Drive
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Brad Pitt balances baseball’s budget in a masterful adaptation of what was believed an unfilmable, statistics-heavy book.
Current Score:
6
Total Votes:
432
2
Nicolas Winding-Refn’s exercise in style and suspense races to the top of Hollywood’s list of antiheroes.
Current Score:
5
Total Votes:
465
3
Martin Scorsese’s first foray into 3D also dabbles in two of his passions: Hollywood history and film preservation.
Current Score:
-7
Total Votes:
413
4
J.J. Abrams’s throwback scifi thriller about film-savvy teenagers tracking an alien who escapes in their small town.
Current Score:
-10
Total Votes:
430
5
Woody Allen returns to form (once again) with a whimsical, late-night traipse through Paris’s rich, artistic history.
Current Score:
-10
Total Votes:
396
6
Estranged brothers settle their differences in the ring in this formulaic but deeply affecting blue-collar MMA drama.
Current Score:
-11
Total Votes:
297
7
A versatile George Clooney juggles his extended family’s future while closing the door on an immediate family tragedy.
Current Score:
-20
Total Votes:
354
8
There’s a mole in British intelligence, and only Gary Oldman moves quietly enough to potentially snare him.
Current Score:
-23
Total Votes:
363
9
Against all odds, a silent black-and-white crowd pleaser about a fading film star becomes a modern marvel.
Current Score:
-23
Total Votes:
363
10
Kermit, Piggy, and more felt friends from our childhood reunite for the feel-good, funny surprise of 2011.
Current Score:
-25
Total Votes:
365
11
Six seriously funny ladies storm the boys’ club, proving along the way that Kristen Wiig can’t be contained.
Current Score:
-26
Total Votes:
406
12
Terrence Malick’s epic grapples with mysteries both massive (the birth of the universe) and intimate (the loss of a child).
Current Score:
-31
Total Votes:
327
13
Michael Fassbender reunites with director Steve McQueen for a raw, unflinching look at sex addiction in the Internet age.
Current Score:
-31
Total Votes:
249
14
This unforgettable Iranian drama begins with a couple arguing for a divorce and only grows more tangled from there.
Current Score:
-43
Total Votes:
231
15
This is how Lars von Trier’s world ends, with sisters Kirsten Dunst and Charlotte Rampling battling bursts of malaise.
Current Score:
-63
Total Votes:
257
16
End-of-the-world doom and gloom, though the darkest storms might be in Michael Shannon’s cloudy mind.
Current Score:
-63
Total Votes:
217
17
Psychological horror for parents as a mom copes with the aftermath of her son’s involvement in a school shooting.
Current Score:
-66
Total Votes:
210
18
Mike Mills’s semiautobiographical charmer finds an aimless son coping with his father’s confession that he’s gay.
Current Score:
-74
Total Votes:
210
19
Newcomer Elizabeth Olsen stuns as an impressionable woman fighting to escape a cult leader. Or is she?
Current Score:
-83
Total Votes:
203
20
Decidedly dark comedy about a delusional YA author who storms her hometown, leaving devastation in her wake.
Current Score:
-92
Total Votes:
208
21
Extended vengeance from South Korean director Kim Ji-woon that basks in its numerous ultraviolent scenes.
Current Score:
-112
Total Votes:
202
22
A humble and haunting commentary on capital punishment and criminal-justice reform from Werner Herzog.
Current Score:
-115
Total Votes:
173
23
Second chances seem possible in this gloomy two-hander wisely hidden behind a scifi premise about an alternate planet.
Current Score:
-117
Total Votes:
193
24
A man and woman converse while traveling around Italy; the power lies in what is said, as well as how it is spoken.
Current Score:
-120
Total Votes:
178
25
Azazel Jacobs's story of an overweight teen and his oddball supporters is equal parts predictable and uplifting.
Current Score:
-139
Total Votes:
179