What is Listology?

The short answer to the question above is this: Listology is a repository of movie, book, music, television and other lists.

Creating lists couldn't be easier; you just create an ID, write up your list, and hit "Save."
If you're just here to browse, have a look at the recent activity on the site, or use the box to the left to search for your favorite movie (or book, etc.). If you're having a hard time getting started, here's some Favorite Movie By Genre lists.

"A New Sith, or Revenge of the Hope"

Keith Martin took the time to consider the films and write-up this reconsideration of Star Wars (Episode IV) in light of what we learn in the prequels. It's quite amusing and makes a few salient points.

Spy vs. Spy

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Ebert revisits the Video Games Can Never Be Art debate. If you are interested in the topic be sure to read the comments as well.

Design Of A Decade

Glenn Dunks of Stale Popcorn just made his first 50 entries in his favorite Characters, Craft, Credits, Dialogue, Experience, Marketing, Music, People, Performance, Scenes, Shots and Trends in movies of the decade past. He is calling his list Design of a Decade and here are the rules he has laid out for himself.

Six

Philadelphia Weekly's Matt Prigge has a recurring movie list with Six as its theme. This week's list is Six of the Saddest Movies Ever Made.