<![CDATA[Ranker: Recent Film Lists]]> http://www.ranker.com/list-of//film http://www.ranker.com/img/skin2/logo.gif Most Viewed Lists on Ranker http://www.ranker.com/list-of//film <![CDATA[The Best Animated Films Ever]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/top-50-greatest-animated-films-of-all-time
The best animated films of all time are an assortment of animated movies that rank among the best movies of all time. While the characters might be brightly colored and possess abilities most real people could only wish to ever have, the stories and imagery speak to everyone and have set these movies up to become the best animated films ever.

Far from simply being movie versions of cartoons, these are movies with some of the best characters, most compelling stories, and some of the overall most memorable movies in the history of cinema. With great animated movies, the sky's the limit (literally, for characters in movies like The Incredibles and WALL-E) for the story being told. Many of these top animated films are comedies with message (like Toy Story) while others are heartbreaking dramas (like The Lion King). There's no story that can't be told be these amazing animated films.

What are the best animated movies ever? What makes one animated film better than another? What is the greatest animated film? There are many varied answers to what makes a great animated film (story, characters, animation style), but there's no question that these are some of the best animated movies ever made. If you don't see your favorite animated movie on the list, make sure to add it to the list of the greatest animated films so that it might become someone else's favorite animated film someday.

Not all animated films are for kids, but if you are looking for some more animated and live-action kid friendly fare, check out the best movies for children.
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Finding Nemo

Monsters, Inc.

The Incredibles

The Lion King

Toy Story


Despicable Me

Despicable Me 2


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<![CDATA[The Best Female Anime Characters]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-female-anime-characters/ranker-characters
List of the best female anime characters. These are the most powerful females, the anime characters who are attractive, intelligent, or simply formidable. From ferocious females to lovely ladies, they’re all here in this list of the best female anime characters found on TV and in film. Along with all of the anime girl names, you'll see which TV show or film they appeared in, their powers and abilities and the illustrator who created them.

Did you know that anime is a relatively old medium? It has, cool anime characters have been around since the early 1900s, although anime as viewers enjoy it today didn’t begin to hit the mainstream until around the 1980s. Some of the original anime programs, including “Dragon Ball” (which began airing in 1986), had more male leads than female, but they paved the way for the best anime women that you know and love today. One of the most popular anime programs, “Sailor Moon,” began airing in 1995, and it featured female anime leads almost exclusively.

Today’s great female anime characters are known as such for a variety of reasons. Some, including C.C. from “Code Geass,” are mysterious and humorous. Others, such as Motoko Kusanagi from “Ghost in the Shell,” are powerful yet sexual. In fact, many of the sexiest anime characters are so hot because they are powerful. Whatever characteristics these best female anime characters have, however, they’re always one thing -- memorable.

This list includes the best female anime characters in history. From the strong to the cool and the sweet, these anime female characters have earned their places on the list thanks to their long-lasting popularity. Which one of these popular anime characters are your favorite? 

The Best Female Anime Characters,

Hinata Hyuga


Lucy Heartfilia




Touka Kirishima

Mirajane Strauss


Rias Gremory

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<![CDATA[1980s PG-13 Movies]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/1980s-pg-13-movies/but-chickens-double-d

The origin of the PG-13 rating and the first movies to have it

1980s PG-13 Movies,



Dirty Dancing

Little Shop of Horrors


Say Anything...

The Last Emperor

The Legend of Billie Jean

The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!

The Secret of My Success

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<![CDATA[The Best Second Films from Famous Directors]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/directors-best-second-films/anncasano

The dreaded sophomore slump. A band makes a great debut album or an author writes an acclaimed first novel, but then can’t live up to the hype and create another masterpiece. What about a director's second film? There are no sophomore slumps on this list. In fact, many of these directors are best known for their second films, which are the finest of their esteemed filmography. Here are the best second movies of famous directors.

Some of the best directors of all time are featured on this director’s best second films list. There are plenty of modern auteurs like David Fincher and Christopher Nolan, and, of course, old school filmmakers like Sergio Leone and Mike Nichols. It’s hard to believe Memento, Fight Club, and The Graduate were only the second time around for those directors. It’s not easy to helm a feature-length film, and these guys seem to have mastered the art by Round 2.

Make your voice heard. Vote up your favorite best second films of famous directors.

The Best Second Films from Famous Directors,


Guy Ritchie revitalized the British gangster movie with his debut film Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, a violent romp filled with over-the-top cockney geezer's, absurd coincidences, and a cavalcade of formal tricks (use of odd film stocks, unorthodox editing techniques, hip hop montage) that were aped by countless films. 

Then along came Snatch, Ritchie's follow up staring Brad Pitt, Benecio del Toro, Dennis Farina, Jason Statham, Vinnie Jones, and more. Unlike a number of other films on this list, Snatch wasn't a huge hit with the critics, but made about $84 million worldwide and became a cult classic on DVD. It is one of the great gangster films of any era, an intentionally lowbrow barrage of thick accents, corny jokes, graphic violence, and the same hyper-caffeinated techniques that Ritchie employed in Lock, Stock


Ridley Scott's first film was The Duellists (1977), a decent debut that set him up to direct the first installment of one of the greatest sci-fi franchises in cinema history. Alien (1979), however, was not just a sci-fi movie. It was a horror movie in space, and a rich exploration of character and the existential effects of extreme isolation. The film was dark, visually stark, and truly frightening. How could anyone ever forget the famous chestburster scene?

Did you know you have George Lucas to thank for Alien? As it turns out, Scott was planning on following up The Duelists with an adaptation of Tristan and Isolde, a medieval love story. The Scott saw Star Wars.

"I never saw or felt audience participation like that, in my life. The theater was shaking. When that Death Star came in at the beginning, I thought, I can’t possibly do Tristan and Isolde, I have to find something else. By the time the movie was finished, it was so stunning that it made me miserable. That’s the highest compliment I can give it; I was miserable for week. I hadn’t met George at that point, but I thought, 'Fu*k George.' Then, somebody sent me this script called Alien. I said, 'Wow. I’ll do it.'"

Boogie Nights

After Paul Thomas Anderson's debut Hard Eight (1996), a low budget crime drama starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Philip Baker Hall, John C Reilly, and Samuel L Jackson, the young writer-director took on a much more ambitious project with Boogie Nights, released in 1997. The nearly-epic, two-and-a-half-hour story of Dirk Diggler's (Mark Wahlberg) rise to fame and fall from grace in the LA porn industry cemented Anderson as an auteur capable of making artistic films that could crossover to mainstream audiences.

Anderson was only 27 at the time of the film's release, and had made a 30-minute mockumentary-style version of Boogie Nights, called The Dirk Diggler story, on VHS when he was only 17. The story of the film's production and release is also almost as interesting as the movie.


Steven Spielberg made a few TV Movies in the early 1970s before hitting the big screen with The Sugarland Express in 1974. A year later, the 27-year-old director's make-or-break sophomore film arrived in theaters. It was Jaws, and we all know how that played out. The film is an arresting hybrid of '70s drama, '50s monster movie, and procedural thriller that not only scared beachgoers for generations to come, but invented the concept of the summer blockbuster.

Lost in Translation

For Sofia Coppola, her sophomore effort, Lost in Translation (2003), is her best film by far. After the indie success of The Virgin Suicides (1999), Coppola parlayed her talent and name cred into casting Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson  in a quiet, contemplative, observational movie about a two alienated loners abroad in Tokyo. The mismatched duo wound made the perfect platonic pair, and film's meandering, observational nature recalled Yasujiro Ozu, one of Japan's great directors. Coppola won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for the film, which seems a bit like a consolation prize

Perhaps Coppola's film was so successful because it came from a deeply personal place of confusion and heartbreak. Coppola wrote and directed Lost in Translation as her relationship with then-husband Spike Jonze was falling apart. Giovanni Ribisi's character in Lost in Translation is based on Jonze, while the bubbly blond movie star is supposed to be Cameron Diaz, who starred in Jonze's Being John Malkovich


Not many people saw Christopher Nolan's first movie, Following (1998), but every cinephile and film student knows his neo-noir follow-up, Memento (2000). The film tells the story of a man named Leonard (Guy Pearce), who can't make new memories. An unreliable narrator, Leonard sets out to find his wife's rapist and murderer on the sinister streets of Los Angeles. Nolan challenged conventional movie narrative by telling Leonard's story backwards, in order to place spectator and protagonist within the same confused state as the protagonist. 

The narrative device of Memento is so well known and loved fans have started doing crazy things, like re-editing the movie in chronological order, so the backwards movie can be seen backwards. The script for Memento was written by Nolan and his brother, Jonathan. Christopher went on to direct some of the biggest blockbusters of the 21st century so far, including The Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception (2010), and Interstellar (2014).

Pulp Fiction

Quentin Tarantino burst onto the indie scene with Reservoir Dogs in 1992, then pretty much single-handedly launched the independent film movement into the mainstream two years later with Pulp Fiction (1994).

Tarantino, who won an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Pulp Fiction, redefined storytelling with his nonlinear tale of a boxer, two gangsters, a mob boss's pretty wife, and two diner robbers, while turning lowbrow genres into high art. Pulp Fiction is unapologetically violent, but with each drop of blood comes a shard of humor. The auteur's signature visual style and clever winks at old school Hollywood, couched in the language of the French New Wave, only add to what has to be considered one of the most original movies ever made.

The Deer Hunter

Michael Cimino's first film, Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, was a heist picture staring Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges. It did nothing to prepare the world for the director's follow up. 

Cimino took Hollywood by storm in 1978 with his sophomore effort, The Deer Hunter. The Vietnam war drama collected five Oscars, including trophies for Best Picture and Best Director. The film is often cited by filmmakers as the movie that made them want to make movies, and completely destroyed the notion of heroism and nobility in war, paving the way for the likes of Apocalypse Now and Platoon

Unfortunately, Cimino's career went off the rails after the debacle of his next film, Heaven's Gate (1980), which is often cited as one of the biggest box office bombs and production disasters of all time. However, at some point in the 21st century, Heaven's Gate came to be regarded as a masterpiece

The Graduate

Mike Nichols hit it out of the park with his debut movie, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf ?(1966), which won five Academy Awards and was nominated for 13, including Best Director. Thankfully, Nichols did not suffer a sophomore slump when he took on The Graduate (1967), one of the most iconic films of all time. Nichols won the Academy Award for Best Director for his efforts on a film about an alienated and confused college graduate (Dustin Hoffman) and his affair with the much older Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft.) The film was stylistically innovative and hit the '60s counter-culture zeitgeist



Danny Boyle started his career in theater, before becoming a producer for the BBC in Belfast, a job he got because no one else wanted it (the city was essentially a war zone at the time). There, he learned from British maverick Alan Clarke, producing Elephant, a startling, nearly wordless 30-minute omnibus of murder scenes exploring the violence in Northern Ireland. From there, Boyle moved into TV directing, and launched his film career with the pitch black comedy Shallow Grave.

Boyle's second film, Trainspotting, is perhaps the most important British movie of the '90s. A hyper-stylized, punk rock adaptation of Irvine Welsh's darkly comic novel, Trainspotting explores the lives of heroin addicts and low-level criminals in Edinburgh, Scotland in the '80s and early '90s. The film hit the Britpop zeitgeist in the UK (the premier was attended by members of Oasis, Blur, and Pulp), became a cult success in the US, and launched the careers of Ewan McGregor, Johnny Lee Miller, and Kelly Macdonald. Boyle went on to direct 28 Days Later, Slumdog Millionaire, and Steve Jobs (plus also Millions, Sunshine, and Trance).  

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<![CDATA[All Harry Potter Movies, Ranked Best to Worst]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/best-to-worst-harry-potter-films-as-rated-by-fans-
The Harry Potter film series, ranked from best movie to worst. Now that all 8 films in the Harry Potter franchise have been released, we can look book on the complete collection to determine which were the best and worst individual films. Most fans agreed that the series got off to a relatively slow start, with the 2 first entries from director Chris Columbus - "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's (or Philosopher's) Stone" and "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" - taking a somewhat juvenile tone. Later films from Alfonso Cuaron, Mike Newell and David Yates expanded the mythology of the Potter Universe, took a somewhat darker and more realistic tone and expanded the scope of the films considerably, to great effect.

The film series spanned an entire decade; the first entry, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," was released in 2001, and the final film, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2" arrived exactly 10 years later in 2011. The talents of 4 directors were involved, with David Yates taking on the bulk of the series, everything from "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" on. Columbus and Yates are the only two filmmakers to return for more than one "Potter" film. Nonetheless, the movies' acting cast, writers and some crew members remained remarkably consistent. Steve Kloves wrote all the Potter films (with assistance from "Potter" author JK Rowling) except for "Order of the Phoenix," which was penned by Michael Goldenberg. The main cast of Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson as Harry, Ron and Hermione (respectively) featured in all 8 films, as did Robbie Coltrane as Hagrid, Alan Rickman as Professor Snape, Maggie Smith as Professor McGonagall and Tom Felton as Draco Malfoy. Richard Harris portrayed Hogwarts Headmaster Albus Dumbledore in the first two films, but passed away on October 25, 2002. He was replaced by Michael Gambon in all the films to follow.
All Harry Potter Movies, Ranked Best to Worst,

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part I

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2

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<![CDATA[The Best Hipster Movies]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-hipster-movies/all-genre-movies-lists
Grab your mason jars, mustache comb, and ironic glasses, it’s time to rank the most hipster movies of all time! As any self-respecting hipster knows, liking anything, even a great hipster movie, is inherently uncool. That’s what makes figuring out which of these hipster films is the best especially difficult. Some may be considered among the best movies of all time, but since a real hipster could never like anything someone else does (even another hipster), it’s up to you to decide which one should be at the top.

From Lost in Translation to Garden State to anything made by Wes Anderson (Rushmore, Bottle Rocket, Royal Tenenbaums... the hipster movie list goes on), these great hipster films are fine pieces of movie making that just happen to feature characters who probably wear flannel while listening to Arcade Fire on vinyl. This list of the best hipster movies includes films that are either beloved by hipsters, or feature a hipster as one of the central characters. If your favorite hipster movie isn't on this hipster movies list, make sure to add it to the list yourself.

Despite stereotypes, the hipster subculture is about more than vintage bicycles and ironic T-shirts. They value progressive, independent thinking, and counter-culture tastes. They tend to lean towards androgyny, because classic male/female imagery is considered too mainstream and even offensive. In many ways, they are modern beatniks. If you consider yourself a hipster, then one of these films may well be your favorite movie of all time.

If you want more hipster action, check out the lamest celebrity hipster couples, the best jobs for hipsters, essential brands for your hipster lifestyle and the most hipster bands (warning: there are many).
The Best Hipster Movies,

A Clockwork Orange

Donnie Darko
Released: 2001
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Fight Club


Napoleon Dynamite

The Big Lebowski
Released: 1998
The Royal Tenenbaums
Released: 2001

(500) Days of Summer

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<![CDATA[Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Movie Quotes]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/mike-and-dave-need-wedding-dates-movie-quotes/movie-and-tv-quotes

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates movie quotes tell the story of two brothers who are tasked with bringing two nice girls to their sister's destination wedding. The comedy was written by Andrew J. Cohen and Brendan O'Brien. Directed by Jake Szymanski, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates opened in theaters on July 8, 2016.

In Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, parents Burt (Stephen Root) and Rosie (Stephanie Faracy) sit sons Dave (Zac Efron) and Mike (Adam DeVine) down ahead of daughter Jeanie's (Sugar Lyn Beard) wedding to Eric (Sam Richardson). Burt and Rosie clearly explain that the boys have a history of wrecking family gatherings and that this behavior will absolutely not be tolerated at the destination wedding in Hawaii. To prevent any mishaps, Burt and Rosie demand that Dave and Mike bring dates to the wedding.

To fulfill the demand, Mike and Dave seek out dates, including going on national television to advertise their need. This entices Tatiana (Aubrey Plaza) and Alice (Anna Kendrick), who will do whatever it takes to get that free trip to Hawaii. After some maneuvering and fudging of the truth, the ladies end up joining the brothers on the trip. But the whole plan backfires when they land in Hawaii and the ladies end up being the ones causing havoc and only egging the guys on to join them.

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates was one of several fun summer 2016 movies in theaters at the same time alongside Ghostbusters 2016, Star Trek Beyond and The Secret Life of Pets.

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Movie Quotes,

We're Looking for Nice Girls

Dave: We've got to find the right girls for this. Where do we even go? ... What?
Mike: We're about to do something awesome.
Wendy Williams: I'm here with Mike and Dave Stangle. They are looking for dates for their sister's wedding in Hawaii.
Tatiana: Let's make these guys take us to Hawaii!
Dave: We're looking for nice girls.
Tatiana: We're going to look respectable as...

When Mike and Dave announce on the Wendy Williams Show that they need dates for a destination wedding in Hawaii, Tatiana's and Alice's ears perk up. They are totally game for a free trip to Hawaii and determined to do what it takes to get it.

I Saved Her Life!!

Alice: They're leaving!
Tatiana: It's all part of the plan.
Mike: Are you okay?
Tatiana: I am now.
Mike: I saved her life! I saved her life!

Alice and Tatiana happen to run into Mike and Dave at a bar in a secret attempt to woo the boys into picking them for the Hawaii trip. Tatiana is dedicated to the cause, even throwing herself in front of a car so Mike can swoop in and save her life.

Sounds Like You Guys Are Watching Porno

Mike: Hello
Alice: Tatiana, they've got C**kbusters.
Mike: That sounds like you guys are like watching porno.
Tatiana: No
Alice: They have the Rodfather. I don't know if we're going to get it though if we haven't seen the Godfather. 

When Mike knocks on the ladies' hotel room door to offer some greetings, it appears that the girls have some naughty plans for the night. Despite Tatiana's denial, the movie titles Alice mentions suggest that they're about to get down with some adult films.

Burn Victim Barbie

Mike: Oh my god, she supermans!
Tatiana: Your turn, Mike!
Dave: Don't ever do that!
Mike: I can do anything that they can do.
Jeanie: Is it okay?
Mike: She looks like burn victim Barbie, and you're black Ken.

As Mike and Dave compete with Tatiana and Alice, the pairs take turns on ATVs. So when Tatiana shows off a slick move, Mike tries to copy, except his attempt has some traumatic results.

Bring a Date to Your Sister's Wedding

Mike: Mom and dad, what's going on here?
Burt: Over the years at our family gatherings, you two show up and you ruin it. I want you to bring a date to your sister's wedding. I don't want you showing up stag and riling each other up.
Mike: We don't rile each other up!!
Dave: We never get riled up!!
Dave: We'll shape up for you, Jeanie.

With their daughter, Jeanie's, wedding approaching, parents Burt and Rosie sit obnoxious sons Mike and Dave down for a serious talk. They don't want the boys ruining the wedding so they demand Mike and Dave find dates to bring to keep them in line.

She's Super Smart

Dave: Grandma, meet Alice. She's super smart.
Mike: Tatiana, she's a school teacher. 
Tatiana: The key to teaching children is repetition. You'd be surprised how stupid they are.

Mike and Dave introduce their dates to the rest of their family in Hawaii. While the guys think Tatiana and Alice are smart, respectable women, it's an act that the ladies find hard to pull off.

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<![CDATA[Ghostbusters 2016 Movie Quotes]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/ghostbusters-2016-movie-quotes/movie-and-tv-quotes

Ghostbusters 2016 reboots the classic 1980s Ghostbusters film series following a group of scientists who battle ghosts in New York City. The reboot, a third in the Ghostbusters series, was directed by Paul Feig using a screenplay he cowrote with Katie Dippold based on the original idea created by Ivan Reitman, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Featuring an all-female cast, Ghostbusters 2016 owned in theaters on July 15, 2016.

In Ghostbusters 2016, paranormal enthusiasts Dr. Abby Yates (Melissa McCarthy) and Dr. Erin Gilbert (Kristen Wiig) and engineer Dr. Jillian Holtxmann (Kate McKinnon) are in the right place at the right time when a ghost invasion hits New York City. Knowing that they are the only ones with the expertise and courage to fight the ghosts, the trio forms the Ghostbusters.

But simply fighting ghosts isn't exactly an easy task so the crew expands. New Ghostbuster Patty Tolan (Leslie Jones) joins the team, and brings a company vehicle/hearse with her, while the Ghostbusters hire the handsome simpleton Kevin Beckman (Chris Hemsworth) as their receptionist. Together, the team must save New York City from these ghosts, including giving some love to the original films along the way.

Ghostbusters 2016 joined the summer 2016 movie lineup alongside Star Trek Beyond and The Secret Life of Pets, among others.

Ghostbusters 2016 Movie Quotes,

I'm Joining the Club

Patty Tolan: I'm joining the club. You guys are really smart about this science stuff but I know New York and I can borrow a car from my uncle. 
Dr. Abby Yates: Uh, you didn't disclose that the vehicle was going to be a hearse. 
Patty Tolan: It's a Cadillac!

Knowing they need a fourth for their team, the Ghostbusters hire Patty to join them. Among other things, she brings a perfect car for their adventures, well, some see it as perfect.

The Power of Pain Compels You

Dr. Abby Yates: There's a bigger picture at hand here. These ghosts can possess the human form.
Patty Tolan: Aw, hell no! The devil is a liar! Get out of my friend, ghost!
Dr. Abby Yates: Ow, that's going to leave a mark.
Patty Tolan: The power of pain compels you!

When Abby is possessed by a ghost, Patty takes things into her own hands to knock the ghost out. The effort is successful, but unfortunately leaves Abby in a great deal of pain.

I Think You Can Handle It

Jonathan: It will haunt you every night. Whatever it is, no one should have to encounter that kind of evil, except you girls. I think you can handle it.
Patty Tolan: Oh, oh good, thanks.

When theater manager Jonathan describes the ghosts he's seen, he describes it as something no one should ever encounter. He does make an exception for the lovely ladies who can rid his place of business of said evil, however.

I Was Born to Be a Ghostbuster

Kevin: Hey, guys, check it out!
Dr. Abby Yates: Hey, Kevin, come inside!
Kevin: I was born to be a Ghostbuster. 
Patty Tolan: Oh man, that's so not good.

Kevin is determined to be a Ghostbuster. But when he arrives in costume with a motorcycle, he barely gets out his announcement before a ghost gets him. He's not off to a great start.

Can You Answer the Phone?

Dr. Erin Gilbert: Kevin, hi, can you answer the phone?
Kevin: I can't. It's in the fish tank.
Dr. Erin Gilbert: No, the one on the desk that's ringing. That one. 
Kevin: Oh, that one! What's this place called again?

Their new receptionist, Kevin, sure is pretty, but smart he is not. After he's unable to reach through the fish tank glass to pick up the phone, another ringing phone leaves him even more puzzled.

We're the Ones to Answer the Call

Dr. Abby Yates: We have a gift. We see what no one else is willing to see. We do things others can't do. If there's a paranormal problem, we're the ones to answer the call.

Abby doesn't just see a business opportunity in creating the Ghostbusters, she sees a duty to mankind to protect them. Clearly, she ain't afraid of no ghost.

I'm Mad as Hell

Patty Tolan: Okay, you sweaty freaks, I'm about to save you from this ghost.
Patty Tolan: Okay, so I don't know if it was a race thing or a lady thing but I'm mad as hell.

In an attempt to nab a nasty ghost, Patty stage dives into an unforgiving audience. After landing on the hard concrete floor, she has some choice words for the folks she is about to save.

That Stuff Went Everywhere

Dr. Abby Yates: That's a class-four apparition.
Dr. Erin Gilbert: It's okay. She seems peaceful. My name is Erin Gilbert, doctor of particle physics at...
Dr. Erin Gilbert: That stuff went everywhere by the way, in every crack, very hard to wash off.

When the ladies encounter a ghost, Erin tries to make friends with it. It doesn't work too well and she gets slimed, everywhere.

We Can Provide a Real Service

Dr. Abby Yates: We've dedicated our whole lives to studying the paranormal. Now there's sightings all over the city. There are people out there who need our help. Holtzmann, you're a brilliant engineer. Erin, no one's better at quantum physics than you. We can provide a real service. 
Dr. Erin Gilbert: Someone is creating a device that amplifies paranormal activity and we might be the only ones who can stop it. 

Abby knows that she, Holtzmann and Erin have something special in their team. Erin knows that the city is under attack. Perhaps they put those things together and get out there and fight some ghosts, eh?

You Don't Want Mass Hysteria

Jennifer Lynch: We don't want a panic. 
Dr. Abby Yates: You don't want mass hysteria.

In speaking with government officials, the Ghostbusters hear that the goal is to not alarm the residents. Stealing a line from the original film, Abby mentions not wanting mass hysteria. No word on dogs or cats living together.

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<![CDATA[The Best Movies of All Time]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-best-movies-of-all-time
The best movies of all time, ranked by movie experts and film fans alike. What are the greatest movies of all time? This list of the top films ever made was created by taking best movie suggestions from Ranker users and letting them vote to determine which films are the best ever made.

So, what are the best movies of all time? The list includes a wide range of films, from art house European cinema to top action films and blockbusters to established, highly-regarded classics of the Golden Age of Hollywood. The entries span many genres and include some of the greatest movie villains created by the best writers and top film directors in the industry. Included are movies that were recognized in their own time – including a number of Academy Award recipients and even Best Picture selections – as well as cult movies or sleeper hits that took time to find an audience. Shawshank Redemption, for example, was not highly regarded or popular in theaters when it first opened, but has since risen to the top of many best movie lists.

If your favorite movies still aren't included with this group of the best movies of all time, add them by clicking "rerank" below to make your own list. Or just vote for the titles below that are most worthy of the title of the greatest movie ever. Also, check out Ranker's lists of the greatest actors of all time.
The Best Movies of All Time,

Fight Club

Forrest Gump


Pulp Fiction

Schindler's List

Star Wars

The Dark Knight

The Godfather

The Godfather Part II

The Shawshank Redemption

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<![CDATA[The Best Movie Villains of All Time]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-best-movie-villains-of-all-time
These are the greatest, most vile movie characters we love to hate, ranked by the wisdom of the crowd. Anyone can contribute to this list of great villains, which makes this ranking an accurate, real-time reflection of the crowd's collective opinion.

Who are the greatest villains of all time? These movie bad guys are the scourge of the movie universe and you can now vote on the meanest villain ever to appear on film. Rank your favorites or add whoever (or whatever) you see missing.
The Best Movie Villains of All Time,

Agent Smith

Darth Vader

Freddy Krueger

Hannibal Lecter

Jack Torrance

Lord Voldemort





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