Inception
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Pixar puts Andy's beloved toys away for good but not before taking audiences of all ages on another nostalgic adventure.
Current Score:
566
Total Votes:
1668
2
Based on the true story of junior welterweight Micky Ward (Mark Wahlberg), David O. Russell’s film does the sport right.
Current Score:
198
Total Votes:
1264
3
If you like your films about British royals to be chipper and full of tender moments, this heartwarming effort is for you.
Current Score:
196
Total Votes:
1194
4
Best known as the movie where James Franco hacks off his arm, Danny Boyle's drama is also compelling and compassionate.
Current Score:
189
Total Votes:
1059
5
Comparisons between this contemporary drama and Citizen Kane are innumerable and, it turns out, wholly justified.
Current Score:
185
Total Votes:
1347
6
Not since The Matrix has a movie so immersed audiences in an alternate world trapped between reality and the imagined.
Current Score:
165
Total Votes:
1831
7
Darren Aronofsky and Natalie Portman create a riveting work that descends into madness but thrills every step of the way.
Current Score:
163
Total Votes:
1267
8
This computer-animated Viking fantasy from DreamWorks had unexpectedly long legs and thrilled nearly every critic who saw it.
Current Score:
111
Total Votes:
939
9
Instead of subverting a traditional genre, the Coen brothers make an old-fashioned Western -- and a darn good one.
Current Score:
101
Total Votes:
1501
10
Is the tormented marshal (Leonardo DiCaprio) tracking a missing patient on a desolate island or clawing away at his own demons?
Current Score:
85
Total Votes:
1373
11
Robert Downey’s Tony Stark is back, with bigger, badder weapons than ever and a healthy dose of Scarlett Johansson.
Current Score:
25
Total Votes:
1183
12
The latest smash installment of the beloved wizard franchise opens with the series’s darkest outlook yet, to great effect.
Current Score:
23
Total Votes:
1247
13
Of the many things to admire about Debra Granik's thrilling sophomore effort, the most welcome is the absence of stereotypes.
Current Score:
-154
Total Votes:
820
14
This adaptation delivered the most hipster delight since Baz Luhrmann turned Moulin Rouge into a Nirvana-spouting spectacle.
Current Score:
-158
Total Votes:
1006
15
Tim Burton delivers a freaky retelling of the classic Lewis Carroll tale rendered in his signature dark style.
Current Score:
-183
Total Votes:
1051
16
This decades-later sequel (with Jeff Bridges) lives up to its predecessor’s visceral thrills -- and then some.
Current Score:
-183
Total Votes:
953
17
This U.S. update of the Swedish hit is equally flawless -- expertly filmed and acted and retaining much of the original's dread.
Current Score:
-192
Total Votes:
758
18
All the risks Lisa Cholodenko takes with this Julianne Moore-Annette Bening pic about gay suburban life pay off immensely.
Current Score:
-196
Total Votes:
864
19
George Clooney stars as the covert assassin in this Anton Corbijn flick, a complexly drawn drama that’s more eye than ear.
Current Score:
-204
Total Votes:
800
20
Grieving families have become a mainstay of indie film, but John Cameron Mitchell’s transporting drama gets them right.
Current Score:
-279
Total Votes:
635
21
John C. Reilly and Jonah Hill face off as an unsuspecting man and the spoiled son of the woman he loves in this comedy.
Current Score:
-341
Total Votes:
607
22
Noah Baumbach's caustic film is both brutal and brutally funny, featuring a career-best performance from Ben Stiller.
Current Score:
-390
Total Votes:
666
23
Nicole Holofcener is a keen chronicler of liberal guilt, and this stellar ensemble pic is her funniest and most insightful movie yet.
Current Score:
-396
Total Votes:
604
24
Technically efficient and threaded with impending dread, Nash Edgerton's drama accomplishes all its noirish goals.
Current Score:
-431
Total Votes:
611
25
There’s no denying the populist power of this teen-romance juggernaut, with its pair of star-crossed interspecific lovers.
Current Score:
-762
Total Votes:
1258