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Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Kermit the Frog pursues Hollywood dreams and, along the way, picks up playtime buds Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, and Gonzo.
Current Score:
88
Total Votes:
190
2
The off-kilter British sketch-comedy show is brilliant as a stream-of-consciousness movie based on the legend of King Arthur.
Current Score:
75
Total Votes:
185
3
Leslie Nielson’s turn as doltish Detective Frank Drebin spun the short-lived cop satire Police Squad! into a successful movie franchise.
Current Score:
60
Total Votes:
162
4
The '50s TV drama was a hit 1987 movie, with a David Mamet script, Kevin Costner as agent Elliot Ness, and Robert De Niro as Al Capone.
Current Score:
52
Total Votes:
158
5
The crude brand of social commentary on South Park (on air since 1992) works well in the full-length movie.
Current Score:
-11
Total Votes:
169
6
This $60-million adaptation of the hit sci-fi show tied perfectly into the series, which was still being aired at the time of its release.
Current Score:
-39
Total Votes:
159
7
This 1955 TV movie turned big-screen flick -- about a 34-year-old Bronx bachelor living with his mom -- won a Best Picture Oscar.
Current Score:
-41
Total Votes:
109
8
David Lynch's prequel to his cult television series takes viewers into the life of murder victim Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee).
Current Score:
-64
Total Votes:
126
9
Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx bring the tastemaking '80s TV show to the big screen -- sans the Armani sports coats and synth music.
Current Score:
-80
Total Votes:
148