2010-01-31

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2010-01-30

On the Town un film de Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly - Retrospective

TSPDT Greatest Films #515 On the Town (Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly, 1949)
On my quest to see the 1000 Greatest Films of all time from They Shoot Pictures Don't They? I have the luck to have a television channel (Cine Pop) that presents classic films from the 40's to this day. This morning was the presentation of one of the best technicolor musicals of the 40's; Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly's On the Town. The story is very simple, three sailors have a 24 hour permission in New York City. One of them wants to see all the landmarks (Sinatra), the other wants to meet a girl (Kelly) (well the three of them ends with a girl, please don't act surprised here!) and the last one just want ot have fun (Munshin).
A predecessor to their 1952 masterpiece Singin' In The Rain, this one is entertainning as well and very well choregraphed too. But it doesn't have the depths we can find in the story of Singin'In The Rain. Some scenes are written to present the wonderful dances by Kelly and the numerous girls of the film. The funny side is more present here too. The dance in the Natural Museum is hilarious and has a cartoonish look.
I think the thing that bothered me the most was the precipitated ending and that some gags don't hold up enough for the quality of the feature. For an musical comedy fans this is a Highly Recommended film and I personnally would recommend it to anyone who appreciate a classic entertainment of the 40's.

A Film retrospective by Michaël Parent

2010-01-29

Merci YouTube!!! Part XIV

Shohei Immamura's Ballad of Narayama of 1983.

2010-01-28

Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice un film de Yasujiro Ozu - Retrospective

Ozu's films are often categorized in periods or chapters of his filmography (Early or Silent films Late Ozu or Materpiece period). The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice of 1952 can be categorized as one of his later masterpieces. Just before his main film Tokyo Story (1953) and after Early Summer (1951). Being the fourth film I've seen from him this is made the one I appreciated the most. Why? I think it may not be that far better than Tokyo Story, Late Spring, or Early Summer but I think this is a director which the most films you see of him the more you appreciate his style, his vision, his storytelling, and his directing qualities.

The more japanese of japanese directors always been frown upon and snobbed for his two main contemporaries Akira Kurosawa and Kenji Mizoguchi. They were always the representants of Japan in Cannes and in the international festivals. Like many artists sadly, it's after his death he becma to be habilited into world Cinema and regarded as one of the main figures of his art. The stories depicted in his films are common and regular issues of normal japanese people, with contemporary stories, without swordsmen/samurais, without spectacular scenes or events, and during the little moments of our lives.

His style, with a low camera and few movements of it is very contemplative. He is, of the three main japanese directors of his period the closest to documentary style and natural life emotions.

In The Flavor of Green Tea over Rice one of his recurring theme is used to illustrate the main story of his film; food. When the husband illustrate to his wife how he sees life and happiness through simple food and he compares them together to green tea penetrating the rice to make a dish that he finds really good it makes the best scene of the film. Without being spectacular or too emotive it's a magical moment made by Ozu here. It's a simple story about simple people not too dramatic or comical but just the right touch to it to make it a comedy of manners signed Ozu. Visually it's a stunning film with few movements of camera that accentuate the scenes and the nice rythm of the film.

It's weird but also I think it's there, it has a touch of a feel good movie where at the end every piece falls into it's right place.

A filme review by Michaël Parent

Visite à la Cinémathèque québécoise



For my day job (Archivist) I had the chance to work at the Cinémathèque québécoise. A place I am ashamed to say, I had never visited before. There is an exhibition of pictures taken during the production of many films made by Quebec's finest directors. Curently, there's a free projection of a hommage made to Alfred Hitchcock with professionnal imitators and filmed with all his own directing style.
As an Archivist, I could take and dip into the Cinémathèque's Archives to discover many boxes with the names of Michel Brault, Pierre Perrault, Claude Jutra, etc. Well, if I only had the chance to open those boxes and go through these documents I'm sure there are many treasures in there.
If I were living in Montréal I would certainly be a member of the Cinémathèque because their programmation is very interesting and there's a good variety of films shown. Presently there's a Glauber Rocha retrospective running on.
I recommand a visit at the Cinémathèque québécoise to anyone interested by the 7th art for his expositions on the history of television and Cinema but also for his awesome programmation.



Dans le cadre de mon travail (je suis archiviste) j'ai eu la chance de travailler dernièrement à la Cinémathèque québécoise. J'ai honte de vous l'avouer, mais je n'avais jamais visité cette institution. Près du hall d'entrée il y a une exposition de photographies de tournages de films des plus éminents cinéastes québécois. De plus, gratuitement près de ce hall il y a une projection faite avec des imitateurs professionnels d'Alfred Hitchcock pour lui rendre hommage. Tourné avec le même style unique d'Hitchcock, ce court métrage vaut le détour.
Comme j'ai eu à y travaillé et vue mon statut professionnel j'ai été en mesure de me faire inviter dans la réserve des Archives de la Cinémathèque. Endroit ou sont stockées plusieurs boîtes d'Archives de cinéastes et scénaristes du Québec. Des boîtes identifiées Michel Brault, Claude Jutra, Pierre Perreault, etc. Bref, je n'ai pas osé ouvrir ces boîtes mais juste d'imaginer leur contenu j'en salivais déjà!
Si j'avais le malheur d'être établi à Montréal soyez assuré que je serais membre de la Cinémathèque pour sa programmation et la variété des projections proposées. Par exemple, présentement il y a une rétrospective sur Glauber Rocha, des films de Louis Feuillade et plusieurs films de divers horizons sur 16 mm, 35 mm, Beta, etc.
Je recommande donc une visite à tout maniaque de Cinéma qui se respecte à la Cinémathèque québécoise autant pour son exposition sur l'histoire de la télévision et du Cinéma que pour sa superbe programmation!

2010-01-23

Merci YouTube!!! Part XIII

Howard Hawks' Scarface (1932) The original Scarface that shows all of Hawks directing skills. This is one of the most violent gangster films ever made by Hollywood.

Scarface
(1932) de Howard Hawks. Le Scarface original qui démontre tout le talent de metteur en scène de Hawks en plus d'être l'un des films de gangster les plus violents de l'histoire du Cinéma.


Millénium; Les Hommes qui n'aimaient pas les femmes de Niels Arden Oplev

Millénium; Le Film de Niels Arden Oplev 8/10

Fort du succès en librairie de son jumeau Les Hommes qui n'aimaient pas les femmes, Millénium; le Film n'a pas eu besoin de publicité très élaborée pour attirer ses lecteurs en salle. Une bande annonce accrocheuse et une affiche efficace rappelant la couverture sobre du roman ont suffi pour le Québec.

Étant l'un des lecteurs de Stieg Larsson, le film m'a paru une suite logique dans mon cheminement dans le monde de Lisbeth et Mikael. Fait entièrement en Suède et tiré du roman du défunt Larsson, Millénium; Le Film relate l'histoire d'un journaliste économique, Mikael Blomkvist, qui sort perdant d'un procès pour diffamation et qui accepte de bosser pour un ancien grand PDG de l'industrie suédoise afin de découvrir des nouveaux éléments dans la disparition de sa nièce. De l'autre côté nous voyons l'histoire d'une jeune femme renfermée et très "Dark" du nom de Lisbeth Salander mais qui s'avère un génie informatique du "hacking". De fil en aiguille ils feront affaire ensembles pour découvrir une histoire qui ose relever plusieurs tabous qui touchent la Suède d'hier et d'aujourd'hui.

L'enquête est très dynamique et les découvertes nous gardent en haleine tout le long du récit. Plusieurs scènes sont dures et ne s'adressent pas à un auditoire fragile et sensible. Cependant, c'est une adaptation sans compromis commercial et de censure. Le passé National-Socialiste de la Suède et le viol de femmes est soulevé sans fioritures et mérite d'être félicité car on réussi à ne pas dédramatiser ces éléments trop souvent passés rapidement et oubliés. La force du récit de Larsson est de passer un message sérieux dans un contenu attrayant et divertissant.

Bref, un film qui fait réfléchir et qui dénonce sans s'enfoncer dans le mélo-drame.

*Retranscription de ma critique publiée précédemment à: www.thecinephile.co.nr

Une critique de Michaël Parent

2010-01-22

Up un film de Pete Docter

Up de Pete Docter 8.6 / 10

Depuis plus de dix ans la conquête du 3D dans le film d'animation n'a pas cessée d'évoluer. Le détail et la qualité de chaque nouveau film surpasse le précédent. Cependant, comme dans le blockbuster et le film à grand budget la qualité des effets spéciaux ne fait pas la qualité du film en soit. De plus, le public ciblé par le film d'animation est, sauf preuve du contraire, un public d'admission générale. Ainsi, pondre une histoire qui peut interpeller un vaste public et ravir tous et chacun est une tâche plus que ardue.

Dans le cas de Up, c'est un travail réussi. La qualité des images et des animations est parfaite. Du côté de l'histoire, on nous transporte comme seul les plus grands classiques de Disney ont su le faire. C'est un des cinq meilleurs films d'animation de tous les temps. La force du récit est qu'il comporte une histoire où l'on ne considère pas les enfants comme des idiots et où l'imagination est au rendez-vous. L'imagination, c'est la première valeur et la première qualité que l'on devrait nous imposer lors de notre naissance. C'est l'essence de la soif de savoir, de la curiosité, de la création, du surpassement de soi et le premier pas vers la solution à tous nos problèmes.

Up nous raconte l'histoire de la vie de M. Frederickson qui vient de perdre sa tant aimée épouse avec qui il vécue une vie presque remplie. Une seule chose lui a manquée et il pourra y remédier grâce à son départ avec sa maison soulevée par des milliers de ballons gonflés à l'hélium. Se grefferont à lui le jeune scout Russell, le désopilant Doug et le criard Kevin. Bref, on passe en leur compagnie un voyage drôle, agréable et charmant et pas seulement pour les enfants!

*Retranscription de ma critique publiée précédemment à: www.thecinephile.co.nr

Une critique de Michaël Parent

2010-01-19

The Limits of Control un film de Jim Jarmusch

The Limits of Control de Jim Jarmusch 8.9/10

Retournant à son style plus contemplatif et mesquin (lire ici: mesquin envers son auditoire) que son précédent Broken Flowers, Jarmusch nous offre un film proche de la perfection. J'écris bien proche et non parfait. Son personnage principal, joué par De Bankolé, est un homme de peu de mots et de peu d'action. L'acteur nous livre une performance hypnoptisante et captivante. Sa quête nous reste inconnue jusqu'au dénouement final, qui je vous le dit, vaut le détour.

La réalisation de Jarmusch est encore une fois très efficace et à mon humble avis l'une de ses meilleures. On y retrouve ses obsessions habituelles; les nombreuses références au Cinéma des années 50 et 60, des personnages dessinés au marqueur noir et coloriés au ridicule, une histoire sans trompette ni fanfare ainsi qu'une panoplie d'acteurs de talents. Chaque élément énoncé, montré et traité fait rapport à l'histoire et tout élément est à considérer. C'est un Cinéma pur et tamisé. Seul bémol, il demande une bonne connaissance du Cinéma pour en apprécier ses valeurs profondes. C'est un film qui me fait penser à un bon vin que l'on paie 30$ la bouteille mais que l'on n'aurait pas les papilles pour en apprécier toute les qualités.

De plus, la bande sonore est réalisée par un band très intéressant du nom de Boris et qui se prête parfaitement aux atmosphères du film.

Finalement, Jarmusch nous évoque une guérilla qu'il a entreprise depuis ses débuts au Cinéma et qui se résume dans le titre de son oeuvre; The Limits of Control. Pour cinéphiles avertis seulement.

*Retranscription de ma critique publiée précédemment à: www.thecinephile.co.nr

Une critique de Michaël Parent

2010-01-18

Sullivan's Travels - Mini-Review

TSPDT Greatest Films #128 Sullivan's Travels (Preston Sturges, 1941)

After having seen Preston Sturges' The Lady Eve that he made the same year, 1941, I was charmed by his slapstick comedy, his style, his dialogues, and the accessibility of his films. In Sullivan's Travels Joel McCrea plays a director who's tired of making the same old films and he wants to make the story of a hobo. So he tries to live like a hobo and in his journey he finds what the real people like to see in the theater. He also finds a girl, "There's always a girl in the story!".

Well, compared to The Lady Eve, Sullivan's Travels is a little bit inferior, but still very good and it takes a spot on my Top 10 of the year 1941.

Michaël Parent

2010-01-17

Ma Nuit chez Maud de Eric Rohmer - Retrospective

TSPDT Greatest Films #282 Ma Nuit chez Maud (Éric Rohmer, 1969)


To pay a tribute to one of the most important figures of the French New Wave and of the French film history, Eric Rohmer who just past away this week I choose to discover and analyze one of his better works; Ma Nuit chez Maud (1969). Being the third chapter of his six moral tales, Maude's is for many his best film. I'm ashamed to say that before saturday January 16 2010 I haven't seen one of his films. This short essay will try to pay tribute and erase my lack knowledge about Rohmer's films.

Ma Nuit chez Maude starts with the main character, Jean-Louis, played by Jean-Louis Trintignant as a 34 years old engineer converted to catholicism who believes in true love. He will confront his ideas with one of his best friends Vidal and the newly encountered Maude (who are by the way atheists) about their visions on life, love, friendship, Pascal, and marriage. In the beginning, Jean-Louis says he's gonna marry Françoise but slowly falls in love with Maude and her straightforward attitude.

The narrative of the film stands close to Antonioni's style, who is a big influence on Rohmer's films, with clean and shaky black and white images, long takes; especially with the openning sequence which is silent for nearly five minutes. The scenes are long and the characters slowly enter and exit the image. This is clearly a French New Wave film but many aspects of it are taken from the Italian Neorealism especially. Rohmer tried to minimize the narrative effects on his story to take his Film as near as possible to reality. That's something, the Italian Neorealists wanted to do, especially Antonioni and Rossellini. On the other hand, Rohmer was openly a supporter of the work of Hitchcock and Hawks as the other directors of the French New Wave. Some narrative elements of Ma Nuit chez Maude are directly taken from those two masters who never hesitated to insert long silent sequences into their films. The esthetic and the camera angles are clearly influenced by the films of Alfred Hitchcock. The story of the film may seem a little flaw with its slow rythm but when it all comes into place it fits perfectly. I think it may have influenced Sofia Coppola on her Lost in Translation.

I didn't really got into Ma Nuit chez Maud in the first place. But after a little refexion and some time I think it's a very deep film that enters your mind and works on it. In this case, I think it's a great movie especially when afterward it continues to grow within you. I'm proud of letting myself immerge into Eric Rohmer's filmography.

Reposez en paix Monsieur Rohmer!

A film Retrospective by Michaël Parent

2010-01-15

Merci YouTube!!! Part XII

Kenji Mizoguchi's Sansho the Bailiff made in 1954. A true masterpiece!

Sansho dayu de Kenji Mizoguchi de 1954. Un vrai chef-d'œuvre!


2010-01-13

Up in the Air un film de Jason Reitman

From the director of Juno and Thank You for Smoking, Jason Reitman son of Ivan, presents a sometimes romantic / sometimes drama / sometimes comedy / sometimes off-beat film of a man Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) who's job is his perfect life; he is hired by companies to fire people all around America. He loves to travel and he loves the fact that he has no strings attached anywhere. Until, his dreamjob meets technology and new advancements. Well, I don't want to ruin any punch to anyone, so my summary will end here. I think it's a very good story.

I enjoyed Juno and all its teenage goofyness melancholy and I haven't seen Thank You for Smoking yet. But, I had many problems with Up in the Air that doesn't seem to fit into comedy or drama or romantic comedy. I don't need a film to be defined as clear as black and white but sometimes the situations don't fit into any genre and some scenes go everywhere. On the other side I disliked the fact that they had to put scenes of interviews with people who had been fired who express their feelings and their motivations to make the film more human. It's a cold film and the color I could put on that movie is definitly Grey. Like Bingham's apartment, it has no personnality and you don't want to stay there.

Anyway, the film is off-beat but it's not like if you're stuck in a traffic jam, it flows right and the rythm is good. I really liked the story but in my opinion, it was not well exploited. The first act goes really well but after I think some strings are messed up big time. For this reason I think it's the kind of movie you like when just watched it. And then, five years later you don't really need to see it again and you don't really want to either.

A movie review by Michaël Parent

7 / 10

2010-01-11

R.I.P. Eric Rohmer



"This is according to his producer, who told AFP and French 24. The arthouse French filmmaker, screenwriter, and film critic (who was born Maurice Scherer), was 89. One of the key figures of the post-war New Wave cinema movement and an articulate and literate devotee of purism in the moviemaking, Rohmer made 24 films over a period of 50 years. His main works include his cycle of films Six Moral Tales: shot in 1969, the third in the series, Ma Nuit Chez Maud, brought him international recognition."

Read full article at: http://www.deadline.com/hollywood/r-i-p-eric-rohmer/


Eric Rohmer a director I must say I have never seen a single movie of the 24 he has made... I'll correct that as soon as I can put my hands on his films any suggestions with which one of his films I should start?


Eric Rohmer est un cinéaste dont je n'ai vu malheureusement aucun de ses 24 films... Je vais, aussitôt que possible, tenter de corriger cette situation! Avez-vous des suggestions avec quels films devrais-je m'initier à son travail?

2010-01-09

Merci YouTube!!! Part XI

The Shop Around the Corner de Ernst Lubitsch (1940)

Une excellente comédie romantique signée Lubitsch, un cinéaste dont j'aimerais voir plus de films et qui vaut vraiment le détour!

Bon visionnement!

A great romantic comedy from Lubitsch, a director that I'm looking forward to see more of his films!



2010-01-07

Easy Riders, Raging Bulls - Lectures suggérées


Easy Riders, Raging Bulls by Peter Biskind.

This book about the industry of Hollywood Cinema during the 70's (one of my favourite decade in Cinema history) is a witness of the exceses and the succeses of the filmakers of that time. This essay is interesting and it has many citations from the main people who lived and work in those years. I recommend it with great admiration for Peter Biskind. I'm already looking forward to read his analysis on the films of the 50's titled Seeing Is Believing: How Hollywood Taught Us to Stop Worrying and Love the Fifties.



Ce livre à propos du Cinéma Hollywoodien des années 70 (qui en passant est l'une de mes décennies préférées) est un fort témoin des succès et des excès qui ont marqué les producteurs et les réalisateurs de l'époque. Il est très intéressant en plus d'être bourré de citations des personnes qui ont vécues et travaillées dans cette décennie. Je recommande cet ouvrage avec un grand enthousiasme et une grande admiration pour son auteur; Peter Biskind. J'ai déjà hâte de me pencher sur son ouvrage traitant des années 50 intitulé
Seeing Is Believing: How Hollywood Taught Us to Stop Worrying and Love the Fifties.

Bonne lecture!

2010-01-05

Sherlock Holmes un film de Guy Ritchie


First of all, the story of Sherlock Holmes has been brought to the screen so many times and by so many great directors (Buster Keaton, Billy Wilder) that for a long time nobody wanted to touch the myth. Anyhow, Guy Ritchie (Snatch, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) was the chosen one to bring back with an allstar cast the greatest detective in London's History.

The movie opens with an action sequence planned to immerge immediately the viewer into the film. As well planned and spectacular as it is, the sequence destabilize us and we have to concentrate onto the charaters to understand what really goes on. The photography is really dark and we don't discern really well the actors in the shadows. I must say, that the film is pretty dark all the time and that sometimes it gives a good atmosphere for the scenes but other times it's just too dark.
After the first sequence where Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) and Watson (Jude Law) capture Lord Blackwood (Mark Strong) the film slows down a bit and the mise-en-scène of the story takes place. Lord Blackwood is hanged for black magic and murders. The real story starts when the body of Lord Blackwood disappears from his grave.

The big story of Sherlock Holmes is the investigation of the criminal that we all attend. Also, it has the subplots of love, friendship and stories that came before the main plot. The relationship between Holmes and Watson is interresting and really funny. They look like an old couple, well it's the classic friendship story with the jokes and the relations like The Sting or Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. The two main actors complete well each other and I must give a special mention to the vilain played by Mark Strong who was very credible.

Sherlock Holmes
is a funny film that is worth seing and that doesn't reinvent the genre but that refresh the quality of what a blockbuster has to present these days. The only thing that tickled me a little was the many action scenes that felt to me as too many even if they were well orchestrated... And where the hell did Sherlock Holmes learned Kung Fu!?!

7/10
A review by Michaël Parent



Dans un premier temps, l'histoire de Sherlock Holmes fut maintes fois adaptées au grand écran et par de brillants réalisateurs (Buster Keaton, Billy Wilder). C'est probablement pour cela qu'il n'avait pas été réadapté depuis un bon bout de temps. Guy Ritchie (Snatch , Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) fut le cinéaste choisit pour faire une nouvelle adaptation du plus grand détective de l'histoire de Londres.

Le film commence avec une séquence d'action dans le but d'immerger complètement le spectateur dans le film. Aussi bien planifié et orchestrée soit telle, cette séquence déstabilise le spectateur qui cherche qui personnage est à l'écran. De plus, la photographie est très sombre et certaines fois on ne distingue que très peu ce que l'on voit dans l'ombre. Après cette première scène ou Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) et Watson (Jude Law) capturent Lord Blackwood (Mark Strong) l'histoire ralentit et la l'histoire se met en place. Lord Blackwood est pendu pour meurtre et magie noire. L'histoire débute avec la découverte de la disparition du corps du meurtrier.


Sherlock Holmes, le film, possède une enquête telle qu'on s'en attend mais aussi plusieurs sous histoires (amours, amitiés, anciens amours) qui sont plus intéressantes que le récit principal. La relation entre Holmes et Watson est vraiment bien jouée par les deux acteurs qui se complètent bien à l'écran. Ils forment un duo très comique de deux amis se connaissant presque aussi bien qu'un vieux couple. Mention spéciale à Mark Strong qui nous offre un vilain très crédible.

On ne réinvente pas le genre ici mais c'est très rafraichissant de voir un bon "blockbuster" avec de bonnes qualités réalisé par Guy Ritchie. La seule chose qui m'a un peu énervée personnellement, sont les trop nombreuses scènes de bagarres qui peuplent le film même si elles ont superbement été tournées...


7/10
Une critique de Michaël Parent

2010-01-03

DVD 2009

Voici la liste des meilleurs DVD de 2009 selon le Magazine Sight & Sound. DVDs de 2009
Bonne Année 2010 à tous et toutes!

Here you have the list of the best DVDs of 2009 by Sight & Sound Magazine. DVDs of 2009
Happy New Year to everyone!

2010-01-01

Top 10 Vault - The best films of each year


Top 10 de 20101. Black Swan (Darren Aronofsky)
2. The Social Network (David Fincher)
3. Shutter Island (Martin Scorsese)
4. Inception (Christopher Nolan)
5. The Kids Are All Right (Lisa Cholodenko)
6. The Fighter (David O. Russell)
7. The Ghost Writer (Roman Polanski)
8. Greenberg (Noah Baumbach)
9. Incendies (Denis Villeneuve)
10. The American (Anton Corbjin)


Top 10 de 2009
1. Inglourious Basterds (Quentin Tarantino)
2. The Hurt Locker (Kathryn Bigelow)
3. Das Weisse Band (Michael Haneke)
4. Watchmen (Zack Snyder)
5. Zombieland (Ruben Fleischer)
6. The Young Victoria (Jean-Marc Vallée)
7. The Limits of Control (Jim Jarmusch)
8. Up (Pete Docter)
9. Fantastic Mr. Fox (Wes Anderson)
10. Antichrist (Lars von Trier)
Top 10 de 2008
1. The Wrestler (Darren Aronofsky)
2. Gran Torino (Clint Eastwood)
3. Slumdog Millionnaire (Danny Boyle)
4. Revolutionary Road (Sam Mendes)
5. The Dark Knight (Christopher Nolan)
6. Synecdoche, New York (Charlie Kaufman)
7. Let the Right One In (Tomas Alfredson)
8. My Blueberry Nights (Wong-Kar Wai)
9. Redbelt (David Mamet)
10. Vicky Cristina Barcelona (Woody Allen)
Top 10 de 2007
1. There Will Be Blood (P.T. Anderson)
2. I'm Not There (Todd Haynes)
3. No Country For Old Men (Joel & Ethan Coen)
4. Stellet Licht (Carlos Reygadas)
5. 3 :10 to Yuma (James Mangold)
6. Michael Clayton (Tony Gilroy)
7. Eastern Promises (David Cronenberg)
8. Death Proof (Quentin Tarantino)
9. De l'autre coté (Fatih Akin)
10. Atonement (Joe Wright)
Top 10 de 2006
1. The Departed (Martin Scorsese)
2. Marie Antoinette (Sofia Coppola)
3. Miami Vice (Michael Mann)
4. The Descent (Neil Marshall)
5. Scoop (Woody Allen)
6. Little Miss Sunshine (Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris)
7. United 93 (Paul Greengrass)
8. Letters From Iwo Jima (Clint Eastwood)
9. Children of Men (Alfonso Cuaron)
10. The Devil Wears Prada (David Frankel)
Top 10 de 2005
1. A History of Violence (David Cronenberg)
2. The Squid and The Whale (Noah Baumbach)
3. The New World (Terrence Malick)
4. Brokeback Mountain (Ang Lee)
5. Last Days (Gus Van Sant)
6. Corpsebride (Tim Burton)
7. Match Point (Woody Allen)
8. Broken Flowers (Jim Jarmusch)
9. Caché (Michael Haneke)
10. Good Night And Good Luck (George Clooney)
Top 10 de 2004
1. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Michel Gondry)
2. Million Dollar Baby (Clint Eastwood)
3. Big Fish (Tim Burton)
4. Kill Bill Vol.2 (Quentin Tarantino)
5. Before Sunset (Richard Linklater)
6. Vera Drake (Mike Leigh)
7. Shaun of the Dead (Edgar Wright)
8. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Wes Anderson)
9. Spider Man 2 (Sam Raimi)
10. Batman Begins (Christopher Nolan)
Top 10 de 2003
1. Saraband (Ingmar Bergman)
2. Lost in Translation (Sofia Coppola)
3. Mystic River (Clint Eastwood)
4. Dogville (Lars von Trier)
5. Elephant (Gus Van Sant)
6. Kill Bill Vol.1 (Quentin Tarantino)
7. The Return of the King (Peter Jackson)
8. Zatoichi (Takeshi Kitano)
9. Love Actually (Richard Curtis)
10. Les Invasions Barbares (Denys Arcand)
Top 10 de 2002
1. Adaptation (Spike Jonze)
2. Far From Heaven (Todd Haynes)
3. L'Arche Russe (Alexander Sokurov)
4. The Pianist (Roman Polanski)
5. The Two Towers (Peter Jackson)
6. Amen (Costa-Grava)
7. About Schmidt (Alexander Payne)
8. Punch-Drunk Love (Paul Thomas Anderson)
9. Gangs of New York (Martin Scorsese)
10. Catch Me if You Can (Steven Spielberg)
Top 10 de 2001
1. Mulholland Dr. (David Lynch)
2. The Fellowship of the Ring (Peter Jackson)
3. Artificial Intelligence (Steven Spielberg)
4. Gosford Park (Robert Altman)
5. The Royal Tenenbaums (Wes Anderson)
6. Invincible (Werner Herzog)
7. Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain (Jeunet)
8. Vanilla Sky (Cameron Crowe)
9. The Curse of Jade Scorpion (Woody Allen)
10. Training Day (Antoine Fuqua)
+ Shrek (Andrew Adamson & Vicky Jenson)
Top 10 de 2000
1. Dancer In The Dark (Lars von Trier)
2. In The Mood for Love (Wong Kar Wai)
3. Almost Famous (Cameron Crowe)
4. Memento (Christopher Nolan)
5. Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (Ang Lee)
6. American Psycho (Mary Harron)
7. Amores perros (Alejandro Gonzalez Inarittu)
8. Traffic (Steven Soderbergh)
9. Gladiator (Ridley Scott)
10. Erin Brockovich (Steven Soderbergh)
Top 10 de 1999
1. Eyes Wide Shut (Stanley Kubrick)
2. Magnolia (P.T. Anderson)
3. Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (Jim Jarmusch)
4. Sleepy Hollow (Tim Burton)
5. Bringing Out the Dead (Martin Scorsese)
6. Fight Club (David Fincher)
7. The Sixth Sense (M. Night Shyamalan)
8. Mein Liebster Feind - Klaus Kinski (Werner Herzog)
9. The Virgin Suicides (Sofia Coppola)
10. The Straight Story (David Lynch)
Top 10 de 1998
1. The Thin Red Line (Terrence Malick)
2. Saving Private Ryan (Steven Spielberg)
3. The Big Lebowski (Joel Coen)
4. Rushmore (Wes Anderson)
5. The Truman Show (Peter Weir)
6. Lola rennt (Tom Tykwer)
7. Pleasantville (Gary Ross)
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Top 10 de 1997
1. L.A. Confidential (Curtis Hanson)
2. Jackie Brown (Quentin Tarantino)
3. Taste of Cherry (Abbas Kiarostami)
4. Face/Off (John Woo)
5. Deconstructing Harry (Woody Allen)
6. As Good As It Gets (James L. Brooks)
7. The Fifth Element (Luc Besson)
8. The Game (David Fincher)
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Top 10 de 1996
1. Fargo (Joel & Ethan Coen)
2. Trainspotting (Danny Boyle)
3. Bottle Rocket (Wes Anderson)
4. Mars Attacks! (Tim Burton)
5. Ridicule (Patrice Leconte)
6. Romeo & Juliet (Baz Luhrmann)
7. Jerry Maguire (Cameron Crowe)
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Top 10 de 1995
1. Se7en (David Fincher)
2. Casino (Martin Scorsese)
3. Twelve Monkeys (Terry Gilliam)
4. Before Sunrise (Richard Linklater)
5. Heat (Michael Mann)
6. Dead Man Walking (Tim Robbins)
7. Die Hard With A Vengeance (John McTiernan)
8. Toy Story (John Lasseter)
9. From Dusk Till Dawn (Robert Rodriguez)
10. To Die For (Gus Van Sant)
Top 10 de 1994
1. Pulp Fiction (Quentin Tarantino)
2. Trois Couleurs: Rouge (Krszystof Kieslowski)
3. Ed Wood (Tim Burton)
4. Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (Neil Jordan)
5. Bullets Over Bradway (Woody Allen)
6. Forrest Gump (Robert Zemeckis)
7. Natural Born Killers (Oliver Stone)
8. The Hudsucker Proxy (Joel & Ethan Coen)
9. Léon Le professionnel (Luc Besson)
10. The Shawshank Redemption (Frank Darabont)
Top 10 de 1993
1. Short Cuts (Robert Altman)
2. The Age of Innocence (Martin Scorsese)
3. Schindler's List (Steven Spielberg)
4. In the Line of Fire (Wolfgang Petersen)
5. Trois Couleurs: Bleu (Krszystof Kieslowski)
6. Groundhog Day (Harold Ramis)
7. Four Weddings and a Funeral (Mike Newell)
8. Philadelphia (Jonathan Demme)
9. Jurassic Park (Steven Spielberg)
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Top 10 de 1992
1. Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood)
2. Twin Peaks - Fire Walk With Me (David lynch)
3. Army of Darkness (Sam Raimi)
4. Bram Stoker's Dracula (Francis Ford Coppola)
5. Malcolm X (Spike Lee)
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Top 10 de 1991
1. Reservoir Dogs (Quentin Tarantino)
2. Barton Fink (Joel & Ethan Coen)
3. JFK (Oliver Stone)
4. The Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme)
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Top 10 de 1990
1. GoodFellas (Martin Scorsese)
2. Wild at Heart (David Lynch)
3. Miller's Crossing (Joel & Ethan Coen)
4. Edward Swissorhands (Tim Burton)
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Top 10 de 1989
1. Crimes and Misdemeanors (Woody Allen)
2. The Killer (John Woo)
3. Batman (Tim Burton)
4. Cinema Paradiso (Giuseppe Tornatore)
5. When Harry Met Sally (Rob Reiner)
6. Sex, Lies and Videotapes (Steven Soderbergh)
7. Field of Dreams (Phil Alden Robinson)
8. Christmas Vacation (Jeremiah S. Chechik)
9. Pretty Woman (Garry Marshall)
10. Do The Right Thing (Spike Lee)
+ Tremors (Ron Underwood)
Top 10 de 1988
1. Last Temptation of Christ (Martin Scorsese)
2. A Fish Called Wanda (Charles Crichton)
3. Hard Boiled (John Woo)
4. Mississippi Burning (Alan Parker)
5. Rain Man (Barry Levinson)
6. Die Hard (John McTiernan)
7. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (Robert Zemeckis)
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Top 10 de 1987
1. Full Metal Jacket (Stanley Kubrick)
2. Angel Heart (Alan Parker)
3. Raising Arizona (Joel & Ethan Coen)
4. L'homme qui Plantait des Arbres (Frédéric Bach)
5. Wings of Desire (Wim Wenders)
6. The Untouchables (Brian De Palma)
7. Evil Dead 2 (Sam Raimi)
8. Robocop (Paul Verhoeven)
9. Lethal Weapon (Richard Donner)
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Top 10 de 1986
1. Blue Velvet (David Lynch)
2. Hannah and Her Sisters (Woody Allen)
3. Platoon (Oliver Stone)
4. Ferris Bueller's Day Off (John Hugues)
5. The Fly (David Cronenberg)
6. The Mission (Rolland Joffé)
7. Dokument Fanny och Alexander (Ingmar Bergman)
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Top 10 de 1985
1. Ran (Akira Kurosawa)
2. Brazil (Terry Gilliam)
3. Back to the Future (Robert Zemeckis)
4. The Breakfast Club (John Hugues)
5. St. Elmo's Fire (Joel Schumacher)
6. Day of the Dead (George A. Romero)
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Top 10 de 1984
1. Paris, Texas (Wim Wenders)
2. Once Upon a Time in America (Sergio Leone)
3. Amadeus (Milos Forman)
4. Ghostbusters (Ivan Reitman)
5. Blood Simple (Joel & Ethan Coen)
6. This is Spinal Tap (Rob Reiner)
7. Beverly Hills Cop (Martin Brest)
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Top 10 de 1983
1. Nostalghia (Andrei Tarkovsky)
2. Videodrome (David Cronenberg)
3. King of Comedy (Martin Scorsese)
4. Scarface (Brain De Palma)
5. The Return of the Jedi (Richard Marquand)
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Top 10 de 1982
1. Fanny och Alexander (Ingmar Bergman)
2. Blade Runner (Ridley Scott)
3. Evil Dead (Sam Raimi)
4. Deathtrap (Sydney Lumet)
5. E la nave va (Federico Fellini)
6. Vincent (Tim Burton)
7. The Thing (John Carpenter)
8. E.T.: the Extra-Terrestrial (Steven Spielberg)
9. Diner (Barry Levinson)
10. Gandhi (Richard Attenborough)
Top 10 de 1981
1. Fitzcarraldo (Werner Herzog)
2. Reds (Warren Beatty)
3. Blow Out (Brian De Palma)
4. Excalibur (John Boorman)
5. Raiders of The Lost Ark (Steven Spielberg)
6. La Guerre du Feu (Jean-Jacques Annaud)
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Top 10 de 1980
1. Raging Bull (Martin Scorsese)
2. The Shining (Stanley Kubrick)
3. Kagemusha (Akira Kurosawa)
4. Le Dernier Métro (Francois Truffaut)
5. Altered States (Ken Russell)
6. The Elephant Man (David Lynch)
7. The Big Red One (Samuel Fuller)
8. The Empire Strikes Back (Irvin Kershner)
9. Stardust Memories (Woody Allen)
10. The Blues Brothers (John Landis)
Top 10 de 1979
1. Manhattan (Woody Allen)
2. Apocalypse Now (Francis Ford Coppola)
3. Nosferatu the Vampyre (Werner Herzog)
4. Alien (Ridley Scott)
5. Being There (Hal Ashby)
6. Die Blechtrommel (Volker Schlöndorff)
7. Escape from Alcatraz (Don Siegel)
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Top 10 de 1978
1. Days of Heaven (Terrence Malick)
2. The Deer Hunter (Michael Cimino)
3. Nosferatu - Phantom der Nacht (Werner Herzog)
4. Höstsonaten (Ingmar Bergman)
5. Dawn of the Dead (George A. Romero)
6. The Last Waltz (Martin Scorsese)
7. La Cage Aux Folles (Édouard Molinaro)
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Top 10 de 1977
1. Annie Hall (Woody Allen)
2. Eraserhead (David Lynch)
3. Suspiria (Dario Argento)
4. New York, New York (Martin Scorsese)
5. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Steven Spielberg)
6. Jesus of Nazareth (Franco Zeffirelli)
7. Star Wars (George Lucas)
8. A Bridge Too Far (Richard Attenborough)
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Top 10 de 1976
1. Taxi Driver (Martin Scorsese)
2. Zerkalo (Andrei Tarkovsky)
3. Casanova (Federico Fellini)
4. Le Locataire (Roman Polanski)
5. All the President's Men (Alan J. Pakula)
6. Network (Sidney Lumet)
7. Novecento (Bernardo Bertolucci)
8. Carrie (Brain De Palma)
9. Family Plot (Alfred Hitchcock)
10. Rocky (John G. Avildsen)
Top 10 de 1975
1. Nashville (Robert Altman)
2. Barry Lyndon (Stanley Kubrick)
3. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Milos Forman)
4. Dog Day Afternoon (Sidney Lumet)
5. Salo: or the 120 Days of Sodom (Pier Paolo Pasolini)
6. Monty Python And the Holy Grail (Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones)
7. Deep Red (Dario Argento)
8. Jaws (Steven Spielberg)
9. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Jim Sharman)
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Top 10 de 1974
1. Chinatown (Roman Polanski)
2. The Conversation (Francis Ford Coppola)
3. The Godfather - Part II (Francis Ford Coppola)
4. Young Frankenstein (Mel Brooks)
5. Le fantôme de la liberté (Luis Bunuel)
6. Lacombe Lucien (Louis Malle)
7. Amarcord (Federico Fellini)
8. Murder on the Orient Express (Sidney Lumet)
9. Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (Martin Scorsese)
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Top 10 de 1973
1. Badlands (Terrence Malick)
2. Mean Streets (Martin Scorsese)
3. Don't Look Now (Nicolas Roeg)
4. La Nuit Américaine (François Truffaut)
5. The Exorcist (William Friedkin)
6. Lucifer Rising (Kenneth Anger)
7. Serpico (Sydney Lumet)
8. Sleeper (Woody Allen)
9. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (Sam Peckinpah)
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Top 10 de 1972
1. Aguirre des Zorn Gottes (Werner Herzog)
2. Le Charme Discrèt de la Bourgeoisie (Luis Bunuel)
3. Solaris (Andrei Tarkovski)
4. Cries And Whispers (Ingmar Bergman)
5. Deliverance (John Boorman)
6. Ultimo tango a Parigi (Bernardo Bertolucci)
7. The Godfather (Francis Ford Coppola)
8. Frenzy (Alfred Hitchcock)
9. Les Deux Anglaises et le Continent (François Truffaut)
10. Cabaret (Bob Fosse)
Top 10 de 1971
1. A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick)
2. Two-Lane Blacktop (Monte Hellmann)
3. Straw Dogs (Sam Peckinpah)
4. The French Connection (William Friedkin)
5. Dirty Harry (Don Siegel)
6. Bananas (Woody Allen)
7. Roma (Federico Fellini)
8. The Abominable Dr. Phibes (Robert Fuest)
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Top 10 de 1970
1. M*A*S*H* (Robert Altman)
2. Domicile Conjugal (François Truffaut)
3. Death in Venice (Luchino Visconti)
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Top 10 de 1969
1. The Wild Bunch (Sam Peckinpah)
2. Easy Rider (Dennis Hopper)
3. Midnight Cowboy (John Schlesinger)
4. The Conformist (Bernardo Bertolucci)
5. Z (Costa-Grava)
6. Ma Nuit chez Maude (Eric Rohmer)
7. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (George Roy Hill)
8. Patton (Franklin J. Shaffner)
9. Topaz (Alfred Hitchcock)
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Top 10 de 1968
1. 2001: A Space Odyssey (Stanley Kubrick)
2. C'era una volta il West (Sergio Leone)
3. Rosemary's Baby (Roman Polanski)
4. Night of the Living Dead (George A. Romero)
5. The Producers (Mel Brooks)
6. Shame (Ingmar Bergman)
7. Bullitt (Peter Yates)
8. Who's That Knocking At My Door? (Martin Scorsese)
9. Witchfinder General (Michael Reeves)
10. Barbarella (Roger Vadim)
Top 10 de 1967
1. Bonnie and Clyde (Arthur Penn)
2. Belle de Jour (Luis Bunuel)
3. The Graduate (Mike Nichols)
4. The Jungle Book (Wolfgang Reitherman)
5. Week End (Jean-Luc Godard)
6. 2 ou 3 trois choses que je sais d'elle (Jean-Luc Godard)
7. Cool Hand Luke (Stuart Rosenberg)
8. Playtime (Jacques Tati)
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Top 10 de 1966
1. The Good The Bad And The Ugly (Sergio Leone)
2. Blow-Up (Michelangelo Antonioni)
3. Persona (Ingmar Bergman)
4. Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky)
5. Au Hasard Balthasar (Robert Bresson)
6. Masculin féminin (Jean-Luc Godard)
7. Unsere Afrikareise (Peter Kubelka)
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Top 10 de 1965
1. Pierrot Le Fou (Jean-Luc Godard)
2. Repulsion (Roman Polanski)
3. The Sound of Music (Robert Wise)
4. For A Few Dollars More (Sergio Leone)
5. Alphaville (Jean-Luc Godard)
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Top 10 de 1964
1. Dr.Strangelove (Stanley Kubrick)
2. Mary Poppins (Robert Stevenson)
3. A Hard Day's Night (Richard Lester)
4. Marnie (Alfred Hitchcock)
5. Gertrud (Carl Th. Dreyer)
6. A Fistful of Dollars (Sergio Leone)
7. The Gospel According To St. Matthew (Pier Paolo Pasolini)
8. The Pink Panther (Blake Edwards)
9. Man's Favorite Sport? (Howard Hawks)
10. Les Parapluies de Cherbourg (Jacques Demy)
+ La Peau Douce (François Truffaut)
Top 10 de 1963
1. 8 1/2 Otto e mezzo (Federico Fellini)
2. Le Mépris (Jean-Luc Godard)
3. The Birds (Alfred Hitchcock)
4. The Trial (Orson Welles)
5. The Great Escape (John Sturges)
6. Il gattopardo (Luchino Visconti)
7. Irma la Douce (Billy Wilder)
8. Scorpio Rising (Kenneth Anger)
9. Mothlight (Stan Brakhage)
10. Paranoiac (Freddie Francis)
Top 10 de 1962
1. Lawrence of Arabia (David Lean)
2. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (John Ford)
3. Lolita (Stanley Kubrick)
4. La Jetée (Chris Marker)
5. Hatari! (Howard Hawks)
6. Winter Light (Ingmar Bergman)
7. Ivan's Childhood (Andrei Tarkovsky)
8. Le Procès de Jeanne d'Arc (Robert Bresson)
9. Ride the High Country (Sam Peckinpah)
10. Vivre sa vie (Jean-Luc Godard)
Top 10 de 1961
1. Jules et Jim (François Truffaut)
2. La Notte (Michelangelo Antonioni)
3. Breakfast at Tiffany's (Blake Edwards)
4. Une femme est une femme (Jean-Luc Godard)
5. Cape Fear (J.Lee Thompson)
6. The Curse of The Werewolf (Terence Fisher)
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Top 10 de 1960
1. Psycho (Alfred Hitchcock)
2. La Dolce Vita (Federico Fellini)
3. L'Avventura (Michelangelo Antonioni)
4. The Apartment (Billy Wilder)
5. Spartacus (Stanley Kubrick)
6. The Virgin Spring (Ingmar Bergman)
7. The Brides of Dracula (Terence Fisher)
8. Black Sunday (Mario Bava)
9. Tirez sur le pianiste (François Truffaut)
10. The Magnificent Seven (John Sturges)
Top 10 de 1959
1. North By Northwest (Alfred Hitchcock)
2. À bout de souffle (Jean-Luc Godard)
3. Les 400 coups (François Truffaut)
4. Some Like It Hot (Billy Wilder)
5. Rio Bravo (Howard Hawks)
6. Pickpocket (Robert Bresson)
7. Anatomy of A Murder (Otto Preminger)
8. Hiroshima mon amour (Alain Resnais)
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Top 10 de 1958
1. Vertigo (Alfred Hitchcock)
2. Touch Of Evil (Orson Welles)
3. A Time to Love and A Time to Die (Douglas Sirk)
4. Ashes and Diamonds (Andrzej Wajda)
5. The Hidden Fortress (Akira Kurosawa)
6. Horror of Dracula (Terrence Fischer)
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Top 10 de 1957
1. Wild Strawberries (Ingmar Bergman)
2. The Seventh Seal (Ingmar Bergman)
3. Paths Of Glory (Stanley Kubrick)
4. Throne Of Blood (Akira Kurosawa)
5. Nights of Cabiria (Federico Fellini)
6. The Bridge On The River Kwai (David Lean)
7. Funny Face (Stanley Donen)
8. 12 Angry Men (Sidney Lumet)
9. The Cranes Are Flying (Mikhail Kalatozov)
10. Sweet Smell of Success (Alexander Mackendrick)
Top 10 de 1956
1. The Searchers (John Ford)
2. The Killing (Stanley Kubrick)
3. Kanal (Andrzej Wajda)
4. The Man Who Knew Too Much (Alfred Hitchcock)
5. Samurai III Duel at Ganryu Island (Hiroshi Inagaki)
6. The Wrong Man (Alfred Hitchcock)
7. Le ballon rouge (Albert Lamorisse)
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Top 10 de 1955
1. Rebel Without A Cause (Nicholas Ray)
2. Ordet (Carl T. Dreyer)
3. The Night Of The Hunter (Charles Laughton)
4. Lola Montès (Max Ophüls)
5. East of Eden (Elia Kazan)
6. Killer's Kiss (Stanley Kubrick)
7. Les Diaboliques (Henri-Georges Clouzot)
8. Nuit et brouillard (Alain Resnais)
9. To Catch A Thief (Alfred Hitchcock)
10. French Cancan (Jean Renoir)

Top 10 de 1954
1. Seven Samurai (Akira Kurosawa)
2. Rear Window (Alfred Hitchcock)
3. Sansho dayu (Kenji Mizoguchi)
4. La Strada (Federico Fellini)
5. On The Waterfront (Elia Kazan)
6. Magnificent Obsession (Douglas Sirk)
7. Dial M for Murder (Alfred Hitchcock)
8. Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Stanley Donen)
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Top 10 de 1953
1. Tokyo Story (Yasujiro Ozu)
2. Ugetsu monogatari (Kenji Mizoguchi)
3. Stalag 17 (Billy Wilder)
4. I Confess (Alfred Hitchcock)
5. Shane (George Stevens)
6. The Band Wagon (Vincente Minnelli)
7. I Vitelloni (Federico Fellini)
8. The Hitch-hiker (Ida Lupino)
9. Les Vacances de M. Hulot (Jacques Tati)
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Top 10 de 1952
1. Singin' In The Rain (Gene Kelly/Stanle Donen)
2. Ikiru (Akira Kurosawa)
3. Umberto D. (Vittorio De Sica)
4. Le Salaire de La Peur (Henri-Georges Clouzot)
5. Limelight (Charles Chaplin)
6. High Noon (Fred Zinnemann)
7. Othello (Orson Welles)
8. The White Sheik (Federico Fellini)
9. The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice (Yasujiro Ozu)
10. Kansas City Confidential (Phil Karlson)
Runners-up: Monkey Business (Howard Hawks)

Top 10 de 1951
1. The Day The Earth Stood Still (Robert Wise)
2. An American In Paris (Vincente Minnelli)
3. Early Summer (Yasujiro Ozu)
4. Alice in Wonderland (CLyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson & Hamiltone Luske)
5. A Streetcar Named Desire (Elia Kazan)
6. Strangers On A Train (Alfred Hitchcock)
7. The African Queen (John Huston)
8. The River (Jean Renoir)
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Top 10 de 1950
1. Sunset Boulevard (Billy Wilder)
2. Rashomon (Akira Kurosawa)
3. In A Lonely Place (Nicholas Ray)
4. La Ronde (Max Ophüls)
5. All About Eve (Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
6. Stromboli (Roberto Rossellini)
7. D.O.A. (Rudolph Maté)
8. Winchester '73 (Anthony Mann)
9. Journal d'un Curé de Campagne (Robert Bresson)
10. The Asphalt Jungle (John Huston)

Top 10 de 1949
1. The Third Man (Carol Reed)
2. Late Spring (Yasujiro Ozu)
3. On the Town (Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly)
4. Stray Dog (Akira Kurosawa)
5. The Set-Up (Robert Wise)
6. Gun Crazy (Joseph H. Lewis)
7. Samson And Delilah (Cecil B. Demille)
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Top 10 de 1948
1. Le Voleur de Bicyclettes (Vittorio De Sica)
2. The Red Shoes (Emeric Pressburger & Michael Powell)
3. Germania anno zero (Roberto Rossellini)
4. Letter from an Unknown Woman (Max Ophüls)
5. The Lady from Shanghai (Orson Welles)
6. Drunken Angel (Akira Kurosawa)
7. Rope (Alfred Hitchcock)
8. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (John Huston)
9. He Walked By Night (Alfred L. Werker & Anthony Mann)
10. Red River (Howard Hawks)

Top 10 de 1947
1. Out of the Past (Jacques Tourneur)
2. Monsieur Verdoux (Charles Chaplin)
3. Quai des Orfèvres (Henri-Georges Clouzot)
4. One Wonderful Sunday (Akira Kurosawa)
5. Record of A Tenement Gentleman (Yasujiro Ozu)
6. King-Size Canary (Tex Avery)
7. The Paradine Case (Alfred Hitchcock)
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Top 10 de 1946
1. It's A Wonderful Life (Frank Capra)
2. La Belle et la Bete (Jean Cocteau)
3. The Big Sleep (Howard Hawks)
4. My Darling Clementine (John Ford)
5. Notorious (Alfred Hitchcock)
6. Black Narcissus (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger)
7. Ivan The Terrible - Part II (Sergei Eisenstein)
8. The Stranger (Orson Welles)
9. The Best Years of Our Lives (William Wyler)
10. Great Expectations (David Lean)

Top 10 de 1945
1. Les Enfants du Paradis (Marcel Carné)
2. Ivan The Terrible - Part I (Sergei Eisenstein)
3. Brief Encounter (David Lean)
4. Detour (Edgar G. Ulmer)
5. Spellbound (Alfred Hitchcock)
6. Open City (Roberto Rossellini)
7. I Lnow Where I'm Going! (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger)
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Top 10 de 1944
1. Double Indemnity (Billy Wilder)
2. Murder My Sweet (Edward Dmytryk)
3. Lifeboat (Alfred Hitchcock)
4. Henry V (Laurence Olivier)
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Top 10 de 1943
1. Day of Wrath (Carl T. Dreyer)
2. Shadow of A Doubt (Alfred Hitchcock)
3. The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger)
4. Meshes of the Afternoon (Maya Deren)
5. Red Hot Riding Hood (Tex Avery)
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Top 10 de 1942
1. Casablanca (Michael Curtiz)
2. The Magnificent Ambersons (Orson Welles)
3. Saboteur (Alfred Hitchcock)
4. Bambi (David Hand)
5. Listen to Britain (Humphrey Jennings)
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Top 10 de 1941
1. Citizen Kane (Orson Welles)
2. The Lady Eve (Preston Sturges)
3. The Maltese Falcon (John Huston)
4. Suspicion (Alfred Hitchcock)
5. Sullivan's Travels (Preston Sturges)
6. Meet John Doe (Frank Capra)
7. Dumbo (Ben Sharpsteen)
8. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (Alfred Hitchcock)
9. How Green Was My Valley (John Ford)
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Top 10 de 1940
1. The Great Dictator (Charles Chaplin)
2. The Grapes of Wrath (John Ford)
3. Fantasia (Ben Sharpsteen)
4. The Philadelphia Story (George Cukor)
5. His Girl Friday (Howard Hawks)
6. The Shop Around the Corner (Ernst Lubitsch)
7. Thief of Bagdad (Michael Powell, Ludwig Berger & Tim Wheelan)
8. Rebecca (Alfred Hitchcock)
9. Pinocchio (Ben Sharpsteen)
10. Foreign Correspondent (Alfred Hitchcock)
Top 10 de 1939
1. La Règle du Jeu (Jean Renoir)
2. Stagecoach (John Ford)
3. The Wizard of Oz (Victor Fleming)
4. Gone With The Wind (Victor Fleming)
5. Drums Along The Mohawk (John Ford)
6. Ninotchka (Ernst Lubitsch)
7. Love Affair (Leo McCarey)
8. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (Frank Capra)
9. Only Angels Have Wings (Howard Hawks)
10. Jamaica Inn (Alfred Hitchcock)

Top 10 de 1938
1. Bringing Up Baby (Howard Hawks)
2. The Lady Vanishes (Alfred Hitchcock)
3. Alexander Nevsky (Sergei M. Eisenstein)
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Top 10 de 1937
1. Make Way For Tomorrow (Leo McCarey)
2. La Grande Illusion (Jean Renoir)
3. Young and Innocent (Alfred Hitchcock)
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Top 10 de 1936
1. Modern Times (Charles Chaplin)
2. Le Crime de Monsieur Lange (Jean Renoir)
3. Sabotage (Alfred Hitchcock)
4. The Only Son (Yasujiro Ozu)
5. Secret Agent (Alfred Hitchcock)
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Top 10 de 1935
1. Bride of Frankenstein (James Whale)
2. The 39 Steps (Alfred Hitchcock)
3. Toni (Jean Renoir)
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Top 10 de 1934
1. L'Atalante (Jean Vigo)
2. The Scarlet Empress (Josef von Sternberg)
3. The Man Who Knew Too Much (Alfred Hitchcock)
4. It Happened One Night (Frank Capra)
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Top 10 de 1933
1. Duck Soup (Leo McCarey)
2. Design for Living (Ernst Lubitsch)
3. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (Fritz Lang)
4. Passing Fancy (Yasujiro Ozu)
5. Zero de Conduite (Jean Vigo)
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Top 10 de 1932
1. Vampyr (Carl Th. Dreyer)
2. Freaks (Tod Browning)
3. Scarface (Howard Hawks)
4. The Mummy (Karl Freund)
5. Trouble In Paradise (Ernst Lubitsch)
6. Boudu sauvé des eaux (Jean Renoir)
7. Las Hurdes (Luis Bunuel)
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Top 10 de 1931
1. M (Fritz Lang)
2. City Lights (Charles Chaplin)
3. Frankenstein (James Whale)
4. Dracula (Tod Browning)
5. Le Million (René Clair)
6. Rich and Strange (Alfred Hitchcock)
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Top 10 de 1930
1. L'Age d'or (Luis Bunuel)
2. Zemlya (Aleksandr Dovzhenko)
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Top 10 de 1929
1. Un Chien Andalou (Luis Bunuel)
2. Man With The Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov)
3. Blackmail (Alfred Hitchcock)
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Top 10 de 1928
1. La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc (Carl Th. Dreyer)
2. The Circus (Charles Chaplin)
3. Steamboat Bill Jr. (Buster Keaton)
4. Pandora's Box (G.W. Pabst)
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Top 10 de 1927
1. Sunrise (F.W. Murnau)
2. Napoléon (Abel Gance)
3. The Unknown (Tod Browning)
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Top 10 de 1926
1. Faust (F.W. Murnau)
2. The General (Buster Keaton)
3. Metropolis (Fritz Lang)
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Top 10 de 1925
1. The Gold Rush (Charles Chaplin)
2. Battleship Potemkin (Sergei M. Eisenstein)
3. Tartuffe (F.W. Murnau)
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Top 10 de 1924
1. Greed (Erich von Stroheim)
2. The Last Laugh (F.W. Murnau)
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Top 10 de 1923
1. A Woman of Paris (Charles Chaplin)
2. The Pilgrim (Charles Chaplin)
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Top 10 de 1922
1. Nosferatu (F.W. Murnau)
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Top 10 de 1921
1. The Kid (Charles Chaplin)
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Top 10 de 1920
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Top 10 de 1919
1. Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (Robert Wiene)
2. Broken Blossoms (D.W. Griffith)
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Top 10 de 1918
1. Shoulder Arms (Charles Chaplin)
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Top 10 de 1917
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Top 10 de 1916
1. Intolerance (D.W. Griffith)
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Top 10 de 1915
1. The Birth of a Nation (D.W. Griffith)
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Top 10 de 1902
1. Le Voyage dans la Lune (Georges Méliès)
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