This Week in Rankings

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Since the last update I finished rewatching (almost) all of Hong Sangsoo’s films for an article about his career that I wrote for frame.land. I also wrote about most of the films as I watched them, the reviews that went up after the last update are: Woman on the Beach, Night and Day, Like You Know It All, Hahaha, The Day He Arrives, Our Sunhi, and The Day AfterThose and all my older Hong reviews (all now freshly revised), along with several new shorter reviews, are indexed at The Chinese Cinema.

Also at The Chinese Cinema I finished revising and reformatting all my reviews for Pantheon Directors along with half of the Far Side of Paradise category, along with Fellow Traveller Apichatpong Weerasethakul. I also have a new review of Johnny Mak’s Long Arm of the Law and Soi Cheang’s The Monkey King 3.

The Monkey King review is also at Seattle Screen Scene, where I also wrote about Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 to Paris, the documentary The Paris Opera and Hiromasa Yonebayashi’s animated Mary and the Witch’s Flower.

For Mubi I reviewed the new restoration of King Hu’s Legend of the Mountain, and my February Contemporary Chinese Cinema column was on A Better Tomorrow 2018.

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These are the movies I’ve watched or rewatched over the last few weeks, and where they place on my year-by-year rankings.

Bringing Up Baby (Howard Hawks) – 1, 1938
The Clan of the White Lotus (Lo Lieh) – 32, 1980
The Long Arm of the Law (Johnny Mak) – 14, 1984
The Killer (John Woo) – 2, 1989
Hard-Boiled (John Woo) – 4, 1992

Full Contact (Ringo Lam) – 15, 1992
Crime Story (Kirk Wong) – 32, 1993
Needing You… (Johnnie To & Wai Ka-fai) – 16, 2000
Wu Yen (Johnnie To & Wai Ka-fai) – 27, 2001
Fat Choi Spirit (Johnnie To & Wai Ka-fai) – 11, 2002
Princess D (Sylvia Chang) – 17, 2002

Woman on the Beach (Hong Sangsoo) -24, 2006
Night and Day (Hong Sangsoo) – 12, 2008
Like You Know It All (Hong Sangsoo) – 12, 2009
Lost in the Mountains (Hong Sangsoo) – 18, 2009
Oki’s Movie (Hong Sangsoo) – 1, 2010

Hahaha (Hong Sangsoo) – 12, 2010
Gallants (Derek Kwok & Clement Cheng) – 25, 2010
The Day He Arrives (Hong Sangsoo) – 5, 2011
In Another Country (Hong Sangsoo) – 13, 2012
Our Sunhi (Hong Sangsoo) – 12, 2013
The Grandmaster (Wong Kar-wai) – 13, 2013

Nobody’s Daughter Haewon (Hong Sangsoo) – 17, 2013
50:50 (Hong Sangsoo) – 38, 2013
Hill of Freedom (Hong Sangsoo) – 7, 2014
The Monkey King (Soi Cheang) – 100, 2014
Detective Chinatown (Chen Sicheng) – 27, 2015

Right Now, Wrong Then (Hong Sangsoo) – 31, 2015
Yourself and Yours (Hong Sangsoo) – 2, 2016
The Monkey King 2 (Soi Cheang) – 55, 2016
On the Beach at Night Alone (Hong Sangsoo) – 4, 2017
The Day After (Hong Sangsoo) – 27, 2017

Pumpkin Movie (Sophy Romvari) – 33, 2017
Manhunt (John Woo) – 43, 2017
The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro) – 65, 2017
Mary and the Witch’s Flower (Hiromasa Yonebayashi) – 69, 2017
The Greatest Showman (Michael Gracey) – 85, 2017
The Paris Opera (Jean-Stéphane Bron) – 91, 2017

The 15:17 to Paris (Clint Eastwood) – 1, 2018
The Monkey King 3 (Soi Cheang) – 2, 2018
The Commuter (Jaume Collet-Serra) – 3, 2018
A Better Tomorrow (Ding Sheng) – 4, 2018
Monster Hunt 2 (Raman Hui) – 5, 2018
The Cloverfield Paradox (Julius Onah) – 6, 2018

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This Week in Rankings

Since the last rankings update I’ve been at work over at The Chinese Cinema, editing a whole lot of old reviews and standardizing their formats and such. So far I have complete indices of all my writing on Pantheon directors Chang Cheh, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Jia Zhangke, Johnnie To, Tsui Hark and Edward Yang, along with Zhang Yimou (Less Than Meets the Eye). I also have a review there for Chang’s The New One-Armed Swordsman. Over at Seattle Screen Scene, I have reviews up for Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s Daguerrotype, Takashi Miike’s Dead or Alive, Pere Portabella’s Vampir-Cuadecuc, Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Killing of a Sacred Deer, and Sean Baker’s The Florida Project, along with a conversation about Todd Haynes’s Wonderstruck.

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These are the movies I’ve watched or rewatched over the last few weeks, and where they place on my year-by-year rankings.

The Chase (Arthur Ripley) – 13, 1946
The Magnificent Trio (Chang Cheh) – 28, 1966
The Trail of the Broken Blade (Chang Cheh) – 34, 1967
Count Dracula (Jesús Franco) – 26, 1970
Vampir-Cuadecuc (Pere Portabella) – 7, 1971

The New One-Armed Swordsman (Chang Cheh) – 14, 1971
Shaolin Martial Arts (Chang Cheh) – 27, 1974
The Private Eye Blues (Eddie Fong) – 34, 1994
Dead or Alive (Takashi Miike) – 10, 1999
Behemoth (Zhao Liang) – 50, 2015

A Quiet Passion (Terence Davies) – 10, 2016
Daguerrotype (Kiyoshi Kurosawa) – 84, 2016
Hidden Figures (Theodore Melfi) – 116, 2016
The Florida Project (Sean Baker) – 6, 2017
77 Heartbreaks (Herman Yau) – 18, 2017

Wasteland No. 1: Ardent Verdant (Jodie Mack) – 27, 2017
The Sleep Curse (Herman Yau) – 28, 2017
Wonderstruck (Todd Haynes) – 34, 2017
Baby Driver (Edgar Wright) – 39, 2017
Wherever You Go, There We Are (Jesse McLean) – 52, 2017
Guardians of Martial Arts (Wen Zhang) – 66, 2017

The Big Sick (Michael Showalter) – 68, 2017
The Meyerowitz Stories (Noah Baumbach) – 69, 2017
My Little Pony: The Movie (Jayson Thiessen) – 77, 2017
Wu Kong (Derek Kwok) – 83, 2017
The Sinking City: Capsule Odyssey (Nero Ng & Stephen Ng) – 84, 2017
Kung Fu Yoga (Stanley Tong) – 89, 2017

This Week in Rankings

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Since the last rankings update, I launched a new website, which will be the home of all my Chinese Cinema-related writings, called The Chinese Cinema. I think it looks nicer and is easier to read than WordPress, but there’s a lot of work to be done with it. I also set up a ko-fi.com page as a fund-raiser. If you’d like to help support my writing about movies on the internet, I’d very much appreciate it.

The Vancouver International Film Festival has just come to an end and we at Seattle Screen Scene were there in force. There’s an index of all our coverage here. In addition to several festival reviews, since the last update I also wrote about Ex Libris: New York Public LibraryGood TimeThe Legend of the Naga PearlsIngrid Goes WestLeap!In this Corner of the WorldThe AdventurersOnce Upon a Timeand Shock Wave. And Melissa and I dusted off The Frances Farmer Show for an episode on the book and film adaptations of True Grit. Finally, I wrote an ode to the greatness of Sammo Hung over at Frame.land.

These are the movies I’ve watched and rewatched over the last few weeks, and where they place on my year-by-year rankings.

The Bellboy (Jerry Lewis) – 4, 1960
Time Out for Trouble (David S. Glidden) – 22, 1961
Essays (Peter Nestler) – 25, 1963
Mülheim/Ruhr (Peter Nestler) – 33, 1964
Rhine River (Peter Nestler) – 18, 1966

True Grit (Henry Hathaway) – 9, 1969
A New Leaf (Elaine May) – 3, 1971
The Great Muppet Caper (Jim Henson) – 18, 1981
To Be Number One (Poon Man-kit) – 60, 1991
The Living Dead (Adam Curtis) – 62, 1995

If You are the One (Feng Xiaogang) – 27, 2008
True Grit (Joel & Ethan Coen) – 19, 2010
Baahubali: The Beginning (SS Rajamouli) – 10, 2015
In this Corner of the World (Sunao Katabuchi) – 27, 2016
Still Night, Still Light (Sophie Goyette) – 87, 2016
Leap! (Eric Summer & Éric Warin) – 98, 2016

Baahubali: The Conclusion (SS Rajamouli) – 1, 2017
Ex Libris: New York Public Library (Frederick Wiseman) – 2, 2017
Claire’s Camera (Hong Sangsoo) – 4, 2017
120 Beats per Minute (Robin Campillo) – 5, 2017
Maison du bonheur (Sofia Bohdanowicz) – 7, 2017

Bad Genius (Nattawut Poonpiriya) – 9, 2017
Faces Places (Agnès Varda & JR) – 10, 2017
Call Me By Your Name (Luca Guadagnino) – 11, 2017
24 Frames (Abbas Kiarostami) – 15, 2017
Fail to Appear (Antoine Bourges) – 16, 2017

SPL: Paradox (Wilson Yip) – 17, 2017
Western (Valeska Grisebach) – 18, 2017
Prototype (Blake Williams) – 19, 2017
The Great Buddha+ (Huang Hsin-Yao) – 24, 2017
Ismael’s Ghosts (Arnaud Desplechin) – 25, 2017

I’ve Got the Blues (Angie Chen) – 28, 2017
The Hidden Sword (Xu Haofeng) – 35, 2017
Shock Wave (Herman Yau) – 37, 2017
AlphaGo (Greg Kohs) – 38, 2017
Scaffold (Kazik Radwanski) – 39, 2017

A Beautiful Star (Daihachi Yoshida) – 41, 2017
Good Time (Josh & Benny Safdie) – 45, 2017
Forest Movie (Matthew Taylor Blais) – 46, 2017
Golden Exits (Alex Ross Perry) – 47, 2017
Once Upon a Time (Zhao Xiaoding) – 51, 2017

Black Cop (Cory Bowles) – 52, 2017
The Adventurers (Stephen Fung) – 61, 2017
Idizwadidiz (Isiah Medina) – 64, 2017
Maineland (Miao Wang) – 65, 2017
Logan (James Mangold) – 66, 2017

Meditation Park (Mina Shum) – 68, 2017
Whitney: Can I Be Me (Nick Broomfield & Rudi Dolezal) – 71, 2017
The Legend of the Naga Pearls (Yang Lei) – 72, 2017
Shepherd’s Purse (Dong Hao) – 73, 2017
The Killing of a Sacred Deer (Yorgos Lanthimos) – 75, 2017
Caniba (Lucien Castaing-Taylor & Verena Paravel) – 78, 2017

This Week in Rankings

Since the last update I’ve been covering some film programs outside of the Seattle area, writing short reviews of a handful of films playing at the New York Asian Film Festival and Japan Cuts for InReview Online. I also made an index which includes some old and new longer reviews here for the NYAFF. There was a very cool Johnnie To series in SanFrancisco I made an index of older reviews for, and I proposed some alternate titles for Seattle’s too short but welcome nonetheless Hong Kong miniseries. And I have an index ready for the Old School Kung Fu Film Fest coming to New York in a couple of weeks.

Mid-year also passed since the last update, and as is tradition I listed a bunch of my favorite films of the year so far. Over at Seattle Screen Scene I reviewed Wu Jing’s Wolf Warrior 2, Louis Koo’s giant alien cat movie Meow, Ann Hui’s Our Time Will Come, DA Pennebaker’s Monterey Pop, Stevefat’s Weeds on Fire, and Wong Chun’s Mad World. Also over at Frame.land, I wrote about Samuel Fuller’s Merrill’s Marauders.

These are the movies I’ve watched and rewatched over the last few weeks and where they place on my year-by-year rankings.

Touchez pas au grisbi (Jacques Becker) – 17, 1954
Le trou (Jacques Becker) – 7, 1960
Merrill’s Marauders (Samuel Fuller) – 11, 1962
The TAMI Show (Steve Binder) – 12, 1964
Hong Kong Nocturne (Inoue Umetsugu) – 24, 1967

Monterey Pop (DA Pennebaker) – 12, 1968
Let It Be (Michael Lindsay-Hogg) – 4, 1970
The Beguiled (Don Siegel) – 14, 1971
The Black Tavern (Teddy Yip) – 18, 1972
Lady Whirlwind (Huang Feng) – 26, 1972

When Taekwando Strikes (Huang Feng) – 31, 1973
The Skyhawk (Walter Chung Chang-Hwa) – 39, 1974
Jumping Ash (Josephine Siao & Leong Po-Chih) – 18, 1976
A Grin Without a Cat (Chris Marker) – 5, 1977
Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog (Karl Maka) – 33, 1978

Rock ‘n’ Roll High School (Allan Arkush) – 8, 1979
The Odd Couple (Lau Kar-wing) – 11, 1979
The Muppet Movie (James Frawley) – 14, 1979
The Young Master (Jackie Chan) – 9, 1980
The Victim (Sammo Hung) – 11, 1980

The Prodigal Son (Sammo Hung) – 8, 1981
Carry On Pickpocket (Sammo Hung) – 19, 1982
Jimi Plays Monterey (DA Pennebaker & Chris Hegedus) – 21, 1986
Millionaire’s Express (Sammo Hung) – 30, 1986
Broadcast News (James L. Brooks) – 1, 1987

Eastern Condors (Sammo Hung) – 10, 1987
Pedicab Driver (Sammo Hung) – 6, 1989
Skinny Tiger, Fatty Dragon (Lau Kar-wing) – 60, 1990
Beauty and the Beast (Gary Trousdale & Kirk Wise) – 46, 1991
Pandora’s Box (Adam Curtis) – 11, 1992
Moon Warriors (Sammo Hung) – 30, 1992

Blade of Fury (Sammo Hung) – 61, 1993
Don’t Give a Damn (Sammo Hung) – 57, 1995
The Watermelon Woman (Cheryl Dunye) – 16, 1996
Mr. Nice Guy (Sammo Hung) – 41, 1997
Beast Cops (Gordon Chan & Dante Lam) – 12, 1998

Something’s Gotta Give (Nancy Meyers) – 19, 2003
Infernal Affairs II (Andrew Lau & Alan Mak) – 23, 2003
Cinema Hong Kong (Ian Taylor) – 31, 2003
The Wrecking Crew! (Danny Tedesco) – 65, 2008
Hear My Train A-Comin’ (Bob Smeaton) – 71, 2013

Wolf Warriors (Wu Jing) – 111, 2015
The Edge of Seventeen (Kelly Fremon Craig) – 32, 2016
Wet Woman in the Wind (Akihiko Shiota) – 66, 2016
Over the Fence (Nobuhrio Yamashita) – 90, 2016
Mad World (Wong Chun) – 100, 2016

Blood of Youth (Yang Shu-peng) – 128, 2016
Someone to Talk To (Liu Yulin) – 138, 2016
Our Time Will Come (Ann Hui) – 4, 2017
Love and Goodbye and Hawaii (Shingo Matsumura) – 8, 2017
The Village of No Return (Chen Yu-hsun) – 10, 2017

Long Strange Trip (Amir Bar-Lev) – 21, 2017
Oh Hello: On Broadway (Michael John Warren & Alex Timbers) – 24, 2017
Duckweed (Han Han) – 25, 2017
Ingrid Goes West (Matt Spicer) – 26, 2017
The Tokyo Night Sky is Always the Densest Shade of Blue (Yuya Ishii) – 27, 2017

Meow (Benny Chan) – 30, 2017
Hengyoro (Gō Takemine) – 31, 2017
The Incredible Jessica James (James Strouse) – 32, 2017
Wolf Warrior 2 (Wu Jing) – 35, 2017

The Gangster’s Daughter (Chen Mei-juin) – 37, 2017
Extraordinary Mission (Alan Mak & Anthony Pun) – 40, 2017
Descendants 2 (Kenny Ortega) – 43, 2017
Despicable Me 3 (Pierre Coffin & Kyle Balda) – 44, 2017

This Week in Rankings

The 2017 Seattle International Film Festival came to an end earlier this week, and that’s where most of my writing has been since the last update. Here’s an Index of all I wrote about the festival. Here at The End, I wrote about Michael Hui’s The Contract and Tsui Hark and Sammo Hung’s Once Upon a Time in China and America. At Seattle Screen Scene I wrote about Pang Ho-cheung’s Love Off the Cuff, Derek Hui’s This is Not What I Expected, and discussed Hong Sangsoo’s Claire’s Camera and The Day After. I also put together a list of The 25 Best Films of the 21st Century, because I guess that’s what we’re all doing this week.

These are the movies I’ve watched or rewatched over the last few weeks, and where they place on my year-by-year rankings.

Love and Duty (Bu Wancang) – 8, 1931
An Autumn Afternoon (Yasujiro Ozu) – 1, 1962
At Long Last Love (Peter Bogdanovich) – 4, 1975
The Contract (Michael Hui) – 5, 1978
Drunken Master (Yuen Woo-ping) – 11, 1978

The Empire Strikes Back (Irvin Kershner) – 1, 1980
The Dead and the Deadly (Wu Ma) – 27, 1982
Brainstorm (Douglas Trumbell) – 29, 1983
Chungking Express (Wong Kar-wai) – 1, 1994
Heat (Michael Mann) – 4, 1995

Fallen Angels (Wong Kar-wai) – 6, 1995
Once Upon a Time in China and America (Sammo Hung) – 32, 1997
Frozen (Jennifer Lee & Chris Buck) – 52, 2013
January (Jhon Hernandez) – 85, 2014
Blackhat (Michael Mann) – 6, 2015

Baahubali: The Beginning (SS Rajamouli) – 10, 2015
Manifesto (Julian Rosefeldt) – 93, 2015
The Peanuts Movie (Steve Martino) – 96, 2015
The Beautiful Kokonor Lake (Shen Xinghao) – 138, 2015
Yourself and Yours (Hong Sangsoo) – 4, 2016

Dawson City: Frozen Time (Bill Morrison) – 13, 2016
By the Time It Gets Dark (Anocha Suwichakornpong) – 20, 2016
Bad Black (Nabwana IGG) – 36, 2016
Nocturama (Bertrand Bonello) – 72, 2016
Godspeed (Chung Mong-hong) – 76, 2016
My Journey through French Cinema (Bertrand Tavernier) – 80, 2016

The Girl Without Hands (Sébastien Laudenbach) – 89, 2016
Soul on a String (Zhang Yang) – 100, 2016
A Dragon Arrives! (Mani Haghighi) – 106, 2016
Baahubali: The Conclusion (SS Rajamouli) – 1, 2017
Columbus (Kogonada) – 4, 2017

Claire’s Camera (Hong Sangsoo) – 5, 2017
Landline (Gillian Robespierre) – 8, 2017
A Ghost Story (David Lowery) – 10, 2017
The Day After (Hong Sangsoo) – 11, 2017
This is Not What I Expected (Derek Hui) – 12, 2017
Person to Person (Dustin Guy Defa) – 13, 2017

Love Off the Cuff (Pang Ho-cheung) – 14, 2017
Mr. Long (Sabu) – 15, 2017
The Little Hours (Jeff Baena) – 16, 2017
Have a Nice Day (Liu Jian) – 17, 2017
Napping Princess (Kenji Kamiyama) – 18, 2017

God of War (Gordon Chan) – 20, 2017
Vampire Cleanup Department (Chiou Sin-hang & Yan Pak-wing) – 21, 2017
Pendular (Júlia Murat) – 22, 2017
The Reagan Show (Sierra Pettengill & Pacho Velez) – 23, 2017
Wind River (Taylor Sheridan) – 25, 2017
Cook Up a Storm (Raymond Yip) – 27, 2017

This Week in Rankings

Since the last rankings update, I wrote here about Zhang Yimou’s Hero and at Seattle Screen Scene about The Lost City of ZFree Fire, Your Name.Queen of the Desert, and Song to Song. I’ve got the Hong Sangsoo section of The Chinese Cinema completed, but for the part that explains what Hong Sangsoo is doing in a project called “The Chinese Cinema”. Rather than write that, I’ve been working on the Tsui Hark chapter, which is somewhere over 25,000 words long.

These are the movies I’ve watched or rewatched over the last few weeks, and where they place on my year-by-year rankings.

The Wizard of Oz (Victor Fleming) – 8, 1939
Mambo Girl (Yi Wen) – 16, 1957
The Wild, Wild Rose (Wong Tin-lam) – 11, 1960
The June Bride (Tang Huang) – 18, 1960
The Incredible Journey (Fletcher Markle) – 30, 1963

Star Wars (George Lucas) – 2, 1977
Teppanyaki (Michael Hui) – 39, 1984
Chicken and Duck Talk (Clifton Ko) – 23, 1988
Tricky Brains (Wong Jing) – 22, 1991
Wicked City (Peter Mak) – 51, 1992

Happy Together (Wong Kar-wai) – 6, 1997
She and Her Cat (Makoto Shinkai) – 37, 1999
In the Mood for Love (Wong Kar-wai) – 3, 2000
Hero (Zhang Yimou) – 1, 2002
The Smile (Makoto Shinkai) – 48, 2003

A Bittersweet Life (Kim Jeewoon) – 14, 2005
5 Centimeters per Second (Makoto Shinkai) – 4, 2007
Ace Attorney (Takashi Miike) – 21, 2012
The Garden of Words (Makoto Shinkai) – 24, 2013
Happy Hour (Ryusuke Hamaguchi) – 10, 2015

Bad at Dancing (Joanna Arnow) – 87, 2015
Queen of the Desert (Werner Herzog) – 122, 2015
Paterson (Jim Jarmusch) – 1, 2016
Your Name. (Makoto Shinkai) – 13, 2016
Shin Godzilla (Hideaki Anno) – 18, 2016

Rogue One (Gareth Edwards) – 36, 2016
The Lost City of Z (James Gray) – 50, 2016
See You Tomorrow (Zhang Jiajia) – 75, 2016
Free Fire (Ben Wheatley) – 103, 2016
Song to Song (Terrence Malick) – 3, 2017
Beauty and the Beast (Bill Condon) – 7, 2017

This Week in Rankings

Since the last update I made several end of the year lists for 2016: of The Best Older Films I Saw, The Best Books I Read, and The Best Films of the Year (via conventional chronology), along with a collection of pictures I took of passages from books I read throughout the year. I also announced the nominees for this year’s Endy Awards and wrote about the first two of Tsui Hark’s Once Upon a Time in China movies. Over at Seattle Screen Scene I wrote about Paul WS Anderson’s Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, the Jackie Chan vehicle Railroad Tigers, Cheng Er’s The Wasted Times, and Derek Yee’s The Sword Master.

Also at SSS, we had the results of our annual year-end poll of local critics, programmers and directors, along with a fourpart roundtable discussion of the year in film among regular SSS contributors. I wrote about Oliver Stone’s JFK for Movie Mezzanine, contributed some Double Features to Mubi’s year-end collection, wrote about Toni Erdmann and Zhao Tao for InReview Online, voted in Movie Mezzanine’s end of the year poll and wrote about the Best Chinese Films of the Year and my Film Discoveries of 2016 for them. I also recapped the 2016 Vancouver International Film Festival for Offscreen.

These are the movies I’ve watched and rewatched over the last few weeks, and where they place on my year-by-year rankings.

Dangerous Encounters – First Kind (Tsui Hark) – 5, 1980
When Harry Met Sally… (Rob Reiner) – 8, 1989
Once Upon a Time in China (Tsui Hark) – 5, 1991
JFK (Oliver Stone) – 12, 1991
Once Upon a Time in China II (Tsui Hark) – 10, 1992

Once Upon a Time in China III (Tsui Hark) – 50, 1993
Whisper of the Heart (Yoshifumi Kondō) – 3, 1995
Resident Evil (Paul WS Anderson) – 18, 2002
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (Alexander Witt) – 34, 2004
Resident Evil: Extinction (Russell Mulcahy) – 14, 2007

Missing (Tsui Hark) – 28, 2008
All About Women (Tsui Hark) – 32, 2008
Resident Evil: Afterlife (Paul WS Anderson) – 11, 2010
Wishful Drinking – 51, 2010
Resident Evil: Retribution (Paul WS Anderson) – 13, 2012

Pompeii (Paul WS Anderson) – 27, 2014
The LEGO Movie (Chris Miller & Phil Lord) – 63, 2014
The Fits (Anna Rose Holmer) – 59, 2015
A Bigger Splash (Luca Guadagnino) – 108, 2015
Silence (Martin Scorsese) – 5, 2016

Moonlight (Barry Jenkins) – 9, 2016
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (Paul WS Anderson) – 14, 2016
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (Karan Johar) – 19, 2016
The Edge of Seventeen (Kelly Fremon Craig) – 25, 2016
Tower (Keith Maitland) – 30, 2016

The Wasted Times (Cheng Er) – 31, 2016
Rogue One (Gareth Edwards) – 32, 2016
Train to Busan (Yeon Sangho) – 36, 2016
Manchester by the Sea (Kenneth Lonergan) – 38, 2016
Let Your Heart Be Light (Sophy Romvari) – 39, 2016
Split (M. Night Shyamalan) – 45, 2016

Garfunkel & Oates: Trying to be Special (Riki Lindhome & Jeremy Konner) – 65, 2016
The Wailing (Na Hongjin) – 67, 2016
🌲🌲🌲 (Various) – 76, 2016
13th (Ava DuVernay) – 82, 2016
Railroad Tigers (Ding Sheng) – 85, 2016

Sword Master (Derek Yee) – 88, 2016
Allied (Robert Zemeckis) – 89, 2016
Hell or High Water (David Mackenzie) – 92, 2016
Sing (Garth Jennings) – 95, 2016
Star Trek Beyond (Justin Lin) – 108, 2016