IMDB Top 100 Movies Quiz

Can you guess the 100 highest-rated movies on the site IMDB.com?
As of 28 November 2021
To make it easier, we give you an actor from that movie, or in some cases the director
Animated films marked in yellow
Quiz by Quizmaster
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Last updated: November 29, 2021
First submittedDecember 9, 2012
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Year
Actor / Director
Movie
1
1994
Morgan Freeman
The Shawshank Redemption
2
1972
Marlon Brando
The Godfather
3
2008
Christian Bale
The Dark Knight
4
1974
Al Pacino
The Godfather: Part II
5
1957
Henry Fonda
12 Angry Men
6
2003
Elijah Wood
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
7
1994
Samuel L. Jackson
Pulp Fiction
8
1993
Liam Neeson
Schindler's List
9
2010
Leonardo DiCaprio
Inception
10
1999
Brad Pitt
Fight Club
11
2001
Liv Tyler
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
12
1994
Tom Hanks
Forrest Gump
13
1966
Clint Eastwood
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
14
2002
Ian McKellan
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
15
1999
Keanu Reeves
The Matrix
16
1990
Joe Pesci
Goodfellas
17
1980
Carrie Fisher
The Empire Strikes Back
18
2019
Bong Joon-Ho
Parasite
19
1975
Jack Nicholson
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
20
2014
Anne Hathaway
Interstellar
21
2002
Alexandre Rodrigues
City of God
22
2001
Hayao Miyazaki
Spirited Away
23
1998
Tom Hanks
Saving Private Ryan
24
1999
Tom Hanks
The Green Mile
25
1997
Roberto Benigni
Life Is Beautiful
26
1995
Brad Pitt
Se7en
27
1991
Jodie Foster
The Silence of the Lambs
28
1977
Harrison Ford
Star Wars
29
1962
Masaki Kobayashi
Hara-Kiri
30
1954
Akira Kurosawa
Seven Samurai
31
1946
James Stewart
It's a Wonderful Life
32
2014
J.K. Simmons
Whiplash
33
2011
Omar Sy
The Intouchables
34
2006
Christian Bale
The Prestige
35
2006
Leonardo DiCaprio
The Departed
36
2002
Adrien Brody
The Pianist
37
2000
Russell Crowe
Gladiator
38
1998
Ed Norton
American History X
39
1995
Kevin Spacey
The Usual Suspects
40
1994
Jean Reno
Léon: The Professional
41
1994
James Earl Jones
The Lion King
42
1991
Linda Hamilton
Terminator 2
43
1988
Philippe Noiret
Cinema Paradiso
44
1988
Isao Takahata
Grave of the Fireflies
45
1985
Michael J. Fox
Back to the Future
46
1968
Charles Bronson
Once Upon a Time in the West
47
1960
Anthony Perkins
Psycho
48
1954
Grace Kelly
Rear Window
49
1942
Humphrey Bogart
Casablanca
50
1936
Charlie Chaplin
Modern Times
51
1931
Charlie Chaplin
City Lights
52
2020
Lin-Manuel Miranda
Hamilton
53
2018
Zain Al Rafeea
Capernaum
54
2019
Joaquin Phoenix
Joker
55
2016
Makoto Shinkai
Your Name.
56
2018
Shameik Moore
Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse
57
2019
Robert Downey Jr.
Avengers: Endgame
58
2018
Scarlett Johansson
Avengers: Infinity War
59
2017
Gael García Bernal
Coco
60
2012
Jamie Foxx
Django Unchained
61
2012
Tom Hardy
The Dark Knight Rises
62
2009
Aamir Khan
3 Idiots
63
2007
Aamir Khan
Like Stars on Earth
64
2008
Ben Burtt
WALL-E
65
2006
Martina Gedeck
The Lives of Others
66
2003
Min-sik Choi
Oldboy
67
2000
Guy Pearce
Memento
68
1997
Hayao Miyazaki
Princess Mononoke
69
1981
Harrison Ford
Raiders of the Lost Ark
70
1980
Jack Nicholson
The Shining
71
1979
Marlon Brando
Apocalypse Now
72
1979
Sigourney Weaver
Alien
73
1963
Akira Kurosawa
High and Low
74
1964
Peter Sellers
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to
Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
75
1957
Marlene Dietrich
Witness for the Prosecution
76
1957
Kirk Douglas
Paths of Glory
77
1950
Gloria Swanson
Sunset Blvd.
78
1940
Charlie Chaplin
The Great Dictator
79
2012
Mads Mikkelsen
The Hunt
80
2009
Brad Pitt
Inglourious Basterds
81
2004
Jim Carrey
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
82
2000
Darren Aronofsky
Requiem for a Dream
83
1999
Kevin Spacey
American Beauty
84
1997
Matt Damon
Good Will Hunting
85
1995
Tom Hanks
Toy Story
86
1995
Mel Gibson
Braveheart
87
1992
Steve Buscemi
Reservoir Dogs
88
1985
Aleksey Kravchenko
Come and See
89
1986
Paul Reiser
Aliens
90
1984
Robert De Niro
Once Upon a Time in America
91
1984
F. Murray Abraham
Amadeus
92
1983
Billy Dee Williams
Return of the Jedi
93
1981
Wolfgang Petersen
Das Boot
94
1968
Stanley Kubrick
2001: A Space Odyssey
95
1959
Cary Grant
North by Northwest
96
1958
Kim Novak
Vertigo
97
1952
Gene Kelly
Singin' in the Rain
98
1948
Lamberto Maggiorani
Bicycle Thieves
99
1941
Orson Welles
Citizen Kane
100
1931
Fritz Lang
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Level 73
Dec 3, 2012
Good quiz! I got 27, which I was quite happy with. missed some obvious ones though.
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Level 20
Jan 11, 2020
I got 100,
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Level 67
Feb 12, 2020
Idkwhocares
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Level 37
Dec 3, 2012
I am shocked Rocky didn't make the list! Or titantic and Gone with the Wind
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Level 75
Sep 17, 2013
tried all three...was equally surprised. Also surprised with the exclusion of Avatar
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Level 83
Dec 6, 2013
While Titanic, Gone With the Wind, and Avatar are all amongst the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed films of all time, this quiz is based on user ratings at IMDb. All three films also have large and vocal groups of people who have some problem with the films and would be happy to take 15 seconds out of their day to give the films a low rating. I would actually have been shocked to see Titanic or Avatar MAKE this list, and I very much liked both films.
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Level 75
Jun 13, 2014
On IMDB so far Avatar has got 675,000 ratings, Titanic 579,000 and Gone with the Wind 165,000. They all rate highly, but outside the top 100.
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Level 83
Nov 26, 2014
Serval and Ringshifter present themselves to prove my point. Both great movies. Both with lots of spiteful haters out there because they were so critically and commercially successful.
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Level 43
Feb 4, 2016
"spiteful haters out there because they were so critically and commercially successful." Now that's a good old "spitefulhater" argument, congrats. Instead of Avatar was poorly written. I went to see it believing all those years of production (and pre-production) would give me if not a master piece, a solid movie and a 3D revolution. I ended up laughing for most of the climax and wondering where was the revolution (yeah they worked hard with plenty os new techs, but as a viewer I can tell the 3D here had nothing new and was even poorly used). Creating a whole universe is one thing, knowing what to do with it in a movie is another thing. The story ws damaged by the fact it cost a lot of money and needed to be seen wildly by a large audience (a Dinsey production). Which is a shame because there are some good movies in this list that show a commercial and critical success made for all can be a good movie, smart and well-made (especially animated movies).
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Level 43
Feb 4, 2016
Jurassic Park was a critical and commercial success and it deserved it. It introduced a new era of CGI while having a solid enough story (I know the plot holes, but when it's well-done you don't focus on the plot holes : that's doing a good job) and a terrific and genuinely smart direction that made the robots, the CGI and the universe alive and working. Avatar failed to do all of that most of the time. Now you can call me a hater, but that still wouldn't be an argument for explaining why this is a good movie. Just another empty cliché.
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Level 61
Apr 27, 2016
Cedo, you could tell with Avatar that "the 3D here had nothing new"? It was the first film to use 3D in that way. It was far and away a technological break-through and kicked off the 3D revolution. And that is precisely it's problem. It's very much one of those pieces of art that was amazing when it was made, but because everything since has copied it, it's no longer unique in any way. The plot is fine, but it's nothing special, so it's no longer interesting. The reason it gets hate is because extreme praise causes an equal and opposite reaction. The film is not terrible, just as the overwhelming majority of successful films aren't, but because some people don't like it, they feel the need to exaggerate their views to be noticed.
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Level 83
Oct 22, 2016
I liked Jurassic Park, too. I wouldn't say that Avatar was quite as revolutionary, but it was close. And the story was just as solid and well told. Sure, it was derivative. So was JP. And pretty much every movie ever made.
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Level 71
Apr 13, 2018
I think it's quite possible to dislike a film for reasons other than its critical and commercial success, and without being a "spiteful hater".
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Level 83
May 8, 2018
Of course it is. That doesn't mean that this isn't the reason why many people hate certain films, or at the very least are so vocal about their hatred. You don't see anyone going on and on and on about what a bad movie Small Soldiers was.
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Level 67
May 8, 2018
Avatar was fine, and visually it was a leap forward, but that's only one aspect of what makes a great movie. In every other area it was slightly above average at best. I'm 100% fine with it not being on this list.
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Level 83
May 9, 2018
It doesn't bother me, either. :) I don't think it's one of the 100 best movies of all time. But I stand by what I said.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
I think a big problem here is expectations. When reading Cedo's comment he made it sound like he expected the movie to be life altering, instant nirvana, like the best thing you would ever experience in life. Yea then you are set up to be let down and possibly if you are so inclined, hate a movie. But if you have no expectations and just the mindset "let's go see a movie" there is a lot less you will be annoyed about and might just enjoy the movie.

I myself am one of those 1% or whatever the number was that physically can't watch 3D movies, it doesn't work for me and makes me incredibly ill. And watching a 3d movie without the glasses isn't much fun either ;) But I think I saw it on tv later, (and perhaps the few moments that I did put my glasses back on) and remember the beauty of the nature, and the fluorescent plants. That is what has stuck with me (same for my mother, if there is beautiful scenery or weird creatures she'll actually check it out for a minute ;) )

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Level 48
May 8, 2018
Equally shocked. Rocky, Titanic, and GWTW are better than at least 20 of the films listed
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Level 87
Jan 12, 2020
The problem with IMDb or Yelp or any other user ratings is that it averages out the extreme ratings most people stupidly give. Many people leave no room for anything to rank higher than "I liked it" or lower than "didn't like it". You're throwing in the mix nerdy fanboys who don't have much range in taste.
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Level 78
Dec 13, 2021
Yes, you can really tell the demographics of the raters by this list.
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Level 83
May 30, 2022
If people like a movie that you haven't seen but decided that you didn't like because it was fantasy or science fiction or based on a comic book or popular franchise, that doesn't make them stupid. And your "range in taste" comment makes no sense and just further elucidates the fact that, as always, you don't really know much about these films you routinely express your disapproval of. Why are you so mad about a bunch of movies you haven't seen?
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Level 26
Dec 4, 2012
Cant believe "Weekend at Bernies" was not on the list.
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Level 67
Nov 25, 2014
Haha!
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Level 88
Dec 4, 2012
As super hero movies go, it's kind of hard to believe The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises made the list, while Superman IV: The Quest for Peace was somehow left off.
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Level 67
Nov 1, 2014
Assuming you aren't being sarcastic, most people hated Superman IV, and for good reason. If any Superman film was going to make the list, it would probably have been Superman II.

I agree that The Dark Knight Rises is a surprising inclusion. Honestly, the film wasn't that good.

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Level 62
Jan 24, 2019
The Dark Knight Rises was an amazing movie in its own right. Very Inspiring
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Level 57
Oct 30, 2020
But was it as good as Batman and Robin?
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Level 83
Nov 25, 2014
Superman 2 was soooo incredibly cheesy. If any one Superman movie made the list I'm sure it would be the first one, though personally (I know I'm in the minority) I thought Superman Returns was a far superior film.

and... just looked it up and I'm right. IMDB ratings:

Superman (1978) = 7.3

Man of Steel = 7.3

Superman (1948) = 7.3

Superman II = 6.8

So... Superman II is only the 4th highest rated Superman movie at IMDB.

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Level 75
Aug 11, 2017
That's because people DON'T LIKE SUPERMAN. I have never met someone whose favorite superhero was superman.
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Level 71
Apr 13, 2018
Superman II was certified fresh at 87%, so are you sure you're not just a "spiteful hater"? :-D
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Level 83
May 8, 2018
Pretty sure. Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB are not the same site. And any commercial success Superman 2 had at the box office happened when I was 1 year old. I wasn't following box office news at that point in my life. No chance for any to have annoyed me.
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Level 67
May 8, 2018
Can't comment on Superman Returns because I've never seen it, but there's no way in hell Man of Steel is better than Superman 2. There's a reason the DC film universe hasn't really taken off, and that's because it's built on a weak foundation. It isn't a completely horrible film the way Superman 3 and Superman 4 were, but it's a long way from good.
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Level 83
May 9, 2018
I'd say the same thing about Superman II: not as completely horrible as Superman 3 or 4, but still a long way from good. I agree with the IMDB rankings, except that I thought Superman Returns was better than any of them. I'm in the minority here; a lot of people hated that movie.
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Level 67
May 9, 2018
Going back to tschutzer's original comment though, I don't think I would put any Superman films on the list. But then again, I wouldn't put The Dark Knight Rises on the list either. That film suffered from being at least half an hour too long and having both Bane and Catwoman horribly miscast.
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Level 67
May 11, 2018
I loved the original Superman series growing up, but I hadn't seen any of it in about 20 years, until I saw both the original and Superman 3 on TV last week. And man....they are *bad.* The pacing in the first one is terrible, and the parts that are supposed to witty made me cringe. The third one was even worse. Richard Pryor skiing down the side of a building? Who thought that was a good idea? I'm not one to trash things just for being popular. I really loved those movies growing up. So much so that I really couldn't believe how bad they were on re-watching. Also makes me wonder why people trashed Superman Returns so much. It wasn't great, but it was head-and-shoulders above the original and Superman 3. I can't comment on #2 or #4 because I haven't seen them in ages, but I can't imagine they're much better than the others with Christopher Reeve.
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Level 78
Aug 25, 2020
the superman Christopher Reeves movies were fun at the time . I remember going to see the first two as a kid but the haven't aged well unlike some of the movies of that era . that said one of the movies I went to see as a kid was Robin Williams Popeye movie which was truly awful even then.
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Level 83
May 31, 2022
The one thing I really enjoyed as a child that seemed truly awful upon later seeing as an adult was Voltron. I recall seeing Superman IV in theaters - I must have just turned 8 - and even then I knew it was bad. But the first film was good for the time.
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Level 29
Dec 7, 2012
IMDB is completely based on user ratings and you get a lot of fan boys on that site, so the top films always have some strange ones and some glaring omissions.
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Level 77
Nov 25, 2014
I was just thinking the results appeared to be skewed toward males of a specific age group. Still, surprised that so many of the great ones were missing.
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Level 40
Dec 22, 2012
Darn, that was a lot harder than I thought it would be.
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Level 35
May 30, 2013
Where's Gone with the Wind, Ben Hur and The Ten Commandments?
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Level 71
Oct 10, 2013
In the dustbin of history.
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Level 75
Nov 23, 2014
Gone with the wind, I guess
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Level 83
Nov 30, 2021
Each of those require the viewer to have a significant attention span.
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Level 67
Dec 9, 2021
Also, ‘Lawrence of Arabia’. I think I used 3 days to watch that movie.
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Level 73
Oct 17, 2013
Patton, Platoon, Glory, The Longest Day....etc., etc., These are great movies!
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Level 48
Oct 24, 2016
If only the quiz was called "Movies I think Are Great"
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Level 48
Apr 3, 2018
Too right
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Level 83
Dec 6, 2013
Good quiz. Didn't realize that Old Boy (2003) was such a popular film. I think I'm going to pass on seeing the Spike Lee remake and just download the original.
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Level 83
Dec 18, 2013
I downloaded and watched the original. It was awful.
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Level 50
Aug 18, 2016
What didn't you like about Old Boy? I thought it was really inventive (if a bit messed up).
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Level 83
Oct 22, 2016
The premise and the ending were both absurd. Some of the actions sequences were inventive, but in my opinion this didn't make up for the rest. Particularly the ending. I mean, I won't spoil it, but wth?
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Level 87
Oct 24, 2016
I'm with kal here. Shock for shock's sake, I guess? Thought that movie was terrible.
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Level 53
Jan 21, 2014
Hey guys, I have a forrest gump trivia quiz, so check it out!!!
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Level 68
Jul 25, 2014
and what about Dude where is my car???
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Level 61
Apr 27, 2016
"Dude Where Is My Car". It would be amazing if they spoke like that in the film.
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Level 74
Dec 4, 2019
And then?
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Level 75
Dec 28, 2021
NO AND THEN!!!
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Level 61
Nov 25, 2014
Wow taking film studies last semester was actually good for something. I got a few of the obscure ones.
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Level 83
Nov 25, 2014
Wow. Insterstellar is that high up the list? I really need to see that. I've been meaning to. Most of these movies are very good. Though upon seeing how highly it was rated I decided to check out the Korean original version of Old Boy- and it was completely awful. Everything else on this list that I've seen was good or great except maybe The Green Mile.
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Level 83
Nov 25, 2014
Forgot I had already commented on this here a year ago... I guess it was this quiz that inspired me to watch that awful movie. :P
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Level 53
Nov 27, 2014
Interstellar was a great movie in my opinion
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Level 83
Nov 29, 2014
I saw it. I thought it was pretty good, though not the 12th best movie of all time. And I wish they didn't have to keep explaining basic physics, as if astronauts and scientists would need to do that, but I understand that the average audience member would have been lost without those explanations.
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Level 81
Dec 17, 2014
Interstellar: a complete waste of nine hours of my life. The three it took to watch it and the six (so far) I've spend ranting about how awful it was.
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Level 82
May 31, 2015
Well quit ranting, then.
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Level 56
Oct 25, 2016
I think Interstellar is a good movie, but not thaaat good. In my opinion it would rank Top 500, but never Top 35 as seen on IMDB.

Some I think are good but overrated: The usual suspects, American history X, Whiplash, The pianist, The prestige, Requiem for a Dream, Eternal sunshine and Amadeus.

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Level 83
Jan 19, 2019
For me The Prestige is absolutely brilliant and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind might be the single most poignant film ever made about the aftermath of a bad breakup.
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Level 78
Dec 10, 2020
Agree about the Prestige , it was a very underrated movie with an original well acted story.
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Level 78
Dec 13, 2021
Probably a typo, but I love "defiantly" in the post above -- it works!
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Level 68
Aug 1, 2019
What didn't you like about Green Mile? It's been a really long time since I saw it but I remember thinking it was pretty good.
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Level 75
Nov 25, 2014
1) it's jean rEno, not rAno

2) putting 'tom hanks' for 'toy story iii' is misleading!

3) i believe 'Nuovo Cinema Paradiso' should be accepted for 'Cinema Paradiso'

Cool quiz!

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Level 87
Nov 25, 2014
At least Tom Hanks can be seen as the lead actor for TS3. I got stumped on "Paul Reiser" even though I've seen Aliens a bunch of times. He's a key character, but really, should have just listed Sigourney Weaver there again (even though she's listed for Alien).
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Level ∞
Nov 26, 2014
Fixed the spelling of Reno.
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Level 75
Nov 25, 2014
There's also a shorter Top 20 Most Famous Movies quiz based on this list.
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Level 67
Nov 25, 2014
Weird choice to sometimes mention the director instead of an actor. Especially since it only says "actor" on the top of the column.
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Level 68
Aug 1, 2019
I agree that it's a bit inconsistent, but I don't think I would have gotten seven samurai if they named an actor from the film. When I saw Akira Kurosawa I was able to get it pretty easily.
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Level 56
Nov 25, 2014
I nearly didn't realise the 1993 Liam Neeson film was Schindler's List because I didn't believe it was over 20 years ago! :(
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Level 55
Nov 25, 2014
a little bit of time more needed!

great quizz, but for typing 100 titles, 12 minutes is not enough! got only 42...

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Level 66
Nov 25, 2014
Billy Dee Williams for Return of the Jedi instead of Mark Hamill? WTF?
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Level 43
Aug 19, 2016
Lmao I don't get why Quizmaster chose him instead of Mark Hamill. I didn't even realize he was Lando until I searched him up.
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Level 87
Jan 11, 2020
He could have used Hamill for A New Hope instead of Harrison Ford, since Ford is already used for Raiders of the Lost Ark.
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Level 53
Nov 27, 2014
Just saw Interstellar - it was awesome...glad to see it so high on the list
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Level 15
Dec 7, 2014
You should switch Pacino and Brando for the godfather movies. Brando wasn't in part II at all so he should be the actor that you show.
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Level 64
Dec 13, 2014
Indeed... shame on you, Quizmaster!
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Level ∞
Dec 14, 2014
Fixed. I feel so ashamed.
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Level 46
Jan 29, 2015
I did not read the instructions correctly and was trying to pick the most popular rentals. I missed with guesses of Avatar, Titanic, Speed, Mission Impossible, Jerry Maguire, Apollo 13, Unforgiven, Deer Hunter, Animal House, Top Gun, the Big Lebowski, Batman Begins, Gangs of New York, Field of Dreams. It would be interesting to see a quiz about the most streamed or rented movies rather than those with the highest ratings on Netflix.
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Level 68
Aug 1, 2019
I really liked gangs of new york, was disappointed it wasn't there
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Level 32
Feb 10, 2015
Please come check out my top 100 version, Imdb's version is a great list, but it does not take in account of much older movies, my list is a difficult, and accurate top 100 movies of all time list!
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Level 59
Aug 30, 2015
Surprised and disappointed that Gone With The Wind isn't on the list. As for what (in my opinion) shouldn't be, I could name quite a few, but I don't want to start a whole thing!
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Level 71
Oct 5, 2015
Surprised jaws didn't make the list, groundbreaking movie
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Level 45
Dec 7, 2015
Maybe accept 'Das Leben der Anderen' for 'The Lives of the Others'?
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Level 68
Feb 20, 2016
please add more time!
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Level 70
Oct 24, 2016
Seconded
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Level 43
May 9, 2016
I made a quiz for the brand new "80 best-directed Films" list according to the Directors Guild of America : http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/71167/the-80-best-directed-films-directors-guild-of-america
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Level 75
Oct 5, 2016
I think 'nuovo cinema paradiso' should be accepted
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Level 88
Oct 5, 2016
I've seen 75 of these. I watch too many movies.
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Level 92
Oct 9, 2016
Nice quiz. IMDB's list is weird, but it is what it is. No sign of Some Like it Hot, Metropolis, and countless other great movies, but still this is fun to do. There are some truly odd choices, but I guess they have an enthusiastic fan base which rates them on IMDB.
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Level 59
Oct 22, 2016
Shawshank Redemption deserves its place at the top. It's also great to see one of the greatest directors ever, Akira Kurosawa, getting at least some recognition. Seeing Chan-Wook Park's Oldboy here is really heartwarming, as is seeing so many Studio Ghibli films. And Chaplin - who doesn't love Chaplin?

It's a shame that none of films by Andrzej Wajda, Pedro Almodóvar, Kim Ki-Duk, Terry Gilliam or Wong-Kar Wai - just to name a few - make the list. Jean-Pierre Jeunet does, but honestly, I'd choose Delicatessen over Amélie any day.

Some of my all-time favourite movies that I would include here are: The Big Lebowski, The Crow, Lady Vengeance, Birdcage Inn and Lady Snowblood.

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Level 67
Oct 24, 2016
Given the demographic that populates so much of IMDB, I'm surprised the Big Lebowski isn't on here. It belongs with many great movies that also didn't make the list, but I feel like the Coen brothers would fit right in among these movies. Frankly, I'm surprised Fargo and No Country for Old Men aren't here as well.
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Level 50
Oct 22, 2016
You could add some time. For those who dont speak English as their native language it takes some time to get right translation.
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Level 67
Oct 23, 2016
Apparently if you are Tarantino or Nolan almost everything you make is Top 100. Surprised Jackie Brown and Insomnia aren’t on the list.
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Level 67
Oct 24, 2016
Yeah, they have favorite directors. There's a moment there where I just started typing all the Kurosawa, Kubrick, Nolan, and Hitchcock films I could think of.

Also, just in case anyone is taking recs from the comment section, I'd strongly recommend City of God. That's a great movie.

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Level 73
May 30, 2018
Surprising that no Wes Anderson film makes the list, though. He's usually up there in the favorite directors of the apparent demographics of this list.
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Level 63
Oct 24, 2016
The Dark Knight Rises is not just the worst movie on this list; it's one of the worst movies to ever make millions of dollars. Fight me IRL if you disagree
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Level 83
Oct 25, 2016
I don't think it's the worst movie on this list. Probably not even in the bottom 20. But there's at least a case that could be made for that. On the other hand, worst movie to make "millions" of dollars? Are you kidding? Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever, currently sitting at 0% on the Tomatometer, made "millions" of dollars (14, to be exact). The worst movies ever made, if they get a wide release, will still earn at least two million dollars. Do you mean worst to make a billion dollars? But it's not even close to the worst in that category, either. Two Pirates movies, Jurassic World, Furious 7, Minions, two Transformers movies, and the last Harry Potter film all grossed over a billion dollars internationally.
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Level 67
Oct 26, 2016
Ecks vs. Sever was my least favorite movie experience of my life. Terrible films usually reach a point of badness at which it almost becomes charming, or you at least want to see how much it can get (I am reminded of Adam Sandler's output from about 2009-2013. There are so many face-palm moments that you end up being engaged. Ecks vs. Sever was just wholly unpleasant, like being stuck in a room with a rancid piece of meat that stinks. You just have to sit there and endure it, with no strong reaction of any kind. You just try not to think about it.
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Level 67
Oct 26, 2016
How much *worse* it can get, that is.
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Level 54
Oct 25, 2016
Disappointed to see The Prestige with only 13%. My personal favorite; highly recommended to all!
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Level 83
May 8, 2018
great movie!
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Level 87
Dec 9, 2021
The Prestige is probably Nolan's best, or one of his best, even though my personal favorite of his is Inception.
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Level 83
May 29, 2022
Hard to pick a favorite for me off of Nolan's resume. Everything he's done has been great. But if forced to I think my personal favorite is Memento and least favorite is probably either Tenet or The Dark Knight Rises.
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Level 60
Nov 7, 2016
One disadvantage of the autocomplete is that you may not realize that it has dropped down to the answer space and you'll keep typing. That can mess up your next answer and the one after that and so on until you realize that even though you're typing in correct answers, they're not registering. I missed a lot of them that I DID type in but they didn't pop up.
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Level 40
Mar 29, 2017
Titles in the original language should count (example: Begnini's "la vita e bella")
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Level 69
Apr 11, 2018
It worked for me today so I guess they added it to the type-ins since you posted this.
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Level 71
Apr 29, 2017
Did you like "Burn after Reading?"......... if so try the quiz ..... type in "Burn after reading."
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Level 83
May 25, 2017
What? No "Ernest Goes to Camp"?!!!
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Level 32
Aug 25, 2017
"Cidade de Deus" should be accepted in City of God. It's the movie's original language afterall
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Level 33
Feb 1, 2018
Great quiz. Ashamed I missed Shawshank. Would have guess if Robbins instead of Freeman... I think.

Those that shouldn't be in this list:

Pulp Fiction - nothing special.

All LOTR should be in top 10.

Fight Club - meh.

All 3 original SW in top 10

12 Angy men... watched for first time in last 5 years and its really hard to see people act like they used to - over exasperated.

The Professional? Didn't get the attraction.

T2 - top 20 easily.

oldboy? mmm no.

braveheart - easily top 20

Lots of others that are far over celebrated or simply missing.

Where's Predator? Groundhog Day? Shrek?

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Level 67
May 8, 2018
Several titles were tough to come up based on the actor given. My brain does not immediately go to "Shawshank" when someone mentions Morgan Freeman. My brain had to overcome a number of red herrings like that.
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Level 19
Dec 9, 2021
I know Morgan Freeman from Now You See Me. It is a great film.
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Level 59
Nov 30, 2021
Pulp Fiction is slightly overrated but I'd still say it's definitely top 15 material. I have Star Wars original trilogy all in my top 10 but I feel way too biased with that
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Level 83
Dec 9, 2021
Reasonably astute comment except for your remark about Fight Club, which is an all around exceptional film. But one of the things about films like Fight Club, being so different and controversial, is most people fall into one of two extreme camps, either loving or hating the movie. To me, I think that a film of this nature can't even be considered great unless there are large numbers of people who passionately hate it. "meh" to me means something like indifference or "it was okay"... which I don't think I've ever heard anyone say about Fight Club.
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Level 78
Dec 13, 2021
Fight Club is a weird one. I remember thinking it was really good when I saw it in the theater, but the fan base around it has become so toxic that I can see why many people are put off these days.
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Level 83
Dec 14, 2021
Remarkably poor reason to dislike a great movie. Though it's the same reason my father gives for hating the Washington Redskins.
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Level 69
Apr 11, 2018
I always love doing this quiz, but I wish there was a little more time. As it is, just reading and taking the bare minimum of time to think about my answer (or moving on to the next if I can't think of anything within a few seconds), I have never had the time to get to the last items on the list :-/
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Level 87
Apr 18, 2018
Poor Amir Khan. 3 of the bottom 5 guessed are his. (Never heard of him either. :-)
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Level 83
May 8, 2018
I've seen posters and people selling bootleg copies of "3 Idiots" but have never actually seen a performance of his. Must be big in India.
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Level 63
May 8, 2018
Titanic, ET, Wizard of Oz?
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Level 67
May 11, 2018
The results are based on the IMDB polls. If it's not there, it's not there. It's not like the author unilaterally made the list.
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Level 42
May 8, 2018
Matthew McConaughey could have been a better clue for interstellar
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Level 84
May 8, 2018
plz also accept the original Titles and not just the English ones (like Das leben der anderen instead of The lives of others or La vite e Bella instead of Life is Beautiful). Not everyone watches these classics in English
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Level 48
May 8, 2018
Need a reason that My Big Fat Greek Wedding is not on this list.
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Level 85
Nov 30, 2021
Because, @JC3, the majority of IMDB voters appear to be males aged 15 to 30 (I pulled that range out of thin air). :-(
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Level 84
Dec 2, 2021
For real. A horde of fanboys crashed this party.
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Level 36
May 8, 2018
Avengers:Infinity War should be added, I checked IMDB today and Infinity War was number 5 on the list of top 250.
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Level 67
May 9, 2018
No movie that new should be added. People's overall opinions and ratings fluctuate quite a bit after it first comes out. Let's see if Infinity War is still up there in six months or a year.
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Level 68
Aug 1, 2019
I kinda agree with this, if a movie is still considered really good 5-10 years after it's made, that's a much better indication that it's well made. I imagine avatar would have been near the top of the list when it came out, but 10 years later it's not in the top 100.
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Level 61
May 8, 2018
I missed it in the quiz but I cried more at Grave of the Fireflies more than any other movie I ever saw.
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Level 66
May 8, 2018
I know its not correct but possibly 'untouchables' as a type in for 'intouchables'.. tried that about 10 times as I was sure it would be on there but kept thinking it was called 'untouchables'.
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Level 87
Jul 11, 2021
The Untouchables is a very famous, thoroughly unrelated movie.
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Level 87
Dec 9, 2021
I've seen both The Untouchables and The Intouchables, and while both are great, I like The Untouchables more.
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Level 83
May 30, 2022
The Intouchables was the highest-grossing French-language film ever made (might still be?). It was remade into an American movie starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart called The Upside, which was not generally as well-regarded.
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Level 67
May 9, 2018
It saddens me that Monty Python and the Holy Grail isn't on the list. I'd certainly put it above films like Inglourious Basterds. Then again, I also wouldn't put Stanley Kubrick's various "classics" on the list either, so I know my opinions are not often representative of the majority.
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Level 87
Jun 18, 2018
Personally, all those who voted to be Brian up on their crosses should have had some say.
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Level 67
Nov 30, 2019
It is .2 or .3 out of 10 away from making the list
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Level 60
May 9, 2018
My knowledge of anime has finally paid off.
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Level 65
May 10, 2018
I was glad to see Leon:The Professional and City of God here(for what it's worth). Two movies I really liked. Was disappointed with myself for missing Once Upon A Time in America, Double Indemnity and Grave of the Fireflies. All really good movies that I saw a long time ago. I was surprised to see Princess Mononoke in here but not Howl's Moving Castle, Spirited Away, Kiki's Delivery Service, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Winds or Ponyo; all of which I thought were as good as or better than Princess Mononoke. And in a similar vein, how does Snatch make the list and not Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels?
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Level 67
May 11, 2018
Knowing the crowd that populates IMDB, I was shocked while solving that only two Tarantino films made the list...then I gave up and realized I missed both Django and Basterds. Inglourious Basterds is by far my favorite of his movies. I've watched it at least twice in the past month. Ashamed I missed it.
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Level 87
Jun 18, 2018
Go away already, Shawshank.
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Level 83
May 30, 2022
my god you've got awful... just terrible... taste in film. Who doesn't like The Shawshank Redemption? And I don't recall you ever mentioning a movie that you did like. You only gripe about films that other people like. What is your idea of a good movie? Empire by Andy Warhol? Plan 9 From Outer Space? The Twilight saga? Maybe you're a big fan of the Hallmark Channel? Why don't you say something positive for once and tell us what we're all missing out on?
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Level 87
Jun 18, 2018
IMDb was 4chan with a language filter so they wiped out the entire history of comments. Too bad, it was a treasure of help and information if you steered away from blockbuster b.s. movies. Just overzealous fanboys voting over and over for their nerd favorites. The Top 100 was always a joke, with message boards pushing to drive the newest comic book movie to #1 all time and then congratulating themselves on how great their newest treasure in their 14-year-old lives was. A month later, repeat with something else.
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Level 83
Jun 2, 2022
That makes perfect sense. Everyone knows only overzealous fanboys liked The Godfather.
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Level 58
Aug 17, 2018
Missing are two films I consider to be in the all-time Top 10 (if you haven't seen them, it would be worth your while): "The Best Years Of Our Lives" and "The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre".
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Level 47
Aug 30, 2018
Allow How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb for Dr Strangeglove?
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Level 83
Jan 19, 2019
Why wouldn't you just type in the much shorter Dr. Strangelove?
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Level 87
Dec 9, 2021
Because he was asking for Dr. Strangeglove.
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Level 83
May 29, 2022
oh that makes sense. But wasn't the full title for that one How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Prostate Exam?
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Level 80
Dec 1, 2019
This comment made my day
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Level 68
Aug 1, 2019
I think I'm gonna have to watch Leon the professional sometime soon.
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Level 44
Oct 6, 2019
No one actually got M on purpose, let’s face it.
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Level 84
Dec 4, 2019
I would get it but I always type Matrix before ;).
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Level 56
Dec 9, 2021
This was me. I wondered why Matrix wasn't accepted and then realised I'd typed "atrix" but my score had gone up
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Level 19
Dec 9, 2021
Yeah, I have never heard of M, but I got it when typing Matrix.
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Level 76
Dec 13, 2021
M is a great movie. Still feels fresh after 90 years.
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Level 81
Dec 1, 2019
#35 is surely animated? Also just "Endgame" wasn't accepted? But for Infinity war that was enough. Not consistent.
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Level ∞
Dec 1, 2019
Fixed, thanks.
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Level 64
Dec 1, 2019
If I remember correctly Lion King should be colored yellow?
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Level ∞
Dec 1, 2019
Dang, you're right. I thought it was a documentary.
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Level 74
Dec 1, 2019
It says Amir Khan, not Aamir Khan for 3 Idiots
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Level ∞
Dec 1, 2019
Okay
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Level 81
Dec 2, 2019
Your Name is animated
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Level ∞
Dec 2, 2019
Fixed, thanks.
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Level 84
Dec 7, 2019
A lot of good movies on here (many of which are good but not *that* good), but I have to say that 2001: A Space Odyssey is still the single most boring film I have ever watched.
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Level 74
Jan 11, 2020
I really enjoyed the slow pace of the movie. I am often a bit annoyed by modern movies trying to pace and cut everfaster and pushing an idiotic amount of plot into a single movie. Seeing movies like 2001, Yeelen, Eraserhead, were they just pump the breaks and give you time to enjoy, becomes soothing in contrast.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
I watched the 1964 dr strangelove a couple of weeks ago. I had to force myself to watch to the end ( and if I wasn't very ill I probably wouldn't have. Would ve gotten up and done something else) I was curious what it was all about. But seriously really don't think I have ever seen anything more boring. And when it was done I was like, ok, that was.... an experience... I can atleast say I ve seen it now.. BUt sort of with the feeling of being abandoned at the busstop, confused and, ok now what?
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Level 70
Dec 8, 2019
STILL needs more time.

Twelve minutes is not a lot to guess a hundred answers. Just over seven seconds to read each clue, think and type an answer. It probably needs closer to twenty mins, especially for those of us on Ipads who have to scroll down every time.

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Level 68
Jan 11, 2020
Please accept Jagten for The Hunt (that's its original name, in Danish)
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Level 60
Jan 11, 2020
Imagine unironically placing Return of the Jedi -- the Star Wars movie that everyone considers the worst of the original trilogy and the one everyone agrees is the moment when Lucas cashed out to sell toys over making a good story -- above Citizen Kane, the movie that tops basically every "Best Movies of All Time" lists. IMDB users are strange.
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Level 59
Nov 30, 2021
The users aren't strange because individual users don't purposely rate ROTJ over Citizen Kane but when it all averages out that's just how it is.
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Level 59
Nov 30, 2021
The users aren't strange because individual users don't purposely rate ROTJ over Citizen Kane but when it all averages out that's just how it is.
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Level 28
Jan 11, 2020
this is such a straight, white man list lol but it is interesting to think how the list would change if it could be filtered to "top rated films by women" or LGBT people etc
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
No people were excluded everybody is allowed to rate those movies.

But yea if you are gonna target specific demographics (instead of allowing everyone to rate) like 6 year old kids you would get a different list than 80 year old grandmothers.

(Though they both might like "UP" ;) )

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Level 80
Nov 29, 2021
Well there is a bit of an issue there, given I doubt children are well-represented on IMDB. Plus I imagine the demographics of IMDB are skewed towards Americans, and they have to be computer users, so that likely excludes certain age groups etc.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Plus I really don't see what is so "male" about this list, but maybe that is just me.
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Level 78
Dec 13, 2021
Most of this list is movies by, for, and about white American men. Even with the historical constraints on who gets to make movies and the kind of audiences most are made for, there's a whole world of excellent movies that aren't included here -- likely because they're considered chick flicks or are otherwise aimed at a demographic less represented by IMDB raters.
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Level 69
Jan 13, 2020
Well that confirms my long-adopted strategy when deciding whether to see a film, never take any notice of the IMDB ratings.
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Level 58
Jan 27, 2021
I get that theres some really stupid inclusions (Irishman) and some pretty glaring exclusions (Taxi Driver, Robert de Niro has a lot I guess), but overall this list isn't too bad. You disliking means you generally disagree with the tastes of the general population
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Level 65
Jan 13, 2020
Nowhere near enough time!
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Level 53
Jan 14, 2020
I wonder how "M" got 85%? I've never heard of it....
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Level 43
Jan 20, 2020
Are you joking? Cause the first movie you guess that starts with "M", you'll guess that one instead by accident
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Level 67
Feb 12, 2020
M will count first if you attempt to type a movie that begins with M, such as the Matrix or Memento
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Level 63
Jan 23, 2020
Nice to see Joker in the top 20. It really was the best new movie I've seen in a long time.
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Level 67
Apr 10, 2020
Ah that's where my M went..
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Level 59
Apr 10, 2020
Yoo I love 3 Idiots and I've been meaning to watch Dangal, Bollywood is so underrated
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Level 59
Apr 10, 2020
and Taare Zameen Par or Like Stars on Earth
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Level 59
Apr 10, 2020
Also Infinity War and The Dark Knight Rises suck
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Level 83
Aug 25, 2020
this explains your love for Bollywood
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Level 59
Jun 7, 2021
Honestly most of it sucks idk why I said it was underrated it's really just a few films that are good
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Level 59
Apr 10, 2020
Accept Taare Zameen Par, the hindi name for Like Stars on Earth, I've literally never heard anyone actually call it by the English name
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Level 59
May 8, 2020
went from 26 to 35
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Level 75
Nov 21, 2020
Needs WAY more time
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Level 53
Nov 26, 2020
I mean, mostly agreeable, but what the heck is IMDB thinking putting damn JOKER at 19?
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Level 87
Jul 11, 2021
Top 19,000 maybe.
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Level 80
Dec 10, 2020
I'd fall asleep during half these movies. But then I'm old, and it's hard to beat a good nap.
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Level 57
Dec 10, 2020
I think this quiz is great, but needs a little more time.
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Level 78
Dec 10, 2020
They include the Irishman but don't include Robert De Niros two best movies TaxiDriver and Raging Bull ridiculous.
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Level 64
Jan 14, 2021
True, Taxi Driver perhaps his best performance ever
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Level 58
Jan 27, 2021
As its user submitted, these will all have recency bias.
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Level 28
Aug 6, 2021
how do you explain once upon a time in america? a movie in which most people have never heard of..i got it right mainly because i worked at a video store around the time when it was released on video
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Level 64
Jan 14, 2021
Scarface..
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Level 59
Nov 30, 2021
I know right.
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Level 52
Jan 18, 2021
You might want to update this list.
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Level 58
Jan 27, 2021
What is your guys´ favorite documentary? Mine has to be Hoop Dreams, I would absolutely put it on this list
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Level 59
Dec 10, 2021
Loved Hoop Dreams. I think Crumb is the best documentary ever made.
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Level 87
Jul 11, 2021
Title: 100 movies with most fanboys who will automatically give it a 10 against the fewest rabid haters who will come to give it a 1.

That's what you get when it's open public voting. Completely unbalanced, knee-jerk assessment.

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Level 67
Nov 30, 2021
There is never going to be a method in which the rating system is unbiased, because rating movies is subjective. I find that this public voting system is the best method of rating movies, and is more accurate than other metrics like Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic. I also find it more accurate than individual reviews, because it accounts for the aggregate rating. The only clear disadvantage (outside of the sample size of 20,000 reviews) is the notable lack of Horror and Comedy movies, largely because there will be hordes of people who rate a movie on how scary/funny they think the movie is, rather than rating it based solely on the quality of the movie.
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Level 69
Nov 30, 2021
It depends what type of movie SHOULD be rewarded, shouldn't it? Do we want popcorn movies? Unartistic movies are beginning to garner more and more acclaim on things like IMDB, and I feel like that is directly related to how much effort the studios puts into manipulating those metrics. Personally, I usually find Meta Critic is a better indicator of the actual quality of the film whereas Rotten Tomatoes and IMDB seem to be manipulated by large studios. The popular vote, aside from manipulation, is flawed, too. I think almost anyone can agree that The Matrix is just NOT the 15th best movie of all time (circa 2021). It's an influential popcorn flick that's part of American culture... but it's not a masterpiece. Anyway, that is to say that IMDB seems to have shifted to a measure of just what gives people pleasure, rather than what they think has artistic merit. Transformers has a 7/10 on IDMB as of 2021... so... yeah. IMDB sucks.
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Level 59
Nov 30, 2021
Honestly from what I've seen IMDB tends to have more reasonable ratings than Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, which will often be very skewed to one side, like tons of films will have 99% and then some have 5%
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Level 83
May 29, 2022
As a rabid hater yourself, are you mad that the people who have enjoyed these films outnumber you? I mean, pretty much every one of these movies were fantastic by almost any standard.

I actually think that, by and large, what happens on IMDb is the opposite of what you describe. In general, most of the ratings are absolutely spot-on. This is product of the "wisdom of crowds": the tendency to arrive at very close to the exact right answer when you average guesses from a very large number of people. But, sometimes, a film's large number of rabid haters (Titanic, Avatar), will bring down the average score much lower than it objectively ought to be. So it seems to me that the haters have more influence on IMDb than the fanboys do. Otherwise you might expect to see films like Twilight or Harry Potter or the Star Wars prequels near the top.

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Level 83
May 30, 2022
You also completely contradicted what you said above one year ago about us not being able to trust the ratings because most people would rate any film as average...

Could it be you haven't really thought through this analysis and are just leaving unbalanced knee-jerk comments? Because you saw some movies on the list that you didn't personally care for? hm....

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Level 63
Aug 23, 2021
Lol you really should accept Taare Zameen Par for Like Stars on Earth (Aamir Khan). The former is the actual title in Hindi.
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Level 59
Nov 30, 2021
Yup
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Level 83
Nov 30, 2021
What? No Jaws 4?
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Level 59
Nov 30, 2021
Some new ones as of yesterday, sad to see some like Irishman leave
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Level 74
Dec 1, 2021
I would guess that people giving ratings skew young and male, given the disproportionate number of super hero movies on list.
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Level 83
May 30, 2022
Disproportionate to what? They make tons of superhero movies these days. If anything they're extremely underrepresented on the above list. Maybe you're just not aware that some of them are actually very good.
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Level 83
May 30, 2022
There are six comic book movies on this list. 6 out of 100. Or 6%.

In 2021, outside of China, 5 out of 10 of the 10 highest-grossing films worldwide were comic book movies. Or 50%. Only one of which was anywhere near good enough to make it on the above prestigious list... but it still fell just short.

They're extremely underrepresented. Also, the comic book movies that appear on the above list were, in addition to being rated very highly by thousands if not millions of IMDb user, also glowingly reviewed by film critics of all ages and genders. And every one of the 6 were thoroughly enjoyed by the 70-year-old grandmother that I often go to movies with (my mom). I know it hurts, but maybe try to open your mind just a little bit.

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Level 71
Dec 1, 2021
please accept "Das Leben der Anderen" for the Martina Gedeck one
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Level 50
Dec 9, 2021
A moment of silence for the 9% who didn't guess the movie 'M'
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Level 36
Dec 9, 2021
what makes it more sad is that means they also didn't guess matrix.
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Level 39
Dec 9, 2021
i was surprised to see Hamilton counted as a movie
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Level 57
Dec 9, 2021
No Gone With The Wind, but a bunch of stuff no one has ever heard of.
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Level 83
May 29, 2022
If no one has heard of these films, who went to IMDb to rate them?

I'm guessing that you are a) not Indian, and b) haven't visited the cinema since 1939.

If the latter guess is accurate, you should go again! Things have gotten a lot better since then!

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Level 72
Dec 9, 2021
I bet Paul Reiser is as surprised as anyone to see his name on this list.
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Level 53
Dec 9, 2021
Movies that boys aged 16-25 like
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Level 83
May 29, 2022
riight... all the teen boys out there just LOVE the Shawshank Redemption, The Godfather, and 12 Angry Men. Contemplative and deliberate black & white courtroom dramas are just a cynical ploy to sell toys and lunch boxes.
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Level 65
Dec 11, 2021
What? No 'Waterworld'? Oh wait, I may have been thinking of 'Deep Throat'. Nevermind.
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Level 47
May 27, 2022
Only got the 'M'