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Old 03-29-05, 06:08 PM
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Movies with at least 90,000 votes on IMDB

154,863 LOTR FOTR
146,289 Shawshank Redemption
140,463 Matrix
132,389 Star Wars
129,383 Pulp Fiction
119,832 Godfather
112,200 LOTR TT
109,441 Fight Club
108,278 American Beauty
102,246 Usual Suspects
102,125 Star Wars ESB
100,244 LOTR ROTK
98,022 Saving Private Ryan
96,295 Schindler's List
95,804 Sixth Sense
92,378 Raiders of the Lost Ark
91,010 Gladiator
90,812 Silence of the Lambs
90,252 Braveheart

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1972 Godfather
1977 Star Wars
1980 Star Wars ESB
1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark
1991 Silence of the Lambs
1993 Schindler's List
1994 Shawshank Redemption
1994 Pulp Fiction
1995 Braveheart
1995 Usual Suspects
1998 Saving Private Ryan
1999 Matrix
1999 Sixth Sense
1999 American Beauty
1999 Fight Club
2000 Gladiator
2002 LOTR TT
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Sounds about right.
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...but where is License To Drive?

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I'm more amazed at the staying power of Seven Samarai at number 5. It has the fewest votes in the top 10 but has maintained a good position for some time now. I guess that mostly every film fanatic has voted for it though.

It is a great accomplishment on a site that has a lot of people writing entries such as, "Bladerunner sucked .... it was boring .... Go see Zoolander instead .... end of qoute"

*the above entry was fictional
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Would've been interesting if the OP had also posted the scores of those films as well.
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No Donnie Darko? Phew, the nerds haven't won.
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Don't mind me, i am wired up on caffine, and just finished a paper, so if i ramble jsut ignore me, but...

i think the biggest shocker of that group is fight club, i mean that's weird company.
All the rest are movies everyone has seen repeatedly. LOTR is of course going to be there, as is starwars, raiders, and the godfather. they are movies that most will agree are some of the most pop and best of the last 30 yrs.;
The matrix was huge before reloded and rev; Pulp Fiction, The Usual suspects, braveheart, and shawshank are film with big cult followings; Silence of the Lambs, Sixth Sense are considered 2 of the best thrillers; Saving Private Ryan and Schindler's List are 2 highly acclaimed dramas that are considered really powerful;
Gladiator, for some reason, is many people's darling of an action film, it was one of the reasons (as was the matrix) that joe-six-pack got a dvd player;
Even American Beauty won an oscar, but fight club never really got big. i mean i love it, and on campus and among friends we talk about it alot. but it seems out of place among these other movies. that list bascally says it is one of the top 20 most popular movies right. it just seems weird.

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