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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Thu Jun 21, 2018 11:17 pm
Btw, guys interesting fact - only 1 film in the top ten is from the 21st century. All others are pre-2000. The average release year of the film in the top 10 is 1991.
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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Thu Jun 21, 2018 11:38 pm

Rank 8
12 Angry Men (1957)




Top 5 Placements - 1
Top 10 Placements - 4
Rank last year - 5 (-3)
Score - 587
No. Of Lists - 8
Average Rank - 12.875
Rotten Tomatoes - 100%
IMDB - 8.9

Metacritic - 96

Box office: 2m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

A dissenting juror in a murder trial slowly manages to convince the others that the case is not as obviously clear as it seemed in court.

Initial releaseApril 1957 (USA)
DirectorSidney Lumet
Story byReginald Rose
ScreenplayReginald Rose
AwardsBAFTA Award for Best Foreign Actormore

Personal Comments

Oh this is one film I am proud of you guys for it making it this high up. A legendary classic, the is the third film in the top 100, and the only one in the top 50, from the 50s. I have yet to meet someone, either in real life or online, who has ever thought this wasn't great. A fantastic film where every character was scripted very well. The film isn't your usual courtroom drama or a whodunit. Rather, it is about the 12 people in the title. 12 people who don't even know each others names. 12 strangers who've come together to decide the death of another stranger. It is about the getting over your prejudices, in fact about having the will to get over your prejudices, about having the courage to admit yourself wrong and about the even greater courage one needs to speak his mind. This is one film that stays in your mind long long after you've finished watching it. Anyone who's yet to see this ultimate classic I'd really advice them to do themselves a favour and get it asap.

This was put at number 2 by akshit, number 8 by Revant, number 9 by Sagar and number 7 by Kartikeya. 
This is also the last film on the list to be on 8 lists. All films from now on were on 9 or more lists.

Critic Reviews

Though this is an older film, its examination of the jury system is as valid as ever, and it may be even more important today when media sensationalism has such a strong effect on public perceptions.Full review

M. Faust
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Startlingly moving and powerful for a one-room, wordy drama...Full review

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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Thu Jun 21, 2018 11:55 pm

Rank 7
Dead Poet's Society (1989)




1st Rank Placements - 1
Top 5 Placements - 3
Top 10 Placements - 5
Rank last year - 9 (+2)
Score - 627
No. Of Lists - 9
Average Rank - 15.22
Rotten Tomatoes - 85%
IMDB - 8

Metacritic -79

Box office: 235.9 m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

John Keating, a progressive English teacher, encourages his students to break free from the norms, go against the status quo and live unapologetically.

Initial release2 June 1989 (USA)
DirectorPeter Weir
ScreenplayTom Schulman
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Original Screenplaymore
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Picturemore

Personal Comments

And the second film with Robin Williams as a teacher shows up a rank after the previous one. A truly inspiring film. It's a film you can never forget. If you are a student you're bound to love this one. Every single character is inspiring and relatable in some way or the other. The film has some really wonderful moments that you'll probably never forget, like the very end of the film. Williams turn as a progressive professor who's willing to do things differently to get the best out of his students is one of the iconic moments of western cinema. Even the soundtrack, especially the piece 'Keating's Triumph', is quite superb. It does have some minor flaws and some people don't really like the twist near the ending but all in all this is one of those films that'll forever stay close to your heart.

This was put by Sagar at the top of his list, at number 5 by Pavan, number 8 by Murtaza, number 10 by Revant and at number 3 by Kartikeya. 

Critic Reviews

Older kids fall hard for this stirring coming-of-age drama; they love the way it challenges them to think for themselves. The story also tugs at their heartstrings. Full review

Randy White
Common Sense Media


Beautifully directed and with an Oscar-winning story, Dead Poets is an often overlooked screen gem. Itís notable also for a baby-faced Ethan Hawke and a premium performance from Robin Williams. Full review

Angie Errigo
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Many people cried at the screening I attended. I sniffled, too. For the movie that might have been. Full review

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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Fri Jun 22, 2018 12:17 am

Rank 6
Se7en (1995)




Top 5 Placements - 2
Top 10 Placements - 5
Rank last year - 4 (-2)
Score - 662
No. Of Lists - 9
Average Rank - 13.33
Rotten Tomatoes - 80%
IMDB - 8.6

Metacritic -65

Box office: 327.3 m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

A serial killer begins murdering people according to the seven deadly sins. Two detectives, one new to the city and the other about to retire, are tasked with apprehending the criminal.

Initial release15 September 1995 (New York City)
DirectorDavid Fincher
Box office327.3 million USD
ScreenplayAndrew Kevin Walker
AwardsMTV Movie Award for Best Villainmore

Personal Comments

And the ULTIMATE MURDER MYSTERY THRILLER, in my opinion, just misses out the top 5! This film is unforgettable. It's scary, it's clever, and it's touching. Every character in the film is absolutely superb. Personally I consider this film's villain to be the best villain I've ever scene in any film ever, despite him having little actual screen time. That villain exposition scene near the end... it just blows me away, in but a few moments we get to see into the villains mind and understand, and maybe even somewhat sympathize with, his reasons. To be able to do such a thing with such a psychotic villain in such a short span of time... just incredible. Other murder mystery thrillers should learn from this film and it's absolutely superb screenplay, given by Andrew Kevn Walker. The film also has one of the best endings of any film ever too. That ending.... I'll really not say anything about it, one really needs to see it unspoiled, except that it will just blow your mind and stay with you long long after the film's done. The film's got its fare share of gore and schock moments but never indulges too much into it just for the sake of it. The cinematography deserves particular praise too for creating the dark atmosphere that engulfs the film throughout. You can just taste the misery pouring out from the city. And the direction by Fincher, absolutely incredible, managed to put it all together so well. The film could have lost its hold over itself at many different points had it not been for Fincher's skillful direction.

This is Fincher's 5th film on the list btw, he's now only behind Nolan who's had 7.

This was put at number 4 by me, number 2 by akshit, number 7 by Ayush, number 8 by Pranav and at number 8 by Kartikeya.

Critic Reviews

Envy and wrath are paired up for a twisted, gut-wrenching climax.Full review

Peter Travers
Rolling Stone


Dark, disturbing and occasionally gory, "Seven" is a psychological thriller that, along with Chinatown, is among the bleakest films in mainstream cinema history. Full review

Elliot Panek
Common Sense Media


A dark, gripping thriller which saves it's most shocking revelations for the final scenes. Full review

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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Fri Jun 22, 2018 12:38 am

Rank 5
The Matrix (1999)



Top 5 Placements - 2
Top 10 Placements - 5
Rank last year - 4 (-2)
Score - 674
No. Of Lists - 9
Average Rank - 12.55
Rotten Tomatoes - 87%
IMDB - 8.7

Metacritic -73

Box office: 463.5 m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

Thomas, a computer programmer, is led to fight an underground war against powerful computers who now rule the world with a system called 'The Matrix'.

Initial release31 March 1999 (USA)
DirectorsLana WachowskiLilly Wachowski
Featured songMain Title / Trinity Infinity
Box office463.5 million USD
ScreenplayLana WachowskiLilly Wachowski

Personal Comments

Matrix!! Oh if ever there was a better film. The best sci fi film ever is also the top sci fi in our list. This is an absolutely great film. Everybody who sees this loves this. This film is ultra memorable. Probably the coolest film ever.The costumes, the dialogues, the action... as cool as it gets. This film was basically a teenage boy's dream come true. The dialogue's got some real piece of gems, it's one of the most quotable films ever. Many of its scenes have went on to become iconic and have become eternally ingrained in pop culture, for example the blue pill/red pill scene. Its action sequences were revolutionary, and went on to influence thousands and thousands of films that followed. And yet, despite all this, the best part of the film was its story, with its smart and interesting concept, one that can actually change your view of the world, even if only for a short time. This film deserves any top 10 ever and I'm really happy it made it to our top 5.

This is also the last film to be on 9 lists. All the films left now are on 10 or more lists! This is also the last film to not be ranked first by anyone. That means every film in the top 4 was ranked first by at least one person!! Looks like everyone's gonna be pleased one way or the other! Talk about a solid top 4.

This was put at number 3 by me, number 3 by Sagar, number 9 by Pranav, number 6 by Andrew and at number 9 by Kartikeya.

Critic Reviews

This film is heavy on special effects and brooding paranoia, light on plot, dialogue, character, and even coherence. Full review

Nell Minow
Common Sense Media

The deliciously inventive Wachowskis have delivered the syntax for a new kind of movie: technically mind-blowing, style merged perfectly with content and just so damn cool. Full review

Ian Nathan
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If fashion dictates choosing sides, it's a lock for the kinky rebels who wear black leather and cool shades. Full review

Peter Travers
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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Fri Jun 22, 2018 12:43 am
Well can't argue with this one
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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Fri Jun 22, 2018 12:58 am

Rank 4
Jurassic World (2015)




1st Rank Placements - 1
Top 5 Placements - 3
Top 10 Placements - 6
Rank last year - DEY
Score - 723
No. Of Lists - 10
Average Rank - 13
Rotten Tomatoes - 71%
IMDB - 7

Metacritic -73

Box office: 1672 m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

A theme park showcasing genetically-engineered dinosaurs turns into a nightmare for its tourists when one of the dinosaurs escapes its enclosure. An ex-military animal expert steps up to save the day.
Initial release9 June 2015 (Hollywood)
DirectorColin Trevorrow
Box office167.2 crores USD
Budget: $150 million (gross); $129.3 million (net);
Did you know"Jurassic World" is the fourth-biggest worldwide film opening since 2002 ($524,909,010). wikipedia.org

Personal Comments

And one of the best films of the 21st Century ranks number 4 on our list! This film surprised everyone by being as good as it is. It broke so many box office records. It's still hailed as among the best films of the century by both critics and audience alike, as can be seen through its position on here. Personally I didn't feel that impressed by the film halfway through. But its second half was truly mesmerizing. And the climactic battle! One of the best I have ever seen. The visual effects were wonderful, the cinematography a thing of beauty. The cast worked together well and Pratt gave quite a good performance. The script was tight and didn't let the film get boring for even a single second. The direction was superb and put it all together perfectly. All in all a very deserving film. Maybe not worthy of this high a position but clearly popular enough to be able to still make it. Of course release of the second part recently might have also helped it by reminding people of the quality of the first part.

Critic Reviews

Jurassic World is a big, shiny, and entertaining roller coaster ride, though the 'World' is more interesting than the people. Full review
Sandy Schaefer
Screen Rant

In Jurassic World, a galumphing franchise reboot, there’s more flab than muscle as it lumbers from scene to scene. Full review

Manohla Dargis
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"Jurassic World" may not meet the expectations set by Steven Spielberg's original, but it does surpass the underwhelming sequels.Full review

Sandie Angulo Chen
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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Fri Jun 22, 2018 10:49 pm
TROOOOOLLLED! 


Like fuck did Jurassic World make it at number 4 on our list  lol! I'd have dumped the list before it began had such been the case. Don't worry guys, I made sure to only accept lists from people who can spell their name right. A fucking mediocre run-of-the-mill blockbuster like JW isn't making it anywhere near this high on our list. Hell, it wasn't put by a single one of the voters on his list. Nothing I said about it above is true. Disregard my personal comments completely, one of the greatest 21st century films, my foot. 


It was some good fun to see all of you be so convincingly fooled and to read through all the meltdowns on the group, though. Sorry, but as I have said before, I love feeding on frenzy  Twisted Evil


Anyways..... the real number 4 is up in the next post!!!


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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Fri Jun 22, 2018 10:49 pm

Rank 4 (for real this time)
The Dark Knight (2008)




1st Rank Placements - 1
Top 5 Placements - 3
Top 10 Placements - 6
Rank last year - 2 (-2)
Score - 737
No. Of Lists - 10
Average Rank - 13
Rotten Tomatoes - 94%
IMDB - 9 !!

Metacritic - 82
Box office: 1005 m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

After Gordon, Dent and Batman begin an assault on Gotham's organised crime, the mobs hire the Joker, a psychopathic criminal mastermind, who wants to bring all the heroes down to his level.
Release date18 July 2008 (India)
DirectorChristopher Nolan
Box office100.5 crores USD
VillainJoker
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting RoleMORE

Personal Comments

And what is widely considered the best film from the biggest and most popular genre of the century actually makes it to the 4th position of our list. This film took the entire world by storm when it was released. There were just so many things going for it. Nolan at the top of his game, a solid script, a great cast (minus gyllenhall's sister), one of the most beloved characters from across comics and, probably the one thing that elevated this film beyond just regular greatness, Heath Ledger as Joker - a performance that is without a doubt the most memorable and most iconic one this side of the 2000s. Yes, his death generated the extra hype that ended up making this the phenomenon it was but to attribute all of the film's success to that death would clearly be wrong. As is clear through the lasting love for the film - A decade has passed and the film still manages to make this high up on a list like this. This film gave superhero films the boost it needed to become the behemoth it has. Quite a lucky coincidence indeed that MCU began the same year this was released. 

This is the first film to be in the top 10 of 6 lists! It was put at the top of his list by Andrew, at number 7 by pavan and saiyyam, number 8 by Jebin, number 3 by pranav and number 4 by Revant.

Critic Reviews

Ledger’s performance is monumental, but The Dark Knight lives up to it. Nolan cements his position as Hollywood’s premier purveyor of blockbuster smarts – and the Batbike is kinda cool, too. Full review

Mark Dinning
Empire


Heads up: a thunderbolt is about to rip into the blanket of bland we call summer movies. Full review

Peter Travers
Rolling Stone


This sequel to 'Batman Begins' is mesmerizing and thought-provoking. But it shouldn't have been named after the good guy. This is the Joker's court, and he's not looking for a laugh. Full review
Paul Asay
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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Fri Jun 22, 2018 11:08 pm
The top 3 will all be revealed in a single post now! Be ready! This is what it has all been leading to. This is what you all were waiting for.
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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Sat Jun 23, 2018 12:22 am
3rd Rank:

Rank 3
Fight Club (1999)




1st Rank Placements - 2
Top 5 Placements - 4
Top 10 Placements - 7
Rank last year - 3 (0)
Score - 755
No. Of Lists - 10
Average Rank - 12.4
Rotten Tomatoes - 79%
IMDB - 8.8 !!

Metacritic - 66
Box office: 100.9 m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

Discontented with his capitalistic lifestyle, a white-collared insomniac forms an underground fight club with Tyler, a careless soap salesman. The project soon spirals down into something sinister.

Initial release: 21 September 1999 (USA)
DirectorDavid Fincher
Featured songWhere Is My Mind?
ScreenplayJim Uhls
Box office: 100.9 million USD

Personal Comments

Ah. THIS IS THE ULTIMATE ACTION ADRENALINE RUSH. This movie rocks. It fucking rocks. An edge of the seat adrenaline rush from the start till the end. The film's got it all - great cast and a superb director all at their best, some fucking great dialogues, a great concept that actually makes you think and to top it all of, a twist that you're never gonna see coming.  The cinematography and style of it all is also great in a very complementary way to the rest of the things. 
Fincher's 6th film on the list. Second only to Nolan who's had 8.


This is the first film to be in the top 10 of 7 lists, most on the lists tied with the first rank, and the ONLY ONE in the entire list to be at the top of 2 different lists! Its percent of top 10 votes and 1st rank votes are the highest on the entire list. It also has 4 top 5 votes, second highest on the list, behind only Grave of the fireflies. 
Akshit and Saiyyam gave this 1st place on their lists.  It was put at number 5 by me, number 9 by Pavan, at number 6 by Sagar, at number 4 by Pranav and at number 10 by Kartikeya. Andrew and Jebin were the two guys who didn't put this on their lists at all.

Critic Reviews

Even without the whiplash revelation, the film is a wild ride. Full review

Charles Cassady Jr.
Common Sense Media


Fight Club is one movie that exactly caught the pre-millennial tension. Great performances, stunning visuals and a plot like nothing you've ever seen - one of the films of the year. Full review

Adam Smith
Empire


Fight Club pulld you in, challenges your prejudices, rocks your world and leaves you laughing in the face of an abyss. It's alive, all right. It's also an uncompromising American classic. Full review

Peter Travers
Rolling Stone


In "Fight Club," young urban professionals are just empty, white-collar drones desperate to find meaning beyond cubicle walls. Full review
Bob Smithouser
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2nd Rank:

Rank 2
Schindler's list (1993)




1st Rank Placements - 1
Top 5 Placements - 2
Top 10 Placements - 6
Rank last year - 19 (+17)
Score - 787
No. Of Lists - 11
Average Rank - 14.27
Rotten Tomatoes - 96%
RT avg Rating- 9/10 !!!! 
IMDB - 8.9!!!

Metacritic - 93 !!!
Box office: 321.2 m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

Oskar Schindler, a German industrialist and member of the Nazi party, tries to save his Jewish employees after witnessing the persecution of Jews in Poland.

Initial release30 November 1993 (DC)
DirectorSteven Spielberg
Featured songPor una Cabeza
Box office321.2 million USD
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Picturemore

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And Schindler's list makes a huge jump from last year to get to rank 2 on our list! Amazing jump at this point of the list. A magnificent film, Spielberg's magnum opus. His 5th film on the list, making him the third most represented director on our list. A very very touching film that can move anyone to tears, I'd say this film deserves to be this high up. The way it was acted, shot and directed... just beautiful. Deserved all the oscars it got. A classic in all respects. That scene with the little girl in the red dress... just unforgettable.

It was put at the top of his list by Murtaza, at number 8 by Akshit,number 3 by Ayush, number 7 by Revant, number 9 by Sagar and number 6 by Kartikeya. I was the only guy to not put it in his list (You guys won't believe it but... it literally just missed my top 60 by coming at number 61 in the top 100 I prepared for this list)

Critic Reviews

There are few films more powerful and important than this 1993 winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture, but that's not why you should watch this film. Full review

Heather Boerner
Common Sense Media


Necessary holocaust movie made for a Western audience. At times over sentimental when the subject matter hardly needs any dressing up, this is a beautifully crafted, hopeful movie. Full review

Colin Kennedy
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1ST RANK!!:

No. 1
Shawshank Redemption (1994)


1st Rank Placements - 1
Top 5 Placements - 3
Top 10 Placements - 7
Rank last year - 1 (0)
Score - 884
No. Of Lists - 11
Average Rank - 9.909
Rotten Tomatoes - 91%
RT avg Rating- 8.2/10
IMDB - 9.3!!!

Metacritic - 80 !!!
Box office: 58.3 m$
 

Synopsis and General Info

Andy Dufresne, a successful banker, is arrested for the murders of his wife and her lover, and is sentenced to life imprisonment at the Shawshank prison. He becomes the most unconventional prisoner.

Initial release23 September 1994 (USA)
DirectorFrank Darabont
Story byStephen King
ScreenplayFrank Darabont
AwardsJapan Academy Prize for Outstanding Foreign Language Film,more

Personal Comments

Ah, and despite all the ups and downs throughout the list... the top ranker manages to maintain its position. What's that phrase? Oh, yeah "baap baap hota hain". Ah what more can I say about this film that hasn't already been said? A masterpiece, out and out. On the top of many such crowd ranked lists. Widely considered greatest film of all time. The characters, the script, those beautiful dialogues and the twist at the end. The biggest thing about it, probably, is how it makes you connect with its protagonist so well... it makes you feel him... and when he gets free at the end, you feel like it's you who has been freed. A film that can make you feel triumphant, victorious and probably even more hopeful about life itself.... is there any doubt why this film is loved as much as it is? A worthy champion for our list, cliche I guess, but worthy nonetheless. 

Point to note, btw, the competition for the top rank wasn't even close. While places 4-2 could all have switched places with a couple of different placings in some lists, that wouldn't have been the case for this one. It's jump from the previous film, in points, is the biggest one on the last by a big margin! 97 points!! Had Schindler's list had been on the remaining one list too, it still would have needed a first rank vote to outscore this one. Anything less wouldn't have worked. So this was a clear winner.

It was put at the top of his list by Kartikeya, at number 9 by me, number 6 by saiyyam, number 8 by Ayush, number 3 by Jebin, number 7 by pranav and number 2 by Sagar. Pavan was the one who didn't put it on his list at all.

Critic Reviews

If you don't love Shawshank, chances are you're beyond redemption.Full review

Ian Nathan
Empire



This is a movie that stands the test of time and still resonates with viewers. Call this the Stand by Me of prison stories. Full review

Heather Boerner
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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Wed Jul 04, 2018 5:36 pm

The Entire List



1-50




RankFilmScoreVotesAverage RankYearRT %Box Office
1The Shawshank Redemption (1994)884119.90909090919949158.3
2Schindlers List7871114.27272727199396321.2
3Fight Club (1999)7551012.4199979100.9
4The Dark Knight (2008)73710132008941005
5The Matrix (1999)674912.55555556199987463.5
6Seven (1995)662913.33333333199580327.3
7Dead Poets Society (1989)627915.22222222198985235.9
812 Angry Men (1957)587812.87519571002
9Good Will Hunting (1997)550917.55555556199797225.9
10Grave of the Fireflies (1988)54365.51988975
11The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)48768.833333333200191871.5
12The Silence of the Lambs (1991)462923.66666667199195272.7
13Inception442925.22222222201086828.3
14Prestige415614.33333333200676109
15Chinatown (1974)405614.8333333319749829.2
16Memento (2001)39572020019239.7
17Pulp Fiction380823.875199494213.9
18Interstellar362618.66666667201471667.5
19The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)345514.22003951120
20dark knight rises327516.42012871080
21The Godfather (part1)312624.5197298243.8
22Whiplash (2014)307623.520149449
23Logan290728.71428571201792619
24The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)285520200296926
24The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)28552019669725.1
26Benjamin Button282413.5200872334
27INFINITY WAR255523.62018832010
28Titanic (1997)250521.61997882187
29TAXI DRIVER245310.3333333319769828.3
30Finding Nemo (2003)235420.75200399307.1
31The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)232528.6200667307.1
32Life of Pi (2012)230525.4201288609
33catch me if you can230525.6200296352
34No Country for Old Men (2007)230526.4200793171.6
35Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)227526.620049372.3
36PSYCHO22042019609750
37Andaz Apna Apna (1994)215314.666666671994
38Shutter Island (2010)207529.4201068295
39ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST 200314.66666667197594109
40Saving Private Ryan200315.66666667199892481.8
41FORREST GUMP200423199472677.9
42Casablanca (1939)1973161942973.7
43Avatar (2009)195317.333333332009832788
44Godfather Part 2190315.6666666719749747.5
45Gone Girl (2014)190316.33333333201488370
46The Social Network190425.5201096224.9
47Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)187529.6201597378.8
48The Imitation Game175426.5201490233.5
49A Clockwork Orange17542819718926
50Mr. Nobody (2009)17026.52009663.5


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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

on Wed Jul 04, 2018 5:36 pm

51-100



RankFilmScoreVotesAverage RankYearRT %Box OfficeDirector
51Apocalypse Now170319.66666667197996150Francis Ford Coppola
52The Wolf Of Wall Street165428.5201378392Martin Scorsese
53top gun160320.33333333198655356.8Tony Scott
54The Lion King (1994)157324199493968Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers
55raiders of the lost ark145214.5198194389Steven Spielberg
56La La Land145325201692446Damien Chazelle
57There Will Be Blood14021320079176Paul Thomas Anderson
58Secret Life of Walter Mitty135217.5201351188Ben Stiller
59The Martian132327.66666667201591630Ridley Scott
60Grand Budapest Hotel120218.5201491174.8Wes Anderson
61Before Sunset (2004)120328.3333333320049516Richard Linklater
62Before Sunrise (1995)120328.6666666719951005.5Richard Linklater
63batman begins110221200584374Christopher Nolan
64The Theory of Everything (2014)110433.25201478123.7James Marsh
65Nightcrawler (2014)109541.420149538.7Dan Gilroy
66Inglorious Basterds107222200988321.5Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth
67Jurrasic Park 11072231993921029Steven Spielberg
67Vertigo (1958)1052231958967.3Alfred Hitchcock
69Hacksaw ridge                        105224201686175.3Mel Gibson
702001: A Space Odyssey100223196892170Stanley Kubrick
71Pianist9712200295120.1Roman Polanski
72Home Alone9713199062477Chris Columbus
74Insomnia9515200292113.7Christopher Nolan
74Rocky9515197693225John G. Avildsen
75Akira (1988)9533419888749Katsuhiro Otomo
76BLADE RUNNER 20499016201787259Denis Villeneuve
76The boy in the striped Pajamas901620086344Mark Herman
76The Dreamers901620036115Bernardo Bertolucci
79Zodiac90223.520079084David Fincher
80Avengers90225.52012921518Joss Whedon
81Upstream Colour85182013860.444Shane Carruth
81Die Hard8518198893140.8John McTiernan
83About Elly85192009990.47Asghar Farhadi
843 Idiots (2009)82337.66666667200910090Rajkumar Hirani
85Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)82338201491773.3James Gunn
86Birdman80110201492103.2Alejandro González Iñárritu
87spotlight8022620159788.3Tom McCarthy
88AMERICAN BEAUTY80227.5199988356.3Sam Mendes
89The Big short80228.5201581133.4Adam McKay
89Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)80228.51975975Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones
91The Departed80335.33333333200690291.46Martin Scorsese
92Rear Window72339.66666667195410036.7Alfred Hitchcock
93In Bruges7011120088433.4Martin McDonagh
93Gladiator70111200077460.5Ridley Scott
9512 years a slave70114201396187Steve McQueen
95The Master7011420128528.26Paul Thomas Anderson
95Pans Labyrinth7011420069583.25Guillermo del Toro
98Troy70115200454497Wolfgang Petersen
98Phone Booth7011520037197.8Joel Schumacher
98way back home70115


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Re: The Best Films of ALL TIME Countdown thread - 2018

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RankFilmScoreVotesAverage Rank
101Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire70228.5
101Watchmen70228.5
103A beautiful mind70230.5
103Deadpool 270230.5
105Toy Story (1995)70231
106The Truman Show (1998)65232.5
107Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)62239
108Dunkirk60116
108Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 160116
108Rush60116
108John Wick60116
112Drishyam60117
113Bourne Supremacy60118
113The unusual suspects60118
113Downfall60118
116Jungle Book60119
116Brand New Testament60119
116Bourne Ultimatum60119
116Millenium Actress60119
116The Hangover60119
121The Sound of Music60120
121DeadPool60120
121My life as a courgette60120
124Black Swan60231.5
125REQUIEM FOR A DREAM60234
126The Incredibles55233.5
127Zindagi na Milegi Dobaara50121
128Citizen Kane50122
128Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone50122
128Moonrise Kingdom50122
128Salt50122
132Your Name50123
132Whisper of the Heart (1995)50123
132Collateral50123
132Barfi!50123
136District 950124
136before midnight50124
138last samurai50125
138My Neighbour Totoro (1988)50125
138Mad Max 150125
141Back to the Future (1985)50343
142Locke (2014)45239.5
143Garden of Words (2013)42241
144Prisoners42244
145Remember the Titans40126
145Gangs of Wasseypur40126
145Once upon a time in the west40126
148Wizard of Oz40127
148Harry Potter and the Order of Pheonix40127
148Notting Hill40127
148The Reader40127
152The Big Sick40128
153Anand40128
154Around the world in 80 days40129
155few good men40129
156Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets40129
157Arrival40129
158Face Off40129
15930040130
160Minority Report40130
161Boyhood (2014)40130
162Iron Man 140130
163Reservoir dogs40130
164Manchester by the Sea (2016)40236.5
165Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006)35240
166Into the Wild30131
167Gol Maal30131
168Eyes Wide Shut30132
169Braveheart30132
170It's a wonderful life30133
171Night at the Museum30133
172Hangover 230133
173Princess Mononoke (1997)30134
174The Interview30134
175DONNIE DARKO30134
176Bhagam Bhaag30134
177Perfect Blue (1997)30135
178Survivor30135
179The Big Lebowski30135
180Spiderman 2 (tobey maguire waali)25243
181WALL·E (2008)20137
182Aladdin (1992)20138
183Tangled20138
184Ocean's Eleven20138
185Treasure Planet (2002)20140
186National Treasure20140
187Robin Hood (1973)15245
188Spirited Away (2001)15245.5
189Skyfall12246.5
190CIVIL WAR12249
191RASHOMON 10141
192The Intern10141
193GET OUT10142
194Black Mass10142
195Lagaan10143
196Mission Impossible 310143
197Cocktail10143
198Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 210144
199Don't breathe10144
200Shrek10145
201The Revenant10145
202Kiss Kiss Bang Bang10145
203Django Unchained10248
204Dumb and Dumber10249
205Ratatouille (2007)5146
206DRUNKEN MASTER5146
207angels and demons5148
208Taare Zameen Par5148
209A Silent Voice (2016)5148
210The Great Gatsby5149
211Inside Out (2015)5150
212Mission Impossible 52151
213Conjuring 12152
214Ramayana:The Legend of Prince Rama (1992)2152
215RUSH HOUR2152
216Annihilation2152
217Girl with dragon tattoo2153
218Beauty and the Beast (1991)2153
219THE FIGHTER2153
220It2154
221RAIN MAN2154
222Source Code2154
223Man of steel2155
224Back to the Future 32155
225AMERICAN PSYCHO2156
226Die hard 42157
227Blade Runner (1982)2157
228The exorcist2158
229I Robot2159
230Edge of tomorrow2159
231Home alone 22160
232WAR OF THE WORLDS2160
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