Top 10 Hollywood Films That Received No Oscar Recognition For Their Wardrobe 

Mark Fraser, in a list which is far from complete, looks at 10 unfashionable snubs...
Posted On 20 Feb 2019

Top 10 British Films

British cinema has enjoyed some great years over the last century. There has been the odd blip along the way but as Top 10 Films reveals, this small island has produced many enduring classics...
Posted On 26 Jul 2014

11 Academy Award Best Actor Nominees Who Should Have Won The Oscar

Hang on a minute! Who'd you say won Best Actor! The Oscars is once again upon us, ready & raring to bestow the highest accolades on cinema's most deserving work. But the Academy Awards often gets it wrong...

Top 10 Films about Historical Figures

Often the best stories have a truth to them. In Top 10 Films' list of the greatest movies about historical figures, we take a look at iconic people and their legacies that will forever live on.

Top 10 Best Picture Winners

Anna from the blog Defiant Success takes a look at the top 10 Best Picture winners at the Academy Awards.

It wasn’t all a bed of roses between David Lean and his most famous fan Steven Spielberg

Chris Evans of The Independent wrote an article in 2008 entitled: “How Sir David Lean had an epic falling out with Steven Spielberg over the filming of a Conrad novel”. The article, concerning Lean’s great unmade epic Nostromo based on Joseph Conrad’s 1904 novel, told of how...

Lawrence of Arabia: The film that inspired Spielberg

Steven Spielberg’s favourite film is David Lean’s Lawrence of Arabia. When the film was first released in 1962 Spielberg went to see it at a small theatre in Phoenix, Arizona where he immediately fell in love with the epic tale of T.E. Lawrence. However, as the director explains,...

Paul Verhoeven chooses his Top 10

PAUL VERHOEVEN’S TOP 10 FILMS 1. La Dolce Vita (Fellini, 1960) 2. Ivan the Terrible, Part II (Eisenstein, 1958) 3. Lawrence of Arabia (Lean, 1962) 4. Rashomon (Kurosawa, 1951) 5. Vertigo (Hitchcock, 1958) 6. The Seventh Seal (Bergman, 1956) 7. La Règle du Jeu (Renoir, 1939)...