The Adventures of Robin Hood
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1
The first two movies in Francis Ford Coppola's operatic Mafia series (starring Marlon Brando and Al Pacino) are genre-defining classics.
Current Score:
7891
Total Votes:
55405
2
This life-affirming Stephen King adaptation stars Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman as two jailed prisoners who strike up a friendship.
Current Score:
7882
Total Votes:
59836
3
Michael Curtiz’s critically beloved landmark 1942 romance stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in career-defining turns.
Current Score:
7674
Total Votes:
36186
4
Victor Fleming’s 1939 star-studded Civil War tour de force finds Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh entangled in a fiery love affair.
Current Score:
7605
Total Votes:
32705
5
Victor Fleming’s timeless 1939 musical boasts some of the most loved songs in movie history as well as a star turn by Judy Garland.
Current Score:
7595
Total Votes:
31619
6
Harper Lee’s story is poignantly reimagined in this 1962 coming-of-age pic with a career-defining performance by Gregory Peck.
Current Score:
6725
Total Votes:
25841
7
Director and star Orson Welles’s masterful fictional biopic about the titular tycoon set a new standard for the movies that followed.
Current Score:
6454
Total Votes:
29366
8
James Stewart stars as the acrophobic detective at the heart of this 1958 tale of obsession also from the Hitchock canon.
Current Score:
5948
Total Votes:
28560
9
The first entry in George Lucas’s much-heralded fantastical space trilogy broke big technological ground as well as box-office records.
Current Score:
5786
Total Votes:
42816
10
Possibly the most influential thriller ever made, Alfred Hitchcock’s tale of a psychotic mama's boy (Anthony Perkins) hasn’t dimmed with age.
Current Score:
5464
Total Votes:
29036
11
Peter O’Toole nabbed the Oscar for his first major role, in David Lean’s breathtakingly gorgeous 1962 biopic.
Current Score:
5304
Total Votes:
20504
12
Often considered Spielberg’s masterpiece, this wrenching drama starring Liam Neeson as the titular hero is based on true events.
Current Score:
5280
Total Votes:
33036
13
Alfred Hitchcock’s voyeuristic triumph finds James Stewart and Grace Kelly navigating the twists and turns of a nail-biting thriller.
Current Score:
5171
Total Votes:
25761
14
This tale of a stricken average Joe (James Stewart) whose life is saved by an angel made director Frank Capra a household name.
Current Score:
5092
Total Votes:
27460
15
One of Hitchcock’s finest works of suspense, this mistaken-identity movie boasts crack performances by Cary Grant and James Mason.
Current Score:
5001
Total Votes:
22253
16
Jack Nicholson as a crazy-sane mental patient is one of many fine performances that anchor Milos Forman’s adaptation.
Current Score:
4283
Total Votes:
27373
17
Quentin Tarantino's stylish cult classic interweaves a series of vignettes about low-life criminals, lovers, and thugs.
Current Score:
4280
Total Votes:
34834
18
Disney’s first full-length animated masterpiece is a classic fairy tale that won hearts (and an Oscar) in 1937.
Current Score:
3314
Total Votes:
17574
19
Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese make movie magic in the tale of a rage-filled New York cabbie bent on correcting the world’s injustices.
Current Score:
3222
Total Votes:
23258
20
John Ford’s adaptation of the Steinbeck novel features one of Henry Fonda’s greatest performances ever.
Current Score:
3068
Total Votes:
14874
21
This 1959 Charlton Heston classic tells the epic story of Judah Ben-Hur on an ambitious scale made evident by its famed chariot race.
Current Score:
3014
Total Votes:
17376
22
Based on a true event, this 1957 war drama finds Alec Guinness’s British commander leading a perilous effort in the wilds of Burma.
Current Score:
2941
Total Votes:
16497
23
Steven Spielberg’s unforgettably terrifying flick brings Roy Scheider and Richard Dreyfuss to their knees before a giant mechanical shark.
Current Score:
2938
Total Votes:
26400
24
Mike Nichols’s 1967 coming-of-age classic stars Anne Bancroft as the rapacious seductress of Dustin Hoffman’s naive Ben Braddock.
Current Score:
2722
Total Votes:
16426
25
Stanley Kubrick’s hypnotic, thought-provoking mind bender was revolutionary in 1968 and has been a sci-fi staple ever since.
Current Score:
2701
Total Votes:
20083
26
Billy Wilder’s dark 1950 comedy features Gloria Swanson as an aging film queen and William Holden as her suitor.
Current Score:
2407
Total Votes:
13489
27
In Kubrick’s satire, fears come true when a psychotic general starts an all-out nuclear war.
Current Score:
2277
Total Votes:
15063
28
This acerbic Oscar-sweeping drama stars Bette Davis as an aging Broadway dame and Anne Baxter as a scheming young social climber.
Current Score:
2239
Total Votes:
13051
29
The only Hitchcock movie with a Best Picture Oscar, this gothic mystery stars Laurence Olivier as a moody widower.
Current Score:
2161
Total Votes:
14369
30
The inimitable Gene Kelly directs and stars in one of the most beloved musicals of the fifties, opposite Jean Hagen and Debbie Reynolds.
Current Score:
2018
Total Votes:
18248
31
Spielberg’s feel-good 1982 hit stars Drew Barrymore and Henry Thomas as young siblings who form a powerful bond with a cute alien.
Current Score:
1999
Total Votes:
23125
32
The pioneering 1933 horror-fantasy favorite stars Fay Wray as the comely blonde who entices the love-struck giant ape to his doom.
Current Score:
1853
Total Votes:
15319
33
Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn’s odd-couple chemistry anchors John Huston’s 1951 romantic adventure.
Current Score:
1817
Total Votes:
13253
34
One of Billy Wilder’s finest works, this classic noir stars Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck as co-conspirators in marital murder.
Current Score:
1775
Total Votes:
12033
35
Elia Kazan’s gritty, evocative drama has Marlon Brando as the former boxing champ who utters the famous line, “I coulda been a contender.”
Current Score:
1766
Total Votes:
13312
36
Billy Wilder directs Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon in this wonderfully satirical 1959 work about two jazz musicians on the lam.
Current Score:
1763
Total Votes:
13485
37
John Huston’s influential noir mystery stars Humphrey Bogart as a hard-drinking gumshoe tracking the elusive titular statue.
Current Score:
1738
Total Votes:
12604
38
Alfred Hitchcock’s ninth movie, starring Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant, features many iconic moments, including that famous marathon kiss.
Current Score:
1699
Total Votes:
14465
39
Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly are the married couple who add romance to this terse 1952 Western, a much-lauded classic of the genre.
Current Score:
1324
Total Votes:
11222
40
A visceral black-and-white drama about an aging boxer (Robert De Niro), Martin Scorsese’s 1980 flick is one of the best of its decade.
Current Score:
1202
Total Votes:
17134
41
Marlon Brando’s portrayal of a brute in Elia Kazan’s intense adaptation of the Tennessee Williams play is the stuff of movie legend.
Current Score:
1123
Total Votes:
12805
42
Jack Nicholson’s world-weary gumshoe anchors Roman Polanski’s 1974 noir, also starring Faye Dunaway and John Huston.
Current Score:
1069
Total Votes:
13951
43
Coppola’s nightmarish Vietnam epic, starring Marlon Brando and Martin Sheen, redefines the war flick and the dangers of the jungle.
Current Score:
1058
Total Votes:
19802
44
Disney’s legendary cartoon fantasy, which animates beloved selections of classical music, is still a freewheeling visual delight to this day.
Current Score:
717
Total Votes:
12741
45
Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck's chemistry drives this old-fashioned courtship story, which was nominated for ten Oscars in 1953.
Current Score:
624
Total Votes:
10798
46
Frank Capra’s madcap comedy pairs Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert as a reporter and a socialite who fall in love despite the odds.
Current Score:
554
Total Votes:
9704
47
William Wyler’s landmark 1946 drama follows three World War II vets, including Oscar winner Harold Russell, as they return home.
Current Score:
532
Total Votes:
9804
48
George Cukor’s sophisticated romantic farce stars Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, and James Stewart in a battle of societal wits.
Current Score:
439
Total Votes:
9837
49
Lewis Milestone’s hugely popular adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque's novel is the first great antiwar movie to be made with sound.
Current Score:
436
Total Votes:
9862
50
This complex Western, John Ford’s 1956 favorite, features the Duke in Indian territory on the hunt for his missing niece (Natalie Wood).
Current Score:
318
Total Votes:
12002
51
Star-crossed love gets the spotlight via Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer, and music by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim.
Current Score:
317
Total Votes:
14555
52
John Huston’s 1948 adventure stars Humphrey Bogart as one of three gold prospectors undone by their own good fortune.
Current Score:
315
Total Votes:
10857
53
Ridley Scott’s moody futuristic thriller boasts stunning effects and unmissable performances by Harrison Ford and Sean Young.
Current Score:
298
Total Votes:
16292
54
A great cast (Alan Ladd, Jack Palance) anchors George Stevens’s 1953 Western about a lone gunman defending a pioneer family.
Current Score:
268
Total Votes:
10304
55
This inspiring Frank Capra parable tells the story of a starry-eyed senator (James Stewart) who takes a stand against the political machine.
Current Score:
254
Total Votes:
12526
56
Laurence Olivier brings Emily Bronte’s Heathcliff to life in this brooding 1939 adaptation of the famous love story set on the moors.
Current Score:
249
Total Votes:
9471
57
Carol Reed’s haunting 1949 mystery has too many iconic parts to mention plus a sardonic turn by Orson Welles as a man presumed dead.
Current Score:
240
Total Votes:
9578
58
This 1938 swashbuckling costume epic stars Errol Flynn in arguably his greatest role, as the titular prince of thieves.
Current Score:
218
Total Votes:
11192
59
Lushly filmed on location in Ireland, John Ford’s gorgeous 1952 romance follows John Wayne as he travels to the country and finds a wife.
Current Score:
74
Total Votes:
11262
60
Orson Welles’s offbeat 1958 thriller follows a narcotics agent (Charlton Heston) out to take down a corrupt old cop (Welles).
Current Score:
-201
Total Votes:
10577
61
Widely considered Woody Allen’s finest work, this bittersweet New York romance posits Diane Keaton as his flighty, adorable foil.
Current Score:
-237
Total Votes:
11439
62
The drama that made James Dean an anti-hero for decades to come is also an unmissable snapshot of the fifties generation gap.
Current Score:
-247
Total Votes:
11525
63
Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway star as the irresistible outlaws at the heart of Arthur Penn’s controversial, stylish 1967 flick.
Current Score:
-544
Total Votes:
12870
64
Charlie Chaplin bids farewell to silent comedy with this laugh-a-minute 1936 satire in which he plays a victimized factory worker.
Current Score:
-648
Total Votes:
8660
65
Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant shine in the definitive screwball comedy of the thirties, courtesy of ace director Howard Hawks.
Current Score:
-664
Total Votes:
8770
66
Amazing stuntwork and great turns by John Wayne and Thomas Mitchell drive John Ford’s genre-defining high-stakes 1939 Western.
Current Score:
-678
Total Votes:
10200
67
Stanley Kubrick delivers a powerfully bleak, predictably intense antiwar drama, starring Kirk Douglas, about a military incursion gone awry.
Current Score:
-734
Total Votes:
8330
68
Packed with gags and zany humor, this 1933 comedy is one of the Marx brothers’ funniest, most surreal, and most beloved works.
Current Score:
-759
Total Votes:
9175
69
Howard Hawks’s classic noir sets the standard for private-detective flicks, with star turns by Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.
Current Score:
-974
Total Votes:
8680
70
Robert Mitchum’s performance drives this noirish thriller from director Charles Laughton about a psychopath prowling the Ohio River Valley.
Current Score:
-995
Total Votes:
8871
71
The first big-budget Marx brothers movie, this 1935 gem, about a group of wisecracking stowaways, is widely considered their best.
Current Score:
-1086
Total Votes:
8038
72
John Schlesinger’s gritty, provocative portrait of two unlikely friends provided career-defining roles for Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight.
Current Score:
-1116
Total Votes:
9614
73
Charlie Chaplin’s final and best silent film finds the Little Tramp helping a blind flower seller (Virginia Cherrill) regain her sight.
Current Score:
-1132
Total Votes:
8140
74
Some of Judy Garland’s greatest songs are integrated into this upbeat, captivating 1944 musical from director Vincente Minnelli.
Current Score:
-1331
Total Votes:
8477
75
Buster Keaton directs himself in this visually stunning 1926 silent comedy that many consider to be the amazing talent’s finest work.
Current Score:
-1350
Total Votes:
7854
76
Boris Karloff’s iconic lurching monster meets his match in Elsa Lanchester in this darkly witty 1935 sequel to the horror classic.
Current Score:
-1441
Total Votes:
8869
77
Orson Welles displays a refined touch in this 1942 costume drama about a nineteenth-century family’s struggles with the changing times.
Current Score:
-1534
Total Votes:
8222
78
Charlie Chaplin’s most critically acclaimed movie, this melodramatic silent work reimagines the Little Tramp as a prospector in the 1800s.
Current Score:
-1564
Total Votes:
7524
79
This sparkling, delightfully witty Ernst Lubitsch romantic comedy was advertised, famously, as the movie in which “Garbo laughs!”
Current Score:
-1893
Total Votes:
8047
80
For Montgomery Clift’s first-ever role, he stars as the adoptive son of John Wayne’s vicious rancher in this Howard Hawks Western.
Current Score:
-1898
Total Votes:
9206
81
This hilarious battle-of-the-sexes romp is vintage Howard Hawks, full of bawdy double entendres quipped by Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant.
Current Score:
-1963
Total Votes:
9145
82
James Cagney and Walter Huston star in this 1942 flag-waving musical biography of legendary composer George M. Cohan.
Current Score:
-2034
Total Votes:
9412
83
This controversial 1969 Western was one of the most brutal of its day with plenty of stomach-turning violence courtesy of Sam Peckinpah.
Current Score:
-2035
Total Votes:
9427
84
One of John Ford’s most riveting Westerns, this semi-historical work stars Henry Fonda as Wyatt Earp and Walter Brennan as his foe.
Current Score:
-2076
Total Votes:
8386
85
One of the greatest musicals of the fifties, this colorful toe-tapping classic finds the grace and athleticism of Gene Kelly on full display.
Current Score:
-2130
Total Votes:
8896
86
George Cukor’s classic tearjerker stars Judy Garland as a young singer whose marriage to an alcoholic film star ends in tragedy.
Current Score:
-2184
Total Votes:
7252
87
Barbara Stanwyck and Charles Coburn play the con artists against Henry Fonda’s millionaire in Preston Sturges’s still-fresh romantic comedy.
Current Score:
-2527
Total Votes:
7107
88
In Dennis Hopper’s generation-defining 1969 classic, he, Jack Nicholson, and Peter Fonda hit the road in search of nirvana.
Current Score:
-2591
Total Votes:
11447
89
Jacques Tourneur’s beguiling 1947 noir stars Robert Mitchum as a laconic private detective who falls under the spell of a femme fatale.
Current Score:
-2631
Total Votes:
7053
90
The first-ever feature-length silent movie, D. W. Griffith’s sweeping Lillian Gish-starring Civil War drama was a massive technological coup.
Current Score:
-2665
Total Votes:
8585
91
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers are in fine form for this gem, mixing romantic comedy, endless dancing, and a superb Irving Berlin score.
Current Score:
-2690
Total Votes:
8326
92
Mike Nichols’s directorial debut stars Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton as the acerbic love-hate pair who dominate the story.
Current Score:
-2724
Total Votes:
9470
93
In F. W. Murnau’s American debut, this silent movie with roots in German Expressionism, a deadly love triangle is raised to the level of art.
Current Score:
-2807
Total Votes:
7109
94
This behind-the-scenes musical tells the story of a flailing producer (Warner Baxter) and a chorus girl (Ruby Keeler) who dreams of fame.
Current Score:
-2996
Total Votes:
7136
95
Erich von Stroheim’s notorious silent-era production charts one man’s descent into insanity owing to his wife’s unending greed.
Current Score:
-3075
Total Votes:
6755
96
D. W. Griffith’s silent epic starring Lillian Gish is a series of vignettes remarkable for their exquisite sets, photography, and editing.
Current Score:
-3212
Total Votes:
7386
97
An exquisite, bubbly work by Ernst Lubitsch, this good-natured 1932 comedy follows a pair of con artists en route to romance.
Current Score:
-3267
Total Votes:
6835
98
Max Ophuls’s 1948 tearjerker tells the story of the unspoken love of a woman (Joan Fontaine) for her neighbor (Louis Jourdan).
Current Score:
-3434
Total Votes:
7192
99
Robert Altman’s country-music flick finds a colorful cast, including Shelley Duvall and Keith Carradine, converging in the title city.
Current Score:
-3511
Total Votes:
8111
100
King Vidor’s sad silent masterpiece stars James Murray and Eleanor Boardman as a young couple struggling to make ends meet.
Current Score:
-3838
Total Votes:
8130