These are movies that have fewer than 5,000 votes by audience members, but at least 25 votes from critics. These movies are then filtered so that only the ones that have at least 85 percent of critics enjoying the movie are shown.

As you'll notice a lot of the following recommendations are documentaries and art house films. If you'd like to read a list that excludes these genres, check out the filtered great unknown list.

Gleason (2016) 

96% of critics love it, but only 2,300 people have rated it.

Gleason stands out among sports-themed documentaries by offering a clear-eyed look at its subject's physical deterioration -- and an intimate portrait of the family affected by his ordeal.



For the Love of Spock (2016) 

100% of critics love it, but only 1,400 people have rated it.

And the timing seemed right, as the 50th anniversary of Star Trek the original series was not that far away.



Blue Jay (2016) 

92% of critics love it, but only 2,700 people have rated it.

Amanda is visiting her pregnant sister.



Sieranevada (2016) 

93% of critics love it, but only 800 people have rated it.

Sieranevada targets a narrow viewing demographic, but hits its targets with intelligence, humor, and patient craft.



Neruda (2016) 

95% of critics love it, but only 3,400 people have rated it.

Inventive, intelligent, and beautifully filmed, Neruda transcends the traditional biopic structure to look at the meaning beyond the details of its subject's life.



Tower (2016) 

100% of critics love it, but only 1,100 people have rated it.

Tower probes into a painful chapter of American history with sensitivity and grace -- and revisits its events from a valuable new perspective.



Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds (2016) 

100% of critics love it, but only 1,100 people have rated it.

Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds is a touching, bittersweet, and ultimately charming love story that serves as a poignantly effective tribute to the strangely complicated, uniquely resilient mother/daughter duo.



Zero Days (2016) 

90% of critics love it, but only 3,400 people have rated it.

Factors beyond Gibney's control prevent Zero Days from offering a comprehensive look at its subject, but the partial picture that emerges remains as frightening as it is impossible to ignore.



Human Cake (2016) 

80% of critics love it, but only 2,400 people have rated it.

Part character study, part socioeconomic fable, Human Capital offers trenchant commentary as well as absorbing drama.



Ma vie de Courgette (2016) 

100% of critics love it, but only 1,900 people have rated it.

My Life as a Zucchini's silly title and adorable characters belie a sober story whose colorful visuals delight the senses even as it braves dark emotional depths.



Life, Animated (2016) 

93% of critics love it, but only 2,900 people have rated it.

Life, Animated offers a heartwarming look at one family's journey, and a fascinating message that's more than enough to outweigh its unanswered questions.



Sherpa (2015) 

97% of critics love it, but only 1,300 people have rated it.

A brawl on Everest?



Tab Hunter Confidential (2015) 

87% of critics love it, but only 1,400 people have rated it.

Tab Hunter Confidential offers clear-eyed perspective on a less-examined chapter from Hollywood's past -- and an enjoyable look at the life of a retired former heartthrob.



De Palma (2015) 

95% of critics love it, but only 1,800 people have rated it.

De Palma may not make believers out of the director's detractors, but they'll likely share longtime fans' fascination with his career's worth of entertaining stories.



Listen to Me Marlon (2015) 

96% of critics love it, but only 3,800 people have rated it.

Listen to Me Marlon offers a fascinating look at the inner life of a Hollywood icon, told in his own words.



The Hunting Ground (2015) 

93% of critics love it, but only 3,600 people have rated it.

The Hunting Ground isn't director Kirby Dick's strongest work as a filmmaker, but the movie's powerful message more than trumps any technical weaknesses.



Aferim! (2015) 

97% of critics love it, but only 2,700 people have rated it.

Smart, visually arresting, and scathingly funny, Aferim! depicts a world that many American filmgoers have never seen -- but will still, in many respects, find utterly familiar.



Merchants of Doubt (2014) 

85% of critics love it, but only 2,900 people have rated it.

Merchants of Doubt is a thought-provoking documentary assembled with energy and style, even if it doesn't dig as deep as it could.



Apur Panchali (2014) 

95% of critics love it, but only 1,700 people have rated it.

Jafar Panahi's Taxi offers another round of trenchant societal commentary from a director whose entire filmography stands as a daring act of dissent.



Alive Inside (2014) 

73% of critics love it, but only 1,600 people have rated it.

It's somewhat clumsily expressed, but Alive Inside offers such an uplifting message that it's ultimately hard to resist.



Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me (2014) 

100% of critics love it, but only 2,500 people have rated it.

The heartrendingly honest Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me offers a window into Alzheimer's that should prove powerful viewing for Campbell fans and novices alike.



Court (2014) 

100% of critics love it, but only 1,300 people have rated it.

Court takes a penetrating, timely look at issues facing Indian society while serving as an excellent calling card for debuting writer-director Chaitanya Tamhane.



Lilting (2014) 

82% of critics love it, but only 3,300 people have rated it.

Skillfully weaving multiple delicate tonal strands into a quietly affecting whole, Lilting serves as a thoroughly compelling calling card for writer-director Hong Khaou.



Next Goal Wins (2014) 

100% of critics love it, but only 1,200 people have rated it.

AGAINST THIS BACKDROP OF SERIAL UNDERACHIEVEMENT, THE TEAM FACE THE DAUNTING PROSPECT OF A QUALIFICATION CAMPAIGN FOR THE UPCOMING 2014 WORLD CUP IN BRAZIL.



Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films (2014) 

92% of critics love it, but only 2,100 people have rated it.

Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films pays tribute to the titular studio with an affectionate look back that's arguably more entertaining than much of Cannon's own B-movie product.



The Overnighters (2014) 

98% of critics love it, but only 2,300 people have rated it.

Hard-hitting, absorbing, and painfully relevant, The Overnighters offers an urgent and compassionate picture of life in 21st century America.



The Seven Five (2014) 

84% of critics love it, but only 1,900 people have rated it.

Meet the dirtiest cop in New York City history.



I Am Divine (2013) 

96% of critics love it, but only 2,300 people have rated it.

With warmth and affection, I Am Divine offers an engaging portrait of the complex personality behind a trailblazing cinematic figure.



Mistaken for Strangers (2013) 

91% of critics love it, but only 3,200 people have rated it.

A suitably complicated look at fraternal bonds, Mistaken for Strangers offers more depth and insight than the usual tour documentary.



The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete (2013) 

91% of critics love it, but only 4,500 people have rated it.

It's summer in New York City, and 14-year-old Mister (Skylan Brooks) is hungry.



The Punk Singer (2013) 

88% of critics love it, but only 2,800 people have rated it.

It verges on hagiography, but given the deeply compelling nature of its subject's story, The Punk Singer can be forgiven its lack of objectivity.



Muscle Shoals (2013) 

96% of critics love it, but only 3,900 people have rated it.

Essential for soul fans and entertaining for novices, Muscle Shoals offers a compelling, warts-and-all glimpse at one of the most fascinating stories in modern American music.



Terms and Conditions May Apply (2013) 

85% of critics love it, but only 4,000 people have rated it.

Admit it: you don't really read the endless terms and conditions connected to every website you visit, phone call you make or app you download.



The Crash Reel (2013) 

95% of critics love it, but only 3,100 people have rated it.

Smart, compassionate, and moving, The Crash Reel uses the familiar sport-doc formula to subvert expectations and ask challenging questions about ambition and achievement.



Ilo Ilo (2013) 

100% of critics love it, but only 3,300 people have rated it.

Quietly compassionate and rich in detail, Ilo Ilo is a strikingly mature debut from writer-director Anthony Chen.



Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia (2013) 

80% of critics love it, but only 700 people have rated it.

Gore Vidal's professional life spans more than 50 years of American politics and letters.



Cutie and the Boxer (2013) 

95% of critics love it, but only 4,100 people have rated it.

A beautifully-made documentary that explores the challenges and richness of both marriage and art through the lens of a fascinating and complex couple.



Let the Fire Burn (2013) 

97% of critics love it, but only 900 people have rated it.

Smartly edited and heartbreakingly compelling, Let the Fire Burn uses archival footage to uncover a troubling -- and still deeply resonant -- chapter in American history.



Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present (2012) 

95% of critics love it, but only 3,600 people have rated it.

Seductive, fearless, and outrageous, Marina Abramovic has been redefining what art is for nearly forty years.



Good Vibrations (2012) 

93% of critics love it, but only 2,300 people have rated it.

Directors Lisa Barros D'Sa and Glenn Leyburn team to tell the true story of Terri Hooley, the rebellious Belfast music lover who launched his own record label, dubbed "Good Vibrations," in the 1970s, and quickly emerged as a key figure in the Irish capitol's thriving underground punk scene.



Beware of Mr. Baker (2012) 

97% of critics love it, but only 3,000 people have rated it.

Free of the hagiographic overtones that dog many documentary profiles, Beware of Mr. Baker presents a clear-eyed, thoroughly gripping look at one of rock's greatest -- and most personally problematic -- musicians.



Elena (2012) 

93% of critics love it, but only 1,800 people have rated it.

Winner of Cannes' Un Certain Regard Special Jury Prize, Elena is a gripping, modern twist on the classic noir thriller.



The Other Dream Team (2012) 

87% of critics love it, but only 2,400 people have rated it.

Led by the unique skills of Sarunas Marciulionis and Arvydas Sabonis, the 1992 Lithuanian Olympic basketball team helped their country break free from the shackles of Communism.



More Than Honey (2012) 

100% of critics love it, but only 2,700 people have rated it.

MORE THAN HONEY, a new documentary by the Swiss filmmaker Marcus Imhoof, is looking into the fascinating world of bees, showing small family beekeepers (including the beekeeper of ERSTE Foundation beehive, Heidrun Singer) and industrialized honey farms.



Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God (2012) 

97% of critics love it, but only 2,500 people have rated it.

In MEA MAXIMA CULPA: SILENCE IN THE HOUSE OF GOD, Oscar (R)-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney examines the abuse of power in the Catholic Church through the story of four courageous deaf men, who in the first known case of public protest, set out to expose the priest who abused them.



The History of Future Folk (2012) 

93% of critics love it, but only 1,700 people have rated it.

High on quirky smarts and low on splashy special effects, The History of Future Folk is an unusual -- and unusually fun -- slice of sci-fi.



Buck (2011) 

88% of critics love it, but only 3,800 people have rated it.

So says Buck Brannaman, a true American cowboy and sage on horseback who travels the country for nine grueling months a year helping horses with people problems.



The Ambassador (2011) 

75% of critics love it, but only 2,000 people have rated it.

As he immerses himself in the life-threatening underworld of nefarious bureaucrats, Brugger encounters blood diamond smuggling, bribery, and even murder -- while somehow managing to crack amazing razor-sharp barbs at every step along the way.



Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest (2011) 

89% of critics love it, but only 3,400 people have rated it.

This documentary focuses less on the music and more on the personality clashes and in-group tensions to great, compelling effect.



Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel (2011) 

92% of critics love it, but only 1,600 people have rated it.

But stalking the depths of its post-nuclear bliss, mass paranoia became fuel for Joseph McCarthy's brand of Red Scare terror propaganda.



Surviving Progress (2011) 

75% of critics love it, but only 2,100 people have rated it.

But what if progress is actually spiraling us downwards, towards collapse?



You've Been Trumped (2011) 

84% of critics love it, but only 1,700 people have rated it.

In this David and Goliath tale for the 21st Century, a group of proud Scottish homeowners take on Donald Trump, as the tycoon prepares to destroy one of Britain's last stretches of coastal wilderness by building a luxury golf resort.



We Were Here (2011) 

100% of critics love it, but only 2,100 people have rated it.

It illuminates the profound personal and community issues raised by the AIDS epidemic as well as the broad political and social upheavals it unleashed.



The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (2011) 

91% of critics love it, but only 1,300 people have rated it.

The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 mobilizes a treasure trove of 16mm material shot by Swedish journalists who came to the US drawn by stories of urban unrest and revolution.



The Last Lions (2011) 

86% of critics love it, but only 2,500 people have rated it.

A resilient lioness in Botswana's Okavango Delta embarks on an epic journey of survival in this nature documentary from National Geographic and award-winning filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert.



Marwencol (2010) 

98% of critics love it, but only 2,400 people have rated it.

Inspiring and fascinating, Marwencol depicts its subject with heartfelt tenderness, raising poignant questions about art and personal tragedy along the way.



Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer (2010) 

91% of critics love it, but only 2,000 people have rated it.

This documentary feature takes an in-depth look at the rapid rise and dramatic fall of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer.



The Tillman Story (2010) 

92% of critics love it, but only 3,800 people have rated it.

Passionate, angry, and insightful, The Tillman Story offers a revealing portrait of its subject's inspiring life and untimely death.



Bill Cunningham New York (2010) 

98% of critics love it, but only 4,200 people have rated it.

Suffused with happiness and modest charm, Bill Cunningham New York offers a touching, gently humorous portrait of its subject without invading his jealously guarded privacy.



Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child (2010) 

85% of critics love it, but only 1,000 people have rated it.

He became notorious for his graffiti art under the moniker Samo in the late 1970s on the Lower East Side scene, sold his first painting to Deborah Harry for $200, and became best friends with Andy Warhol.



Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (2010) 

96% of critics love it, but only 800 people have rated it.

Craig McCall's passionate film about the legendary cinematographer reveals a unique figure in British and international cinema.



Waking Sleeping Beauty (2009) 

71% of critics love it, but only 3,000 people have rated it.

It doesn't probe as deep -- or tell as many hard truths -- as it could have, but Don Hahn's look at Disney's rebirth offers a fascinating and surprisingly candorous glimpse into the studio's past.



The Art of the Steal (2009) 

85% of critics love it, but only 1,600 people have rated it.

Deeply esoteric and unapologetically one-sided, The Art of the Steal proves a documentary doesn't have to make an objective argument as long as it argues well.



American: The Bill Hicks Story (2009) 

82% of critics love it, but only 4,500 people have rated it.

A treasure trove of archival material and interviews, American: The Bill Hicks Story is an exuberant celebration about a unique, sorely missed voice in comedy.



The Yes Men Fix the World (2009) 

77% of critics love it, but only 3,000 people have rated it.

The Yes Men aim their barbs at the capitalist fat-cats with gutsy and hilarious performance pranks.



The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers (2009) 

96% of critics love it, but only 1,500 people have rated it.

Daniel Ellsberg, a high-level Pentagon official and Vietnam War strategist, concludes that the war is based on decades of lies and leaks 7,000 pages of top secret documents to The New York Times, making headlines around the world.



Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation! (2008) 

93% of critics love it, but only 2,800 people have rated it.

A raucous, fast-paced celebration of the Ozploitation films that came out of Australia in the 1970s and 1980s.



Sita Sings the Blues (2008) 

100% of critics love it, but only 3,200 people have rated it.

A tour de force for filmmaker Nina Paley, Sita Sings the Blues gives the Ramayana its animated due with a visually vibrant, dazzlingly imaginative triumph.



Les plages d'Agn\xe8s (2008) 

95% of critics love it, but only 1,400 people have rated it.

An enchanting self-portrait by a veteran director, Beach of Agnes is equal parts playful and profound.



I.O.U.S.A. (2008) 

87% of critics love it, but only 1,700 people have rated it.

A potent and lithely constructed documentary about America's financial crisis, I.O.U.S.A grabs you with figures but holds you with irreverent wit.



Standard Operating Procedure (2008) 

78% of critics love it, but only 3,000 people have rated it.

Well researched and finely crafted, Standard Operating Procedure is another gem from master documentarian Errol Morris.



Aanrijding in Moscou (2008) 

92% of critics love it, but only 2,800 people have rated it.

Belgian director Christophe Van Rompaey helms the frenetic romantic comedy Aanrijding in Moscou.



Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired (2008) 

87% of critics love it, but only 3,700 people have rated it.

A courtroom drama and an exploration of celebrity and responsibility.



Kirschbl\xfcten - Hanami (2008) 

80% of critics love it, but only 4,600 people have rated it.

This mature and eloquent meditation on grief and loss sports measured performances and moments of humor.



Burma VJ: Reporter i et lukket land (2008) 

96% of critics love it, but only 1,800 people have rated it.

A powerfully visceral docu-drama highlighting the evils of censorship and the essential need for freedom of speech.



War Dance (2007) 

85% of critics love it, but only 1,900 people have rated it.

War/Dance is beautifully filmed, and effectively captures the heartbreaking and uplifting experiences of its subjects.



Stranded: I've Come from a Plane That Crashed on the Mountains (2007) 

91% of critics love it, but only 800 people have rated it.

Stranded is a thoroughly uplifting account of the well-known tragedy, with touching testimony from remaining survivors.



My Winnipeg (2007) 

94% of critics love it, but only 3,900 people have rated it.

My Winnipeg is a charmingly irreverent 'docu-fantasy' from the unpredictable mind of Guy Maddin.



Up the Yangtze (2007) 

96% of critics love it, but only 2,000 people have rated it.

Up the Yangtze is a visually stunning meditation about the changes confronting modern China.



Planet B-Boy (2007) 

82% of critics love it, but only 1,500 people have rated it.

Lee's dazzling documentary makes a compelling argument for breakdancing as an art form.



For the Bible Tells Me So (2007) 

97% of critics love it, but only 4,200 people have rated it.

A timely and poignant examination of gays, their families and religion.



The Devil Came on Horseback (2007) 

98% of critics love it, but only 2,900 people have rated it.

The Devil Came on Horseback is both a strong primer on the complexities of the situation in Darfur and a harrowing first-person doc.



Chop Shop (2007) 

96% of critics love it, but only 3,100 people have rated it.

Filled with excellent performances, Ramin Bahrani's deft sophomore effort is a heartfelt, hopeful neorealist look at the people who live in the gritty underbelly of New York City.



The Rape of Europa (2006) 

83% of critics love it, but only 1,200 people have rated it.

For twelve long years, the Nazis looted and destroyed art on a scale unprecedented in history.



Lake of Fire (2006) 

94% of critics love it, but only 2,600 people have rated it.

Lake of Fire's engaging interviews and powerful black-and-white visuals make for a riveting and honest documentary about a very controversial topic.



Deep Water (2006) 

96% of critics love it, but only 3,600 people have rated it.

Equal parts mystery and biography, Deep Water is both an engrossing documentary and an affecting treatise on human folly and obsession.



Kurt Cobain About a Son (2006) 

73% of critics love it, but only 3,200 people have rated it.

With a constant voiceover of his own words, About A Son is a deeply personal look into Cobain's life that is sure to please his many fans.



Sanxia haoren (2006) 

91% of critics love it, but only 4,000 people have rated it.

Zhangke spellbindingly captures the human cost of rapid industrialization in modern China.



New York Doll (2005) 

90% of critics love it, but only 2,700 people have rated it.

Arthur Kane is a fascinating subject in what ultimately proves to be a touching, bittersweet documentary.



The Last Hangman (2005) 

77% of critics love it, but only 3,900 people have rated it.

Director Adrian Shergold doesn't shy away from the darker elements of the movie's subject, and Timothy Spall is mesmerizing as the title character.



In the Realms of the Unreal (2004) 

69% of critics love it, but only 2,600 people have rated it.

A fascinating treatment on the life of a reclusive man.



Shake Hands with the Devil: The Journey of Rom\xe9o Dallaire (2004) 

87% of critics love it, but only 1,000 people have rated it.

A gut-wrenching documentary about the man in charge of the UN peace keeping force during the 1994 Rwanda genocide of 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutus.



A State of Mind (2004) 

89% of critics love it, but only 1,200 people have rated it.

Two young gymnasts prepare for the Mass Games, one of North Korea's most important and elaborate events.



Ton\xee Takitani (2004) 

88% of critics love it, but only 4,000 people have rated it.

Despite its deceptive wispiness, this delicately lovely and melancholy film about loneliness has a haunting power.



The Beautiful Country (2004) 

77% of critics love it, but only 2,800 people have rated it.

The plight of Asian refugees is sensitively rendered, and the movie builds, with the help of Nolte, to a wrenchingly poignant conclusion.



Deep Blue (2003) 

67% of critics love it, but only 3,600 people have rated it.

This comprehensive presentation of images from the world's oceans, gathered over years of filming, plunges the audience into the spectacle of the seas.



Los Angeles Plays Itself (2003) 

95% of critics love it, but only 1,200 people have rated it.

A treat for cinephiles, this documentary is a comprehensive, academic, and enlightening film essay concerning Los Angeles and its depiction in the movies.



Travellers and Magicians (2003) 

93% of critics love it, but only 1,400 people have rated it.

Interwined tales of spiritual discovery are set against a gorgeous, evocative landscape in this pleasant, engaging import.



Zelary (2003) 

72% of critics love it, but only 2,700 people have rated it.

Zelary is a satisfyingly old-fashioned romance with an epic sweep.



My Architect (2003) 

93% of critics love it, but only 3,300 people have rated it.

A moving and enlightening documentary about architect Louis Kahn.



Chavez: Inside the Coup (2003) 

97% of critics love it, but only 2,000 people have rated it.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised is as persuasive and engrossing as it is unapologetically biased.



Bukowski: Born into This (2003) 

83% of critics love it, but only 2,900 people have rated it.

A thoroughly engrossing documentary examining the life of talented but troubled writer Charles Bukowski.



My Flesh and Blood (2003) 

90% of critics love it, but only 1,500 people have rated it.

Disturbing and heart-wrenching documentary about a 53-years-old woman raising 11 children.



Off the Map (2003) 

69% of critics love it, but only 3,100 people have rated it.

Excellent performances mark this leisurely paced film.



Festival Express (2003) 

96% of critics love it, but only 3,000 people have rated it.

Festival Express is a spellbinding documentary that nostalgically chronicles five days in the summer of 1970, when a train full of now- legendary rock perfomers jammed its way across Canada.



The Weather Underground (2002) 

91% of critics love it, but only 3,500 people have rated it.

Fascinating documentary about the militant Weathermen.



The Tracker (2002) 

87% of critics love it, but only 1,400 people have rated it.

DeHeer takes a unique approach in the direction of this film; opting to show graphic paintings by artist Peter Coad during violent moments in lieu of filming bloody scenes among the actors.



Stevie (2002) 

90% of critics love it, but only 2,300 people have rated it.

Poignant documentary that's hard to forget.



Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002) 

92% of critics love it, but only 3,000 people have rated it.

A toe-tapping tribute to the band that gave Motown its sound.



In This World (2002) 

88% of critics love it, but only 3,400 people have rated it.

Using documentary-style filmmaking to blur the lines between fact and fiction. In This World tells a harrowing but important story about the plight of refugees.



The Trials of Henry Kissinger (2002) 

94% of critics love it, but only 1,400 people have rated it.

This compelling unauthorized biography takes a muckraker's view of the controversial diplomat.



He ni zai yi qi (2002) 

72% of critics love it, but only 4,200 people have rated it.

Though melodramatic at times, Together is heartwarming and well-acted.



I Am Trying to Break Your Heart (2002) 

88% of critics love it, but only 3,200 people have rated it.

Besides being a treat for Wilco fans, I Am Trying to Break Your Heart also exposes the workings of a profit-driven music industry.



L'emploi du temps (2001) 

96% of critics love it, but only 3,000 people have rated it.

A haunting psychological drama, Time Out takes a penetrating look at the angst of the modern worker.



Scratch (2001) 

93% of critics love it, but only 3,500 people have rated it.

Whether you know anything about turntablism or not, Scratch makes for fun and informative viewing.



Promises (2001) 

95% of critics love it, but only 2,500 people have rated it.

A heartbreaking and illuminating look at the Israeli and Palestinian conflict through the eyes of children.



Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport (2000) 

94% of critics love it, but only 1,300 people have rated it.

Although it appears to be nothing more than a "talking heads" documentary you may see on TV, Into the Arms of Strangers, nonetheless, tells a heart-wrenching story.



Innocence (2000) 

82% of critics love it, but only 1,400 people have rated it.

Not only does it break ground in presenting a rarely examined age group, Innocence is a well-acted, powerful story about love.



Suzhou he (2000) 

90% of critics love it, but only 2,800 people have rated it.

Recalling both Vertigo (1958) and Chungking Express (1994), Chinese director Lou Ye spins this riveting tale of obsession and love.



Dinner Rush (2000) 

90% of critics love it, but only 4,200 people have rated it.

With the aid of a witty script and a well-acted ensemble, Dinner Rush is a tasty dish.



Sound and Fury (2000) 

96% of critics love it, but only 900 people have rated it.

This documentary presents its opposing views in an even-handed yet emotionally engaging manner. Critics say it will provoke much thought, as well as emotions, in the audience.



Aberdeen (2000) 

86% of critics love it, but only 2,100 people have rated it.

Though the characters are difficult to watch at times, Aberdeen burns with ferocious honesty and strong performances.



Une liaison pornographique (1999) 

85% of critics love it, but only 3,600 people have rated it.

Jacques Viala, Paul Pavel, Herve Sogne.



Xizao (1999) 

86% of critics love it, but only 4,000 people have rated it.

Zhu Xu, Pu Cun Xin, Jiang Wu.



Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr. (1999) 

100% of critics love it, but only 4,400 people have rated it.

Mr. Death outlines its subject's controversial life's work with the deeply fascinating and thought-provoking élan film fans have come to expect from director Errol Morris.



Twin Falls Idaho (1999) 

77% of critics love it, but only 3,600 people have rated it.

In this film, conjoined twins Blake and Francis Falls share many vital organs.



Himalaya - l'enfance d'un chef (1999) 

88% of critics love it, but only 3,700 people have rated it.

Unlike the overproduced and overbudgeted Hollywood blockbusters, Himalaya is a stunningly photographed movie that offers an intimate look into the lives of a Dolpo tribe.



Conte d'automne (1998) 

93% of critics love it, but only 1,900 people have rated it.

Her best friend, Isabelle (Marie Riviere), decides to play matchmaker and find Magali a new husband.



42 Up (1998) 

88% of critics love it, but only 2,400 people have rated it.

Michael Apted's renowned series tests the maxim by returning every seven years to 14 British children originally profiled in 7 UP (1964).



Fast, Cheap & Out of Control (1997) 

90% of critics love it, but only 3,600 people have rated it.

In this film, four eccentrics talk about their seemingly diverse lives, interests, and offbeat occupations: Lion tamer Dave Hoover offers theories about wild animal thought processes; topiary gardener George Mendo clips hedges to various creatures; mole-rat specialist Ray Mendez researches the animals' behavior; robotics scientist Rodney Brooks assembles autonomous robots.



Hype! (1996) 

92% of critics love it, but only 1,700 people have rated it.

It also features a technically shaky but historically priceless clip of Nirvana's first public performance of "Smells Like Teen Spirit".



Vanya on 42nd Street (1994) 

88% of critics love it, but only 2,400 people have rated it.

Beautiful performances and the subtle hand of master Louis Malle make this adaptation of Chekov's Uncle Vanya an eccentric presentation of an enduring classic.



Let Him Have It (1991) 

80% of critics love it, but only 1,900 people have rated it.

Led by a gripping performance from Christopher Eccleston, Let Him Have It sounds a compelling call for justice on behalf of its real-life protagonist.



Let's Get Lost (1988) 

96% of critics love it, but only 1,200 people have rated it.

We have to be grateful to iconic fashion photographer Bruce Weber, for giving us this perfect film about the timeless jazz singer and trumpeter, Chet Baker.



Distant Voices, Still Lives (1988) 

78% of critics love it, but only 1,600 people have rated it.

Bracingly original and beautifully composed, Distant Voices, Still Lives is an invigorating period drama that finds director Terence Davies in peak form.



Charulata (1964) 

96% of critics love it, but only 2,100 people have rated it.

She is neglected by her busy husband, Bhupati (Shailen Mukherjee), a politically active newspaper publisher.



Mafioso (1962) 

96% of critics love it, but only 1,200 people have rated it.

Mafioso begins as an amusing farce and skillfully transforms into a portentous social drama.



Classe tous risques (1960) 

100% of critics love it, but only 1,500 people have rated it.

Gangster Abel Davos (Lino Ventura) is wanted for murder in France, and has been living underground in Italy for ten years.



The Tales of Hoffmann (1951) 

85% of critics love it, but only 1,200 people have rated it.

An anthology of fantastic and romantic adventures, recounted by the fableist Hoffmann (Robert Rounseville) and featuring Moira Shearer (The Red Shoes), Ludmilla Tcherina, and Ann Ayars.