The best films according to critics Citizen Kane (Citizen Kane) Orson Welles has been selected number one by the British magazine Sight and Sound on the results of six polls of critics, which is held every ten years. In another vote, where his The view expressed predominantly directors, Citizen Kane as well took the first place. There are two other rankings, where the film has been awarded first place – it's Time Out (1995) and the American Film Institute (AFI) (1998) Rules of the Game (La Regle du Jeu) the director's Jean Renoir (Jean Renoir) was named film in the cinema of the French magazine Positif in 1991. He also confidently held second place ranking Village Voice. Additionally, the Battleship Potemkin, there were only two pictures that were present in each rating Sight and Sound. Battleship Potemkin was chosen as the best film of all time by a special commission of experts on the world exhibition of World's Fair in 1958. Bicycle Thieves – (The Bicycle Thief) was chosen as the number one magazine Sight and Sound in 1952. According to the book Halliwell's Top 1000, which tells a thousand names of movies, top 6 as follows: 1 – Tokyo story (Tokyo Story), 2 – Rules of the Game (La Regle du Jeu), Lawrence of Arabia (Lawrence of Arabia) ( 3) The Godfather (The Godfather Trilogy) ( 4) and the Seventh Samurai (The Seven Samurai) ( 5). Citizen Kane (Citizen Kane) is in sixth position. The best films according to public Godfather (The Godfather) in the first place ranking IMDb's top 250 films.