Ranking the greatest movies of all time has proven to be very impossible because to IMDb‘s list of the finest movies of all time, which may be among the best of its kind. IMDB best movies are those that have gotten millions of ratings from fans. The top movies haven’t changed much throughout the years, despite the fact that the list is constantly updating. Among the top30 films of all time, 15 of them are listed here. Let’s consider this list as Part I. See you in the next section.

1. The Shawshank Redemption (1994)

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Director- Frank Darabont

Ratings- 9.3

Andy Dufresne is a bank merchant. He was found guilty of killing his wife and her boyfriend and was given a life sentence at Shawshank Prison. The quality of life appears to have declined. But happily, Andy makes friends with several of the other prisoners, particularly a figure who goes by the name Red. The message Andy leaves for everyone is that even if the body may be imprisoned in a cell, the spirit can never be truly imprisoned. Over time, Andy discovers ways to live out his life as comfortably as one may in a prison.

2. The Godfather (1972)

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Director- Francis Ford Coppola

Ratings- 9.8

Vito Corleone, known as “Don,” is the leader of the Corleone mafia family in New York. He is present for his daughter’s wedding celebration. Additionally present for the wedding is Michael, Vito’s youngest son and a decorated World War II Marine. Michael doesn’t appear to be eager to join the family business. Vito is a strong man who is kind to everyone who respects him but harsh toward those who do not. However, Vito declines to do so when a strong and cunning opponent wants to sell drugs. Also requires the Don’s support for it. What happens next is a collision between Vito’s waning traditional values and the modern ways. It could lead Michael to go against his better judgement and start a mob war with all the other mafia families, which could split the Corleone family.

3. The Dark Knight (2008)

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Director- Christopher Nolan

Ratings- 9.0

Batman, Lieutenant James Gordon, and District Attorney Harvey Dent have a plan to combat the mafia one year after the events of Batman Begins (2008) by detaining Lau, the mob’s corrupt accountant. Batman kidnaps Lau from his building and imprisons him. When Lau reveals the information, practically all of the mob bosses are imprisoned. The Joker, a violent madman with green hair, all-yellow teeth, and a tailored purple suit, is the man the desperate crime leaders turn to. In addition to trying to assassinate the Mayor and Harvey, the Joker also murders a judge and the police commissioner. Batman is forced to accept what may seem to be his greatest test to fight injustice and get closer to the thin line between hero and vigilante because The Joker’s actions cause disorder and turmoil among the citizens of Gotham.

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4. The Godfather: Part II (1974)

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Director- Francis Ford Coppola

Ratings- 9.0

The story of the Corleone family’s two subsequent generations of dominance is continued in the “Godfather” sequel. In Part II, Coppola depicts two stories: Michael’s climb to become the next Don and the beginnings of a young Don Vito, played with remarkable skill by Robert De Niro.

5. 12 Angry Men (1957)

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Director- Sidney Lumet

Rating- 9.0

Twelve jurors gets squish into a tiny jury chamber in New York City on a sweltering hot day, with the destiny of an impoverished 18-year-old man in their hands. They must reach a unanimous, clear-cut guilty judgement before the end of the session. One man, Juror #8, has a suspicion that there is a lot more going on than what is immediately apparent in what appears to be an obvious case of first-degree murder, and he has a legitimate doubt about the young defendant’s guilt. After all, a guy is not guilty unless it is shown that he is. 12 Angry Men is one of the IMDb best movies of all time.

6. Schindler’s List (1993)

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Director- Steven Spielberg

Ratings- 9.0

Oskar Schindler, a businessman, arrives in Krakow in 1939 with plans to profit from the conflict that has just begun. He largely joined the Nazi party for political reasons, and for similar political reasons, he hires Jewish workers for his factory. In order to keep his business running as the SS starts killing Jews in the Krakow ghetto, Schindler makes plans to protect his employees. However, he soon discovers that by doing this, he is also saving innocent lives.

7. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

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Director- Peter Jackson

Ratings- 9.0

Mordor’s orcs have taken control of Gondor, and Gandalf rides to Minas Tirith to help the humans in the coming conflict. To defeat evil, Aragorn must come to terms with his true status as the King of Men and his mission, and he must travel with Gimli and Legolas to call the Army of the Dead. As they continue their increasingly risky journey to Mount Doom, the only location where the One Ring can get permanently destroy, fear and distrust grow among Frodo, Sam, and Gollum.

8. Pulp Fiction (1994)

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Director- Quentin Tarantino

Ratings- 8.9

As the small-time criminals Honey Bunny and Pumpkin muster the nerve to rob their favourite L.A. café, the unpredictable tales of a well-dressed pair of low-level hitmen, a gangster’s statuesque moll, and a double-crossing prizefighter become inextricably entwined. The dark-suit shooters Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield are with a task with locating a glow-emitting leather briefcase that belongs to their boss, the formidable crime lord Marsellus. Instead, they wind up with a horrific mess. Fortunately, there is time to calm down in a lengthy twist match while Butch, the proud champion boxer, makes the choice of a lifetime because men like Mr. Wolf are always there to handle a crisis. Things will soon come full circle when Jules and Vincent find themselves in the same ideal dead-end circumstance—a dreary cafeteria—where it all started.

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9. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)

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Director- Peter Jackson

Ratings- 8.8

A long-lost antique ring has been discovered and, in a surprising turn of events, has been given to a young Hobbit named Frodo. Frodo must embark on a perilous journey to the Cracks of Doom after Gandalf learns that the Ring is actually the One Ring of the Dark Lord Sauron. He does not, however, travel alone. In addition to Merry, Pippin, and Samwise, the three Hobbit pals Gandalf, Legolas the elf, Gimli the dwarf, Aragorn, and Boromir also accompany him. The Fellowship of the Ring must traverse mountains, snow, darkness, forests, rivers, and plains while battling evil and peril at every turn. The only chance for the Dark Lord’s rule to cease is for them to succeed in their mission to destroy the One Ring.

10. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

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Director- Sergio Leone

Ratings- 8.8

Three guys start out in search of $200,000 worth of gold coins buried during the American Civil War. Blondie and Tuco have been acquaintances for a while, ever since Tuco began using the reward on his head to make money. Bill Carson, who is dying, tells them of a treasure buried in gold coins when they stumble upon him. He accidentally reveals Blondie the name of the grave where the gold is buried and Tuco the name of the cemetery. The two men now compete with one another for their survival, which is a wonderful thing. The gold cache is revealed to the third man, Angel Eyes, by a target of his hit-man contract. He just knows where to seek for Bill Carson. In the end, the three square off amid a significant conflict between Confederate and Union forces.

11. Forrest Gump (1994)

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Director-  Robert Zemeckis

Ratings- 8.8

A straightforward individual with a low IQ but excellent intentions, Forrest Gump is. He is playing with Jenny, his one and only buddy, as they navigate childhood. He is taught the fundamentals of life by his “mother,” who then hands him over to fate. Forrest enlists in the military and serves in Vietnam. He makes new pals named Dan and Bubba, gets medals, establishes a renowned shrimp fishing fleet, incites people to run, popularises ping-pong, invents the smiley, writes songs and bumper stickers, and sees the president multiple times. Forrest, however, is unconcerned with any of this because Jenny Curran, his childhood sweetheart, has ruined her life. However, in the end, what he seeks to demonstrate is the universality of love.

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12. Fight Club (1999)

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Director- David Fincher

Ratings- 8.8

An disgruntled insomniac looks for purpose in his boring and dysfunctional life by pretending to be a pathetic suffering during pointless late-night meetings in extremely addicting support groups for terminal illnesses. When Tyler Durden, an anarchist philosopher and travelling soap salesman, enters his life, the life of the bored white-collar worker is then changed forever as he reconnects with his inner self for the first time in a very long time. To his astonishment, the formerly depressed loner discovers that bare-knuckle fights in the Fight Club—an underground group of men who long to be free of the chains of a harsh modern life—allow him to experience pleasure through suffering.

13. Inception (2010)

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Director- Christopher Nolan

Ratings- 8.8

Dom Cobb is a criminal who possesses the extraordinary skill of penetrating people’s dreams and stealing their secrets from the unconscious. Despite costing him everything he values, his talent has made him a sought-after commodity in the realm of corporate espionage. When he is given the seemingly impossible task of planting an idea in someone’s head, Cobb is given a second chance at atonement. The ideal crime will be committed if he is successful, but a dangerous foe is watching Cobb’s every move.

14. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

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Director- Peter Jackson

Ratings- 8.8

The power of Sauron grows. His allies expand. In a more spookier guise, the Ringwraiths reappear. Aragorn and the Rohanid populace will soon be attacked by Saruman’s army of Uruk-hai. Boromir is now deceased, and the Fellowship is no longer. Frodo and Sam continue into Mordor undefended in search of what little hope is still left. In addition to defending Rohan and attacking Isengard, Aragorn, Gimli, Legolas, Pippin, and Merry gain a number of new allies. While all of this is happening, Sauron’s forces are advancing on Gondor because the War of the Ring is about to start.

15. Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

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Director- Irvin Kershner

Ratings- 8.7

Luke Skywalker journeys to the marsh planet of Dagobah where he is educated in the ways of the Force by the renowned Jedi Master Yoda after having a vision from Obi-wan Kenobi and escaping the ice world of Hoth with his allies in the wake of an Imperial onslaught. A shady gambler named Lando Calrissian, an old acquaintance of Han Solo’s, welcomes Princess Leia and him to the planet Bespin in the meanwhile. Shortly after they arrive, the Empire ambushes them, and Darth Vader locks up Han and his companions. In order to save his comrades, Luke leaves Dagobah. Vader meets him there and makes an unexpected discovery.

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