The Best Films in History: Did Your Favorite Make the List?

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Film snobs and average movie-goers alike can all agree that their favorite film is the best of all time... but will those films make our list? There is a lot of ground to cover, from 1920s Buster Keaton stunt films to 2010s Pixar animated ones, the history of film is filled with incredible artistry. 

Here's the most current list of the top films in history. Where does your favorite fall?

Airplane!

Even though it debuted in 1980, Airplane! is still one of the most beloved movies of all time. It has grossed nearly $250 million since its release. The spoof comedy takes hilarious jabs at ever-popular disaster-themed films. The star-studded cast had the likes of Robert Hays, Julie Hagerty, Leslie Nielsen, Lloyd Bridges, Robert Stack, Lorna Patterson, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

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Pan's Labyrinth

Guillermo del Toro is critically acclaimed for a reason. Pan's Labyrinth is one of the very few Spanish-speaking films that made it into the top charts all over America. The 2006 film has grossed over $40 million in its lifespan. The storyline has love, war, and of course, magical beings and fairytale worlds.

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The More You Know

  • The skeletons in "Poltergeist" are not props. They are real human skeletons.
  • Natalie Portman dislocated her rib while shooting Black Swan and had to give up her trailer so the low budget film could afford a medic for the rest of shooting.
  • The director of Cannibal Holocaust had to prove in court that the actors were still alive and didn’t get killed during the movie.
  • In the movie 'The Hangover', no effects or prosthetics were created for Stu's missing tooth. Actor Ed Helms never had an adult incisor grow, and his fake incisor was taken out for the parts of filming where Stu's tooth is missing.
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