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List of things that happened between SS3 and SS4’s release date

2020.09.24 14:33 PikaCommando List of things that happened between SS3 and SS4’s release date

So many things have happened in these past 9 years, in this incredibly long wait for Serious Sam 4. It’s hard to really gauge how long these years were since all of it felt like they went by in a flash now, which is why I’ve prepared a list of things that happened each month since SS3’s release until SS4’s release. Unfortunately, I don’t remember much of the significant ones so here are the ones that I do remember. Let’s take a trip down memory lane and see how much of these you remember too!

2011

(In case you forgot what 2011 was like, just watch this video.)
November 2011: Serious Sam 3 released. Also some stuff called Skyrim
December 2011: Fortnite announced

2012

January 2012: SOPA protests where big websites such as Wikipedia went offline to raise awareness on net neutrality and MegaUpload shut down
February 2012: Crusader Kings 2 released. KONY 2012 campaign started to raise awareness on Ugandan child soldiers
March 2012: Marauder Shields tried to save players from Mass Effect 3's ending(s)
April 2012: The Avengers premiered and people promptly forgot about KONY 2012. Google announced Google Glass and TellTale’s The Walking Dead game released
May 2012: Serious Sam 3: Legend of the Beast, Diablo 3, and Max Payne 3 all came out on the same day. Also, some game called Cyberpunk 2077 was announced
June 2012: Rest in peace, Mr. Trololo. Overly Attached Girlfriend meme was born. Also, some game named Slender
July 2012: Spiderman movie reboot, Sword Art Online anime, and Gangnam Style happened. The Dark Knight Rises gave rise to Baneposting.
August 2012: Darksiders 2 released. Behold the Potato Jesus. WELCOME TO THE RICE FIELDS MOTHERFUCKER, ‘john is kill’ went viral
September 2012: Grumpy Cat went viral. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive released, Borderlands 2 released
October 2012: Serious Sam 3: Jewel of the Nile released. Also some comic book called JoJo finally received a cartoon series adaptation
November 2012: Wii U released, Halo 4 marks the start of a new Halo trilogy and Evangelion 3.0 finally premiered
December 2012: According to the Mayan calendar, the world ended. Boardroom Suggestion comic went viral. Did I ever tell you what the definition of insanity is?

2013

January 2013: Surgeon Simulator 2013 went viral, Donte May Cry was released.. Vine started, THQ went bankrupt, and MEGA.nz launched. In this moment, I am euphoric
February 2013: Filthy Frank unleashed the Harlem Shake upon an innocent world, Pope Benedict resigned. Metal Gear Rising released, Aliens: Colonial Marines released. YOU SEE IVAN…
March 2013: Warframe released, Pope Francis became the new Pope, and Dragon Ball Z got a new movie after 17 years. Tomb Raider rebooted and Bioshock Infinite finally came out
April 2013: Boston Marathon Bombing happened, Attack on Titan anime stormed the world and Japan made a game that made people want to fuck boats
May 2013: Call of Duty: Ghosts shocked the world with dogs and advanced fish AI. Coldsteel the Hedgehog came into existence, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid manga started
June 2013: Serious Sam 4 announced and it’s coming next year! Also, some game called The Last of Us released, Ouya released, and Steam Trading Cards are a thing now
July 2013: Dota 2 and Rise of the Triad remake released. Pacific Rim premiered and Sharknado stormed the world
August 2013: PAYDAY 2 released. Show your papers, please. Ex-Capcom employee announced Mighty No.9
September 2013: Big Man Tyrone opened up shop. GTA V released for consoles, Shadow Warrior released. Steam Discussions was made to replace Steam Powered User Forums
October 2013: Serious Sam Origins announced and it’s coming later this year or early next year! Also, US government shut down and 8chan was created
November 2013: PS4 and XB1 released, Frozen premiered and people learned to let it go, Steam Reviews became a thing, and a Google+ account is now required to comment on Youtube
December 2013: No Man’s Sky announced, Uruguay became the first country in the world to legalize weed, Rick and Morty started airing

2014

January 2014: Flappy Bird released on Android, becoming a worldwide phenomenon and it made people 200% MAD
February 2014: Flappy Bird was discontinued, Robocop got a reboot, and Tom Jubert talked about working on some puzzle game with Croteam but who gives a shit
March 2014: Roman Ribaric assured fans that SS4 will come out later this year. Also some stuff called Ebola or something
April 2014: Serious Sam Revolution entered Early Access. Also, some stuff called Goat Simulator
May 2014: Serious Sam 3 was released on the PS3, as well as Wolfenstein: The New Order and Watch Dogs. Also, Unreal Tournament 4 announced
June 2014: The Talos Principle, Splatoon, and the Islamic State’s global caliphate announced. Trust nobody, not even yourself
July 2014: DashCon happened and everyone got an extra hour in the ball pit
August 2014: Nicki Minaj’s Anaconda violated our brains, so did GamerGate. Kojima and Guillermo del Toro revealed PT, Unreal Tournament 4 pre-alpha released. Also, some game called Five Nights at Freddy’s
September 2014: halfchan is kill, Super Smash Bros 4 Nintendo 3DS released, Destiny finally released
October 2014: John Wick premiered, Playing music when mama isn’t home went viral
November 2014: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare released and the Internet pressed F to pay respects, Halo: The Master Chief Collection for XB1 released, Super Smash Bros 4 Wii U released, Naruto finally ended
December 2014: The Talos Principle released but more importantly, the Nekopara visual novel released. Also The Pirate Bay is kill and Steam gifts are now region-locked

2015

January 2015: Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks happened, Captain America: Civil War memes went viral. GIMME GIMME CHICKEN TENDIES
February 2015: Ex-Rare employees announced Yooka-Laylee. What color is this dress?
March 2015: Bloodborne released, memes became deep-fried
April 2015: GTA V came to PC, Boob ribbon became a trend
May 2015: Black Mesa: Source finally released, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt saved PC gaming, Mad Max: Fury Road premiered, Ex-Konami employee announced Bloostained: Ritual of the Night, and Shia LeBouf tells you to JUST DO IT
June 2015: Serious Sam HD Extended Episode 1 released and Solais got hired by Croteam. Also, Shenmue 3 announced
July 2015: Road to Gehenna released, Doom 4 gameplay finally revealed to the public, Drakeposting became a thing, Ouya discontinued
August 2015: Dabbing became mainstream, Spiderman ass slap went viral, first known sighting of Apyr
September 2015: Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain released, Undertale released and plunged the world into darkness.
October 2015: Back to the Future day happened, Halo 5: Guardians released, Konami fired Hideo Kojima, “thicc” became mainstream online slang, One Punch Man received anime adaptation
November 2015: More Paris terrorist attacks but at least we got Need For Speed reboot, Star Wars Battlefront reboot, and Fallout 4. Guts finally got off the boat
December 2015: System Shock 3 announced, IT’S TIME TO STOP, Star Wars Episode 7 marked the start of a new Star Wars trilogy, 5/7 is now a form of rating, Rainbow Six: Siege released

2016

January 2016: Bombshell released. This is the ideal male body
February 2016: Leonardo diCaprio finally won an Oscar. Damn, Daniel!
March 2016: Oculus Rift released, Zootopia released and made some people discover new things about themselves, there’s also Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice but who cares
April 2016: HTC Vive released, here comes dat boi, Re:Zero received anime adaptation
May 2016: Pope Francis received a free copy of Undertale. Doom released, Blizzard’s first FPS released. China made a game that made people want to fuck guns. Rest in peace, Harambe
June 2016: Croteam announced that this E3 is gonna be serious!!! Oh wait, it’s just Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope. Also, Death Stranding announced and Mighty No.9 released
July 2016: Pokemon GO briefly brought back childhood joy for millions before being crushed by the depressing reality we live in, “don’t look at her, look into my eyes”, System Shock remake announced
August 2016: SeriousZone Discord server launched, No Man’s Sky released, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided released, “You vs The Guy She Told You Not to Worry About” and PPAP went viral, Picardia became the face of Anarcho-Capitalism
September 2016: TikTok launched, Persona 5 released, ideal gf ms paint
October 2016: Retrowave text became a fad. Duke Nukem 3D 20th Anniversary World Tour released, Shadow Warrior 2 released, Battlefield 1 released, TheLegend27 became an Internet legend
November 2016: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare released, Killing Floor 2 released, Final Fantasy XV finally released, Kizuna Ai changed the face of Japanese Youtube forever
December 2016: The Last Guardian finally released, 1000 degree hot knife videos went viral, “Wait, it’s all X?” astronauts went viral

2017

January 2017: Vine ended, Wii U discontinued, Virgin-Killer Sweater is born, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid received anime adaptation, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee graced the world with Despacito
February 2017: Halo Wars 2 released, For Honor released, Kemono Friends anime exploded in popularity, Distracted Boyfriend went viral
March 2017: Nintendo Switch released, Mass Effect Andromeda released, Club Penguin is kill
April 2017: Yooka-Laylee released, hey man you see that guy over there, United Airlines forcefully removed a passenger from the plane, fidget spinners went viral
May 2017: Vanquish is finally on PC, China made a game that made people want to fuck boats. Fyre Festival happened
June 2017: Virgin vs Chad took the internet by storm, another Spiderman movie reboot, stonks
July 2017: The Emoji Movie premiered, Unreal Tournament 4 received its last update, Fortnite: Save the World entered Early Access. 7Smoke Tennis 2017’s mapper list was finalized, split into Red/Blue teams, and began development
August 2017: Fanmade-turned-official-product Sonic Mania released, Pickle Rick September 2017: Hololive invaded Youtube, Fortnite: Battle Royale invaded gaming, TikTok invaded the world
October 2017: Shaggy mastered Ultra Instinct, McDonald’s brought back the Mulan Szechuan sauce for a day, Blade Runner 2049 premiered
November 2017: Sonic Forces you to play his game, first mass attempt of No Nut November, deepfakes became a thing
December 2017: VRChat became mainstream and consequently invaded by Ugandan Knuckles, Logan Paul filmed a dead guy in Japan, Despacito 2 confirmed by NASA. Okay, this is epic

2018

January 2018: Monster Hunter World released, Trumpet Boy went viral. The Gang Weeb Facebook page was created, letting the world know that we live in a society and that gamers should rise up
February 2018: First level of Serious Duke 3D released, Metal Gear Survive released, Change My Mind
March 2018: Devil May Cry HD Collection is finally available on PC, Gru’s 4-panel plan became a thing
April 2018: First look at Serious Sam 4 since its announcement in 2013. See you at E3! Also, Avengers: Infinity War premiered
May 2018: Birth of the 30-year old boomer, Beat Saber entered early access, Bongo Cat went viral, first known case of ligma
June 2018: The public did not see Croteam at E3. Also, Skyrim 2: Valenwood announced, people can finally pre-order Battletoads, Big Dick Energy joined the Internet lexicon, this is so sad alexa play despacito
July 2018: Croatia almost won the FIFA World Cup. Moths became a brief Internet sensation
August 2018: SeriousZone forums shuts down, chonk is now a net lingo OH LAWD HE COMIN
September 2018: Red Day: Episode One released. Spiderman PS4 released. Bowsette became a thing. Surprised Pikachu went viral. Hit or miss, I guess they never miss, huh?
October 2018: Megaman 11 released, Project Warlock released, Red Dead Redemption 2 released, Ricardo Milos saved the world from TikTok
November 2018: Fallout 76 released, Darksiders 3 released, Spyro Reignited Trilogy released, first bad Valve game released
December 2018: 7Smoke Tennis 2017 2018 Blue Edition released, Super Smash Bros Ultimate released, birth of the 20-year old coomer, Big Chungus. Gonna cry? Gonna piss your pants maybe? Maybe shit and cum?

2019

January 2019: Kingdom Hearts 3 finally released, “ok boomer” went viral
February 2019: Apex Legends released, buff hunks started typing on keyboards
March 2019: Microsoft announced Halo: The Master Chief Collection for PC, Devil May Cry 5 released
April 2019: PS5 announced, Avengers Endgame premiered and concluded the MCU, Google+ is kill
May 2019: “Women yelling at a cat” went viral, Spiderman version of “Me and the boys” went viral, RIP Grumpy Cat
June 2019: Facepunch is kill. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night released, new Samurai Shodown finally released. Project Scarlett XSeX announced. Bubble tea challenge and Area 51 raid went viral, Keanu Reeves confirmed for Cyberpunk 2077
July 2019: First-ever Fortnite World Cup. Earth Defense Force 5 released
August 2019: Serious Sam Revolution finally exits Early Access with Bright Island, 7Smoke Tennis 2018 Red Edition released. Yes Chad went viral. fullchan is kill
September 2019: Borderlands 3 released, Spyro Reignited Trilogy comes to PC, Day of the Area 51 raid
October 2019: Call of Duty: Mobile released, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare released, Earth Defense Force: Iron Rain released. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic finally ends. Joker released. Leader of Islamic State killed by US military.
November 2019: Death Stranding released, Shenmue 3 released
December 2019: Croteam uploads a video on Youtube telling us things are about to get serious next year. Also, someone ate a bat

2020

January 2020: Filipino volcanic eruption, Warcraft 3: Reforged released
February 2020: Sonic the Hedgehog movie adaptation premiered, Coffin Dancers went viral
March 2020: Doom Eternal and Half-Life Alyx released, someone made an 8-bit computer in The Talos Principle. Also, global quarantine or something
April 2020: Indonesian volcanic eruption, Final Fantasy 7 Remake released
May 2020: Croteam finally unveils gameplay of SS4, a classic returns in August 2020. Also, some protest against police brutality in America
June 2020: First June since 1995 without E3 convention. Valorant released, Persona 4 Golden finally released on PC, The Last of Us Part 2 finally released
July 2020: Serious Sam 4 appeared on the Devolver Direct for the first time but more importantly, PC gamers finally get to finish the fight for the first time
August 2020: A classic didn’t return in August 2020, Serious Sam 4 available for pre-order on GOG, Croteam revealed what the Popemobile was. Also, some protests against election fraud in Belarus
September 2020: A classic finally returns; go and buy Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 right now! Also some stuff called Serious Sam 4
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2020.09.24 02:09 JuanRiveara Reddit Chosen Oscars: 1993 Winners

Best Picture
1. Schindler’s List
2. Jurassic Park
3. Dazed and Confused
4. Three Colours: Blue
5. Groundhog Day
5. The Piano
7. The Nightmare Before Christmas
8. The Age of Innocence
9. The Fugitive
10. Philadelphia
Best Director
  1. Steven Spielberg for Schindler’s List
  2. Steven Spielberg for Jurassic Park
  3. Jane Campion for The Piano
  4. Robert Altman for Short Cuts
  5. Jonathan Demme for Philadelphia
Best Lead Actor
1. Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler in Schindler’s List
2. Tom Hanks as Andrew "Andy" Beckett in Philadelphia
3. Bill Murray as Phil Connors in Groundhog Day
3. David Thewlis as Johnny Fletcher in Naked
5. Daniel Day-Lewis as Gerry Conlon in In the Name of the Father
Best Lead Actress
  1. Holly Hunter as Ada McGrath in The Piano
  2. Juliette Binoche as Julie de Courcy in Three Colours: Blue
  3. Angela Bassett as Tina Turner in What’s Love Got to Do with It
  4. Michelle Pfeiffer as Ellen Olenska in The Age of Innocence
  5. Emma Thompson as Miss Sarah "Sally" Kenton in The Remains of the Day
Best Supporting Actor
  1. Ralph Fiennes as Amon Göth in Schindler’s List
  2. Leonard DiCaprio as Arnie Grape in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
  3. Ben Kingsley as Itzhak Stern in Schindler’s List
  4. Denzel Washington as Joe Miller in Philadelphia
  5. Tommy Lee Jones as Samuel Gerard in The Fugitive
Best Supporting Actress
1. Anna Paquin as Flora McGrath in The Piano
2. Laura Dern as Dr. Ellie Sattler in Jurassic Park
3. Darlene Cates as Bonnie Grape in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
3. Winona Ryder as May Welland in The Age of Innocence
5. Emma Thompson as Gareth Pierce in In the Name of the Father
Best Original Screenplay
  1. Groundhog Day
  2. Dazed and Confused
  3. The Piano
  4. Philadelphia
  5. True Romance
Best Adapted Screenplay
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Jurassic Park
  3. The Age of Innocence
  4. In the Name of the Father
  5. The Remains of the Day
Best Animated Film
  1. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
  3. The Thief and the Cobbler
Best Non-English Language Film
  1. Three Colours: Blue
  2. Farewell My Concubine
  3. Cronos
  4. The Wedding Banquet
  5. The Scent of Green Papaya
Best Documentary Film
  1. The War Room
  2. Blue
  3. The Last Bolshevik
  4. It’s All True
  5. Kanehsatake
Best Original Score
  1. Jurassic Park
  2. Schindler’s List
  3. The Piano
  4. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  5. Three Colours: Blue
Best Original Song
  1. "This is Halloween" from The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. "Streets of Philadelphia" from Philadelphia
  3. "What’s This" from The Nightmare Before Christmas
  4. "Philadelphia" from Philadelphia
  5. "Again" from Poetic Justice
Best Sound
1. Jurassic Park
2. Schindler’s List
3. The Nightmare Before Christmas
3. Three Colours: Blue
5. The Piano
6. The Fugitive
Best Production Design
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Jurassic Park
  3. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  4. The Age of Innocence
  5. Addams Family Values
Best Cinematography
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Jurassic Park
  3. Three Colours: Blue
  4. The Piano
  5. Farewell My Concubine
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
1. Mrs. Doubtfire
2. Philadelphia
2. Schindler’s List
4. The Age of Innocence
5. Hocus Pocus
Best Costume Design
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. The Age of Innocence
  3. The Piano
  4. Farewell My Concubine
  5. Orlando
Best Editing
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Groundhog Day
  3. Jurassic Park
  4. The Fugitive
  5. The Piano
Best Visual Effects
1. Jurassic Park
2. The Nightmare Before Christmas
3. Last Action Hero
4. Cronos
4. Free Willy
Best Voice Acting Performance
  1. Mark Hamill as The Joker in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
  2. Chris Sarandon and Danny Elfman as Jack Skellington in The Nightmare Before Christmas
  3. Catherine O’Hara as Sally in The Nightmare Before Christmas
  4. Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne/Batman in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
  5. Dana Delany as Andrea Beaumont/The Phantasm in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Best Directorial Debut
  1. Henry Selick for The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. Guillermo del Toro for Cronos
  3. Robert De Niro for A Bronx Tale
  4. Albert Hughes and Allen Hughes for Menace II Society
  5. Steven Zaillian for Searching for Bobby Fisher
Best Ensemble Cast
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Dazed and Confused
  3. Jurassic Park
  4. Short Cuts
  5. The Joy Luck Club
  6. The Age of Innocence
Best Choreography, Stunts or Dance
  1. Jurassic Park
  2. The Fugitive
  3. Robin Hood: Men in Tights
  4. Last Action Hero
  5. Tombstone
Best Soundtrack
  1. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. Dazed and Confused
  3. Philadelphia
  4. What’s Love Got to Do with It
  5. Last Action Hero
Best Non-English Language Performance
  1. Juliette Binoche as Julie de Courcy in Three Colours: Blue
  2. Gong Li as Juxian in Farewell My Concubine
  3. Federico Luppi as Jesús Gris in Cronos
  4. Winston Chao as Wai-Tung Gao in The Wedding Banquet
  5. Leslie Cheung as Xiaodouzi in Farewell My Concubine
Preferential ballot for this year
Full charts for all the categories
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2020.09.24 02:00 JuanRiveara Reddit Chosen Oscars: 1993 Winners

Best Picture
1. Schindler’s List
2. Jurassic Park
3. Dazed and Confused
4. Three Colours: Blue
5. Groundhog Day
5. The Piano
7. The Nightmare Before Christmas
8. The Age of Innocence
9. The Fugitive
10. Philadelphia
Best Director
  1. Steven Spielberg for Schindler’s List
  2. Steven Spielberg for Jurassic Park
  3. Jane Campion for The Piano
  4. Robert Altman for Short Cuts
  5. Jonathan Demme for Philadelphia
Best Lead Actor
1. Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler in Schindler’s List
2. Tom Hanks as Andrew "Andy" Beckett in Philadelphia
3. Bill Murray as Phil Connors in Groundhog Day
3. David Thewlis as Johnny Fletcher in Naked
5. Daniel Day-Lewis as Gerry Conlon in In the Name of the Father
Best Lead Actress
  1. Holly Hunter as Ada McGrath in The Piano
  2. Juliette Binoche as Julie de Courcy in Three Colours: Blue
  3. Angela Bassett as Tina Turner in What’s Love Got to Do with It
  4. Michelle Pfeiffer as Ellen Olenska in The Age of Innocence
  5. Emma Thompson as Miss Sarah "Sally" Kenton in The Remains of the Day
Best Supporting Actor
  1. Ralph Fiennes as Amon Göth in Schindler’s List
  2. Leonard DiCaprio as Arnie Grape in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
  3. Ben Kingsley as Itzhak Stern in Schindler’s List
  4. Denzel Washington as Joe Miller in Philadelphia
  5. Tommy Lee Jones as Samuel Gerard in The Fugitive
Best Supporting Actress
1. Anna Paquin as Flora McGrath in The Piano
2. Laura Dern as Dr. Ellie Sattler in Jurassic Park
3. Darlene Cates as Bonnie Grape in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
3. Winona Ryder as May Welland in The Age of Innocence
5. Emma Thompson as Gareth Pierce in In the Name of the Father
Best Original Screenplay
  1. Groundhog Day
  2. Dazed and Confused
  3. The Piano
  4. Philadelphia
  5. True Romance
Best Adapted Screenplay
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Jurassic Park
  3. The Age of Innocence
  4. In the Name of the Father
  5. The Remains of the Day
Best Animated Film
  1. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
  3. The Thief and the Cobbler
Best Non-English Language Film
  1. Three Colours: Blue
  2. Farewell My Concubine
  3. Cronos
  4. The Wedding Banquet
  5. The Scent of Green Papaya
Best Documentary Film
  1. The War Room
  2. Blue
  3. The Last Bolshevik
  4. It’s All True
  5. Kanehsatake
Best Original Score
  1. Jurassic Park
  2. Schindler’s List
  3. The Piano
  4. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  5. Three Colours: Blue
Best Original Song
  1. "This is Halloween" from The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. "Streets of Philadelphia" from Philadelphia
  3. "What’s This" from The Nightmare Before Christmas
  4. "Philadelphia" from Philadelphia
  5. "Again" from Poetic Justice
Best Sound
1. Jurassic Park
2. Schindler’s List
3. The Nightmare Before Christmas
3. Three Colours: Blue
5. The Piano
6. The Fugitive
Best Production Design
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Jurassic Park
  3. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  4. The Age of Innocence
  5. Addams Family Values
Best Cinematography
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Jurassic Park
  3. Three Colours: Blue
  4. The Piano
  5. Farewell My Concubine
Best Makeup and Hairstyling
1. Mrs. Doubtfire
2. Philadelphia
2. Schindler’s List
4. The Age of Innocence
5. Hocus Pocus
Best Costume Design
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. The Age of Innocence
  3. The Piano
  4. Farewell My Concubine
  5. Orlando
Best Editing
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Groundhog Day
  3. Jurassic Park
  4. The Fugitive
  5. The Piano
Best Visual Effects
1. Jurassic Park
2. The Nightmare Before Christmas
3. Last Action Hero
4. Cronos
4. Free Willy
Best Voice Acting Performance
  1. Mark Hamill as The Joker in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
  2. Chris Sarandon and Danny Elfman as Jack Skellington in The Nightmare Before Christmas
  3. Catherine O’Hara as Sally in The Nightmare Before Christmas
  4. Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne/Batman in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
  5. Dana Delany as Andrea Beaumont/The Phantasm in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Best Directorial Debut
  1. Henry Selick for The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. Guillermo del Toro for Cronos
  3. Robert De Niro for A Bronx Tale
  4. Albert Hughes and Allen Hughes for Menace II Society
  5. Steven Zaillian for Searching for Bobby Fisher
Best Ensemble Cast
  1. Schindler’s List
  2. Dazed and Confused
  3. Jurassic Park
  4. Short Cuts
  5. The Joy Luck Club
  6. The Age of Innocence
Best Choreography, Stunts or Dance
  1. Jurassic Park
  2. The Fugitive
  3. Robin Hood: Men in Tights
  4. Last Action Hero
  5. Tombstone
Best Soundtrack
  1. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  2. Dazed and Confused
  3. Philadelphia
  4. What’s Love Got to Do with It
  5. Last Action Hero
Best Non-English Language Performance
  1. Juliette Binoche as Julie de Courcy in Three Colours: Blue
  2. Gong Li as Juxian in Farewell My Concubine
  3. Federico Luppi as Jesús Gris in Cronos
  4. Winston Chao as Wai-Tung Gao in The Wedding Banquet
  5. Leslie Cheung as Xiaodouzi in Farewell My Concubine
Preferential ballot for this year
Full charts for all the categories
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2020.09.22 16:16 ReelStats These are the statistical top 500 movies of all time, according to 23 different websites

Hey everyone, great to be back again. Some of you might remember a similar title from a post I made back in April, where I made a list of the top 250 movies with 13 sources, or a preview of this list I made last month.
I want to emphasize that this is NOT an official ranking nor my personal ranking; it is just a statistical and, personally, interesting look at 500 amazing movies. These rankings reflect the opinions of thousands of critics and millions of people around the world. And I am glad that this list is able to cover a wide range of genres, decades, and countries. So before I get bombarded with "Why isn't X on here?" or "How is X above Y?" comments, I wanted to clear that up.
I sourced my data from Sight & Sound (both critic and director lists), TSPDT, iCheckMovies, 11 domestic websites (Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, IMDb, Letterboxd, TMDb, Trakt, Blu-Ray, MovieLens, RateYourMusic, Criticker, and Critics Choice), and 9 international audience sites (FilmAffinity, Douban, Naver, MUBI, Filmweb, Kinopoisk, CSFD, Moviemeter, and Senscritique). This balance of domestic/international ratings made the list more well-rounded and internationally representative (sites from Spain, China, Korea, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic, Netherlands, and France).
As for my algorithm, I weighted websites according to both their Alexa ranking and their number of votes compared to other sites. For example, since The Godfather has hundreds of thousands of votes on Letterboxd but only a couple thousand on Metacritic, Letterboxd would be weighted more heavily. After obtaining the weighted averages, I then added the movie's iCheckMovies' favs/checks ratio and TSPDT ranking, if applicable. Regarding TSPDT, I included the top 2000 movies; as an example of my calculations, Rear Window's ranking of #41 would add (2000-41)/2000=0.9795 points to its weighted average. I removed movies that had <7-8K votes on IMDb, as these mostly had low ratings and numbers of votes across different sites as well. For both Sight & Sound lists, I added between 0.5 and 1 point to a movie's score based on its ranking, which I thought was an adequate reflection of how difficult it is to be included on these lists. As examples, a #21 movie would have 0.9 points added while a #63 would have 0.69 points.
So without further ado, the statistical top 500 movies ever made. I separated the scores into overall, critics, domestic, and international columns to make comparisons easier. This list on Letterboxd.
Ranking Title Overall Score Critics Domestic International Year Director
1 The Godfather 93.89 97.73 90.50 89.36 1972 Francis Ford Coppola
2 The Godfather: Part II 91.93 93.30 89.04 88.06 1974 Francis Ford Coppola
3 Seven Samurai 91.05 97.38 87.63 85.90 1954 Akira Kurosawa
4 12 Angry Men 90.45 95.45 88.74 88.62 1957 Sidney Lumet
5 City Lights 89.94 96.75 85.67 85.93 1931 Charlie Chaplin
6 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 89.45 91.20 87.81 86.59 1966 Sergio Leone
7 The Shawshank Redemption 89.41 82.95 89.49 89.18 1994 Frank Darabont
8 Psycho 89.29 95.23 85.70 85.01 1960 Alfred Hitchcock
9 Modern Times 89.28 95.55 85.21 85.37 1936 Charlie Chaplin
10 Schindler's List 89.08 93.80 87.22 87.29 1993 Steven Spielberg
11 Pulp Fiction 88.85 92.60 87.69 86.42 1994 Quentin Tarantino
12 Rear Window 88.63 97.65 85.40 83.33 1954 Alfred Hitchcock
13 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 88.55 87.38 86.28 86.97 1975 Miloš Forman
14 Apocalypse Now 88.54 93.85 85.24 83.48 1979 Francis Ford Coppola
15 Tokyo Story 88.49 98.30 85.16 83.76 1953 Yasujirō Ozu
16 Spirited Away 88.34 93.78 86.80 85.91 2001 Hayao Miyazaki
17 GoodFellas 88.03 91.48 87.00 84.03 1990 Martin Scorsese
18 Vertigo 88.02 95.60 84.05 82.76 1958 Alfred Hitchcock
19 Singin' in the Rain 88.01 97.65 83.95 83.13 1952 Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen
20 Sunset Boulevard 88.00 95.45 85.44 84.22 1950 Billy Wilder
21 Citizen Kane 87.83 99.03 83.06 82.22 1941 Orson Welles
22 Harakiri 87.79 85.83 88.00 86.29 1962 Masaki Kobayashi
23 Rashomon 87.74 96.55 83.52 82.73 1950 Akira Kurosawa
24 Once Upon a Time in the West 87.71 86.65 85.48 84.62 1968 Sergio Leone
25 Fanny and Alexander 87.54 97.30 83.15 83.00 1982 Ingmar Bergman
26 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 87.40 92.59 86.06 85.38 2003 Peter Jackson
27 Andrei Rublev 87.39 91.90 83.80 83.94 1966 Andrei Tarkovsky
28 The Passion of Joan of Arc 87.39 94.65 83.88 83.57 1928 Carl Theodor Dreyer
29 Sherlock Jr. 87.36 96.45 83.64 85.60 1924 Buster Keaton
30 Bicycle Thieves 87.35 94.70 83.91 83.46 1948 Vittorio De Sica
31 Casablanca 87.35 98.00 85.25 82.62 1942 Michael Curtiz
32 Some Like It Hot 87.28 95.30 82.11 83.73 1959 Billy Wilder
33 Persona 87.22 88.20 84.28 83.07 1966 Ingmar Bergman
34 Children of Paradise 87.21 95.33 84.81 83.27 1945 Marcel Carné
35 Taxi Driver 87.14 93.88 83.60 82.06 1976 Martin Scorsese
36 The Dark Knight 87.08 88.81 86.96 84.80 2008 Christopher Nolan
37 Metropolis 87.03 96.00 82.92 84.01 1927 Fritz Lang
38 Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans 87.02 93.95 82.23 84.02 1927 F. W. Murnau
39 Stalker 87.02 92.30 83.86 83.29 1979 Andrei Tarkovsky
40 Pather Panchali 86.96 94.35 84.40 82.80 1955 Satyajit Ray
41 Lawrence of Arabia 86.95 97.65 83.76 81.49 1962 David Lean
42 M 86.91 96.20 84.34 82.92 1931 Fritz Lang
43 Ordet 86.82 98.10 83.08 82.55 1955 Carl Theodor Dreyer
44 It's a Wonderful Life 86.77 90.45 85.17 84.90 1946 Frank Capra
45 Satantango 86.76 90.45 84.58 84.21 1994 Béla Tarr
46 Parasite 86.72 96.34 86.55 83.15 2019 Bong Joon-ho
47 The 400 Blows 86.70 96.70 83.14 82.60 1959 François Truffaut
48 Ikiru 86.56 93.80 85.48 84.29 1952 Akira Kurosawa
49 Mirror 86.50 95.60 82.75 82.34 1975 Andrei Tarkovsky
50 Come and See 86.50 90.50 85.22 83.13 1985 Elem Klimov
51 The Apartment 86.48 92.00 84.09 82.99 1960 Billy Wilder
52 The General 86.45 91.45 82.59 83.87 1926 Buster Keaton, Clyde Bruckman
53 Grave of the Fireflies 86.43 95.13 85.85 82.97 1988 Isao Takahata
54 Le Trou 86.41 89.95 85.46 85.14 1960 Jacques Becker
55 The Battle of Algiers 86.37 95.40 82.64 81.24 1966 Gillo Pontecorvo
56 A Man Escaped 86.34 96.50 83.67 82.03 1956 Robert Bresson
57 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb 86.34 95.85 84.37 83.03 1964 Stanley Kubrick
58 Paths of Glory 86.25 92.30 84.97 84.48 1957 Stanley Kubrick
59 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 86.24 88.75 85.61 84.31 2001 Peter Jackson
60 All About Eve 86.23 96.95 83.69 83.20 1950 Joseph L. Mankiewicz
61 Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 86.21 86.93 87.05 83.29 1980 Irvin Kershner
62 High and Low 86.16 86.55 86.08 84.26 1963 Akira Kurosawa
63 The Great Dictator 86.15 91.10 84.25 85.03 1940 Charlie Chaplin
64 The Silence of the Lambs 86.12 88.68 85.29 84.17 1991 Jonathan Demme
65 2001: A Space Odyssey 86.06 88.35 82.93 81.54 1968 Stanley Kubrick
66 North by Northwest 86.03 96.38 83.17 81.74 1959 Alfred Hitchcock
67 Double Indemnity 85.91 94.38 83.84 83.12 1944 Billy Wilder
68 Ugetsu 85.91 97.25 82.69 81.91 1953 Kenji Mizoguchi
69 Woman in the Dunes 85.91 93.95 84.71 83.77 1964 Hiroshi Teshigahara
70 Sansho the Bailiff 85.88 95.50 84.24 82.21 1954 Kenji Mizoguchi
71 Once Upon a Time in America 85.87 86.10 83.84 85.53 1984 Sergio Leone
72 City of God 85.86 84.08 86.39 84.00 2002 Fernando Meirelles, Kátia Lund
73 Late Spring 85.81 94.75 83.74 82.27 1949 Yasujirō Ozu
74 Barry Lyndon 85.80 87.95 82.44 82.30 1975 Stanley Kubrick
75 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 85.78 88.78 85.00 84.29 2002 Peter Jackson
76 Raging Bull 85.77 90.48 82.01 81.80 1980 Martin Scorsese
77 Chinatown 85.72 94.08 83.32 80.69 1974 Roman Polanski
78 Alien 85.69 91.73 84.76 82.62 1979 Ridley Scott
79 Ran 85.68 94.70 83.93 82.52 1985 Akira Kurosawa
80 The Seventh Seal 85.67 92.10 83.52 82.13 1957 Ingmar Bergman
81 The Kid 85.61 92.85 82.91 84.94 1921 Charlie Chaplin
82 Wild Strawberries 85.51 90.05 83.38 82.24 1957 Ingmar Bergman
83 A Brighter Summer Day 85.50 93.38 84.07 81.01 1991 Edward Yang
84 85.48 91.20 82.59 81.09 1963 Federico Fellini
85 The Pianist 85.38 88.69 83.31 84.80 2002 Roman Polanski
86 The World of Apu 85.38 93.20 84.38 83.09 1959 Satyajit Ray
87 La Dolce Vita 85.37 94.38 81.40 80.48 1960 Federico Fellini
88 Star Wars 85.33 90.03 85.22 81.92 1977 George Lucas
89 The Best of Youth 85.31 88.78 85.31 83.64 2003 Marco Tullio Giordana
90 The Gold Rush 85.29 94.55 81.93 83.59 1925 Charlie Chaplin
91 The Third Man 85.26 96.50 82.91 80.21 1949 Carol Reed
92 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 85.20 96.68 82.77 81.81 1948 John Huston
93 I Am Cuba 85.18 93.60 82.00 83.44 1964 Mikhail Kalatozov
94 The Lives of Others 85.14 89.03 84.12 82.73 2006 Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
95 Witness for the Prosecution 85.13 92.65 83.67 84.99 1957 Billy Wilder
96 Touch of Evil 85.11 95.70 81.36 79.65 1958 Orson Welles
97 WALL-E 85.10 92.09 82.82 82.64 2008 Andrew Stanton
98 Scenes from a Marriage 85.02 86.85 84.80 83.06 1974 Ingmar Bergman
99 To Be or Not to Be 84.99 89.58 82.52 83.39 1942 Ernst Lubitsch
100 A Separation 84.92 94.24 83.34 80.90 2011 Asghar Farhadi
101 The Night of the Hunter 84.91 96.93 81.17 79.06 1955 Charles Laughton
102 Three Colors: Red 84.87 96.78 83.32 80.78 1994 Krzysztof Kieślowski
103 Yojimbo 84.87 91.55 83.85 82.99 1961 Akira Kurosawa
104 Back to the Future 84.85 89.38 84.47 81.94 1985 Robert Zemeckis
105 My Neighbor Totoro 84.84 87.53 83.44 83.17 1988 Hayao Miyazaki
106 In the Mood for Love 84.84 83.87 82.55 81.20 2000 Wong Kar-wai
107 Princess Mononoke 84.83 81.18 85.02 84.24 1999 Hayao Miyazaki
108 Saving Private Ryan 84.82 90.35 83.94 82.50 1998 Steven Spielberg
109 Cinema Paradiso 84.78 82.30 84.73 83.43 1988 Giuseppe Tornatore
110 La Jetée 84.75 89.25 83.27 81.80 1962 Chris Marker
111 The Wages of Fear 84.71 94.60 82.99 82.80 1953 Henri-Georges Clouzot
112 Das Boot 84.68 90.13 83.62 82.71 1981 Wolfgang Petersen
113 Fight Club 84.65 71.18 86.39 84.95 1999 David Fincher
114 Nights of Cabiria 84.64 92.25 82.72 83.13 1957 Federico Fellini
115 La Strada 84.61 92.60 80.79 82.78 1954 Federico Fellini
116 Amadeus 84.53 89.55 82.88 82.59 1984 Miloš Forman
117 Forrest Gump 84.50 76.90 83.06 86.12 1994 Robert Zemeckis
118 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 84.49 90.41 85.03 81.69 2018 Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Bob Persichetti
119 The Lion King 84.45 88.28 77.22 84.09 1994 Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers
120 Inception 84.43 82.07 84.18 84.17 2010 Christopher Nolan
121 Whiplash 84.42 89.53 84.87 81.96 2014 Damien Chazelle
122 The Shop Around the Corner 84.40 94.43 80.85 82.37 1940 Ernst Lubitsch
123 Rififi 84.38 92.00 83.03 81.58 1955 Jules Dassin
124 Umberto D. 84.38 92.63 82.20 81.75 1952 Vittorio De Sica
125 Army of Shadows 84.37 95.30 82.98 80.50 1969 Jean-Pierre Melville
126 Blade Runner 84.34 85.85 82.57 80.29 1982 Ridley Scott
127 Samurai Rebellion 84.33 89.05 82.85 83.84 1967 Masaki Kobayashi
128 Close-Up 84.31 85.70 81.99 80.69 1990 Abbas Kiarostami
129 The Circus 84.29 90.35 81.69 83.14 1928 Charlie Chaplin
130 Raiders of the Lost Ark 84.19 89.33 84.31 80.57 1981 Steven Spielberg
131 Grand Illusion 84.18 95.35 81.85 79.78 1937 Jean Renoir
132 A Clockwork Orange 84.18 82.78 82.37 82.51 1971 Stanley Kubrick
133 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 84.07 89.37 83.36 80.57 2004 Michel Gondry
134 A Woman Under the Influence 84.01 87.40 82.51 80.40 1974 John Cassavetes
135 The Cranes Are Flying 84.00 89.30 82.76 82.40 1957 Mikhail Kalatozov
136 Yi Yi 83.91 91.25 82.48 79.64 2000 Edward Yang
137 To Kill a Mockingbird 83.91 89.13 81.98 82.20 1962 Robert Mulligan
138 The Matrix 83.90 77.78 84.54 83.06 1999 Wachowski Sisters
139 The Sting 83.90 85.73 82.71 83.36 1973 George Roy Hill
140 The Mother and the Whore 83.87 94.55 81.24 79.82 1973 Jean Eustache
141 Se7en 83.86 72.15 84.91 84.48 1995 David Fincher
142 Early Summer 83.85 94.45 82.19 82.01 1951 Yasujirō Ozu
143 Werckmeister Harmonies 83.80 91.73 80.89 81.93 2000 Béla Tarr, Ágnes Hranitzky
144 Coco 83.80 86.21 82.73 83.66 2017 Adrian Molina, Lee Unkrich
145 Toy Story 83.76 95.03 82.30 80.15 1995 John Lasseter
146 It Happened One Night 83.76 90.83 81.46 81.76 1934 Frank Capra
147 Reservoir Dogs 83.74 84.68 83.12 81.99 1992 Quentin Tarantino
148 Unforgiven 83.73 88.55 82.24 81.59 1992 Clint Eastwood
149 The Deer Hunter 83.73 87.68 80.57 82.06 1978 Michael Cimino
150 The Young and the Damned 83.72 87.10 82.58 80.82 1950 Luis Buñuel
151 The Best Years of Our Lives 83.68 92.63 81.19 81.20 1946 William Wyler
152 The Leopard 83.66 97.30 79.56 79.57 1963 Luchino Visconti
153 Time of the Gypsies 83.65 86.05 83.31 82.29 1988 Emir Kusturica
154 Ali: Fear Eats the Soul 83.61 96.70 80.51 79.97 1974 Rainer Werner Fassbinder
155 Raise the Red Lantern 83.57 90.25 82.37 81.81 1991 Zhang Yimou
156 Terminator 2: Judgment Day 83.57 82.00 84.11 81.83 1991 James Cameron
157 The Shining 83.55 75.35 84.08 81.80 1980 Stanley Kubrick
158 Viridiana 83.54 92.95 80.68 80.81 1961 Luis Buñuel
159 Portrait of a Lady on Fire 83.52 93.59 83.08 80.02 2019 Céline Sciamma
160 Greed 83.51 97.05 80.65 80.64 1924 Erich von Stroheim
161 Gone with the Wind 83.48 92.90 80.01 81.68 1939 Victor Fleming
162 There Will Be Blood 83.48 89.65 81.91 79.02 2007 Paul Thomas Anderson
163 L.A. Confidential 83.46 91.63 82.08 80.81 1997 Curtis Hanson
164 Paris, Texas 83.46 83.95 82.89 81.66 1984 Wim Wenders
165 Throne of Blood 83.45 91.30 82.18 81.49 1957 Akira Kurosawa
166 Toy Story 3 83.43 93.55 81.61 80.32 2010 Lee Unkrich
167 Memento 83.43 85.20 83.78 80.76 2000 Christopher Nolan
168 On the Waterfront 83.37 93.00 82.23 79.52 1954 Elia Kazan
169 Trip to the Moon 83.37 94.70 79.96 82.83 1902 Georges Méliès
170 The Rules of the Game 83.33 96.55 80.45 78.02 1939 Jean Renoir
171 Red Beard 83.32 74.15 83.41 83.27 1965 Akira Kurosawa
172 The Grapes of Wrath 83.32 95.45 80.42 80.34 1940 John Ford
173 Au Hasard Balthazar 83.29 98.08 77.93 77.54 1966 Robert Bresson
174 Autumn Sonata 83.29 84.85 83.09 82.66 1978 Ingmar Bergman
175 Annie Hall 83.28 93.18 80.58 80.58 1977 Woody Allen
176 The Conformist 83.27 96.68 79.92 78.58 1970 Bernardo Bertolucci
177 Rocco and His Brothers 83.24 84.73 81.95 81.68 1960 Luchino Visconti
178 Dersu Uzala 83.23 74.75 82.35 83.37 1975 Akira Kurosawa
179 Cool Hand Luke 83.21 93.05 82.22 79.83 1967 Stuart Rosenberg
180 Monty Python and the Holy Grail 83.18 91.98 82.96 79.30 1975 Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones
181 Le Samouraï 83.18 92.35 82.45 79.40 1967 Jean-Pierre Melville
182 Aliens 83.18 88.73 83.29 79.61 1986 James Cameron
183 PlayTime 83.16 93.50 80.22 78.80 1967 Jacques Tati
184 The Bridge on the River Kwai 83.14 90.58 81.93 80.24 1957 David Lean
185 The Red Shoes 83.13 93.15 82.82 79.96 1948 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
186 American Beauty 83.10 87.15 81.93 81.13 1999 Sam Mendes
187 To Live 83.10 84.00 82.16 82.46 1994 Zhang Yimou
188 Battleship Potemkin 83.10 95.85 77.81 80.41 1925 Sergei Eisenstein
189 Day of Wrath 83.09 93.40 81.07 81.29 1943 Carl Theodor Dreyer
190 All Quiet on the Western Front 83.07 92.85 80.05 81.48 1930 Lewis Milestone
191 It's Such a Beautiful Day 83.07 91.25 83.62 79.77 2012 Don Hertzfeldt
192 Full Metal Jacket 83.06 81.53 82.21 82.54 1987 Stanley Kubrick
193 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 83.05 96.40 79.84 81.83 1920 Robert Wiene
194 Kes 83.03 97.80 79.59 80.55 1969 Ken Loach
195 The Usual Suspects 83.02 80.23 84.08 81.48 1995 Bryan Singer
196 The Cameraman 83.00 93.90 80.77 81.57 1928 Edward Segdwick, Buster Keaton
197 Aparajito 83.00 90.90 81.81 81.20 1956 Satyajit Ray
198 The Elephant Man 83.00 83.00 82.10 81.87 1980 David Lynch
199 Rebecca 82.98 90.08 81.08 80.93 1940 Alfred Hitchcock
200 Make Way for Tomorrow 82.97 95.80 81.72 80.14 1937 Leo McCarey
201 The Great Escape 82.97 87.68 82.29 80.66 1963 John Sturges
202 Your Name 82.97 84.55 84.07 81.29 2016 Makoto Shinkai
203 Limelight 82.92 88.00 79.85 83.02 1952 Charlie Chaplin
204 Breathless 82.92 91.95 78.88 79.10 1960 Jean-Luc Godard
205 Underground 82.91 80.75 81.26 82.64 1995 Emir Kusturica
206 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 82.88 91.90 81.08 79.53 1962 John Ford
207 Aguirre: The Wrath of God 82.87 94.55 80.46 78.62 1972 Werner Herzog
208 Oldboy 82.86 78.98 84.00 81.27 2003 Park Chan-wook
209 Up 82.84 90.28 81.32 80.86 2009 Pete Docter
210 Anatomy of a Murder 82.84 94.00 80.57 80.02 1959 Otto Preminger
211 The Wild Bunch 82.84 90.35 79.45 80.12 1969 Sam Peckinpah
212 The Hunt 82.75 82.08 82.79 82.62 2012 Thomas Vinterberg
213 Il Sorpasso 82.74 95.75 82.84 79.57 1962 Dino Risi
214 The Last Laugh 82.74 95.25 79.47 81.61 1924 F. W. Murnau
215 A Streetcar Named Desire 82.73 94.60 79.89 80.26 1951 Elia Kazan
216 Life Is Beautiful 82.73 68.45 83.60 85.57 1997 Roberto Benigni
217 A Short Film About Love 82.71 87.10 81.90 81.89 1988 Krzysztof Kieślowski
218 The Shop on Main Street 82.71 94.45 82.15 80.43 1965 Ján Kadár, Elmar Klos
219 Rio Bravo 82.71 92.10 80.46 79.80 1959 Howard Hawks
220 Roman Holiday 82.70 84.55 80.74 82.42 1953 William Wyler
221 Ivan's Childhood 82.69 94.80 81.25 80.37 1962 Andrei Tarkovsky
222 The Exterminating Angel 82.68 91.10 81.66 80.17 1962 Luis Buñuel
223 Trainspotting 82.68 85.20 81.57 81.21 1996 Danny Boyle
224 The Last Picture Show 82.67 94.15 79.90 79.56 1971 Peter Bogdanovich
225 The Truman Show 82.64 89.63 79.70 82.15 1998 Peter Weir
226 Memories of Murder 82.64 82.88 82.68 80.94 2003 Bong Joon-ho
227 Faust 82.62 89.70 80.23 81.94 1926 F. W. Murnau
228 Sans Soleil 82.62 83.90 79.45 80.51 1983 Chris Marker
229 Song of the Sea 82.57 87.63 80.59 82.23 2014 Tomm Moore
230 Léon: The Professional 82.55 67.38 84.05 84.07 1994 Luc Besson
231 Fargo 82.54 87.45 82.36 79.19 1996 Coen Brothers
232 Solaris 82.54 89.95 80.91 79.69 1972 Andrei Tarkovsky
233 Sweet Smell of Success 82.52 96.53 80.81 77.62 1957 Alexander Mackendrick
234 For a Few Dollars More 82.52 79.28 82.38 83.15 1965 Sergio Leone
235 White Heat 82.51 90.65 80.77 81.24 1949 Raoul Walsh
236 Brief Encounter 82.50 88.35 80.81 81.03 1945 David Lean
237 Wings of Desire 82.49 85.70 81.30 80.42 1987 Wim Wenders
238 Diabolique 82.47 90.70 81.27 80.73 1955 Henri-Georges Clouzot
239 An Autumn Afternoon 82.45 91.95 81.68 79.85 1962 Yasujirō Ozu
240 The Tale of the Princess Kaguya 82.44 90.63 81.16 80.43 2013 Isao Takahata
241 Amarcord 82.41 85.95 79.26 80.73 1973 Federico Fellini
242 Heat 82.40 79.08 82.03 81.73 1995 Michael Mann
243 L'Atalante 82.40 95.60 78.32 78.10 1934 Jean Vigo
244 Django Unchained 82.39 83.44 82.23 81.94 2012 Quentin Tarantino
245 Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels 82.38 95.50 78.73 79.69 1975 Chantal Akerman
246 Kind Hearts and Coronets 82.38 95.60 80.80 79.72 1949 Robert Hamer
247 Dog Day Afternoon 82.37 88.40 81.11 79.80 1975 Sidney Lumet
248 Forbidden Games 82.37 93.75 80.36 80.99 1952 René Clément
249 The Crowd 82.35 93.35 79.21 81.23 1928 King Vidor
250 Notorious 82.35 96.78 79.96 78.21 1946 Alfred Hitchcock
251 Mary and Max 82.35 88.05 80.95 82.42 2009 Adam Elliot
252 Persepolis 82.34 88.95 80.09 80.77 2007 Marjane Satrapi, Vincent Paronnaud
253 Howl's Moving Castle 82.33 78.71 82.63 83.10 2004 Hayao Miyazaki
254 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind 82.33 85.10 81.54 82.03 1984 Hayao Miyazaki
255 Safety Last! 82.33 92.25 80.95 81.10 1923 Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
256 Rosemary's Baby 82.32 94.78 79.99 78.69 1968 Roman Polanski
257 L'Avventura 82.32 92.10 79.08 78.03 1960 Michelangelo Antonioni
258 The Searchers 82.32 93.90 78.16 76.66 1956 John Ford
259 La Haine 82.30 90.60 82.38 79.56 1995 Mathieu Kassovitz
260 Three Colors: Blue 82.30 88.28 81.55 79.23 1993 Krzysztof Kieślowski
261 Chungking Express 82.30 79.95 82.29 80.73 1994 Wong Kar-wai
262 Inside Out 82.29 93.66 80.27 79.85 2015 Pete Docter
263 Where is the Friend's Home? 82.28 89.25 81.22 80.21 1987 Abbas Kiarostami
264 Cries and Whispers 82.27 85.45 81.02 80.80 1972 Ingmar Bergman
265 Napoleon 82.22 93.25 81.89 78.99 1927 Abel Gance
266 Paper Moon 82.19 83.08 81.37 81.29 1973 Peter Bogdanovich
267 The Spirit of the Beehive 82.17 89.83 79.31 78.91 1973 Víctor Erice
268 A Special Day 82.16 90.20 81.11 81.25 1977 Ettore Scola
269 Nostalghia 82.15 83.00 80.91 81.23 1983 Andrei Tarkovsky
270 Network 82.13 85.45 82.36 79.08 1976 Sidney Lumet
271 L'Eclisse 82.11 84.70 79.78 78.81 1962 Michelangelo Antonioni
272 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 82.09 80.83 81.78 81.15 1939 Frank Capra
273 Sanjuro 82.09 91.90 81.67 80.85 1962 Akira Kurosawa
274 Badlands 82.06 93.38 79.77 77.21 1973 Terrence Malick
275 Vivre Sa Vie 82.06 85.20 80.12 79.83 1962 Jean-Luc Godard
276 Nobody Knows 82.06 87.18 81.12 81.15 2004 Hirokazu Koreeda
277 No Country for Old Men 82.05 90.68 80.56 78.47 2007 Coen Brothers
278 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring 82.05 86.05 80.76 80.62 2003 Kim Ki-duk
279 La Notte 82.04 78.35 81.45 81.11 1961 Michelangelo Antonioni
280 The Celebration 82.04 84.23 81.34 80.08 1998 Thomas Vinterberg
281 In the Name of the Father 82.04 84.90 81.14 81.85 1993 Jim Sheridan
282 I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang 82.02 89.55 80.18 81.56 1932 Mervyn LeRoy
283 Shoplifters 82.01 92.39 80.60 79.31 2018 Hirokazu Koreeda
284 Finding Nemo 82.01 92.60 80.13 78.76 2003 Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich
285 Z 81.98 87.55 82.21 79.59 1969 Costa-Gavras
286 The Phantom Carriage 81.96 95.00 80.01 80.32 1921 Victor Sjöström
287 Manhattan 81.95 86.23 80.50 79.81 1979 Woody Allen
288 Rome, Open City 81.94 95.40 80.45 79.27 1945 Robert Rossellini
289 Children of Heaven 81.93 80.15 81.24 82.01 1997 Majid Majidi
290 The Green Mile 81.92 71.93 82.95 84.38 1999 Frank Darabont
291 The Iron Giant 81.91 86.61 80.88 79.95 1999 Brad Bird
292 The Sacrifice 81.90 80.30 80.47 81.37 1986 Andrei Tarkovsky
293 The Philadelphia Story 81.90 94.95 79.79 77.86 1940 George Cukor
294 The Twilight Samurai 81.90 86.10 81.07 81.13 2002 Yôji Yamada
295 Before Sunset 81.88 87.79 81.42 78.41 2004 Richard Linklater
296 Before Sunrise 81.86 84.40 82.24 79.44 1995 Richard Linklater
297 Castle in the Sky 81.85 81.63 81.49 82.06 1986 Hayao Miyazaki
298 The Departed 81.84 86.92 82.82 79.04 2006 Martin Scorsese
299 Brazil 81.83 90.23 80.61 78.37 1985 Terry Gilliam
300 Incendies 81.81 83.85 81.88 80.74 2011 Denis Villenueve
301 The Maltese Falcon 81.81 95.65 80.24 77.28 1941 John Huston
302 The Wizard of Oz 81.77 98.03 79.38 77.17 1939 Victor Fleming
303 Le Cercle Rouge 81.76 90.03 80.81 78.54 1970 Jean-Pierre Melville
304 Monsieur Verdoux 81.76 89.80 78.55 81.34 1947 Charlie Chaplin
305 The Return 81.72 84.85 80.02 80.96 2003 Andrey Zvyagintsev
306 Secrets & Lies 81.71 90.73 80.29 78.66 1996 Mike Leigh
307 The Hidden Fortress 81.70 91.25 80.79 80.72 1958 Akira Kurosawa
308 Pan's Labyrinth 81.69 92.59 81.60 76.08 2006 Guillermo del Toro
309 Amélie 81.69 79.64 81.96 80.27 2004 Jean-Pierre Jeunet
310 Ben-Hur 81.67 86.93 79.86 80.22 1959 William Wyler
311 Fitzcarraldo 81.67 75.80 81.06 81.21 1982 Werner Herzog
312 American History X 81.63 70.13 83.58 83.00 1998 Tony Kaye
313 Ace in the Hole 81.62 79.10 80.88 81.36 1951 Billy Wilder
314 Capernaum 81.62 81.83 80.52 82.18 2018 Nadine Labaki
315 Still Walking 81.61 90.30 80.92 79.48 2008 Hirokazu Koreeda
316 All About My Mother 81.61 88.77 79.56 78.80 1999 Pedro Almodóvar
317 The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie 81.60 92.28 78.82 78.83 1972 Luis Buñuel
318 Platoon 81.60 88.70 79.52 80.45 1986 Oliver Stone
319 Farewell My Concubine 81.60 80.50 80.49 81.04 1993 Chen Kaige
320 Letter from an Unknown Woman 81.59 93.10 79.84 79.31 1948 Max Ophüls
321 The Grand Budapest Hotel 81.58 87.64 80.72 79.19 2014 Wes Anderson
322 The Virgin Spring 81.58 82.45 80.70 80.66 1960 Ingmar Bergman
323 The Red Balloon 81.57 90.20 79.93 80.30 1956 Albert Lamorisse
324 Stagecoach 81.57 94.58 77.69 78.94 1939 John Ford
325 Mulholland Drive 81.56 80.61 79.60 77.87 2001 David Lynch
326 A Matter of Life and Death 81.49 92.60 81.91 76.27 1946 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
327 High Noon 81.48 90.58 79.27 78.94 1952 Fred Zinnemann
328 Orpheus 81.48 96.20 79.88 78.90 1950 Jean Cocteau
329 Life of Brian 81.47 82.98 80.78 79.81 1979 Terry Jones
330 Casino 81.46 74.23 81.54 81.75 1995 Martin Scorsese
331 Kagemusha 81.44 82.93 80.01 80.43 1980 Akira Kurosawa
332 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 81.43 76.08 80.53 81.85 1969 George Roy Hill
333 In a Lonely Place 81.43 92.45 80.42 78.77 1950 Nicholas Ray
334 Scarface 81.43 71.30 81.97 82.18 1983 Brian De Palma
335 A Short Film About Killing 81.42 87.35 79.89 80.38 1988 Krzysztof Kieślowski
336 Beauty and the Beast 81.41 92.05 79.28 78.32 1946 Jean Cocteau
337 The Hustler 81.39 92.45 80.43 78.97 1961 Robert Rossen
338 Cléo from 5 to 7 81.38 91.65 80.03 79.11 1962 Agnès Varda
339 Fireworks 81.37 90.15 80.01 79.63 1997 Takeshi Kitano
340 Room 81.36 88.41 80.43 79.48 2015 Lenny Abrahamson
341 Mad Max: Fury Road 81.35 90.39 79.76 77.80 2015 George Miller
342 Steamboat Bill, Jr. 81.32 95.75 79.30 79.23 1928 Charles Reisner, Buster Keaton
343 Judgment at Nuremberg 81.31 71.58 82.24 83.03 1961 Stanley Kramer
344 The Straight Story 81.30 87.15 79.64 79.88 1999 David Lynch
345 Meshes of the Afternoon 81.29 96.25 77.91 79.99 1943 Maya Deren, Alexandr Hackenschmied
346 Alice in the Cities 81.28 86.70 79.60 80.20 1974 Wim Wenders
347 Akira 81.28 80.90 81.12 79.98 1988 Katsuhiro Otomo
348 Good Will Hunting 81.27 79.38 81.97 81.05 1997 Gus Van Sant
349 The Miracle Worker 81.25 85.15 78.88 81.55 1962 Arthur Penn
350 Talk to Her 81.25 87.48 79.33 78.71 2002 Pedro Almodóvar
351 The Graduate 81.24 85.58 78.91 79.97 1967 Mike Nichols
352 Beauty and the Beast 81.22 92.28 79.20 78.77 1991 Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise
353 The Heiress 81.19 94.45 80.20 79.76 1949 William Wyler
354 Fantasia 81.18 93.03 76.76 79.95 1940 Samuel Armstrong, James Algar
355 Au Revoir les Enfants 81.18 94.25 80.14 78.92 1987 Louis Malle
356 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 81.18 88.62 79.36 79.90 2017 Martin McDonagh
357 Inglourious Basterds 81.17 79.05 81.06 80.51 2009 Quentin Tarantino
358 Elevator to the Gallows 81.16 90.45 79.31 78.56 1958 Louis Malle
359 Gladiator 81.16 75.39 81.69 81.52 2000 Ridley Scott
360 Through a Glass Darkly 81.15 93.60 81.11 78.86 1961 Ingmar Bergman
361 Million Dollar Baby 81.15 87.41 77.43 80.72 2004 Clint Eastwood
362 Days of Heaven 81.15 90.75 80.19 77.08 1978 Terrence Malick
363 Do the Right Thing 81.15 90.78 80.26 77.04 1989 Spike Lee
364 Out of the Past 81.14 91.40 80.73 77.92 1947 Jacques Tourneur
365 Strangers on a Train 81.11 93.30 80.01 78.68 1951 Alfred Hitchcock
366 Blue Velvet 81.11 83.48 78.98 77.09 1986 David Lynch
367 That Obscure Object of Desire 81.09 89.40 79.59 78.11 1977 Luis Buñuel
368 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 81.08 80.23 80.74 80.75 1962 Robert Aldrich
369 My Night at Maud's 81.07 88.15 79.51 79.42 1969 Éric Rohmer
370 The Earrings of Madame de… 81.07 92.15 80.36 77.05 1953 Max Ophüls
371 The Conversation 81.04 89.23 80.03 77.44 1974 Francis Ford Coppola
372 The Killing 81.03 91.50 79.51 79.21 1956 Stanley Kubrick
373 The Servant 81.03 87.83 79.45 78.57 1963 Joseph Losey
374 The Intouchables 81.03 67.15 82.13 84.70 2011 Olivier Nakache, Éric Toledano
375 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp 81.01 94.15 81.57 75.44 1943 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
376 Jaws 81.01 90.98 79.91 75.70 1975 Steven Spielberg
377 Winter Light 81.01 73.55 81.51 79.95 1963 Ingmar Bergman
378 Love Exposure 81.01 80.88 82.23 79.55 2008 Sion Sono
379 Hiroshima Mon Amour 81.00 92.95 80.13 77.99 1959 Alain Resnais
380 Day for Night 80.98 92.55 80.21 78.27 1973 François Truffaut
381 Ratatouille 80.97 92.73 78.72 78.68 2007 Brad Bird
382 Ghost in the Shell 80.97 81.43 79.98 81.15 1995 Mamoru Oshii
383 Germany Year Zero 80.95 92.00 77.80 80.03 1948 Roberto Rossellini
384 Spotlight 80.93 93.00 79.75 77.55 2015 Tom McCarthy
385 Die Hard 80.93 79.58 81.11 79.43 1988 John McTiernan
386 Laura 80.93 93.80 79.70 78.47 1944 Otto Preminger
387 Sleuth 80.93 89.95 79.16 80.87 1972 Joseph L. Mankiewicz
388 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly 80.92 88.64 79.69 77.84 2007 Julian Schnabel
389 The Handmaiden 80.92 85.99 82.55 77.41 2016 Park Chan-wook
390 Stand by Me 80.90 80.20 81.28 79.54 1986 Rob Reiner
391 Wolf Children 80.90 80.15 80.40 81.27 2012 Mamoru Hosoda
392 Marriage Story 80.88 92.86 79.40 77.75 2019 Noam Baumbach
393 Shoeshine 80.87 93.75 79.02 79.38 1946 Vittorio De Sica
394 Freaks 80.85 84.70 77.66 80.31 1932 Tod Browning
395 Nosferatu 80.85 93.75 78.29 79.14 1922 F. W. Murnau
396 Dial M for Murder 80.84 77.60 81.17 81.31 1954 Alfred Hitchcock
397 Amour 80.81 90.90 77.74 78.19 2012 Michael Haneke
398 12 Years a Slave 80.80 94.00 79.74 76.94 2013 Steve McQueen
399 The Nightmare Before Christmas 80.77 85.38 79.26 79.69 1993 Henry Selick
400 Cabaret 80.77 84.68 77.34 80.69 1972 Bob Fosse
401 Central Station 80.77 83.28 80.91 78.52 1998 Walter Salles
402 Landscape in the Mist 80.74 71.35 80.76 80.28 1988 Theo Angelopoulos
403 1917 80.73 84.37 80.65 79.33 2019 Sam Mendes
404 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages 80.71 93.98 75.69 78.01 1916 D. W. Griffith
405 Call Me by Your Name 80.71 91.25 79.43 77.87 2017 Luca Guadagnino
406 Midnight Cowboy 80.71 82.98 79.10 79.50 1969 John Schlesinger
407 Shadow of a Doubt 80.70 94.38 79.31 76.04 1943 Alfred Hitchcock
408 Interstellar 80.70 74.16 81.30 82.25 2014 Christopher Nolan
409 Hannah and Her Sisters 80.69 88.95 79.15 77.98 1986 Woody Allen
410 Monsters, Inc. 80.68 85.29 79.37 80.08 2001 Pete Docter, David Silverman
411 The Testament of Dr. Mabuse 80.65 85.85 79.40 79.38 1933 Fritz Lang
412 Downfall 80.64 83.53 81.54 78.55 2004 Oliver Hirschbiegel
413 Being There 80.64 87.30 79.42 78.06 1979 Hal Ashby
414 The Killer 80.63 92.60 79.27 78.66 1989 John Woo
415 My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown 80.63 93.23 78.13 79.15 1989 Jim Sheridan
416 Jean de Florette 80.60 88.40 80.18 79.69 1986 Claude Berri
417 The Big Lebowski 80.57 74.80 82.28 78.57 1998 Coen Brothers
418 The King's Speech 80.57 90.86 78.50 78.59 2010 Tom Hooper
419 Whisper of the Heart 80.55 79.98 80.80 80.31 1995 Yoshifumi Kondō
420 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 80.54 93.08 77.22 77.82 1982 Steven Spielberg
421 Infernal Affairs 80.54 79.83 79.92 80.22 2002 Andrew Lau, Alan Mak
422 The Prestige 80.54 72.22 82.71 81.38 2006 Christopher Nolan
423 Our Hospitality 80.54 92.85 77.72 79.58 1923 Buster Keaton, John G. Blystone
424 Zootopia 80.53 85.22 78.84 80.18 2016 Byron Howard, Rich Moore
425 Toy Story 2 80.49 92.59 78.51 77.05 1999 John Lasseter, Ash Brannon, Lee Unkrich
426 Klaus 80.48 75.00 81.07 81.41 2019 Sergio Pablos
427 The Big Sleep 80.45 92.10 79.74 77.58 1946 Howard Hawks
428 Ford v Ferrari 80.45 83.94 79.37 80.01 2019 James Mangold
429 Dead Poets Society 80.44 78.70 79.43 80.75 1989 Peter Weir
430 The Terminator 80.43 89.08 78.26 78.13 1984 James Cameron
431 Naked 80.43 84.48 80.39 77.34 1993 Mike Leigh
432 Dangal 80.41 83.00 79.68 80.56 2016 Nitesh Tiwari
433 Kwaidan 80.40 81.80 79.75 79.42 1964 Masaki Kobayashi
434 The Man Who Would Be King 80.40 90.55 78.24 77.79 1975 John Huston
435 Wild Tales 80.38 82.57 80.48 79.22 2014 Damián Szifron
436 Groundhog Day 80.38 80.08 79.31 79.35 1993 Harold Ramis
437 Catch Me If You Can 80.38 83.44 78.74 80.57 2002 Steven Spielberg
438 I Vitelloni 80.36 90.28 77.64 78.06 1953 Federico Fellini
439 The Big Heat 80.35 92.90 79.27 77.87 1953 Fritz Lang
440 The Double Life of Véronique 80.35 82.63 80.19 77.87 1991 Krzysztof Kieślowski
441 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 80.35 82.58 80.19 78.43 1966 Mike Nichols
442 Requiem for a Dream 80.33 71.39 81.39 80.93 2000 Darren Aronofsky
443 Rope 80.33 79.20 80.31 79.30 1948 Alfred Hitchcock
444 Love and Death 80.33 89.83 77.55 78.50 1975 Woody Allen
445 The Remains of the Day 80.29 86.88 78.75 78.80 1993 James Ivory
446 Jules and Jim 80.28 93.70 78.30 77.94 1962 François Truffaut
447 The Gospel According to Matthew 80.28 88.30 76.50 78.52 1964 Pier Paolo Pasolini
448 How to Train Your Dragon 80.27 81.97 79.45 80.24 2010 Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois
449 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 80.27 88.50 78.81 78.53 2011 David Yates
450 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 80.26 87.05 79.46 79.79 1958 Richard Brooks
451 The French Connection 80.26 93.35 78.04 76.89 1971 William Friedkin
452 Opening Night 80.25 78.05 80.50 79.25 1977 John Cassavetes
453 Hotel Rwanda 80.24 84.54 79.34 79.40 2004 Terry George
454 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days 80.22 92.51 77.76 76.22 2007 Cristian Mungiu
455 Tampopo 80.22 92.40 81.20 77.01 1985 Juzo Itami
456 Scarface 80.22 93.50 76.43 79.55 1932 Howard Hawks, Howard Hughes
457 The Face of Another 80.21 87.50 79.61 79.34 1966 Hiroshi Teshigahara
458 The Roaring Twenties 80.21 86.20 77.79 80.68 1939 Raoul Walsh
459 Pickpocket 80.20 93.80 76.41 76.47 1959 Robert Bresson
460 Kiki's Delivery Service 80.20 85.45 79.87 78.84 1989 Hayao Miyazaki
461 A Prophet 80.19 89.61 79.53 76.14 2009 Jacques Audiard
462 Zelig 80.19 90.00 76.50 80.29 1983 Woody Allen
463 Trouble in Paradise 80.18 88.20 79.35 77.62 1932 Ernst Lubitsch
464 Gran Torino 80.17 76.27 78.57 82.36 2008 Clint Eastwood
465 Last Year at Marienbad 80.16 88.25 78.29 77.37 1961 Alain Resnais
466 All the President's Men 80.15 85.95 80.48 76.46 1976 Alan J. Pakula
467 Breaking the Waves 80.15 79.85 78.46 79.55 1996 Lars von Trier
468 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 80.14 74.28 81.44 80.57 1989 Steven Spielberg
469 Divorce Italian Style 80.12 91.00 79.28 78.26 1961 Pietro Germi
470 Edward Scissorhands 80.12 78.65 78.09 80.73 1990 Tim Burton
471 The Thing 80.12 67.98 82.60 79.34 1982 John Carpenter
472 Perfect Blue 80.11 74.05 80.91 80.09 1997 Satoshi Kon
473 Down by Law 80.10 79.03 78.98 79.61 1986 Jim Jarmusch
474 Bringing Up Baby 80.10 90.75 78.25 76.45 1938 Howard Hawks
475 The Phantom of Liberty 80.09 85.10 78.89 78.66 1974 Luis Buñuel
476 Bonnie and Clyde 80.07 85.38 78.16 78.23 1967 Arthur Penn
477 The Incredibles 80.07 89.69 79.77 75.78 2004 Brad Bird
478 Rocky 80.04 79.73 79.17 79.29 1976 John G. Avildsen
479 His Girl Friday 80.03 94.15 79.24 76.72 1940 Howard Hawks
480 Mommy 80.03 80.79 80.39 79.13 2014 Xavier Dolan
481 Mon Oncle 80.03 88.00 78.03 78.76 1958 Jacques Tati
482 My Fair Lady 79.99 91.85 77.53 78.00 1964 George Cukor
483 Charade 79.98 85.55 79.37 78.72 1963 Stanley Donen
484 Stalag 17 79.95 87.13 79.62 77.79 1953 Billy Wilder
485 Boyhood 79.95 97.08 76.08 75.95 2014 Richard Linklater
486 The Secret in Their Eyes 79.95 82.49 81.27 77.67 2009 Juan José Campanella
487 Ninotchka 79.95 90.15 77.99 78.50 1939 Ernst Lubitsch
488 Pierrot le Fou 79.94 81.75 77.84 76.65 1965 Jean-Luc Godard
489 The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser 79.94 89.10 78.30 78.27 1974 Werner Herzog
490 Stroszek 79.94 88.40 79.50 77.77 1977 Werner Herzog
491 A Hard Day's Night 79.93 93.73 76.82 77.08 1964 Richard Lester
492 Onibaba 79.90 74.75 79.42 79.96 1964 Kaneto Shindo
493 Repulsion 79.85 92.68 77.29 76.57 1965 Roman Polanski
494 Like Stars on Earth 79.85 80.50 79.54 79.86 2007 Aamir Khan, Amole Gupte
495 Duck Soup 79.84 92.33 79.01 74.92 1933 Leo McCarey
496 Carlito's Way 79.83 70.28 79.16 82.01 1993 Brian De Palma
497 Nashville 79.82 93.23 76.89 74.92 1975 Robert Altman
498 The Triplets of Belleville 79.82 88.97 76.57 78.66 2003 Sylvain Chomet
499 Dr. Mabuse the Gambler 79.81 85.10 76.88 79.98 1922 Fritz Lang
500 Gone Girl 79.79 83.03 79.32 78.87 2014 David Fincher
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2020.09.21 19:54 brainyyellowboi Top 10 Lists

Top 10 Lists
My Top 10:
  1. Parasite - Bong Joon Ho
  2. The Grand Budapest Hotel - Wes Anderson
  3. Seven Samurai - Akira Kurosawa
  4. In the Mood for Love - Wong Kar Wai
  5. Pan's Labyrinth - Guillermo del Toro
  6. Dr. Strangelove - Stanley Kubrick and Roma - Alfonso Cuaron (TIE)
  7. Marriage Story - Noah Baumbach and Ikiru - Akira Kurosawa (TIE)
  8. Yojimbo - Akira Kurosawa
  9. Moonrise Kingdom - Wes Anderson and Still Walking - Hirokazu Koreeda (TIE)
  10. Being John Malkovich - Spike Jonze

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What are your top 10 films in Criterion Collection that you always enjoy watching to enhance your knowledge and passion in cinema? Thank you for sharing.
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2020.09.18 03:01 AsleepHovercraft Favorite movie of Each year I have been alive...

Ok, since I was born in 1995 I'd though it would be a bit easier and fun to make a list of my favorite film from each year I've been alive. Some years were harder than others, as in 2013 where nominating Gravity for my favorite almost feels like an insult to many other great movies. I mean I saw Gravity six times in theaters, more than any other film. And it seemed to be the one to move me the most. Let's discuss..
1995 - LA HAINE, directed by Mathieu Kassovitz, France
1996 - TRAINSPOTTING, directed by Danny Boyle, United Kingdom
1997 - JACKIE BROWN, directed by Quentin Tarantino, United States
1998 - AMERICAN HISTORY X, directed by Tony Kaye, United States
1999 - RATCATCHER, directed by Lynne Ramsay, United States
2000 - REQUIEM FOR A DREAM, directed by Darren Aronofsky, United States
2001 - MULHOLLAND DRIVE, directed by David Lynch, United States
2002 - ROAD TO PERDITION, directed by Sam Mendes, United States
2003 - KILL BILL: VOLUME 1, directed by Quentin Tarantino, United States
2004 - PRIMER, directed by Shane Carruth, United States
2005 - BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, directed by Ang Lee, United States
2006 - PAN'S LABYRINTH, directed by Guillermo Del Toro, Spain / Mexico
2007 - I AM LEGEND, directed by Francis Lawrence, United States
2008 - SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, directed by Danny Boyle, United Kingdom
2009 - A PROPHET, directed by Jacques Audiard, France
2010 - THE SOCIAL NETWORK, directed by David Fincher, United States
2011 - GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO, directed by David Fincher, United States
2012 - SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK, directed by David O. Russell, United States
2013 - GRAVITY, directed by Alfonso Cuaron, United Kingdom
2014 - MOMMY, directed by Xavier Dolan, France
2015 - MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, directed by George Miller, Australia
2016 - UNDER THE SHADOW, directed by Babak Anvari, Iran
2017 - MOTHER!, directed by Darren Aronofsky, United States
2018 - HEREDITARY, directed by Ari Aster, United States
2019 - THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO, directed by Joe Talbot, United States
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2020.09.13 00:29 Boop108 Favorite Scenes No.19: Pan’s Labyrinth

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Guillermo Del Toro made Pan’s Labyrinth in 2006. It was a thickly layered film with several themes running through it simultaneously, each enriching the other. There is one infamous scene that everyone who sees the film is sure to remember for a long time, the scene Guillermo del Toro called “The Pale Man Scene.”
The scene draws from Ancient Greek and Christian mythology as well as fairy tales, the holocaust, horror movies, the hero’s journey, and much more. Our young heroine, Ophelia, is instructed to enter the layer of the Pale Man and do as her fairy assistants instruct. The one caveat is that she must not eat anything while she is there.
The premise is simple and resonates with many similar stories eg. Hansel And Gretel, Adam and Eve, Tantalus, Alice in Wonderland, and even Pandora. It's an archetypal premise. The hero or heroine must show discipline and restraint. They must be able to defer gratification, and control their impulses. It is a test of maturity.
Ophelia enters the lair and is greeted with horrifying frescoes of the Pale Man’s history. We see him murdering and eating children. As the camera pans around the room we see a large pile of children’s shoes. The shoes immediately evoke the piles of shoes left behind in Nazi concentration camps.
Fascism permeates Pan’s Labyrinth. It is both a prominent part of the subject matter as well as a subtext in many of the dynamics we see in the film. Here, in the Pale Man’s room, we see how fascism destroys childhood. The inflexible structure of fascism has no place for the chaotic imagination of a child. Ophelia is a threat because she has a creative and fertile mind. At its core fascism requires strict uniformity. Everyone and everything involved must conform to both a literal and figurative shape and size. Fairies and fawns disrupt the coherence of a fascist world view.
The Pale Man sits before a sumptuous feast laid out on an enormous table in front of him. It is a reference to the table we saw in front of Captain Vidal just a few scenes ago. Both tables are traps. Captain Vidal’s feast is an invitation to collaboration. It offers a cornucopia of plenty to those who will cooperate with the regime. Accept Vidal’s hospitality and you accept him.
The Paleman’s table is similar in its temptation. The consequences are however far more immediate and dire than collaborating with Vidal. As soon as Ophelia bites a grape she awakens The Pale Man. There is a sexual facet to this moment. When Eve eats the apple she is giving into temptation and awakening her sexuality. Pandora’s box easily translates into a stand-in for her vagina. Once she becomes curious about her sexuality she opens the door to a myriad of troubles.
There is a fear of female sexuality at work in these myths. However, for Ophelia, it is more personal. She has her owns fears of becoming an adult and what womanhood will mean. She has escaped a considerable amount of abuse and danger by simply being a little girl, but all around her adult women are suffering and dying.
The design of the Pale Man, with his eyes in his hands, quotes Saint Lucy, who was sentenced to death for being a Christian. She refused to sleep with a suitor until their wedding night and so revealed her Christian values. As part of her execution, her eyes were gouged out. When St. Lucy appears in Christian iconography she often has her eyes in her palms or set on a little plate that she holds. Both images are present in the Pale Man scene.
The Pale Man is powerful and dangerous but he is also sickly and lame. He limps and lumbers after Ophelia in a manner very similar to the Tarman from Dan O’Bannon’s 1985 classic, Return of The Living Dead. They are both demented horrors created by man’s excesses. The way they move is broken and slow but inexorable.
The Pale Man stands in stark contrast to Captain Vidal. The Captain is handsome, meticulously groomed, and clean, but this is a facade, the Pale Man represents Vidal’s true appearance. The Pale Man’s deformed body is dripping with the blood of the children he has consumed. Children and Ophelia in particular must be destroyed in order to make way for the staid regularity of adulthood. Ophelia’s mind is full of colorful fairytales and magical legends. It fuels her creativity and resourcefulness. Her many fantasies are not an escape, they are arenas in which she can play out fears, possibilities, and strategies. For Guillermo Del Toro, children’s imagined worlds are not refuges to avoid the harshness of real life, they are instead a safe place to face that harshness and find a way through.
Ophelia's fertile fantasy world is an unassailable source of humanity that Fascism cannot reach or stop. Pan’s Labyrinth finds its inspiration in an earlier Spanish film that covers very similar ground. Víctor Erice made The Spirit of The Beehive in 1975. It too contrasted the fantasies of a young girl against the same fascist regime.
The Pale Man Scene in Pan’s Labyrinth is a blending of both fiction and non-fiction narratives. The history of Spain and World War 2 mixes with religious mythology from Greece, and Christendom, along with folk tales, legends, books, and films. Guillermo Del Torro displays his own fertile imagination with his ability to bridge gaps of history and culture to find universal themes we can recognize immediately.
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2020.09.13 00:28 Boop108 Favorite Scenes No.19: Pan’s Labyrinth

This article is illustrated with tons of film stills. If you would like to see the illustrated version click here.
https://medium.com/@36toesproductions/favorite-scenes-19-pans-labyrinth-17215c01fca2?sk=b1d515948d0f54b232154a2840e654dd
Guillermo Del Toro made Pan’s Labyrinth in 2006. It was a thickly layered film with several themes running through it simultaneously, each enriching the other. There is one infamous scene that everyone who sees the film is sure to remember for a long time, the scene Guillermo del Toro called “The Pale Man Scene.”
The scene draws from Ancient Greek and Christian mythology as well as fairy tales, the holocaust, horror movies, the hero’s journey, and much more. Our young heroine, Ophelia, is instructed to enter the layer of the Pale Man and do as her fairy assistants instruct. The one caveat is that she must not eat anything while she is there.
The premise is simple and resonates with many similar stories eg. Hansel And Gretel, Adam and Eve, Tantalus, Alice in Wonderland, and even Pandora. It's an archetypal premise. The hero or heroine must show discipline and restraint. They must be able to defer gratification, and control their impulses. It is a test of maturity.
Ophelia enters the lair and is greeted with horrifying frescoes of the Pale Man’s history. We see him murdering and eating children. As the camera pans around the room we see a large pile of children’s shoes. The shoes immediately evoke the piles of shoes left behind in Nazi concentration camps.
Fascism permeates Pan’s Labyrinth. It is both a prominent part of the subject matter as well as a subtext in many of the dynamics we see in the film. Here, in the Pale Man’s room, we see how fascism destroys childhood. The inflexible structure of fascism has no place for the chaotic imagination of a child. Ophelia is a threat because she has a creative and fertile mind. At its core fascism requires strict uniformity. Everyone and everything involved must conform to both a literal and figurative shape and size. Fairies and fawns disrupt the coherence of a fascist world view.
The Pale Man sits before a sumptuous feast laid out on an enormous table in front of him. It is a reference to the table we saw in front of Captain Vidal just a few scenes ago. Both tables are traps. Captain Vidal’s feast is an invitation to collaboration. It offers a cornucopia of plenty to those who will cooperate with the regime. Accept Vidal’s hospitality and you accept him.
The Paleman’s table is similar in its temptation. The consequences are however far more immediate and dire than collaborating with Vidal. As soon as Ophelia bites a grape she awakens The Pale Man. There is a sexual facet to this moment. When Eve eats the apple she is giving into temptation and awakening her sexuality. Pandora’s box easily translates into a stand-in for her vagina. Once she becomes curious about her sexuality she opens the door to a myriad of troubles.
There is a fear of female sexuality at work in these myths. However, for Ophelia, it is more personal. She has her owns fears of becoming an adult and what womanhood will mean. She has escaped a considerable amount of abuse and danger by simply being a little girl, but all around her adult women are suffering and dying.
The design of the Pale Man, with his eyes in his hands, quotes Saint Lucy, who was sentenced to death for being a Christian. She refused to sleep with a suitor until their wedding night and so revealed her Christian values. As part of her execution, her eyes were gouged out. When St. Lucy appears in Christian iconography she often has her eyes in her palms or set on a little plate that she holds. Both images are present in the Pale Man scene.
The Pale Man is powerful and dangerous but he is also sickly and lame. He limps and lumbers after Ophelia in a manner very similar to the Tarman from Dan O’Bannon’s 1985 classic, Return of The Living Dead. They are both demented horrors created by man’s excesses. The way they move is broken and slow but inexorable.
The Pale Man stands in stark contrast to Captain Vidal. The Captain is handsome, meticulously groomed, and clean, but this is a facade, the Pale Man represents Vidal’s true appearance. The Pale Man’s deformed body is dripping with the blood of the children he has consumed. Children and Ophelia in particular must be destroyed in order to make way for the staid regularity of adulthood. Ophelia’s mind is full of colorful fairytales and magical legends. It fuels her creativity and resourcefulness. Her many fantasies are not an escape, they are arenas in which she can play out fears, possibilities, and strategies. For Guillermo Del Toro, children’s imagined worlds are not refuges to avoid the harshness of real life, they are instead a safe place to face that harshness and find a way through.
Ophelia's fertile fantasy world is an unassailable source of humanity that Fascism cannot reach or stop. Pan’s Labyrinth finds its inspiration in an earlier Spanish film that covers very similar ground. Víctor Erice made The Spirit of The Beehive in 1975. It too contrasted the fantasies of a young girl against the same fascist regime.
The Pale Man Scene in Pan’s Labyrinth is a blending of both fiction and non-fiction narratives. The history of Spain and World War 2 mixes with religious mythology from Greece, and Christendom, along with folk tales, legends, books, and films. Guillermo Del Torro displays his own fertile imagination with his ability to bridge gaps of history and culture to find universal themes we can recognize immediately.
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2020.09.13 00:27 Boop108 Favorite Scenes No.19: Pan’s Labyrinth

This article is illustrated with tons of film stills. If you would like to see the illustrated version click here.
https://medium.com/@36toesproductions/favorite-scenes-19-pans-labyrinth-17215c01fca2?sk=b1d515948d0f54b232154a2840e654dd
Guillermo Del Toro made Pan’s Labyrinth in 2006. It was a thickly layered film with several themes running through it simultaneously, each enriching the other. There is one infamous scene that everyone who sees the film is sure to remember for a long time, the scene Guillermo del Toro called “The Pale Man Scene.”
The scene draws from Ancient Greek and Christian mythology as well as fairy tales, the holocaust, horror movies, the hero’s journey, and much more. Our young heroine, Ophelia, is instructed to enter the layer of the Pale Man and do as her fairy assistants instruct. The one caveat is that she must not eat anything while she is there.
The premise is simple and resonates with many similar stories eg. Hansel And Gretel, Adam and Eve, Tantalus, Alice in Wonderland, and even Pandora. It's an archetypal premise. The hero or heroine must show discipline and restraint. They must be able to defer gratification, and control their impulses. It is a test of maturity.
Ophelia enters the lair and is greeted with horrifying frescoes of the Pale Man’s history. We see him murdering and eating children. As the camera pans around the room we see a large pile of children’s shoes. The shoes immediately evoke the piles of shoes left behind in Nazi concentration camps.
Fascism permeates Pan’s Labyrinth. It is both a prominent part of the subject matter as well as a subtext in many of the dynamics we see in the film. Here, in the Pale Man’s room, we see how fascism destroys childhood. The inflexible structure of fascism has no place for the chaotic imagination of a child. Ophelia is a threat because she has a creative and fertile mind. At its core fascism requires strict uniformity. Everyone and everything involved must conform to both a literal and figurative shape and size. Fairies and fawns disrupt the coherence of a fascist world view.
The Pale Man sits before a sumptuous feast laid out on an enormous table in front of him. It is a reference to the table we saw in front of Captain Vidal just a few scenes ago. Both tables are traps. Captain Vidal’s feast is an invitation to collaboration. It offers a cornucopia of plenty to those who will cooperate with the regime. Accept Vidal’s hospitality and you accept him.
The Paleman’s table is similar in its temptation. The consequences are however far more immediate and dire than collaborating with Vidal. As soon as Ophelia bites a grape she awakens The Pale Man. There is a sexual facet to this moment. When Eve eats the apple she is giving into temptation and awakening her sexuality. Pandora’s box easily translates into a stand-in for her vagina. Once she becomes curious about her sexuality she opens the door to a myriad of troubles.
There is a fear of female sexuality at work in these myths. However, for Ophelia, it is more personal. She has her owns fears of becoming an adult and what womanhood will mean. She has escaped a considerable amount of abuse and danger by simply being a little girl, but all around her adult women are suffering and dying.
The design of the Pale Man, with his eyes in his hands, quotes Saint Lucy, who was sentenced to death for being a Christian. She refused to sleep with a suitor until their wedding night and so revealed her Christian values. As part of her execution, her eyes were gouged out. When St. Lucy appears in Christian iconography she often has her eyes in her palms or set on a little plate that she holds. Both images are present in the Pale Man scene.
The Pale Man is powerful and dangerous but he is also sickly and lame. He limps and lumbers after Ophelia in a manner very similar to the Tarman from Dan O’Bannon’s 1985 classic, Return of The Living Dead. They are both demented horrors created by man’s excesses. The way they move is broken and slow but inexorable.
The Pale Man stands in stark contrast to Captain Vidal. The Captain is handsome, meticulously groomed, and clean, but this is a facade, the Pale Man represents Vidal’s true appearance. The Pale Man’s deformed body is dripping with the blood of the children he has consumed. Children and Ophelia in particular must be destroyed in order to make way for the staid regularity of adulthood. Ophelia’s mind is full of colorful fairytales and magical legends. It fuels her creativity and resourcefulness. Her many fantasies are not an escape, they are arenas in which she can play out fears, possibilities, and strategies. For Guillermo Del Toro, children’s imagined worlds are not refuges to avoid the harshness of real life, they are instead a safe place to face that harshness and find a way through.
Ophelia's fertile fantasy world is an unassailable source of humanity that Fascism cannot reach or stop. Pan’s Labyrinth finds its inspiration in an earlier Spanish film that covers very similar ground. Víctor Erice made The Spirit of The Beehive in 1975. It too contrasted the fantasies of a young girl against the same fascist regime.
The Pale Man Scene in Pan’s Labyrinth is a blending of both fiction and non-fiction narratives. The history of Spain and World War 2 mixes with religious mythology from Greece, and Christendom, along with folk tales, legends, books, and films. Guillermo Del Torro displays his own fertile imagination with his ability to bridge gaps of history and culture to find universal themes we can recognize immediately.
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2020.09.11 10:44 Ccaves0127 I looked at every movie that's ever won Best Picture to see if they qualified for the Academy's new diversity rules.

The Academy just released it’s “diversity rules” which are getting everybody in a tizzy. Here they are:
At least one of the lead actors, or a significant supporting actor must be from a historically underrepresented racial or ethnic group.
OR
30% of all actors in secondary or more minor roles must come from one of the following groups:
Women
LGBTQ
An underrepresented racial or ethnic group
The cognitively or physically disabled
OR
The main storyline must focus on an underrepresented group.
Other standards:
Offering both paid internships and training opportunities to those in underrepresented groups
Hiring more than one senior executives from these underrepresented groups at the studio, or at the film company charged with marketing and distributing the film
At least six other crew members from underrepresented groups
OR
At least 30% of crew members from underrepresented groups
I’m also going to use the director as one of the requirements, even though it’s not explicitly mentioned in the Academy’s requirements.
I know some people are upset about this, but I thought that these were pretty generous and easy to meet standards. Please note that I didn’t really read the premises of the films unless I couldn’t find the other requirements first. How do the historical Best Picture winners fare with the new diversity requirements?
Also, because I know chuds in the comments are going to talk about how Jewish people aren’t marginalized, 2019 was the third highest year on record for hate crimes against Jews, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
In the 1st Academy Awards, there were two different categories for the top film:
Outstanding Picture - Wings Clara Bow is billed as a main character, so I’m going to say it meets that one
Unique and Interesting Picture - Sunrise Directed by F.W. Murnau, who was gay. So it meets that requirement.
2nd Academy Awards - The Broadway Melody: Two of the three leads are women, so it meets that requirement.
3rd Academy Awards - All Quiet on the Western Front: Directed by Lewis Milestone, who was Jewish, so it meets that requirement.
4th Academy Awards - Cimarron: Has several lead/significant roles filled by women, so it meets that requirement.
5th Academy Awards - Grand Hotel: Of the five stars on the poster, two are women, so I’d guess it meets that requirement.
6th Academy Awards - Cavalcade: One of the two leads, as well as one of the screenwriters, is a woman, so it meets that requirement.
7th Academy Awards - It Happened One Night: One of the two leads is a woman, so it meets that requirement.
8th Academy Awards - Mutiny on the Bounty: Doesn’t meet any requirement.
9th Academy Awards - The Great Ziegfield: Two of the three leads are women.
10th Academy Awards - The Life of Emile Zola: The star, Paul Muni, was Jewish, so it meets that requirement.
11th Academy Awards - You Can’t Take It With You: One of the leads is a woman, so that requirement is met.
12th Academy Awards - Gone With The Wind: Two of the four leads are women, so that requirement is met.
13th Academy Awards - Rebecca: One of the leads is a woman.
14th Academy Awards - How Green Was My Valley: Two of the leads are women.
15th Academy Awards - Mrs. Miniver: One of the two leads is a woman.
16th Academy Awards - Casablanca: The director, Michael Curtiz, is Jewish, so it meets that requirement. While he isn’t a super big part of the film, Dooley Wilson, who plays Sam (“Play it again, Sam”) is one of the few American actors in this movie, and the only African American to act in any of the Best Pictures so far, unless there’s some smaller role somewhere I missed. Thought I’d mention that.
17th Academy Awards - Going My Way: Does not meet any of the requirements.
18th Academy Awards - The Lost Weekend: One of the leads is a woman.
19th Academy Awards - The Best Years of Our Life: Three of the five leads are women.
20th Academy Awards - Gentleman’s Agreement: This film was controversial at it’s release for it’s subject matter, which is about anti-Semitism in the United States, so it meets that requirement about the storyline focusing on a marganilized group.
21st Academy Awards - Hamlet: This one is tricky. I’d say it barely meets the requirement by having a female supporting character, Gertrude.
22nd Academy Awards - All the King’s Men: The director, Robert Rossen, was Jewish (and a Communist. Fun fact.) and a significant female role, which the actress won an Oscar for.
23rd Academy Awards - All About Eve: Three of the four leads are women.
24th Academy Awards - An American in Paris: Two of the five major characters are women. The director, Liza Minelli’s father, was also perhaps ⅛ Anishinaabe Native American, but I would say he’s still excluded from that group.
25th Academy Awards - The Greatest Show on Earth: Of the seven major characters, four are women.
26th Academy Awards - From Here to Eternity: Director Fred Zinneman was Jewish.
27th Academy Awards - On the Waterfront: Producer Sam Spiegel was Jewish.
28th Academy Awards - Marty: While not explicitly stated, some could say that the eponymous character, who is socially awkward and unmarried at 34, could be seen as cognitively disabled somehow.
29th Academy Awards - Around the World in 80 Days: Lead actor Cantinflas is Mexican. This is the first time a film has won best picture with a lead actor of color.
30th Academy Awards - The Bridge on the River Kwai: One of the lead four actors is Sessue Hayakawa, who was Japanese. This is the first time a film has won best picture with a major character of Asian descent.
31st Academy Awards - Gigi: Four of the eight major characters are women.
32nd Academy Awards - Ben-Hur: Director William Wyler was Jewish.
33rd Academy Awards - The Apartment: One of the two main leads is a woman.
34th Academy Awards - West Side Story: Director Jerome Robbins was Jewish; Screenwriter Ernest Lehman was Jewish; Originators of the stage show Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, and Arthur Laurents are all gay Jews; actress Rita Morena is Puerto Rican.
35th Academy Awards - Lawrence of Arabia: Producer Sam Spiegel, mentioned above, was Jewish; Actor Anthony Quinn was Mexican-American; Actor Jose Ferrer was Puerto Rican; Actor Omar Sharif was Egyptian; Additionally, T.E.Lawrence was probably gay.
36th Academy Awards - Tom Jones: Of the major characters, many are women.
37th Academy Awards - My Fair Lady: Two of the lead characters are women.
38th Academy Awards - The Sound of Music: Julie Andrews is a woman, and she plays the lead character.
39th Academy Awards - A Man for All Seasons: Director Fred Zinneman was Jewish.
40th Academy Awards - In the Heat of the Night: Lead actor Sidney Poitier is a black Bahamian American. This is the first time a film starring a black man has won Best Picture. This film is actually pretty relevant - it’s about a black police detective from Philadelphia investigating murders in rural Mississippi, so I suspect it would meet that requirement for marginalized people aswell.
41st Academy Awards - Oliver! Okay so this one is a bit more nuanced. The film is an adaptation of Oliver Twist, and is thus about orphans living in an orphanage. I don’t think anybody would argue that they haven’t lived a life of near universal oppression, but do they meet the requirements? I don’t know. I’ll say that it doesn’t meet those requirements.
42nd Academy Awards - Midnight Cowboy: The film has a lot of gay themes, so I think it qualifies.
43rd Academy Awards - Patton: Does not meet any requirement.
44th Academy Awards - The French Connection: Does not meet any requirement.
45th Academy Awards - The Godfather: Does not meet any requirement. Unless you count the experience of Italian Americans as marginalized.
46th Academy Awards - The Sting: African American actor Robert Earl Jones plays one of the major roles.
47th Academy Awards - The Godfather Part II: Does not meet any requirement. Again, unless you count Italian experience in America.
48th Academy Awards - One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest: Besides dealing with mental health as a major plotline, Native American actor Will Sampson plays a major role in the film. This is the first time a Native American actor has been a lead in a film that won Best Picture.
49th Academy Awards - Rocky: African American actor Carl Weathers plays the film’s antagonist, Apollo Creed.
50th Academy Awards - Annie Hall: Director Woody Allen is Jewish.
51st Academy Awards - The Deer Hunter: Meryl Streep, a woman, plays one of the major roles.
52nd Academy Awards - Kramer vs. Kramer: Meryl Streep, again, meets the requirement.
53rd Academy Awards - Ordinary People: Deals with themes of mental illness.
54th Academy Awards - Chariots of Fire: A major storyline of the film concerns someone running to fight against prejudice, so it meets the requirement of the story of the marginalized.
55th Academy Awards - Ghandi: Lead actor Ben Kingsley, birth name Krishna Banjit, is of Indian descent. This is the first time a film with a lead actor of South Asian descent has won Best Picture.
56th Academy Awards - Terms of Endearment: Both lead actors are women.
57th Academy Awards - Amadeus: Lead actor F. Murray Abraham is of Syrian descent.
58th Academy Awards - Out of Africa: Meryl Streep, for the third time.
59th Academy Awards - Platoon: Supporting characters Keith David and Forest Whittaker are both African American.
60th Academy Awards - The Last Emperor: Other than Peter O’Toole, who plays a supporting character, every actor in this film is of East Asian descent. This is - unless I’m mistaken - the first time a film with a predominantly nonwhite cast has won for Best Picture.
61st Academy Awards - Rain Man: obviously, deals with the mentally impaired.
62nd Academy Awards - Driving Miss Daisy: Lead actor Morgan Freeman is African American; the other lead actor is Jessica Tandy, who is a woman. And it also deals with civil rights issues and racism.
63rd Academy Awards - Dances with Wolves: Other than Kevin Costner and Mary McDonnell, every actor in the film is of Native American descent. Fun fact: Although a recent Salon article railed against this film as “A white savior trope” (can you guess what ethnicity it’s author was?) The Sioux adopted Kevin Costner as an honorary member of their tribe for their portrayal in this movie, and other Native Americans at the time said “There's a lot of good feeling about the film in the Native community, especially among the tribes. I think it's going to be very hard to top this one.”
64th Academy Awards - The Silence of the Lambs: stars Jodie Foster and deals with LGBT themes.
65th Academy Awards - Unforgiven: Does not meet any of the requirements.
66th Academy Awards - Schindler’s List: Deals with the story of a marginalized group, Jewish people. Obviously racism and antisemitism as well.
67th Academy Awards - Forrest Gump: Deals with cognitive impairment.
68th Academy Awards - Braveheart: A few major characters are women.
69th Academy Awards - The English Patient: One of the lead characters, played by Juliette Binoche, is a woman. Naveen Andrews, who is a British actor of South Asian descent, also plays a major role in the film.
70th Academy Awards - Titanic: One of the leads, Kate Winslet, is a woman.
71st Academy Awards - Shakespeare in Love: Gwyneth Paltrow is a woman...but she plays a woman playing a man?
72nd Academy Awards - American Beauty: deals with LGBTQ Themes. This movie sure aged like milk, huh?
73rd Academy Awards - Gladiator: Djimon Hounso, who is of African descent, plays a major character in this film. It also deals with slavery?
74th Academy Awards - A Beautiful Mind: deals with mental illness.
75th Academy Awards - Chicago: both leads are women, and there are many supporting female characters.
76th Academy Awards - The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King: The Nazgul is killed by a woman..does that make her a major character? If so then this film meets a requirement, if not, it doesn’t. Can you believe this film only cost $90 million?
77th Academy Awards - Million Dollar Baby: Hillary Swank plays the main character, a woman, and Morgan Freeman plays a major supporting role. Also deals with cognitive impairment, and racism.
78th Academy Awards - Crash: Features (LUDA!) Chris Bridges, Terrence Howard, and Thandie Newton, who are all African American or of African descent; Also deals with racial issues. Also, by the way, fun fact: TERRIBLE movie.
79th Academy Awards - The Departed: Does not meet any requirements.
80th Academy Awards - No Country for Old Men: Does not meet any requirements.
81st Academy Awards - Slumdog Millionaire: Every actor is of South Asian descent; This is the first time a film with an all South Asian cast has won for Best Picture.
82nd Academy Awards - The Hurt Locker: Anthony Mackie, who is African American, plays a major role. The film also deals with the consequences of the Iraq War and American military actions; This is the first time a film directed by a woman has won for Best Picture.
83rd Academy Awards - The King’s Speech: Helena Bonham Carter plays Queen Elizabeth, a major role in the film.
84th Academy Awards - The Artist: One of the lead characters is a woman, played by Argentinian actress Berenice Bejo. Argentina is 97% white, does an Argentinian count as a person of color? I don’t know, honestly.
85th Academy Awards - Argo: Does not meet any of the requirements.
86th Academy Awards - 12 Years a Slave: Main character played by Chiwetel Ejiofor, a British actor of African descent, and Lupita Nyongo, a Mexican-American actress of African descent, plays a major role in the film as well.
87th Academy Awards - Birdman: Director Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu, as well as the Director of Photography, Emmanuel Lubezski, is Mexican.
88th Academy Awards - Spotlight: Deals with the Catholic church’s cover-up of their child abuse, so it meets the marginalized people requirement, I think.
89th Academy Awards - Moonlight: Deals with LGBT themes, features an all black cast. Fun fact: This is the lowest budgeted film to ever win for Best Picture, at $1.5 million. The CG that was added to the end of Men In Black, to put over the cockroach practical effect cost, in comparison, $4 million.
90th Academy Awards - The Shape of Water: Director Guillermo Del Toro is Mexican, and Octavia, who is African American, has a supporting role in the film.
91st Academy Awards - Green Book: One of the lead roles is played by Mahershala Ali, who is African American; The film also deals with racism issues, so it fulfills that requirement as well.
92nd Academy Awards - Parasite: Features an all East Asian cast. While I’ve seen it argued that Koreans who live in Korea today were not affected by the “Chinese” Exclusion Act in the United States, Korea was occupied by Japan during World War 2, so I would argue that they probably still feel the effects from that.
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2020.09.11 03:44 timmynoodles Dune Movie Art Direction BLAND&GENERIC SCIFI

Dune Movie Art Direction BLAND&GENERIC SCIFI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXMaGRfgOrg
TL:DR The costumes look like generic scifi, and the cinematography looks like an overcast day in Britain.
Just wanted to preface this with the fact that mainly, as a student artist, and aspiring concept artist, I just want to geek out, compare and discuss between my thoughts and sensibilities on the art direction with a more general audience's thoughts and sensibilities.I personally agree with much of the sentiment in the video above.
The critique is mainly towards the art direction(as I have no doubt Denis will deliver a thematically deep and thoughtful story overall).Mainly there being two concerns: first being the costumes look like generic scifi and second the cinematography is too grey and meh.
1.Generic Scifi Costumes
Imho the costume design mainly for the Sardaukar and Atreides battle suits seemed like generic scifi concept art, meaning they missed out on being characteristic ( visually communicating about the nature and personality of said character) of their corresponding faction, and making each one distinguishable at a glance from each other. This was the same critique with early marvel movie mob enemies. I mean like where is the Atreides Green? I thought the Harkonnens were supposed to be the black colored faction.
My initial reaction to the Fremen stillsuits was that they looked like some kind of motorcrossers.
https://preview.redd.it/45tlmhkp0fm51.jpg?width=1001&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c60826599472c63a94f7b1a71edc8430683ff611
Different layers of plastic padding, the knuckled gloves and trekking shoes. Although I have grown to like them overtime with the release of the trailer.

That said I do understand that Denis Villeneuve is going for a more martial, practical, minimalist aesthetic. There's also a lot of cool subtle, thoughtful detail on the design. And I don't really want Jodorowsky/Moebius level of exotic design. What looks good on paper and illustrations doesn't necessarily look good on film, especially if you're going for a more serious tone. I love the original Tron but I enjoyed a cool, retro cheesy feel from the art direction instead of the interesting anachronism between 70s technology and bronze age aesthetics from the original concept art. Guillermo del Toro is probably the only director I know of that can take weird, exotic ideas on paper and make them work on screen.
There's a fine line between those two goals of trying to be aesthetically interesting, yet not looking ridiculous.

  1. Grey Cinematography
The desert is probably some of the most of the beautiful places you can shoot in. In fact two of the most beautiful films of all time was shot there, Lawrence of Arabia (1962) and The Fall (2006). The desert has a sense of grandeur. An infinite blue sky above that makes you feel small, and a vast white hot sand that stretches to who knows where that makes you feel lost in another dimension. They have a way of swallowing your ego whole.

Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

The Fall (2006)
Also the monotony of the desert helps create simple graphic shapes. If there's anything that the noir movement taught us is that combining high contrast and wide shots, create simple graphic shapes, that make really pretty pictures.

High Contrast/Strong Simple Lighting+Wide Shot=pretty picture
Greg Fraiser's cinematography isn't bad at all, Lion(2016) was a pretty film. And of course I've only seen the Dune trailer and images. But from what I've seen he has a penchant for grey/desaturated which worked for him in Lion, because its a more personal story set in a dusty, gritty, messy urban setting. While Dune is more macro and philosophical. The characters are small caught in the interlocking forces of systems. And all this is complemented by the vast vibrant desert.

Lion(2016)

which is why I want roger deakins back, come on man, where's roger deakins, why isn't he behind that camera.
edit: I know it's just a trailer and knowing Villeneuve I have no doubt that the final will at the least be a really good film if not great. Sorry if I came off as trying to argue whether the film will be good or not.
I'm mainly just interested what peoples takes are on the design aspect and potential different views between artists whose sensibilities are oversaturated with always seeing all sorts of "cool" designs(and I suspect is why they always look for more unique designs), versus a general audience/fan.
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2020.09.05 03:25 audiaravind How should I to get into these directors' filmography?

I have yet to see a film or seen a few of the directors below filmography and was wondering if I should just start from the beginning or start from a more accessible work of theirs.
Charlie Kaufman
Billy Wilder
Guy Ritchie
Akira Kurosawa
Hitchcock (seen Psycho and Vertigo)
Terrence Malick
Spike Jonze
Wes Anderson
PTA (seen There Will Be Blood)
Alfonso Cuaron
Guillermo Del Toro(only seen Pacific Rim)
Andrei Tarkovsky
Stanley Kubrick (only seen 2001)
Ingmar Bergman
Woody Allen
Sergio Leone
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2020.09.04 22:31 AostheGreat Pacific Rim

Recently I watched a video by Jill Bearup, a YouTuber who took up stage combat as a hobby, about the scene in Pacific Rim where Mako and Raleigh have a sparring match/drift test/flirty fight.
Here's the scene by the way.
Towards the end of her video Jill Bearup said that Guillermo Del Toro filmed this scene like a sex scene, which stuck out to me.
First, if this scene is how Del Toro makes a sex scene, I (being not sex-repulsed) might want to see an actual Del Toro sex scene because it would probably be the first sex scene that actually accomplished something with the plot.
Second, have any of you lovely aces seen a sex scene like that? One that isn't just to make the audience quote Raymond Holt, "Titties, yes. I remember."
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2020.09.01 04:25 kissanimerume Watch First Trailer For Joann Sfar’s ‘Little Vampire,’ A ‘Love Letter To Classic Animated Movies’

After six years of production, Little Vampire is almost ready for the screen. The 2d family comedy, which played in competition at Annecy Festival, will be released in French theaters on October 21. In the meantime, the first trailer and posters have dropped.
The feature is directed by Joann Sfar, a comics artist and film director with a broad following in France and beyond. It is based on Sfar’s eponymous comics series (which is based in turn on an imaginary friend the artist concocted in his childhood). The books have been released in translation; one, Little Vampire Goes to School, became a New York Times bestseller.
Watch the trailer (in French) and read a portion of the official synopsis below:

Little Vampire lives in a haunted house with a jolly band of monsters, but he’s terribly bored. He’s been ten years old for 300 years now, and it’s been a while since he enjoyed pirate ships and the film club. His dream? To go to school and make some friends. But his parents are having none of it: the outside world is far too dangerous. Accompanied by his loyal bulldog Fantomate, Little Vampire secretly escapes from the mansion, determined to meet other children…
Sfar’s debut feature was Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life, a live-action biopic of the titular French singer. He followed it up with The Rabbi’s Cat, an Annecy-winning animated feature based on his comics of the same name which he co-directed with Antoine Delesvaux. He also directed a segment of the animated anthology feature The Prophet.
The director described the genesis of the Little Vampire film in a recent interview with Animation Magazine:
A tv show [based on the comics] was made 15 years ago, which was quite funny and creepy, but it didn’t have great animation. So, about ten years ago, we started to talk about making a cg-animated movie based on the books. An American studio and Guillermo del Toro were also involved … But we weren’t able to raise enough money to make a cg movie on the level of a Pixar or Dreamworks feature. You know, I hate it when European studios do cheap cgi movies. I don’t hate cg, but you need to do it well. So, we decided to make it in 2d.
He went on to say:
I can tell you that we had a lot less money than we did with [The] Rabbi’s Cat (12.5 million euros), but we had more time to make it. Our movie is a love letter to classic animated movies. In the eyes of a child, there is no hierarchy between 2d and cgi.
In June, Sfar launched the studio Magical Society with veteran French animation producer Aton Soumache (Playmobil: The Movie). It has around a dozen animated, live-action, and hybrid projects in development, including a hybrid mini-series based on treasured family book The Little Prince.
Magical Society is a co-producer on this film, alongside Studio Canal, La Cie Cinematographique & Panache Productions, France 3 Cinéma, Story, and RTBF. No U.S. distributor has been announced.
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2020.09.01 04:02 SeparateSeat2 Ranking the Three Amigos

The Three Amigos Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu, Guillermo del Toro, and Alfonso Cuaron are all best director winners with two of them even directing films that took home best picture. How would you rank the three of them and compare their strengths and weaknesses?
I'd say Alfonso Cuaron is the best one and might honestly be the best director working today. His use of long takes and his writing abilities are truly incredible. Roma has some of the most beautiful shots of the decade, Gravity was thrilling with the VFX work, and Children of Men has some fantastic action. Y Tu Mama Tambien is such a lovely simple story that's filled with complexity in the background. Cuaron has a sense of somberness in his films while still filled with hope.
Guillermo del Toro has made three amazing films with Pan's Labyrinth, Shape of Water, and Devil's Backbone. I love how imaginative they are and he moves his camera with such a kinetic momentum and confidence. His movies feel like love letters to the past with his filmmaking style and he really knows how to direct children. Some of his other stuff I think is average but he makes good use of visuals and handles his action well.
Inarritu I think is the weakest of the three. Amores Perros is very tightly plotted and the themes resonate strongly. 21 Grams and Babel feel like more of the same and can be frustrating due to being convoluted and forced. Biutiful is better especially with the Bardem performance but I found the movie as a hole to be misery porn. However Birdman and The Revenant are excellent films with some great action and kinetic camera movement.
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2020.09.01 04:01 SeparateSeat2 Ranking The Three Amigos

The Three Amigos Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu, Guillermo del Toro, and Alfonso Cuaron are all best director winners with two of them even directing films that took home best picture. How would you rank the three of them and compare their strengths and weaknesses?
I'd say Alfonso Cuaron is the best one and might honestly be the best director working today. His use of long takes and his writing abilities are truly incredible. Roma has some of the most beautiful shots of the decade, Gravity was thrilling with the VFX work, and Children of Men has some fantastic action. Y Tu Mama Tambien is such a lovely simple story that's filled with complexity in the background. Cuaron has a sense of somberness in his films while still filled with hope.
Guillermo del Toro has made three amazing films with Pan's Labyrinth, Shape of Water, and Devil's Backbone. I love how imaginative they are and he moves his camera with such a kinetic momentum and confidence. His movies feel like love letters to the past with his filmmaking style and he really knows how to direct children. Some of his other stuff I think is average but he makes good use of visuals and handles his action well.
Inarritu I think is the weakest of the three. Amores Perros is very tightly plotted and the themes resonate strongly. 21 Grams and Babel feel like more of the same and can be frustrating due to being convoluted and forced. Biutiful is better especially with the Bardem performance but I found the movie as a hole to be misery porn. However Birdman and The Revenant are excellent films with some great action and kinetic camera movement.
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2020.08.30 17:40 l_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_l (+1904) Guillermo Del FREAKIN' Toro emailed me an honest & constructive critique of my short film!

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2020.08.30 02:21 sgavary Deadman film

Guillermo Del Toro wants to make a film based on Deadman, which I think is a match made in Heaven. However in my opinion the movie would be perfect if it was hybrid animated film, like Tim Burton inspired stop motion for the mortal world and normal beings while hand drawn is used for supernatural beings and places, also it should have characters like the Spectre or even the Sandman as some of the various supernatural beings that Deadman comes across. What do you guys think?
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2020.08.29 17:32 Levi565 Ateist olduğu bilinen ünlü insanlar tam liste

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Amartya Kumar Sen (d. 1933), 1998 Nobel Ekonomi Ödülü sahibi Hint ekonomist.
Alan Turing (1912–1954), İngiliz matematikçi. Modern bilgisayar biliminin kurucusu.
Ali Nesin (1959-): Türk matematikçi.
Aziz Nesin (1915-1995), Türk yazar.
Adithya
Adalet Ağaoğlu (1929-2020): Türk yazar.
Alejandro Amenábar (1972): İspanyol asıllı yönetmen.
Adam Carolla
Asia Carrera
Adrianne Curry
Ali Demirsoy (1945-): Türk biyolog, entomoloji ve entomoloji dalında evrimsel biyoloji uzmanı.
Arnaud Denjoy (1884–1974): Fransız matematikçi
Andrew Denton
Alan Davies
Albert Einstein
Amanda Donohoe
Albert Ellis (1913–2007): Amerikalı psikolog Ayşe Hür (1956-): Türk araştırmacı yazar.
Alfred Kinsey (1894–1956): Amerikalı biyolog, zooloji profesörü.
Ali Mehmet Celâl Şengör (1955-): Türk jeolog, profesör.
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Bruce Lee (1940 - 1973)
Bill Maher
Brandy Alexandre
Brannon Braga
Billy Connolly
Ben Elton
Beverly Halstead (1933–1991): İngiliz paleontolog.
Barbaros Şansal (1957-): Türk moda tasarımcısı.
Brad Pitt (1963-), Amerikalı oyuncu
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Can Yücel (1926-1999): Türk şair.
Claude Shannon (1916–2001): Amerikalı elektrik mühendisi, matematikçi.
Christer Fuglesang (1957–), İsveçli astronot ve fizikçi.
Charlie Brooker
Christopher Eccleston
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David Sloan Wilson (1949–): Amerikalı evrim biyoloğu.
Derek J. de Solla Price (1922–1983): Britanyalı-Amerikan bilim tarihçisi.
Douglas Adams (1952-2001): İngiliz bilimkurgu yazarı.
Daniel Radcliffe (1989-): İngiliz oyuncu.
Derren Brown
David Cronenberg
David Cross
David Edgar
Desmond Morris (1928–): İngiliz zoolog ve etnolog
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Eleazar Sukenik (1889–1953): İsrailli arkeolog. Kudüs İbrani Üniversitesi profesörü.
Elizur Wright (1804–1885): Amerikalı matematikçi.
Ertuğrul Kürkçü (1948–): Sosyalist aktivist, yayıncı ve yazar.
E. T. 'Teddy' Hall (1924–2001): İngiliz arkeolog.
Erdoğan Aydın (1957-): Türk tarih araştırmacısı, gazeteci, yazar.
Edward Battersby Bailey (1881–1965): İngiliz jeolog, Britanya Jeoloji Akademisi’nin yöneticisi.
EricFromm (1900-1980): Yahudi kökenli Alman sosyal psikoloji uzmanı, filozof.
Eva Green (1980–)
Ernst Mayr (1904–2005): Taksonomist, tropikal kâşif, bilim tarihçisi, doğacı.
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Francis Perrin (1901–1992): Fransız fizikçi.
Fazıl Say (1970-): Türk müzisyen, piyanist, besteci.
Frank J. Tipler (1947–): Amerikalı fizik ve matematik profesörü.
Félix Le Dantec (1869–1917): Fransız biyolog.
Frédéric Joliot-Curie (1900–1958): Nobel Ödülü sahibi Fransız fizikçi.
Fikret Kızılok (1946-2001): Türk rock müziği sanatçısı.
Fred ArmisenFrank Close (1845–1879): İngiliz fizikçi. Oxford Üniversitesi’nde fizik profesörü.
Francis Crick (1916–2004): İngiliz moleküler biyolog, fizikçi. 1953’te DNA moleküllerini bulan kişidir. Nobel Ödülü sahibidir.
Frances Farmer
Fritz Müller (1821–1897): Alman biyolog. Evrim teorisyenlerinden.
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Gün Zileli (1946-): Türk anarşist yazar, çevirmen.
G. H. Hardy (1877–1947): İngiliz matematikçi.
George Carlin
Guillermo del Toro
Gherman Titov (1935–2000): Sovyet astronot. Dünya yörüngesine çıkan ikinci insan.
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Hermann Joseph Muller (1890–1967): Amerikalı genetikçi, eğitimci. 1946 Nobel Ödülü sahibi
H. Christopher Longuet-Higgins (1923–2004): İngiliz kimya teorisyeni.
Halil Berktay (1947-): Türk tarihçi.
Hermann Bondi (1919–2005): Avusturyalı kozmolog. Büyük patlama teorisine karşı sunulan durağan durum teorisinin savunucusu.
Howard Dalton (1944–2008): İngiliz mikrobiyolog
Harold Kroto (1939 - 2016), 1996 Nobel Ödülü sahibi kimyacı.
Hugh Laurie
I-İ
İlhan Arsel (1920-2010): Türk anayasa hukukçusu, araştırmacı, senatör.
Ivan Pavlov (1849–1936): Nobel Ödülü sahibi Rus fizyolog, psikolog ve hekim.
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John Allen Paulos (1945–): Matematik profesörü.
James D. Watson (1928–): DNA yapısı hakkında yaptığı çalışmalarla 1962 Nobel Ödülü’nün sahibi.
Jeff Medkeff (1968–2008): Amerikalı astronomi bilgini.
Jonathan Miller(1934–): Britanyalı fizikçi, aktör, tiyatrocu ve operacı, tv sunucusu. 2004’te televizyonda 'Atheism: A Rough History of Disbelief (Ateizm: Şüphe Tarihinin bir Taslağı) adlı programı hazırladı ve sundu.
Jacques Monod (1910–1976): Fransız biyolog. 1965 Nobel Ödülü sahibi.
John MalkovichJohn Maynard Smith (1920–2004): Britanyalı evrim biyoloğu ve genetikçi.
Jodie Foster
Joe Ahearne
Jane Asher
Julius Axelrod (1912–2004): Amerikalı Nobel Ödülü sahibi biyokimyacı.
Joan Bakewell
Javier Bardem (1969-): İspanyol sinema oyuncusu.
Jim Broadbent
John Leslie (1766–1832): İskoç matematikçi ve fizikçi.
Jonathan Haidt (c.1964–): Virginia Üniversitesi'nde psikoloji uzmanı.
Jeremy Brock
James Cameron
Jimmy Carr
Jeremy ClarksonSir Julian Huxley (1887–1975): İngiliz evrimsel biyolog.
Jim Cornette
John Doyle
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Keanu Reeves
Keith Allen
Kevin Bacon (1958-): Amerikalı aktör.
Kari Byron
Kathy Griffin
Katharine Hepburn
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Leonard Susskind (1940–): Amerikalı fizik teorisyeni, Stanford Üniversitesi’nde profesör. Süpersicim kuramının yaratıcısı.
Linus Torvalds (1969–): Finlandiyalı yazılım mühendisi. Bugün dünyada hızla yaygınlaşan Linux işletim sisteminin çekirdeğini yazan kişi.
Lewis Wolpert: Biyolog.
Linus Pauling (1901–1994): Amerikalı kimyacı. 1954 Nobel Kimya Ödülü’nü, 1962’de Nobel Barış Ödülü’nü kazandı.
Larry King
Luis Buñuel
Leon Festinger (1919–1989): Amerikalı sosyal psikoloji uzmanı..Lancelot Hogben (1895–1975): İngiliz zoolog.
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Mark Zuckerberg (1984–): Facebook kurucusu ve CEO'su.
Mîna Urgan (1915-2000): Türk yazar, filolog, çevirmen.
Michael Smith (1932–2000): Kanada doğumlu Britanyalı biyokimyacı. 1993 Nobel Ödülü sahibi.
Mary Adams
Michelangelo Antonioni (1912-2007): İtalyan film yönetmeni.
Massimo Pigliucci (1964–): Stony Brook Üniversitesi'nde evrim ve çevre bilimi profesörü.
Murat Belge (1943-): Türk yazar, çevirmen, siyasi aktivist.
Matthew Turner (ö. 1789?): Kimyager.
Matthew Chapman
Mackenzie Crook
Marie Curie (1867–1934): Nobel fizik ve kimya ödüllü fizikçi.
Marlene Dietrich
Matt Smith
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Norman Pirie (1954–): Britanyalı biyokimyacı. DNA ve RNA çalışmaları yapıyor.
Nicholas Humphrey (1943–): Britanyalı psikolog.
Noël Coward
Natalie Dormer
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Oliver Sacks (1933–): Amerikalı nöroloji uzmanı.
Orla Brady
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Peter D. Mitchell (1920–1992): 1978 Nobel Ödülü sahibi biyokimyacı.
Phillip Adams
Peter Atkins (1940–): İngiltere’de Oxford‘da kimya profesörü.
Patrick Bateson (1938–): İngiliz biyolog ve bilim yazarı, Cambridge Üniversitesi’nde profesör ve Londra Zooloji Topluluğu başkanı.
Pelin Batu (1978-): Türk oyuncu, şair ve tarihçi.
Peter Medawar (1915–1987): Psikolog. Nobel Psikoloji Ödülü sahibi.
Paul Bettany (1971-): İngiliz aktör.
Patrick Blackett (1897–1974): Nobel Fizik Ödülü sahibi.
Paul D. Boyer (1918–2018): Amerikalı biyokimyacı .
Philip Jack Brooks (CM Punk) (1978–): Profesyonel güreşçi.
PZ Myers (1957–): Amerikalı biyoloji profesörü.
Peter Caffrey
Phyllis Diller
Paul Giamatti
Peter Higgs (1929–): Britanyalı fizik teorisyeni.
Paul Nurse (1949–): 2001 Nobel Ödülü sahibi.
Pablo Picasso
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Robert Altman (1925-2006): Amerikalı yönetmen.
Robert Bresson
Ruth Mack Brunswick (1897–1946): Amerikalı psikolog.
Richard Carleton
Rodney Dangerfield
Rob Reiner
Richard J. Roberts (1943–): Britanyalı biyokimyacı, moleküler biyolog. 1993’te tıp alanında Nobel Ödülü kazandı.
Ronald Plasterk (1957–): Moleküler genetikçi.
Roman Polanski
Russell T Davies
Richard Dawkins (1941–): İngiliz zoolog, biyolog, Oxford’da profesör. Yazdığı kitaplar Batı dünyasında en çok satanlar arasına girdi. Ateizmin önde gelen savunucularındandır.
Richard Feynman (1918–1988): Amerikalı fizikçi. 1965 Nobel Fizik Ödülü sahibi.
Ricky Gervais (1984-): İngiliz komedyen.
Richard Leakey (1944–): Kenyalı paleontolog, arkeolog ve çevreci.
Richard Stallman (1953–): Amerikalı bilgisayar uzmanı, aktivist, yazılım uzmanı.
Robert Sapolsky (1957–): Stanford Üniversitesi’nde profesör.
Raymond Tallis (1946–): Filozof.
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Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923): Fransız tiyatro oyuncusu.
Susan Blackmore (1951–): İngiliz psikolog.
Sean M. Carroll (1956–): Amerikalı kozmolog.
Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (1910–1995): Nobel Fizik Ödülü sahibi astrofizikçi.
Scott Clifton
Stanley Donen
Stanley Kubrick
Sergei Eisenstein
Sigmund Freud (1856–1939): Yahudi kökenli Avusturyalı psikolog, Psikanalizin kurucusu.
Stephen Jay Gould (1941–2002): Amerikalı paleontolog, biyolog ve bilim tarihçisi.
Susan Greenfield, Baroness Greenfield, (1950–): İngiliz bilim insanı.
Serra Yılmaz (1954-): Türk tiyatro, sinema ve dizi oyuncusu, çevirmen.
Steven Pinker (1954–): Kanadalı psikolog.
Steven Rose (1938–): Londra Üniversitesi'nde biyoloji profesörü.
Steve Wozniak (1950–): Amerikalı bilgisayar mühendisi, Apple çalışanı.
Sevan Nişanyan (1956-)
Steven Weinberg (1933–): Amerikalı fizik teorisyeni. 1979 Nobel Fizik Ödülü sahibi.
Steve Jones (1944–): Britanyalı genetik profesörü.
Sasha Grey (1988–)
Sir James Hall (1761–1832): İskoç jeolog ve kimyacı.
Sam Harris (1967–): Amerikalı nörolog, filozof ve yazar.
Stephen Hawking. Evren bilimci.
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Terence Davies
Turan Dursun (1934-1990)
Theo van Gogh (1957–2004)
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Victor Weisskopf (1908–1972): Avusturya kökenli Amerikalı fizik teorisyeni.
Victor J. Stenger (1935–): Amerikalı fizik profesörü.
Vitaly Ginzburg (1916–): Rus fizikçi. 2003 Nobel Fizik Ödülü sahibi.
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W. Grey Walter (1910–1977): Amerikalı nörofizyolog.
Woody Allen (1935-): Amerikalı film yönetmeni, senaryo yazarı, aktör, stand-upçı, oyun yazarı, öykücü ve müzisyen
Wil Anderson
William Kingdon Clifford (1845–1879): İngiliz matematikçi ve filozof.
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2020.08.26 13:23 finnagains How Bradley Cooper and Paul Thomas Anderson Are Safely Filming Their New Movie Amid the Covid Pandemic - By Andrew Shuster (Mediaite) 25 Aug 2020

Paul Thomas Anderson has started production on a new movie starring Bradley Cooper amid the coronavirus pandemic. The project, which is being shot on location in Los Angeles, marks one of the few Hollywood productions not being filmed on a secluded studio soundstage. Still, serious safety measures are being taken to ensure that the cast and crew remain healthy while filming.
On Monday, photos emerged of Cooper shooting a scene at a gas station in Encino while decked out in ‘70s attire. He was snapped chatting with Anderson in between takes, but the Boogie Nights director was donning a face mask, as were the other members of the behind-the-scenes crew. The upcoming movie doesn’t have an official title, but it’s shooting under the codename Soggy Bottom. Sources involved in the production tell us face masks and shields are being worn on set by everyone behind the camera, while weekly testing is in place for the entire cast and crew.
Few plot details are known about the film, but it’s being described as a coming-of-age ensemble drama set in the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s. The film reportedly involves multiple storylines revolving around a high school student who’s also a famous child star. It’s unclear what role Cooper plays in the film and no other cast members have been announced at this time. Anderson is no stranger to big ensembles set in Los Angeles. Boogie Nights, Magnolia and Inherent Vice are among his other character-driven films that take place in the region.
The secretive project was initially gearing up for a spring start date prior to the Covid-19 shutdown. A late-summer shoot doesn’t mark much of a delay, but the same can’t be said for Nightmare Alley, the Guillermo del Toro thriller that Cooper had been shooting in Canada before production was delayed indefinitely.
Del Toro revealed during a Comic Con at Home panel last month that Nightmare Alley will resume shooting once they can accommodate everyone’s schedule. It seems Anderson’s movie is taking precedent for now. Del Toro also addressed the challenges of safely filming his new movie, in which Cooper plays a con man working at a carnival. “You have to be sterile,” del Toro said about on-set protocol once production is back underway. “You have to have everybody in conditions that are almost clinical, but you have to re-enact the carnival with the extras and everything… There’s dozens and dozens of pages of caution that we had to really consider.”
Many Hollywood productions still remain shuttered despite some restrictions on shooting being lifted. In June, several Hollywood unions — including the Screen Actors Guild and the Directors Guild – published a 36-page document titled “The Safe Way Forward,” which provided guidelines for resuming production as cautiously as possible. Some of the safety measures being implemented include frequent testing, clean sets, personal protective equipment for crew members and enforcing social distancing whenever feasible.
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2020.08.25 03:40 rtsull Tales of Arcadia Shorts

How would you feel about Guillermo del Toro making a set of arcadia shorts that shows the additional adventures of all our favorite heroes. One thing I liked about the shorts Disney releases for it's shows( Tangled, Big hero 6, Gravity Falls, etc) is that it gives us insight in what the characters do when they are not having a 20+ minute adventure. However doing TOA shorts could do more than just that. Having these shorts can help fill in the blanks of our characters lives that the original series merely implied. Several stories ideas they could show include
But what do you think? Would you like to see some arcadian shorts or do you think we have more than enough?
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2020.08.24 16:57 pensivewombat I'm working on a new podcast about production design and set decoration called Burning Sofa

Hi everyone, apologies for the self-promotion, but I'm hoping that this is something this sub will appreciate. When we talk about filmmaking we tend to focus on the work of Directors and DPs, and occasionally editors like myself will get a bit of attention, but as we all know there are a thousand moving parts that go into film and TV production.
I recently started editing the podcast Burning Sofa, which is an attempt to give a behind the scenes look at the art department. This link is to part 1 of our interview with Jeff Melvin, the Oscar-Winning set decorator for The Shape of Water, because I think it's a good introduction to the show and I'm sure many of you would be interested in some stories about working with Guillermo del Toro.
https://open.spotify.com/episode/0RM0h68b5iZauHCc6blCEX?si=2u2CHjlaQF2vNg_2JFoR-w
Past guests have included Tiffany Zappula (House of Cards, Veep) and Scott Chambliss, who has worked on almost every JJ Abrams project.
It's still a very new project so all feedback is greatly appreciated!
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