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  Films that have been considered the greatest ever - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While it is impossible to objectively determine the greatest film of all time, it is possible to discuss the films that have been regarded as the greatest ever.
The Battleship Potemkin was for many years generally considered the greatest film ever and was voted as such by a panel of experts at the 1958 World's Fair.
Ever since their inception in 1928, the Academy Awards (the "Oscars") have been seen as the most significant of the film award ceremonies.
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 Films considered the worst ever - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Of films that have been "considered the worst ever", some of them may be the targets of hyperbole rather than critically claimed to be "the worst ever".
The movies listed here are not simply box office bombs, although many of them are; rather, they are films which spectacularly failed to meet critical and commercial standards set by advance publicity or the weight of expectations or have become well known by the general public for their poor quality.
Although the original movie was not well received, this sequel inspired many critics to add it to their list of the worst movies ever.
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 Film   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Film — also called movies, the cinema, the silver screen, moving pictures, photoplays, picture shows, flicks, or motion pictures, — is a field that encompasses motion pictures as an art form or as part of the entertainment industry.
The movie theater pays an average of about 55% of its ticket sales to the movie studio as film rental fees.
There are a few movies every year that defy this rule, often limited-release movies that start in only a few theaters and actually grow their theater count through good word-of-mouth and reviews.
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 SonicBreakdown: Wikipedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
By 1993, the database had been expanded to include trivia, biographies and plot summaries, and a centralised e-mail interface for querying the database had been created.
For instance, newly released movies commonly find their initial ratings artificially inflated by fans who are more likely to see a movie first and develop a love-at-first-sight impression of it, which is contrary to the commonly held belief that a truly great movie should hold up to repeat viewings.
Another common criticism has been that it is merely a popularity contest and does not therefore reflect any objective knowledge about the history or art of movies (For example, the American Film Institute's "100 Greatest Movies" lists Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all time.
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 Academy Award   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The 1934 and later awards have all been on openings in the previous calendar year.
Less subjectively it is clear movie studios spend large amounts of money campaigns to get their films Oscars— Miramax being the most widely-discussed (and arguably studio at this at present.
The greatest number of Academy Awards won a film is 11 this distinction is by 3 films: Ben-Hur Titanic and The Return of the King.
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Movies that have been considered the greatest ever
While it is impossible to determine the greatest film of all time, it is possible to discuss the movies that have been regarded as the greatest ever.
The important criterion for inclusion in this article is that the film is the "greatest" by some specific measure — be it a critics poll, popular poll, box office receipts or awards.
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 The Bicycle Thief   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The film was directed by Vittorio De Sica, stars Lamberto Maggiorani as the father and Enzo Staiola as the son, and won an honorary Academy Award for Foreign Language Film in 1950, and won the British Academy Awards for Best Film from Any Source.
The film was heavily awarded by the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists, and is commonly considered a film classic.
Also see: List of movies that have been considered the greatest ever.
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 Movie Compound Feature - Chris' 50 Favorite Movies of All-Time   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
One of the hardest things anyone could ask of a movie buff is to produce a list of their absolute, hands-down, all-time favorite movies.
The last tape she popped into the VCR changed my life forever, and the movie on that tape was, of course, the subject of this small spiel.
The Rocky movies leave me feeling great about myself, conquering the fact that the real world is a reminder that there is no hope for us, that we have no chance of bettering ourselves, and that we should just give up and forget about making a positive impact on ourselves and the lives of others.
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 Singin' in the Rain (1952)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Consider what's in the mix: A cachet of songs, all tried-and-true from other movies.
Not only that, but there's not a more romantic scene in all of filmdom that can compare with Reynolds and Kelly dancing to "You Were Meant for Me." Their side-by-side tap dancing says more about how they feel about each other than pages and pages of dialog.
If you think this movie is just the sequence of Kelly splashing like a five-year-old in a puddle, you obviously haven't seen the entire film.
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 Most Ever Academy Awards Resource, Results And Data   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Films that have received the most academy awards ben hur held record for the most academy awards ever for 38 years titanic winner of 11 academy awards.
Films that have received the most academy awards ben hur held record for the most academy awards ever for 38 years titanic winner of eleven academy awards.
Movie Review: Seabiscuit - Nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, Seabiscuit is based on the inspirational true story of an underdog who rises to victory and wins the hearts and minds of a nation.
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 BBC NEWS | Americas | Reagan voted 'greatest American'
George Washington, the first US president who is considered the father of the nation, comes in at fourth place.
In a similar exercise held in the UK in 2002, wartime Prime Minister Winston Churchill was voted the greatest Briton.
Bill Clinton, for presiding over the greatest economic expansion in America, peace in the world and for cultivating a sense of sharing in the world.
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 Film History of the 1920s
Most people are unaware that the greatest output of feature films in the US occurred in the 1920s and 1930s (averaging about 800 film releases in a year) - nowadays, it is remarkable when production exceeds 500 films in a year.
She had been a child star, and had worked at Biograph as a bit actress in 1909, and only ten years later was one of the most influential figures in Hollywood at Paramount.
But by 1933, after years of victimizing exploitation, she had gone into serious decline and retired due to hard-drinking, exhaustion, gambling, emotional problems, a poor choice of roles, the revelation of a heavy working-class Brooklyn accent in the talkies, and a burgeoning weight problem.
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 Epinions.com - The greatest action movies ever: The definitive list...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
As one of the most parodied movies ever, it had to be on the list.
Well, I actually prefer the third film, but this movie was so influential to the action genre, it had to be in the top 10.
This film has the greatest martial arts I've ever seen, using Chans trademark props and comedy (Though not as much as some of his other films).
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 The Greatest Movies Ever Made   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
If you ever get the chance, read director Fritz Lang's wife Thea Von Harbou's original book that the movie was based on, especially if you get the copy with William Michael Kaluta's illustrations.
THE MUPPET MOVIE (1980) - There was a 2 year period in my life when I was obsessed with the song "The Rainbow Connection." This movie is Jim Henson's autobiography.
movies: Although I like your list, I think gaping holes were left with the absence of "A Clockwork Orange", "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", and the most inventive movie of the past 60 years, "The Dark Crystal".
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 Puerta del Sol Blog: Reflections on Life in Spain and Spanish Culture: Cinema Archives
I suspect that at least four of these movies, made in a "so-bad-it's-good" spirit of ultra-kitsch, would be proud to take the award.
Mar adentro is one to be seen and reseen and considered carefully, a film that reaffirms life through talking about death, that touches emotions which are too-rarely touched in front of a cinema screen, especially a Spanish one.
There are criticisms you could make - that Sampedro, for example, can't possibly have been as saintly as Bardem is as him, and that the film is overtly manipulative and even a little overschematic - but such protests are swamped by it's compelling emotional logic.
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 NPR : John Henry Faulk's Christmas Story   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
And he got in and had the brightest blue eyes one ever saw.
Lordy, it was the first one we ever had had there.
Everything had been washed and was real clean.
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 Ian Joyce » Movies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
If it’s even half as scary/fucked up as the first one this is going to be a great movie.
The Ring was the scariest movie I’d seen in a long long time.
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 Star Wars: Episodes¬†I-VI - The greatest postmodern art film ever. By Aidan Wasley
As viewers, we recognize the jerky camera movement as that of a hand-held camera, familiar to us from news footage and war movies, and the shot gives a kinetic, you-are-there edge to the chaotic scene.
Until, that is, we realize that the entire scene exists only in a computer hard-drive, that there is no hand-held camera, and that Lucas is using a computer program to mimic the authentic touch of the unsteady human hand.
And so a willing observer, one presuming that all elements have been carefully controlled and assembled, will project that presumption onto what he observes and rationalize his way to a grand unified theory of what is the mess.
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 DrikoLand   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Giant Magazine's image Star Wars Last Supper may be considered blasphemous, but I think it's pretty damn cool.
If you've ever used Micro$oft Paint for any length of time, you know that it pales in comparison to most drawing and editing programs like PhotoShop and its kin.
So when I saw that someone claimed that this drawing of Venice was created solely in MS Paint, I was quite skeptical.
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 O.F.C.S.: The Online Film Critics Society
Beginning with Georges Melies' 1902 fantasy A Trip to the Moon and continuing through this summer's top releases including Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones and the upcoming Minority Report, sci-fi has proven to be among the most durable and prescient of film genres.
In celebrating a century of sci-fi films, the OFCS writers considered more than 400 titles spanning every decade and a variety of formats ranging from short subjects to animation to classics of global cinema.
The Society's web site, which has been hosted since January 2001 by the highly influential film resource Rotten Tomatoes (www.rottentomatoes.com), provides the most comprehensive online listing of reviews and original interviews with the leading artists in today's cinema, plus links to the most important motion picture-related web sites.
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 Bagatellen: The Greatest Movies Ever, Sez Me
Movie that appears on Phil's list and would appear on mine (were I to do one, which I won't) that would likely not appear on anyone else's: Mishima.
I used to go see Demi Moore movies because of how stupid and weird they were, and was sad when she quit the biz, though now she's back, I guess, but she'll never be that kind of star again.
Consider, for example, W.C. Fields as Don Corleone in The Godfather, and Buster Keaton as Josef K in Welles' The Trial (in which Anthony Perkins looked the part but delivered his lines very badly).
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 Films Appealing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
See live article   List of movies that have been considered the greatest ever This is a partial list of films that have been regarded as the greatest ever.
There is no uniform opinion as to which film is the greatest ever, but a number of films have been presented as such.
The story is rather doubtful in the detail of which strip and which short film; it is also possible that the story is completely false, and that Cohl was approached for the job, either by director Etienne Arnaud or by artistic director Louis Feuillade, both...
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 Ian Joyce » Blog Archive » Best and Worst   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
List of movies that have been considered among the worst ever
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 The Greatest Movies Ever Made   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
It was always fun to drag an unsuspecting friend to see it, then enjoy their reaction to the nightmarish concept, the ultra-graphic violence, and the slapstick humor.
PSYCHO - This is considered a classic horror film, but more than that it's a classic fl comedy, full of sick jokes and creepy weirdness.
And the showdown between Bronson and Fonda is the best-scored scene in movie history.
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 Bibi's box: Movies that have been considered the greatest ever
Bibi's box: Movies that have been considered the greatest ever
The list is too American for my taste, but the choices in general are good.
Take a look on In particular countries, specially the French movies (two wonderful movies).
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