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301 Gangs of New York Gangs of New York

Incredible cast, great acting! Brings the period alive. Historically accurate, although characters are fictional.

302 Jurassic World Jurassic World

A new theme park is built on the original site of Jurassic Park. Everything is going well until the park's newest attraction--a genetically modified giant stealth killing machine--escapes containment and goes on a killing spree.

The Classic Jurassic Park films are better

You gotta put this a little higher.

Kind of underrated #2 in the Jurassic Park franchise,I went to the theaters to see this. I would at leas put this in the top 150. pretty good movie all around.

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303 Ant-Man Ant-Man

This is one of the best superhero movies ever and it was the funniest superhero movie ever I loved Paul Rudd in this movie

This was funny. I actually liked it best of the avengers films.

Just okay. It didn't feel as good as Avengers
But the fact is its complicated

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304 Peanuts Peanuts

This was way better than the good dinosaur. How is this hated?

This movie is a great animated movie and this movie is heartwarming I loved it

Who put this here

I HATE PEANUTS!

305 Casino Casino

A top movie, DeNiro and Pesci have incredible roles, plus it is an epic insight into the corrupt casino business.

Casino is one of those unique movies which takes you into the corrupt world of the casino business

One of the funniest movies, with some excellent moments. Definitely the most overshadowed movie

Ok, not the greatest film ever made but this masterpiece should still be in the top 15!

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306 Cloverfield Cloverfield

A thrilling big motion picture which shakes you and keeps you thinking wow!

after getting over the shaky camera it is the best movie ever

The most unique Sci-Fi Thriller, with amazing underrated performances from TJ Miller and Michael Stahl-David; Cloverfield is one of a kind and is the official monster for the United States, much like Godzilla for Japan.

307 Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story V 1 Comment
308 Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief

Epic movie based on the epic novel by the most epic author, rick riordan.

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309 Scooby-Doo Scooby-Doo

Lots of Voodoo and island magic themes. Anyone from New Orleans or Haiti will love this. Probably Lil Wayne's favorite movie.

Which Scooby Doo are you talking about?

This Scooby Doo movie is terrible and it is so weird I like The cartoon version better

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310 Hot Tub Time Machine Hot Tub Time Machine
311 I Saw the Devil I Saw the Devil V 1 Comment
312 Rashomon Rashomon

Best film ever made; should be number 1.

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313 The Place Beyond the Pines The Place Beyond the Pines
314 Charlotte's Web (1973) Charlotte's Web (1973)

A beautiful and heartwarming story about true friendship. It shows how a friend can safe a life even if it means giving their own. Belongs in the Top 25.

I barely remember watching this movie but I liked this movie as a kid - Ajkloth

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315 Frozen Frozen

SPOILER ALERT!

It is amazing! Breathtaking. I've never been to a movie without needing to leave to go to the bathroom. I just held it in because it was so good! It was like chocolate, extremely sweet and you just want to explore it more!

Elsa is isolated, afraid of rejection. Locks herself up, and keeps within- I swear I can identify so much with her! She is my role model! She overcomes her fear with love. She is shown to be strong, independent and a free spirit.

Anna is a happy, clumsy, talkative princess. She seeks to reunite with her sister, only getting rejected. She desires to understand her sister's cold ways of life. She, with love and fearlessness, brought her sister to understand herself more.

Olaf is amazing! I love him so, so, so much! He, although a comic relief, brought the whole movie together. He showed Anna what love is, and helped her! WHO said comic reliefs aren't important?

Kristoff is a gruff mountain man, who is easily irritated ...more - TheFrozenSnowflake

What I love about this film is how emotionally stirring it is. It moves you beyond words. Elsa and Anna both seem so amazingly real and the way their story plays out is perfect. It's fun at times, but at its core it's a heartwarming tale of two sisters who find one another through love. A Disney Classic, this will inspire laughs, tears and joy for years and years, for generations to come.

Elsa is ugly and needs to fall into a volcano. Hans should of killed Elsa faster. Olaf is so annoying, I wish he would get flushed down a toilet. Marshmallow needs to be stabbed until nothing is left but a puddle of Icey water. This film is overrated and needs to be thrown off a cliff. - Ihateelsa

Deserves at least top 50

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316 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Moves away from the "space opera" genre and instead is portrayed more as a gritty war movie; this new style works wonders along side a great narrative and outstanding actors. With the addition of amazing special effects and lighting, this has to be one of my favorite movies of all time.

It's very good I wouldn't say it was the best one though

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317 Kingdom of Heaven Kingdom of Heaven

Great story, historical inspiring - and heavily underestimated

great story, awesome battle scenes, and amazing acting

318 The Bourne Identity The Bourne Identity

This movie was amazing! The acting was incredible and i dont know why it wasnt on here in the first place. - biac000

Bourne kicks *. the trilogy is the best ever. great storyline. a little hard to follow.

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319 Once Upon a Time in America Once Upon a Time in America

Simply the greatest film of all time. Epic scope, a highly unique, well thought out and witty screenplay, masterful direction, and Morricone's fantastic music. Plus, the actors all nail it. The four main characters are brutal, but you learn their backstory, so learn the stuff they went through as kids, and their loyalty towards each other. And it has the effect of making you wish for them to succeed. Pure genius, and deserves to be way ahead of many of the films in the top 50. Cinematic poetry.

A very unique film. Sergio Leone is a very good director with an amazing style that you must adore!

This film is considered one of the definitive pictures of crime. Leone's epic is an amazing spiritual journey through the lives of ghetto youths David "Noodles" Aaronson and Max Bercovicz.

Though sometimes sexist and lurid, the film is strange, dark, elegaic, hypnotic and beautiful. Pure Leone. Visually striking as always.
The actors are incredible, and so are their child counterparts. - SourNote2014

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320 The Exorcist The Exorcist

Wait just a damn minute! What's the best horror movie of all time doing this low?! It may not be the scariest to me, but it's well written and thought provoking, and a horror movie needs those qualities. Also, this movie inspired other horror movies. Easily in the top 15 films of all time. I can't help but love this movie. A classic. - MontyPython

For those of you people reading this right now, I recommend you go watch William Friedkins interview with movie geeks united. it's where he talks a little about 2001 a space odyssey and makes some good points about that film and the exorcist.

In every sense of these words. Scariest. Movie. Ever.

The exorcist it very scary I love it

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