Lists by allisonalmodovar
Additional film directors whose films I have watched/ranked My very favorite films directors are here: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls000299003/
I took the pledge to watch 52 films by women for 2016. WARNING: the number of films on this list may exceed 52. Proceed at your own risk.
I tweet the films I watch that were directed by women: Twitter - @allicinema
The films that made me laugh the most.
Best films from the current decade. To be updated.
My favorite actors (and actresses).
Also see Great Performances: http://mubi.com/lists/great-performances
Here are some undeniable favorites. This list originally appeared on MUBI: https://mubi.com/lists/westerns-for-people-who-dont-like-westerns
My favorite films from the 1980s.
Also see my list on MUBI: http://mubi.com/lists/9032
Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary
allisoncm's Favorite Films of the 1970s
The movies that scared me the most.
Allison from CinemaBecomesHer.com chooses her favorite French films.
Jean Douchet's book, French New Wave, features film reviews by critics such as Jacques Rivette, François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard, André Bazin, and Éric Rohmer.
The book not only covers the groundbreaking films of the New Wave, but the films that inspired and were inspired by the movement.
86+ Additional movies found in the essays and index.
#109 (Les Sept péchés capitaux) refers to Jacques Demy's segment "La Luxure"
#111 (Paris vu par…) refers to author Jean Douchet's segment "Saint-Germain-des-Prés"
#130 (Paris vu par…) refers to Jean-Luc Godard's segment "Montparnasse-Levallois"
# 164 (Paris vu par…) refers to Jean-Daniel Pollet's segment "Rue Saint-Denis"
# 178 (Paris vu par…) refers to Jean Rouch's segment "Gare du Nord"
Best German films of all time.
But hopefully not for long!
Musicals I love so much I want to go on singing of them forever.
My ranking of Janet Gaynor's films.
Tier One: 1
Tier Two: 2-6
Tier Three: 7-16
Tier Four: 17
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) 8/10 (Really good)
The Plastic Age (1925) 7/10 (Good)
Claude Chabrol was my favorite French film director. His films usually cover the downward spiral of an ordinary person’s life until everything is out of control. For a full ranking, go to: http://cinemabecomesher.blogspot.com/2010/09/claude-chabrol-june-24-1930-september.html