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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:54 am
No. 21
Shutter Island (2010)




Score - 250
No. Of Lists - 4
Average Rank - 19.75
Rotten Tomatoes - 68% 
IMDB - 8.1

Metacritic - 63

Box Office - 295m $

A vastly underrated film, this is a master of twists and atmosphere. A great Scorsese film and his last on our list. The twist at the end really blows your mind. The final ending is touching. And all the rest of the film too! It was all great and intense and mysterious. The atmosphere building and music was superb. leo was in it so great acting was there of course. This is the 15th film from the 2010s. And another Mystery Thriller, which seem to be quite popular among us.

Critic Reviews 

A brilliantly constructed mystery.
May 6, 2011 | Rating: A- | Full Review…

C. Robert Cargill
Film.com
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As senseless, perverse and unwieldy as it undoubtedly is, Shutter Island might be Scorsese's most enjoyable film in a decade.
March 15, 2010 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:01 am
No. 20
The theory of Everything (2014)




Score - 258
No. Of Lists - 5
Average Rank - 25.2
Rotten Tomatoes - 79% 
IMDB - 7.7


Beautiful film, great soundtrack, great love story, unbelievable acting. This was a near perfect film if you forget about hawkin's academic life. Another from the 2010s.

Critic reviews

Well-acted and often moving, Theory of Everything is ultimately an insightful love story that just happens to be about Stephen Hawking.Full review
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A sensitively directed inspirational biopic centered around the great British physicist Stephen Hawking and his mind-over-body struggle with motor neuron disease. Full review

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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:03 pm
No. 19
Schindler's list (1993)




Score - 264
No. Of Lists - 3
Average Rank - 7
Rotten Tomatoes - 96%

RT avg Rating- 9/10 !!!! 
IMDB - 8.9!!!

Metacritic - 93 !!!

Synopsis and General Info 

Oskar Schindler, a German industrialist and member of the Nazi party, tries to save his Jewish employees after witnessing the persecution of Jews in Poland.

Initial release30 November 1993 (DC)
DirectorSteven Spielberg
Featured songPor una Cabeza
Box office321.2 million USD
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Picturemore


Personal Comments

Another War Drama, this is a maginificent film. A film that enriches you for all its bleakness and leaves you with a burning hope and love for humanity. This is one film that none can not-love. Its beautiful. It will break you down all the while mesmerizing you with its magnificent Filmmaking. If there's any who hasn't watched this yet - GO AND WATCH IT!!

This was only put on three lists but really high on each of them for an average rank of 7! The fifth best average rank overall and the fourth best among films in at least 3 lists.

Critic reviews

There are few films more powerful and important than this 1993 winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture, but that's not why you should watch this film. Full review

Heather Boerner
Common Sense Media
Necessary holocaust movie made for a Western audience. At times over sentimental when the subject matter hardly needs any dressing up, this is a beautifully crafted, hopeful movie. Full review

Colin Kennedy
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on Wed Apr 19, 2017 1:21 pm
I'm ready with more. But this is the final 20. So inhe tab hi post karunga jab aur log online honge. Jab aa jao tab bata dena
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:34 pm
No. 18
Andaz Apna Apna (1994)




Score - 266
No. Of Lists - 3
Average Rank - 6.66

IMDB - 8.3


Synopsis and General Info 

Amar and Prem belong to middle-class families but dream big. Gaiety ensues when they both vie to win over a multi-millionaire's daughter to become her heritor.
Release date11 April 1994 (India)
DirectorRajkumar Santoshi
Music directorTushar Bhatia


Personal Comments

Yes, my friends, this is the last Hindi film on the list. And it deserves to be the highest ranked hindi film. It is undoubtedly a cinematic classic and according to so many of us - the best Hindi film ever. this film was way ahead of its time. Each and Every Dialogue is Memorable. It is the most fun you will have in a film. And it is INSANELY Rewatchable. I personally have watched this over 25 times.


This is also the last film to be on 3 lists and has the 4th best avg rating on the entire list. 3rd best discounting movies only placed on 2 lists


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Do Mastanae
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Ye Raat Aur Ye Doori
Asha Bhosle, Balu                                5:12

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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:49 pm
No. 17
Top Gun (1986)




Score - 286
No. Of Lists - 4
Average Rank - 15.25
Rotten Tomatoes - 55%

IMDB - 6.9 


Synopsis and General Info 

1986 ‧ Drama film/Action ‧ 1h 50m
After losing his friend, top pilot Maverick is given a second chance to redeem himself. He struggles to be at his best and also gets romantically involved with his civilian instructor Charlie.
Initial release12 May 1986 (New York City)
DirectorTony Scott
Featured songTake My Breath Away
Box office356.8 million USD
AwardsPeople's Choice Award for Favorite Movie

Personal Comments

Oh the love for this film among peterians. This was 1st on one list, 2nd on another but also 29th on two which lead to an average ranking of good but not the best - 15.25. This is the second highest average among films on 4 lists though. Which also means there's only 1 film left to be on 4 lists. All others after that are on atleast 5 lists!! this is also the first film in the top 50 from the 80s and first film from Cruise, I think. This is also the biggest jump yet with a Jump of 20 points!!!!

Critic reviews


Made at the peak of Tom Cruise's career in the 1980s, "Top Gun" is still exciting to watch. Full review

Heather Boerner
Common Sense Media
Not exactly a cinema classic but it has not only become a cultural icon but remains infinitely rewatchable. Full review

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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 4:58 pm
No. 16
The Prestige (2006)




Score - 292
No. Of Lists - 4
Average Rank - 14.5
Rotten Tomatoes - 76%

IMDB - 8.5


Synopsis and General Info 



Two friends and fellow magicians become bitter enemies after a sudden tragedy. As they devote themselves to this rivalry, they make sacrifices that bring them fame but with terrible consequences.

Initial release17 October 2006 (Hollywood)
Box office109.7 million USD


Odd, but brilliantly so. It's a small film that feels big, a period drama that looks modern, defying comparison to anything but Nolan himself.Full review
Dan Jolin
Christopher Nolan proffers a tricky tale of two rival illusionists who commit themselves to topping and sabotaging each other in turn-of-the-last-century London. Full review
Christopher Lyon
Christopher Nolan's movie is a smart, intriguing tale of deceit and obsession. Full review
Cynthia Fuchs


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Another film from Nolan. Surprisingly there are still a few of his films left! This is the last film to be on only 4 lists.It had many flaws but is somehow loved by most people. It is good though. Although I dont see how its no. 16 level. But hey this ain't my list. Anyways Now we only have films that were on atleast 5 lists!!
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:29 pm
No. 15

Silence of the Lambs (1991)






Score - 314

No. Of Lists - 5

Average Rank - 19.6

Rotten Tomatoes - 95%

IMDB - 8.6


Synopsis and General Info 

Clarice Starling, an FBI agent, seeks help from Hannibal Lecter, a psychopathic serial killer and former psychiatrist, in order to apprehend another serial killer who has been claiming female victims.

Initial release14 February 1991 (USA)

Critic reviews

[center]Foster's Clarice Starling and Smith's Catherine Martin represent something unique in slasher movies: women who won't play victim.Full review
Peter Travers
Anthony Hopkins plays Lecter with magisterial authority and aplomb, resulting in a box-office smash that won the Best Picture Oscar and made Hannibal Lecter a much-imitated screen icon. Full review
Charles Cassady Jr.
A first unmissable, then enduring, but always unmissable classic.Full review
Barry McIlheney

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A masterpiece film. This made the biggest jump yet of 22 points
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:42 pm
No. 14
Life of Pi (2012)




Score - 322
No. Of Lists - 5
Average Rank - 18.8
Rotten Tomatoes - 88%

IMDB - 7.9



Personal Comments

One of my favourite films, this was included in 5 lists. This film deserves to be this high. Its a beautiful captiavating film that makes you think. As its tagline says it makes you believe the unbelievable. Its a beautiful beautiful film and one that you can watch again and again. Its also another fantasy film to make the list, after LOTR and Benjamin Button. Lets see what more will come.


Synopsis and info

Pi Patel finds a way to survive in a lifeboat that is adrift in the middle of nowhere. His fight against the odds is heightened by the company of a hyena and a male Bengal tiger.

Release date23 November 2012 (India)
DirectorAng Lee
Featured songPi's Lullaby
Box office609 million USD
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Directormore


Critic reviews


"Life of Pi" is a beautiful, emotionally resonant tale of faith, friendship, and perseverance. Full review

Betsy Bozdech
Common Sense Media
To produce a coherent film from Martel’s tricky novel would be achievement enough, but Ang Lee has extracted something beautiful, wise and, at times, miraculous. Full review

Olly Richards
Empire
If you aren't put-off by the idea of exploring some new age concepts about life and spirituality, then this a film the entire family will enjoy during the holiday season. Full review
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on Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:55 pm
No. 13
Logan (2017)




Score - 344
No. Of Lists - 6
Average Rank - 20.66
Rotten Tomatoes - 92%

IMDB - 8.5


Personal Comments

The most recent film on the list. Another superhero film in our top 50. And once again a revolutionary Superhero Film!! It has made the biggest point jump yet with a total of 42 points more than Life of Pi!! 

Synopsis and info

In the near future, a weary Logan (Hugh Jackman) cares for an ailing Professor X (Patrick Stewart) at a remote outpost on the Mexican border. His plan to hide from the outside world gets upended when he meets a young mutant (Dafne Keen) who is very much like him. Logan must now protect the girl and … More

Initial release1 March 2017 (France)
DirectorJames Mangold
Based onWolverine; by Roy Thomas; Len Wein; John Romita Sr.
Film seriesX-Men Origins: Wolverine Film Series
Budget97 million USD

Critic reviews


The movie equivalent to Frank Miller's renowned comic book The Dark Knight Returns, this entry in the X-Men series is amazingly moving and grown-up, elevating the superhero genre to new heights. Full review

Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
It’s adult in more ways than one. Full review
A.A. Dowd
A.V. Club
The best Wolverine movie yet: grown-up, ballsy, character-driven and grounded. It feels right that it should be the last one, but it also feels a bit of a shame. Full review

Dan Jolin
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 5:57 pm
Oh bancho
Logan top 10 mein bhi nahi
Even silence of the lambs bhi nhi
Par Logan deserves top 10
Shit. Fuck.
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:01 pm
Are tu abhi top 10 to dekhio
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:07 pm
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:17 pm
Sagar1098 wrote:Agli daal
Something has come up. Wait a few minutes
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 6:50 pm
No. 12
Good Will Hunting (1997)




Score - 366
No. Of Lists - 5
Average Rank - 14.4
Rotten Tomatoes - 97%

IMDB - 8.3


Personal Comments

A lovely film. This film is unforgettable. A thinking man's drama this film got each of their main cast an oscar, two of them for best screenplay!! It had a superb average rank of 14.4 too. This film will move you and will change the way you think. A must watch for all students especially. This is the 6th film from the 90s in our top 50.


Synopsis and info


Will Hunting, a genius in mathematics, is able to solve all the difficult mathematical problems. He takes the help of a psychiatrist to lead a better lifestyle.

Initial release2 December 1997 (Westwood)
DirectorGus Van Sant
Featured songMiss Misery
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Original Screenplaymore
ScreenplayMatt DamonBen Affleck

Critic reviews


Mature teens will appreciate this movie -- which earned a writing Oscar for Damon and co-star Ben Affleck -- as a compelling story about a brilliant young man with a troubled past. Full review

Nell Minow
Common Sense Media
Good Will Hunting is, simply, as good as movies get. Full review

Bob McCabe
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:49 pm
No. 11
InterStellar (2014)




Score - 400
No. Of Lists - 5
Average Rank - 11
Rotten Tomatoes - 71%

IMDB - 8.6

Metacritic -74


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Ah, the most average film on the list makes it at no 11, which is its average rank too!! Point to note - an average rank of no 11 combined with being in 5 lists is awesome!! And yet not enough to make the top 10!! What will the top 10 do?? 


This is also the first film to touch the 400 mark!! And 17th from 2010s.


The film is a sci fi mindblower. Another one from Nolan. 
Hint - hte next film is nolan's too!! Can anyone guess what it is before I post it?


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In the future, Earth is slowly becoming uninhabitable. Ex-NASA pilot Cooper, along with a team of researchers, is sent on a planet exploration mission to report which planet can sustain life.

Release date7 November 2014 (India)
DirectorChristopher Nolan
Featured songStay
Budget165 million USD
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Visual Effectsmore

Critic reviews


In 2001, Kubrick saw a future that was out of our hands. For Nolan, our reliance on one another is all we've got. Full review

Peter Travers
Rolling Stone
For a movie about transcending all manner of dimensions, “Interstellar” ultimately falls surprisingly flat. Full review

Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
As visually and conceptually audacious as anything Nolan has yet done, the director's ninth feature also proves more emotionally accessible than his coolly cerebral thrillers and Batman movies. Full review

Scott Foundas
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on Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:51 pm
Not even in the top 10. !!!!kyu
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on Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:57 pm
Bhai Sabse bada Dhoka
Interstellar missed the top 10
Kyu kaise
Fuck fuck fuck fuck.
Isse karri movie aaj tak bani nhi Sad
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 9:59 pm
No. 10
Inception (2010)




Score - 410
No. Of Lists - 6
Average Rank - 16.83
Rotten Tomatoes - 86%

IMDB - 8.8

Metacritic -74



Personal Comments

Inception. A great film. Not worth top 10 but popular enough to just make it there. Still not Nolan's last. An actual mindblower unlike the previous film. Multi layered, infinitely rewatchable. Great cast and characters. 18th film from 2010s. Last Leo film.


Synopsis and info


Cobb steals information from his targets by entering their dreams. He is wanted for his alleged role in his wife's murder and his only chance at redemption is to perform the impossible, an inception.

Release date16 July 2010 (India)
DirectorChristopher Nolan
Featured songNon, je ne regrette rien
Box office825.5 million USD
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Visual Effectsmore

Critic reviews


With physics-defying, thunderous action, heart-wringing emotion and an astonishing performance from DiCaprio, Nolan delivers another true original: welcome to an undiscovered country. Full review

Nev Pierce
Empire
"Inception" is an intense, complex story, but it's always coherent, imaginative, and entertaining. Full review

Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media
I'll say no more, except that Inception rewards the attention it demands.Full review

Peter Travers
Rolling Stone
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on Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:01 pm
Seriously great movie
Mindfuck at its best
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:06 pm
No. 9
Dead Poet's Society (1989)




Score - 414
No. Of Lists - 5
Average Rank - 9.6
Rotten Tomatoes - 85%

IMDB - 8

Metacritic -79

Personal Comments

Yes!! DPS it is!! And yes you read that right!!! 5 lists and yet an Average rank of 9.6!!!!

Thats how much everybody loved this film. It could have gone even higher with more love.
Its a film you can never forget. if you are a student you're bound to love this one. Anothe rof Robin William's greats. This film is just lovely!. Every single character is inspiring nad connectable. This film deserved its place.


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John Keating, a progressive English teacher, encourages his students to break free from the norms, go against the status quo and live unapologetically.

Initial release2 June 1989 (USA)
DirectorPeter Weir
ScreenplayTom Schulman
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Original Screenplaymore
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Picturemore

Critic reviews


Older kids fall hard for this stirring coming-of-age drama; they love the way it challenges them to think for themselves. The story also tugs at their heartstrings. Full review

Randy White
Common Sense Media
Beautifully directed and with an Oscar-winning story, Dead Poets is an often overlooked screen gem. Itís notable also for a baby-faced Ethan Hawke and a premium performance from Robin Williams. Full review

Angie Errigo
Empire
Many people cried at the screening I attended. I sniffled, too. For the movie that might have been. Full review

Peter Travers
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on Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:08 pm
Bhai yeh hai na MOVIE
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Re: FilmBuffs' Best Films of All Time Countdown Thread. (WE HAVE OUR WINNER!!)

on Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:14 pm
No. 8
The Matrix (1999)





Score - 430
No. Of Lists - 5
Average Rank - 8
Rotten Tomatoes - 87%

IMDB - 8.7

Metacritic -73


Personal Comments

Matrix!! Oh if ever there was a better film. The best sci fi film ever is also the top sci fi in our list. This is an absolutely great film. It got an avg ranking of 8!! Everybody who sees this loves this. Its average ranking is also equal to its actual rank. This film is ultra memorable. Each dialogue is cool. It is the coolest film ever. Its action sequences were Revolutionaries. And yet its story was its biggest thing, the best ever. One that can change your view of the world. This film deserves any top 10 ever. Hail Matrix
There are two more 90s films to come. Which will they be.

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Thomas, a computer programmer, is led to fight an underground war against powerful computers who now rule the world with a system called 'The Matrix'.

Initial release31 March 1999 (USA)
DirectorsLana WachowskiLilly Wachowski
Featured songMain Title / Trinity Infinity
Box office463.5 million USD
ScreenplayLana WachowskiLilly Wachowski

Critic reviews


This film is heavy on special effects and brooding paranoia, light on plot, dialogue, character, and even coherence. Full review

Nell Minow
Common Sense Media
The deliciously inventive Wachowskis have delivered the syntax for a new kind of movie: technically mind-blowing, style merged perfectly with content and just so damn cool. Full review

Ian Nathan
Empire
If fashion dictates choosing sides, it's a lock for the kinky rebels who wear black leather and cool shades. Full review

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on Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:17 pm
Bhai yeh hai na movie
Karri
Superb
Classy
Mind-blowing
Bhai this deserves to be in top 5
Isse karra kya
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on Wed Apr 19, 2017 10:19 pm
If the Matrix is at no 8..there have to be some truly exquisite ones to overtake it
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