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Commander's Rounds Entry 18: The Odd Fox Out
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One of the things it took some time for the commander to notice was that his photo albums had been put back very neatly. Hm.
While the matter of Incomparable took up most of his time, he did sort out some of the business that occurred while he was away. Z23 had managed perfectly well as his administrative stand-in while he was gone, and apparently she had been assisted by King George V- and the fact that Z23 still smelled faintly of King George's saffron buns told him that the royal gave her the same sort of assistance that she gave him.
Enterprise's exercises went off without a hitch, which meant that entrusting Bataan to successfully coax Taihou out of her room was a gamble that paid off. The report of the exercise was filled with notes about how Taihou went off specifically to hunt down and sink Akagi as the first thing she did in the exercise. While she did succeed and sent Akagi off to sit out most of the exercise in a grumpy huff, it wasn't orderly behavior. He was going to have to keep an eye out to make sure things didn't blow up even bigger between those two.
But catching up with all of this meant a lot of time indoors- and that meant he was going to get a visitor that wanted him out of those doors. And that afternoon, he got a visitor who was determined to drag him into something enjoyable, or at least something that didn't involve sitting.
"Commander, you've been inside all day- let's get you out and doing something!"
And that was Kii, in a nutshell. A big, bold, and friendly fox-woman who... Well, she wasn't as focused on the actual "training" part, at least not in the same scientific way as someone like Tennessee of Massachusetts, but was rather of the opinion that if you weren't doing something vigorous, exhausting, or fun for at least part of the day, you were wasting your time.
He had been aware of Kii ever since Shinano showed up, but his first real encounter with her was when Admiral Hipper decided to run her mouth at him at the most wrong place at the most wrong time. He couldn't really blame Kii for concluding that Admiral Hipper was picking on him and just generally being a bully, and people picking on others was a thing that Kii couldn't stand.
Thankfully, for Admiral Hipper's sake, what followed next was broken up pretty quickly. Kii was let off with a minor infraction because Bismarck was willing to let the matter drop, and Admiral Hipper received a short but very hard lesson in the problems of letting her temper run away with her mouth. Prinz Eugen was oddly sanguine about the incident, telling him that "It was probably the only way she'd learn, really."
Being lifted off of the ground after telling a tall woman to "Say that to my face" leaves quite an impression.
But what left quite an impression on him was the fact that there was someone willing to defend him from being picked on. This was in no supply at many points in his life, so any time Kii wanted him to come out and, well, play, essentially, there was only one worthwhile answer.
"Sure, whatever you like."
And that was basically his relationship with Kii.
She never really browbeat him into joining her on whatever escapades she had in mind, and it's not like she asked it every day- she was the sort of person who could make her own fun by dueling Takao or King George V or Le Mars whenever she felt the urge to do such a thing (and she preferred a variety of opponents), or just find some other thing to do.
But Kii was just plain fun to watch.
The thing is, the other foxes, like Akagi and Tosa and Shinano and so on never seemed to exert themselves all that much outside of exercises and battle, but Kii always had this sort of overwhelming physicality about her where it would feel strange if she wasn't having a good time or exploding into action or whatever. That just extended into everything, even just the way she moved, and also how it seemed that her very generous form was always on the verge of winning a war it was fighting against her own clothes. Her sarashi was always just on the edge of being catastrophically overpowered by a bust it was straining against all hope to contain, and the way the rest of her clothes moved around her legs and hips occasionally showed more skin in places that the designers probably didn't intend.
She just had boundless energy of all kinds.
"It still gets me that you don't use a sword. It feels like something an officer should do."
The commander took out his combat knife. "I did learn a bit of fencing, but I was trained on knives more than anything. It may not look like much, but it's easier to make weapons that fit circumstances than the other way around. If I were to fight you and your long sword here in this gym, sure I'd certainly lose. But in the tight, narrow corridors of a ship, your weapon's movements would be highly restricted, whereas I could still use everything I learned. I mean, I'd still probably lose, but it would be much less favorable to you."
Kii smiled. "Okay, okay. But still, not even like, a later sword?"
The commander shrugged. "Believe me, I would've been completely stoked if one day our instructor came in and said, "All right, today we start your combat instruction on the cutlass." But we aren't exactly in the age of galleons and mainsails anymore, and I don't see the cubes furnishing us with the HMS Victory any time soon." He considered. "While swordsmanship isn't a huge part of what we do at sea, you still bring other superb qualities to the fleet."
She gave a big grin to him. "Hee. Of course. I figured that you were a big fan of my massive cannons- And why not? I'm proud of them, too."
While she did like to tease like this, it was harmless, really. So why not tease back? "Yeah, I do like to see them in action. They're really quite impressive."
And Kii just gave him a big, broad smile. You just had to have a sense of fun to hang out with her. She worked hard and played as hard as she worked.
And her enthusiasm was contagious- he had actually neglected keeping up his close-combat exercises before he had met Kii, and so they would occasionally spend time just sorta practicing their moves together. Not that they did anything in sync since they were using very different weapons, but it was just a thing that they did, together, and it always made him work harder when he was doing something with someone who cared deeply about that thing.
And that applied to everything, not just physical training.
But right now, he was with Kii, who was keeping perfect balance in her moves through the careful and subtle manipulation of her various floofy tails.
Of course she caught him, and gave him a smile. "Hey, commander, there's plenty of time to look at me after we're done, yeah?"
Thanks to keeping up in other training the commander managed to not embarrass himself, even if he couldn't really keep up with Kii's endurance. After he had done all he could, he had a sit down, and Kii joined him. "Better!" she said. "But now I've got a question for you."
She put her hands in her lap. "All right, say you've got that knife in your hand, and you had a shot at the Siren leader, just you and them. Would you hesitate?"
The commander thought a moment. "If we're assuming a knife would even work? Depends on what they have to say before the end. One thing's for sure, I'm not listening to anything that's not 'I'm unconditionally surrendering to Azur Lane, and vow to spend the rest of my life using my technology to fix all the damage that I've done with my creations and improve the lot of those living on Earth.' Nothing else will do."
She gave him a smile. "Hah! Fair enough. Not even a little bit curious about why they're doing this, though?"
He shook his head. "There's a point where that kind of thing just stops mattering. I mean, I am curious, it's just that they're not likely to say anything worth listening to. We're dealing with someone who has set murderbots loose on the ocean, has left the people of islands and coastal cities wondering if tonight is the night that their roof falls on their head, and has caused the deaths of millions. Any noble sentiment they might try to attach to their actions is just going to be a bunch of self-serving garbage that no one in their right mind will take seriously. Anyone who abuses their power and technology to do that sort of thing doesn't have a reason, they want an excuse."
She gave him a nod. "And if they insist on blathering on about it?"
He shrugged. "If they don't know how to stop and read the room, the only way I can see that ending is me asking Roon to give them a hug."
Kii had a chuckle. "Maybe I'd like to see that. Also, maybe I wouldn't. All right commander, lets hit the pool, I've wrung enough of this kind of training out of you."
If it was the pool, it meant that Kii was done forcing him to do any of the really hard stuff. He took a breather before heading off to the locker room to change into his swim trunks. He took a deep breath, as he knew that Kii's choice of clothes and swimsuit reflected her personality as someone who liked to show off at any and all times.
It was one of the ways in which she was different than her sister, Suruga. He didn't pay much mind to the fact that she was a fox-woman and Suruga was... Suruga, as it wasn't even the first time he encountered sisters who were different species. The Mutsukis, for one, and Ise and Hyuuga for the other.
But as he changed, he began to consider something else- he never saw Kii hanging out with any of the other kitsune. Not with the sort of 'noble' kitsune, like Tosa, Amagi, Kaga, Akagi, and Shinano, or with any of the other foxes, like Jintsuu, Sendai, Niizuki, or Hanazuki. Kii was always just sorta... Off to the side. It was something he'd have to ask about later. Best not to leave his workout partner waiting, though.
And it's a good thing, too, because he got out there just in time to see her dive into the pool. She tended to dismiss her tails when she went swimming, so that her soaked fur didn't cause her drag. When she poked her head up out of the water, she gave him a big smile, the only kind she knew. "Commander! Water's fine!" Kii was also the only one of the foxes to prefer a one-piece, but granted it was one that did double time to emphasize all the curves she had. It was a properly Kii swimsuit.
He didn't hesitate to accept her invitation, and dove right in.
She had a chuckle once he joined her. "You know, you seemed a bit nervous the first time I invited you for a swim. But it wasn't a big deal in the end, right?"
It wasn't, but... "I wasn't quite used to you and your fashion sense yet."
Kii gave him a grin. "Hah, you say that when there's girls who wear a whole lot less when they go swimming around here."
The commander had to be honest. "Yeah... But there's also a lot more you."
She floated back, and giggled. "Fair enough! Come on, commander, let's make waves, all right?"
Kii didn't make him swim hard, and she just let him follow. She set her own pace to his so that she was always in sight, and not making any move to outdo him- she just honestly wanted to take a swim with him for the sake of spending time in the water with the commander. Just sorta playing around while pretending it was exercise. Well, okay, it still was technically exercise, but not as intense as real swim training.
She did, in fact, just want to make waves.
He knew when she'd had enough when she pulled herself up out of the water, still glistening from being soaked. She was able to keep it up for a long while, which wasn't a surprise- though it wasn't as well-known as their other traits, foxes tended to be very good swimmers as well, and when Kii hit the pool, that sort of thing was on full display as well as everything else she put out there.
The commander eventually joined her, sitting with her by the side of the pool. "Had enough?"
She gave him her smile. "For now... We can't do this forever, though, we're going to be having dinner and drinks with Ise and maybe Hyuuga. You game?"
He needed a moment to catch his breath. "Yeah. Sounds like a good way to end the day, really?"
"That's because it is!" Kii had one of her stretches. "Don't think you have to drink as much as we do, though. It's not a good look for a commander to stumble back home, unless it's a holiday or something."
"I'll keep that in mind."
"Good!" She stopped mid-stretch, and looked to him. "Hey, commander. I know you've got other things to think about, so why do you always hang out whenever I ask you to? It seems tiring for you, and all."
There was no reason not to be honest. "If we're being truthful here, it's because I liked you as soon as I met you."
Kii continued her stretch. "Really now? So, what caught your attention. I'm not going to be happy with you if you're dishonest."
The commander had the truth on his side. "There's lots that got my attention. However, the thing that caught my interest was that, even though I can handle Admiral Hipper just fine on my own- her bark is far worse than her bite- you still came to defend me when you thought I was being picked on, and that's... not really something that happened to me before. At least, not that much."
She blinked, not seeming to expect that answer. But she seemed pleased with it. "Heh, well, that's just how it should be. If you see someone bullying someone else and you have the strength to stop it, then you'd better do just that, no matter what. If you don't step in, then you're not the kind of person who's worth my time."
He noted her surprise. "Yeah, and more generally, you could be the biggest knockout in the world, but it doesn't really matter if you're just not someone who's worth spending time with as a person."
She soon got to her feet. "And that means you just spend time with me whenever I want to get you outside. Anyway, I'm going to change. We'll all be talking more once the drink starts flowing, I'm sure of that."
And then she went on her way. He started to watch her go out of habit, but he quickly adjusted his gaze once he remembered that her swimsuit showed a bit more skin in back than one might expect.
Kii was proud of herself, and liked to show off.
The commander knew exactly where Ise liked to drink- he had gone there with her himself a few times back in the early days. Ise was the opposite of shy, and was a loud, proud battleship- it's no wonder that Kii got along with her and Hyuuga so well. It was a nice, tastefully Sakura-style restaurant.
Ise was already waiting for them inside, and waved to them. "Hey there! And you brought the commander, too!"
Kii looked around after they sat down. "Hyuuga's not coming?"
Ise shook her head. "Nah, sis has been busy scouring the port up and down to find volunteers. She's looking to try out a new kind of training, and needs lots of help."
Kii chuckled. "Ah, what has she gotten in her head now? I might be interested."
Ise flicked an ear. "She calls it the hundred-ship kumite. It's only conceptual now, but she hopes to have it together."
The commander was taken aback. "She plans to fight a hundred ships at once?"
Ise paused for a moment. "Nah, just a hundred ships in a row. I think, anyway?" She paused to consider this. "But then, it is Hyuuga... Yeah, I'd better get that cleared up. But anyway, it's time for the rest of us to kick back. Especially since commander probably got run ragged."
The commander looked over the menu. "It's exhausting, yet fulfilling. Kii is a good workout partner. Anyways, I hope you don't mind if I go easy on the drink- I can't knock 'em back like the two of you can."
Kii gave him a backpat, and a grin. "You know, I think we understand a commander's duty by now. But I'll get you home even if I do have to carry you all the way back."
And Ise added her own thought. "Yeah, don't worry, even if you mess up- we'll all be idiots together, then!"
It was good to have these kinds of friends.
The food almost seemed secondary to the drinking, really. It's not like it was bad, certainly, but he always figured that the point of these sorts of things was to drink just enough that you started talking about things that you just couldn't while being formal in the workplace- just a time after work where you let everything out. Not that Ise or Kii were especially shy to begin with, but the principle remained.
Ise chuckled. "So, I hope this isn't disappointing compared to that royal banquet stuff you go to, but it's what we've got."
The commander shook his head. "Nah, it's the company that makes the meal. King George doesn't cook fancy stuff either, but dining with her is a treat. And it's not like I've ever had a bad thing about sharing drinks with the two of you."
Kii giggled, and downed her drink before pouring herself another. "Yeah, commander might hang out with the fancy or girly sorts a lot, but he still finds time for us. He's the commander of the whole fleet, yeah? It's why I can't let anyone give him a hard time. Or anyone pick on anyone else, really."
Ise slammed one back, herself. "Can't be easy keeping him out of trouble though yeah?"
"Doesn't matter!" She gave a grin. "I like the commander and he likes me. He never turns down an offer to hang out with this big fox."
The commander took a drink himself. He needed to before pushing the next question. "That reminds me- I never see you hanging out with the other foxes, just really me, Ise, and Hyuuga, for the most part. Been wondering about that."
He thought he saw a brief flicker in Kii's eyes, their normal brightness dimming just for a moment. She then smiled at him. "Hah! Well, that's the commander, always asking questions. Anyway, commander, after this is over, you wanna go to the park? It's pretty nice at night."
That was a quick swerve, but.. "Yeah, I don't see a problem."
"Good!" She gave him a hearty slap on the back, and he was glad he didn't have anything in his hands. "Now, Ise, let's see how Hyuuga might be doing this hundred-ship fight of hers..."
And so the subject was put under the table.
The talk went well into the evening, but, in time, even Ise had had enough and was ready to go home, so the three of them went their separate ways. Kii took the commander to a remote part of the park, and she was a bit more quiet than usual along the way. The commander wondered if he had made a mistake, but Kii occasionally gave him a smile to reassure him. At least, he thought it was to reassure him.
So they found a place with a nice view, and Kii did a long, slow stretch before the commander opened his mouth. "So... Something on your mind?"
She turned to face him. "Commander, you asked me a bit of a strong question back there. About foxes and all that. You can sit down if you want, there's a bit of a long answer, there."
He waited to get seated. "Not a painful one, I hope."
Kii shook her head, her long hair moving back and forth in its ponytail. "I wouldn't be me if I couldn't take a couple of hard knocks. You may want to sit down, though."
The commander sat down on the park bench. "All right, what's on your mind."
"Put straight, me and the other foxes just aren't suited for each other, just all across the board. Those sorts like Shinano, Tosa, Kaga, Amagi, Akagi, they're all so vicious or cold or mystical and whatever, all just so super-serious or philosophical that it's just not going to be a thing." She looked off to the side a bit. "Besides... The rest of them have never really done much to stop those two from picking on or mocking others from being 'vermin' or 'weak' or whatever, so they're not people I'd give the time of day."
The commander nodded. "All right, what about the rest?"
She sighed. "Yeah, the others are soft and cute and sweet, and all, but I wouldn't call myself soft or even cute, and I just play too rough to have anything to do with them. I wouldn't exactly call Nagato or Niizuki people who're suited for my kind of night on the town." She shook her head. "So, yeah, I'm just someone who wants to fight and drink and show off and have a good time. And as far as foxes go, that means I'm off in the corner."
The commander understand, to a degree. "Yeah... I never really got along with other humans, myself. So, anyway, that's why it's Ise and Hyuuga and me."
"Yeah." She put on her playful smile. "But it's not so bad, really. After all, today I found out that the commander likes a part of me that I'm really proud of. Well, one of the many parts of me that I'm really proud of anyway. And after all, isn't the commander using his strength to do the same kind of thing?" She paused a minute. "But I know you like those more girly kinds of ships more than anything, including those other foxes."
The commander decided to venture further. "...Is this a problem?"
"Nah." She now looked directly at him, and even at night those bright blue eyes of hers seemed to shine a little. "It's just that you seem to give so much to those kinds of ships, that even though we hang out and train and swim and go drinking, I've just always wondered if I could ever get a little bit of that extra that the commander gives to those other kinds of girls. Even if it was just curious as to how it felt."
The commander made eye contact. "Well, if you were interested in that sort of thing, you always could've asked. You've always been welcome to it."
"Yeah, well, you can't say 'You should've just asked'. It's harder for some kinds of people to ask some kinds of things than others." She put her hands together. "I'm not exactly a lovey-dovey sort of person who can just go 'Oh, my brave commander, how I long to feel the caress of your hands on my skin, your lips on my hot, heaving bosom!'." She gave him a grin. "It's just not me. I can't do that sort of thing, except as a goof."
The commander shrugged. "If it helps, if you ever did do that, I'd immediately assume I'd been captured an put in some kind of dream machine. But I'd still like to have known."
Kii chuckled. "Yeah, yeah, I get it. But that's just how it is. So, are you just gonna leave it there, or...?"
He gestured her to the bench. "If that's how you feel, I'm not going to let it go, even if we're getting into the evening. Besides, there's stuff I can do for you, even out here." He patted his lap. "Have a seat, and I'll give you something that I give the other girls."
She walked up to him. "You sure you're up for having me there?"
He rolled his shoulders. "Look, I deal with King George V and Taihou and all sorts. I'm kinda used to handling big girls by now."
"Sounds like a plan!" And then she sat herself down, dropping her rather sizable behind in his lap. She grunted a bit, and she moved her tails around him so she could sit far back. He ended up getting fluffed quite a bit, but those silken tails wouldn't be a bother. "Heh. Now the commander wants to show me something? This'll be good."
He flexed his fingers and put them up on her shoulders, slipping one hand under her clothes to get the proper grip for what he had in mind. He hadn't been able to exercise this for a bit due to his recent travel, and this was a good a time and as good a partner as any. "All right, this seems to be a favorite." Even at night he knew where his hands and fingers needed to go, and then he got to work.
Kii's ears began to twitch and swivel. "Oooh... A massage? Commander, you'd better not hold back. I'll be disappointed in you if you do."
The commander shrugged. "All right, but remember that you asked for it."
The fox-woman smiled. "You bet I did. If you're doing something you love, you should do it without restraint or regret, so everyone can see you knock it out of the park. So let me have it!"
And so he did.
He thought about how she wore her rigging and other equipment, plus her size and curves in general, and went right to work. He had learned after Illustrious's instruction and years of doing this where the tight and tender spots on her back were likely to be. He also knew that Kii wouldn't accept anything less than the absolute fullest of everything he could do, so he put fingers, palm, and heel of his hands all to work in letting her have it.
At the very least, she didn't sound disappointed. She closed her eyes at first as he started up, her ears moving this way and that. She even began to lean into his grip as he worked her shoulders and upper back. He was just warming up, however, getting used to the feel of Kii before he decided it was time to really go for it, to do the kinds of things that let other people know his friends were having a good time. So he found the spots that got stiff, and the spots that worked the hardest...
And then she started making noises. Soft and pleasant at first, and she even rolled her shoulders a bit. But as he worked her where she would feel it most, those sounds became more vigorous- it felt like he was turning up the volume as he worked. Even if she didn't feel all that stiff or sore, he knew that there were some places that were worked harder than others and needed attention. And when he found one of those spots...
Her eyes flew open. "Ahhh! Commander~!" And he felt her tails brush around him as he continued. She did ask for that sort of thing. And so things continued like that, with the occasional potential noise violation, until he felt the job was done. He took a deep breath afterwards.
"So was it to your liking?"
She giggled. "Jeez, commander- so this is the kind of thing you train to do when I'm not looking. Some people might wonder if I was in heat or something."
He shook his head. "I had a very good teacher. I hope I didn't embarrass you by making so much noise."
Kii had a big smile. "I can't have any regrets- I did ask you to let me have it, and you sure did. I can't complain if someone I ask to give it their all actually does so. And besides, I've never been embarrassed about having a good time, or being with someone who gives me a good time. Other people can get embarrassed for me, if they want, but it's not going to be me."
The commander gave a sigh of relief. "At least you had a good time."
"Yeah." She turned and sat sideways in his lap. "There, now I can look at you. It feels like this is something you're passionate about, and that's good! And you aren't afraid of showing it off, either."
The commander put an arm around her to keep her steady on his lap. "So, now what do you want to do."
She didn't think long. "I'd just like to stay like this, for a bit longer. I like to stick around people who show me a good time, all right?"
He looked up into those bright eyes of hers. "All right."
And so he stayed there, with Kii now seated sideways in his lap. It's true that she wasn't as dignified or intense or mystical as the noble kitsune of the Sakura empire, and she wasn't small or soft or cute like the other Sakura foxes. But...
After some silence, the commander spoke up. "So... After we're done here, you want me to walk you home?"
Kii put one of her hands on his, and smiled. "Haha, nope!" She looked up into her bright, shining blue eyes. "Because I'm going to walk you home. It's my job to keep you safe, right, commander?"
She was really good at being Kii, which was more than big, brave, and beautiful enough.
These are the statistical top 500 movies of all time, according to 23 different websites
I want to emphasize that this is NOT an official ranking nor my personal ranking; it is just a statistical and, personally, interesting look at 500 amazing movies. These rankings reflect the opinions of thousands of critics and millions of people around the world. And I am glad that this list is able to cover a wide range of genres, decades, and countries. So before I get bombarded with "Why isn't X on here?" or "How is X above Y?" comments, I wanted to clear that up.
I sourced my data from Sight & Sound (both critic and director lists), TSPDT, iCheckMovies, 11 domestic websites (Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, IMDb, Letterboxd, TMDb, Trakt, Blu-Ray, MovieLens, RateYourMusic, Criticker, and Critics Choice), and 9 international audience sites (FilmAffinity, Douban, Naver, MUBI, Filmweb, Kinopoisk, CSFD, Moviemeter, and Senscritique). This balance of domestic/international ratings made the list more well-rounded and internationally representative (sites from Spain, China, Korea, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic, Netherlands, and France).
As for my algorithm, I weighted websites according to both their Alexa ranking and their number of votes compared to other sites. For example, since The Godfather has hundreds of thousands of votes on Letterboxd but only a couple thousand on Metacritic, Letterboxd would be weighted more heavily. After obtaining the weighted averages, I then added the movie's iCheckMovies' favs/checks ratio and TSPDT ranking, if applicable. Regarding TSPDT, I included the top 2000 movies; as an example of my calculations, Rear Window's ranking of #41 would add (2000-41)/2000=0.9795 points to its weighted average. I removed movies that had <7-8K votes on IMDb, as these mostly had low ratings and numbers of votes across different sites as well. For both Sight & Sound lists, I added between 0.5 and 1 point to a movie's score based on its ranking, which I thought was an adequate reflection of how difficult it is to be included on these lists. As examples, a #21 movie would have 0.9 points added while a #63 would have 0.69 points.
So without further ado, the statistical top 500 movies ever made. I separated the scores into overall, critics, domestic, and international columns to make comparisons easier. This list on Letterboxd.
|1||The Godfather||93.89||97.73||90.50||89.36||1972||Francis Ford Coppola|
|2||The Godfather: Part II||91.93||93.30||89.04||88.06||1974||Francis Ford Coppola|
|3||Seven Samurai||91.05||97.38||87.63||85.90||1954||Akira Kurosawa|
|4||12 Angry Men||90.45||95.45||88.74||88.62||1957||Sidney Lumet|
|5||City Lights||89.94||96.75||85.67||85.93||1931||Charlie Chaplin|
|6||The Good, the Bad and the Ugly||89.45||91.20||87.81||86.59||1966||Sergio Leone|
|7||The Shawshank Redemption||89.41||82.95||89.49||89.18||1994||Frank Darabont|
|9||Modern Times||89.28||95.55||85.21||85.37||1936||Charlie Chaplin|
|10||Schindler's List||89.08||93.80||87.22||87.29||1993||Steven Spielberg|
|11||Pulp Fiction||88.85||92.60||87.69||86.42||1994||Quentin Tarantino|
|12||Rear Window||88.63||97.65||85.40||83.33||1954||Alfred Hitchcock|
|13||One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest||88.55||87.38||86.28||86.97||1975||Miloš Forman|
|14||Apocalypse Now||88.54||93.85||85.24||83.48||1979||Francis Ford Coppola|
|15||Tokyo Story||88.49||98.30||85.16||83.76||1953||Yasujirō Ozu|
|16||Spirited Away||88.34||93.78||86.80||85.91||2001||Hayao Miyazaki|
|19||Singin' in the Rain||88.01||97.65||83.95||83.13||1952||Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen|
|20||Sunset Boulevard||88.00||95.45||85.44||84.22||1950||Billy Wilder|
|21||Citizen Kane||87.83||99.03||83.06||82.22||1941||Orson Welles|
|24||Once Upon a Time in the West||87.71||86.65||85.48||84.62||1968||Sergio Leone|
|25||Fanny and Alexander||87.54||97.30||83.15||83.00||1982||Ingmar Bergman|
|26||The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King||87.40||92.59||86.06||85.38||2003||Peter Jackson|
|27||Andrei Rublev||87.39||91.90||83.80||83.94||1966||Andrei Tarkovsky|
|28||The Passion of Joan of Arc||87.39||94.65||83.88||83.57||1928||Carl Theodor Dreyer|
|29||Sherlock Jr.||87.36||96.45||83.64||85.60||1924||Buster Keaton|
|30||Bicycle Thieves||87.35||94.70||83.91||83.46||1948||Vittorio De Sica|
|32||Some Like It Hot||87.28||95.30||82.11||83.73||1959||Billy Wilder|
|34||Children of Paradise||87.21||95.33||84.81||83.27||1945||Marcel Carné|
|35||Taxi Driver||87.14||93.88||83.60||82.06||1976||Martin Scorsese|
|36||The Dark Knight||87.08||88.81||86.96||84.80||2008||Christopher Nolan|
|38||Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans||87.02||93.95||82.23||84.02||1927||F. W. Murnau|
|40||Pather Panchali||86.96||94.35||84.40||82.80||1955||Satyajit Ray|
|41||Lawrence of Arabia||86.95||97.65||83.76||81.49||1962||David Lean|
|43||Ordet||86.82||98.10||83.08||82.55||1955||Carl Theodor Dreyer|
|44||It's a Wonderful Life||86.77||90.45||85.17||84.90||1946||Frank Capra|
|47||The 400 Blows||86.70||96.70||83.14||82.60||1959||François Truffaut|
|50||Come and See||86.50||90.50||85.22||83.13||1985||Elem Klimov|
|51||The Apartment||86.48||92.00||84.09||82.99||1960||Billy Wilder|
|52||The General||86.45||91.45||82.59||83.87||1926||Buster Keaton, Clyde Bruckman|
|53||Grave of the Fireflies||86.43||95.13||85.85||82.97||1988||Isao Takahata|
|54||Le Trou||86.41||89.95||85.46||85.14||1960||Jacques Becker|
|55||The Battle of Algiers||86.37||95.40||82.64||81.24||1966||Gillo Pontecorvo|
|56||A Man Escaped||86.34||96.50||83.67||82.03||1956||Robert Bresson|
|57||Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb||86.34||95.85||84.37||83.03||1964||Stanley Kubrick|
|58||Paths of Glory||86.25||92.30||84.97||84.48||1957||Stanley Kubrick|
|59||The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring||86.24||88.75||85.61||84.31||2001||Peter Jackson|
|60||All About Eve||86.23||96.95||83.69||83.20||1950||Joseph L. Mankiewicz|
|61||Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back||86.21||86.93||87.05||83.29||1980||Irvin Kershner|
|62||High and Low||86.16||86.55||86.08||84.26||1963||Akira Kurosawa|
|63||The Great Dictator||86.15||91.10||84.25||85.03||1940||Charlie Chaplin|
|64||The Silence of the Lambs||86.12||88.68||85.29||84.17||1991||Jonathan Demme|
|65||2001: A Space Odyssey||86.06||88.35||82.93||81.54||1968||Stanley Kubrick|
|66||North by Northwest||86.03||96.38||83.17||81.74||1959||Alfred Hitchcock|
|67||Double Indemnity||85.91||94.38||83.84||83.12||1944||Billy Wilder|
|69||Woman in the Dunes||85.91||93.95||84.71||83.77||1964||Hiroshi Teshigahara|
|70||Sansho the Bailiff||85.88||95.50||84.24||82.21||1954||Kenji Mizoguchi|
|71||Once Upon a Time in America||85.87||86.10||83.84||85.53||1984||Sergio Leone|
|72||City of God||85.86||84.08||86.39||84.00||2002||Fernando Meirelles, Kátia Lund|
|73||Late Spring||85.81||94.75||83.74||82.27||1949||Yasujirō Ozu|
|74||Barry Lyndon||85.80||87.95||82.44||82.30||1975||Stanley Kubrick|
|75||The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers||85.78||88.78||85.00||84.29||2002||Peter Jackson|
|76||Raging Bull||85.77||90.48||82.01||81.80||1980||Martin Scorsese|
|80||The Seventh Seal||85.67||92.10||83.52||82.13||1957||Ingmar Bergman|
|81||The Kid||85.61||92.85||82.91||84.94||1921||Charlie Chaplin|
|82||Wild Strawberries||85.51||90.05||83.38||82.24||1957||Ingmar Bergman|
|83||A Brighter Summer Day||85.50||93.38||84.07||81.01||1991||Edward Yang|
|85||The Pianist||85.38||88.69||83.31||84.80||2002||Roman Polanski|
|86||The World of Apu||85.38||93.20||84.38||83.09||1959||Satyajit Ray|
|87||La Dolce Vita||85.37||94.38||81.40||80.48||1960||Federico Fellini|
|88||Star Wars||85.33||90.03||85.22||81.92||1977||George Lucas|
|89||The Best of Youth||85.31||88.78||85.31||83.64||2003||Marco Tullio Giordana|
|90||The Gold Rush||85.29||94.55||81.93||83.59||1925||Charlie Chaplin|
|91||The Third Man||85.26||96.50||82.91||80.21||1949||Carol Reed|
|92||The Treasure of the Sierra Madre||85.20||96.68||82.77||81.81||1948||John Huston|
|93||I Am Cuba||85.18||93.60||82.00||83.44||1964||Mikhail Kalatozov|
|94||The Lives of Others||85.14||89.03||84.12||82.73||2006||Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck|
|95||Witness for the Prosecution||85.13||92.65||83.67||84.99||1957||Billy Wilder|
|96||Touch of Evil||85.11||95.70||81.36||79.65||1958||Orson Welles|
|98||Scenes from a Marriage||85.02||86.85||84.80||83.06||1974||Ingmar Bergman|
|99||To Be or Not to Be||84.99||89.58||82.52||83.39||1942||Ernst Lubitsch|
|100||A Separation||84.92||94.24||83.34||80.90||2011||Asghar Farhadi|
|101||The Night of the Hunter||84.91||96.93||81.17||79.06||1955||Charles Laughton|
|102||Three Colors: Red||84.87||96.78||83.32||80.78||1994||Krzysztof Kieślowski|
|104||Back to the Future||84.85||89.38||84.47||81.94||1985||Robert Zemeckis|
|105||My Neighbor Totoro||84.84||87.53||83.44||83.17||1988||Hayao Miyazaki|
|106||In the Mood for Love||84.84||83.87||82.55||81.20||2000||Wong Kar-wai|
|107||Princess Mononoke||84.83||81.18||85.02||84.24||1999||Hayao Miyazaki|
|108||Saving Private Ryan||84.82||90.35||83.94||82.50||1998||Steven Spielberg|
|109||Cinema Paradiso||84.78||82.30||84.73||83.43||1988||Giuseppe Tornatore|
|110||La Jetée||84.75||89.25||83.27||81.80||1962||Chris Marker|
|111||The Wages of Fear||84.71||94.60||82.99||82.80||1953||Henri-Georges Clouzot|
|112||Das Boot||84.68||90.13||83.62||82.71||1981||Wolfgang Petersen|
|113||Fight Club||84.65||71.18||86.39||84.95||1999||David Fincher|
|114||Nights of Cabiria||84.64||92.25||82.72||83.13||1957||Federico Fellini|
|115||La Strada||84.61||92.60||80.79||82.78||1954||Federico Fellini|
|117||Forrest Gump||84.50||76.90||83.06||86.12||1994||Robert Zemeckis|
|118||Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse||84.49||90.41||85.03||81.69||2018||Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Bob Persichetti|
|119||The Lion King||84.45||88.28||77.22||84.09||1994||Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers|
|122||The Shop Around the Corner||84.40||94.43||80.85||82.37||1940||Ernst Lubitsch|
|124||Umberto D.||84.38||92.63||82.20||81.75||1952||Vittorio De Sica|
|125||Army of Shadows||84.37||95.30||82.98||80.50||1969||Jean-Pierre Melville|
|126||Blade Runner||84.34||85.85||82.57||80.29||1982||Ridley Scott|
|127||Samurai Rebellion||84.33||89.05||82.85||83.84||1967||Masaki Kobayashi|
|129||The Circus||84.29||90.35||81.69||83.14||1928||Charlie Chaplin|
|130||Raiders of the Lost Ark||84.19||89.33||84.31||80.57||1981||Steven Spielberg|
|131||Grand Illusion||84.18||95.35||81.85||79.78||1937||Jean Renoir|
|132||A Clockwork Orange||84.18||82.78||82.37||82.51||1971||Stanley Kubrick|
|133||Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind||84.07||89.37||83.36||80.57||2004||Michel Gondry|
|134||A Woman Under the Influence||84.01||87.40||82.51||80.40||1974||John Cassavetes|
|135||The Cranes Are Flying||84.00||89.30||82.76||82.40||1957||Mikhail Kalatozov|
|136||Yi Yi||83.91||91.25||82.48||79.64||2000||Edward Yang|
|137||To Kill a Mockingbird||83.91||89.13||81.98||82.20||1962||Robert Mulligan|
|138||The Matrix||83.90||77.78||84.54||83.06||1999||Wachowski Sisters|
|139||The Sting||83.90||85.73||82.71||83.36||1973||George Roy Hill|
|140||The Mother and the Whore||83.87||94.55||81.24||79.82||1973||Jean Eustache|
|142||Early Summer||83.85||94.45||82.19||82.01||1951||Yasujirō Ozu|
|143||Werckmeister Harmonies||83.80||91.73||80.89||81.93||2000||Béla Tarr, Ágnes Hranitzky|
|144||Coco||83.80||86.21||82.73||83.66||2017||Adrian Molina, Lee Unkrich|
|145||Toy Story||83.76||95.03||82.30||80.15||1995||John Lasseter|
|146||It Happened One Night||83.76||90.83||81.46||81.76||1934||Frank Capra|
|147||Reservoir Dogs||83.74||84.68||83.12||81.99||1992||Quentin Tarantino|
|149||The Deer Hunter||83.73||87.68||80.57||82.06||1978||Michael Cimino|
|150||The Young and the Damned||83.72||87.10||82.58||80.82||1950||Luis Buñuel|
|151||The Best Years of Our Lives||83.68||92.63||81.19||81.20||1946||William Wyler|
|152||The Leopard||83.66||97.30||79.56||79.57||1963||Luchino Visconti|
|153||Time of the Gypsies||83.65||86.05||83.31||82.29||1988||Emir Kusturica|
|154||Ali: Fear Eats the Soul||83.61||96.70||80.51||79.97||1974||Rainer Werner Fassbinder|
|155||Raise the Red Lantern||83.57||90.25||82.37||81.81||1991||Zhang Yimou|
|156||Terminator 2: Judgment Day||83.57||82.00||84.11||81.83||1991||James Cameron|
|157||The Shining||83.55||75.35||84.08||81.80||1980||Stanley Kubrick|
|159||Portrait of a Lady on Fire||83.52||93.59||83.08||80.02||2019||Céline Sciamma|
|160||Greed||83.51||97.05||80.65||80.64||1924||Erich von Stroheim|
|161||Gone with the Wind||83.48||92.90||80.01||81.68||1939||Victor Fleming|
|162||There Will Be Blood||83.48||89.65||81.91||79.02||2007||Paul Thomas Anderson|
|163||L.A. Confidential||83.46||91.63||82.08||80.81||1997||Curtis Hanson|
|164||Paris, Texas||83.46||83.95||82.89||81.66||1984||Wim Wenders|
|165||Throne of Blood||83.45||91.30||82.18||81.49||1957||Akira Kurosawa|
|166||Toy Story 3||83.43||93.55||81.61||80.32||2010||Lee Unkrich|
|168||On the Waterfront||83.37||93.00||82.23||79.52||1954||Elia Kazan|
|169||Trip to the Moon||83.37||94.70||79.96||82.83||1902||Georges Méliès|
|170||The Rules of the Game||83.33||96.55||80.45||78.02||1939||Jean Renoir|
|171||Red Beard||83.32||74.15||83.41||83.27||1965||Akira Kurosawa|
|172||The Grapes of Wrath||83.32||95.45||80.42||80.34||1940||John Ford|
|173||Au Hasard Balthazar||83.29||98.08||77.93||77.54||1966||Robert Bresson|
|174||Autumn Sonata||83.29||84.85||83.09||82.66||1978||Ingmar Bergman|
|175||Annie Hall||83.28||93.18||80.58||80.58||1977||Woody Allen|
|176||The Conformist||83.27||96.68||79.92||78.58||1970||Bernardo Bertolucci|
|177||Rocco and His Brothers||83.24||84.73||81.95||81.68||1960||Luchino Visconti|
|178||Dersu Uzala||83.23||74.75||82.35||83.37||1975||Akira Kurosawa|
|179||Cool Hand Luke||83.21||93.05||82.22||79.83||1967||Stuart Rosenberg|
|180||Monty Python and the Holy Grail||83.18||91.98||82.96||79.30||1975||Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones|
|181||Le Samouraï||83.18||92.35||82.45||79.40||1967||Jean-Pierre Melville|
|184||The Bridge on the River Kwai||83.14||90.58||81.93||80.24||1957||David Lean|
|185||The Red Shoes||83.13||93.15||82.82||79.96||1948||Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger|
|186||American Beauty||83.10||87.15||81.93||81.13||1999||Sam Mendes|
|187||To Live||83.10||84.00||82.16||82.46||1994||Zhang Yimou|
|188||Battleship Potemkin||83.10||95.85||77.81||80.41||1925||Sergei Eisenstein|
|189||Day of Wrath||83.09||93.40||81.07||81.29||1943||Carl Theodor Dreyer|
|190||All Quiet on the Western Front||83.07||92.85||80.05||81.48||1930||Lewis Milestone|
|191||It's Such a Beautiful Day||83.07||91.25||83.62||79.77||2012||Don Hertzfeldt|
|192||Full Metal Jacket||83.06||81.53||82.21||82.54||1987||Stanley Kubrick|
|193||The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari||83.05||96.40||79.84||81.83||1920||Robert Wiene|
|195||The Usual Suspects||83.02||80.23||84.08||81.48||1995||Bryan Singer|
|196||The Cameraman||83.00||93.90||80.77||81.57||1928||Edward Segdwick, Buster Keaton|
|198||The Elephant Man||83.00||83.00||82.10||81.87||1980||David Lynch|
|200||Make Way for Tomorrow||82.97||95.80||81.72||80.14||1937||Leo McCarey|
|201||The Great Escape||82.97||87.68||82.29||80.66||1963||John Sturges|
|202||Your Name||82.97||84.55||84.07||81.29||2016||Makoto Shinkai|
|206||The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance||82.88||91.90||81.08||79.53||1962||John Ford|
|207||Aguirre: The Wrath of God||82.87||94.55||80.46||78.62||1972||Werner Herzog|
|210||Anatomy of a Murder||82.84||94.00||80.57||80.02||1959||Otto Preminger|
|211||The Wild Bunch||82.84||90.35||79.45||80.12||1969||Sam Peckinpah|
|212||The Hunt||82.75||82.08||82.79||82.62||2012||Thomas Vinterberg|
|213||Il Sorpasso||82.74||95.75||82.84||79.57||1962||Dino Risi|
|214||The Last Laugh||82.74||95.25||79.47||81.61||1924||F. W. Murnau|
|215||A Streetcar Named Desire||82.73||94.60||79.89||80.26||1951||Elia Kazan|
|216||Life Is Beautiful||82.73||68.45||83.60||85.57||1997||Roberto Benigni|
|217||A Short Film About Love||82.71||87.10||81.90||81.89||1988||Krzysztof Kieślowski|
|218||The Shop on Main Street||82.71||94.45||82.15||80.43||1965||Ján Kadár, Elmar Klos|
|219||Rio Bravo||82.71||92.10||80.46||79.80||1959||Howard Hawks|
|220||Roman Holiday||82.70||84.55||80.74||82.42||1953||William Wyler|
|221||Ivan's Childhood||82.69||94.80||81.25||80.37||1962||Andrei Tarkovsky|
|222||The Exterminating Angel||82.68||91.10||81.66||80.17||1962||Luis Buñuel|
|224||The Last Picture Show||82.67||94.15||79.90||79.56||1971||Peter Bogdanovich|
|225||The Truman Show||82.64||89.63||79.70||82.15||1998||Peter Weir|
|226||Memories of Murder||82.64||82.88||82.68||80.94||2003||Bong Joon-ho|
|227||Faust||82.62||89.70||80.23||81.94||1926||F. W. Murnau|
|228||Sans Soleil||82.62||83.90||79.45||80.51||1983||Chris Marker|
|229||Song of the Sea||82.57||87.63||80.59||82.23||2014||Tomm Moore|
|230||Léon: The Professional||82.55||67.38||84.05||84.07||1994||Luc Besson|
|233||Sweet Smell of Success||82.52||96.53||80.81||77.62||1957||Alexander Mackendrick|
|234||For a Few Dollars More||82.52||79.28||82.38||83.15||1965||Sergio Leone|
|235||White Heat||82.51||90.65||80.77||81.24||1949||Raoul Walsh|
|236||Brief Encounter||82.50||88.35||80.81||81.03||1945||David Lean|
|237||Wings of Desire||82.49||85.70||81.30||80.42||1987||Wim Wenders|
|239||An Autumn Afternoon||82.45||91.95||81.68||79.85||1962||Yasujirō Ozu|
|240||The Tale of the Princess Kaguya||82.44||90.63||81.16||80.43||2013||Isao Takahata|
|244||Django Unchained||82.39||83.44||82.23||81.94||2012||Quentin Tarantino|
|245||Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels||82.38||95.50||78.73||79.69||1975||Chantal Akerman|
|246||Kind Hearts and Coronets||82.38||95.60||80.80||79.72||1949||Robert Hamer|
|247||Dog Day Afternoon||82.37||88.40||81.11||79.80||1975||Sidney Lumet|
|248||Forbidden Games||82.37||93.75||80.36||80.99||1952||René Clément|
|249||The Crowd||82.35||93.35||79.21||81.23||1928||King Vidor|
|251||Mary and Max||82.35||88.05||80.95||82.42||2009||Adam Elliot|
|252||Persepolis||82.34||88.95||80.09||80.77||2007||Marjane Satrapi, Vincent Paronnaud|
|253||Howl's Moving Castle||82.33||78.71||82.63||83.10||2004||Hayao Miyazaki|
|254||Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind||82.33||85.10||81.54||82.03||1984||Hayao Miyazaki|
|255||Safety Last!||82.33||92.25||80.95||81.10||1923||Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor|
|256||Rosemary's Baby||82.32||94.78||79.99||78.69||1968||Roman Polanski|
|258||The Searchers||82.32||93.90||78.16||76.66||1956||John Ford|
|259||La Haine||82.30||90.60||82.38||79.56||1995||Mathieu Kassovitz|
|260||Three Colors: Blue||82.30||88.28||81.55||79.23||1993||Krzysztof Kieślowski|
|261||Chungking Express||82.30||79.95||82.29||80.73||1994||Wong Kar-wai|
|262||Inside Out||82.29||93.66||80.27||79.85||2015||Pete Docter|
|263||Where is the Friend's Home?||82.28||89.25||81.22||80.21||1987||Abbas Kiarostami|
|264||Cries and Whispers||82.27||85.45||81.02||80.80||1972||Ingmar Bergman|
|266||Paper Moon||82.19||83.08||81.37||81.29||1973||Peter Bogdanovich|
|267||The Spirit of the Beehive||82.17||89.83||79.31||78.91||1973||Víctor Erice|
|268||A Special Day||82.16||90.20||81.11||81.25||1977||Ettore Scola|
|272||Mr. Smith Goes to Washington||82.09||80.83||81.78||81.15||1939||Frank Capra|
|275||Vivre Sa Vie||82.06||85.20||80.12||79.83||1962||Jean-Luc Godard|
|276||Nobody Knows||82.06||87.18||81.12||81.15||2004||Hirokazu Koreeda|
|277||No Country for Old Men||82.05||90.68||80.56||78.47||2007||Coen Brothers|
|278||Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring||82.05||86.05||80.76||80.62||2003||Kim Ki-duk|
|279||La Notte||82.04||78.35||81.45||81.11||1961||Michelangelo Antonioni|
|280||The Celebration||82.04||84.23||81.34||80.08||1998||Thomas Vinterberg|
|281||In the Name of the Father||82.04||84.90||81.14||81.85||1993||Jim Sheridan|
|282||I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang||82.02||89.55||80.18||81.56||1932||Mervyn LeRoy|
|284||Finding Nemo||82.01||92.60||80.13||78.76||2003||Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich|
|286||The Phantom Carriage||81.96||95.00||80.01||80.32||1921||Victor Sjöström|
|288||Rome, Open City||81.94||95.40||80.45||79.27||1945||Robert Rossellini|
|289||Children of Heaven||81.93||80.15||81.24||82.01||1997||Majid Majidi|
|290||The Green Mile||81.92||71.93||82.95||84.38||1999||Frank Darabont|
|291||The Iron Giant||81.91||86.61||80.88||79.95||1999||Brad Bird|
|292||The Sacrifice||81.90||80.30||80.47||81.37||1986||Andrei Tarkovsky|
|293||The Philadelphia Story||81.90||94.95||79.79||77.86||1940||George Cukor|
|294||The Twilight Samurai||81.90||86.10||81.07||81.13||2002||Yôji Yamada|
|295||Before Sunset||81.88||87.79||81.42||78.41||2004||Richard Linklater|
|296||Before Sunrise||81.86||84.40||82.24||79.44||1995||Richard Linklater|
|297||Castle in the Sky||81.85||81.63||81.49||82.06||1986||Hayao Miyazaki|
|298||The Departed||81.84||86.92||82.82||79.04||2006||Martin Scorsese|
|301||The Maltese Falcon||81.81||95.65||80.24||77.28||1941||John Huston|
|302||The Wizard of Oz||81.77||98.03||79.38||77.17||1939||Victor Fleming|
|303||Le Cercle Rouge||81.76||90.03||80.81||78.54||1970||Jean-Pierre Melville|
|304||Monsieur Verdoux||81.76||89.80||78.55||81.34||1947||Charlie Chaplin|
|305||The Return||81.72||84.85||80.02||80.96||2003||Andrey Zvyagintsev|
|306||Secrets & Lies||81.71||90.73||80.29||78.66||1996||Mike Leigh|
|307||The Hidden Fortress||81.70||91.25||80.79||80.72||1958||Akira Kurosawa|
|308||Pan's Labyrinth||81.69||92.59||81.60||76.08||2006||Guillermo del Toro|
|312||American History X||81.63||70.13||83.58||83.00||1998||Tony Kaye|
|313||Ace in the Hole||81.62||79.10||80.88||81.36||1951||Billy Wilder|
|315||Still Walking||81.61||90.30||80.92||79.48||2008||Hirokazu Koreeda|
|316||All About My Mother||81.61||88.77||79.56||78.80||1999||Pedro Almodóvar|
|317||The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie||81.60||92.28||78.82||78.83||1972||Luis Buñuel|
|319||Farewell My Concubine||81.60||80.50||80.49||81.04||1993||Chen Kaige|
|320||Letter from an Unknown Woman||81.59||93.10||79.84||79.31||1948||Max Ophüls|
|321||The Grand Budapest Hotel||81.58||87.64||80.72||79.19||2014||Wes Anderson|
|322||The Virgin Spring||81.58||82.45||80.70||80.66||1960||Ingmar Bergman|
|323||The Red Balloon||81.57||90.20||79.93||80.30||1956||Albert Lamorisse|
|325||Mulholland Drive||81.56||80.61||79.60||77.87||2001||David Lynch|
|326||A Matter of Life and Death||81.49||92.60||81.91||76.27||1946||Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger|
|327||High Noon||81.48||90.58||79.27||78.94||1952||Fred Zinnemann|
|329||Life of Brian||81.47||82.98||80.78||79.81||1979||Terry Jones|
|332||Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid||81.43||76.08||80.53||81.85||1969||George Roy Hill|
|333||In a Lonely Place||81.43||92.45||80.42||78.77||1950||Nicholas Ray|
|334||Scarface||81.43||71.30||81.97||82.18||1983||Brian De Palma|
|335||A Short Film About Killing||81.42||87.35||79.89||80.38||1988||Krzysztof Kieślowski|
|336||Beauty and the Beast||81.41||92.05||79.28||78.32||1946||Jean Cocteau|
|337||The Hustler||81.39||92.45||80.43||78.97||1961||Robert Rossen|
|338||Cléo from 5 to 7||81.38||91.65||80.03||79.11||1962||Agnès Varda|
|341||Mad Max: Fury Road||81.35||90.39||79.76||77.80||2015||George Miller|
|342||Steamboat Bill, Jr.||81.32||95.75||79.30||79.23||1928||Charles Reisner, Buster Keaton|
|343||Judgment at Nuremberg||81.31||71.58||82.24||83.03||1961||Stanley Kramer|
|344||The Straight Story||81.30||87.15||79.64||79.88||1999||David Lynch|
|345||Meshes of the Afternoon||81.29||96.25||77.91||79.99||1943||Maya Deren, Alexandr Hackenschmied|
|346||Alice in the Cities||81.28||86.70||79.60||80.20||1974||Wim Wenders|
|348||Good Will Hunting||81.27||79.38||81.97||81.05||1997||Gus Van Sant|
|349||The Miracle Worker||81.25||85.15||78.88||81.55||1962||Arthur Penn|
|350||Talk to Her||81.25||87.48||79.33||78.71||2002||Pedro Almodóvar|
|351||The Graduate||81.24||85.58||78.91||79.97||1967||Mike Nichols|
|352||Beauty and the Beast||81.22||92.28||79.20||78.77||1991||Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise|
|353||The Heiress||81.19||94.45||80.20||79.76||1949||William Wyler|
|354||Fantasia||81.18||93.03||76.76||79.95||1940||Samuel Armstrong, James Algar|
|355||Au Revoir les Enfants||81.18||94.25||80.14||78.92||1987||Louis Malle|
|356||Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri||81.18||88.62||79.36||79.90||2017||Martin McDonagh|
|357||Inglourious Basterds||81.17||79.05||81.06||80.51||2009||Quentin Tarantino|
|358||Elevator to the Gallows||81.16||90.45||79.31||78.56||1958||Louis Malle|
|360||Through a Glass Darkly||81.15||93.60||81.11||78.86||1961||Ingmar Bergman|
|361||Million Dollar Baby||81.15||87.41||77.43||80.72||2004||Clint Eastwood|
|362||Days of Heaven||81.15||90.75||80.19||77.08||1978||Terrence Malick|
|363||Do the Right Thing||81.15||90.78||80.26||77.04||1989||Spike Lee|
|364||Out of the Past||81.14||91.40||80.73||77.92||1947||Jacques Tourneur|
|365||Strangers on a Train||81.11||93.30||80.01||78.68||1951||Alfred Hitchcock|
|366||Blue Velvet||81.11||83.48||78.98||77.09||1986||David Lynch|
|367||That Obscure Object of Desire||81.09||89.40||79.59||78.11||1977||Luis Buñuel|
|368||What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?||81.08||80.23||80.74||80.75||1962||Robert Aldrich|
|369||My Night at Maud's||81.07||88.15||79.51||79.42||1969||Éric Rohmer|
|370||The Earrings of Madame de…||81.07||92.15||80.36||77.05||1953||Max Ophüls|
|371||The Conversation||81.04||89.23||80.03||77.44||1974||Francis Ford Coppola|
|372||The Killing||81.03||91.50||79.51||79.21||1956||Stanley Kubrick|
|373||The Servant||81.03||87.83||79.45||78.57||1963||Joseph Losey|
|374||The Intouchables||81.03||67.15||82.13||84.70||2011||Olivier Nakache, Éric Toledano|
|375||The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp||81.01||94.15||81.57||75.44||1943||Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger|
|377||Winter Light||81.01||73.55||81.51||79.95||1963||Ingmar Bergman|
|378||Love Exposure||81.01||80.88||82.23||79.55||2008||Sion Sono|
|379||Hiroshima Mon Amour||81.00||92.95||80.13||77.99||1959||Alain Resnais|
|380||Day for Night||80.98||92.55||80.21||78.27||1973||François Truffaut|
|382||Ghost in the Shell||80.97||81.43||79.98||81.15||1995||Mamoru Oshii|
|383||Germany Year Zero||80.95||92.00||77.80||80.03||1948||Roberto Rossellini|
|385||Die Hard||80.93||79.58||81.11||79.43||1988||John McTiernan|
|387||Sleuth||80.93||89.95||79.16||80.87||1972||Joseph L. Mankiewicz|
|388||The Diving Bell and the Butterfly||80.92||88.64||79.69||77.84||2007||Julian Schnabel|
|389||The Handmaiden||80.92||85.99||82.55||77.41||2016||Park Chan-wook|
|390||Stand by Me||80.90||80.20||81.28||79.54||1986||Rob Reiner|
|391||Wolf Children||80.90||80.15||80.40||81.27||2012||Mamoru Hosoda|
|392||Marriage Story||80.88||92.86||79.40||77.75||2019||Noam Baumbach|
|393||Shoeshine||80.87||93.75||79.02||79.38||1946||Vittorio De Sica|
|395||Nosferatu||80.85||93.75||78.29||79.14||1922||F. W. Murnau|
|396||Dial M for Murder||80.84||77.60||81.17||81.31||1954||Alfred Hitchcock|
|398||12 Years a Slave||80.80||94.00||79.74||76.94||2013||Steve McQueen|
|399||The Nightmare Before Christmas||80.77||85.38||79.26||79.69||1993||Henry Selick|
|401||Central Station||80.77||83.28||80.91||78.52||1998||Walter Salles|
|402||Landscape in the Mist||80.74||71.35||80.76||80.28||1988||Theo Angelopoulos|
|404||Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages||80.71||93.98||75.69||78.01||1916||D. W. Griffith|
|405||Call Me by Your Name||80.71||91.25||79.43||77.87||2017||Luca Guadagnino|
|406||Midnight Cowboy||80.71||82.98||79.10||79.50||1969||John Schlesinger|
|407||Shadow of a Doubt||80.70||94.38||79.31||76.04||1943||Alfred Hitchcock|
|409||Hannah and Her Sisters||80.69||88.95||79.15||77.98||1986||Woody Allen|
|410||Monsters, Inc.||80.68||85.29||79.37||80.08||2001||Pete Docter, David Silverman|
|411||The Testament of Dr. Mabuse||80.65||85.85||79.40||79.38||1933||Fritz Lang|
|413||Being There||80.64||87.30||79.42||78.06||1979||Hal Ashby|
|414||The Killer||80.63||92.60||79.27||78.66||1989||John Woo|
|415||My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown||80.63||93.23||78.13||79.15||1989||Jim Sheridan|
|416||Jean de Florette||80.60||88.40||80.18||79.69||1986||Claude Berri|
|417||The Big Lebowski||80.57||74.80||82.28||78.57||1998||Coen Brothers|
|418||The King's Speech||80.57||90.86||78.50||78.59||2010||Tom Hooper|
|419||Whisper of the Heart||80.55||79.98||80.80||80.31||1995||Yoshifumi Kondō|
|420||E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial||80.54||93.08||77.22||77.82||1982||Steven Spielberg|
|421||Infernal Affairs||80.54||79.83||79.92||80.22||2002||Andrew Lau, Alan Mak|
|422||The Prestige||80.54||72.22||82.71||81.38||2006||Christopher Nolan|
|423||Our Hospitality||80.54||92.85||77.72||79.58||1923||Buster Keaton, John G. Blystone|
|424||Zootopia||80.53||85.22||78.84||80.18||2016||Byron Howard, Rich Moore|
|425||Toy Story 2||80.49||92.59||78.51||77.05||1999||John Lasseter, Ash Brannon, Lee Unkrich|
|427||The Big Sleep||80.45||92.10||79.74||77.58||1946||Howard Hawks|
|428||Ford v Ferrari||80.45||83.94||79.37||80.01||2019||James Mangold|
|429||Dead Poets Society||80.44||78.70||79.43||80.75||1989||Peter Weir|
|430||The Terminator||80.43||89.08||78.26||78.13||1984||James Cameron|
|434||The Man Who Would Be King||80.40||90.55||78.24||77.79||1975||John Huston|
|435||Wild Tales||80.38||82.57||80.48||79.22||2014||Damián Szifron|
|436||Groundhog Day||80.38||80.08||79.31||79.35||1993||Harold Ramis|
|437||Catch Me If You Can||80.38||83.44||78.74||80.57||2002||Steven Spielberg|
|438||I Vitelloni||80.36||90.28||77.64||78.06||1953||Federico Fellini|
|439||The Big Heat||80.35||92.90||79.27||77.87||1953||Fritz Lang|
|440||The Double Life of Véronique||80.35||82.63||80.19||77.87||1991||Krzysztof Kieślowski|
|441||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?||80.35||82.58||80.19||78.43||1966||Mike Nichols|
|442||Requiem for a Dream||80.33||71.39||81.39||80.93||2000||Darren Aronofsky|
|444||Love and Death||80.33||89.83||77.55||78.50||1975||Woody Allen|
|445||The Remains of the Day||80.29||86.88||78.75||78.80||1993||James Ivory|
|446||Jules and Jim||80.28||93.70||78.30||77.94||1962||François Truffaut|
|447||The Gospel According to Matthew||80.28||88.30||76.50||78.52||1964||Pier Paolo Pasolini|
|448||How to Train Your Dragon||80.27||81.97||79.45||80.24||2010||Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois|
|449||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2||80.27||88.50||78.81||78.53||2011||David Yates|
|450||Cat on a Hot Tin Roof||80.26||87.05||79.46||79.79||1958||Richard Brooks|
|451||The French Connection||80.26||93.35||78.04||76.89||1971||William Friedkin|
|452||Opening Night||80.25||78.05||80.50||79.25||1977||John Cassavetes|
|453||Hotel Rwanda||80.24||84.54||79.34||79.40||2004||Terry George|
|454||4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days||80.22||92.51||77.76||76.22||2007||Cristian Mungiu|
|456||Scarface||80.22||93.50||76.43||79.55||1932||Howard Hawks, Howard Hughes|
|457||The Face of Another||80.21||87.50||79.61||79.34||1966||Hiroshi Teshigahara|
|458||The Roaring Twenties||80.21||86.20||77.79||80.68||1939||Raoul Walsh|
|460||Kiki's Delivery Service||80.20||85.45||79.87||78.84||1989||Hayao Miyazaki|
|461||A Prophet||80.19||89.61||79.53||76.14||2009||Jacques Audiard|
|463||Trouble in Paradise||80.18||88.20||79.35||77.62||1932||Ernst Lubitsch|
|464||Gran Torino||80.17||76.27||78.57||82.36||2008||Clint Eastwood|
|465||Last Year at Marienbad||80.16||88.25||78.29||77.37||1961||Alain Resnais|
|466||All the President's Men||80.15||85.95||80.48||76.46||1976||Alan J. Pakula|
|467||Breaking the Waves||80.15||79.85||78.46||79.55||1996||Lars von Trier|
|468||Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade||80.14||74.28||81.44||80.57||1989||Steven Spielberg|
|469||Divorce Italian Style||80.12||91.00||79.28||78.26||1961||Pietro Germi|
|470||Edward Scissorhands||80.12||78.65||78.09||80.73||1990||Tim Burton|
|471||The Thing||80.12||67.98||82.60||79.34||1982||John Carpenter|
|472||Perfect Blue||80.11||74.05||80.91||80.09||1997||Satoshi Kon|
|473||Down by Law||80.10||79.03||78.98||79.61||1986||Jim Jarmusch|
|474||Bringing Up Baby||80.10||90.75||78.25||76.45||1938||Howard Hawks|
|475||The Phantom of Liberty||80.09||85.10||78.89||78.66||1974||Luis Buñuel|
|476||Bonnie and Clyde||80.07||85.38||78.16||78.23||1967||Arthur Penn|
|477||The Incredibles||80.07||89.69||79.77||75.78||2004||Brad Bird|
|478||Rocky||80.04||79.73||79.17||79.29||1976||John G. Avildsen|
|479||His Girl Friday||80.03||94.15||79.24||76.72||1940||Howard Hawks|
|481||Mon Oncle||80.03||88.00||78.03||78.76||1958||Jacques Tati|
|482||My Fair Lady||79.99||91.85||77.53||78.00||1964||George Cukor|
|484||Stalag 17||79.95||87.13||79.62||77.79||1953||Billy Wilder|
|486||The Secret in Their Eyes||79.95||82.49||81.27||77.67||2009||Juan José Campanella|
|488||Pierrot le Fou||79.94||81.75||77.84||76.65||1965||Jean-Luc Godard|
|489||The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser||79.94||89.10||78.30||78.27||1974||Werner Herzog|
|491||A Hard Day's Night||79.93||93.73||76.82||77.08||1964||Richard Lester|
|494||Like Stars on Earth||79.85||80.50||79.54||79.86||2007||Aamir Khan, Amole Gupte|
|495||Duck Soup||79.84||92.33||79.01||74.92||1933||Leo McCarey|
|496||Carlito's Way||79.83||70.28||79.16||82.01||1993||Brian De Palma|
|498||The Triplets of Belleville||79.82||88.97||76.57||78.66||2003||Sylvain Chomet|
|499||Dr. Mabuse the Gambler||79.81||85.10||76.88||79.98||1922||Fritz Lang|
|500||Gone Girl||79.79||83.03||79.32||78.87||2014||David Fincher|