25 Best Movies Ever Made

25 Best Movies Ever Made

Films have a way of uniting us, of giving us an outlet for emotions we didn’t even know we needed to express, and giving us a simple and enjoyable escape for a few hours. They broaden our horizons, deepen our imaginations, relieve stress, and at their best, give us a glimpse into our true selves, as we see them reflected in some part on screen. Grab your popcorn and enjoy the 25 Best Movies Ever Made!

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50 Comments

  1. 1) Yes, we made a mistake about Singin’ in the Rain. We apologize.

    2) We are sorry if movies you think deserved to be on this list didn’t make it. We have nothing against those movies and I even agree with some of your comments, but neither Mike or I actually wrote this list.

    3) My goodness, a lot of these comments are toxic. Guys, this is what we asked you _not_ to do!

  2. It would be impossible to name 25. Every movie buff need at least a list of a 100. Even that would be difficult. Or 50 per genre.

    I agree with like 16 or 17 ln the list. Not bad.

  3. The Wizard of Oz should’ve been on there. And the first half of the movie was filmed in sepia tone, not black and white. Just FYI.

  4. Favorite Movies of All Time:

    1. The Dark Knight (2008)
    2. Heat (1995)
    3. Inception (2010)
    4. Prisoners (2013)
    5. The Revenant (2015)
    6. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
    7. Goodfellas (1990)
    8. Forrest Gump (1994)
    9. Shame (2011)
    10. Gran Torino (2008)

  5. I used to be so in love with Edward Norton. .. The way he looked in American history x… Yea I’ll just keep this rated g but there’s so many great movies out there 25 hardly covers it…

  6. By the way, for your info genre is not pronounced with a D! It is genre not gendre. In French gendre is your son in law and yes, it is a French word.

  7. Nice to see some older films included in your list, too often such lists tend to overly feature recent films. I notice in your comments that "neither Mike or I actually wrote this list" -so – Who did ???

  8. I’m not a big movie fan, but I’d have put Spirited Away at number one. The soundtrack, the animation – everything about it is amazing! I could watch it every day yet never grow weary of it.

  9. North by Northwest
    The Man who would be King
    The Bourne Supremacy
    Jaws
    Soylent Green
    Silent Running (1972)
    The Omega Man
    War of the Worlds (2005)
    Forest Gump
    Mary Poppins
    Wizard of Oz
    The African Queen
    The Great Escape
    War of the Worlds (2005)
    The Sixth Sense
    Brave New World
    The Incredibles
    Toy Story
    An American Werewolf in London
    Time Bandits
    Grosse Point Blank
    Dog Day Afternoon
    Animal House
    The Blues Brothers
    O’ Brother, Where Art Thou

    I think anyone would enjoy the above list over some japanese anime. I don’t get the younger audiences fascination with The Matrix, right down there with the Transfomer movies full of unintelligible flashing computer effects that could send any viewer into epileptic siezure. Speaking of human batteries (Really??!), I despise science fiction movies so lazy as not to see if their premises even make sense. Apparently there are planets out there, devoid of vegetation and herbivores, inhibited by countless numbers of overkill predators evolved from preying on hapless space travelers, or invading aliens that have to have our resources even though space-faring races can get those materials just about ANYWHERE in the universe without having to evade nuke throwing primitives. Kudos to Skyline for making a movie that makes sense for an alien invasion (they’re here for our little brains, and yes it is a viable plot). Sideline, Walking Dead fans, does it make any sense at all, that a zombie’s scratch from a fingernail will turn you, but that axe that was just used to hack a dozen undead apart is the tool one uses to safely amputate a bitten arm? The absence of logic hurts so badly. There are always generational slants on these best-of-lists concerning pop culture. Just because some films are newer with runaway special effects doesn’t mean they aren’t fresh and exciting to new eyes. Harry Potter is a phenomenal series, I liked the Hobbit Films, Hunger Games shows a message of resource workers living at the mercy of privileged urbanites -very topical, the current maze of superhero movies eclipses the value of earlier films of the genre. I mean few will admit Dirty Harry movies, or James Bonds, or Ocean’s 8-13, are top all-time greats, but they are very entertaining to spawn so many sequels. I really enjoy films that have me thinking leaving the theater, the ones that don’t leave obvious conclusions, or where the ending isn’t always happy or even resolved; No Country for Old Men, Three Billboards outside Ebbing Missouri, What Dreams may Come (Robin Williams was seriously underappreciated as an actor), 2001 A Space Odysses, The Birds,The Mist (Stephen King). Life isn’t an easy wrap up, so why should every movie have to have one? The guy doesn’t always get the girl, the estranged spouses don’t get back together, the hero doesn’t win and ride off into the sunset, the kid dies. Movies are a means of escapism, but don’t hate storytellers who put a little reality into their films.

  10. Everyone seems to think Citizen Kane was the best movie of all time but hardly anyone’s ever seen it. Just another example of artistic snobbery.

  11. I,Love you man is probably one of the best comedies I have seen in my entire life,its hard to describe how stupid the film actually is.

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