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The 50 best movies of all time, according to critics

“The Godfather.” Paramount Footage/”The Godfather”

To search out out which movies have been essentially the most critically acclaimed over time, Insider turned to the critiques aggregator Metacritic for this rating, which scores movies by their composite essential reception.

The ensuing checklist consists of fashionable masterpieces like current Oscar winners “Moonlight” and “Parasite” in competition with classics like “The Godfather” and “Citizen Kane.”

There’s additionally, not surprisingly, loads of Hitchcock.

Listed below are the 50 greatest motion pictures of all time, in line with Metacritic critiques:

John Lynch contributed to a earlier model of this put up.

50. “Youngsters of Paradise” (1945)

children of paradise

Société Nouvelle Pathé Cinéma

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.7/10

What critics stated: “Few achievements on this planet of cinema can equal it.” — Chicago Solar-Occasions

49. “The Grapes of Wrath” (1940)

GRAPES OF WRATH

twentieth Century Fox

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 9.0/10

What critics stated: “Gregg Toland captures the open areas and massive skies of rural America, whereas the usually conservative Ford places ahead a sympathetic however radical plea for staff’ rights and freedom for the folks.” — Empire

48. “Do not Look Now” (1973)

don't look now

British Lion Movie Company

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.5/10

What critics stated: “A haunting, stunning labyrinth that will get inside your bones and stays there.” — San Francisco Chronicle

47. “Rocks” (2021)

rocks netflix

Netflix

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 6.1/10

What critics stated: “With exuberant naturalism from its non-professional actors, and a standout efficiency from Kosar Ali as Rocks’s greatest pal, the movie covers the highs and lows of feminine adolescence with compelling sensitivity.” — Globe and Mail

46. “Parasite” (2019)

parasite

“Parasite” Neon

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.9/10

What critics stated: “Parasite begins in exhilaration and ends in devastation, however the triumph of the film is that it absolutely lives and breathes at each second, even whenever you may end up struggling to exhale.” — Los Angeles Occasions

45. “Ratatouille” (2007)

ratatouille

Disney / Pixar

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.6/10

What critics stated: “The refined colours and textures of the meals alone make Ratatouille a three-star Michelin night.” — Time

44. “Nashville” (1975)

nashville movie

Paramount

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.8/10

What critics stated: “One of many best American movies of the ’70s, Nashville stays Altman’s crowning achievement.” — Leisure Weekly

43. “Killer of Sheep” (2007)

Killer of Sheep

Oscilloscope

Critic rating: 94/100

Consumer rating: 6.9

What critics stated: “You need to be ready to see a movie like this, or capable of loosen up and permit it to unfold. It would not come, as most movies do, with built-in directions about find out how to view it.” — RogerEbert.com

42. “12 Years a Slave” (2013)

12 years a slave

Fox Searchlight

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.0/10

What critics stated: “A piece that, lastly, asks a mainstream viewers to confront the worst of what humanity can do to itself.” — Boston Globe

41. “The Maltese Falcon” (1941)

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Warner Bros.

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 7.9/10

What critics stated: “This is likely one of the greatest examples of actionful and suspenseful melodramatic story telling in cinematic type.” — Selection

40. “Rosemary’s Child” (1968)

rosemary's baby

Paramount Footage

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.2/10

What critics stated: “The brilliance of the movie comes extra from Polanski’s path, and from a collection of genuinely impressed performances, than from the unique story.” — Chicago Solar-Occasions

39. “Manchester by the Sea” (2016)

Manchester By The Sea Claire Folger

Claire Fogler

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.2/10

What critics stated: “Regardless of his draw to tragic topics, Lonergan holds onto a pointy, darkish, Irish humorousness, and a really feel for the absurd that comes out on the most surprising occasions.” — New York Each day Information

38. “12 Indignant Males” (1957)

12 Angry Men

A scene from the enduring jury film “12 Indignant Males.” IMDB

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 9.3/10

What critics stated: “What actually transforms the piece from a somewhat talky demonstration {that a} man is harmless till confirmed responsible, is the persistently taut, sweltering environment, created largely by Boris Kaufman’s wonderful camerawork.” — Time Out London

37. “The Store Across the Nook” (1940)

shop around the corner

MGM

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating:8.6/10

What critics stated: “The appeal of the gimmick in Lubitsch’s take (directing a script by Samuel Raphaelson, who had collaborated with the German-born filmmaker on comedies and melodramas alike) is handed over rapidly in favor of learning each its results on these concerned, in addition to the dynamics of the office at giant.” — Slant Journal

36. “Ran” (1985)

ran

Rialto Footage

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 8.5/10

What critics stated: “The drama itself packs a strong — and timeless — intestine punch.” Washington Publish

35. “Roma” (2018)

roma netflix

Netflix

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 7.8/10

What critics stated: “Alfonso Cuarón has made one more film that may transport you to a different time and place. You’ll really feel such as you’re dwelling it.” — Uproxx

34. “Dumbo” (1941)

dumbo disney

DIsney

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 7.8/10

What critics stated: “It is not solely among the finest classic-era Disney options, but in addition among the finest animated movies from any studio at any time.” — AV Membership

33. “American Graffiti” (1973)

American Graffiti Harrison Ford

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 7.8/10

What critics stated: “This very good and singular movie catches not solely the appeal and tribal vitality of the teen-age Nineteen Fifties but in addition the listlessness and the resignation that underscored all of it like an incessant bass line in one of many rock-‘n’-roll songs of the interval.” — Time

32. “A Streetcar Named Want” (1951)

streetcar named desire marlon brando

Warner Bros.

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 8.5/10

What critics stated: “Streetcar is at all times a beautiful display drama and now, additionally, a examine in movie archaeology.” — Austin Chronicle

31. “Battleship Potemkin” (1926)

battleship potemkin

Kino

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 8.5/10

What critics stated: “If you’re in any respect within the historical past of cinema, or the affect of twentieth century politics on the medium, then this movie is a must-see, though over an hour of Soviet propaganda is more likely to check the persistence of recent viewers.” — BBC

30. “Psycho” (1960)

Psycho Paramount Pictures

Paramount Footage

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 9.1/10

What critic stated: “This can be a first-rate thriller thriller, stuffed with visible shocks and surprises that are heightened by the melodramatic realism of the manufacturing.” — Hollywood Reporter

29. “4 Months, 3 Weeks and a pair of Days” (2008)

4 months, 3 weeks

Bac Movies

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 8.0/10

What critics stated: “This slice of celluloid dynamite comes from Romania, and what you see will ground you.” — Rolling Stone

28. “Gone With The Wind” (1940)

gone with the wind

MGM

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 8.5/10

What critics stated: “The older it will get, and we with it, the extra we’re capable of see in it. As few American movies have, Gone With the Wind succeeds each as historic epic and as intimate drama.” — Los Angeles Occasions

27. “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Discovered to Cease Worrying and Love the Bomb” (1964)

Dr Strangelove Columbia Pictures

Columbia Footage

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 8.4/10

What critics stated: “Baleful and sensible, Dr. Strangelove; Or: How I Discovered to Cease Worrying and Love the Bomb, will outrage a predictable proportion of the inhabitants and enthrall a good higher proportion.” — Hollywood Reporter

26. “The Third Man” (1949)

the third man

London Movie Productions

Critic rating: 95/100

Consumer rating: 8.4/10

What critics stated: “The factor about Carol Reed’s 1949 The Third Man was that irrespective of what number of occasions I noticed it through the years its magic by no means failed. Its subtle, world-weary glamour by no means misplaced its attract.” — Newsweek

25. “My Left Foot” (1990)

daniel day lewis my left foot

Miramax

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 8.5/10

What critics stated: “That it incorporates a sensible efficiency by Daniel Day-Lewis and a advantageous supporting forged lifts it from mildly sentimental to wonderful.” — Selection

24. “The Wild Bunch” (1969)

wild bunch

Warner Bros.

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 8.1/10

What critics stated: “The exhausting motion, bracing wit and mournful grace of Peckinpah’s cowboy traditional shames each new film round. It is a towering achievement that grows extra riveting and resonant with the years.” — Rolling Stone

23. “Jules and Jim” (1962)

jules and jim

Criterion

Critic rating: 97/100

Consumer rating: 7.1/10

What critics stated: “The temper of the film displays the exuberance of youth and the knowledge of expertise. New Wave gold.” — Empire

22. “All About Eve” (1950)

all about eve

twentieth Century Fox

Critic rating: 98/100

Consumer rating: 8.7/10

What critics stated: “ALL ABOUT EVE is the consummate backstage story, a movie that holds a magnifying glass as much as theatrical environs and exposes all of the egos, tempers, conspiracies and backstage back-biting that make up the world of make-believe on Broadway.” — TV Information

21. “Rashomon” (1951)

rashomon

RKO

Critic rating: 98/100

Consumer rating: 8.6/10

What critics stated: “Each ingredient within the movie, from the dense thicket of forest branches to grasp cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa’s misleading framing and lighting design, is exactly calibrated to make the details harder to discern.” — AV Membership

20. “Hoop Goals” (1994)

Hoop Dreams

Critic rating: 98/100

Consumer rating: 8.1/10

What critics stated: “A movie like ‘Hoop Goals’ is what the flicks are for. It takes us, shakes us, and make us assume in new methods in regards to the world round us. It provides us the impression of getting touched life itself.” — Chicago Solar-Occasions

19. “North by Northwest” (1959)

north by northwest mgm

MGM

Critic rating: 98/100

Consumer rating: 8.2/10

What critics stated: “A elegant traditional.” — Guardian

18. “Some Like It Sizzling” (1959)

some like it hot marilyn monroe

United Artists

Critic rating: 98/100

Consumer rating: 8.3/10

What critics stated: “If Some Like It Sizzling is not the funniest film ever made, you may’t blame it for not attempting. The primary time you see Billy Wilder’s 1959 farce, you won’t consider that something could make you giggle so exhausting for therefore lengthy.” — Salon

17. “Pan’s Labyrinth” (2006)

pan's labyrinth

New Line Cinema

Critic rating: 98/100

Consumer rating: 8.7/10

What critics stated: “Actually and figuratively marvelous, a wealthy, daring mixture of fantasy and politics.” — Village Voice

16. “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre” (1948)

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Warner Bros.

Critic rating: 98/100

Consumer rating: 8.5/10

What critics stated: “Mr. Huston has formed a looking drama of the collision of civilization’s vicious greeds with the intuition for self-preservation in an setting the place all of the obstacles are down. And, by charting the moods of his prospectors after they’ve hit a vein of gold, he has accomplished an outstanding illumination of primary traits in males.” — New York Occasions

15. “The Girl Vanishes” (1938)

the lady vanishes

MGM

Critic rating: 96/100

Consumer rating: 7.9/10

What critics stated: “Martin Scorsese’s Imply Streets is a real authentic of our interval, a triumph of private filmmaking. It has its personal hallucinatory look; the charac­ters dwell within the darkness of bars, with lighting and colour simply this aspect of lurid.” — New Yorker

14. “Contact of Evil” (1958)

touch of evil

Common

Critic rating: 99/100

Consumer rating: 8.4/10

What critics stated: “A masterclass in stress, visible panache and B-movie extra.” — Time Out

13. “Pinocchio” (1940)

Pinocchio

Disney

Critic rating: 99/100

Consumer rating: 8.1/10

What critics stated: “Each ingredient in Pinocchio shimmers with the vitality of younger artists reveling of their newly found powers of creation.” — Los Angeles Occasions

12. “Intolerance” (1916)

intolerance

Triangle

Critic rating: 99/100

Consumer rating: 9.1/10

What critics stated: “The plunging and roving digicam gives visceral thrills; ecstatic particular results seize the sacred (the Crucifixion) and the profane (fight within the Nice Battle); a metaphysical framing system (starring Lillian Gish) raises human battle to common import; and Griffith’s trademark closeups lend a quivering lip or a trembling hand the tragic grandeur of historic cataclysm.” — New Yorker

11. “Moonlight” (2016)

moonlight A24

A24

Critic rating: 99/100

Consumer rating: 7.1/10

What critics stated: “Like Brokeback Mountain a decade in the past, Moonlight is a bit of artwork that may remodel lives lengthy after it leaves theaters.” — The Playlist

10. “Metropolis Lights” (1931)

city lights

United Artists

Critic rating: 99/100

Consumer rating: 9.0/10

What critics stated: “There’s dignity and folly to The Tramp in Metropolis Lights, and all the things in between.” — The Dissolve

9. “Singin’ In The Rain” (1952)

3singing in the rain

MGM

Critic rating: 99/100

Consumer rating: 8.8/10

What critics stated: “Escapism raised to the extent of artwork, Singin’ In The Rain inventively satirizes the illusions of the filmmaking course of whereas celebrating their life-affirming pleasure.” — AV Membership

8. “Infamous” (1946)

notorious

RKO

Critic rating: 100/100

Consumer rating: 8.0/10

What critics stated: “Love is a darkish, corroded obsession in Alfred Hitchcock’s Infamous, a black-velvet biocide brimming with notes of tabloid titillation, spy-versus-spy nonsense, and romance as rotten as a half-eaten Granny Smith unnoticed in the summertime solar.” — Slant

7. “Vertigo” (1958)

Vertigo_Universal

Common

Critic rating: 100/100

Consumer rating: 8.8/10

What critics stated: “The best sexual suspense drama ever made has come to be regarded by many Hitchcock admirers as his most achieved movie. It’s actually his most forlorn, and simply his most mesmerizing.” — San Francisco Chronicle

6. “Three Colours: Crimson” (1994)

three colors red

The Criterion Assortment

Critic rating: 100/100

Consumer rating: 8.8/10

What critics stated: “It’s a movie of a lot humanity and really removed from sensible European pap. However the exterior brilliance of its making does at occasions subvert its internal workings, as if its manufacture and its which means weren’t fairly in excellent concord.” — Guardian

5. “Boyhood” (2014)

Ethan Hawke Boyhood

“Boyhood”/Common

Critic rating: 100/100

Consumer rating: 7.6/10

What critics stated: “On uncommon events a film appears to channel the movement of actual life. Boyhood is a type of events. In its ambition, which is matched by its execution, Richard Linklater’s endearing epic shouldn’t be solely uncommon however distinctive.” — Wall Road Journal

4. “Casablanca” (1943)

Casablanca Warner Bros

Warner Bros.

Critic rating: 100/100

Consumer rating: 8.9/10

What critics stated: “The dialogue is so spare and cynical it has not grown old school. A lot of the emotional impact of Casablanca is achieved by indirection; as we go away the theater, we’re completely satisfied that the one factor preserving the world from going loopy is that the issues of three little folks do in spite of everything quantity to greater than a hill of beans.” — Chicago Solar-Occasions

3. “Rear Window” (1954)

rear window paramount final

Paramount

Critic rating: 100/100

Consumer rating: 8.8/10

What critics stated: “There’s by no means an prompt, the truth is, when Director Hitchcock shouldn’t be in minute and masterly management of his materials: script, digicam, slicing, props, the good-looking set constructed from his concepts, the celebs he has Hitched to his car.” — Time

2. “The Godfather” (1972)

marlon brando godfather

Critic rating: 100/100

Consumer rating: 9.2/10

What critics stated: “The Godfather traces the arc of this doomed idealism with a magnificence that’s nonetheless recent.” — LA Weekly

1. “Citizen Kane” (1941)

Citizen Kane

Critic rating: 100/100

Consumer rating: 8.5/10

What critics stated: “What’s magical about Kane — the sheer transformative thrill of invention — is there in each shot, each efficiency, each narrative surge.” — Leisure Weekly

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