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While there is no general agreement upon the greatest film, many publications and organizations have tried to determine the films considered the best. The films mentioned in this article have all been mentioned in a notable survey – be it a popular poll or critics' poll. Many of these sources focus on American films or were polls of English-speaking film goers, but those considered the greatest within their respective countries are also included here.

None of these citations should be viewed as scientific measures of the film-watching world. They are often influenced by vote stacking or survey a population with skewed demographics. Internet-based surveys have a self-selecting audience of unknown participants. The methodology of some surveys may be questionable. Sometimes (as in the case of the American Film Institute) voters were asked to select films from a limited list of entries.

Polls of critics and filmmakers

Sight & Sound poll

Every decade, the British film magazine Sight & Sound asks an international group of film professionals to vote for the greatest film of all time. The Sight & Sound accolade has come to be regarded as one of the most important of the "greatest ever film" lists. The American film critic Roger Ebert described it as "by far the most respected of the countless polls of great movies—the only one most serious movie people take seriously."[1]

  • Citizen Kane (1941) by Orson Welles was voted #1 in the five Sight & Sound critics' polls from 1962 to 2002.[2] A separate Sight & Sound poll of established film directors, held for the first time in 1992, also placed Citizen Kane at the top in 1992 and 2002.[2]
  • Bicycle Thieves (1948) by Vittorio De Sica topped the first Sight & Sound critics' poll, in 1952. It also came #7 in 1962 and #6 in 2002.[2] It also came #10 in the 2012 directors' poll.[3]
  • Tokyo Story (1953) by Yasujirō Ozu topped the Sight & Sound directors' poll in 2012, dethroning Citizen Kane.[3] Tokyo Story also appeared in the Sight & Sound critics' poll at third place in 1992, fifth in 2002, and third in 2012.[4]
  • Vertigo (1958) by Alfred Hitchcock topped the Sight & Sound critics' poll in 2012, dethroning Citizen Kane.[3] It also came #7 in 1982, #4 in 1992, and #2 in 2002.[2] In the directors' poll, it came #6 in 1992 and 2002,[2] and #7 in 2012.[3]

For the full list published in 2012, see BFI The Top 50 Greatest Films of All Time.

Brussels World’s Fair's international poll

The Brussels World’s Fair, organized in 1958, offered the occasion for the organization by thousands of critics and filmmakers from all over the world, of the first universal film poll in history.[5] These were the films chosen as most artistically fulfilled:[6][7][8][9]

Rank Film Director Year
1 Броненосец Потёмкин (Battleship Potemkin) Sergei Eisenstein 1925
2 The Gold Rush Charles Chaplin 1925
3 Ladri di biciclette (Bicycle Thieves) Vittorio De Sica 1948
4 La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc (The Passion of Joan of Arc) Carl Theodor Dreyer 1928
5 La Grande Illusion (Grand Illusion) Jean Renoir 1937
6 Greed Erich von Stroheim 1924
7 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Through the Ages D. W. Griffith 1916
8 Мать (Mother) Vsevolod Pudovkin 1926
9 Citizen Kane Orson Welles 1941
10 Земля (Earth) Alexander Dovzhenko 1930
11 Der letzte Mann (The Last Laugh) F.W. Murnau 1924
12 Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari (The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari) Robert Wiene 1920

Audience polls

Particular genres or media

Action

Animation

Christmas

Comedy

Comic book/superhero

See Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind in the acclaimed animated films section above.

  • Akira (1988) is the highest-ranking animated film on lists of best comic book movies published by Movie Review Query Engine,[101] Film4[102] and Total Film,[103] as well as the highest-ranking comic book adaptation on IGN's top 25 animated movies of all time in 2010,[68] and Complex magazine's Best Animated Movies of All Time list.[104]
  • Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy was collectively ranked as #1 on Newsarama's top ten comic book movies list.[105] The Dark Knight (2008) is the most critically acclaimed installment of the trilogy: the film is the highest rated comic book/superhero movie on IMDB's Top 250,[37] voted the greatest superhero movie in a reader's poll conducted by Rolling Stone magazine,[106] and #1 on lists published by Rotten Tomatoes,[107][108] Movie Review Query Engine,[101] AskMen,[109] IGN[110] The Guardian,[111] Total Film,[103] and TheStreet.com.[112] The Dark Knight Rises, the final installment, is considered the best comic book superhero movie in a list published by Forbes in 2012.[113]
  • Death Note (2006) was chosen as the best live-action film based on a manga comic in a Japanese audience poll conducted by the Goo Research online monitor group.[114]
  • Ghost in the Shell (1995) is the highest-ranking film based on a manga comic on Rotten Tomatoes' Comics & Graphic Novels Vs. The Critics list in order of critical approval.[108]
  • Oldboy (2003) is the highest ranking film based on a manga comic on Empire Magazine's lists of the 500 greatest movies of all time,[115] as well as Empire's The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema list.[116] It is the only comic book adaptation to be named one of the ten best Asian films ever made in a 2008 poll conducted by CNN.[117]
  • The Avengers (2012) was ranked #1 in the 2012 edition of SFX's Top 50 Superhero Movies Of All Time list,[118] and the best comic book movie of all time in a list published by Film4 in order of critical approval.[102]
  • The Incredibles (2004) was ranked #1 in Time magazine's list of top ten greatest superhero films in 2011.[119] It is also the highest ranking animated superhero film in a reader's poll conducted by Rolling Stone magazine,[106] and on countdown lists published by media outlets such as IGN in 2010,[68] SFX in 2012,[118] The Guardian in 2013,[111] and the Houston Chronicle in 2014.[120]
  • Persepolis (2007) was the highest ranking graphic novel adaptation on a list of best animated movies ever published by Entertainment Weekly.[121]
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) was named the best comic book adaptation in a list published by Complex magazine in 2011.[122]
  • Spider-Man 2 (2004) was #1 on Rotten Tomatoes' Comix Worst to Best list in 2007.[123]
  • X2 (2003) was voted #1 in Empire Magazine's list of the 20 Greatest Comic Book Movies in 2006.[124]

Courtroom

Crime/gangster

See The Godfather in the Films acclaimed in audience polls section above.

Disaster

Documentary

Epic

Fantasy

High school

Horror/Monsters/Thriller

Musical

Mystery

Political/historical

Propaganda

Religious

Romance

Science fiction

See Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back in the Films acclaimed in audience polls section above.

Sports

War

See Gone with the Wind, Casablanca and Schindler's List in the Films acclaimed in audience polls section above.

Western

Classic Western

Spaghetti Western

Main article: Spaghetti Western

Countries

Argentina

The highest ranked Argentinian film is Juan J. Campanella’s El secreto de sus ojos (The Secret in Their Eyes; 2009; Argentina),[187]

Australia

The Australian Film Institute, in collaboration with Australia Post, conducted an initiative in 2008 asking the Australian public to vote for their all time favourite Australian film. Results from the poll indicate the top five Australian films of all time are:[189]

Bangladesh

See also Cinema of Bangladesh

  • Matir Moina (2002): Winner of the International Critics Prize at Cannes in 2002, internationally acclaimed (and distributed) production that was well received overseas, it was the first Bangladeshi movie nominated for an Oscar.[192]
  • Titash Ekti Nadir Naam (1973): In 2007, A River Called Titas topped the list of 10 best Bangladeshi films, as chosen in the audience and critics' polls conducted by the British Film Institute.[193]

Belgium

Brazil

  • Bus 174 (2002). This documentary about a bus hijacking by José Padilha is the highest rated foreign film at Rotten Tomatoes.[197]
  • City of God (2002) is the highest ranked Brazilian film on Empire magazine's "100 Best Films Of World Cinema" in 2010[198] and the highest rated Brazilian film on the IMDb Top 250 list.[199]
  • Deus e o Diabo na Terra do Sol (1964) has been selected by Brazilian critics as the best film of all time several times, such as the 27th edition of Brazilian film magazine Contracampo.[200]

Canada

Czech Republic/Slovakia

In a poll of filmmakers, critics, and theorists Marketa Lazarova was named best film in the 100 years of Czechoslovak cinema.[205]

Chile

See also: Cinema of Chile

China

See also: Cinema of China
See Raise the Red Lantern (traditional Chinese: 大紅燈籠高高掛) in the Films acclaimed in audience polls section above.

Croatia

  • Tko pjeva zlo ne misli (One Who Sings Means No Harm, 1970) was voted the best Croatian all time movie by the Croatian Society of Film Critics.

Denmark

  • Day of Wrath (Vredens dag) Carl Th. Dreyer's harrowing tale of adultery and repression is often cited in Denmark as the greatest Danish film.[207]
  • Flickering Lights (Blinkende lygter) the 2000 comedy about small-time gangsters was voted the Best Danish Film in a 2007 poll by Ekstra Bladet newspaper. Thomas Vinterberg's The Celebration (Festen) was the runner-up.[208]

Egypt

To mark the centennial of Egyptian cinema, Al Ahram daily newspaper asked the country's top 20 critics to choose the best 15 best Egyptian films of all time. This is the result of the poll (first published July 12, 2007):

Estonia

  • Kevade (Spring, 1969) received the first place in the Estonian feature films Top Ten Poll in 2002 held by Estonian film critics and journalists.[209]

Finland

France

Germany

Hong Kong

Hungary

In 2000, Hungarian film critics chose the so-called "Budapest 12",[218] the twelve best films of Hungary:

India

  • Mughal-e-Azam (1960), later re-released in colour, is considered a classic in terms of grandeur, script, music and acting [236]
  • Taare Zameen Par (2007) is the highest ranked Indian film on IMDb's Top 250.[37]

Some other most recommended Indian movies include [237][238][239][240][241][242]

Iran

See also: Cinema of Iran

Ireland

Israel

  • Giv'at Halfon Eina Ona (1976) was voted "Favorite Israeli Film of All Time" in a 2004 poll by Ynet, the web site of a popular Israeli newspaper. The film got votes from 25,000 surfers.[245]
  • The Policeman (1971) was voted "Best Israeli Film of All Time" in 2008 poll by Cafe The Marker, affiliated with the prestigious Israeli newspaper Haaretz. More than 100 surfers and 7 film experts chose The Policeman. The movie finished ahead of Giv'at Halfon Eina Ona and Blaumilch Canal at a split second place.[246]

Italy

See also: Cinema of Italy

Japan

See also: Cinema of Japan
  • Rashomon (羅生門), 1950: This film by Akira Kurosawa was the first Japanese film to gain worldwide acclaim. It is the highest-ranked Japanese and Asian film in the Village Voice poll of "Best Films of the Century" (ranked #10).[220] It also tied for the highest-ranked Japanese and Asian film on the Sight and Sound 2002 Directors' Top Ten Poll (ranked #9).[250]
  • Seven Samurai (七人の侍 Shichinin no Samurai), 1954: Also by Kurosawa, this period adventure film is frequently cited as the greatest Japanese film ever; at #12, it is the highest-ranked Japanese and Asian film on the Internet Movie Database's "Top 250 movies" list.[251] It ranked, for the first time, at #3 in the 1982 Sight & Sound Critics' Top Ten Poll,[252] appeared on the Sight & Sound Directors' Top Ten Poll in 1992 (ranked #10),[253] tied for the highest-ranked Japanese and Asian film in 2002 (ranked #9),[250] and ranked #17 on the 2012 critics' poll.[254] It is ranked #2 on Rotten Tomatoes' top 100 foreign films,[197] and #1 on their top 100 action/adventure films.[39] It was also voted the "Best Japanese Film ever" in a 1979 Kinema Junpo critics’ poll.[255] It also topped Empire magazine's "The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema" list.[256]
  • Tokyo Story (東京物語 Tokyo Monogatari), 1953: Directed by Yasujirō Ozu, is the highest-ranked Japanese and Asian film on the 2002 Sight and Sound Critics' Top Ten Poll (ranked #5).[257] It was also declared the greatest film ever by Halliwell's Film Guide in 2005.[258] In 2012, Tokyo Story topped the Sight & Sound directors' poll, dethroning Citizen Kane for the first time since the directors' poll began in 1992, and has also come third place in the 2012 critics' poll.[3]
  • Ugetsu (雨月物語 Ugetsu Monogatari), 1953: Directed by Kenji Mizoguchi, it was the highest-ranking Asian film in the Sight & Sound critics' polls in 1962 (ranked #4)[259] and 1972 (ranked #10).[260]

Latvia

Macedonia

Mexico

  • Pan's Labyrinth, a 2006 Mexican co-production, is the highest ranked Mexican or Latin American film on Empire magazine's "100 Best Films Of World Cinema" in 2010.[262]

Netherlands

New Zealand

See Lord of the Rings in the Films acclaimed in audience polls section above.

Norway

  • Flåklypa Grand Prix (Pinchcliffe Grand Prix – 1975 – Ivo Caprino): The people's choice for "Best Norwegian Film of the Century" during the 2005 Bergen International Film Festival.[264]
  • Ni Liv (Nine Lives – 1957 – Arne Skouen): The critics' choice for "Best Norwegian Film of the Century" during the 2005 Bergen International Film Festival.[264]

Pakistan

  • Baji (1963), directed by S. Suleman, topped the British Film Institute's critics poll of "Top 10 Pakistani Films" of all time.[265]
  • Aina (1977), directed by Nazr-ul-Islam, topped the British Film Institute's user poll of "Top 10 Pakistani Films" of all time.[266]

Palestine

Philippines

See Himala in the Films acclaimed in audience polls section above.
  • Maynila: Sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag (Manila in the Claws of Light; 1975) by Lino Brocka was cited in numerous film anthologies and critical polls as the greatest Filipino film ever.[267][268]
  • City After Dark (originally entitled Manila by Night; 1980) by Ishmael Bernal was cited in a poll conducted in 1989 by film scholar Joel David and his UP criticism class as the best Filipino film of all time.[269]

Poland

Romania

Best 10 Romanian films as considered by the Union of Romanian Cineastes and the Film Critics Association[275] (Uniunea Cineaştilor din România şi Asociaţia Criticilor de Film):

Russia

Serbia

  • Who's That Singing Over There (Ko to tamo peva, 1980) was in 1996 voted the best Serbian movie made in the 1947-1995 period by the members of the Yugoslavian Board of the Academy of Film Art and Science (AFUN).[276]

Singapore

  • Ilo Ilo (爸妈不在家, 2013) is the most critically acclaimed film in the history of Singaporean cinema. It is the highest rated Singaporean-made film on IMDB[37] and won 21 international awards, which include 4 at the Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards as well as the Camera d'Or award at the Cannes Film Festival.[277]

Slovenia

  • See You in the Next War (Nasvidenje v naslednji vojni, 1980), voted the best Slovenian film of all times in the poll among contemporary film critics, conducted in 2012 by Dnevnik newspaper.[278]

South Africa

  • Tsotsi In 2006 the film won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, becoming the first South African Film to win an Oscar.
  • Invictus South African, American film about the events in South Africa before and during the 1995 Rugby World Cup, which was hosted in that country following the dismantling of apartheid. Received two acting Academy Award Nominations.
  • District 9 An independent science fiction action/thriller film directed by Neill Blomkamp. Adapted from Alive in Joburg, a 2005 short film directed by Blomkamp and produced by Sharlto Copley and Simon Hansen, depicts humanity, xenophobia, and social segregation. Nominated for four Academy Awards in 2010: Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Visual Effects, and Best Editing.

South Korea

See also: Cinema of Korea

Spain

See also: Cinema of Spain

Several lists consider different films as the best made in Spain. The listed ones more often are: Viridiana (1961), Plácido (1961) and El verdugo (1963).[283] Other films listed in the most of these lists are: El Cochecito (1960), Welcome Mr. Marshall! (1953), Calle Mayor (1956), Chimes at Midnight (1965), The Spirit of the Beehive (1973), Surcos (1951) and La Caza (The Hunt, 1966)

Sri Lanka

  • Pura Handa Kaluwara (1997), also known as Death on a Full Moon Day, directed by P. Vithanage and starring Joe Abeywickrama, topped the British Film Institute's poll of "Top 10 Sri Lankan Films" of all time.[284]
  • Ananta Rathiriya (1995), directed by P. Vithanage, topped the user poll of "Top 10 Sri Lankan Films" of all time.[285]

Sweden

Taiwan

Turkey

In 2003 Ankara Sinema Derneği (Ankara Association for Cinema Culture) chose the "Best 10 Turkish films ever" by a poll among people who are interested in cinema professionally:[288]

Ukraine

United Kingdom

United States

Since 1998, the American Film Institute has assembled juries of film community leaders and polled them for a series of top 100 lists. Two of the lists from the series, 100 Years... 100 Movies from 1998 and 100 Years... 100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) from 2007, identified Citizen Kane as the best American film ever. In other years, AFI's jury members selected Some Like It Hot the greatest American comedy, Psycho as the most thrilling American movie, Casablanca as the greatest American love story, Singin' in the Rain as the greatest American film musical, and It's a Wonderful Life as the most inspiring American film.[295]

  • Vertigo (1958) by Alfred Hitchcock topped the Sight & Sound critics' poll in 2012, dethroning Citizen Kane at the top of the critics' poll for the first time in 50 years since 1962. It has also been voted #8 in the directors' poll.[3]

See also

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