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    Your top 25 movies
    • 1. Memories of Murder (2003)
      2. Seven Samurai (1954)
      3. Princess Mononoke (1997)
      4. Tampopo (1985)
      5. Miracle in Cell No. 7 (2013)

      6. Throne of Blood (1957)
      7. Yojimbo (1961)
      8. Spirited Away (2001)
      9. Grave of the Fireflies (1988)
      10. Rashomon (1950)

      11. Kiki's Delivery Service (1989)
      12. Whisper of the Heart (1995)
      13. Amadeus (1984)
      14. Enter the Dragon (1973)
      15. The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2013)

      16. Waking Life (2003)
      17. Amélie (2001)
      18. Oldboy (2003)
      19. Cinema Paradiso (1988)
      20. Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011)

      21. The Way of the Dragon (1972)
      22. Tokyo Godfathers (2003)
      23. Harakiri (1962)
      24. Masquerade (2012)
      25. Mulan (1998)

      Could change around at some point. Not a ranking, just a list.

      "Honorable Mentions" (aka if I could make the list bigger these would also be on it, as would a lot of other movies):
      • Midsummer's Equation (2013)
      • My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
      • Your Name (2016)

      Love Yourself

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    • john_marston wrote:

      You sure like your Asian cinema

      Chloroform wrote:

      ^ Was gonna say the same thing :D

      Also, am I the only one who doesn't really like the movie "Your Name". I thought it was a bit cliche to get all these attention.
      Ah, yes. Growing up I didn't really watch many movies, but out of the ones I did watch the Asian ones were all my favorites and I guess in a way that influences me as I grow older. I like things like Back to the Future, Alien, Ghostbusters, etc. as well, but for the things I would consider solid favorites they would all probably be Asian cinema or something else. There were a couple non-Asian films in my list as well but they're few and far between in comparison. lol

      And as for Your Name, I liked it, enough to consider it a favorite. Haha. I can understand why one wouldn't though, romance actually usually really isn't my thing and I'm not entirely keen on anime itself. Though I enjoyed the story since it seemed like a more "fresh" take on romance for me and it kept me interested. The animation was also very beautiful at times.
    • Only 25 lol here is my list in no particular order.

      1. God father 1 and 2
      2. Lord of the rings trilogy
      3. Sound of music
      4. Charlie and the chocolate factory ( new and old)
      5. Pride and predjudice
      6. Sence and scencibillity
      7. Marie Antoinette
      8. Saving mr banks
      9. Brave heart
      10. Ever after
      11. Spirited away
      12. Howls moving castle
      13. Gone with the wind
      14. The good the bad and the ugly
      15. The princess diaries
      16. L ultimo dei Mohicans
      17. Harry Potter and the goblet of fire
      18. Goodfellas
      19. Little woman
      20. Romeo and Juliet ( baz lhurman version)
      21. Moulin rouge
      22. Disney little mermaid
      23. The last unicorn
      24. Muppet treasure island
      25. Disney Fantasia
      Honourable mentions!
      Bed knobs and broomsticks
      Beauty and the beast Disney

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    • I don't know if I have 25...
      1. Ponyo
      2. Coraline
      3. Wall-E
      4. When Marnie was There
      5. Kubo and the Two Strings
      6. My Neighbor Totoro
      7. Spirited Away
      8. Howl's Moving Castle
      9. Moana
      10. Up
      11. Mulan

      Not much variety, huh.
      I would appreciate it if you could check out my Choose Your Own Adventure story!~☆

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    • That is really hard to rank. I'm just going to list them in no order.

      My Neighbors the Yamadas
      The Lion King
      Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
      Pom Poko
      The Nightmare Before Christmas
      Poor Little Rich Girl (1936)
      Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1938)
      Wee Willie Winkie
      Bright Eyes (1934)
      The Secret Garden (1949)
      Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro
      Millennium Actress
      Little Miss Marker (1934)
      The Miracle Worker (1962)
      Our Little Girl
      Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
      Corpse Bride
      The Others
      Night of the Living Dead (1968)
      Mary Poppins
    • 25 is a little difficult. Let's see...

      Top tier:

      Let the Right One In
      The Handmaiden
      I am a Hero

      The rest (in no order):

      The Villainess
      Train to Busan
      Hara Kiri
      Kumiko: The Treasure Hunter
      Why Don't You Play in Hell?
      Coco (minus the Frozen 'short')
      Get Out
      The Pentagon Wars
      The Prestige
      Jacob's Ladder
      Mr Holmes
      The Princess Bride
      All Dogs go to Heaven
      Corpse Bride

      Tiny bit of everything in there, I think.
    • 1. Caddyshack
      2. The BIg LeBowski
      3. Grandma's Boy
      4. Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Fellowship, Return of the King, Two Towers)
      5. Star Wars Trilogy (Empire Strikes back, A New Hope, Return of the Jedi)
      6. Robinhood Men in Tights
      7. Kill Bills
      8. Old School
      9. Bigger.Longer.Uncut
      10. Dumb and Dumber
      11. Snatch
      12. Die Hard
      13. Step Brothers
      14. Office Space
      15. Inglorious Bastards
      16. The Truman Show
      17. Young Frankenstein
      18. Clue
      19. Cable Guy
      20. Groundhog Day

      Just rattled 'em off
    • I have five tiers of favorites. Within each tier, there are five movies. Only the A tier is necessarily better than the rest.

      A. Alien (1979)
      A. The Handmaiden (2016)
      A. Wall-E (2008)
      A. Coco (2107)
      A. Carol (2015)

      B. Jurassic Park (1992)
      B. Confessions (2010)
      B. I Am a Hero (2015)
      B. Assassination (2015)
      B. The Villainess (2017)

      C. Rocky (1976)
      C. Creed (2016)
      C. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
      C. Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (2014)
      C. Get Out (2016)

      D. Leon: The Professional (1994)
      D. All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989)
      D. Jacob's Ladder (1990)
      D. Nolan's Batman Trilogy (2005-2012)
      D. The Prestige (2006)

      E. Logan (2017)
      E. Ringu (1998)
      E. Harakiri (1968)
      E. Mr. Holmes (2015)
      E. Coraline (2015)
    • According to the average person with lots of experience:

      1. The Godfather (1972)

      2. The Godfather: Part II (1974)

      3. Psycho (1960)

      4. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

      5. Rear Window (1954)

      6. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

      7. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)

      8. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)

      9. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

      10. Casablanca (1942)

      11. 12 Angry Men (1957)

      12. Seven Samurai (1954)

      13. Alien (1979)

      14. Pulp Fiction (1994)

      15. North by Northwest (1959)

      16. Goodfellas (1990)

      17. Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)

      18. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back

      19. Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)

      20. It's a Wonderful Life (1946)

      21. Apocalypse Now (1979)

      22. Taxi Driver (1976)

      23. Citizen Kane (1941)

      24. Se7en (1995)

      25. Schindler's List (1993)

      Well, some introduction before I get to this list. It is commonly thought that IMDb has a much more reasonable Top 250 than Rotten Tomatoes, and that is for a major reason. Rotten Tomatoes has thousands of 95-98% movies that just by chance a sample of critics thought were passable, not incredible. RT unfortunately appeals to people because critics mostly rate movies so high, so your favorite movie likely has a high rating, but if you actually look you'll realize your movie's incredibly low compared to most everything else, and that's is why a typical movie with 98% on RT feels so average, while masterpieces with an 80% in 1000th to 3000th places on RT are so good. The facts show that many brilliant movies on RT are rated low (80-90%, that is 3000th place very low) and so many average movies are rated high at 98%-100%. Only the people who look at the facts know RT has a completely screwed up rating system. If you disagree and think it works for how likely you are to enjoy a movie, then you just haven't looked at the facts. Now, I support something better than the IMDb rating, I'll get to it in a second, but I just want to say IMDb has a much better Top 250 than RT because (A) it heavily weighs for spam ratings and outliers, (B) is based on a rating system 1-10 that works, as it accounts for different tiers of quality, not just "80% rate this passable compared to unpassable." IMDb scores are a phenomenal resource, however...

      This is where I really wanted to start off. Recent news for me, IMDb is even better than I thought, because it features an even better scoring system I hadn't seen: Scores according to its most experienced raters. That's right, if you've seen and rated lots of movies throughout the years, if you show experience every year, you qualify here. This in effect, is the very pinnacle of a good rating system. They have a Top 250, as well as scores for every movie.

      Check out the IMDb Top 250 according to the most experienced raters, if you haven't already
      Objectively this should be the best list of movies on average, because IMDb is already such a good site, this list is objectively even better.

      For people who really know movies and care more about the facts
      -Aeluras CVII

      More info on who is selected…00-voter%E2%80%9D-on-IMDb

      What is a Zelda game? My take on it.

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    • In my opinion, in agreement with john_marston, the IMDb Top 1000 Voter's Score I pointed out is the way to go, available for any movie. (A) Metacritic is great in theory but it just doesn't have enough sample size, and (B) I trust a group of 1000 people who just make lists simply out of personal passion for movies, not reputation. They're anonymous, they've spent long long hours rating more movies than critics, they rate more critically than critics, that's because they're being honest with themselves, because nobody is looking. Critics have to meet public expectation, seem to spend more time mimicking than thinking for themselves, and thus can be fake with their reviews.

      Scoring systems do work, just look at the Experienced Rater's Top 250 above for the proof.
      It's just that, everyday film fans who put in passion rating thousands of films for years of their life, imo, are who make up the sample I want to trust with a score. Not your typical 15 year old with 5 movie reviews. That's why this feature is here.

      I think it's the best list I've ever seen. Oh also, you can bring up any score from them from that movie's main page. Ie. at the bottom: Star Wars: Last Jedi 6.9/10... yeah this group is pretty critical because it's something personal to them.

      What is a Zelda game? My take on it.

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    • I agree, however I think you just read the IMDb Top 1000 Voter's Score as the % chance you will enjoy the movie, not an objective score you need to agree with. It represents chance because it's a tabulation of different people. I mean, as you probably know. The same would be true for Metacritic if I thought it were indeed accurate to the population, but I think it appeals to much more bias and groupthink.

      For example, the highest scorer according to the IMDb Top 1000 is The Godfather at a 9.3, and only 49% of the Top-1000 give it a 10. So 9.3 really means you have about a 93% chance of enjoying the movie, and a 49% chance of loving it. The Last Jedi they gave a 6.9, with 16% giving it a 10, so you have about a 69% chance of enjoying it and a 16% chance of loving it. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King has an 8.5, and only 39% of them give it a 10. So you have about an 85% of enjoying it, and a 39% chance of loving it.

      I think the IMDb Top 1000 best represents the % chance you will like a movie. I know some think Metacritic, but I have my doubts on Metacritic, as a smaller, sketchier sample of critics, while the IMDb Top 1000 do this out of similar knowledge but much more honesty and passion for movies, so they're more accurate, larger in size, they've rated more movies, and anything below a 4/10 vote on IMDb barely counts into averages, so it's a nicely weighed system.

      But hey if you think Metacritic gives a more accurate score, more power to you. Just as long as we agree Rotten Tomatoes scores are a big lie (demonstrated by the facts themselves.)

      What is a Zelda game? My take on it.

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