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Angel of the Winds Casino Resort to reopen in Snohomish County Wednesday

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Angel Of The Winds casino is reopening today

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Angel of the Winds Casino Resort gambles on reopening in Snohomish County

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Angel of the Winds Casino Resort set to reopen May 13

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Cases in ARLINGTON

Arlington, recently moved here and so many people openly mock masks. Flaunt not wearing them, And talk down to those who do. Downtown restaurants are packed no masks. Angel of the winds casino is packed when I drive by every day.
Does anyone have numbers or know anyone tested positive? Or any numbers for Skagit county?
This place thinks it’s a hoax, I’m just concerned when it does finally makes its way out here it’s gonna be bad and all the trumpers will have their eyes opened.
I thought this little town was a no brained for moving here and was so excited. People seemed nice. But ironically, there is no brains anywhere around here!
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‘I don’t even want to think about what these monsters did to her,’ says mom of missing woman

39-year-old Jessica Seybold was last seen on December 12, 2017. The mother of two disappeared from the Arlington area in Snohomish County, Washington.
The weekend she went missing, Jessica video-messaged her mom on Facebook from outside Angel of the Winds Casino located in Arlington, Washington. She told her mother she was scared and said she was with a creepy guy who had her car keys. It was the last time Jessica was heard from.
Jessica is 5-foot-1 with brown hair and blue eyes. If you have any information on her whereabouts or what happened to her, call the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office on their tipline (425-388-3845) or submit an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at http://www.P3Tips.com or by using the P3 Tips App on your phone. There is a cash reward of up to $1,000.
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Brewery Jobs Weekly Highlights 10/31/2018

North America Beer Jobs
Packaging Supervisor - Trumer Brauerei, Berkeley, CA, US
Assistant Brand Manager - Craft Brew Alliance, Los Angeles, CA, US
Brewery Representative (Central MA).html?searchId=1541038558.5114&page=3) - Boston Beer Company, Framingham, MA, US
District Manager (Los Angeles & Santa Barbara).html?searchId=1541038558.5114&page=3) - Boston Beer Company, Los Angeles, CA, US
Brewing Assistant - Valley Hospitality, Columbus, GA, US
Cellar Worker / Assistant Brewer - Ten Pin Brewing, Moses Lake, WA, US
General Manager - Outworld Brewing, Longmont, CO, US
Brewer - Lake of the Woods Brewing Company, Kenora, ON, CA
Brew & Cellar - Monday Night Brewing, Atlanta, GA, US
AREA SALES MANAGER - Albany, NY - Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Albany, NY, US
Head Brewer - Saltbox Brewing Company, Mahone Bay, NS, CA
Brewer - Abita Brewing Company, Abita Springs, LA, US
Brewer - Pretoria Fields, Albany, GA, US
Quality Director - Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Chico, CA or Mills River, NC, US
Technical Sales Representative Midwest - Gusmer Enterprises, Inc., Detroit, MI, US
Cellar Operator - Harpoon Brewery, Boston, MA, US
Packaging Operator - Harpoon Brewery, Boston, MA, US
Head Brewer - New York Beer Project LLC, Victor, NY, US
Brewery Sales Rep - Pretoria Fields, Statewide, AL, US
Brewmaster - Boomstick Brewing, Corner Brook, NL, CA
Head Brewer - Wolf Tree Brewery, Seal Rock, OR, US
BREWER I - Craft Brew Alliance, Portland, OR, US
Shift Brewer - Trumer Brauerei, Berkeley, CA, US
Sales Representative (Full Time - Summit County, CO).html?searchId=1541038558.5114&page=7) - AB InBev, Littleton, CO, US
Senior Regional Sales Manager - Craft Brew Alliance, Charlotte, NC, US
Dispatcher - Boston Beer Company, Breinigsville, PA, US
Materials Coordinator - Boston Beer Company, Cincinnati, OH, US
Merchandiser - Sleeman Breweries, Edmonton, AB, CA
Merchandiser - Sleeman Breweries, Vernon, BC, CA
Logistic Coordinator - Sleeman Breweries, Montreal, QC, CA
Sales representative - Sleeman Breweries, Delta, BC, CA
Head Brewer - Angel of the Winds Casino Resort, Arlington, WA, US
Innovation Brewer - Craft Collective Brewing, Vancouver, BC, CA
Australia & New Zealand Beer Jobs
Brewer - Thunder Road Brewing Company, Brunswick, VIC, AU
Head Brewer - bStudio, Napier, NZ
Learning and Development Manager - Carlton & United Breweries, Yatala, QLD, AU
Category Activation Manager - Asahi Beverages, Queenstown, NZ
Business Development Executive - Carlton & United Breweries, Victoria, VIC, AU
Asia Beer Jobs
Brewmaster.html?searchId=1541038558.5114&page=3) - PT. Hatten Bali, Bali, ID
General Manager.html) - BrewingWork Recruiting, North Point, Hong Kong, HK
Brewer - Brewerkz Brewing Co Pte Ltd, Singapore, SG
UK Beer Jobs
Head Brewer with USA experience - Zerodegrees, Reading, UK
Maintenance Planner - Bottling - Heineken UK, Tadcaster, UK
Packaging & Maintenance Manager - Camden Town Brewery, London, UK
Shift Brewer - Camden Town Brewery, London, UK

I've created a Facebook group for sharing US Beer jobs if anyone is interested.
Cheers!
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Mayor Franklin Delivers First “State Of Everett” Speech, Here's the Text

Y'know, if you're curious and didn't want to spend $40 to see it in person.
State of the City Jan. 24, 2018
Intro Good morning!
Thank you, Congressman Larsen, for that wonderful introduction. And thank you to Patrick Pierce and Economic Alliance Snohomish County for hosting this great event.
It’s truly a privilege to be here this morning and to share my vision for Everett. As I look around this room, I see a wealth of creativity, experience and passion for our city – you’re absolutely inspiring.
I want to acknowledge and thank my fellow elected officials who are here today. After just two years as a councilmember and now three weeks as mayor, I have an even greater respect for the tremendous commitment and energy it takes to do this job well.
I especially want to recognize our Everett City Councilmembers who are here this morning: Council Vice President Scott Bader, and Councilmembers Jeff Moore, Scott Murphy and Judy Tuohy. And a special welcome to our newest councilmember, Ethel McNeal.
I also want to thank the members of our City team who are here today, including my executive team: Chief of Staff Lyle Ryan, as well as Nick Harper, Paul Kaftanski, Bob Bolerjack, Jim Iles and Meghan Pembroke.
And most importantly, I want to thank my husband, David, for being a wonderful partner and father, and for his unending patience and support over the past year and always.
Strong foundation It is both an absolute honor and incredibly humbling to take on this leadership role in our community.
Throughout my career, I have had a passion for serving others, primarily in the nonprofit world. When I was asked to serve on the Community Streets Initiative task force in 2014, I saw firsthand what an important impact public servants can have in their communities. I also saw an opportunity for me to contribute my skills and experiences – and my deep love for our city – to help Everett grow and prosper.
I am fortunate to follow in the footsteps of incredible City leaders. When I became a councilmember, I joined a team of dedicated and thoughtful elected officials. It was an honor to serve with my council colleagues, and I look forward to working even more collaboratively with the council as we move forward.
And I am also incredibly fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with Mayor Stephanson while I was on the council, and to have had his support and guidance during the transition. Mayor Stephanson leaves such a remarkable and wide-ranging legacy that it’s difficult to sum up what his 14 years of service has meant to Everett – and what it will mean to future generations.
Everett’s future is what I want to talk about this morning.
Our strengths are well known. In Snohomish County we have more manufacturing jobs than any other county in the state and we’re number 2 in tech-based jobs. Everett is the hub of all of that activity.
We have an amazing arts and music scene, exciting restaurants, pubs and breweries, and beautiful parks and open spaces. Combined with our unique location between Port Gardner Bay and the Snohomish River, there is no better place to live and work.
We have incredible opportunities in front of us, and we have a lot of hard work to accomplish if we want to take advantage of those opportunities.
This morning I’d like to share my team’s priorities for public safety, economic development and community engagement, and to preview the directives that will guide our work in 2018 and beyond. Each of these areas contributes to our economic vitality as a city, and helps to attract new people and businesses to our region.
Before I begin, I want to acknowledge and thank a special group of people who played a role in shaping my team’s short- and long-term goals.
In December, I asked 55 community leaders to serve on my transition advisory team and to provide feedback on Everett’s strengths and the opportunities they want to see us pursue. We had representation from across the city, and from different age groups, income brackets and industries. The team provided incredibly valuable input that helped influence the priorities I’ll share with you today.
Public Safety:
Our first priority is public safety. Everett is fortunate to have exceptional police officers and firefighters. I’d like to ask our chiefs and our first responders in the audience to please stand and be recognized for your service to our community.
One of the strong themes of the transition advisory team’s work was the importance of fully staffing our police department. I’m pleased to report that we have made significant progress toward that goal this past year.
The department has lost 52 commissioned officers since 2014, largely due to retirements. In response, we’ve taken several steps to accelerate hiring while still maintaining our high standards, including offering incentives for lateral officers.
We hired 16 new officers last year, and are down to just 10 vacancies – our lowest vacancy rate since April 2013. Our goal for 2018 is to fill those remaining positions. The department will begin participating in virtual career fairs this spring, offering another platform to engage potential candidates.
This month Everett Police is launching a new data-driven initiative, known as E-stat. The program will allow us to analyze crime, develop responses and evaluate what we’re doing using timely, accurate data. After the initial rollout, we’ll expand the work group to include other City teams to help tackle more persistent problems.
In our fire department, my main priority is developing a positive working relationship with our firefighters.
These men and women provide exceptional, selfless service to the people of Everett, whether they are responding to a car accident, a heart attack or a house fire. Rebuilding a cooperative, mutually respectful partnership will be vital as we move forward.
Chief of Staff Lyle Ryan and I are working with interim Chief Tim Key and his team to gather data that will help us assess our current fire operations and community needs. We’ll use that information, and the input of our firefighters, to determine where we need to go in terms of deployment.
Looking ahead: We are making progress to address our public safety challenges. But as we’ve heard from our community, we still have work ahead of us.
We are seeing far too many violent crimes involving teens and young adults, including the murder of 14-year-old David Sandoval last fall, allegedly at the hands of a 13-year-old boy. Any loss of life is heartbreaking, but it’s especially painful when the victim is so young.
On January 11, I issued the first directive of my administration, focused on reducing this devastating violence and providing positive pathways for our youth.
There were 219 gang-related offenses reported in Everett in 2017 – a 59 percent increase over 2016. There were 24 drive-by shootings last year – a 167 percent increase. These numbers are unacceptable. Our response, which will be led by Chief Templeman, balances prevention and intervention programs with targeted, proactive enforcement. We will also engage communities affected by gang violence and launch a public education campaign to encourage gun safety.
Work is already underway to fulfill the directive, and I look forward to updating you on our progress over the next year.
Another complex challenge is the visible effects of addiction, mental illness and homelessness on our streets.
We are not unique. Communities large and small across the country are facing these challenges. And while I share the frustrations of our residents and businesses, I believe we are ahead of the curve in bringing innovative, collaborative solutions to our community.
Yesterday Catholic Housing Services broke ground on the Safe Streets Supportive Housing facility. The building will provide homes and around-the-clock support for 65 chronically homeless individuals when it opens next year. Housing is absolutely critical to a person’s chance of achieving stability and overcoming addiction, and I’m thrilled to see construction get underway.
Other programs launched under the Safe Streets plan are also seeing results. The Everett Police Community Outreach and Enforcement Team, which includes two embedded social workers, provided more than 1,300 services last year to those on our streets – everything from ID cards to mental health resources.
We have sent 27 individuals to out-of-state treatment – at no cost to the City – through the Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative (PAARI).
While I am encouraged by our initial progress, it’s clear we have more to do.
This week I will issue a Mayoral Directive that builds on the programs Everett has already implemented and the partnerships we’ve developed with our service provider network. We will not solve these problems on our own, and we will have the greatest impact by working collaboratively.
Under the first initiative, we will continue to advocate for more permanent supportive housing options and will support projects being developed by our community partners. At the same time, we must expand our temporary and emergency shelter options. I’m directing staff to work closely with Snohomish County and our current shelter providers to identify potential ways to grow our shelter capacity.
Under our diversion efforts, I’ve directed staff to explore the possibility of expanding our Safe Streets Work Crew program. Last year, participants picked up more than 11,000 gallons of garbage from streets and homeless camps, and many of those individuals were connected to housing and services.
This program has been well received by our businesses, and I believe it could make a visible, positive impact in other affected areas of the city.
For many of the individuals we work with, the next step after housing and treatment is reentering the workforce – and that’s a goal our entire community supports. We will explore the potential for a pilot program that would help promote existing supportive employment opportunities and connect local businesses with individuals who are ready to work.
Responding to the opioid epidemic will remain a priority for the City. Our officers have reversed 71 overdoses using Naloxone since 2015. And we continue to pursue our lawsuit against Purdue Pharmaceuticals for allowing OxyContin to flood the black market.
But even as we respond to the immediate, visible effects of addiction on our streets, we must also step up our efforts to stop the disease before it starts.
We will continue to partner with Snohomish County and the Snohomish Health District through the Multi-Agency Coordination effort to keep opioids out of our community and to expand our prevention and intervention programs. I want to thank Executive Somers for his leadership in this important work.
I’ve also asked our team to explore how we can expand our pilot program for medication-assisted treatment to connect even more individuals with treatment at the moment they’re ready.
Under the directive, we’ll increase our use of data to evaluate our current programs and will develop tools to track our spending on street-level social issues. This analysis will help us fine tune our approach as we move forward and give our residents and businesses a better understanding of how our efforts are positively impacting the community.
Everyone in our city deserves to feel safe. Achieving that goal will be critical as we encourage new employers and families to make Everett their home.
Economic Development: Our next priority is economic development.
Everett is poised for prosperity. We have all of the ingredients we need to promote positive growth and create a vibrant, attractive community. I am thrilled to help lead the charge as we strengthen our economy, bring new jobs and job centers to Everett, and take advantage of the innovative, creative institutions that are the foundation of our city.
We have a strong base to grow from and many incredible developments currently underway. It all begins with our large job centers.
The entire Everett community benefits from the jobs and opportunities created by our major employers. From Boeing and the aerospace sector to Providence Regional Medical Center to the waterfront presence of the Port of Everett and Naval Station Everett, these institutions are the bedrock of our economy and a magnet for future growth.
Boeing, which broke records for airplane deliveries last year, began assembly of the 777X in October. The first jets are expected to be delivered in 2020. Boeing, its workers and their families are an incredible piece of Everett’s identity, and an inspiring and vital force in our community. Boeing employees also broke records for giving last year, donating more than $350,000 to local charities and families during the holiday season.
Last summer Funko, another homegrown company, opened its doors on Wetmore, to the delight of Everett families and “funatics” from around the world. Funko is more than a toy maker – it’s a creative powerhouse, and the perfect anchor for fun, innovative, and community-oriented businesses. I am thrilled that they have decided to invest in our downtown and I’m excited to partner with them as they continue to innovate and grow.
In August, Seattle Children’s Hospital will open a new branch on the Providence campus, adding to our world-class health care sector. The new branch will offer more than 15 pediatric subspecialties of care, and will be an incredible asset for the city and families throughout our region.
We must continue to advocate for and support these institutions and industries to ensure they have the workforce, transportation networks and resources they need to thrive. When they succeed, we all succeed.
We continue to see more positive changes taking place throughout the city.
Last month Angel of the Winds Casino Resort became the naming sponsor of our events center, bringing an infusion of new energy and the chance to attract new and bigger acts to Everett.
Our downtown is transforming with new restaurants, breweries, shops and major attractions. Farms & Market on Grand Avenue will celebrate its soft opening in February, and expects to announce several exciting tenants very soon. The year-round market will feature a kitchen and deli, and provide space for area farmers to sell their produce and other goods.
New housing and retail options are taking shape after being on hold for years during the recession. At the Riverfront, 140 homes have already sold and another 42 are pending. At the Port, construction is beginning on Fisherman’s Harbor, the first phase of their Waterfront Place Central development. This district will be a hub of activity, with more than 260 apartments and a 142-room hotel with meeting and event space.
Our Grand Avenue Park Bridge project – currently under construction – will provide a new way for Everett residents and visitors to connect to waterfront attractions, concerts, shops and restaurants.
And after far too long, one of the missing pieces of our economic landscape is finally nearing reality – commercial air service at Paine Field.
United Airlines and Alaska Airlines have both signed on to provide daily flights out of the two-gate terminal now under construction. We expect the first flights to begin before the year is out and – like many of you in this room – I hope to be on one of them.
Economic development also relies on a quality education system. As the proud mother of an Everett student, I can vouch for the priceless asset we have in our local school districts.
Everett School District students outperform the state on assessments in every subject and every grade. Nearly 91 percent of students graduate in four years; nearly 95 percent graduate in 5 years. The district also has the highest graduation rate in the state for students who speak a language other than English in their homes.
Mukilteo School District boasts equally impressive outcomes and a track record of partnering with nonprofits and service providers to provide community-based programs for our students. The district also hosts the Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center, which offers hands-on training for students as they consider their future careers. We are fortunate to have two amazing local K through 12 partners achieving remarkable results with our youth.
Under Mayor Stephanson’s leadership, we’ve seen higher education opportunities in Everett expand greatly.
Our world-class higher education partners are constantly evolving to respond to the needs and opportunities presented by Everett industries. Everett Community College is the first college in the state to offer an advanced avionics program, equipping students to maintain, troubleshoot and repair aircraft electronic systems.
Washington State University at Everett is in its new home on North Broadway, and now enrolls about 200 full-time students – nearly 600 for the University Center as a whole.
Students can earn degrees in a growing range of programs that are relevant to our region, such as electrical engineering and organic agriculture systems.
WSU’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine welcomed its first class of students this fall, many of whom will spend their third and fourth years training at health care institutions in Everett. We will continue to advocate for WSU and support its plans to expand its physical footprint here, as well as its academic offerings.
Looking ahead: While we have a strong foundation to grow from, we also have immediate needs to address to sustain our existing job centers and recruit new businesses and ideas to Everett.
As Boeing considers its new mid-market airplane, I will work tirelessly to make sure that plane is built here in Everett.
Without question, there is no better place for Boeing to build. We are home to the country’s biggest aerospace cluster, which accounts for almost half of the state’s aerospace workforce. We have the suppliers, subcontractors and transportation networks that Boeing relies on.
Most importantly, we have a community that understands Boeing’s incredible value and takes immense pride in being at the forefront of the aerospace world.
At the same time that we are working to retain and support our major employers, we have to be focused on what comes next.
One opportunity for growth is entrepreneurs, and I’m so excited about the Innovation Center that we are developing in partnership with Snohomish County, the Economic Alliance, Everett Community College and the Northwest Innovation Resource Center.
The Innovation Center will be a hub for entrepreneurs, providing them with co-working space and the resources and mentors they need to turn their ideas into successful businesses.
We’ve received a grant from the Community Economic Revitalization Board to help plan the center, and we’ve identified potential locations near the community college. Stay tuned for details on the center later this spring.
With our region’s incredible beauty and strong sense of environmental responsibility, Everett also seems a natural fit to become a leader in sustainable, green technologies. At the same time that we work to reduce the City’s carbon footprint through our own climate action plan, I will also support efforts to recruit new businesses and jobs in the emerging clean energy economy.
Another opportunity is at the City itself, as Lanie McMullin, our longtime economic development director, will retire next month. Lanie has provided tremendous service to our community as a champion for Everett, and has helped bring exciting new businesses to our downtown core.
We will soon begin recruiting for a new economic development director, who will work closely with Deputy Mayor Nick Harper and Planning Director Allan Giffen to help us capitalize on the incredible opportunities ahead of us.
Today I’ll issue a Mayoral Directive that builds on our existing programs and takes advantage of this transitional time to realign our staff and strategic plans to help us achieve our economic development goals.
We have so much going for us – from incredible schools and colleges to leaders in industry and health care to an amazing natural setting. There is no better place to live or to start a business. We need a comprehensive, proactive marketing and branding effort that highlights those strengths.
My directive establishes an Office of Communications and Marketing, under the leadership of Executive Director Meghan Pembroke. This team will create and manage our marketing campaigns, including our tourism initiative, and support the economic development team with targeted recruitment and retention campaigns.
We will also establish an Office of Community Planning and Economic Development. In the short term, this team will accelerate our efforts to attract and promote more startups and entrepreneurs in Everett and to recruit new investment in key industrial and commercial properties throughout the city.
Commercial air service at Paine Field opens up potential for new private investors and family-wage jobs, and I’ve directed our team to come up with a plan to make the most of those possibilities.
We must also be actively pursuing and advocating for our long-term priorities, which are in line with those identified by the transition advisory team: transportation and critical infrastructure needs, education and workforce training, and a comprehensive affordable housing strategy.
One of our greatest strengths as a community is the passion and expertise of our business leaders – and many of you are in the room today.
Under my directive, we’ll establish an economic development advisory committee of local business leaders, as well as representatives from our City Council. The committee will work closely with the City team on economic development initiatives and will provide an avenue for two-way communication with the business community.
The final two initiatives in the directive are focused on activating key corridors and business districts within the city.
Our planning department is finalizing the Metro Everett plan, which includes innovative strategies and incentives to encourage and guide future growth downtown and near the event center and Everett Station. With City Council’s approval of the plan and its components, I will direct City staff to immediately begin implementation.
The Metro Everett vision includes using developer incentives and tax credits to encourage job growth and additional market-rate housing in our metropolitan center. It also includes strategies to make the district more inviting and attractive to new businesses and residents by addressing vacant properties and creating new paths and destinations.
Finally, I’ve directed the team to take a closer look at key business districts throughout the City, including the college district and North Broadway, Paine Field, Evergreen Way, and the Everett Mall. We can do more to support small businesses and share prosperity throughout our city.
I believe there are opportunities to apply the tools we’ve developed during the Metro Everett effort in other parts of the city, including simplifying our regulations to streamline development.
Our plans for these areas should consider future opportunities, such as transit-oriented development, and should help facilitate coordination among stakeholders.
Community Engagement: My final immediate priority as mayor is community engagement and inclusion.
As a councilmember, I brought forward a resolution affirming Everett’s commitment to ensuring a safe and welcoming community for everyone who lives, works and visits here. I want to again recognize and thank our City Councilmembers, who were unanimous in supporting that resolution.
Everett is rich in diversity of cultures, experiences and faith, and I believe we should not only protect and preserve that diversity, but look for ways to include those diverse voices in the City’s work.
In my conversations with community members, both as a candidate and now as mayor, I have been energized by how much our residents care about our city and how much they want to be a part of Everett’s success. Our community wants a government that is approachable, transparent and responsive, and I am committed to delivering on those fronts.
I believe that the City – and especially its leaders – has a responsibility to connect with and engage our residents in a meaningful way. What we do is vitally important to the lives of our community members, and they deserve the opportunity to ask questions, share concerns and have a say in how we conduct our work.
We have a strong base of engagement to build on, especially when it comes to our community leaders. Our nearly 160 board and commission volunteers invest their time and expertise to serve our City and provide community representation on important projects and programs.
For instance, last year the Board of Park Commissioners worked to update the six-year Parks Capital Improvement Plan and advised staff on key projects, including the potential YMCA partnership. Planning Commissioners provided input on the changes and incentives included in the Metro Everett plan.
We also convened the EnvisionEverett Committee, which met throughout early 2017. Members updated Everett’s 2005 vision report and set new goals and strategies for the City to pursue.
I’m grateful for the contributions of our boards and commissions, and I’m eager to get more people involved – particularly those who are not currently connected to their City government.
Over the past year we’ve stepped up our efforts to diversify of our boards and commissions, which often serve as a pipeline to elected office or City employment, and we’re seeing initial progress.
The 22-member EnvisionEverett Committee had representation from 14 of our 19 neighborhoods. In December, nearly 30 individuals applied for my former City Council seat, representing 13 neighborhoods.
This month we welcomed eight new members to the Diversity Advisory Board, and I am excited about the new energy and vision that they are bringing to such a critically important area of our work.
We’ve also added new ways for our residents to engage with the City and each other.
Last summer we launched the Community Sparks program, which provides small matching grants for community projects and events. Nine new projects were completed under the inaugural program, including the SnoHomo Pride festival, a historical walking tour and a “wall of kindness,” dreamed up and put into action by Evergreen Middle School students.
These kinds of events and programs, generated by creative, community-minded residents, cultivate important civic pride and can help us reach people that we aren’t currently reaching.
Last fall we also launched Everett Essentials, the City’s first-ever civics academy. Twenty-nine Everett residents spent nine weeks in an intensive, hands-on course that gave them a behind-the-scenes look at City services and programs.
The course received positive feedback from students and City instructors. And we’re already seeing how this kind of investment in our community members can pay off: Four of our graduates were appointed to boards and commissions positions, and several more have stepped up as neighborhood leaders.
Looking ahead: As Mayor, I will continue to support our community leaders and volunteers and recruit new residents to take on these important roles. I’m committed to ensuring that our community members have a voice in what we do, especially when it comes to public safety.
This summer Chief Templeman and I will launch a Chief’s Community Advisory Committee made up of community members and leaders. The group will work with the Chief to advise the department on recruiting, training, community outreach and promoting public awareness of police services and programs.
I also believe that our City workforce must reflect the population we serve.
Everett is increasingly diverse. In the Everett School District, 88 languages are now spoken in students’ homes, and 13 percent of students are learning to speak English. In the Mukilteo district, one in five students is learning to speak English, and 91 different languages are spoken in students’ homes.
Currently, nearly 90 percent of City employees identify as white, compared to 76 percent of Everett residents. We have a great opportunity to diversify our workforce and find new and better ways to reach and engage all members of our community.
This week I will issue a Mayoral Directive on Community Engagement and Inclusion, which will help guide our efforts in this vitally important area.
Our first task will be to develop a clearly defined vision for an engaged community. This was a strongly supported recommendation from the transition advisory team, and something I’ve heard repeatedly from our residents and neighborhood leaders.
With a clear vision for engagement we can identify the tools and policies we need to support City staff in providing effective outreach and meaningful engagement opportunities for all members of our community.
My directive also calls for a plan to improve inclusion and equity at the City and develop a workforce that represents the diverse population we serve. An interdepartmental City team will evaluate our current practices and develop recommendations to make sure the way we recruit, hire and train is in line with our inclusion and diversity goals. The team will work closely with the Diversity Advisory Board and Chief’s Community Advisory Committee.
Under the directive, we’ll also look for ways to increase access to City government. We’ll start by evaluating our facilities and service hours for accessibility and the potential for co-locating related City services to provide easy, “one-stop shopping” for our residents and businesses. We’ll also launch a citywide data initiative, to make it easier for the public to find and explore City data through our website.
The directive establishes a second interdepartmental team focused on customer service and complaint resolution. This team will recommend ways to improve how we interact with our community members when they have a question or concern, and how we identify and respond to recurring issues.
We’ll also make sure our City employees are engaged and informed about what the City is doing; our City team members are our best ambassadors to the broader community.
Finally, the directive includes a youth engagement initiative to encourage youth participation in boards and commissions and other City programs, and to evaluate a potential City-wide internship and apprenticeship program for high school and college students.
Conclusion It is so exciting to reflect on all of the milestones Everett has achieved in the last several years. It’s even more exciting to consider all of the incredible opportunities in our future.
I believe that leaders are most effective when they have a deep, personal connection to the people and places they serve, and I couldn’t be prouder to be Everett’s mayor.
I love this city. Everett is full of creative, compassionate people who recognize its strengths and potential, and want to be a part of its successes. That’s why I moved my family here. That’s why I’m excited to raise my daughter here. And that’s why I’m so eager to help move Everett forward.
Thank you for the chance to share my vision for our city, and thank you for all of the passion and energy you invest in our community. We have truly unlimited possibilities ahead of us, and I can’t wait to see what we accomplish together.
Thank you.
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Skills day and ride 5/20

I'm happy to announce that skills days have returned! After a couple of years of being unable to find a reliable location, we (Eireannach Rothai Riding Club) have finally locked down a parking lot. We ran them intermittently for the last 3 seasons, but Open Door Baptist Church in Lynnwood (17014 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98037) is now allowing us use of their parking lot on the third Saturday of each month.
We'll be setting up a cones course that will help develop and hone basic riding skills. We will also be offering individual coaching for those interested. This event is ENTIRELY FREE, and all are welcome. Just show up with a bike and whatever gear you wear and we'll get you all set up. We normally have 8-12 members helping out every month. The club consists of a bunch of experienced street riders, with roughly half having held or currently holding active roadracing licenses. I think our average mileage per member is hovering around 200,000, and we've been doing this for almost a decade now, so we're relatively qualified to help most everyone out.
The skills day officially kicks off at 10am, and will run for roughly 2 hours.
Following the skills day, we will be riding to the Mukilteo ferry and heading up Whidbey Island, ultimately winding up at Angel of the Winds Casino (because they sponsor our favorite charity, and have delightful quesadillas). In all, it should be a fun day.
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[US Promotion] I would like to celebrate Thanksgiving by gifting you all books!

UPDATE: More books added by siffis and West1234567890 further down
If are late coming across this post then do not worry you can still message me your email for a book.
To celebrate my day off today and Thanksgiving tomorrow I would like to gift my audiobooks.
In order to recieve a free audiobook gift just message me any title (below) along with your email address. If you have not recieved a gift before then you will get the audiobook for free. More details here and here. I am in the US market (but I hear from Canada and UK that it still works).
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siffis has generously offered to include his collection. If you like any of the books below then message directly.

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These are the statistical top 500 movies of all time, according to 23 different websites

Hey everyone, great to be back again. Some of you might remember a similar title from a post I made back in April, where I made a list of the top 250 movies with 13 sources, or a preview of this list I made last month.
I want to emphasize that this is NOT an official ranking nor my personal ranking; it is just a statistical and, personally, interesting look at 500 amazing movies. These rankings reflect the opinions of thousands of critics and millions of people around the world. And I am glad that this list is able to cover a wide range of genres, decades, and countries. So before I get bombarded with "Why isn't X on here?" or "How is X above Y?" comments, I wanted to clear that up.
I sourced my data from Sight & Sound (both critic and director lists), TSPDT, iCheckMovies, 11 domestic websites (Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, IMDb, Letterboxd, TMDb, Trakt, Blu-Ray, MovieLens, RateYourMusic, Criticker, and Critics Choice), and 9 international audience sites (FilmAffinity, Douban, Naver, MUBI, Filmweb, Kinopoisk, CSFD, Moviemeter, and Senscritique). This balance of domestic/international ratings made the list more well-rounded and internationally representative (sites from Spain, China, Korea, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic, Netherlands, and France).
As for my algorithm, I weighted websites according to both their Alexa ranking and their number of votes compared to other sites. For example, since The Godfather has hundreds of thousands of votes on Letterboxd but only a couple thousand on Metacritic, Letterboxd would be weighted more heavily. After obtaining the weighted averages, I then added the movie's iCheckMovies' favs/checks ratio and TSPDT ranking, if applicable. Regarding TSPDT, I included the top 2000 movies; as an example of my calculations, Rear Window's ranking of #41 would add (2000-41)/2000=0.9795 points to its weighted average. I removed movies that had <7-8K votes on IMDb, as these mostly had low ratings and numbers of votes across different sites as well. For both Sight & Sound lists, I added between 0.5 and 1 point to a movie's score based on its ranking, which I thought was an adequate reflection of how difficult it is to be included on these lists. As examples, a #21 movie would have 0.9 points added while a #63 would have 0.69 points.
So without further ado, the statistical top 500 movies ever made. I separated the scores into overall, critics, domestic, and international columns to make comparisons easier. This list on Letterboxd.
Ranking Title Overall Score Critics Domestic International Year Director
1 The Godfather 93.89 97.73 90.50 89.36 1972 Francis Ford Coppola
2 The Godfather: Part II 91.93 93.30 89.04 88.06 1974 Francis Ford Coppola
3 Seven Samurai 91.05 97.38 87.63 85.90 1954 Akira Kurosawa
4 12 Angry Men 90.45 95.45 88.74 88.62 1957 Sidney Lumet
5 City Lights 89.94 96.75 85.67 85.93 1931 Charlie Chaplin
6 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 89.45 91.20 87.81 86.59 1966 Sergio Leone
7 The Shawshank Redemption 89.41 82.95 89.49 89.18 1994 Frank Darabont
8 Psycho 89.29 95.23 85.70 85.01 1960 Alfred Hitchcock
9 Modern Times 89.28 95.55 85.21 85.37 1936 Charlie Chaplin
10 Schindler's List 89.08 93.80 87.22 87.29 1993 Steven Spielberg
11 Pulp Fiction 88.85 92.60 87.69 86.42 1994 Quentin Tarantino
12 Rear Window 88.63 97.65 85.40 83.33 1954 Alfred Hitchcock
13 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 88.55 87.38 86.28 86.97 1975 Miloš Forman
14 Apocalypse Now 88.54 93.85 85.24 83.48 1979 Francis Ford Coppola
15 Tokyo Story 88.49 98.30 85.16 83.76 1953 Yasujirō Ozu
16 Spirited Away 88.34 93.78 86.80 85.91 2001 Hayao Miyazaki
17 GoodFellas 88.03 91.48 87.00 84.03 1990 Martin Scorsese
18 Vertigo 88.02 95.60 84.05 82.76 1958 Alfred Hitchcock
19 Singin' in the Rain 88.01 97.65 83.95 83.13 1952 Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen
20 Sunset Boulevard 88.00 95.45 85.44 84.22 1950 Billy Wilder
21 Citizen Kane 87.83 99.03 83.06 82.22 1941 Orson Welles
22 Harakiri 87.79 85.83 88.00 86.29 1962 Masaki Kobayashi
23 Rashomon 87.74 96.55 83.52 82.73 1950 Akira Kurosawa
24 Once Upon a Time in the West 87.71 86.65 85.48 84.62 1968 Sergio Leone
25 Fanny and Alexander 87.54 97.30 83.15 83.00 1982 Ingmar Bergman
26 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 87.40 92.59 86.06 85.38 2003 Peter Jackson
27 Andrei Rublev 87.39 91.90 83.80 83.94 1966 Andrei Tarkovsky
28 The Passion of Joan of Arc 87.39 94.65 83.88 83.57 1928 Carl Theodor Dreyer
29 Sherlock Jr. 87.36 96.45 83.64 85.60 1924 Buster Keaton
30 Bicycle Thieves 87.35 94.70 83.91 83.46 1948 Vittorio De Sica
31 Casablanca 87.35 98.00 85.25 82.62 1942 Michael Curtiz
32 Some Like It Hot 87.28 95.30 82.11 83.73 1959 Billy Wilder
33 Persona 87.22 88.20 84.28 83.07 1966 Ingmar Bergman
34 Children of Paradise 87.21 95.33 84.81 83.27 1945 Marcel Carné
35 Taxi Driver 87.14 93.88 83.60 82.06 1976 Martin Scorsese
36 The Dark Knight 87.08 88.81 86.96 84.80 2008 Christopher Nolan
37 Metropolis 87.03 96.00 82.92 84.01 1927 Fritz Lang
38 Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans 87.02 93.95 82.23 84.02 1927 F. W. Murnau
39 Stalker 87.02 92.30 83.86 83.29 1979 Andrei Tarkovsky
40 Pather Panchali 86.96 94.35 84.40 82.80 1955 Satyajit Ray
41 Lawrence of Arabia 86.95 97.65 83.76 81.49 1962 David Lean
42 M 86.91 96.20 84.34 82.92 1931 Fritz Lang
43 Ordet 86.82 98.10 83.08 82.55 1955 Carl Theodor Dreyer
44 It's a Wonderful Life 86.77 90.45 85.17 84.90 1946 Frank Capra
45 Satantango 86.76 90.45 84.58 84.21 1994 Béla Tarr
46 Parasite 86.72 96.34 86.55 83.15 2019 Bong Joon-ho
47 The 400 Blows 86.70 96.70 83.14 82.60 1959 François Truffaut
48 Ikiru 86.56 93.80 85.48 84.29 1952 Akira Kurosawa
49 Mirror 86.50 95.60 82.75 82.34 1975 Andrei Tarkovsky
50 Come and See 86.50 90.50 85.22 83.13 1985 Elem Klimov
51 The Apartment 86.48 92.00 84.09 82.99 1960 Billy Wilder
52 The General 86.45 91.45 82.59 83.87 1926 Buster Keaton, Clyde Bruckman
53 Grave of the Fireflies 86.43 95.13 85.85 82.97 1988 Isao Takahata
54 Le Trou 86.41 89.95 85.46 85.14 1960 Jacques Becker
55 The Battle of Algiers 86.37 95.40 82.64 81.24 1966 Gillo Pontecorvo
56 A Man Escaped 86.34 96.50 83.67 82.03 1956 Robert Bresson
57 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb 86.34 95.85 84.37 83.03 1964 Stanley Kubrick
58 Paths of Glory 86.25 92.30 84.97 84.48 1957 Stanley Kubrick
59 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 86.24 88.75 85.61 84.31 2001 Peter Jackson
60 All About Eve 86.23 96.95 83.69 83.20 1950 Joseph L. Mankiewicz
61 Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 86.21 86.93 87.05 83.29 1980 Irvin Kershner
62 High and Low 86.16 86.55 86.08 84.26 1963 Akira Kurosawa
63 The Great Dictator 86.15 91.10 84.25 85.03 1940 Charlie Chaplin
64 The Silence of the Lambs 86.12 88.68 85.29 84.17 1991 Jonathan Demme
65 2001: A Space Odyssey 86.06 88.35 82.93 81.54 1968 Stanley Kubrick
66 North by Northwest 86.03 96.38 83.17 81.74 1959 Alfred Hitchcock
67 Double Indemnity 85.91 94.38 83.84 83.12 1944 Billy Wilder
68 Ugetsu 85.91 97.25 82.69 81.91 1953 Kenji Mizoguchi
69 Woman in the Dunes 85.91 93.95 84.71 83.77 1964 Hiroshi Teshigahara
70 Sansho the Bailiff 85.88 95.50 84.24 82.21 1954 Kenji Mizoguchi
71 Once Upon a Time in America 85.87 86.10 83.84 85.53 1984 Sergio Leone
72 City of God 85.86 84.08 86.39 84.00 2002 Fernando Meirelles, Kátia Lund
73 Late Spring 85.81 94.75 83.74 82.27 1949 Yasujirō Ozu
74 Barry Lyndon 85.80 87.95 82.44 82.30 1975 Stanley Kubrick
75 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 85.78 88.78 85.00 84.29 2002 Peter Jackson
76 Raging Bull 85.77 90.48 82.01 81.80 1980 Martin Scorsese
77 Chinatown 85.72 94.08 83.32 80.69 1974 Roman Polanski
78 Alien 85.69 91.73 84.76 82.62 1979 Ridley Scott
79 Ran 85.68 94.70 83.93 82.52 1985 Akira Kurosawa
80 The Seventh Seal 85.67 92.10 83.52 82.13 1957 Ingmar Bergman
81 The Kid 85.61 92.85 82.91 84.94 1921 Charlie Chaplin
82 Wild Strawberries 85.51 90.05 83.38 82.24 1957 Ingmar Bergman
83 A Brighter Summer Day 85.50 93.38 84.07 81.01 1991 Edward Yang
84 85.48 91.20 82.59 81.09 1963 Federico Fellini
85 The Pianist 85.38 88.69 83.31 84.80 2002 Roman Polanski
86 The World of Apu 85.38 93.20 84.38 83.09 1959 Satyajit Ray
87 La Dolce Vita 85.37 94.38 81.40 80.48 1960 Federico Fellini
88 Star Wars 85.33 90.03 85.22 81.92 1977 George Lucas
89 The Best of Youth 85.31 88.78 85.31 83.64 2003 Marco Tullio Giordana
90 The Gold Rush 85.29 94.55 81.93 83.59 1925 Charlie Chaplin
91 The Third Man 85.26 96.50 82.91 80.21 1949 Carol Reed
92 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 85.20 96.68 82.77 81.81 1948 John Huston
93 I Am Cuba 85.18 93.60 82.00 83.44 1964 Mikhail Kalatozov
94 The Lives of Others 85.14 89.03 84.12 82.73 2006 Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
95 Witness for the Prosecution 85.13 92.65 83.67 84.99 1957 Billy Wilder
96 Touch of Evil 85.11 95.70 81.36 79.65 1958 Orson Welles
97 WALL-E 85.10 92.09 82.82 82.64 2008 Andrew Stanton
98 Scenes from a Marriage 85.02 86.85 84.80 83.06 1974 Ingmar Bergman
99 To Be or Not to Be 84.99 89.58 82.52 83.39 1942 Ernst Lubitsch
100 A Separation 84.92 94.24 83.34 80.90 2011 Asghar Farhadi
101 The Night of the Hunter 84.91 96.93 81.17 79.06 1955 Charles Laughton
102 Three Colors: Red 84.87 96.78 83.32 80.78 1994 Krzysztof Kieślowski
103 Yojimbo 84.87 91.55 83.85 82.99 1961 Akira Kurosawa
104 Back to the Future 84.85 89.38 84.47 81.94 1985 Robert Zemeckis
105 My Neighbor Totoro 84.84 87.53 83.44 83.17 1988 Hayao Miyazaki
106 In the Mood for Love 84.84 83.87 82.55 81.20 2000 Wong Kar-wai
107 Princess Mononoke 84.83 81.18 85.02 84.24 1999 Hayao Miyazaki
108 Saving Private Ryan 84.82 90.35 83.94 82.50 1998 Steven Spielberg
109 Cinema Paradiso 84.78 82.30 84.73 83.43 1988 Giuseppe Tornatore
110 La Jetée 84.75 89.25 83.27 81.80 1962 Chris Marker
111 The Wages of Fear 84.71 94.60 82.99 82.80 1953 Henri-Georges Clouzot
112 Das Boot 84.68 90.13 83.62 82.71 1981 Wolfgang Petersen
113 Fight Club 84.65 71.18 86.39 84.95 1999 David Fincher
114 Nights of Cabiria 84.64 92.25 82.72 83.13 1957 Federico Fellini
115 La Strada 84.61 92.60 80.79 82.78 1954 Federico Fellini
116 Amadeus 84.53 89.55 82.88 82.59 1984 Miloš Forman
117 Forrest Gump 84.50 76.90 83.06 86.12 1994 Robert Zemeckis
118 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 84.49 90.41 85.03 81.69 2018 Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Bob Persichetti
119 The Lion King 84.45 88.28 77.22 84.09 1994 Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers
120 Inception 84.43 82.07 84.18 84.17 2010 Christopher Nolan
121 Whiplash 84.42 89.53 84.87 81.96 2014 Damien Chazelle
122 The Shop Around the Corner 84.40 94.43 80.85 82.37 1940 Ernst Lubitsch
123 Rififi 84.38 92.00 83.03 81.58 1955 Jules Dassin
124 Umberto D. 84.38 92.63 82.20 81.75 1952 Vittorio De Sica
125 Army of Shadows 84.37 95.30 82.98 80.50 1969 Jean-Pierre Melville
126 Blade Runner 84.34 85.85 82.57 80.29 1982 Ridley Scott
127 Samurai Rebellion 84.33 89.05 82.85 83.84 1967 Masaki Kobayashi
128 Close-Up 84.31 85.70 81.99 80.69 1990 Abbas Kiarostami
129 The Circus 84.29 90.35 81.69 83.14 1928 Charlie Chaplin
130 Raiders of the Lost Ark 84.19 89.33 84.31 80.57 1981 Steven Spielberg
131 Grand Illusion 84.18 95.35 81.85 79.78 1937 Jean Renoir
132 A Clockwork Orange 84.18 82.78 82.37 82.51 1971 Stanley Kubrick
133 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 84.07 89.37 83.36 80.57 2004 Michel Gondry
134 A Woman Under the Influence 84.01 87.40 82.51 80.40 1974 John Cassavetes
135 The Cranes Are Flying 84.00 89.30 82.76 82.40 1957 Mikhail Kalatozov
136 Yi Yi 83.91 91.25 82.48 79.64 2000 Edward Yang
137 To Kill a Mockingbird 83.91 89.13 81.98 82.20 1962 Robert Mulligan
138 The Matrix 83.90 77.78 84.54 83.06 1999 Wachowski Sisters
139 The Sting 83.90 85.73 82.71 83.36 1973 George Roy Hill
140 The Mother and the Whore 83.87 94.55 81.24 79.82 1973 Jean Eustache
141 Se7en 83.86 72.15 84.91 84.48 1995 David Fincher
142 Early Summer 83.85 94.45 82.19 82.01 1951 Yasujirō Ozu
143 Werckmeister Harmonies 83.80 91.73 80.89 81.93 2000 Béla Tarr, Ágnes Hranitzky
144 Coco 83.80 86.21 82.73 83.66 2017 Adrian Molina, Lee Unkrich
145 Toy Story 83.76 95.03 82.30 80.15 1995 John Lasseter
146 It Happened One Night 83.76 90.83 81.46 81.76 1934 Frank Capra
147 Reservoir Dogs 83.74 84.68 83.12 81.99 1992 Quentin Tarantino
148 Unforgiven 83.73 88.55 82.24 81.59 1992 Clint Eastwood
149 The Deer Hunter 83.73 87.68 80.57 82.06 1978 Michael Cimino
150 The Young and the Damned 83.72 87.10 82.58 80.82 1950 Luis Buñuel
151 The Best Years of Our Lives 83.68 92.63 81.19 81.20 1946 William Wyler
152 The Leopard 83.66 97.30 79.56 79.57 1963 Luchino Visconti
153 Time of the Gypsies 83.65 86.05 83.31 82.29 1988 Emir Kusturica
154 Ali: Fear Eats the Soul 83.61 96.70 80.51 79.97 1974 Rainer Werner Fassbinder
155 Raise the Red Lantern 83.57 90.25 82.37 81.81 1991 Zhang Yimou
156 Terminator 2: Judgment Day 83.57 82.00 84.11 81.83 1991 James Cameron
157 The Shining 83.55 75.35 84.08 81.80 1980 Stanley Kubrick
158 Viridiana 83.54 92.95 80.68 80.81 1961 Luis Buñuel
159 Portrait of a Lady on Fire 83.52 93.59 83.08 80.02 2019 Céline Sciamma
160 Greed 83.51 97.05 80.65 80.64 1924 Erich von Stroheim
161 Gone with the Wind 83.48 92.90 80.01 81.68 1939 Victor Fleming
162 There Will Be Blood 83.48 89.65 81.91 79.02 2007 Paul Thomas Anderson
163 L.A. Confidential 83.46 91.63 82.08 80.81 1997 Curtis Hanson
164 Paris, Texas 83.46 83.95 82.89 81.66 1984 Wim Wenders
165 Throne of Blood 83.45 91.30 82.18 81.49 1957 Akira Kurosawa
166 Toy Story 3 83.43 93.55 81.61 80.32 2010 Lee Unkrich
167 Memento 83.43 85.20 83.78 80.76 2000 Christopher Nolan
168 On the Waterfront 83.37 93.00 82.23 79.52 1954 Elia Kazan
169 Trip to the Moon 83.37 94.70 79.96 82.83 1902 Georges Méliès
170 The Rules of the Game 83.33 96.55 80.45 78.02 1939 Jean Renoir
171 Red Beard 83.32 74.15 83.41 83.27 1965 Akira Kurosawa
172 The Grapes of Wrath 83.32 95.45 80.42 80.34 1940 John Ford
173 Au Hasard Balthazar 83.29 98.08 77.93 77.54 1966 Robert Bresson
174 Autumn Sonata 83.29 84.85 83.09 82.66 1978 Ingmar Bergman
175 Annie Hall 83.28 93.18 80.58 80.58 1977 Woody Allen
176 The Conformist 83.27 96.68 79.92 78.58 1970 Bernardo Bertolucci
177 Rocco and His Brothers 83.24 84.73 81.95 81.68 1960 Luchino Visconti
178 Dersu Uzala 83.23 74.75 82.35 83.37 1975 Akira Kurosawa
179 Cool Hand Luke 83.21 93.05 82.22 79.83 1967 Stuart Rosenberg
180 Monty Python and the Holy Grail 83.18 91.98 82.96 79.30 1975 Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones
181 Le Samouraï 83.18 92.35 82.45 79.40 1967 Jean-Pierre Melville
182 Aliens 83.18 88.73 83.29 79.61 1986 James Cameron
183 PlayTime 83.16 93.50 80.22 78.80 1967 Jacques Tati
184 The Bridge on the River Kwai 83.14 90.58 81.93 80.24 1957 David Lean
185 The Red Shoes 83.13 93.15 82.82 79.96 1948 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
186 American Beauty 83.10 87.15 81.93 81.13 1999 Sam Mendes
187 To Live 83.10 84.00 82.16 82.46 1994 Zhang Yimou
188 Battleship Potemkin 83.10 95.85 77.81 80.41 1925 Sergei Eisenstein
189 Day of Wrath 83.09 93.40 81.07 81.29 1943 Carl Theodor Dreyer
190 All Quiet on the Western Front 83.07 92.85 80.05 81.48 1930 Lewis Milestone
191 It's Such a Beautiful Day 83.07 91.25 83.62 79.77 2012 Don Hertzfeldt
192 Full Metal Jacket 83.06 81.53 82.21 82.54 1987 Stanley Kubrick
193 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 83.05 96.40 79.84 81.83 1920 Robert Wiene
194 Kes 83.03 97.80 79.59 80.55 1969 Ken Loach
195 The Usual Suspects 83.02 80.23 84.08 81.48 1995 Bryan Singer
196 The Cameraman 83.00 93.90 80.77 81.57 1928 Edward Segdwick, Buster Keaton
197 Aparajito 83.00 90.90 81.81 81.20 1956 Satyajit Ray
198 The Elephant Man 83.00 83.00 82.10 81.87 1980 David Lynch
199 Rebecca 82.98 90.08 81.08 80.93 1940 Alfred Hitchcock
200 Make Way for Tomorrow 82.97 95.80 81.72 80.14 1937 Leo McCarey
201 The Great Escape 82.97 87.68 82.29 80.66 1963 John Sturges
202 Your Name 82.97 84.55 84.07 81.29 2016 Makoto Shinkai
203 Limelight 82.92 88.00 79.85 83.02 1952 Charlie Chaplin
204 Breathless 82.92 91.95 78.88 79.10 1960 Jean-Luc Godard
205 Underground 82.91 80.75 81.26 82.64 1995 Emir Kusturica
206 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 82.88 91.90 81.08 79.53 1962 John Ford
207 Aguirre: The Wrath of God 82.87 94.55 80.46 78.62 1972 Werner Herzog
208 Oldboy 82.86 78.98 84.00 81.27 2003 Park Chan-wook
209 Up 82.84 90.28 81.32 80.86 2009 Pete Docter
210 Anatomy of a Murder 82.84 94.00 80.57 80.02 1959 Otto Preminger
211 The Wild Bunch 82.84 90.35 79.45 80.12 1969 Sam Peckinpah
212 The Hunt 82.75 82.08 82.79 82.62 2012 Thomas Vinterberg
213 Il Sorpasso 82.74 95.75 82.84 79.57 1962 Dino Risi
214 The Last Laugh 82.74 95.25 79.47 81.61 1924 F. W. Murnau
215 A Streetcar Named Desire 82.73 94.60 79.89 80.26 1951 Elia Kazan
216 Life Is Beautiful 82.73 68.45 83.60 85.57 1997 Roberto Benigni
217 A Short Film About Love 82.71 87.10 81.90 81.89 1988 Krzysztof Kieślowski
218 The Shop on Main Street 82.71 94.45 82.15 80.43 1965 Ján Kadár, Elmar Klos
219 Rio Bravo 82.71 92.10 80.46 79.80 1959 Howard Hawks
220 Roman Holiday 82.70 84.55 80.74 82.42 1953 William Wyler
221 Ivan's Childhood 82.69 94.80 81.25 80.37 1962 Andrei Tarkovsky
222 The Exterminating Angel 82.68 91.10 81.66 80.17 1962 Luis Buñuel
223 Trainspotting 82.68 85.20 81.57 81.21 1996 Danny Boyle
224 The Last Picture Show 82.67 94.15 79.90 79.56 1971 Peter Bogdanovich
225 The Truman Show 82.64 89.63 79.70 82.15 1998 Peter Weir
226 Memories of Murder 82.64 82.88 82.68 80.94 2003 Bong Joon-ho
227 Faust 82.62 89.70 80.23 81.94 1926 F. W. Murnau
228 Sans Soleil 82.62 83.90 79.45 80.51 1983 Chris Marker
229 Song of the Sea 82.57 87.63 80.59 82.23 2014 Tomm Moore
230 Léon: The Professional 82.55 67.38 84.05 84.07 1994 Luc Besson
231 Fargo 82.54 87.45 82.36 79.19 1996 Coen Brothers
232 Solaris 82.54 89.95 80.91 79.69 1972 Andrei Tarkovsky
233 Sweet Smell of Success 82.52 96.53 80.81 77.62 1957 Alexander Mackendrick
234 For a Few Dollars More 82.52 79.28 82.38 83.15 1965 Sergio Leone
235 White Heat 82.51 90.65 80.77 81.24 1949 Raoul Walsh
236 Brief Encounter 82.50 88.35 80.81 81.03 1945 David Lean
237 Wings of Desire 82.49 85.70 81.30 80.42 1987 Wim Wenders
238 Diabolique 82.47 90.70 81.27 80.73 1955 Henri-Georges Clouzot
239 An Autumn Afternoon 82.45 91.95 81.68 79.85 1962 Yasujirō Ozu
240 The Tale of the Princess Kaguya 82.44 90.63 81.16 80.43 2013 Isao Takahata
241 Amarcord 82.41 85.95 79.26 80.73 1973 Federico Fellini
242 Heat 82.40 79.08 82.03 81.73 1995 Michael Mann
243 L'Atalante 82.40 95.60 78.32 78.10 1934 Jean Vigo
244 Django Unchained 82.39 83.44 82.23 81.94 2012 Quentin Tarantino
245 Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels 82.38 95.50 78.73 79.69 1975 Chantal Akerman
246 Kind Hearts and Coronets 82.38 95.60 80.80 79.72 1949 Robert Hamer
247 Dog Day Afternoon 82.37 88.40 81.11 79.80 1975 Sidney Lumet
248 Forbidden Games 82.37 93.75 80.36 80.99 1952 René Clément
249 The Crowd 82.35 93.35 79.21 81.23 1928 King Vidor
250 Notorious 82.35 96.78 79.96 78.21 1946 Alfred Hitchcock
251 Mary and Max 82.35 88.05 80.95 82.42 2009 Adam Elliot
252 Persepolis 82.34 88.95 80.09 80.77 2007 Marjane Satrapi, Vincent Paronnaud
253 Howl's Moving Castle 82.33 78.71 82.63 83.10 2004 Hayao Miyazaki
254 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind 82.33 85.10 81.54 82.03 1984 Hayao Miyazaki
255 Safety Last! 82.33 92.25 80.95 81.10 1923 Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
256 Rosemary's Baby 82.32 94.78 79.99 78.69 1968 Roman Polanski
257 L'Avventura 82.32 92.10 79.08 78.03 1960 Michelangelo Antonioni
258 The Searchers 82.32 93.90 78.16 76.66 1956 John Ford
259 La Haine 82.30 90.60 82.38 79.56 1995 Mathieu Kassovitz
260 Three Colors: Blue 82.30 88.28 81.55 79.23 1993 Krzysztof Kieślowski
261 Chungking Express 82.30 79.95 82.29 80.73 1994 Wong Kar-wai
262 Inside Out 82.29 93.66 80.27 79.85 2015 Pete Docter
263 Where is the Friend's Home? 82.28 89.25 81.22 80.21 1987 Abbas Kiarostami
264 Cries and Whispers 82.27 85.45 81.02 80.80 1972 Ingmar Bergman
265 Napoleon 82.22 93.25 81.89 78.99 1927 Abel Gance
266 Paper Moon 82.19 83.08 81.37 81.29 1973 Peter Bogdanovich
267 The Spirit of the Beehive 82.17 89.83 79.31 78.91 1973 Víctor Erice
268 A Special Day 82.16 90.20 81.11 81.25 1977 Ettore Scola
269 Nostalghia 82.15 83.00 80.91 81.23 1983 Andrei Tarkovsky
270 Network 82.13 85.45 82.36 79.08 1976 Sidney Lumet
271 L'Eclisse 82.11 84.70 79.78 78.81 1962 Michelangelo Antonioni
272 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 82.09 80.83 81.78 81.15 1939 Frank Capra
273 Sanjuro 82.09 91.90 81.67 80.85 1962 Akira Kurosawa
274 Badlands 82.06 93.38 79.77 77.21 1973 Terrence Malick
275 Vivre Sa Vie 82.06 85.20 80.12 79.83 1962 Jean-Luc Godard
276 Nobody Knows 82.06 87.18 81.12 81.15 2004 Hirokazu Koreeda
277 No Country for Old Men 82.05 90.68 80.56 78.47 2007 Coen Brothers
278 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring 82.05 86.05 80.76 80.62 2003 Kim Ki-duk
279 La Notte 82.04 78.35 81.45 81.11 1961 Michelangelo Antonioni
280 The Celebration 82.04 84.23 81.34 80.08 1998 Thomas Vinterberg
281 In the Name of the Father 82.04 84.90 81.14 81.85 1993 Jim Sheridan
282 I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang 82.02 89.55 80.18 81.56 1932 Mervyn LeRoy
283 Shoplifters 82.01 92.39 80.60 79.31 2018 Hirokazu Koreeda
284 Finding Nemo 82.01 92.60 80.13 78.76 2003 Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich
285 Z 81.98 87.55 82.21 79.59 1969 Costa-Gavras
286 The Phantom Carriage 81.96 95.00 80.01 80.32 1921 Victor Sjöström
287 Manhattan 81.95 86.23 80.50 79.81 1979 Woody Allen
288 Rome, Open City 81.94 95.40 80.45 79.27 1945 Robert Rossellini
289 Children of Heaven 81.93 80.15 81.24 82.01 1997 Majid Majidi
290 The Green Mile 81.92 71.93 82.95 84.38 1999 Frank Darabont
291 The Iron Giant 81.91 86.61 80.88 79.95 1999 Brad Bird
292 The Sacrifice 81.90 80.30 80.47 81.37 1986 Andrei Tarkovsky
293 The Philadelphia Story 81.90 94.95 79.79 77.86 1940 George Cukor
294 The Twilight Samurai 81.90 86.10 81.07 81.13 2002 Yôji Yamada
295 Before Sunset 81.88 87.79 81.42 78.41 2004 Richard Linklater
296 Before Sunrise 81.86 84.40 82.24 79.44 1995 Richard Linklater
297 Castle in the Sky 81.85 81.63 81.49 82.06 1986 Hayao Miyazaki
298 The Departed 81.84 86.92 82.82 79.04 2006 Martin Scorsese
299 Brazil 81.83 90.23 80.61 78.37 1985 Terry Gilliam
300 Incendies 81.81 83.85 81.88 80.74 2011 Denis Villenueve
301 The Maltese Falcon 81.81 95.65 80.24 77.28 1941 John Huston
302 The Wizard of Oz 81.77 98.03 79.38 77.17 1939 Victor Fleming
303 Le Cercle Rouge 81.76 90.03 80.81 78.54 1970 Jean-Pierre Melville
304 Monsieur Verdoux 81.76 89.80 78.55 81.34 1947 Charlie Chaplin
305 The Return 81.72 84.85 80.02 80.96 2003 Andrey Zvyagintsev
306 Secrets & Lies 81.71 90.73 80.29 78.66 1996 Mike Leigh
307 The Hidden Fortress 81.70 91.25 80.79 80.72 1958 Akira Kurosawa
308 Pan's Labyrinth 81.69 92.59 81.60 76.08 2006 Guillermo del Toro
309 Amélie 81.69 79.64 81.96 80.27 2004 Jean-Pierre Jeunet
310 Ben-Hur 81.67 86.93 79.86 80.22 1959 William Wyler
311 Fitzcarraldo 81.67 75.80 81.06 81.21 1982 Werner Herzog
312 American History X 81.63 70.13 83.58 83.00 1998 Tony Kaye
313 Ace in the Hole 81.62 79.10 80.88 81.36 1951 Billy Wilder
314 Capernaum 81.62 81.83 80.52 82.18 2018 Nadine Labaki
315 Still Walking 81.61 90.30 80.92 79.48 2008 Hirokazu Koreeda
316 All About My Mother 81.61 88.77 79.56 78.80 1999 Pedro Almodóvar
317 The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie 81.60 92.28 78.82 78.83 1972 Luis Buñuel
318 Platoon 81.60 88.70 79.52 80.45 1986 Oliver Stone
319 Farewell My Concubine 81.60 80.50 80.49 81.04 1993 Chen Kaige
320 Letter from an Unknown Woman 81.59 93.10 79.84 79.31 1948 Max Ophüls
321 The Grand Budapest Hotel 81.58 87.64 80.72 79.19 2014 Wes Anderson
322 The Virgin Spring 81.58 82.45 80.70 80.66 1960 Ingmar Bergman
323 The Red Balloon 81.57 90.20 79.93 80.30 1956 Albert Lamorisse
324 Stagecoach 81.57 94.58 77.69 78.94 1939 John Ford
325 Mulholland Drive 81.56 80.61 79.60 77.87 2001 David Lynch
326 A Matter of Life and Death 81.49 92.60 81.91 76.27 1946 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
327 High Noon 81.48 90.58 79.27 78.94 1952 Fred Zinnemann
328 Orpheus 81.48 96.20 79.88 78.90 1950 Jean Cocteau
329 Life of Brian 81.47 82.98 80.78 79.81 1979 Terry Jones
330 Casino 81.46 74.23 81.54 81.75 1995 Martin Scorsese
331 Kagemusha 81.44 82.93 80.01 80.43 1980 Akira Kurosawa
332 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 81.43 76.08 80.53 81.85 1969 George Roy Hill
333 In a Lonely Place 81.43 92.45 80.42 78.77 1950 Nicholas Ray
334 Scarface 81.43 71.30 81.97 82.18 1983 Brian De Palma
335 A Short Film About Killing 81.42 87.35 79.89 80.38 1988 Krzysztof Kieślowski
336 Beauty and the Beast 81.41 92.05 79.28 78.32 1946 Jean Cocteau
337 The Hustler 81.39 92.45 80.43 78.97 1961 Robert Rossen
338 Cléo from 5 to 7 81.38 91.65 80.03 79.11 1962 Agnès Varda
339 Fireworks 81.37 90.15 80.01 79.63 1997 Takeshi Kitano
340 Room 81.36 88.41 80.43 79.48 2015 Lenny Abrahamson
341 Mad Max: Fury Road 81.35 90.39 79.76 77.80 2015 George Miller
342 Steamboat Bill, Jr. 81.32 95.75 79.30 79.23 1928 Charles Reisner, Buster Keaton
343 Judgment at Nuremberg 81.31 71.58 82.24 83.03 1961 Stanley Kramer
344 The Straight Story 81.30 87.15 79.64 79.88 1999 David Lynch
345 Meshes of the Afternoon 81.29 96.25 77.91 79.99 1943 Maya Deren, Alexandr Hackenschmied
346 Alice in the Cities 81.28 86.70 79.60 80.20 1974 Wim Wenders
347 Akira 81.28 80.90 81.12 79.98 1988 Katsuhiro Otomo
348 Good Will Hunting 81.27 79.38 81.97 81.05 1997 Gus Van Sant
349 The Miracle Worker 81.25 85.15 78.88 81.55 1962 Arthur Penn
350 Talk to Her 81.25 87.48 79.33 78.71 2002 Pedro Almodóvar
351 The Graduate 81.24 85.58 78.91 79.97 1967 Mike Nichols
352 Beauty and the Beast 81.22 92.28 79.20 78.77 1991 Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise
353 The Heiress 81.19 94.45 80.20 79.76 1949 William Wyler
354 Fantasia 81.18 93.03 76.76 79.95 1940 Samuel Armstrong, James Algar
355 Au Revoir les Enfants 81.18 94.25 80.14 78.92 1987 Louis Malle
356 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 81.18 88.62 79.36 79.90 2017 Martin McDonagh
357 Inglourious Basterds 81.17 79.05 81.06 80.51 2009 Quentin Tarantino
358 Elevator to the Gallows 81.16 90.45 79.31 78.56 1958 Louis Malle
359 Gladiator 81.16 75.39 81.69 81.52 2000 Ridley Scott
360 Through a Glass Darkly 81.15 93.60 81.11 78.86 1961 Ingmar Bergman
361 Million Dollar Baby 81.15 87.41 77.43 80.72 2004 Clint Eastwood
362 Days of Heaven 81.15 90.75 80.19 77.08 1978 Terrence Malick
363 Do the Right Thing 81.15 90.78 80.26 77.04 1989 Spike Lee
364 Out of the Past 81.14 91.40 80.73 77.92 1947 Jacques Tourneur
365 Strangers on a Train 81.11 93.30 80.01 78.68 1951 Alfred Hitchcock
366 Blue Velvet 81.11 83.48 78.98 77.09 1986 David Lynch
367 That Obscure Object of Desire 81.09 89.40 79.59 78.11 1977 Luis Buñuel
368 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 81.08 80.23 80.74 80.75 1962 Robert Aldrich
369 My Night at Maud's 81.07 88.15 79.51 79.42 1969 Éric Rohmer
370 The Earrings of Madame de… 81.07 92.15 80.36 77.05 1953 Max Ophüls
371 The Conversation 81.04 89.23 80.03 77.44 1974 Francis Ford Coppola
372 The Killing 81.03 91.50 79.51 79.21 1956 Stanley Kubrick
373 The Servant 81.03 87.83 79.45 78.57 1963 Joseph Losey
374 The Intouchables 81.03 67.15 82.13 84.70 2011 Olivier Nakache, Éric Toledano
375 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp 81.01 94.15 81.57 75.44 1943 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
376 Jaws 81.01 90.98 79.91 75.70 1975 Steven Spielberg
377 Winter Light 81.01 73.55 81.51 79.95 1963 Ingmar Bergman
378 Love Exposure 81.01 80.88 82.23 79.55 2008 Sion Sono
379 Hiroshima Mon Amour 81.00 92.95 80.13 77.99 1959 Alain Resnais
380 Day for Night 80.98 92.55 80.21 78.27 1973 François Truffaut
381 Ratatouille 80.97 92.73 78.72 78.68 2007 Brad Bird
382 Ghost in the Shell 80.97 81.43 79.98 81.15 1995 Mamoru Oshii
383 Germany Year Zero 80.95 92.00 77.80 80.03 1948 Roberto Rossellini
384 Spotlight 80.93 93.00 79.75 77.55 2015 Tom McCarthy
385 Die Hard 80.93 79.58 81.11 79.43 1988 John McTiernan
386 Laura 80.93 93.80 79.70 78.47 1944 Otto Preminger
387 Sleuth 80.93 89.95 79.16 80.87 1972 Joseph L. Mankiewicz
388 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly 80.92 88.64 79.69 77.84 2007 Julian Schnabel
389 The Handmaiden 80.92 85.99 82.55 77.41 2016 Park Chan-wook
390 Stand by Me 80.90 80.20 81.28 79.54 1986 Rob Reiner
391 Wolf Children 80.90 80.15 80.40 81.27 2012 Mamoru Hosoda
392 Marriage Story 80.88 92.86 79.40 77.75 2019 Noam Baumbach
393 Shoeshine 80.87 93.75 79.02 79.38 1946 Vittorio De Sica
394 Freaks 80.85 84.70 77.66 80.31 1932 Tod Browning
395 Nosferatu 80.85 93.75 78.29 79.14 1922 F. W. Murnau
396 Dial M for Murder 80.84 77.60 81.17 81.31 1954 Alfred Hitchcock
397 Amour 80.81 90.90 77.74 78.19 2012 Michael Haneke
398 12 Years a Slave 80.80 94.00 79.74 76.94 2013 Steve McQueen
399 The Nightmare Before Christmas 80.77 85.38 79.26 79.69 1993 Henry Selick
400 Cabaret 80.77 84.68 77.34 80.69 1972 Bob Fosse
401 Central Station 80.77 83.28 80.91 78.52 1998 Walter Salles
402 Landscape in the Mist 80.74 71.35 80.76 80.28 1988 Theo Angelopoulos
403 1917 80.73 84.37 80.65 79.33 2019 Sam Mendes
404 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages 80.71 93.98 75.69 78.01 1916 D. W. Griffith
405 Call Me by Your Name 80.71 91.25 79.43 77.87 2017 Luca Guadagnino
406 Midnight Cowboy 80.71 82.98 79.10 79.50 1969 John Schlesinger
407 Shadow of a Doubt 80.70 94.38 79.31 76.04 1943 Alfred Hitchcock
408 Interstellar 80.70 74.16 81.30 82.25 2014 Christopher Nolan
409 Hannah and Her Sisters 80.69 88.95 79.15 77.98 1986 Woody Allen
410 Monsters, Inc. 80.68 85.29 79.37 80.08 2001 Pete Docter, David Silverman
411 The Testament of Dr. Mabuse 80.65 85.85 79.40 79.38 1933 Fritz Lang
412 Downfall 80.64 83.53 81.54 78.55 2004 Oliver Hirschbiegel
413 Being There 80.64 87.30 79.42 78.06 1979 Hal Ashby
414 The Killer 80.63 92.60 79.27 78.66 1989 John Woo
415 My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown 80.63 93.23 78.13 79.15 1989 Jim Sheridan
416 Jean de Florette 80.60 88.40 80.18 79.69 1986 Claude Berri
417 The Big Lebowski 80.57 74.80 82.28 78.57 1998 Coen Brothers
418 The King's Speech 80.57 90.86 78.50 78.59 2010 Tom Hooper
419 Whisper of the Heart 80.55 79.98 80.80 80.31 1995 Yoshifumi Kondō
420 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 80.54 93.08 77.22 77.82 1982 Steven Spielberg
421 Infernal Affairs 80.54 79.83 79.92 80.22 2002 Andrew Lau, Alan Mak
422 The Prestige 80.54 72.22 82.71 81.38 2006 Christopher Nolan
423 Our Hospitality 80.54 92.85 77.72 79.58 1923 Buster Keaton, John G. Blystone
424 Zootopia 80.53 85.22 78.84 80.18 2016 Byron Howard, Rich Moore
425 Toy Story 2 80.49 92.59 78.51 77.05 1999 John Lasseter, Ash Brannon, Lee Unkrich
426 Klaus 80.48 75.00 81.07 81.41 2019 Sergio Pablos
427 The Big Sleep 80.45 92.10 79.74 77.58 1946 Howard Hawks
428 Ford v Ferrari 80.45 83.94 79.37 80.01 2019 James Mangold
429 Dead Poets Society 80.44 78.70 79.43 80.75 1989 Peter Weir
430 The Terminator 80.43 89.08 78.26 78.13 1984 James Cameron
431 Naked 80.43 84.48 80.39 77.34 1993 Mike Leigh
432 Dangal 80.41 83.00 79.68 80.56 2016 Nitesh Tiwari
433 Kwaidan 80.40 81.80 79.75 79.42 1964 Masaki Kobayashi
434 The Man Who Would Be King 80.40 90.55 78.24 77.79 1975 John Huston
435 Wild Tales 80.38 82.57 80.48 79.22 2014 Damián Szifron
436 Groundhog Day 80.38 80.08 79.31 79.35 1993 Harold Ramis
437 Catch Me If You Can 80.38 83.44 78.74 80.57 2002 Steven Spielberg
438 I Vitelloni 80.36 90.28 77.64 78.06 1953 Federico Fellini
439 The Big Heat 80.35 92.90 79.27 77.87 1953 Fritz Lang
440 The Double Life of Véronique 80.35 82.63 80.19 77.87 1991 Krzysztof Kieślowski
441 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 80.35 82.58 80.19 78.43 1966 Mike Nichols
442 Requiem for a Dream 80.33 71.39 81.39 80.93 2000 Darren Aronofsky
443 Rope 80.33 79.20 80.31 79.30 1948 Alfred Hitchcock
444 Love and Death 80.33 89.83 77.55 78.50 1975 Woody Allen
445 The Remains of the Day 80.29 86.88 78.75 78.80 1993 James Ivory
446 Jules and Jim 80.28 93.70 78.30 77.94 1962 François Truffaut
447 The Gospel According to Matthew 80.28 88.30 76.50 78.52 1964 Pier Paolo Pasolini
448 How to Train Your Dragon 80.27 81.97 79.45 80.24 2010 Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois
449 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 80.27 88.50 78.81 78.53 2011 David Yates
450 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 80.26 87.05 79.46 79.79 1958 Richard Brooks
451 The French Connection 80.26 93.35 78.04 76.89 1971 William Friedkin
452 Opening Night 80.25 78.05 80.50 79.25 1977 John Cassavetes
453 Hotel Rwanda 80.24 84.54 79.34 79.40 2004 Terry George
454 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days 80.22 92.51 77.76 76.22 2007 Cristian Mungiu
455 Tampopo 80.22 92.40 81.20 77.01 1985 Juzo Itami
456 Scarface 80.22 93.50 76.43 79.55 1932 Howard Hawks, Howard Hughes
457 The Face of Another 80.21 87.50 79.61 79.34 1966 Hiroshi Teshigahara
458 The Roaring Twenties 80.21 86.20 77.79 80.68 1939 Raoul Walsh
459 Pickpocket 80.20 93.80 76.41 76.47 1959 Robert Bresson
460 Kiki's Delivery Service 80.20 85.45 79.87 78.84 1989 Hayao Miyazaki
461 A Prophet 80.19 89.61 79.53 76.14 2009 Jacques Audiard
462 Zelig 80.19 90.00 76.50 80.29 1983 Woody Allen
463 Trouble in Paradise 80.18 88.20 79.35 77.62 1932 Ernst Lubitsch
464 Gran Torino 80.17 76.27 78.57 82.36 2008 Clint Eastwood
465 Last Year at Marienbad 80.16 88.25 78.29 77.37 1961 Alain Resnais
466 All the President's Men 80.15 85.95 80.48 76.46 1976 Alan J. Pakula
467 Breaking the Waves 80.15 79.85 78.46 79.55 1996 Lars von Trier
468 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 80.14 74.28 81.44 80.57 1989 Steven Spielberg
469 Divorce Italian Style 80.12 91.00 79.28 78.26 1961 Pietro Germi
470 Edward Scissorhands 80.12 78.65 78.09 80.73 1990 Tim Burton
471 The Thing 80.12 67.98 82.60 79.34 1982 John Carpenter
472 Perfect Blue 80.11 74.05 80.91 80.09 1997 Satoshi Kon
473 Down by Law 80.10 79.03 78.98 79.61 1986 Jim Jarmusch
474 Bringing Up Baby 80.10 90.75 78.25 76.45 1938 Howard Hawks
475 The Phantom of Liberty 80.09 85.10 78.89 78.66 1974 Luis Buñuel
476 Bonnie and Clyde 80.07 85.38 78.16 78.23 1967 Arthur Penn
477 The Incredibles 80.07 89.69 79.77 75.78 2004 Brad Bird
478 Rocky 80.04 79.73 79.17 79.29 1976 John G. Avildsen
479 His Girl Friday 80.03 94.15 79.24 76.72 1940 Howard Hawks
480 Mommy 80.03 80.79 80.39 79.13 2014 Xavier Dolan
481 Mon Oncle 80.03 88.00 78.03 78.76 1958 Jacques Tati
482 My Fair Lady 79.99 91.85 77.53 78.00 1964 George Cukor
483 Charade 79.98 85.55 79.37 78.72 1963 Stanley Donen
484 Stalag 17 79.95 87.13 79.62 77.79 1953 Billy Wilder
485 Boyhood 79.95 97.08 76.08 75.95 2014 Richard Linklater
486 The Secret in Their Eyes 79.95 82.49 81.27 77.67 2009 Juan José Campanella
487 Ninotchka 79.95 90.15 77.99 78.50 1939 Ernst Lubitsch
488 Pierrot le Fou 79.94 81.75 77.84 76.65 1965 Jean-Luc Godard
489 The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser 79.94 89.10 78.30 78.27 1974 Werner Herzog
490 Stroszek 79.94 88.40 79.50 77.77 1977 Werner Herzog
491 A Hard Day's Night 79.93 93.73 76.82 77.08 1964 Richard Lester
492 Onibaba 79.90 74.75 79.42 79.96 1964 Kaneto Shindo
493 Repulsion 79.85 92.68 77.29 76.57 1965 Roman Polanski
494 Like Stars on Earth 79.85 80.50 79.54 79.86 2007 Aamir Khan, Amole Gupte
495 Duck Soup 79.84 92.33 79.01 74.92 1933 Leo McCarey
496 Carlito's Way 79.83 70.28 79.16 82.01 1993 Brian De Palma
497 Nashville 79.82 93.23 76.89 74.92 1975 Robert Altman
498 The Triplets of Belleville 79.82 88.97 76.57 78.66 2003 Sylvain Chomet
499 Dr. Mabuse the Gambler 79.81 85.10 76.88 79.98 1922 Fritz Lang
500 Gone Girl 79.79 83.03 79.32 78.87 2014 David Fincher
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