Top Ten Jesus Movies

They've been making films about the Son of God for over a century. Here's one man's list of those that ascend to the top of the cinematic pack.
by Peter T. Chattaway | posted 04/11/06

Readers Pick Narnia

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe is far and away the No. 1 choice in our second annual Readers' Choice Awards.
posted 02/08/06

Top 10 Movie Robots

They walk, they talk, they work on moisture farms, they hunt Sarah Connor. And sometimes they're eerily human-like. Our critic (and robot nerd) compiles his list of favorites.
by Todd Hertz | posted 03/08/2005

Ten Black Films Worth Watching

In celebration of Black History Month, we present these African-American classics.
by Christine & Michael Swanson | posted 02/08/2005

Top 10 Shakespeare Films

One of our critics, also a theater director, picks the best of the Bard.
by Ron Reed | posted 11/09/2004

Top 10 Movies from Europe

From stories of grace and beauty to those depicting the horrors and heartbreak of war and death, here's one critic's list of European movies worth watching.
by Agnieszka Tennant | posted 08/24/04

Top 10 Movies from Asia

From hilarious comedies to poignant—even heartbreaking—stories about culture and society, here's one critic's list of Asian movies worth watching.
by Stefan Ulstein | posted 08/31/04

Top 10 Movies from the Middle East

In a time when so many images from this part of the world remind us of war, two of our critics list ten outstanding films from the area that give us a better understanding of its people.
by Agnieszka Tennant & Stefan Ulstein | posted 09/07/04

Top 10 Movies from the Rest of the World

Previous articles in this series looked at the best films from Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Here's the best of the ...

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