<![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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WALL-E

Aladdin

Finding Nemo

Monsters, Inc.

Shrek

The Incredibles

The Lion King

Toy Story

Toy Story 3

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<![CDATA[The Best Date Movies]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-date-movies/ranker-film
What are the best date movies? That's a tricky question, because you've got your first date movies and your second date movies...and so on. This list of top films for date night includes a wide variety of different kinds of films that will hopefully make for an excellent evening of snuggling and discussion. Many of these films are some of the best romantic comedies of all time. These are the movies you really can't go wrong watching on date night. Vote up your favorites, vote down any you had to suffer through on bad dates and of course, rerank this list any way you want. And, if your favorite date night film is missing, add it!

While a list of the best date movies will likely be dominated by romantic comedies ("rom-coms"), this list also includes some great dramas, some classic funny movies and a handful of horror movies, too. Why? Because not everybody likes Hollywood rom-coms. Sometimes you want to dig a little deeper. A great date night movie can spur some interesting discussion and, in the case of horror movies, can bring you two much closer - literally.

One caveat with the date night movie choices: Please, unless you are absolutely certain your sweetie loves period movies, do not, repeat, do not make them suffer through long, sweepingly epic films like 'The English Patient.' Yes, the movie is romantic but trust me, stick with the lighter fare. The same goes for other great epic movies like the 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy. It's fine if your date is a huge fan, but if not? Bad idea. Also, beware the tearjerker movies. You don't want to be sitting there blubbering like a baby in front of a date when Mufasa dies in 'The Lion King,' do you?

If you're really in doubt, go with one of these highly rewatchable movies and/or a selection from this list of the best movies of all time.
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The Notebook

An Affair to Remember

Casablanca

Chocolat

Dirty Dancing

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Grease

Notting Hill

Pretty Woman

When Harry Met Sally...


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<![CDATA[Mad Max: Fury Road Movie Quotes]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/mad-max-fury-road-movie-quotes/movie-and-tv-quotes
Mad Max: Fury Road movie quotes follow the action as the post-apocalyptic Mad Max film series continues in a fourth installment. The action-adventure movie was directed by George Miller using a screenplay he co-wrote with Brendan McCarthy and Nico Lathouris. Mad Max: Fury Road opened in theaters on May 15, 2015.

In Mad Max: Fury Road, the title character of Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy) finds himself in a post-apocalyptic desert area where resources are quickly dwindling and chaos is setting in. Max is captured by Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne), who rules the land, including keeping a harem of women against their will with the purpose of reproduction.

But to his benefit, Max meets Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron), a woman who needs him as much as he needs her. See Max knows how to cross the desert safely, something Imperator Furiosa desperately needs in order to free the captive women (including Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Riley Keough), while she is his only hope for freedom. So the two join together to escape the desert, but that's easier said than done with Immortan Joe's squad after them in a land with no resources but many, quite insane, residents.

Mad Max: Fury Road brings some excitement to theaters which are already showing other great films such as Hot Pursuit, Maggie, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Far From the Madding Crowd, and Welcome to Me.
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Everybody Has Gone Out of Their Mind
Max Rockatansky: Everybody has gone out their mind. You're not the only one Max.

In speaking to himself, Max reminds himself that it's totally okay that he's gone nuts because everyone else is nuts too. Oddly, this makes for quite the good movie plot.
My World is Fire and Blood
Max Rockatansky: My name is Max. My world is fire and blood.

Quite succinctly, Max sums up what's happening in their world. It's not pleasant, full of fire, blood and nearly assured destruction. Fun times!
We Are Not Things
Miss Giddy: We are not things. We are not things!
Immortan Joe: Where is she taking them? I want them back! They're my property!

Miss Giddy pleads with Immortan Joe for some shred of dignity. He treats his women like property, keeping them for their reproductive purposes, something the ladies are quite tired of.
By My Hand
Immortan Joe: It is by my hand that you will rise from the ashes of this world.

Immortan Joe, simply put, runs the land but don't let these seemingly inspiring words fool you, he's totally up to no good. This surely complicates things for Max and the others.
A Single Instinct, Survive
Max Rockatansky: In this wasteland, I am the one who runs from both the living and the dead. A man reduced to a single instinct, survive. As the world fell, each of us in our own way was broken. It was hard to know who was more crazy, me or everyone else.

Max gives a brief overview of his personal hell in the film. He's living in a post-apocalyptic world where everyone is crazy, himself included, and just trying their best to survive.
Let's Go!
Imperator Furiosa: Wanna get through this? Do as I say. Now pick up what you can and run. Let's go!

Max and Imperator Furiosa each have what the other needs and must work together to survive. Max knows how to cross the desert while Imperator Furiosa can give Max the freedom he desperately desires.
What a Lovely Day
Nux: Oh what a day, what a lovely day!

As Nux exuberantly demonstrates, everyone is plain old nuts. What is clearly chaos and disorder is seen as quite the lovely day to Nux.

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<![CDATA[The Best Classic Horror Movies]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-classic-horror-movies/ranker-horror
If you’re a true horror film enthusiast then you’ll recognize these famous directors and the movies that earned them worldwide recognition: Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby, Tod Browning’s Dracula, James Whale’s The Bride of Frankenstein, David Cronenberg’s The Fly, Wes Craven’s The Last House on the Left, John Carpenter’s The Thing, and the most famous horror director of all time, Alfred Hitchcock, who produced some of the greatest horror movies in all of film history, including The Birds and Psycho.
 
The movies on this list have stood the test of time as being the greatest horror films in history, so if you're in the mood for horror, these won't disappoint. They include: The Shining, Jaws, Alien, The Exorcist, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Night of the Living Dead, Evil Dead, Halloween, Rosemary’s Baby, Dressed to Kill, I Walked With a Zombie, and Possession. This list includes old slasher films as well as scary psychological horror movies that terrified early audiences of cinema.

Vote up your favorite classic horror flick today, or add a good old scary classic that isn't on the list already.
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Alien

A Nightmare on Elm Street

The Thing

Night of the Living Dead

Poltergeist

Psycho

The Birds

The Exorcist

The Shining

The Silence of the Lambs


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<![CDATA[List of Black Movies, Ranked Best to Worst]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/all-black-movies-or-list-of-black-movies
The best black movies are favorites that explore African-American culture and themes. This list is ranked by film fans, many of whom grew up waiting for and watching goods, realistic representations of what life was like for black people in America. The top African American movies often dominate the box office when released and this is a list of the best black films. What are the best black people movies of all time? Some of these films appear on other lists that you may find interesting, such as: best comedies of all time, best drama movies and best actions movies on Netflix. You can sort by actor and director, or press "rerank" below to make your own list of the greatest African American themed movies.

This list of top black films features classic African American comedies like Friday and Coming to America, sports films like Love & Basketball, and biographical movies about black celebrities and leaders, from Ray and Ali to Malcolm X. This list also includes great movies about slavery (both Roots and Django Unchained, for example) and films about black life in the American South throughout history, from Glory and A Time to Kill to The Help. These and other highly acclaimed black movies in cinema focus on African-Americans, and most have surpassed the test of time among black audiences.

This includes everything to watch from '90s black comedy movies - comedies with a mostly black cast and perspective - to black crime movies, famous gang films, and action flicks. For other interesting movie lists check out Ranker's lists of well-made movies about slavery and films about racism. Also check out these lists of the best black sitcoms and the best cities for African Americans.
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Boyz n the Hood

Coming to America

Friday

Lean on Me

Love & Basketball

Malcolm X

Ray

Set It Off

The Color Purple

Training Day


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<![CDATA[The Best Movies of 2014]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-movies-2014/ranker-film

Sure there are the Oscars, Golden Globes, and a number of other award ceremonies that hand out trophies to movies that are voted on as the best of 2014, but we want to know which 2014 movies that fans like you thought were the absolute best. Everyone has their own rankings of the top films of the year, and this is your chance to weigh in on which ones you loved the most.
 
It's time for you to enter into this hotly contested debate and vote for the best movies of 2014. While it does depend on personal taste, the movies on this list received great reviews, captured the attention of the audience, and earned a place in cinema history. These include films like Interstellar, Boyhood, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Whiplash. For more 2014 movie lists, check out Ranker's lists of the funniest movies of 2014 and the best horror films of 2014.


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Interstellar

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Lego: The Piece of Resistance

X-Men: Days of Future Past

American Sniper

Guardians of the Galaxy

Gone Girl

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Edge of Tomorrow

The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies


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<![CDATA[Maggie Movie Quotes]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/maggie-movie-quotes/movie-and-tv-quotes
Maggie movie quotes tell the story of one father who goes to extreme lengths to protect his daughter after she's infected with a zombie-like disease. The horror thriller was written by John Scott 3 and directed by Henry Hobson. After premiering at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, Maggie opened in theaters on May 8, 2015.

In Maggie, Wade (Arnold Schwarzenegger) lives with his wife Carolina (Joely Richardson) and teenage daughter from a previous relationship Maggie (Abigail Breslin). Maggie becomes infected with a highly contagious disease going around the midwest which turns victims into cannibalistic zombies after some time. To combat the outbreak, authorities have instituted a mandatory quarantine requiring all those who have been infected to be removed from their homes and placed into confinement as to not infect others.

But Wade, who vowed to Maggie's mother that he would always protect her, cannot bring himself to place Maggie in quarantine, despite knowing the risks to himself and Caroline. So when Maggie, who is aware of her dangerous condition, flees, Wade is caught between trying to find her to bring her home and keeping himself and Caroline safe from her inevitable danger.

Maggie brings a fresh side of Arnold Schwarzenegger's acting abilities in this somber tale after years as an action star, among other professions. The film joins other movies already in theaters such as Hot Pursuit, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Far From the Madding Crowd, Welcome to Me, and The Water Diviner.
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She Has to Go In
Caroline: Wade, please, just call them. It's time now. She has to go in.
Wade: What if it was Molly or Bobby?
Caroline: After everything that we've been through, you still think it's about that? I've loved her like she was my own but she's not her anymore. Wade, please!

Wade's wife Caroline tries to convince him that his daughter, Maggie, is too sick to be at home with him. Wade refuses to see his daughter as someone or something harmful, despite knowing that her illness suggests otherwise.
I'll Be Fine
Caroline: Let me see.
Maggie: Not too close.
Caroline: I'll be fine.
Maggie: Do you smell that?
Caroline: No
Maggie: Are you sure? It smells like food.
Caroline: It's probably your father cooking up something he shouldn't have. I'll get the drops.

Maggie is aware that her illness makes her dangerous and highly contagious. Caroline takes the risk of looking at Maggie's spreading rash, also knowing how dangerous it is.
Need You to Follow the Rules Here
Doctor: Mr. Bowman, I wouldn't normally release someone with this type of infection. I need you to follow the rules here. Quarantine is eight weeks in. She's probably going to show more signs of aggression band hunger. When that happens, say your goodbyes and get her straight into quarantine.

The doctor advises against Wade's desires to remove Maggie, who is infected with a zombie-like disease, from the hospital. Wade is taking Maggie home regardless so the doctor warns him what will happen and how best to deal with it.
That's My Girl
Wade: Maggie, what happened? Maggie! Stop it! Stop it! Don't do this, not yet. Maggie, snap out of it. Come on.
Maggie: Daddy? Daddy!
Wade: That's my girl.

Wade finds Maggie in a home after she ran away due to her disease. Wade tries his best to snap her out of her disease-induced fit of rage and eventually does, or so it seems.
You Shouldn't Have Brought Me Back
Maggie: You spent two weeks out there looking for me?
Wade: Yeah, I made a promise to your mother to ever protect you.
Maggie: Yeah, but what about you guys? What if I hurt you?
Wade: Don't worry. Caroline and David know the precautions.
Maggie: You shouldn't have brought me back.

Maggie and father Wade conflict on how they feel she should be treated during her illness. She feels she should be away from the family, to protect the family, but Wade does not want her away from him. Surely this cannot end well, right?
Quarantine Rules
Holt: Quarantine rules apply to everybody, Wade.

After hearing that Wade is keeping his infected daughter, Maggie, at home, Holt comes to arrest him. Maggie should be in quarantine, under the rules, and Holt is holding Wade responsible for failing to do that.
My Turn to Protect You
Maggie: Dad, you've protected me all your life. Now it's my turn to protect you. There is life with you, not with me. Don't come looking for me. I'm safe. I'm fine.

Maggie issues some strict instructions for her father, who has always been her protector. She's sick, has left home and does not want him to come looking for her for his own safety.

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<![CDATA[The Best Comic Book Movies Rated R]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/r-rated-comic-book-movies/ranker-film
The blockbuster comic book movies of today all have one thing in common: they aim to be family friendly. And while some comics are all for family fun, others are not suitable for children under 17. Now and then studios have decided to take the extra gamble and in turn have created some excellent R-rated comic book movies.  

From bloodbaths to profanity, these comic book movies have stayed true (or in some cases gone beyond) to the mood and spirit of their comic book origins. Adapted from comics containing some of the most compelling stories and artistry in comic book canon,  these cinematic translations borne of realism and artistry have found their way on the R-rated list.

With comic book movies taking box offices by storm, it seems fitting to give kudos to their unsung R-rated brethren. Check out our list of the best R-rated comic book movies to revisit old favorites and find new ones. Just make sure the kids go to bed early.
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Blade

Blade II

Sin City

The Crow

V for Vendetta

Wanted

Watchmen

Dredd

Kingsman: The Secret Service


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<![CDATA[The Best War Movies Ever]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/top-war-movies
This list ranks the best movies about war, battles, and military conflicts. These films recreate some of the most significant events in world history from a variety of perspectives and with a variety of purposes and intentions. Some top war films attempt to recreate as realistically as possible the events that they depict, either from an omniscient perspective permitted by historical study or from the point of view of the soldiers and civilians involved in the conflict itself. Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down, for example, was both praised in its time and heavily criticized for bringing a "you are there" sense of realism - and little outside or cultural perspective - to a recreation of the Battle of Mogadishu.

Others of the greatest war films use war as a backdrop to look at larger issues - such as man's inhumanity to man or the crippling impact of post-traumatic stress - or just as a meditation on war itself. Still other films like Glory and Band of Brothers examine the personal drama of a few individuals, and mine it for larger insights about the meaning of war and the impact that violence has on individual human lives.

Finally, some war films - particularly those made during the classic Hollywood era - are simply adventure films with war providing a compelling setting and situation. The Great Escape, for example, remains a classic not because of its grand ideas about the nature of war, but because it is a ceaselessly entertaining spectacle. No matter what type of film, there's no denying that these are certainly the best war movies ever.

Vote for your favorite war films to move them up the list. And if your favorites are not yet represented, make your own version of the list and add them!
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Apocalypse Now

Band of Brothers

Black Hawk Down

Braveheart

Full Metal Jacket

Platoon

Saving Private Ryan

Schindler's List

The Bridge on the River Kwai


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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 best movies of 2013 and the greatest actors of all time.
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Fight Club

Forrest Gump

Goodfellas

Pulp Fiction

Schindler's List

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

The Dark Knight

The Godfather

The Godfather Part II

The Shawshank Redemption


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