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Fellini biographer Hollis Alpert noted that in the months following its release, critical commentary on 8½ proliferated as the film "became an intellectual cud to chew on".  Philosopher and social critic Dwight Macdonald , for example, insisted it was "the most brilliant, varied, and entertaining movie since Citizen Kane ".  In 1987, a group of thirty European intellectuals and filmmakers voted Otto e mezzo the most important European film ever made.  In 1993, Chicago Sun-Times film reviewer Roger Ebert wrote that "despite the efforts of several other filmmakers to make their own versions of the same story, it remains the definitive film about director's block".  It came number two on the 1992 and 2002 Sight & Sound Director's Poll beaten only by Citizen Kane . 8½ is a fixture on the British Film Institute's Sight & Sound critics' and directors' polls of the top ten films ever made. It ranked number two on the magazine's 2002 Directors' Top Ten Poll and number eight on the Critics' Top Ten Poll  and stayed within the top ten, but slightly lower in the 2012 poll (number four on the 2012 directors' poll  and ten on the 2012 critics' poll).  Director Martin Scorsese also listed it as one of his favourite films of all time.