbert Pfaffenbichler, 2008) [Number 10 in Alexander Horwath's list] My Heart Beats Only for Her (Mohamed Soueid, 2009) [Number 7 in Rasha Salti's list] Going over the alphabetical list of critics, Eric Kohn is the first one whose films had all been mentioned already by someone else.
  5. BBC Culture's 'The 100 Greatest Films Directed by Women: Who Voted?' (All films)'s icon

    BBC Culture's 'The 100 Greatest Films Directed by Women: Who Voted?' (All films)

    Favs/dislikes: 5:0. All films with at least one vote in the BBC Culture poll used to create their list of "100 Greatest Films" directed by women. Olympia (Leni Riefenstahl, 1938) appears split into two parts here. Not in IMDb: #TheFourthSide (Uyoyou Adia, 2018) [Number 5 in Judith Audu's list] Half Value Life (Alka Sadat, 2008) [Number 1 in Azizuddin's list] When I Grow Up I Want to Be a Black Man (Jyoti Mistry, 2017) [Number 10 in Lindiwe Dovey's list] Acácio (Marilia Rocha, 2010) [Number 10 in Jacqueline Fowks's list] Mi Aporte (Sara Gómez, 1969) [Number 4 in Lili Hinstin's list] Invoking Justice (Deepa Dhanraj, 2011) [Number 9 in Meenakshi Shedde's list] Here, We Live (Mochizuki Yuko, 1962) [Number 10 in Washitani Hana's list] Anna (Linda Christanell, 1981) [Number 4 in Anna Zača's list] Going over the alphabetical list of critics, Ty Burr is the first one whose films had all been mentioned already by someone else.
  6. The Cinephiliacs's icon

    The Cinephiliacs

    Favs/dislikes: 2:0. Films discussed in the "Double Exposure" section of the Cinephiliacs podcast. Missing: Anne Charlotte Robertson's FIVE YEAR DIARY. (Episode 29). "Police Body Cameras and Evidentiary Videos" (Episode 83).
  7. Páginas de Cine, Volumen 1.'s icon

    Páginas de Cine, Volumen 1.

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. En progreso. Todas las películas mencionadas en el libro "Páginas de Cine, Volumen 1" de Luis Alberto Álvarez. In progress. All films mentioned in the book "Páginas de Cine, Volumen 1" by Luis Alberto Álvarez. Not in IMDb 01. Todos Somos Responsables (Manuel Busquets, 1975). 02. Bienvenida a Londres (María Emma Mejía/Carlos Mayolo, 1980). 03. Será por el Silencio (Regina Pérez/Juan Escobar, 1983). 04. Los Habitantes de la Noche (Víctor Gaviria, 1984). 05. Que Pase el Aserrador (Víctor Gaviria, 1985).
  8. Some Favourite Animated Shorts's icon

    Some Favourite Animated Shorts

    Favs/dislikes: 1:2. So I tried to come up, from the top of my head, with a Top 100 list of animated shorts, and fell a little, hmm... short. I restricted myself to adding at most 2 films/director. Missing: The Brother's McLeod short of the story of the recording of David Bowie's "Warszawa".
  9. The Faculty of Horror's icon

    The Faculty of Horror

    Favs/dislikes: 1:0. Films discussed in episodes of the Faculty of Horror podcast.
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    FFF02

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. Features and shorts watched at the 15th Foyle Film Festival, 2002.
  11. Sight and Sound's 'Forgotten Treasures of the Multiplex and Other Mainstream Marvels''s icon

    Sight and Sound's 'Forgotten Treasures of the Multiplex and Other Mainstream Marvels'

    Favs/dislikes: 0:0. “We’re curious to find out what films from the last 30 years (1981 to the end of 2010) might be regarded… as underrated. We’re looking for advocacy for films from the mainstream – for teen movies, rom-coms, horror flicks and other genre films that made a particular impact on you. We see this as not so much a ‘hidden gems’ or ‘guilty pleasures’ idea but rather a moment for reassessment of the critically overlooked or condescended to.”
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