Gone With the Wind
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
George Lucas’ space western with aliens, revolutionaries and high-tech effects spawned sci-fi’s biggest franchise of six films. ($1.4 billion).
Current Score:
1435
Total Votes:
9551
2
This Civil War-era love story with Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh has seduced generations of moviegoers. ($1.59 billion)
Current Score:
1432
Total Votes:
6582
3
Spielberg defines summer blockbuster with a shark flick featuring one of the most memorable theme songs in movie history. ($1 billion).
Current Score:
1427
Total Votes:
17083
4
Julie Andrews headlines the von Trapp family saga that celebrates the triumph of good over Nazism. ($1.12 billion).
Current Score:
1403
Total Votes:
4873
5
Sex, violence, religion and Charlton Heston as Moses fuel a Biblical epic that’s become an Easter tradition on TV. ($1.13 billion).
Current Score:
1387
Total Votes:
5057
6
Spielberg enchants audiences by showing how suburban kids could help a magical, little alien get back home. ($1.11 billion).
Current Score:
1381
Total Votes:
6015
7
Romance, life-or-death stakes and spectacular effects make household names of director James Cameron and star Leonardo DiCaprio. ($1 billion).
Current Score:
1373
Total Votes:
7413
8
A suave Billy Dee Williams gets added to the canny Star Wars recipe of old-school drama and gee-whiz sci-fi trappings. ($772 million).
Current Score:
1367
Total Votes:
8515
9
A little history, a dash of religion, a thrilling chariot race, and Charlton Heston ripped and ready for redemption. ($770 million).
Current Score:
1342
Total Votes:
5742
10
Spielberg’s vintage adventure tale turns the dashing archaeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) into a modern-day hero. ($693 million).
Current Score:
1339
Total Votes:
6717
11
Jabba the Hutt, Carrie Fisher in a bikini and Luke’s showdown with Darth Vader wraps the first Star Wars trilogy. ($739 million).
Current Score:
1327
Total Votes:
10553
12
1950s nostalgia transforms this high-school musical, showcasing Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta, into a sweet treat. ($605 million).
Current Score:
1313
Total Votes:
4783
13
Marlon Brando and Al Pacino help Francis Ford Coppola turn a Mario Puzo’s novel into the ultimate gangster pic. ($620 million).
Current Score:
1300
Total Votes:
7102
14
A clever caper with Paul Newman and Robert Redford in their prime making this Depression-era comedy a hit. ($701 million).
Current Score:
1281
Total Votes:
4641
15
This stunning, psychologically rich bio of T.E. Lawrence (Peter O’Toole) inspired Steven Spielberg to make movies. ($435 million).
Current Score:
1274
Total Votes:
4606
16
Before George Lucas conquered the universe, he reworked his past in a coming-of-age story set in early ‘60s California. ($517 million).
Current Score:
1259
Total Votes:
5165
17
Audiences thrill to Audrey Hepburn’s transformation from guttersnipe to elegant lady in the ultimate makeover movie. ($472 million).
Current Score:
1245
Total Votes:
3761
18
What kid doesn’t want a sly Julie Andrews for a nanny after seeing Disney’s musical ode to non-traditional families? ($615 million).
Current Score:
1233
Total Votes:
4343
19
Julie Christie and Omar Sharif make love as Russia explodes into war in this epic romance. ($976 million).
Current Score:
1223
Total Votes:
3899
20
A pop-cultural touchstone: Cursed set, pea soup puke, and young Linda Blair making heads turn -- including her own. ($869 million).
Current Score:
1212
Total Votes:
9898
21
Fresh out of college, a young Dustin Hoffman tries to decide what to do when not distracted by the cougar Mrs. Robinson. ($673 million).
Current Score:
1198
Total Votes:
4808
22
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton front a cast of thousands and lavish sets for this big screen epic. ($528 million).
Current Score:
1186
Total Votes:
3488
23
3-D visuals make James Cameron’s sci-fi spin on “cold civilization vs. nature-loving natives” fresh again. ($764 million).
Current Score:
1180
Total Votes:
5274
24
A little Jules Verne adventure, a lot of globe-trotting locations and an avalanche of movie-star cameos. ($508 million).
Current Score:
1162
Total Votes:
3490
25
Gump appeals to heart and head thanks to technology that inserts Tom Hanks’ simple character into great historic moments. ($617 million).
Current Score:
1151
Total Votes:
19651
26
C.B. De Mille’s Oscar-winning circus spectacular stars Charlton Heston, Betty Hutton and James Stewart as a sad clown. ($472 million).
Current Score:
1149
Total Votes:
3517
27
A profitable combination of goofy ghosts and snarky ghost chasers Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. ($556 million).
Current Score:
1135
Total Votes:
6695
28
Eighties teen heartthrob Michael J. Fox meets his parents when they were teens themselves in this time travel comedy. ($464 million).
Current Score:
1123
Total Votes:
5713
29
Everyone loves Spielberg’s stars, not Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum, but those awesome CGI dinosaurs. ($678 million).
Current Score:
1111
Total Votes:
7287
30
Struggling actor Sylvester Stallone writes himself a good part which leads to the biggest boxing movie franchise in history. ($433 million).
Current Score:
1095
Total Votes:
5205
31
The tiny western town of Rock Ridge gets a black sheriff (Cleavon Little) in Mel Brooks’ rudely hilarious spoof. ($497 million).
Current Score:
1078
Total Votes:
4614
32
Comedian John Belushi stole this raucous celebration of rude fraternity hijinks in the early ‘60s. ($471 million).
Current Score:
1066
Total Votes:
5288
33
One part Western, two parts star power (Paul Newman and Robert Redford), one part “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head.” ($555 million).
Current Score:
1053
Total Votes:
4515
34
During WWII, British prisoners are put to the test when ordered to build a strategically useful bridge for their captors. ($428 million).
Current Score:
1041
Total Votes:
6023
35
On initial release, only Star Wars out-grossed Burt Reynolds’ southern-fried action comedy, fueled by the CB radio fad. ($447 million).
Current Score:
1034
Total Votes:
4842
36
With Sean Connery oozing charm, a golden girl and Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore, the third Bond movie is the charm. ($521 million).
Current Score:
1023
Total Votes:
5341
37
Sean Connery’s fourth Bond movie gave fans more gadgets, more sharks and more very sexy girls. ($588 million).
Current Score:
1007
Total Votes:
4511
38
The big-budget sci-fi sequel pits Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 robot against a T-1000 liquid-metal assassin. ($382 million).
Current Score:
1002
Total Votes:
5278
39
Everybody cries at this tale of doomed young lovers (Ali McGraw and Ryan O’Neal). The “disease movie” of the ‘70s. ($550 million).
Current Score:
983
Total Votes:
3849
40
Following Airport’s lead, this disaster movie trots out big names like Paul Newman, Fred Astaire, and Steve McQueen. ($482 million).
Current Score:
968
Total Votes:
3260
41
New Ageism meets UFOlogy when regular guy Richard Dreyfuss’ life is turned upside down by extraterrestrials. ($437 million).
Current Score:
961
Total Votes:
4207
42
The anarchic spirit of ‘60s idealism is crushed by the establishment in this bitterly funny dramedy with Jack Nicholson. ($422 million).
Current Score:
945
Total Votes:
4907
43
Pitched between camp and cute, this fantasy put an old-fashioned hero (Christopher Reeve) in a brave new world. ($451 million).
Current Score:
937
Total Votes:
4929
44
The last of three Star Wars prequels, Revenge of the Sith benefits from being the final link between old and new. ($466 million).
Current Score:
928
Total Votes:
5490
45
An easy-going priest (Bing Crosby) and a feisty nun (Ingrid Bergman) save a faltering Catholic school. ($493 million).
Current Score:
911
Total Votes:
3241
46
This sequel adds a monster, a ghost ship and the tentacle-bearded Davy Jones to Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow. ($508 million).
Current Score:
907
Total Votes:
4843
47
The template for modern disaster movies has an all-star cast: Burt Lancaster, Jacqueline Bisset, Dean Martin, etc. ($520 million).
Current Score:
886
Total Votes:
3374
48
Fans rush back to the future, giving Liam Neeson and Natalie Portman a thumbs up and Jar Jar Binks a big thumbs down. ($667 million).
Current Score:
878
Total Votes:
4966
49
Christian Bale’s brooding Batman and Heath Ledger’s scary Joker gave this comic-book movie reboot real emotional depth. ($584 million).
Current Score:
872
Total Votes:
6198
50
Johnny Depp’s show-stealing Captain Sparrow made it a hit and spawned a few sequels. ($398 million).
Current Score:
857
Total Votes:
6045
51
Alongside Gremlins, this boundary-pushing prequel prompted the MPAA to create its first new rating in 12 years: PG-13. ($421 million).
Current Score:
848
Total Votes:
4228
52
Cool archaeologist Jones (Harrison Ford) and his even cooler dad (Sean Connery) go after the Holy Grail. ($388 million).
Current Score:
832
Total Votes:
5106
53
In the first of the series, world-class actors Ian McKellen, Hugo Weaving, and Viggo Mortensen play wizards, elves and warriors. ($430 million).
Current Score:
820
Total Votes:
8742
54
Richard Harris, Maggie Smith and Alan Rickman made the first Harry Potter adaptation downright respectable. ($439 million).
Current Score:
802
Total Votes:
4982
55
A cavalcade of stars -- Shelley Winters, Gene Hackman and Leslie Nielsen -- seeks to escape an upended cruise ship. ($431 million).
Current Score:
789
Total Votes:
4201
56
Post-WWII sentiment gave this drama about veterans adjusting to civilian life a timely relevance. ($432 million).
Current Score:
778
Total Votes:
3058
57
Tobey Maguire convinces us that high-school nerd Peter Parker could become a superhero when bit by a spider. ($546 million).
Current Score:
769
Total Votes:
5265
58
Thanks in part to Jack Nicholson’s Joker, the Michael Keaton reboot of the superhero legitimizes comic-book movies. ($495 million).
Current Score:
762
Total Votes:
4050
59
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones look like boring bureaucrats but are actually top secret agents monitoring aliens in this ultra-snarky comedy. ($429 million).
Current Score:
750
Total Votes:
4524
60
Building on the success of the first two installments, the last Lord of the Rings movie tops the awards and box office. ($484 million).
Current Score:
736
Total Votes:
8032
61
While traditional religious movies glorify transcendence, Mel Gibson’s Aramaic-language drama zeroes in on Jesus’ pain and agony. ($469 million).
Current Score:
717
Total Votes:
3751
62
Donald Sutherland and Elliott Gould helm Robert Altman’s dark comedy about Korean-War medics. ($422 million).
Current Score:
706
Total Votes:
3596
63
A good cop thriller that showcases the young Eddie Murphy’s signature mix of sweetness and street smarts. ($528 million).
Current Score:
694
Total Votes:
5086
64
The first Rings sequel turns the Tolkien hit about Frodo the Hobbit into a cultural phenomenon. ($453 million).
Current Score:
687
Total Votes:
6609
65
The ultimate war movie for nervous times proves that no one cares when bug-eyed monsters get their alien butts kicked. ($544 million).
Current Score:
679
Total Votes:
5991
66
How many didn't guess the twist ending of this thriller about troubled shrink Bruce Willis and a child (Haley Joel Osment) who sees ghosts? ($453 million).
Current Score:
662
Total Votes:
4652
67
Professional storm chasers (Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton) with complicated personal lives track extreme weather outbreaks. ($430 million).
Current Score:
652
Total Votes:
3552
68
Nearly every star in Hollywood had a cameo in this comedy about a race to recover a fortune in California’s Santa Rosita State Park. ($423 million).
Current Score:
634
Total Votes:
3138
69
This Romeo and Juliet musical on Manhattan’s mean streets somehow made dancing gang members dangerously cool. ($440 million).
Current Score:
624
Total Votes:
3514
70
This sequel which adds Doc Oc (Alfred Molina) to Spidey’s problems more than holds its own. ($473 million).
Current Score:
614
Total Votes:
4612
71
Introducing the new Luke Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) plus an opportunity to find out who the clones are. ($420 million).
Current Score:
604
Total Votes:
4796
72
“Taking dinosaurs off this island is the worst idea in the long, sad history of bad ideas,” says pessimistic scientist Jeff Goldblum. He’s right. ($392 million).
Current Score:
592
Total Votes:
6088
73
This fact-based movie profiles a backwoods farmer who became the most decorated American soldier of WWI. ($378 million).
Current Score:
573
Total Votes:
3023
74
Wacky hijinks ensue when divorced dad Robin Williams masquerades as a frumpy housekeeper to be near his kids. ($414 million).
Current Score:
566
Total Votes:
7148
75
A fashionista wants a spotted coat made of puppy hides. Sounds creepy but this animated pic is actually fun. ($785 million).
Current Score:
555
Total Votes:
3519
76
Arguably Walt Disney’s best, this animated feature combines sentiment and timeless storytelling seamlessly. ($857 million).
Current Score:
539
Total Votes:
3835
77
After 30 years, this union of Mickey Mouse, dancing hippos and classical music turns a profit and then some. ($653 million).
Current Score:
528
Total Votes:
3444
78
Almost ten years in the making, Disney’s third princess movie remains a favorite of 12-year-old girls of all ages. ($571 million).
Current Score:
515
Total Votes:
3335
79
Disney reclaims its reputation for first-rate animated features with this coming of age story and its Elton John score. ($607 million).
Current Score:
511
Total Votes:
5279
80
This animated flick about a feral child and his animal friends is voiced by George Sanders and Louis Prima among others. ($579 million).
Current Score:
495
Total Votes:
3553
81
Precocious Macaulay Culkin foils buffoonish burglars after his parents accidentally abandon him during Christmas vacation. ($532 million).
Current Score:
486
Total Votes:
5882
82
Funny, action-packed and a little scary, this animated feature targets kids between Dumbo and The Lion King age. ($530 million).
Current Score:
469
Total Votes:
3355
83
From the hand-drawn images to its unsentimental story of a fawn’s journey to adulthood, a Disney watermark. ($501 million).
Current Score:
459
Total Votes:
3605
84
Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the toys must face the fact children grow up and put away childish things: Adults weep. ($410 million).
Current Score:
449
Total Votes:
16947
85
Kids love the rude, stinky-but-goodhearted green troll (voiced by Mike Myers); adults identify with his nemesis in-laws. ($558 million).
Current Score:
436
Total Votes:
3408
86
A sad clownfish stops at nothing to find his missing son in this animated feature (also one of the bestselling DVDs ever). ($443 million).
Current Score:
426
Total Votes:
4428
87
A shipwrecked family pulls together to survive natural hardships and vicious pirates in this live-action Disney hit. ($423 million).
Current Score:
405
Total Votes:
2853
88
A pampered cocker spaniel and a mangy mutt find love in Disney’s first CinemaScope animated feature. ($438 million).
Current Score:
397
Total Votes:
3479
89
Romantics swoon over this fantasy about a murdered man (Patrick Swayze) who defies death to become visible to his girlfriend (Demi Moore). ($405 million).
Current Score:
386
Total Votes:
5122
90
Allegations of cultural insensitivity didn’t stop this Arabian Nights-inspired Disney feature from enchanting American kids. ($412 million).
Current Score:
376
Total Votes:
3762
91
The second animated installment detailing the secret lives of toys, like Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Dog, Buzz Lightyear, etc. ($376 million).
Current Score:
366
Total Votes:
19442
92
Pomp, piety, and pop psych (and CinemaScope) lure moviegoers to an epic about a Roman (Richard Burton) who won Christ’s robe. ($514 million).
Current Score:
345
Total Votes:
2849
93
“I was a better man… as a woman... than I ever was with a woman, as a man,” says a cross-dressing Dustin Hoffman. ($447 million).
Current Score:
334
Total Votes:
3032
94
3D gave this Vincent Price remake of the classic horror flick Mystery of the Wax Museum extra audience appeal. ($397 million).
Current Score:
322
Total Votes:
2964
95
The Western romance, a.k.a. “Lust in the Dust” takes place between a half-breed girl (Jennifer Jones) and an anglo cowboy (Gregory Peck). ($401 million).
Current Score:
310
Total Votes:
2678
96
The only Hitchcock film in the top 100 is about laid-up photographer (James Stewart) who suspects his neighbor is a wife-killer. ($396 million).
Current Score:
298
Total Votes:
4198
97
Jim Carrey is Dr. Seuss’ holiday-hating Grinch in this live-action comedy -- one of the highest grossing Christmas movies ever. ($378 million).
Current Score:
292
Total Votes:
3178
98
Perverse alien Dr. Frank-n-furter (Tim Curry) corrupts innocent sweethearts Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick in a glam sci-fi musical. ($433 million).
Current Score:
275
Total Votes:
3235
99
Spider-Man fans turned out for this sequel that was star Tobey Maguire’s swan song in the franchise. ($384 million).
Current Score:
266
Total Votes:
3682
100
The robots that turn into cars and guns return in a sequel that outperforms the original. ($424 million).
Current Score:
252
Total Votes:
4234