Overall Star Rankings
#1 - Pickpocket has 4330 stars from 481 usersLost in Translation - Pickpocket's Most Popular Review
10 - "I love it. It's just nice to look at all the beautiful scenery, very dreamy. I can always pop this in if I'm having a bad day and feel infinitely better. Also, the soundtrack is perfect and Kevin Shields should be forced to work on more films. Bill Murray is always immensely watchable and it's no different here. One of my favorites."
#2 - MartinTeller has 4397 stars from 480 usersGroundhog Day - MartinTeller's Most Popular Review
72 - "You will not be permitted to continue your life until you fuck Andie MacDowell. THE GODS DEMAND THAT YOU GET INSIDE ANDIE MACDOWELL'S PANTS."
#3 - frederic_g54 has 3114 stars from 460 usersThe Dark Knight - frederic_g54's Most Popular Review
8 - "Where Batman Begins had a far better script and less eye-rolling moments, this film triumphed thanks to its great performances and action sequences. To say Ledger was phenomenal as the Joker would be a gross understatement. It's a character and performance I won't soon forget. Nolan's direction is right on the money too. The script, however, was too contrived and could have used a bit of polishing. Other than that, this is one of the best films of the year, see it twice, or even more."
#4 - Alex Watkins has 3544 stars from 449 usersApocalypse Now - Alex Watkins's Most Popular Review
6 - "My favorite film, a surreal, haunting, visually flamboyant masterpiece. It's one awe-inspiring sequence after another, from the "Ride of the Valkyries" bombing to the incredibly nightmarish encounter at the Do Luong bridge. ("Who's your commanding officer?" "Ain't you?") Few other epics so freely embrace their own insanity, and it works to brilliant effect. Some movies transcend their genres; this one transcends its medium. This is the end..."
#5 - KasperL has 5208 stars from 415 usersDistrict 9 - KasperL's Most Popular Review
90 - "Science fiction is, for me, all about the world that is created. More often than not it is the vision as a whole, rather than the plot, that sticks - and what a world Blomkamp creates here! Nevermind the allegory, this is about faultlessly realized aliens and mindblowingly cool weaponry. It's pure fun and, for once, a mockumentary framing device works very well, meshing seamlessly with the mindless action. Oh, and Copley does a great job, too, as the weird but loveable Wikus."
#6 - doctor7 has 3877 stars from 410 usersTerminator 2: Judgment Day - doctor7's Most Popular Review
90 - "This movie is the true reason for Arnold Schwarzenegger's fame. He plays the role of the Terminator to perfection and Robert Patrick's distinct haunting presence is brilliant. The visuals are, even now, quite impressive. The dialog and story are both excellent. Indeed, this is one of the best action films you'll ever see and arguably James Cameron's best film."
#7 - Ytadel has 2985 stars from 408 usersJack - Ytadel's Most Popular Review
1 - "Francis Ford Coppola's masterful followup to The Godfather saga."
#8 - Moribunny has 2173 stars from 378 usersChinatown - Moribunny's Most Popular Review
98 - "Polanski does a wonderful job, the cast does a wonderful job, but Robert Towne's script steals the show. After a thousand little pieces fall right into place at the very last scene, the sheer perfection of this story hits you, hard."
#9 - Barthalen has 4266 stars from 361 usersJurassic World - Barthalen's Most Popular Review
48 - ""..and as you can see" the head accountant continues, "adding the Poochiesaurus Rex boosts expected revenue to ridiculous heights." The Omni Consumer Products execs applaud. "Once we realised we could simply copy the original product and replace its 'suspense' and 'sense of wonder' with our InsultinglyContrivedBullshit formula, we got results! We present to you... Jurassic World!". A reanimated dinosaur corpse shuffles into the room. It opens its crooked, drooling maw. Money falls out. Applause."
#10 - Magb has 2193 stars from 358 usersUnforgiven - Magb's Most Popular Review
95 - "Unforgiven is not a western, it's an anti-western. It's the conscience of every western, and of the old west itself. Its protagonist is its antagonist and vice versa. Morgan Freeman, Gene Hackman, and of course Eastwood himself, all deliver great performances, and most of the supporting cast is equally good. The movie makes intelligent statements about violence and man's capabilitity for evil. I don't know if I can ever look at a more "conventional" western the same way again."