Why were categories repeated? Why were they so arbitrary to begin with? How is ‘cannibal’ a category? Why was ‘Gold Rush’ not included in the Chaplin category? Since when was ‘Back To The Future’ a cult classic? Why are Hayao Miyazaki’s films not considered anime? Cool list, but the categories seem a Beautiful Leopard Buffalo Plaid Penguin St Patrick’s Day Shirt. Why is there a specific “anime” section? But the “animation” category contains some anime as well (Angel’s Egg, Grave of the Fireflies)? Makes it unnecessarily convoluted. Not that I would differentiate in the first place. Only when it comes to animation style maybe (stop motion, 3D animation, etc.).
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Generally, outside the US, the major notable international film industries exist in Japan, France, Italy, South Korea, Hong Kong, India, Germany, and Russia. Every single one of these countries divided into more than just one group/list per country to represent different genres or historical movements/styles. Japan and France have like 4-5 lists each. So, it’s a Beautiful Leopard Buffalo Plaid Penguin St Patrick’s Day Shirt. But the blunt truth of the matter is that yeah. US films disproportionately dominate any such list and the way sub-categories are broken down is going to reflect that. Given how internationally inclusive this list, in particular, was though, I find this a strange place to bring up this criticism.