Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
This Civil War epic is one of the most beloved movies of all time, earning $200 million in its day from fans who gave a damn.
Current Score:
586
Total Votes:
1354
2
Now often imitated, Spielberg's tale of a shark terrorizing a summer resort still has swimmers carefully scanning the waters.
Current Score:
313
Total Votes:
1301
3
The story that launched a galactic franchise cost George Lucas only $11 million to put together.
Current Score:
301
Total Votes:
1345
4
The last of DeMille's epics: Charlton Heston stars as Moses, leading his people into freedom -- and audiences into the theater.
Current Score:
174
Total Votes:
1074
5
Spielberg tells the story of a displaced alien from a child's point of view, but its earnings made grown-ups happy indeed.
Current Score:
138
Total Votes:
1052
6
The first full-length animated feature set new standards for technical achievement and was the first movie to release a soundtrack.
Current Score:
126
Total Votes:
962
7
Who knew a sinking ship could have so much appeal? James Cameron! This story of sunken love brought in $1.8 billion at the box office.
Current Score:
86
Total Votes:
1178
8
The story of a nun and a talented family on the run from the Nazis won the hearts of audiences everywhere.
Current Score:
83
Total Votes:
1027
9
William Friedkin directed Linda Blair (and a can of pea soup) into the box-office pantheon, with this tale of demonic possession.
Current Score:
42
Total Votes:
1016
10
From David Lean. The movie covers the turmoil from WWI to the creation of the USSR, through the eyes of the titular doctor.
Current Score:
-3
Total Votes:
979