To Kill a Mockingbird
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Atticus Finch sets a noble example, taking on the case of a black man accused of rape in a small Alabama town in the '30s.
Current Score:
157
Total Votes:
211
2
This drama, about the trials held to bring Third Reich henchman to justice, explores the dark side of simply following orders.
Current Score:
55
Total Votes:
143
3
A property lawyer does some slick maneuvering to free imprisoned slaves from Spanish ship Amistad, arguing they're stolen goods.
Current Score:
34
Total Votes:
148
4
A Supreme Court justice must be able to go against popular opinion, as Justice Earl Warren does in this murder flick.
Current Score:
24
Total Votes:
150
5
Yes, it’s about a 1925 trial in which a Tennessee schoolteacher is arrested for teaching evolution, but it's relevant today.
Current Score:
16
Total Votes:
140
6
A great justice should know the art of persuasion, best exemplified in this 1956 film about a con artist who promises rain for $100.
Current Score:
3
Total Votes:
129
7
Porno magazines may stir the moral wrath of common people, but this movie explores the legal rights of smut peddler Larry Flynt.
Current Score:
-1
Total Votes:
143
8
Corruption does not pay, in this Tim Burton remake: a judge falsely accuses and exiles a barber, who then turns murderous.
Current Score:
-20
Total Votes:
144
9
When a former SS guard (Kate Winslet) is blamed for the deaths of 300 Jewish women, questions of duty confront her judges.
Current Score:
-23
Total Votes:
125
10
The ultimate fantasy for a judge? A dark future where crime is controlled by all-powerful justices who also act as jury and executioners.
Current Score:
-39
Total Votes:
129