Pulp Fiction
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Tom Hanks won his second Oscar for this touching tale of a slow southern man who plays witness to the twentieth century.
Current Score:
1168
Total Votes:
2484
2
An epic retelling of D-day and a dangerous mission to rescue a soldier whose brothers have already perished in WWII.
Current Score:
807
Total Votes:
1953
3
The first full-length CGI film starred Tom Hanks and Tim Allen and set the stage for Pixar's dominance.
Current Score:
739
Total Votes:
1929
4
Tom Hanks won the first of his two Best Actor Oscars for Hollywood's first major exploration of AIDS.
Current Score:
370
Total Votes:
1758
5
Quentin Tarantino's breakout hit is violent, tells its story uniquely, and rejunivanted John Travolta's career.
Current Score:
164
Total Votes:
2458
6
Speilberg's landmark Holocaust movie stars Liam Neeson as Oskar Schindler, a German who saves Jews during the Holocaust.
Current Score:
149
Total Votes:
1783
7
Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro do it again, with help from Ray Liotta and others, in the nineties' greatest mob flick.
Current Score:
132
Total Votes:
2284
8
Anthony Hopkins plays one of the all-time great villains, cannibal Hannibal Lecter, in this Best Picture winner.
Current Score:
126
Total Votes:
2154
9
Harrison Ford stars as a doctor wrongly accused of murder, and Tommy Lee Jones is the U.S. marshal charged with catching him.
Current Score:
115
Total Votes:
1611
10
Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins star as inmates who keep hope alive for one another.
Current Score:
113
Total Votes:
2313
11
M. Night Shyamalan's breakout hit stars Bruce Willis and features one of the all-time great endings.
Current Score:
89
Total Votes:
1685
12
Eastwood won Best Director and Best Picture Oscars (and was nominated for Best Actor) for this modern Western.
Current Score:
83
Total Votes:
1667
13
Mel Gibson's epic about Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace and his quest for national independence.
Current Score:
72
Total Votes:
1830
14
The Coen brothers satirize Midwesterners in this cult classic, starring Frances McDormand, William H. Macy, and Steve Buscemi.
Current Score:
57
Total Votes:
1569
15
Sam Mendes directed this drama, which won six Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actor (Kevin Spacey).
Current Score:
-10
Total Votes:
1544
16
Speilberg's classic brought dinosaurs to life with previously unimaginable special effects.
Current Score:
-47
Total Votes:
1993
17
The Matrix, starring Keanu Reeves, redefined the way action movies were made and paved the way for two hit sequels.
Current Score:
-80
Total Votes:
1948
18
This noir-style crime drama explores fifties Hollywood and its criminal underpinnings.
Current Score:
-82
Total Votes:
1366
19
James Cameron's retelling of the infamous ship disaster redefined blockbuster.
Current Score:
-87
Total Votes:
1711
20
A Union soldier (Kevin Costner) is transferred to South Dakota, where he lives among Sioux Indians.
Current Score:
-92
Total Votes:
1336
21
Director John Singleton's debut poignantly chronicles three young black men growing up in Los Angeles.
Current Score:
-233
Total Votes:
1221
22
This quinessential romantic comedy stars Julia Roberts as a beautiful prostitute and Richard Gere as the corporate titan who loves her.
Current Score:
-240
Total Votes:
1318
23
A heartwarming tale of a jaded sports agent (Tom Cruise) rescued by a single mother (Renee Zellweger) and her young son.
Current Score:
-253
Total Votes:
1231
24
Billy Crystal's classic Western blends drama, comedy, and life on the trail.
Current Score:
-257
Total Votes:
1153
25
A chick flick that everyone can love, starring Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis as two women fleeing a crime.
Current Score:
-272
Total Votes:
1194