Top 50 Comedy Movies

Rank Rating Title Votes
1. 8.6 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) 147,956
2. 8.6 Forrest Gump (1994) 277,295
3. 8.5 City Lights (1931) 24,968
4. 8.5 Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001) 168,041
5. 8.4 Modern Times (1936) 32,837
6. 8.4 Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) 147,110
7. 8.4 Singin’ in the Rain (1952) 51,898
8. 8.4 Nuovo cinema Paradiso (1988) 41,882
9. 8.4 The Great Dictator (1940) 34,118
10. 8.4 The Apartment (1960) 33,784
11. 8.4 Up (2009) 83,206
12. 8.4 Some Like It Hot (1959) 62,887
13. 8.4 Sherlock Jr. (1924) 6,387
14. 8.4 The General (1926) 18,450
15. 8.3 Back to the Future (1985) 186,867
16. 8.3 The Sting (1973) 61,634
17. 8.3 Safety Last! (1923) 5,229
18. 8.3 Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) 12,083
19. 8.3 It Happened One Night (1934) 23,256
20. 8.3 Yojimbo (1961) 27,003
21. 8.3 The Kid (1921) 12,533
22. 8.3 Mary and Max (2009) 5,642
23. 8.3 The Gold Rush (1925) 19,295
24. 8.2 Annie Hall (1977) 61,095
25. 8.2 Snatch. (2000) 160,392
26. 8.2 The Big Lebowski (1998) 164,553
27. 8.2 Life of Brian (1979) 88,022
28. 8.2 The Graduate (1967) 72,819
29. 8.2 Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) 11,296
30. 8.1 Harvey (1950) 21,812
31. 8.1 Stalag 17 (1953) 19,424
32. 8.1 Sullivan’s Travels (1941) 8,498
33. 8.1 My Man Godfrey (1936) 7,667
34. 8.1 Finding Nemo (2003) 152,249
35. 8.1 Trainspotting (1996) 141,045
36. 8.1 The Lady Vanishes (1938) 16,690
37. 8.1 Toy Story (1995) 134,372
38. 8.1 Groundhog Day (1993) 125,886
39. 8.1 Ratatouille (2007) 120,842
40. 8.1 The Lady Eve (1941) 6,754
41. 8.1 Duck Soup (1933) 24,770
42. 8.1 Paper Moon (1973) 9,022
43. 8.1 Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) 116,652
44. 8.1 His Girl Friday (1940) 19,482
45. 8.1 The Princess Bride (1987) 118,200
46. 8.1 The Incredibles (2004) 147,615
47. 8.1 Yeopgijeogin geunyeo (2001) 12,618
48. 8.1 The Philadelphia Story (1940) 26,179
49. 8.1 Manhattan (1979) 35,965
50. 8.1 Dom za vesanje (1988) 6,211

Top 50 Animation Movies

Rank Rating Title Votes
1. 8.5 WALL·E (2008) 163,046
2. 8.5 Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (2001) 92,403
3. 8.4 Up (2009) 83,206
4. 8.4 Le roi et l’oiseau (1980) 1,111
5. 8.3 Mononoke-hime (1997) 60,782
6. 8.3 Mary and Max (2009) 5,642
7. 8.2 Hadashi no Gen (1983) 1,563
8. 8.2 Vuk (1981) 1,898
9. 8.2 The Lion King (1994) 124,240
10. 8.2 Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) 11,296
11. 8.1 Hotaru no haka (1988) 31,440
12. 8.1 Finding Nemo (2003) 152,249
13. 8.1 Toy Story (1995) 134,372
14. 8.1 Ratatouille (2007) 120,842
15. 8.1 Macskafogó (1986) 3,523
16. 8.1 The Incredibles (2004) 147,615
17. 8.1 Tonari no Totoro (1988) 26,678
18. 8.0 Kaze no tani no Naushika (1984) 18,488
19. 8.0 Tenkû no shiro Rapyuta (1986) 19,595
20. 8.0 Mind Game (2004) 2,090
21. 8.0 Hauru no ugoku shiro (2004) 40,797
22. 8.0 Byôsoku 5 senchimêtoru (2007) 3,007
23. 8.0 The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 72,460
24. 8.0 Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Achmed (1926) 1,214
25. 8.0 Persepolis (2007) 23,255
26. 8.0 Monsters, Inc. (2001) 103,788
27. 8.0 Toy Story 2 (1999) 104,568
28. 8.0 Vals Im Bashir (2008) 15,761
29. 8.0 Beauty and the Beast (1991) 64,566
30. 7.9 Mimi wo sumaseba (1995) 7,063
31. 7.9 Shrek (2001) 156,088
32. 7.9 Toki o kakeru shôjo (2006) 5,134
33. 7.9 Gake no ue no Ponyo (2008) 9,507
34. 7.9 Jûbei ninpûchô (1993) 10,790
35. 7.9 Sennen joyû (2001) 4,885
36. 7.9 The Iron Giant (1999) 36,503
37. 7.9 Flåklypa Grand Prix (1975) 5,802
38. 7.8 Kôkaku kidôtai: Stand Alone Complex Solid State Society (2006) 1,396
39. 7.8 Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) 36,626
40. 7.8 When the Wind Blows (1986) 2,040
41. 7.8 Shin seiki Evangelion Gekijô-ban: Air/Magokoro wo, kimi ni (1997) 5,621
42. 7.8 Chôjikû yôsai Macross: Ai oboeteimasuka (1984) 1,034
43. 7.8 Majo no takkyûbin (1989) 16,154
44. 7.8 Fantasia (1940) 28,840
45. 7.8 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) 36,049
46. 7.8 Coraline (2009) 32,614
47. 7.8 Akira (1988) 37,684
48. 7.8 Kôkaku kidôtai (1995) 25,690
49. 7.8 Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem (2003) 4,227
50. 7.8 Evangerion shin gekijôban: Jo (2007) 1,363

Top 50 Movie Endings of All Time

50. The Blair Witch Project (1999) – The movie isn’t particularly scary… at least until the last two minutes, which take the tension level from 10 to 100 at an exponential pace. The final seconds — wherein a member of the cast is spotted, back turned and facing a corner, as an unseen spirit does away with the remaining member of the crew, who’s been filming all of this in a panic-stricken run through an abandoned house — rank as some of the most terrifying moments ever put to film. It gives me chills just to write about it. -CN

49. A History of Violence (2005) – David Cronenberg’s sly, brilliant merger of a revenge fantasy and an essay on the American Dream has an appropriately messy, provocative ending. Tom Stall (Viggo Mortensen) has exposed a terrible truth about himself that’s left his wife, Edie (Maria Bello), in despair. They gaze at each other in silence across the dinner table, and the looks in their eyes lets you know it’s impossible, yet painfully necessary, to pretend nothing has changed. -MA

48. Batman Begins (2005) – As the title suggests, the Dark Knight’s mission to cleanse Gotham has just begin. Commissioner Gordon (Gary Oldman) hands Batman (Christian Bale) a playing card left at the scene of a recent crime. He flips it over, and fanboy hearts race in unison as we contemplate director Christopher Nolan’s next move. -SO

47. All That Jazz (1979) – A film especially priceless in its rendering of death in big, Broadway musical number style. Extremely well collaged as the self-defeating choreographer ties up all his loose ends in fantastical choreographic zeal, Roy Scheider’s Joe Gideon simply walks into a flirtatious angel’s embrace. -RG

46. Dead Again (1991) – The second film Kenneth Branagh directed before his ego became too inflated from his Shakespeare renown, is also still the best helming he has managed to date. Beautifully combining intelligent romanticism with reincarnation between he and his then wife/co-star Emma Thompson, the film gracefully culminates with a death scene, love re-established, and the past resolving itself, without losing an emotional beat. Even those who don’t believe in filmic romance melt as the modern day Branagh holds his partner and exhaustedly says “The door is closed.” -RG

45. Pulp Fiction (1994) – It’s hard to pick this over Reservoir Dogs, since Quentin Tarantino plagiarized himself here, but Pulp is more refined and more funny in its treatment of a Mexican standoff, this time with a “happy” ending to it. Of course, we know the buffoonish Vincent Vega’s going to get shot coming out of the toilet on another job, but he and his Bible-spewing pal get to walk away this time, even if they do look like idiots. -CN

44. Fargo (1996) – Cinema, especially recent cinema, isn’t known for its portrayals of happy marriages — especially not in crime movies. But the last scene in this Coen brothers masterpiece doesn’t involve any blood, bullets, or double-crosses. It just shows the Gundersons, Marge (Frances McDormand) and Norm (John Carroll Lynch), sitting in bed. He tells her that his painting is going to put on a three-cent stamp, she tells him how great that is, and the emotional core that has been developing throughout the film is suddenly sitting right in front of us. No wood chipper needed. -JH

43. Shane (1953) – When the kid yells, “Shane, come back!” at the departing hero, it’s one of the rare tear-jerker scenes that just feels right. -DB

42. The Terminator (1984) – One of the first major science fiction trilogies to be a true inspiration to an entire new generation of filmmaking, the initial installment is brutal, bright, and brilliantly executed. From Ah-nold’s one-liners to Sarah Connor learning to want to be great female hero, it was also one of the first films to create a spellbinding circle in its narrative, to have the end reflect where it all began. He’ll be back. -RG

41. Say Anything… (1989) – Lots of romantic comedies end with the boy getting the girl; Say Anything makes him, her, and us all earn it. We leave Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) and Diane Court (Ione Skye) not in passionate embrace, but sitting on an airplane, holding hands, looking upward, waiting for the “ding” that will tell them everything is okay. This final shot is everything that’s great about Say Anything: sweet, a little bit funny, and completely believable. -JH

40. The Thing (1982) – Easily the most chilling ending in horror, Carpenter purposefully never lets the audience in on exactly how the contagion is spread and allows us to stew in absolute terror as to which man will split apart and become the alien host. The last thumps of the moody score are enough to make anyone shiver with fear. -CC

39. The Silence of the Lambs (1991) – Find me a better last line uttered by any villain than “I’m having an old friend for dinner.” With wit, charm, and unyielding bravado, Hopkins caps off his career performance with an exit (forgetting Ridley Scott’s forgivable Hannibal) that oozes menace and wild provocation. Fava beans, anyone? -CC

38. 8 1/2 (1963) – As the crazy director finally embraces the joy and absurdity of life, a group of freaks, friends, loonies and journalists begin to dance in a huge circle, with the great circus behind it; it’s so good that Woody Allen would outright copy it in Stardust Memories. Has any ending, or any film for that matter, better encapsulated what it’s like to understand life as the great, crazy joke it is? -CC

37. Rocky (1976) – As Bill Conte’s score soars in the background, a bloodied Rocky (Sylvester Stallone) and a hatless Adrian (Talia Shire) finally proclaim their love for one another. And in the distant background, a ring announcer tells a frenzied crowd that our hero has actually lost the fight that held us captive for an entire final act. In one dramatic move, two shy nobodies find their hearts and nothing else matters. -NS

36. Jacob’s Ladder (1990) – It was all a dream, freak-out style. This time at least it’s with good reason: We find out that Jacob (Tim Robbins) was on his deathbed, having been shot during the Vietnam War, and everything that has preceded has been a sort of cruel flash-back-forward because Jacob hasn’t been willing to let go. Suddenly it all makes sense. -CN

35. Back to the Future (1985) – The most brazen call for a sequel imaginable. What if the movie had flopped? Not a chance. All seems right with Marty’s world, until Doc Brown returns from the future to alert him of a troubling family issue. The stage is set for an eventual trilogy that continues to entertain to this day. -SO

34. King of New York (1990) – After facing the last (and oldest) cop of the four that stalked him, crime lord Christopher Walken sits in a cab, letting the bullet in his gut take its final resting place. Abel Ferrara’s crime sonata ends the idea of the great overblown gangster ending, seeing Scarface as an aging villain who can’t say anything else, feeling the only thing left for him to do is silently drift off to death amongst the dazzle of the city he loves. -CC

33. A Clockwork Orange (1971) – Stanley Kubrick excised the last chapter of the book in order to give Clockwork a nihilistic ending that has Alex (Malcolm McDowell in the role of a lifetime) learning absolutely nothing from the last two hours of screen time, dreaming of a pseudo-orgy while trapped in a hospital bed. It’s a controversial choice that has had cineastes debating for decades, but it still packs a wallop. The book’s ending, suffice it to say, would have hardly been cinematic. -CN

32. Being There (1979) – Peter Sellers’ crowning achievement ends with a little bit of mysticism, which is at once completely out of character for this very grounded movie while also being totally apropos. You have to smile when you see it. -CN

31. Magnolia (1999) – Everyone remembers a certain cataclysmic plot turn in the final act, and while I love P.T. Anderson’s audacious willingness to simply let frogs fall from the sky, the real ending to Magnolia is much simpler. In an extended close-up, we see troubled Claudia (Melora Walters) listen to sweet cop Jim (John C. Reilly) talk. His words are barely audible; instead, we focus on Claudia’s face, which finally breaks into a slight smile, a split second before the movie cuts to black. Desperation turns to hope in an instant, and Aimee Mann’s “Save Me” ices the cake perfectly. -JH

30. Pickpocket (1959) – Copied and re-rendered by hundreds of films (most recently: L’Enfant and Art School Confidential), French master Robert Bresson ends his tale of spiritual bartering with the pickpocket and the girl who loves him, pressing against each other in a prison visitor room. Emotionally penetrating and gorgeously shot, the ending brings up all the yearning and transcendental themes into complete concentration, using Bresson’s patented flat acting style. -CC

29. Wait Until Dark (1967) – In this suspenseful period thriller, Audrey Hepburn plays a blind woman targeted by a hit man (Alan Arkin). At the end of the film, she is trapped in her flat and he’s stalking her. She knocks out all the lights so that they will be equal… but she forgets one light! This one is exciting right up to the last minute. During its first run, theaters turned out all the lights for the last few minutes to enhance the effect. -DB

28. Hannah and Her Sisters (1986): For sheer pleasure, you can’t beat the sweetness of watching reformed drug addict/punk-rock chick Dianne Weist and comedy writer/religiously-confused Woody Allen cuddle in a dim hallway as she breaks the good news to him. Call it artful sentimentalism. -CC

27. The Searchers (1956) – John Wayne, a symbol of the male ego, dominance, and everything right with the Wild West, stands alone in a doorway, isolated by feelings and ideologies that simply won’t be accepted anymore. Deconstruction of the cowboy myth began here and John Ford, haunted by his own racist past, gives the shot a haunting, sobering feel of loneliness and change. -CC

26. Rushmore (1998) – The Salinger of the screen ends his best film in his lovable faux-theatrical and pastel style without a hint of irony. Max and the woman of his obsession stand prepared to dance as The Faces’ “Ooh la-la” plays, easily ranking in the top 10 best ending songs of all time, as the other characters dance around them. It sure beats the hell out of a gate closing on a headstone. -CC

25. Real Genius (1985) – The entire film builds and builds to this exquisite ending, where Chris Knight (Val Kilmer) and his brainiac pals finally revel in their revenge plot against the evil Jerry Hathaway (William Atherton). How they pulled off the stunt to make an entire house look like it was filled with popcorn I still can’t figure out. The effect is, ahem, genius. Growing up, my little sister called this film “the popcorn movie.” -CN

24. The Bank Dick (1940) – This great W.C. Fields film comedy ends with a parody of a car chase, which was already a film cliché in 1940. Then, in a case of art imitating life, Fields heads to his favorite bar for another drink. -DB

23. House of Games (1987) – David Mamet’s finest movie and a personal favorite: After demure psychiatrist Margaret Ford (Lindsay Crouse) murders the ringleader of the gang of con men that cost her thousands of dollars, she takes a vacation. After a little misdirection, she steals a gold lighter from a woman dining one table over. She’s got the con game bug, now. So satisfying, but so creepy. -CN

22. Brazil (1985) – Harry Tuttle (Robert De Niro) swoops in to save the day, but it’s not to be: Our hero Sam Lowry (Jonathan Pryce) is revealed to be wallowing in a torture chamber and, alas, “He’s gone.” The ending was so controversial that the studio basically stole the film from director Terry Gilliam and edited together a happy ending, known as the “Love Conquers All” ending. Comparing the two versions is a film geek’s wet dream. -CN

21. The Usual Suspects (1995) – For two hours, Kevin Spacey’s spineless Verbal plays helpless lamb being lured to Chazz Palminteri’s slaughter. But with the drop of a coffee cup, and the shaking off of a limp, the true identity of a criminal mastermind is revealed. -SO

20. Before Sunset (2004) – Cooler than pre-Scientology Isaac Hayes in Antarctica eating popsicles and drinking iced coffee, Julie Delpy dances and sings Nina Simone in front of Ethan Hawke and croons, sexy as they come, “Baby, you’re gonna miss that plane.” Delpy has never been given enough time on screen to fully capture audience appeal, but in this moment, she has it over any hip chick this side of Santa Monica. -CC

19. Memento (2001) – Our sympathetic hero commits an abrupt, cold-blooded, and vengeful murder, entirely to serve his own purposes. He’s not the Leonard Shelby we thought we knew. And major bonus points for it coming at both the very beginning and the end of the movie, which are actually the ending and the beginning. Got that? -AG

18. The Wizard of Oz (1939) – The first “it was all a dream” ending ever? I’m not sure, but it’s certainly one of the most memorable. The revelation that nearly all the characters we’ve seen in Dorothy’s fantasy world were drawn from her friends (and enemies) is magical. -CN

17. Planet of the Apes (1968) – Charlton Heston (as a lost astronaut) spends most of this modern classic convincing a dominant ape race that man can indeed communicate and reason. And while there’s plenty of irony and social commentary there, co-writer Rod Serling’s trademark storytelling really surfaces in the final scene. As a cowboy of sorts, a half-naked Heston grabs his woman and rides his horse into unknown territory… but quickly finds that many have been there before him. In an ending worthy of the greatest Twilight Zone zingers, Lady Liberty’s head and torch emerge from the sand. And Heston drops to his knees and damns us all to hell. We got it coming. -NS

16. The Empire Strikes Back (1980) – Lethal fight scenes, great dialogue (“I love you.” “I know.”), a traitorous Billy Dee Williams, and the biggest paternal twist in sci-fi history. And then the final shocker: Han Solo is still frozen, and he’s not getting out ’til the next movie! What!? Empire turned George Lucas’ universe on its ear, raising his franchise’s bar to a height no Star Wars sequel or prequel managed to touch. -SO

15. The Godfather (1972) – Derelicts will argue the second one is better, but the ending of the Godfather is everything it should be, foreshadowing all the dark, murky secrets that would be dragged from the depths in Part 2. Kay finally asks about Michael’s business and he lies, outright, as the door closes on a good kid who turned into the ultimate family man, and a brooding, calculating monster. -CC

14. The Tenant (1976) – You simply can’t comprehend it: after plummeting through glass once, the titular tenant drags himself up the stairs again to finish the job, only to end up the crazed lunatic that kicked off Polanski’s most concentrated study of paranoia. It doesn’t have the acute horror of Rosemary’s Baby, but The Tenant sits in your stomach with sick discomfort, like remembering the most private, embarrassing ordeal you’ve ever been through. -CC

13. Citizen Kane (1941) – Well, we kind of have to put this one on the list, don’t we? One of the earliest examples of don’t-spill-the-secret endings and also I’ve-been-robbed anti-climax, that little wooden sled explains everything and explains nothing about Charles Foster Kane, but it’s the elusive piece of the jigsaw that drives one of the greatest movies ever made. -AG

12. The Birds (1963) – Our heroine and her strapping man might be making a stealthy escape from Bodega Bay, but the camera pulls further back and there are birds, birds, menacing birds as far as the eye can see. How safe are they really, in that soft-top convertible, with those lovebirds? -AG

11. The Graduate (1967) – Dustin Hoffman crashes Katherine Ross’ wedding, whish has just ended, and he steals her away on a bus. Her mother tells her “It’s too late” and she yells, “Not for us!” It’s unbelievable, it’s corny, but also (as the guy says in Barcelona) it’s real. It symbolizes the moment when the disenchanted ’60s generation started their lives. This isn’t how romances were supposed to end. -DB

10. Some Like It Hot (1959) – Jack Lemmon finally drops his drag and reveals his true gender to his horny suitor (the perfect Joe E. Brown), who couldn’t care less. “Nobody’s perfect!” he says, the final cherry on top of a whipped-cream and chocolate-covered sundae of a comedy. -DW

9. Don’t Look Now (1973) – Donald Sutherland chases the little child in the raincoat he’s seen for the whole film and then Roeg’s nightmare springs one last terror on you. That face under the red raincoat is no child, and it will stay in your nightmares for months… or else you’ll put it as your computer’s desktop picture like my roommate. -CC

8. Big Night (1996) – The old term “silence is golden” has never seemed so appropriate. After a grand night of arguments, fantastic food, and a no-show crooner, the two idealistic opposites (art vs. commerce) sit down to a simple omelet with their waiter, knowing their lives will go separate ways (and bankruptcy is a near certainty) but not needing to talk about it. Soulful, delicate, and bypassing tearjerk-o-rama, directors Stanley Tucci and Campbell Scott create a sincere goodbye to their lovely, little film. -CC

7. Night of the Living Dead (1968) – Without a hint of being self-conscious, Romero’s horror masterpiece raised the middle finger to all modern narrative constructions. The family dies, the young white couple dies and the black protagonist, surviving the gruesome night, is shot by the cops. It’s complete film rebellion, and you can’t help but savor it. -CC

6. Boogie Nights (1997) – One of the most unexpected endings in cinema history. Mark Wahlberg’s faded porn star stand in the mirror and yanks his penis out, saying with complete conviction, “You’re a fucking star.” The soul of the inept, underage star still resides in the aged, coke-snorting loser. Its pathetic grandeur (both the ending and the unit on display) is unmatched. -CC

5. Bonnie and Clyde (1967) – The constantly underrated Arthur Penn brings his great, gritty tale of the criminal lovebirds to an end with a scene of unyielding violence and shock. Think of it as the alternate ending for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which ends exactly the same way but stops the film about 20 seconds earlier. -CC

4. Casablanca (1942) – “The beginning of a beautiful friendship” and one of the best movie endings – so good it was recycled as the ending of at least one great film, Woody Allen’s Play It Again, Sam. Like the rest of Casablanca, the last scene is now the stuff of cliché, but that’s because there are so many dang quotable lines. -DB

3. Chinatown (1974) – “Forget it, Jake, its Chinatown.” Chinatown has nothing to do with Chinatown, but it also has everything to do with Chinatown. Explaining its intricacies could fill a book, but it’s the very end that punches you in the gut: The bad guy gets away and Nicholson’s Jake Gittes, after solving the case, is told to forget the whole affair. Ow. -CN

2. Fight Club (1999) – No matter what you think of David Fincher’s translation of Chuck Palahniuk’s pre-iPod, post-post-punk nightmare, you have to admire an ending that foresaw things that are still being talked about today. The film predicts the emo-boy nation that we swim in these days, but the ending, with the Pixies’ raucous “Where is My Mind?” wailing in the background, sees self-terrorism and numb romance as the new, essential way of life. -CC

1. Dr. Strangelove (1964) – You may remember otherwise, but the climactic scene where Slim Pickens rides the bomb down is not actually the ending of Strangelove (though even if it were, it would still be #1 on our list). Rather, there is a strange scene afterwards in which the leaders of the free world wait for the end of the world while having a demented argument about how to survive the impending nuclear winter (“We must not have a mine shaft gap!”). Then, signaling apocalypse, Peter Sellers’ titular mad scientist, wheelchair-bound for the entire movie, stands up and begins to walk, before the War Room (and the rest of the world) explodes to the tune of “We’ll Meet Again.” It’s all weird but absurdly logical, like everything about Kubrick’s masterpiece. -DB

Top 50 Adventure Movies

Rank Rating Title Votes
1. 9.0 Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo. (1966) 144,775
2. 8.8 Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 260,842
3. 8.8 Shichinin no samurai (1954) 90,366
4. 8.8 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) 339,851
5. 8.8 Star Wars (1977) 304,464
6. 8.7 Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 229,773
7. 8.7 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) 364,789
8. 8.6 The Matrix (1999) 356,272
9. 8.6 North by Northwest (1959) 87,369
10. 8.6 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) 306,747
11. 8.5 Lawrence of Arabia (1962) 74,988
12. 8.5 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) 30,912
13. 8.5 WALL·E (2008) 163,046
14. 8.5 Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (2001) 92,403
15. 8.5 Aliens (1986) 159,916
16. 8.4 Avatar (2009) 195,613
17. 8.4 The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) 55,389
18. 8.4 Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) 147,110
19. 8.4 Metropolis (1927) 36,484
20. 8.4 Up (2009) 83,206
21. 8.4 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 151,010
22. 8.3 Back to the Future (1985) 186,867
23. 8.3 The Great Escape (1963) 57,945
24. 8.3 Per qualche dollaro in più (1965) 39,450
25. 8.3 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) 161,923
26. 8.3 Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983) 199,204
27. 8.3 Gladiator (2000) 259,415
28. 8.3 Mononoke-hime (1997) 60,782
29. 8.3 The Gold Rush (1925) 19,295
30. 8.2 The Wizard of Oz (1939) 96,940
31. 8.2 Ben-Hur (1959) 54,726
32. 8.2 Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) 3,175
33. 8.2 Vuk (1981) 1,898
34. 8.2 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) 53,924
35. 8.2 Into the Wild (2007) 87,537
36. 8.2 Davaro (1981) 1,404
37. 8.2 The Lion King (1994) 124,240
38. 8.2 Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) 11,296
39. 8.2 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) 133,958
40. 8.1 Star Trek (2009) 117,733
41. 8.1 Stand by Me (1986) 84,115
42. 8.1 Ivan Vasilevich menyaet professiyu (1973) 2,776
43. 8.1 Sullivan’s Travels (1941) 8,498
44. 8.1 Finding Nemo (2003) 152,249
45. 8.1 Toy Story (1995) 134,372
46. 8.1 Macskafogó (1986) 3,523
47. 8.1 The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) 21,730
48. 8.1 Anbe Sivam (2003) 1,310
49. 8.1 The Princess Bride (1987) 118,200
50. 8.1 King Kong (1933) 36,200
1. 9.0 Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo. (1966) 144,775
2. 8.8 Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980) 260,842
3. 8.8 Shichinin no samurai (1954) 90,366
4. 8.8 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) 339,851
5. 8.8 Star Wars (1977) 304,464
6. 8.7 Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) 229,773
7. 8.7 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) 364,789
8. 8.6 The Matrix (1999) 356,272
9. 8.6 North by Northwest (1959) 87,369
10. 8.6 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) 306,747
11. 8.5 Lawrence of Arabia (1962) 74,988
12. 8.5 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) 30,912
13. 8.5 WALL·E (2008) 163,046
14. 8.5 Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (2001) 92,403
15. 8.5 Aliens (1986) 159,916
16. 8.4 Avatar (2009) 195,613
17. 8.4 The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) 55,389
18. 8.4 Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) 147,110
19. 8.4 Metropolis (1927) 36,484
20. 8.4 Up (2009) 83,206
21. 8.4 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 151,010
22. 8.3 Back to the Future (1985) 186,867
23. 8.3 The Great Escape (1963) 57,945
24. 8.3 Per qualche dollaro in più (1965) 39,450
25. 8.3 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) 161,923
26. 8.3 Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983) 199,204
27. 8.3 Gladiator (2000) 259,415
28. 8.3 Mononoke-hime (1997) 60,782
29. 8.3 The Gold Rush (1925) 19,295
30. 8.2 The Wizard of Oz (1939) 96,940
31. 8.2 Ben-Hur (1959) 54,726
32. 8.2 Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) 3,175
33. 8.2 Vuk (1981) 1,898
34. 8.2 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) 53,924
35. 8.2 Into the Wild (2007) 87,537
36. 8.2 Davaro (1981) 1,404
37. 8.2 The Lion King (1994) 124,240
38. 8.2 Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) 11,296
39. 8.2 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) 133,958
40. 8.1 Star Trek (2009) 117,733
41. 8.1 Stand by Me (1986) 84,115
42. 8.1 Ivan Vasilevich menyaet professiyu (1973) 2,776
43. 8.1 Sullivan’s Travels (1941) 8,498
44. 8.1 Finding Nemo (2003) 152,249
45. 8.1 Toy Story (1995) 134,372
46. 8.1 Macskafogó (1986) 3,523
47. 8.1 The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) 21,730
48. 8.1 Anbe Sivam (2003) 1,310
49. 8.1 The Princess Bride (1987) 118,200
50. 8.1 King Kong (1933) 36,200

Top 50 Action Movies

Rank Title
1 Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
2 The Dark Knight (2008)
3 Shichinin no samurai (1954)
4 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
5 Star Wars (1977)
6 Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
7 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
8 The Matrix (1999)
9 North by Northwest (1959)
10 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
11 Apocalypse Now (1979)
12 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948)
13 Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
14 Saving Private Ryan (1998)
15 Aliens (1986)
16 Das Boot (1981)
17 Avatar (2009)
18 Mihai Viteazul (1970)
19 Metropolis (1927)
20 Sherlock Jr. (1924)
21 The General (1926)
22 The Great Escape (1963)
23 Full Metal Jacket (1987)
24 Le salaire de la peur (1953)
25 Braveheart (1995)
26 Sin City (2005)
27 Per qualche dollaro in più (1965)
28 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
29 Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983)
30 Satya (1998)
31 Gladiator (2000)
32 Oldboy (2003)
33 Yojimbo (1961)
34 Batman Begins (2005)
35 District 9 (2009)
36 Blade Runner (1982)
37 Die Hard (1988)
38 Ran (1985)
39 Heat (1995)
40 Ben-Hur (1959)
41 Platoon (1986)
42 Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992)
43 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007)
44 The Wild Bunch (1969)
45 Star Trek (2009)
46 Ivan Vasilevich menyaet professiyu (1973)
47 The Terminator (1984)
48 All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)
49 The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
50 Kozure Ôkami: Sanzu no kawa no ubaguruma (1972)

50 Promising Indonesian Universities

Ada 2684 Institusi Pendidikan Tinggi di Indonesia, Berikut merupakan links website 50 Perguruan Tinggi Swasta yang mempunyai kredibilitas Nasional dan mempunyai keinginan untuk dapat bekerja sama secara International (Diurut secara alfabet).

– Ahmad Dahlan University : www.uad.ac.id

– Airlangga University : www.unair.ac.id

– Atma Jaya Catholic University Jakarta : www.atmajaya.ac.id

– Atma Jaya University Yogyakarta : www.uajy.ac.id

– Bandung Polytechnic for Manufacturing : www.polman-bandung.ac.id

– Bandung State Polytechnic : www.polban.ac.id

– Bina Nusantara University : www.binus.ac.id

– Bogor Agricultural University : www.ipb.ac.id

– Bunda Mulia University : www.bundamulia.ac.id

– Diponegoro University : www.undip.ac.id

– Gadjah Mada University : www.ugm.ac.id

– Indonesian Institute of the Arts, Jogja : www.isi.ac.id

– Indonesian Institute of the Arts , Denpasar : www.isi-dps.ac.id

– Indonesian Institute of the Arts , Surakarta : www.stsi-ska.ac.id

– Institut Teknologi Bandung : www.itb.ac.id

– Institute Teknologi Sepuluh November : www.its.ac.id

– Jakarta Institute of the Arts, The : www.ikj.ac.id

– Jember University : www.unej.ac.id

– Jenderal Soedirman University : www.unsoed.ac.id

– Maranatha Christian University : www.maranatha.edu

– Merdeka University – Malang : www.unmer.ac.id

– Muhammadiyah University of Malang : www.umm.ac.id

– Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta : www.ums.ac.id

– Padang State Polytechnic : www.polinpdg.ac.id

– Padang State University : www.unp.ac.id

– Padjadjaran University : www.unpad.ac.id

– Palangkaraya University : www.upr.ac.id

– Pancasila University : www.univpancasila.ac.id

– Parahyangan Catholic University : www.unpar.ac.id

– Pasundan University : www.unpar.ac.id

– Pelita Harapan University : www.uph.ac.id

– Sanata Dharma University : www.usd.ac.id

– Satya Wacana Christian University : www.uksw.edu

– Sebelas Maret University : www.uns.ac.id

– Soegijopranata Catholic University : www.unika.ac.id

– Sriwijaya University : www.unsri.ac.id

– State University of Malang : www.malang.ac.id

– State University of Medan : www.unimed.ac.id

– Supra School of Bussiness and Computer : www.supra.ac.id

– Tadulako University : www.untad.ac.id

– Telkom School of Engineering : www.stttelkom.ac.id

– Udayana University : www.unud.ac.id

– University of 17 Agustus 1945, The : www.untag-sb.ac.id

– University of Bengkulu : www.unib.ac.id

– University of Indonesia : www.ui.ac.id

– University of Mataram : www.unram.ac.id

– University of Surabaya : www.ubaya.ac.id

– Widyagama University of Malang : www.widyagama.ac.id

– Windya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya : www.wima.ac.id

– Yogyakarta State University : www.uny.ac.id

50 Games Teratas

Guinness World Records telah merilis 50 daftar Videogames yang paling penting dan berpengaruh dari waktu kewaktu. Dari 50 judul game yang telah mereka pada peringkatkan awal antara lain berinisial impact, gameplay and lasting legacy.

Super Mario Kart mengambil posisi pertama diikuti oleh Tetris dan Grand Theft Auto. Yang menjadi pertanayaannya adalah, apakah anda setuju dengan penilaian tersebut? jika anda tanya saya, Saya akan memilih Resident Evil IV sebagai permainan terbaik yang pernah dibuat.

Berikut adlaah daftar permainan yang tertuang dalam Guinness World Records:

1. Super Mario Kart
2. Tetris
3. Grand Theft Auto
4. Super Mario World
5. Zelda Ocarina of Time
6. Halo
7. Resident Evil IV
8. Final Fantasy XII
9. Street Fighter II
10. GoldenEye
11. Super Mario 64
12. Tomb Raider
13. Metal Gear Solid
14. Call of Duty 4
15. Sonic the Hedgehog 2
16. GTA San Andreas
17. Super Mario Bros
18. Zelda: A Link to the Past
19. Gran Turismo
20. Final Fantasy VII
21. Pro Evolution Soccer 4
22. The Orange Box
23. Lego Star Wars Complete Saga
24. Tekken 2
25. Wii Sports
26. Pokemon Red/Blue
27. Guitar Hero
28. Project Gotham Racing 4
29. Super Mario Galaxy
30. Resident Evil
31. Ico
32. Chrono Trigger
33. Gunstar Heroes
34. Soul Calibur
35. Advance Wars
36. Ridge Racer
37. Super Metroid
38. Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
39. GTA Vice City
40. BioShock
41. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
42. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
43. God of War
44. Sega Rally Championship
45. Starfox 64
46. Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
47. WarioWare Inc
48. Saturn Bomberman
49. Crash Bandicoot
50. Outrun 2

Top 50 Blogs in Indonesia

1

Lifehacker

http://lifehacker.com/

758 followers in Indonesia (25227 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Technology, Life Tips, Productivity
Rating: (1487 Ratings)

2

Tips Facebook

http://www.tips-fb.com/

703 followers in Indonesia (1597 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: Tips, Trik, Facebook
Rating: (71 Ratings)

3

Telecom Business

http://www.setyobudianto.com

589 followers in Indonesia (1188 globally)
Language: English
Topics: telecom, wireless, cellular
Rating: (34 Ratings)

4

Internet Business

http://internet.setyobudian…

579 followers in Indonesia (1808 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Internet, Marketing, Business
Rating: (41 Ratings)

5

Kuncoro++

http://kun.co.ro

568 followers in Indonesia (942 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics:
Rating: (51 Ratings)

6

ProBlogger – Blog Tips to Help You Make Money B…

http://www.problogger.net

516 followers in Indonesia (14330 globally)
Language: English
Topics: make money online, blogging, technology
Rating: (949 Ratings)

7

KOMPAS.com Official Blog

http://kompascom.kompasiana…

511 followers in Indonesia (704 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: kompas.com, announcement, what’s new
Rating: (16 Ratings)

8

Lowongan Plus

http://www.lowonganplus.com

496 followers in Indonesia (901 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: Lowongan, Kerja, Beasiswa
Rating: (31 Ratings)

9

Kristupa Saragih @ Kompasiana

http://kristupa.kompasiana.com

400 followers in Indonesia (914 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: photography, community, asia
Rating: (49 Ratings)

10

TechCrunch

http://www.techcrunch.com

377 followers in Indonesia (26439 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Web 2.0, Technology, Internet
Rating: (1602 Ratings)

11

Social Marketing and Blog Marketing Strategies

http://www.fridaytrafficrep…

371 followers in Indonesia (19675 globally)
Language: English
Topics: social marketing, blog marketing, website promotion
Rating: (487 Ratings)

12

Footnotes in Black and White

http://wandererjourney.blog…

351 followers in Indonesia (884 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Rangefinder, photography
Rating: (75 Ratings)

13

Free Blogger Template

http://ferryhz.blogspot.com/

331 followers in Indonesia (576 globally)
Language: English
Topics: template, theme, blogger
Rating: (18 Ratings)

14

>>NIDJIzone

http://nidji.blogspot.com

330 followers in Indonesia (5238 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: music, nidji, nidjiholic
Rating: (124 Ratings)

15

..\Rahmat\Zikri

http://www.zikri.com

327 followers in Indonesia (785 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: personal, tips
Rating: (23 Ratings)

16

::: WISATA JIWA :::

http://wisatajiwa.wordpress…

325 followers in Indonesia (459 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: kehidupan, pemikiran pribadi, damai
Rating: (4 Ratings)

17

ReadWriteWeb

http://www.readwriteweb.com/

322 followers in Indonesia (17375 globally)
Language: English
Topics: technology, reviews, startups
Rating: (854 Ratings)

18

RepublikFoto

http://blog.republikfoto.com

282 followers in Indonesia (490 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: Photography, Journal, Indonesia
Rating: (12 Ratings)

19

EnGadget

http://www.engadget.com

272 followers in Indonesia (11077 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Technology, Trends, Gadgets
Rating: (527 Ratings)

20

Cuaderno Abierto, de Alberto Ruy Sánchez

http://albertoruysanchez.bl…

272 followers in Indonesia (14290 globally)
Language: Spanish
Topics: Literatura, Erotismo, Life
Rating: (636 Ratings)

21

Kehangatan Blog EsHaPe

http://eshape.wordpress.com/

243 followers in Indonesia (517 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: kehangatan, keluarga, eshape
Rating: (33 Ratings)

22

photojournalist in the move

http://www.sumaryantobronto…

238 followers in Indonesia (312 globally)
Language: English
Topics: photojournalist, documentary
Rating: (5 Ratings)

23

The Raw Deal

http://www.therawdealblog.com/

229 followers in Indonesia (12713 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Business, Culture, Life
Rating: (411 Ratings)

24

Pepih Nugraha @ Kompasiana

http://pepihnugraha.kompasi…

226 followers in Indonesia (752 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: community, social networking, politics
Rating: (30 Ratings)

25

Wired News

http://www.wired.com

224 followers in Indonesia (23873 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Science, Technology, Space
Rating: (746 Ratings)

26

Jurnal Hukum

http://jurnalhukum.blogspot…

221 followers in Indonesia (522 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: Hukum, Konstitusi, Hak Asasi Manusia
Rating: (15 Ratings)

27

KAMERAPINJAMANdotcom

http://kamerapinjaman.com

218 followers in Indonesia (525 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: Fotografi, Kamera, Indonesia
Rating: (33 Ratings)

28

Mashable

http://mashable.com

210 followers in Indonesia (20756 globally)
Language: English
Topics: technology, startups, social networks
Rating: (1427 Ratings)

29

maseko’s weblog

http://maseko.com

209 followers in Indonesia (397 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: komputer, internet, software
Rating: (29 Ratings)

30

The Journey

http://www.andybraner.com

201 followers in Indonesia (11381 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Faith, Community, Global Awareness
Rating: (235 Ratings)

31

Blog Cosa Aranda

http://blog.cosaaranda.com

197 followers in Indonesia (484 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: bisnis internet, personal blog, cosa aranda
Rating: (55 Ratings)

32

A-Plus Design Consultant

http://www.architectplus.info

192 followers in Indonesia (352 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Architect, Interior, Designer
Rating: (9 Ratings)

33

GADIS RANTAU

http://kristinadiansafitry….

190 followers in Indonesia (344 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: Berita, Hong Kong, Goresan
Rating: (18 Ratings)

34

Ihwanul Iman’s Weblog

http://www.ihwanuliman.com

188 followers in Indonesia (414 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: moments, personal, life
Rating: (24 Ratings)

35

Klinik Rohani

http://www.klinikrohani.com/

181 followers in Indonesia (440 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: Renungan, Kisah Kehidupan, Cerita Iman
Rating: (18 Ratings)

36

Finally Woken

http://finally-woken.com

176 followers in Indonesia (363 globally)
Language: English
Topics: expat, culture shock, UK
Rating: (18 Ratings)

37

DonnyVerdianNET

http://www.donnyverdian.net

171 followers in Indonesia (478 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: personal, spiritual, light
Rating: (13 Ratings)

38

Design Observer

http://www.designobserver.com/

167 followers in Indonesia (11001 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Design, Art, Life
Rating: (356 Ratings)

39

Enda Nasution’s Weblog

http://enda.goblogmedia.com

166 followers in Indonesia (319 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: indonesia, jakarta, blog
Rating: (26 Ratings)

40

The Marketing Minute

http://www.drewsmarketingmi…

162 followers in Indonesia (10526 globally)
Language: English
Topics: marketing, branding, business
Rating: (215 Ratings)

41

InaPurple

http://inapurple.com

161 followers in Indonesia (215 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: Personal, Social, Hobby
Rating: (7 Ratings)

42

Si Bungsu

http://sibungsu.com

155 followers in Indonesia (308 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics:
Rating: (9 Ratings)

43

nonadita – enjoy this life!

http://nonadita.com

150 followers in Indonesia (280 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: nonadita, blog, colorful
Rating: (22 Ratings)

44

tikabanget’s chaotic mind

http://tikabanget.com

145 followers in Indonesia (244 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: begitulah, beginilah, begonolah
Rating: (9 Ratings)

45

Mimeblogger

http://mimeblogger.com

138 followers in Indonesia (345 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: lifehack, blogging, online marketing
Rating: (22 Ratings)

46

HoneyBee Movies Addiction

http://hanitje.blogdrive.com

134 followers in Indonesia (233 globally)
Language: English
Topics: Movies
Rating: (12 Ratings)

47

Edi Taslim @ Kompasiana

http://editaslim.kompasiana…

133 followers in Indonesia (227 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: computing, internet, social networking
Rating: (13 Ratings)

48

hanum’s blog

http://hanum.info

132 followers in Indonesia (384 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: education, technology, elearning
Rating: (16 Ratings)

49

Oh My Tote Bag!

http://ohmytotebag.onsugar.com

132 followers in Indonesia (413 globally)
Language: English
Topics: personal, fashion, design
Rating: (20 Ratings)

50

Raja Saor Blog

http://raja1987.blogspot.com/

113 followers in Indonesia (347 globally)
Language: Indonesian
Topics: law, indonesia, legal
Rating: (8 Ratings)

Top 50 Freeware 2009

Kehidupan sehari-hari kita dipenuhi dengan banyak freeware. Hampir 80% dari pengguna internet tidak mampu membeli perangkat lunak yang berbayar. Apakah Anda pernah membeli perangkat lunak apapun untuk penggunaan pribadi seperti mendengarkan musik atau browsing situs web? (Ada yang menjawab “Ya”, tetapi kemungkinan di bawah 10%). Coba tebak apa yang terjadi jika Firefox, Internet Explorer atau Chrome menjadi berbayar?

Dalam konsep dasar kita sering bingung mengenai istilah freeware, open source, software gratisan, perangkat lunak shareware dan software berbayar. Istilah freeware berarti ditawarkan secara gratis dan dapat dengan mudah didownload dari Internet. Beberapa perangkat lunak yang bebas tetapi membutuhkan pengguna untuk melihat iklan sewaktu menggunakan program tidak dapat dinyatakan dalam kelas freeware namun sebenarnya adalah sebuah adware. Selain itu freeware juga berbeda dari shareware yang memiliki durasi yang spesifik dan memerlukan periode jejak pembayaran setelah berakhirnya tanggal coba (trial period).

Berikut adalah daftar 50 + 1 freeware teratas yang paling sering di-download sepanjang tahun 2009:

  1. Adobe Reader 9.1
  2. Advanced SystemCare Free
  3. Anti-Virus Free Edition
  4. Any Video Converter
  5. Apple iTunes
  6. Apple QuickTime
  7. Avant Browser
  8. Avast Home Edition Free
  9. AVG
  10. Avira AntiVir Personal – Free Antivirus
  11. BitComet 1.12
  12. BS.Player
  13. Camfrog Video Chat
  14. CCleaner
  15. Download Accelerator Plus
  16. Easeus Partition Manager 3.5
  17. Flash Player
  18. FLV Player
  19. Free YouTube to MP3 Converter
  20. FreeZ Online TV
  21. FrostWire
  22. Glary Utilities
  23. GOM Media Player
  24. Hotspot Shield
  25. Internet Explorer 8
  26. IrfanView
  27. JetAudio Basic
  28. LimeWire
  29. Little Fighter
  30. ManyCam Virtual Webcam
  31. Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10
  32. MP3 Rocket
  33. ObjectDock
  34. Orbit Downloader
  35. Paint.NET
  36. PaltalkScene 9.7
  37. PhotoScape
  38. PrimoPDF
  39. Riva FLV Encoder
  40. Smart Defrag
  41. Spybot – Search & Destroy
  42. SpywareBlaster
  43. Trend Micro HijackThis
  44. Trillian
  45. uTorrent
  46. VLC Media Player
  47. Windows Live Messenger
  48. Windows Movie Maker (Windows XP) 2.1
  49. Wise Registry Cleaner
  50. WordWeb
  51. YouTube Downloader