'Into the Wild' (2007) — #222

Christopher McCandless, a college student who made the decision to live alone in the wilderness without any possessions, is the subject of the true story told in Into the Wild.

'Into the Wild' (2007) — #222

Jai Bhim, a legal drama about a lawyer who agrees to assist a rural labourer wrongfully imprisoned by proving his innocence in court, is a recent entry to the IMDb Top 250. It was released in 2021.

'The Sound of Music' (1965) — #242

The 1950s and 1960s produced so many timeless musicals that these years could be regarded as the peak of the genre.

'Gone With the Wind' (1939) — #158

Within the history of the form, Gone With the Wind is a significant movie. When adjusted for inflation, it remains the most successful movie of all time. It was the biggest movie of its era.

'Spotlight' (2015) — #217

The film Spotlight tells the remarkable true tale of a group of Boston Globe reporters who risked their careers to reveal the scope of the child abuse scandal within the Catholic Church in both America and, ultimately, around the world.

'Shutter Island' (2010) — #147

Despite not being one of Martin Scorsese's best films, Shutter Island has earned a spot on the IMDb Top 250, coming in at a respectable #147.

'Green Book' (2018) — #132

Green Book is a movie that's at best average but seemed to garner a lot of praise for handling a delicate subject in a way that felt a little too sanitised and clean. It is one of the least impressive Best Picture winners in recent memory.

'Batman Begins' (2005) — #126

Batman Begins hasn't had the best relationship with time. What was once thought to be an incredible origin story for one of the most well-known comic book characters ever feels now a little overwrought and hollow.

'The Sting' (1973) — #108

The Sting attempted to profit on Robert Redford and Paul Newman's hit film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid from 1969, which ultimately succeeded.

'The Help' (2011) — #249

In the 1960s, as the Civil Rights Movement was getting started, a young woman (Emma Stone) tries to write a book from the perspective of African-American maids.