Documentaries and art movies have been filtered out. 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.

Blue Jay (2016) 

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

Amanda is visiting her pregnant sister.



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.



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.



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.



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.



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.



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 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.



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.



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.



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.



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.



Off the Map (2003) 

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

Excellent performances mark this leisurely paced film.



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.



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.



Une liaison pornographique (1999) 

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

Jacques Viala, Paul Pavel, Herve Sogne.



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.



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.



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.



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.