Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
The movie that kicked off Peter Jackson's monumental trilogy, based upon the writings of J.R.R. Tolkein about a hobbit charged with saving Middle Earth.
Current Score:
1082
Total Votes:
5536
2
Christopher Nolan's second Bat-tale, and one of the biggest summer blockbusters ever, in which Christian Bale’s Batman is upstaged by Heather Ledger’s demented Joker.
Current Score:
1016
Total Votes:
5906
3
A violent gangster-crime movie adapted from a Hong Kong thriller by Martin Scorsese, with Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Matt Damon.
Current Score:
898
Total Votes:
5110
4
The Coen brothers Oscar-winning portrait of evil in the character of a terrifying killer (Javier Bardem) in pursuit of drug money in the hands of a war vet (Josh Brolin).
Current Score:
563
Total Votes:
4851
5
Pixar’s breakthrough movie about a clownfish (Albert Brooks)’s search for his missing son – and the highest-grossing computer-animated film to date.
Current Score:
550
Total Votes:
4824
6
Pixar's imaginative modern-day adventure classic featuring a grouchy widower (voice of Ed Asner) who flies away in a house buoyed by birthday balloons.
Current Score:
522
Total Votes:
4616
7
Te first of DreamWorks' revisionist fairy tales about a green ogre (Mike Myers), who serves as Prince Charming to Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz).
Current Score:
448
Total Votes:
4604
8
The pirate movies that introduced us to a legendary nemesis (Davy Jones), a love triangle, and Johnny Depp as the eccentric Capt. Jack Sparrow.
Current Score:
410
Total Votes:
4914
9
Disney/Pixar's cautionary tale about a robot who brings humanity back from the brink; a thoughtful hit flick that won an Oscar for its story of love and hope.
Current Score:
124
Total Votes:
4612
10
A re-energizing reboot of the long-running James Bond action series with rugged British talent Daniel Craig as a brutally fierce 007.
Current Score:
73
Total Votes:
4603
11
James Cameron's ground-breaking 3D scifi epic set in the year 2154, about invasive Earth-dwellers bent on colonizing the distant alien moon of Pandora.
Current Score:
-60
Total Votes:
5008
12
A film noir by writer/director Christopher Nolan – told in reverse -- featuring a tattooed protagonist (Guy Pearce) with short-term memory loss.
Current Score:
-220
Total Votes:
4164
13
The first movie in the blockbuster franchise based on J.K. Rowling wizardry books, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson.
Current Score:
-424
Total Votes:
4304
14
Judd Apatow's comedy that signaled the return of raunchy R-rated fare, about a middle-aged male virgin (Steve Carell) seeking a sex partner and finding love.
Current Score:
-516
Total Votes:
4490
15
A Bollywood-inspired Best Picture winner from Danny Boyle about a Mumbai teenager who wins a TV trivia contest against all odds.
Current Score:
-587
Total Votes:
4429
16
Roman Polanski's semi-autobiographical recount of the horrors of the Holocaust, seen through the eyes of a Polish-Jewish musician (Adrien Brody).
Current Score:
-607
Total Votes:
3855
17
Charlie Kaufman's artful romantic fantasy about the lobotomizing erasure of painful romantic memories between ex-lovers (Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet).
Current Score:
-670
Total Votes:
4078
18
Cameron Crowe pays tribute to his days as a teenage rock journalist on the road with up-and-coming ‘70s band Stillwater and groupie Kate Hudson.
Current Score:
-754
Total Votes:
3806
19
Darren Aronofsky's portrait of drug addiction recounts the harrowing stories of characters played by Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, and Jennifer Connelly.
Current Score:
-882
Total Votes:
3696
20
Sofia Coppola's breakthrough movie about two alienated Americans "lost" in Tokyo: an aging actor (Bill Murray) and an unfulfilled wife (Scarlett Johansson).
Current Score:
-981
Total Votes:
3783
21
Beautifully narrated by Morgan Freeman, a depiction of the resilient lives of Emperor penguins struggling to survive in their harsh Antarctic climate.
Current Score:
-1111
Total Votes:
3721
22
Director David Lynch's mind-twister about a contract hit, dashed dreams, suicide and shifting identities, with Naomi Watts as a cipher at the heart of the tale.
Current Score:
-1441
Total Votes:
3509
23
Ang Lee’s eloquently filmed story about a secret romance, mournful longing and tragedy shared by two ‘60s farmhands (Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllenhaal).
Current Score:
-1594
Total Votes:
4364
24
Spike Lee's examination of racial hatred, fears and prejudice, as channeled through the character of convicted New York drug dealer (Edward Norton).
Current Score:
-1752
Total Votes:
3402
25
Michael Moore's controversial tirade against the Bush administration, its war on terror, and government corruption.
Current Score:
-1783
Total Votes:
4155