Ben Wheatley Films Ranked - Ben Wheatley is one of the most prolific and distinctive British filmmakers of recent years. Here are his 10 feature films ranked from worst to best. List by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Christopher Nolan Films Ranked - All 12 Christopher Nolan films ranked from worst to best. This list includes 'Following', the 'Dark Knight Trilogy', and modern classics 'Inception' and 'Oppenheimer'. By Joseph Wade.
James Ponsoldt Movies Ranked - James Ponsoldt movies ranked worst to best. Each film, from his stirring debut 'Off the Black' to 'Summering' via 'Smashed', 'The Circle' and more, ranked. Article by Joseph Wade.
Joe Wright Movies Ranked - Every feature film directed by British movie director Joe Wright ranked from worst to best. List includes 'Darkest Hour' and 'Atonement'. Article by Margaret Roarty.
Peter Weir Films Ranked - All 13 feature films directed by Australian filmmaker Peter Weir ranked from worst to best in terms of quality, reception and longevity. List includes 'The Truman Show'. Article by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Paul Verhoeven Films Ranked - All 16 Paul Verhoeven movies ranked from worst to best. List includes all Dutch, Hollywood and European films, including 'Soldier of Orange', 'Robocop' and 'Elle'. List by Sam Sewell-Peterson.
Mission: Impossible Movies Ranked - Every Mission: Impossible movie starring Tom Cruise, from the Brian De Palma film to Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One, ranked from worst to best by Joseph Wade.
Indiana Jones Movies Ranked - All five Indiana Jones movies released between 1981 and 2023, from Raiders of the Lost Ark to Dial of Destiny, starring Harrison Ford, Ranked (from worst to best) by Joseph Wade.
Wes Anderson Movies Ranked - All 11 feature films directed by Wes Anderson ranked worst to best. List includes 'Rushmore', 'The Grand Budapest Hotel', 'Asteroid City' and more. Article by Martha Lane.
Bob Fosse Films Ranked - The five feature films of stage and screen director Bob Fosse ranked from worst to best. List includes 'Sweet Charity', 'Cabaret' and 'All That Jazz'. Article by Sam Sewell-Peterson.