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Landslide - An overwhelming election victory. For the brilliant films.
Majority Government - A government with an absolute majority of seats. For the very good/great films.
Minority Government - A government that leads without a majority. For the average to good films.
Fringe Party - A party with small, insignificant support. For the poor films
Lost the Deposit - Less than 5% of the vote, an embarrassing defeat. For the terrible films
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Lego Movie
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Inside Llewyn Davis
Minister for Foreign Affairs: Arnaud Trouvé
2013 Cannes Coverage
European Film Awards 2012
(50) Films of Summer
2012 Cannes Coverage
2011 César Coverage
2011 Cannes Coverage
A big thanks to our Minister for History, Leonhard Balk, for coming up with this idea. As you may have heard, Sight & Sound recently released their top ten films of all time lists by directors and critics, released every decade. This year’s list was particularly significant as Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo finally dethroned Citizen Kane. Now, us Movie Parliament ministers will release our own personal top tens and comment on the lists provided by Sight & Sound.
Read it here
Kick-Ass 2, Violence and an Open Address to Jim Carrey
Sundance 2013: The titles to look out for
Most Recent -
Cult Movies of 2012
Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans
The Maltese Falcon
The Passion of Joan of Arc
The History of 007
Movie Parliament Prime Minister, Michael Dalton's Top 50 Movies of the Decade (2000-2009)
See Movie Parliament Prime Minister, Michael Dalton's top ten films of 2012 here
Films NOT in the top ten:
The Amazing Spider-Man
The Hunger Games
Find out what WAS in the top ten by clicking here
Vote in the biggest and most democratic movie awards around, the Movie Parliament Awards!
Check out this year's nominations and vote for the winners here
Features - Horror Month
October was the scariest month of the year and in celebration of Halloween, Movie Parliament unveiled a horror section. Below see the scariest scenes and films of all time. View the full section by clicking here.
THE SCARIEST SCENES OF ALL TIME!
TOP FIVE HORROR FILMS OF ALL TIME!
Real Life Figures as Movie Characters
Most Recent- Premier League Managers as Star Wars Characters