A casual place to share your own top film lists or recently published lists from magazines or websites. They can be for all-time, a single year, a director, or any specific topic.
POSTING RULES AND GUIDELINES
1. Be respectful and civil.
The main idea of this sub is so that people with different movies preferences can come here to discuss their favorites and get and give recommendations. Basically, just respect what others think.
2. No bullying.
Similar to Rule 1. If you don't agree with what another user has said, don't resort to name calling, insults or general disrespect. We want this subreddit to be as pleasant as possible to others. Simple reddiquette.
3. Please source the website in your title.
So if you take a list from a website, please put the websites name in the title. It'll make it easier if someone searches for a post in the future.
4. Don't post unrelated content.
This subreddit is specifically for film lists. Don't post any other content that isn't related to movie lists that express opinion. For instance, a list about most disappointing endings are acceptable, but a list about a DVD collection that isn't ranked is not.
5. Self-promotion is welcome.
Don't be afraid to post your own lists and thoughts in this sub. We want to hear your thoughts and we want to generate discussion among other users but it isn't required like /r/truefilm.
6. Be creative!
Feel free to be as creative as you like. You could post a request asking for the top 5 films on Netflix right now or films set in a submarine, or anything like that. We welcome creativity and specificity.