The Best Movies of 1968
More than 500 movie fans have come together to vote on the best movies of 1968, and the results are in. Movies released during this year still resonate with audiences today, and it's easy to see why. From classic comedies like The Producers to groundbreaking films like 2001: A Space Odyssey, these films all have their own unique charms.
Mel Brooks's The Producers is a timeless musical comedy favorite that follows Gene Wilder and Zero Mostel as they decide to produce the worst stage musical ever. With its eccentric characters and catchy musical numbers, this film has charmed generations of viewers. On the other hand, Stanley Kubrick's science-fiction masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey pushed boundaries when it came out in 1968 and remains an influential work even today. It revolutionized cinematic storytelling by blending philosophical themes with cutting-edge special effects for a truly unforgettable experience.
Other notable entries include Rosemary's Baby - Roman Polanski’s psychological thriller about demonic possession -and Planet of the Apes which spawned one of Hollywood’s most beloved franchises . These are just a few examples from this stacked lineup – check out our full list below for more fantastic movies from 1968. Don't forget to cast your votes up or down for each title on our list so we can determine which is really the greatest movie from that year.