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Note: lists are subjective and are not meant to be an objective assessment of the quality or value of any particular movie. This list is undeniably personal and it reflects my own thematic preferences. I consider "best" to be some kind of combination of technical achievement, enjoyment of viewing and a variety of other factors. It's also contextual: ask me a month from now and I might provide you with a very different looking list. Additionally, it was difficult for me to leave some movies off the list which I actually adore (Aliens, Predator) but which I intuitively don't think constitute horror enough to be featured on a list such as this one. Understand all of this before replying or commenting with an outraged "how could you leave X off of the list!?" or "I can't believe you ranked X higher than Y!!!"
 
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If you’re looking to get scared—really scared—on the spookiest night of the year, you can’t do better than these movies
 
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These scary movies (that aren't too scary) will set the Halloween mood for the entire family
 
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From slashers to seances, we've rounded up the best Halloween movies (with bonus video trailers) for a scary night in. Too scary? Try the best Halloween movies for kids.
 
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Grab some candy and pop in one of these classic Halloween flicks for a ~spooky~ night in.
 
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The top christian movies
 
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This list is taken from Robert Knight of OnePoll's study of 2000 British adults. It's by no means a definite "Most Watched Movies of All Time"-list! But it sure contains some of the most popular and loved movies by British people today. Enjoy!
 
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AFI presents another episode in its widely acclaimed series of CBS television specials — AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies, which launched AFI's on-going celebration of the cinema centennial. Each special honors a different aspect of excellence in American film. Honoring the 10th anniversary of this award-winning series, a jury of 1,500 film artists, critics and historians determined that Citizen Kane remains the greatest movie of all time. Raging Bull and Vertigo cracked the top 10, while The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Rings, Saving Private Ryan, The Sixth Sense and Titanic are among films to make it on the list for the first time.
 
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Here are some hits and misses from the 80's! I grew up with all of these movies. While some are cheesy and horrible, others are quotable and iconic. I really hope you seek out the movies you haven't seen here. They are a perfect piece of 80's awesome! How many have you seen?
 
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Top Movies
 
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250 Best Actors From The Last 40 Years
 
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With his devil-may-care attitude and potent charisma, Jack Nicholson emerged as the most popular and celebrated actor of his generation. A classic anti-hero, he typified the new breed of Hollywood star -- rebellious, contentious and defiantly non-conformist. A supremely versatile talent, he uniquely defined the zeitgeist of the 1970s, a decade which his screen presence dominated virtually from start to finish, and remained an enduring counterculture icon for the duration of his long and renowned career. Born April 22, 1937 in Neptune, New Jersey, and raised by his mother and grandmother, Nicholson travelled to California at the age of 17, with the intent of returning east to attend college. It never happened -- he became so enamored of the west coast that he stayed, landing a job as an office boy in MGM's animation department. Nicholson studied acting with the area group the Players Ring Theater, eventually appearing on television as well as on stage. While performing theatrically, Nicholson was spotted by "B"-movie mogul Roger Corman, who cast him in the lead role in the 1958 quickie The Cry Baby Killer. He continued playing troubled teens in Corman's 1960 efforts Too Soon to Love and The Wild Ride before appearing in the Irving Lerner adaptation of the novel Studs Lonigan. He did not reappear on-screen prior to the 1962 Fox "B"-western The Broken Land. It was then back to the Corman camp for 1963's The Raven. For the follow-up, The Terror, he worked with a then-unknown Francis Ford Coppola and Monte Hellman. A year later, he enjoyed his second flirtation with mainstream Hollywood in the war comedy Ensign Pulver. Under Hellman, Nicholson next appeared in both Back Door to Hell and Flight to Fury. Together, they also co-produced a pair of 1967 Corman westerns, Ride in the Whirlwind and The Shooting. A brief appearance in the exploitation tale Hell's Angels on Wheels followed before Nicholson wrote the acid-culture drama The Trip, which co-starred Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda. He also penned 1968's Head, a psychedelic saga, and wrote and co-starred in Psych-Out. After rejecting a role in Bonnie and Clyde, Nicholson was approached to star in the 1969 counterculture epic Easy Rider. As an ill-fated, alcoholic civil-rights lawyer, Nicholson immediately shot to stardom, earning a "Best Supporting Actor" Oscar nomination as the film rose to landmark status. Nicholson appeared briefly in the 1970 Barbra Streisand musical On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, followed by Rafelson's Five Easy Pieces, in which his notorious diner scene remains among the definitive moments in American cinematic history. The film was much acclaimed, earning a "Best Picture" Oscar nomination; Nicholson also received a "Best Actor" bid, and was now firmly established among the Hollywood elite. He next wrote, produced, directed and starred in 1971's Drive, He Said, which met with little notice. However, the follow-up, Mike Nichols's Carnal Knowledge, was a hit. After accepting a supporting role in Henry Jaglom's 1972 effort A Safe Place, Nicholson reunited with Rafelson for The King of Marvin Gardens, followed in 1973 by the Hal Ashby hit The Last Detail, which won him "Best Actor" honors at the Cannes Film Festival as well as another Academy Award nomination. Nicholson earned yet one more Oscar nomination as detective Jake Gittes in Roman Polanski's brilliant 1974 neo-noir Chinatown, universally hailed among the decade's greatest motion pictures. The next year, Nicholson starred in Michelangelo Antonioni's The Passenger, then delivered a memorable supporting turn in the musical Tommy. The Fortune, co-starring Warren Beatty and Stockard Channing, followed, before the year ended with Milos Forman's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; the winner of five Oscars, including "Best Picture" and, finally, "Best Actor." The film earned over $60 million and firmly established Nicholson as the screen's most popular
 
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Movies produced by Christians that promote or embody their religions. 1980-Present
 
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Must Watch Christian Movies

From a production company’s point of view, making faith based movies is a risky decision. It doesn’t matter to which religion you belong, a faith based movie surely have impact on your thoughts. So production company always try to make movies with positive message in them. Most faith based film makers have good intentions and they want to send a positive message through their film. Religion based films are released every then and now in world cinema. Christian films are the most watched religion movies.

Most Christian films revolve around the birth and life Jesus Christ. Often called the Son of God, Jesus sacrificed himself so that the world can be a better place. Christian films are also known for having soothing soundtrack. They have songs and music that praises the lord. So all in all they give you good vibes and increases your faith in god.

There are many Christian films but i have included only those Christian films that actually gives good message and are entertaining as well. This list doesn’t have all films revolving around the life of Jesus, but it has films that chronicles the life of people who did miraculous thing from their faith and belief in god.

Here have a look on 50 Greatest Films on Christianity:
 
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Top 50 highest-grossing films of all time (not adjusted for inflation). From Wikipedia: Films generate income from several revenue streams including theatrical exhibition, home video, television broadcast rights and merchandising. However, theatrical box office earnings are the primary metric for trade publications in assessing the success of a film, mostly due to the availability of the data compared to sales figures for home video and broadcast rights, and also due to historical practice. Included on the list are charts of the top box-office earners (ranked by both the nominal and real value of their revenue), a chart of high-grossing films by calendar year, a timeline showing the transition of the highest-grossing film record, and a chart of the highest-grossing film franchises and series. All charts are ranked by international theatrical box office performance where possible, excluding income derived from home video, broadcasting rights and merchandise.
 
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This a list - my own personal opinion - of movies everyone should at least see once in their lifetime. Enjoy!
 
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Ah, the 1980s, the era of boomboxes, VCRs, shoulderpads, legwarmers, and countless other fashion trends and politics we'd all love to forget. But they did have some great movies.
 
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These are the Top 35 Upcoming Christian Movies/Films for 2016 in Theaters and on DVD/Blu-ray or on TV/Cable.
 
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My favorite actors and actreses
 
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June is here, and with Sundance, Berlin, SXSW and Cannes over, and the summer blockbuster season well underway, the year in the film world is starting to take shape. And while superhero clashes and fairy-tale remakes have dominated the mainstream talk, there’s been a lot more variety and depth to be found for anyone digging a little deeper, either in the mainstream or the arthouse worlds. With a dozen or more movies opening virtually every week, it seems like it’s more easy than ever for films to slip through the cracks. So, as we approach the halfway mark of the year, we decided to look back at the early part of 2016 and pick out the best of the year so far. Below you’ll find, in no particular order, 20 films ranging from giant blockbusters to microbudget foreign films that have reminded us why we love the movies so. Take a look, and let us know your own favorites in the comments.
 
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Best At Large
 
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Best Overall
 
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Best Restoration
 
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Best Sound
 
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Best Interactivity
 
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Best Extras
 
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Best Picture Quality Live Action
 
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The best of the best!
 
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Best blu rays for picture and sound quality
 
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Rotten Tomatoes put together a list with the 100 Best Movies of All Time. Most of them are classics.
 
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Movies that it seems like just about everyone has seen; based on box-office, commercial appeal, lasting popularity, prevalence in conversation, and iconic status.
 
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10,000 Empire readers, 150 of Hollywood's finest and 50 key film critics voted in the most ambitious movie poll evert attempted.
 
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100 of my personal favorite cult movies from Black Sunday to Napoleon Dynamite. These movies are quirky and fun to love.
 
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Here is a list of all of the winners of the Best Picture prize at the Academy Awards (including this year's winner).
 
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Who better to judge the best movies of all time than the people who make them? Studio chiefs, Oscar winners and TV royalty all were surveyed as THR publishes its first definitive entertainment-industry ranking of cinema's most superlative.
 
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This list is from retro junk from the user dalmationlover. The people have spoken. I asked you what your favorite movies from the 80's were. You gave me big lists, and I had a hard time putting it all together. This is going to be a very long list, so I'm going to keep it short and just list the movies without really talking about them or anything. Sorry if that sounds amateurish, but that's how I'm gonna do it. Also, just so you guys won't complain like little kids, I'm going to include pictures. Well, without further ado, here is the list you helped me put together. These are...
 
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How many of these 101 movies from the 1980's have you seen? From comedy to sci-fi, these movies will bring back some great memories!
 
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This is a list of 100 films that every nerd needs to see. Not just Sci-fi, or Fantasy, or Superheroes, etc. I mean, of every film ever made, which 100 do you expect someone who calls themselves a nerd to have at least watched once (or be able to lie about watching)? I'd love suggestions for revisions. Also, I didn't really list this in any order.
 
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A complete list of every movie Disney has ever produced or helped produce. From Wikipedia: Walt Disney Pictures is an American film production company and division of The Walt Disney Studios, owned by The Walt Disney Company. The division is based at the Walt Disney Studios and is the main producer of live-action feature films within the The Walt Disney Studios unit. It took on its current name in 1983. Today, in conjunction with the other units of The Walt Disney Studios, Walt Disney Pictures is classified as one of Hollywood's "Big Six" film studios. Nearly all of Walt Disney Pictures' releases are distributed theatrically by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, through home media platforms via Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment and through television syndication by Disney–ABC Domestic Television.
 
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This is current as of January 20, 2015. (In addition to bringing it up to date in order and content, I also put in the proper version of Seven [1995], as opposed to the one on the base list.)
 
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Here is a list of 75 of the 200 most popular films of 1980-1995 according to IMDB. From Wikipedia: "The films of the 1980s covered many genres, with hybrids crossing between multiple genres. The trend strengthened towards creating ever-larger blockbuster films, which earned more in their opening weeks than any previous film, due in part to staging releases when audiences had little else to choose."
 
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A list of one hundred significant films of the 1930's. There are many more that could be listed as well, but here are some of the highlights.
 
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A list featuring one hundred significant films of the 1940's. There are many more that could be listed, but here are some of the highlights of that decade.
 
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A list featuring a hundred significant films of the 1950's. There are many more than what is mentioned on this list, but here are some of the highlights.
 
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A list of one hundred significant films of the 1960's. There are many more that could be included in this list, but here are some of the highlights.
 
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A list of one hundred significant films of the 1970's. This list could include many more, but these are some of the highlights.
 
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A list of one hundred significant films of the 1980's. There are many more, but here are some of the highlights.
 
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A list of one hundred significant films of the 1990's. There are many more, but these are a few of the highlights.
 
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A list of one hundred significant films of the 2000s. There are many more, but here are some of the highlights. (Note The Harry Potter Series Is As 1 Series)
 
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Which Jesus movie was the coolest, most influential and most touching?
 
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Drama Movies featured on listal.com
 
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top watched actors & actresses featured on listal.com
 
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1001 Movies you must see before you die.

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die is a film reference book edited by Steven Jay Schneider with original essays on each film contributed by over 70 film critics. It is a part of a series designed and produced by Quintessence Editions, a London-based company, and published in English-language versions by Cassell Illustrated (UK), ABC Books (the publishing division of Australian Broadcasting Corporation), and Barron's (USA). The first edition was published in 2003; the most recent edition was published in 2012.[1] Contributors include Adrian Martin, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Richard Pena, David Stratton, and Margaret Pomeranz.

Each title is accompanied by a brief synopsis and critique, some with photographs. Presented chronologically, the 7th edition begins with Georges Méliès' A Trip to the Moon from 1902;[citation needed] among the 21st century films included in the book are The Hurt Locker, Avatar, Fish Tank, The King's Speech, and the Coen brothers adaptation of True Grit.[2]

The book has been popular in Australia, where it was the seventh best-selling book in the country for a week in April 2004[3] and was promoted alongside the presentation of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's My Favourite Film television special.

I also added Supplementary Editions to the list and heres the list of where i got the list from go to here www.listology.com/flogged/list/1001-movies-you-must-see-you-die enjoy and got any questions just leave it in the comments thanks.
 
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My on going collection of movies i'm always buying more i have over a thousand movies i think but hope you enjoy and comment if you want to.