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The Best Movies Ever Made (Top 40) (Greatest Films Of All Time)

  • Published on Jan 4, 2013
  • In my opinion: these are really the best 40 movies ever made!!! Unfortunately I forgot to mention some movies like INTO THE WILD, LIFE OF PI or SHUTTER ISLAND (or INTERSTELLAR cause it came out after I've created this video)... BUT:
    Movies like LORD OF THE RINGS, STAR WARS, FIGHT CLUB, GOODFELLAS, SCARFACE, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN, 300, MAGNOLIA etc. or the whole old stuff like PSYCHO, CASABLANCA, CITIZEN KANE, 12 ANGRY MEN, THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY (entire Dollar-Trilogy),VERTIGO, CLOCKWORK ORANGE, ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, THE KID, MODERN TIMES, THE GREAT DICTATOR, SEVEN SAMURAI, RAGING BULL, SHINING, JAWS, 2001 etc. etc. etc. most of them are great, even very great, of course!!! AND YES I've seen them all!!! But in my opinion, they can not be counted among the 40 best movies of all time only cause they are old, classic and have good ratings TODAY, most of them from people older than 60!!! Why am I emphasizing TODAY? Cause many of these todays "Big Classics" were nothing special at their time, some even have been hated and only many many years later and mostly after the death of the director they become classics!!! So what is the fault of the todays directors whose masterpieces came after the Hitchcocks, Kubricks & Co.?! Who can say what people gonna think about Nolan, Spielberg, Fincher, Cameron & Co. in 20, 30, 40 years (if they are even today legends)? Then their movies of the last years become classics! So what? In contrast to many of you, I have my own opinion and I'm not being influenced and impressed by the years and the todays status of a movie, what only additionally do manipulate and raise up the value and impression of it! And by the way... all the movies of my list have everywhere !!!extreme high!!! ratings too... you can check it yourself (for example at IMDb)!!!
    I'm not really a Kubrick, Lynch or Hitchcock fan! (AND YES I've watched many of their movies!)
    And for the critics here are the IMDb (by far the most credible rating stage) ratings of my movies:
    Memento: 8,5
    The Lion King: 8,5
    Jurassic Park 8,1
    The Exorcist: 8,0
    The Last Samurai: 7,7 (lil bit underrated, could be an 8,0 as well!)
    The Elephant Man: 8,2
    Cast Away: 7,7 (underrated, deserves minimum 8,2)
    Pulp Fiction: 9,0
    Rain Man: 8,0
    Inception 8,8
    Se7en: 8,7
    Good Will Hunting: 8,2
    Million Dollar Baby: 8,1
    Hachi: 8,2
    Munich: 7,6 (extremely underrated - deserved minimum 8,4)
    One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: 8,8
    The Game: 7,8 (underrated - deserved minimum 8.4)
    Gran Torino: 8,2
    American Beauty: 8,5
    Avatar: 7,9
    Léon: 8,6
    Blood Diamond: 8,0
    Terminator: 8,1
    Terminator 2: 8,5
    Indiana Jones: - Raiders Of The Lost Ark: 8,6
    - Temple Of Doom: 7,6 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,0)
    - Last Crusade: 8,3
    American History X: 8,6
    The Pianist: 8,5
    The Sixth Sense: 8,2
    Life Is Beautiful: 8,6
    Pan's Labyrinth: 8,3 (Lil' underrated - deserved minimum 8,6)
    Titanic: 7,7 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,4)
    The Shawshank Redemption: 9,3
    The Godfather: 9,2
    The Godfather Part II: 9,1
    Alien: 8,5
    Aliens: 8,4
    Braveheart: 8,4 (underrated - deserved minimum 8,8)
    The Matrix: 8,7
    Forrest Gump: 8,8
    Batman Begins: 8,3
    The Dark Knight: 9,0
    The Dark Knight Rises: 8,6
    Gladiator: 8,5 (deserved 8,8)
    The Green Mile: 8,5 (deserved minimum 8,9)
    Schindler's List: 8,9 (deserved minimum 9,3)
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Comments • 4 663

  • night on the tiles

    Any list that has memento at 40 behind the likes of lion king is ridiculous.. Just my opinion of course.. But to put such an original film at 40 is pure madness and I can only suppose you watched it once and didn't understand it

  • Pamela Denton
    Pamela Denton Day ago

    But thanks for a great review of very excellent films some of which I will now see again thanks to the reminder

  • Pamela Denton
    Pamela Denton Day ago

    If you haven't seen "Freaks" by Tod Browning in 1932 or Hellzapoppin by C. Potter en 1941 or Stand by Me by Rob Reiner in 1986 (based on a novel by Stephen King) or When Harry Met Sally by Rob Reiner in 1989, or It's a Wonderful Life by Frank Capra in 1946, or Twelve Angry Men by Sidney Lumet in 1957 ... you might like to take a look ... I could go on but it's time for bed

  • Reku Trevin
    Reku Trevin 2 days ago +1

    Lord of The rings for me is not a Movie its beyond all of the other Movies, the best Movie in History.

  • A N
    A N 3 days ago

    life of pie
    city of god
    fifty first dates
    cool world
    ready player one
    avengers infnity war
    bad boys
    shangai noon and nights
    cast away
    gods must be crazy
    born free
    over the top
    the gambler
    million dollar baby
    kung fu hustle snd shaolin soccer
    meet the robinsons
    sleeping beauty
    alice in wonderland
    polar express
    blood diamond
    deep blue sea
    american me
    get rich or die trying
    american gangster
    the getaway
    law abiding citizen
    fast and furius
    into the blue
    the predator
    a few goodmen
    the patriot
    basketball diaries
    forrest gump
    karste kid
    i robot
    two brothers
    gods of egypt
    gang related
    above the rim
    love and basketball
    escape from alcatraz
    gran tourino
    saving private ryan
    i saw the devil
    paid in full
    don juan demarco
    blades of glory
    a sharks tale
    that movie with sandra bullick in space forgot the name
    mad max thunderdome
    planet of the apes
    jurassic park
    last samurai
    kaizer soze
    the fugitive
    infiana jones and the temple of doom
    in the end its between over the top, blood sport, the matrix and cast away or blood in blood out
    i would give it to blood in blood out gor the ultimate movie of all time tied with over the top
    ill keep adding
    no specific order

  • bhaskar sen
    bhaskar sen 4 days ago

    The 40 best movies are a despicable part of incredible evaluation very wrongly inferred and made.
    Bhaskar Sen

  • Adrian Thomas
    Adrian Thomas 9 days ago

    Huge bias towards recent films.

  • moparmenace59
    moparmenace59 9 days ago

    fair enough list. some on here, like forrest gump are on my list, others ,memento's, never heard of my point is these lists are as different as a fingerprint. I say sit back and watch what pleases you. my top 5 list looks like this,#5 the man who shot liberty valance,# 4 two lane blacktop,#3 forest gump,#2 star wars,a new hope,#1 American graffti

  • Namispond Jamispond
    Namispond Jamispond 10 days ago

    Not even one Madonna film? Well that's just shocking lol. Clearly you have never seen The Color Purple, and Grease should be high up there too.

  • Yasin Yunas
    Yasin Yunas 13 days ago

    where is Scarface

  • amy clarke
    amy clarke 13 days ago

    top 10 best movies my 10 beauty and the beast 90s so touching well drawn too 9 the shining 80s scary but well filmed 8 the elephant man 80s sad but needed to be made 7 back to the future 80s fun and techinally good 6 rainman 80s thoughtful and well acted 5 good will hunting 90s great and well written 4 when harry met sally 80s lovely and well acted 3 4 weddings and a funeral sad funny well written 90s 2 the full monty 90s funny sad and well written 1 gwtw 30s sad fun well acted 😁

  • GamersCraft
    GamersCraft 13 days ago


  • Daniel Bautista
    Daniel Bautista 13 days ago +1

    Here is my list
    30. Young Frankenstein
    29. Some Kind of Wonderful
    28. The Darjeeling Limited
    27. The Nightmare Before Christmas
    26. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    25. Princess Mononoke
    24. Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl
    23. Evil Dead 2
    22. Battle Royale
    21. Snatch
    20. Unbreakable
    19. Shaun of the Dead
    18. Pan’s Labyrinth
    17. Ed Wood
    16. Half Nelson
    15. Finding Nemo
    14. Dead Poets Society
    13. The Pianist
    12. Children of Men
    11. Rocky
    10. Amadeus
    9. Spirited Away
    8. Lost in Translation
    7. The Princess Bride
    6. Good Will Hunting
    5. Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
    4. Edward Scissorhands
    3. The Prestige
    2. The Shawshank Redemption
    1. The Thin Red Line

    • Daniel Bautista
      Daniel Bautista 9 days ago

      Feel free to comment what should’ve been higher

    • Owen B.
      Owen B. 9 days ago +1

      Daniel Bautista That's one hell of a number one choice, amazing movie.

  • Kalman Horvath
    Kalman Horvath 14 days ago

    batman in top 5. what a joke

  • adnan khan
    adnan khan 15 days ago

    Why (scent of a women) is missing

  • Amanda Rose
    Amanda Rose 15 days ago

    This is not a list that any intelligent person can take seriously. Obviously.

  • mark donihe
    mark donihe 16 days ago

    Shawshank Redemption @ 10. Hogwash!!!

  • Sue Collins
    Sue Collins 17 days ago

    Sorry - this list fails. Any movie list that doesn't have 'Gone With The Wind' in it isn't a list. And the majority of these movies are miserable, depressing movies with too high a percentage of occult and horror. I'm tired of dirty faces, squalid surroundings and depressing events. I can get that on the 7 o'clock news. I go to a movie to be thrilled, awed, delighted and inspired. Oh, and did I mention entertained?

  • Miika Kontio
    Miika Kontio 17 days ago

    All of these movies are great. My list would be similar but not quite. Thumbs up

  • david mccallum
    david mccallum 19 days ago

    The passion of the christ

  • Deo Tycoon
    Deo Tycoon 19 days ago

    Apocalypto was truly a master piece! It deserves to be among top 5 on this list.

  • Sam Rajbhar
    Sam Rajbhar 20 days ago

    Cast away ko top ten rakhna chahiye aapko

  • Abdo Abo
    Abdo Abo 20 days ago

    form me Intouchables

  • rin sareng
    rin sareng 20 days ago

    Best collections

  • Italo Cianca
    Italo Cianca 21 day ago

    Alien better than Godfather??....ridiculous

  • Stuart Blake
    Stuart Blake 21 day ago

    Evil Dead I,II
    Truman Show
    Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
    Donnie Dark
    Pulp Fiction
    Fight Club
    The Shining
    Phone Booth
    Predator I,II
    Alien I,II,III
    Halloween I,II,III
    Friday I,II
    Spiderman I,II
    Lord Of The Rings I,II,III
    Jacobs Ladder
    Top Gun
    Sixth Sense
    Amityville Horror II
    Hellraiser: Inferno
    Just made the list today. Any more I'm missing?

  • Stuart Blake
    Stuart Blake 21 day ago

    Unbreakable. Split

  • Stuart Blake
    Stuart Blake 21 day ago

    Truman Show! So underrated

  • MadMax382
    MadMax382 21 day ago

    I've stopped it at no.13 for some predictions of what's to come. I think you're about 40, very much a child of the nineties, a fan of Clint Eastwood and Spielberg, some knowledge of seventies blockbusters. So I say still to come are: Schindler's List, Unforgiven, the Godfather, ET, maybe Apocalypse Now. When I've finished watching I'll comment on my accuracy/inaccuracy.

    • MadMax382
      MadMax382 21 day ago

      Should have stuck to the 90s. Godfather is in everyone's top 10, to be fair.

    JOLLY RIGGER 22 days ago

    Your crack problem is now very obvious.

  • tasos at
    tasos at 24 days ago

    -100 only for unter 20y old
    best 2 is from europe

  • Shaahal Manger
    Shaahal Manger 26 days ago

    I totally agree with the list

  • garden survivor
    garden survivor 27 days ago

    This list lacks true perspective. There's a few on this list that belong, but the rest, nowhere near it! Not one Western, which tells me the author of this list is too young to remember some TRULY great films.

  • אלפי דרור
    אלפי דרור 28 days ago


  • Tom
    Tom 28 days ago

    If you add the words "in no particular order" I would agree with half your list. Apparently, you believe movies produced before 1970 cannot be considered a top 40. You must be a millennial.

  • Gregor P
    Gregor P 29 days ago


  • Magali Llanso
    Magali Llanso Month ago

    Almost only English spoken movies! Do you know French, Italian or Russian movies?

    MIKE & MIKEY Month ago

    Aside from a couple movies that I have not seen, your choices for top 40 are all great movies. While others may claim they are not the top 40 I understand that these are YOUR pics for top 40. Sure my list may be different than yours but that's because it would be MY list. Each of us are different in what we like and that does not mean anybody's list is wrong, certainly not yours. Especially when your list contains such great titles. "Great List"
    FYI - Million Dollar Baby may be my #1 pic if I had to choose because of the story line, the awesome character development, the directing/editing, Morgan Freeman's narrative during the movie and of course....... Sorry, can't type that. That would be a spoiler to a great move.
    *When trying to tell someone who hasn't seen it to watch Million Dollar Baby somewhere in that short conversation you have to say, just watch it, if I say anything more, I will ruin it for you.
    "Inkheart" & "Stranger than Fiction" are on my great movie list because of the "unique" story line and for their entailment value. You may want to give them a watch.

  • Barbu Daniel
    Barbu Daniel Month ago

    Marvel, Dc, Star Wars, Transformers, Terminator and many other films I like ! To many other films ...

  • Barbu Daniel
    Barbu Daniel Month ago

    Such a terrible waste of time to see this fucking video !

  • MarkeusTV hd
    MarkeusTV hd Month ago

    I thought #1 would be 300. Where's star wars?

  • Jeffrey Celik
    Jeffrey Celik Month ago

    Im outta here ... Inception?

  • Cole Tanner
    Cole Tanner Month ago

    Inception? Blood Diamond? W

  • Aditya Bhattacharya

    where is "Saving Private Ryan"??????

  • The Joker Lannister

    So The GodFather is only number 9? He must be number 1.
    And where is, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Goodfellas, Apocalypse Now, Blade Runner, Independance Day, Fight Club, Psycho, 2001 Space Odissey, Taxi Driver....

  • Sheila Kaur
    Sheila Kaur Month ago

    none of the Bond movies made this list. I guess it's all subjective. We need to start adding 'In my opinion' in the titles for such lists.

  • john brittan
    john brittan Month ago

    Nothing before 1970
    Right here is a watch list.Some of these will blow your mind
    A Matter of Life and Death 1946
    Oliver Twist 1948
    My Fair Lady 1964
    The Million Pound Note 1950
    Bridge On The River Kwai 1956
    Lawrence Of Arabia 1962
    The Ladykillers 1954
    Ryan's Daughter 1970
    A Clockwork Orange 1971
    Mississipi Burning 1995
    Dead of Night 1948
    The Producers 1968
    North By Northwest 1959
    That's enough for now

  • Peter Buhl
    Peter Buhl Month ago

    I tried to revisit your list. I believe in giving people a second chance. Well... bottom line... obviously you are a child, or a young adult with absolutely no film or film history knowledge. That's all well and good. Just be careful, then, when you say 'greatest' films. They might be your 'greatest films', or 'favorite films', but, by no means, is this list of your 'greatest films ever made' anywhere near reality. It just shows your lack of knowledge. Sorry.

  • Robert M
    Robert M Month ago

    Sorry but not even close to any true film buff's list some choices maybe 8 or 9 would make the list: Godfather, Braveheart, Schindler's List, Pulp Fiction to name some but for Goodness sake ...Jurassic Park, the titanic, Avatar, Alien, the Green Mile etc. are good movies but they simply are not in the same league as: Ragging Bull, Goodfellas, the Hustler, Casablanca, Citizen Kane, Bridge Over the River Kwai, Godfather 2, Cool Hand Luke, Judgment at Nuremberg, or The Incredible Shrinking Man and I could easily list 25 others.
    Man you should watch more movies before posting such a bad list,

  • marusya206
    marusya206 Month ago +1

    what about french and italians ? Bergman >

    • Terry Malloy
      Terry Malloy Month ago +1

      well, i don't want to see Both Bergman and Avatar on the same list

  • Sina Tech
    Sina Tech Month ago +1

    This is my list:
    1. Harry Potter Trilogy
    2. The Shawshank Redemption
    3. Avengers Infinity War
    4. Schindler's List
    5. Taken
    6. Hacksaw Ridge
    7. The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe
    8. Leon The Professional
    9. Jurassic World
    20. Apacalypto
    21. The Revenant
    22. The Hunger Games
    23. Logan
    24. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King
    25. The silence of the Lambs
    26. Forrest Gump
    27. Saving Private Ryan
    28. The Wolverine
    29. Prince Caspian
    30. Kill Bill Vol.2
    31. Pulp Fiction
    32. Kill Bill Vol. 1
    33. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    34. Taken 2
    35. Cast Away
    36. Papillon
    37. The Shape of Water
    38. Titanic
    39. Dunkirk
    40. Shutter Island
    Give me a like :)

  • Helen James
    Helen James Month ago +1

    schindlers list is the best movie of all time period

  • Ripon Sarker
    Ripon Sarker Month ago

    Lord of the ring should be in this list.. Nevertheless it was a nice list..

  • Peter Buhl
    Peter Buhl Month ago

    You lost me at Avatar.

  • Roberto Benson
    Roberto Benson Month ago

    Adolf Hitler: The Greatest Story Never Told (2013)
    The RED PILL movie.

  • domain mojo
    domain mojo Month ago

    I'm 43 - not old. You fell flat on your face when you gave your reasons for not including classics. It's not worth it learning about diamonds from someone who won't even be able to recognize a diamond when they see one. You've not thought this through, haven't you? Using today's pop-logic and standards to judge older movies THAT SET THOSE STANDARDS IN THE FIRST PLACE(which you've become used to and thus- dismiss), betrays your lack of insight.
    Great movies aren't just entertaining, popular, made money or even "fresh" and unique- they have some of these characteristics, but they also influence culture, can be used as benchmarks and reference points as well as subjects of study in Cinematography and Acting- amongst other things.
    When i see stuff like 'Avatar' here, I'm thinking... "Wait.. What!?"

    Once Upon A Time In the West
    Seven Samurai
    The Silence of The Lambs
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    are just some of the movies not on this list- and there are many, while there are many that don't belong on this list in the first place.

  • Nipin Krishna
    Nipin Krishna Month ago

    Passion of the Christ..

  • Tony K
    Tony K Month ago

    Missed one!
    Dennis Quaid in, Frequency
    In the year 2000👍

  • Whiteshark GMA
    Whiteshark GMA Month ago +2

    A few of my favourites:
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Pulp Fiction
    Apocalypse Now
    Kill Bill (both volumes)
    Django Unchained
    The Hitman's Bodyguard
    The Good the Bad and the Ugly
    Matrix (trilogy)
    Star wars: Empire Strikes Back
    47 meters Down
    Life is Beautiful
    Cinema Paradiso
    Silence of the Lambs
    Midnight Cowboy
    Taxi Driver
    American hustle
    Monty python and the Holy Grail
    Monty Python's Life of Brian
    Inglorious Bestards
    Full Metal Jacket
    The Usual Suspects
    Die Hard
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    P.S.: I'm just a kid so there are many classics and recent movies I still would like to watch, so don't hate on me for not having a few of your favourites here

  • Whiteshark GMA
    Whiteshark GMA Month ago

    The description of the video made me wanna dislike

  • Arabinda Kumar Mukhopadhyay

    Partiality plays in making this list!

  • Moon Head
    Moon Head Month ago

    My top 5
    5-green mile
    3-shadshank redemption
    2-one flew over the cuckoos nest
    1-white chicks

  • Phenomenal Styles
    Phenomenal Styles Month ago

    Brother i Think u dont see Lord of the rings trilogy, Bicycle Thieves,Citizen Kane.....And Also 2001 :A space odyssey.....

    QUELLE PIED Month ago


  • Leo Cantu
    Leo Cantu Month ago +1

    obviously this is your opinion,

  • Paul Allen
    Paul Allen Month ago

    Avatar. You are a piece of shit.

  • Paul Allen
    Paul Allen Month ago

    Million Dollar Baby. Fuck Me.

  • Muskoka Mike
    Muskoka Mike Month ago +1

    Of course you're going to get various opinions but the dark knight movies? the top 10? ahem......You did well though with the Green Mile, Shawshank, and Schindler's list....same as Godfather, Exorcist etc.....

  • Paul Allen
    Paul Allen Month ago

    Amadeus was lit. AF

  • Yung Simpson
    Yung Simpson Month ago

    What a bad list 😂😂😂😂

  • Tony Gunk
    Tony Gunk Month ago

    Paths of Glory, Lawrence of Arabia, STAR WARS?!?!?!

  • Frances Derge
    Frances Derge Month ago

    the second titanic showed up I stopped watching lol.... how is that on any list?

    MAERSK Month ago

    *Everyone have different favourite films*

  • J Alves
    J Alves Month ago +1

    Personal Top 50 Movies Of All Time (No Particular Order)

    Eternal Sunshine Of A Spotless Mind
    Donnie Darko
    (500) Days Of Summer
    La La Land
    The Lion King
    Psycho (1960)
    Midnight In Paris
    Annie Hall
    The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg
    Wizard Of Oz
    The Spectacular Now
    Pulp Fiction
    Kill Bill
    Re - Animator
    Fight Club
    Pans Labyrinth
    Citizen Kane
    The Social Network
    When Harry Met Sally
    The Godfather
    Requiem For A Dream
    Black Swan
    Dazed & Confused
    Everybody Wants Some
    Animal House
    Good Will Hunting
    To Kill A Mockingbird
    A Bronx Tale
    The Shawshank Redemption
    The Dark Knight
    Children Of Men
    American Beauty
    American Psycho
    City Of God
    Sweeney Todd
    Up In The Air
    Evil Dead 2
    Perks Of Being A Wallflower
    Blue Valentine
    Gone Girl
    Wolf Of Wall Street
    The Fall
    The Truman Show

  • Wild Heart
    Wild Heart Month ago

    Interesting list.Some here might be on everyone's list, like "Titanic" "American History X," but, there are some pretty obvious omissions of films generally considered to be "Classics," such as "Gone With The Wind."
    As for Disney, well, "Beauty And The Beast" far outstrips "The Lion King" in my book! :O)

  • The ok guy
    The ok guy Month ago

    great movie choices

  • Luis Carrion
    Luis Carrion Month ago

    Lol!!! Sorry but not agree

  • Ajay Kumar
    Ajay Kumar Month ago

    Shit-inder's List? 👎

  • Ava Savage
    Ava Savage Month ago

    If Rocky isn't on here I'm gonna flip... Edit: Good list but man come on I was really hoping for Rocky😂

  • melnibone oeo
    melnibone oeo Month ago

    the good the bad and the ugly should have been here

  • Tom Hallam
    Tom Hallam Month ago +1

    Here’s a few of mine 1. Jaws..... the rest in no particular order.......some like it hot, 12 angry men, shawshank redemption, back to the future

  • Leon Farrell
    Leon Farrell Month ago

    1 the shawshank redemption
    2 heat
    3 blade Runner 2049
    4 terminator 2
    5 big lebowski
    6 the nice guys
    7 the dark knight
    8 the incredibles
    9 godfather 2
    10 hot fuzz
    11 jackie brown
    12 resovoior dogs
    13 empire strikes back
    14 indiana jones last crusade
    15 indiana jones raiders of the lost ark
    16 captain america winter soldier
    17 toy story 3
    18 wall e
    19 up
    20 monsters inc

  • angoli oscuri
    angoli oscuri Month ago

    The 2 best films ever created
    Lord of the rings

  • Hrithik Saha
    Hrithik Saha Month ago

    Expected Shining and 12 Angry Men ....great list nonetheless

  • Geert Matthys
    Geert Matthys 2 months ago

    Sergio Leone is always highest for me

  • Arturs Veveris
    Arturs Veveris 2 months ago

    Just mainstream movies...

  • Paul Babu
    Paul Babu 2 months ago

    No way! I am astounded at your temerity to name your post " the the greatest movies of all time. Even if you rename it as "the greatest Hollywood studio blockbusters" still it will Suck! You must be pulling our legs, aren't you?

  • Mark Oppuse
    Mark Oppuse 2 months ago

    All of a matter of opinion my friend.

  • Mannuel Luna
    Mannuel Luna 2 months ago

    I quit at Rain Man because it's above Pulp Fiction

  • NotEvenRelevant
    NotEvenRelevant 2 months ago

    Apocalypse now..........................

  • Scott Wade
    Scott Wade 2 months ago

    Very misleading title. My favourite top movies would be a better title. To say classic films only because classic after the death of a director is also way wrong. The fact is you seem to suggest that you have seen old movies but do not understand what makes a great movie. It's just an opion and doesn't take total earnings into consideration. I would suggest that you seem very young with a narrow view of the past.

  • Lee Lorenz
    Lee Lorenz 2 months ago

    The last samurai?

  • Hugh Mongus
    Hugh Mongus 2 months ago

    Why did this compilation ripped my heart to pieces?
    The music and the years they were made make me hate time more than anything.

  • M Fudbal
    M Fudbal 2 months ago

    Poserem ti se na listu

  • Picture This Studios
    Picture This Studios 2 months ago +1

    My list:
    1. Star Wars
    2. Titanic
    3. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    4. Psycho
    5. Back to the Future
    6. E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
    7. Fantasia
    8. The Empire Strikes Back
    9. The Wizard Of Oz
    10. The Dark Knight
    11. Jaws
    12. Saving Private Ryan
    13. Michael Jackson’s Smooth Criminal
    14. Michael Jackson’s Thriller
    15. Metropolis
    16. Mulan
    17. The Exorcist
    18. Back to the Future Part II
    19. Return of the Jedi
    20. Terminator 2
    21. The Princess Bride
    22. The Avengers
    23. The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
    24. The Passion of the Christ
    25. Casablanca
    26. Day & Night
    27. To Kill a Mockingbird
    28. Solo: A Star Wars Story
    29. King Kong (2005)
    30. The Truman Show
    31. The Shining
    32. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
    33. Gone with the Wind
    34. The Invisible Man (1933)
    35. The Godfather
    36. 2001: A Space Odyssey
    37. Manchester by the Sea
    38. Halloween (1978)
    39. Dracula (1931)
    40. The Babadook
    41. The Diary of Anne Frank (1959)
    42. Cast Away
    43. The Little Drummer Boy (1968)
    44. Vincent (1982)
    45. Forrest Gump
    46. Kill Bill: Vol. 1
    47. How to Hook Up Your Home Theater
    48. Frank (2014)
    49. Godzilla (1954)
    50. Captain Phillips

  • Singtoh
    Singtoh 2 months ago

    Interstellar?Pirates of the Caribbean??Star Wars???

  • randall pink floyd
    randall pink floyd 2 months ago

    Reservoir Dogs
    Blade Runner
    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
    The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    A Clockwork Orange
    12 Angry Men
    The Wicker Man (original)
    Mean Streets
    Pulp Fiction
    Django Unchained
    The Dark Knight Trilogy
    The Exorcist
    The Matrix
    Dazed and Confused
    Forrest Gump
    Fight Club
    The Wolf of Wall Street
    Saving Private Ryan
    Full Metal Jacket
    Eyes Wide Shut
    Blade Runner 2049
    The Godfather
    The Godfather Part 2
    Kill Bill Volume 1
    Kill Bill Volume 2
    Apocalypse Now
    Everybody Wants Some!!
    Star Wars ep 4
    Star Wars ep 5
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Inglorious Basterds
    Taxi Driver
    Raging Bull
    The Deer Hunter
    The Terminator
    The Bourne Ultimatum
    The Wild Bunch
    Jackie Brown
    Die Hard
    The Master
    A Nightmare At Elm St
    Heavy Metal
    (Just to name a few sorry I didn't include any Lynch or Hitchcock movies but I'm ashamed to say I haven't seen any or haven't seen Citizen Kane either but I will SOON)

  • randall pink floyd
    randall pink floyd 2 months ago

    The only thing Avatar is is a visual masterpiece. If u were to take out the visual effects then it would be shit. Everyone agrees it's just a rip-off of Dances With Wolves

  • Tahira Tamrin
    Tahira Tamrin 2 months ago +2

    where is the lord of the rings?😡😡

  • Dylan T
    Dylan T 2 months ago

    Forgot jaws for top 10 and the silence of the lambs as #1