The 21st Century's Most Acclaimed Films list serves as a companion to the They Shoot Pictures, Don't They? 1,000 Greatest Films of all time list which, - by its nature - tends to have very few films from the 21st century in it. The 21st Century's Most Acclaimed Films list attempts to highlight and honour this century's most critically revered films and act as a sort of 'resting bay' for many great films that are likely to be included in the 1,000 Greatest Films list sooner or later.
List of Academy Award-winning since 1994 in:
- Best Picture - Best Director
- Best Actor/Actress - Best Supporting Actor/Actress
- Best Original Screenplay - Best Adapted Screenplay
- Best Animated Feature Film - Best Animated Short Film
- Best Documentary Feature - Best Documentary Short Subject
- Best Live Action Short Film - Best International Feature Film
- Best Original Score - Best Original Song
- Best Sound Editing - Best Sound Mixing
- Best Production Design - Best Cinematography
- Best Makeup and Hairstyling - Best Costume Design
- Best Film Editing - Best Visual Effects
The list includes also nominations in the same categories.
Original Edition (2003) + additions (2004-2020) in that order. http://1001films.wikia.com/wiki/The_List
2020 Edition Additions:
Avengers: Endgame (2019)
Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Portrait de la jeune fille en feu) (2019)
For Sama (2019)
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)
The Farewell (2019)
Little Women (2019)
The Lighthouse (2019)
The complete list of MOVIES nominated for the Oscar 2016.
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07 & 08: BEST PICTURE -> Winner: 05 - Spotlight;
07, 08, 09, 10 & 11: BEST ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE -> Winner: 08 - The Revenant (Leonardo DiCaprio);
01, 05, 06, 08 & 12: BEST ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE -> Winner: 01 - Bridge of Spies (Mark Rylance);
02, 04, 13, 14 & 15: BEST ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE -> Winner: 04 - Room (Brie Larson);
05, 10, 11, 13 & 16: BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE -> Winner: 10 - The Danish Girl (Alicia Vikander);
17, 18, 19, 20 & 21: BEST ANIMATED FEATURE FILM -> Winner: 19 - Inside Out;
03, 08, 13, 16 & 22: BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY -> Winner: 08 - The Revenant;
03, 08, 10, 13 & 23: BEST COSTUME DESIGN -> Winner: 03 - Mad Max: Fury Road;
03, 04, 05, 06 & 08: BEST DIRECTING -> Winner: 08 - The Revenant;
24, 25, 26, 27 & 28: BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE -> Winner: 24 - Amy;
03, 05, 06, 08 & 29 : BEST FILM EDITING -> Winner: 03 - Mad Max: Fury Road;
30, 31, 32, 33 & 34: BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM -> Winner: 33 - Son of Saul;
03, 08 & 35: BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING -> Winner: 03 - Mad Max: Fury Road;
36, 37, 38, 39 & 40: BEST MUSIC - ORIGINAL SONG -> Winner: 40 - Spectre (Writing's On The Wall);
01, 13, 16, 22 & 29: BEST MUSIC - ORIGINAL SCORE -> Winner: 16 - The Hateful Eight (Ennio Morricone);
01, 03, 07, 08 & 10: BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN -> Winner: 03 - Mad Max: Fury Road;
03, 07, 08, 22 & 29: BEST SOUND EDITING -> Winner: 03 - Mad Max: Fury Road;
01, 03, 07, 08 & 29: BEST SOUND MIXING -> Winner: 03 - Mad Max: Fury Road;
03, 07, 08, 29 & 41: BEST VISUAL EFFECTS -> Winner: 41 - Ex Machina;
02, 04, 06, 07 & 13: BEST WRITING - ADAPTED SCREENPLAY -> Winner: 06 - The Big Short;
01, 05, 19, 41 & 42: BEST WRITING - ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY -> Winner: 05 - Spotlight;
43, 44, 45, 46 & 47: BEST SHORT FILM - ANIMATED -> Winner: 43 - Bear Story;
48, 49, 50, 51 & 52: BEST SHORT FILM - LIVE ACTION -> Winner: 52 - Stutterer;
53, 54, 55, 56 & 57: BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT -> Winner: 53 - A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgivenes.
Tip: Pick a movie and search (ctrl+f) by the number to view all its nominations above,
e.g. search 01 to view all nominations for "Bridge of Spies".
"The best movies from a decade that changed everything."
I know I listed 101 films. In the original list we can find to see two film in the same place:
“The Act of Killing”/”The Look of Silence” (Joshua Oppenheimer, 2013/2015)
You can see I separeted them.
By David Ehrlich, Eric Kohn, Kate Erbland, Anne Thompson, Zack Sharf, Chris O'Falt, Jude Dry, Tambay Obenson, Christian Blauvelt, Leah Lu, Christian Zilko
Jul 22, 2019 9:00 am
Can you remember a time without Rotten Tomatoes? Those sightless days of people reaching out and bumping into movies at random, like wandering through a Blockbuster with all the lights off. Those were dark and undirected times. Since the launch of RT in August of 1998, though – the site went live on August 18 of that year – movie fans have had immediate access to the largest accumulation of film reviews ever, distilled for one purpose: to get you watching the best kind of movies you want to see. (Or if you only want to watch bad movies, the site can help you find those more quickly, too.)
As we mark our 20th birthday, we’re looking back on the past two decades with this guide to the 200 best-reviewed movies released since that fateful day in August of 1998. To keep the competition tight, we only included movies that had at least 80 reviews, the number at which wide-release movies qualify for Certified Fresh status; applying that rule, and limiting the total list to 200 titles, the lowest Tomatometer score you’ll find is 95%. The criteria also meant that no films from 1998 made the cut (Shakespeare in Love did come awfully close).
The list, which we’ve ordered chronologically, runs the gamut of movies, ranging from popular blockbusters (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part II, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers) to indies (The Wrestler, Nightcrawler) and the still underseen (Step, Gloria). Some 14 movies come from this very year made the list, among them Mission: Impossible – Fallout and BlacKkKlansman. There are seven Best Picture Oscar winners and 24 animated movies in there – 10 of which are Pixar products, and three of which come from the UK’s Aardman Animations. Documentaries make up a whopping quarter of the movies listed, and include landmark films like Bowling For Columbine and Man On Wire, while 53 of the movies listed are foreign-language, including Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and the first film on the list, Pedro Almodóvar‘s All About My Mother.
A number of directors show up twice on the list – Ava DuVernay, Taika Waititi, Ryan Coogler, and Sean Baker among them – and a handful show up even more than that: Lee Unkrich, Pete Docter, Brad Bird, and Richard Linklater. Meanwhile, series like the Paddington, Before, and Toy Story films appear more than once, along with both films in The Act of Killing/The Look of Silence documentary pairing feature.
So: 200 movies, 20 years. How many have you seen after all this time? And how many are you adding to your watchlist?