It is very tough the list of the 100 greatest hollywood movies since i found many movies among the best classics to be overrated and underrated as well, but instead let me list few movies which i found to be the best from Hollywood.
1.Fight Club :
Featuring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt this is a very good Suspense Thriller Movie)
2. The Departed :
Featuring DiCaprio,Matt Damon,and Mark Wahlberg this is a best thriller crime film. This movie is Directed By Martin Scorsese
3. Prestige :
This is a movie by Nolan. This movie is a best suspense thriller featuring Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale
4. Shutter Island :
Another Martin Scorsese movie featuring Leonardo it is also one of the best suspense thriller
5. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri(nominated for multiple academy awards in 2018)
6. The Godfather :
This Movie is considered as one of the best Hollywood Movies)
7. Shawshank Redemption: no. 1 movie in IMDb’s best movies
8. Blade Runner (1982) (best Sci Fi Movie considered): FeaturingHarrison Ford as The Protagonist this movie is about replicants who are just like human.
9. Blade Runner 2049(best sequel considerd): sequel of the 1982 blade runner this features Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.
10. Curious Case Of Benjamin Button: Featuring Brad Pitt this movie is about a person whose name is Benjamin.
11. Pirates of the Caribbean (Including All Parts):- Everyone know the genre of Jack Sparrow too much fun and catchy, the dialogues were too good in Hindi.
12. Central Intelligence, Kevin Heart And The Rock (Dwayne Johnson):- Whoever Dubbed this movie for both of them was just damn funny.
13. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle:- It was hilarious to watch and entertaining to watch. The casting choices were brilliant , both the adults and mainly the real-life teens.
14. The Hangover:- “The Hangover” is a funny movie, flat out, all the way through. Its setup is funny. Every situation is funny. Most of the dialogue is funny almost line by line. Specially of Alan(Zach Galifianakis) & Mr. Chow(Ken Jeong)
15. Ride Along:- Once again the voice of Kevin Heart and Ice Cude was damn good in Hindi.
16. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol:- One of my favorite movie of all time Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) the perfect character with the perfect Hindi Dubbed voice.
17. The Dark Knight (2008)
When the menace known as the Joker emerges from his mysterious past, he wreaks havoc and chaos on the people of Gotham, the Dark Knight must accept one of the greatest psychological and physical tests of his ability to fight injustice. (152 mins.)
18. The Godfather (1972)
The aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son. (175 mins.)
19. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
Gandalf and Aragorn lead the World of Men against Sauron’s army to draw his gaze from Frodo and Sam as they approach Mount Doom with the One Ring. (201 mins.)
20. Inception (2010)
A thief, who steals corporate secrets through use of dream-sharing technology, is given the inverse task of planting an idea into the mind of a CEO. (148 mins.)
21. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001)
A meek Hobbit from the Shire and eight companions set out on a journey to destroy the powerful One Ring and save Middle Earth from the Dark Lord Sauron. (178 mins.)
22. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
Eight years after the Joker’s reign of anarchy, the Dark Knight, with the help of the enigmatic Selina, is forced from his imposed exile to save Gotham City, now on the edge of total annihilation, from the brutal guerrilla terrorist Bane. (164 mins.)
23. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
While Frodo and Sam edge closer to Mordor with the help of the shifty Gollum, the divided fellowship makes a stand against Sauron’s new ally, Saruman, and his hordes of Isengard. (179 mins.)
24. Forrest Gump (1994)
While not intelligent, Forrest Gump has accidentally been present at many historic moments, but his true love, Jenny Curran, eludes him. (142 mins.)
25. The Godfather: Part II (1974)
The early life and career of Vito Corleone in 1920s New York is portrayed while his son, Michael, expands and tightens his grip on the family crime syndicate. (202 mins.)
26. Messenger Boy:
Are the stories true? They say your mother was an immortal godess. They say you can’t be killed.
I wouldn’t be bothering with the shield then, would I?
27. Messenger Boy:
The Thesselonian you’re fighting… he’s the biggest man i’ve ever seen. I wouldn’t want to fight him.
Thats why no-one will remember your name.
In 1999, “Monsoon” was released, displaying the hottest intimate scenes you could have ever watched between a fragile girl and a tough man. This R-rated romantic drama was written and directed by Jag Madhura having the running time of 1 hour and 36 minutes. Starring Helen Brodie, Jenny McShane, Richard Tyson and Doug Jeffrey, it consists of forceful lovemaking and candlelight bed scenes which will turn you on simultaneously while watching. The nude body of the girl wrapped up with the tough muscular body of the gentleman is something we can watch day and night.
30. Love Crimes
The connection of sex and crime has always been captivating for the viewers. This is the reason why “Love Crimes” can be seen on the 2nd number in this list. It is the result of great efforts made by the director Lizzie Borden, and the cast including Patrick Bergin, Arnetia Walker, Sean Young and James Read. Released on 24th January 1992, this film has left an everlasting impact on the minds of the viewers and its fame crossed the national borders. Due to high demand, it was dubbed in different languages including Hindi so that it can be watched in India, Pakistan and other countries where Hindi and Urdu are being spoken and understood.
The extremely seductive poster of the movie is enough to give you an idea about the content and theme. The thrill at its peak and non-stop romance, the 1996’s “Playback” is one of a kind that shows the happenings in the married life of a couple, both being professionals. 18 years have passed, but the magic and obsession with this movie haven’t reduced yet. There is something special in it that can only be felt but not expressed. It is one of the best weekend movies to watch with your loved ones. Director by Oley Sassone.
32 . Mummys Island
Starring Pemanee Sungkorn, Charlie Trairat, Sorachai Sang-aakaat and Suchao Pongwilai, this epic film is originally known as “Legend of Sudsakorn”. The film is one of the fascinating things people could have ever watched as it has a different genre of thrill with some animations. Movies like Mummys Island are something we can’t get tired of watching. The actors have acted tremendously and director has taken every step to make it a hit and they succeeded in doing so.
33. The Mummy’s Kiss
Not every author has the ability to write something that creates history, but hats off to Donald F. Glut whose film has still been mentioned among the remarkable adult movies. The movie was firstly presented on 14th January 2003. Romance and horror always have a great combination and when it comes to a historical theme, the interest to watch it gets doubled. It is the story of an ancient witch who belonged to Egypt. Although, we must be thinking about the mismatch between the title and the theme but gradually after watching it, you will come to know that the title is the best fit for it.
34. Huntress: Spirit of the Night
Erotic horror is always appealing to the audience. “Huntress: Spirit of the Night” is one of the films that will mesmerize you with its hypnotizing scenes. Released on 10thDecember 1996, this one-hour 26-minute movie will let you experience hottest moments you could have ever watched in your entire life. Directed by Mark S. Manos, this unforgettable evergreen film always makes the lovebirds feel nostalgic and they remember the times they were together on the couch, cuddling each other and enjoying it.
35. Wild Orchid
Zalman King’s great efforts came out on 22ndDecember 1989 in the form of an R-rated movie “Wild Orchid”. It contains lots of sexy moments in a way that you haven’t seen before. Check out how an independent woman surrenders herself emotionally and sexually to a man she is obsessed with. Made with a budget of $7 million, the film did a business of $11,060,485 at the box office. It received more appreciation in the European nations than in the US. It was dubbed in Hindi as well to expand the exposure.
36. Eyes of the Serpent
Starring David Michael Sterling, Lenore Andriel, Chuck Mavich and Diana Frank, “Eyes of the Serpent” revolves around the lives of two girls with some goals in life. While achieving them, they will be facing certain phases and will also encounter certain sexual intercourses. It is always pleasing to watch romance in fantasy movies and when it is accompanied with violence, the pleasure is doubled. Since decades, it has been admired by the viewers and famous among the fans. The steamy chemistry between the lovebirds will turn you on.
Directed by Joe D’Amato, “Provocation” is a film about the passion and sexual interest of a woman for a man other than her rude husband. It was primarily exposed on 15th November 1996. Presenting the bold and good looking artists including Gianni Dmartiis, Antonio Ascani, and other talented actors, this superb creation was initiated by John Seller, the writer. The audience praised the movie and admired the explicit scenes because they were turned on while seeing the beautiful naked bodies wrapped up into each other.
Released on 29th January 1995 in the United States of America, “Erotique” is an erotic journey of four ladies with different stories. Starring Sunshine Bainbridge, Michael Carr, Kayla Allen, Priscilla Barnes and other talented performers, this film has different names in various countries including Argentina, Germany, South Korea and others. Created by 4 filmmakers, this masterpiece is one of those that are being watched worldwide and is therefore dubbed into various languages including Hindi. The plot, the screenplay and the acting of the cast have taken it to a level where it very difficult for any other movie to reach.
39. Schindler’s list
40. Shawshank Redemption
41. The Shining
42. Silence of the lambs
43. Life is beautiful
44. It is wonderful life
45. Rosemarys baby
47. Pursuit of happiness
48. The pianist
49. The boy in the striped pyjamas
51. Peaceful warrior
52. Saving private ryan
53. Blood Diamond
55. Ice Age series
56. Wall E
57. Kung fu Panda
58. Man without face
59. The Passion of the Christ
62. Into the wild
64. Requiem of a dream
66. The Green Mile
67. Cast Away
68. Finding Nemo
69. THE GODFATHER –
The Godfather came into this world, in the form of Mario Puzo‘s novel, as pulp. In a feat of creative alchemy arguably unsurpassed before or since, Coppola and his collaborators turned the Mafia melodrama into popular art that satisfies on every possible level — as a family drama, a crime saga, a visual and musical ravishment and an impeccable evocation of a historical period.
70. THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION –
THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION Of all the adaptations of Stephen King stories — and they are legion because he is the most-adapted living writer — this is the only one to make the list.All that Shawshank love apparently came after the film’s unexceptional theatrical release, when it began popping up on cable TV nearly as regularly as Geico commercials. In 2013, 151 hours of basic cable time was devoted to airing the 142-minute movie. That’s about six days of watching Robbins try to escape from prison.
71. SCHINDLER’S LIST –
The most shocking thing about this emotionally wrenching black-and-white drama isn’t that it’s about an act of heartbreaking kindness during the Holocaust; it’s that Spielberg released it only months after his other big hit of 1993, the one with the dinosaurs. Unlike Jurassic Park, this film took home seven Oscars, including best director and best picture (the first black-and-white movie to win that statuette since 1960’s The Apartment).
72. FORREST GUMP –
The mind-blowing CGI — from the floating feather to removing Sinise’s legs — helped put Gump over the top in one of the most competitive best picture races in memory. The Shawshank Redemption (No. 4) and Pulp Fiction (No. 5) also were nominated that year.
73. TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD –
More than 50 years later, this is still a pitch-perfect portrait of race and rural America during the Great Depression. No wonder it’s Superman’s favorite movie (according to Clark Kent’s Wikipedia page, at any rate).
74. THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS –
The only horror film ever to win best picture. It also won best director, adapted screenplay, actress and actor (for Hopkins’ 25-minute turn, the second-shortest performance to win that trophy behind Peter Finch‘s in Network).
75. THE BREAKFAST CLUB –
More proof that men and women are different: Hughes’ after-school detention drama was the ninth-most-popular film for female respondents, but 75th for males.
76. TOY STORY –
Each CGI frame took from four to 13 hours to render, nearly as long as the last iPhone update.
77. THE MATRIX –
A virtual-reality prison. Sentient computer programs. Downloadable abilities. Bullet-time. Whoa. No wonder it was the first DVD to sell a million copies.
78. TITANIC –
Both were the biggest of their day (882 feet for the vessel; $200 million for the film). But the boat sank, while the film went on to become the second-largest grosser in history.
79. SAVING PRIVATE RYAN –
Spielberg used real amputees wearing prosthetics to simulate soldiers losing their limbs during the opening Omaha Beach battle scene.
70. THE DARK KNIGHT –
Ledger took the Joker very seriously, even applying his own face paint before each shot.
71. AVATAR –
It’s the highest grosser of all time, which explains the three sequels that will start rolling out in December 2016.
72. WALL-E –
The most engaging silent movie since Chaplin left the screen: There’s no “human” dialogue for the first 40 minutes.
73. THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING –
There were many failed attempts at a live-action adaptation of LOTR, dating back to the 1960s, when The Beatles asked Stanley Kubrick to direct a version for them to star in.
74. INCEPTION –
Nolan himself is a lucid dreamer, which he has said inspired much of the film.
75. SEVEN –
The studio wasn’t thrilled with the “head in a box” ending, but Pitt and Freeman refused to promote the film if it got changed.
76. SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE –
It nearly went straight to DVD but ended up sweeping the Oscars after Fox Searchlight gave it a theatrical release.
77. MEMENTO –
Nolan reportedly was going to cast Alec Baldwin in Guy Pearce‘s part, but he must have forgotten.
78. INTERSTELLAR –
The film features a crew of astronauts who travel through a wormhole in search of a new home for humanity.
79. THE DARK KNIGHT RISES –
The film introduces Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway), a sly, morally ambiguous cat burglar, and Bane (Tom Hardy), a revolutionary bent on destroying Gotham City who forces an older Bruce Wayne to come out of retirement and become Batman again.
80. THE IMITATION GAME –
It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as real life Britishcryptanalyst Alan Turing, who decrypted German intelligence codes for the British government during World War II.
81. La La Land:
This year winner of the Oscar, “LA LA LAND” definitely be the best; winning various awards in different categories.
The everlasting love story in the middle of the sea in a huge beautiful ship is what makes this film the best. Directed by Cameron in 1997, this movie does deserve a spot in TOP 10.
83. Forrest Gump:
This is just another unforgettable Oscar winner film that everyone loved. Showing the perfect balance between comedy and drama & serious and funny, this movie deserves a place.
Directed by Steven Spielberg in 1975, this giant shark let everyone scream in their seats. This movie is still considered as the best thrilling film that will last forever.
85. Life of Pi:
There is no surprise that Ang Lee’s this creation also wins everyone’s, heart. The unique story line of this film of a young man who survives a disaster at sea makes this film extraordinary.
86. Slumdog Millionaire:
This movie sweeps eight Oscars at the 81st Academy Awards including Best Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Sound Mixing, and much more. This film is based on an Indian story.
87. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon:
Reflecting the Chinese culture and kungfu in a proper way, “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” is absolutely the solid choice. Directed by Ang Lee in 2000, this film won Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and 3 Academy Awards too.
88. Finding Nemo:
Filled with mystery, adventure, affection, friendship, this 3D animated movie succeeded to win the heart of everyone.
89. Saving Private Ryan:
This movie surely deserve a place on this list. It’s powerful, touching; dramatic tale of the survival of eight men in a battle is just beyond imagination.
90 Shawshank Redemption-
This movie has no match in its genre , as it shows how simple wits can help you in escaping any kind of problem, be that a highly secured prison also.
91. Inception- I had to literally watch this movie thrice in order to understand it. Each and every scene is important and the suspense remained intact till the end.
92. Forrest Gump- The first Tom Hanks which I watched and made me his fan ever since.
93. Shutter Island- The suspense in the movie, where Edward Daniels turned out to be the 67th patient and the superb acting by DiCaprio just added this movie to my top 10 list.
94. Lord of The Rings: Return Of the King- The final battle against Sauron, its cast, graphics are some of the factors which led this movie win 10 academy awards.
95. Now You See Me- 4 con artists in the form of magicians, guided by the person who was assigned to arrest them and Morgan Freeman being used as a puppet in the entire process- this entire concept made me love this movie.
96. Cast Away- Another Tom Hanks movie, which really proves the statement of Survival of the Fittest.
97. Don’t breathe- Not that well-known, but this thriller story of the survival of a female small-time thief when all her partners were killed by a blind man, is an interesting plot.
98 . Da Vinci Code- Probably one of the movies, which is at par to its original novel.
99. Perks of being a wallflower- A beautiful story and being added in this list, just because I loved the novel also
100. Blade Runner (1982)
Deckard (Harrison Ford) is forced by the chief of police (M. Emmet Walsh) to continue his old job as Replicant Hunter. Its mission: to eliminate four Replicators escaped from the colonies that have returned to Earth. Before starting work, Deckard goes to the Tyrell Corporation and meets Rachel (Sean Young), a Replicant girl he falls in love with.