Note: The ranking of the movies! was made from the lowest score to the highest score according to their IMDb scores.
50. Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom “Mandela: The Long Road to Freedom” (2013)
49. The Platform”Platform” (2019)
The Platform takes place in a vertically positioned prison. In the prison, where there are two prisoners in each cell, food is sent downstairs only once a day. While the prisoners upstairs struggle to get to the food, the inmates downstairs try to cope with hunger by getting wilder every day. One day, Goreng, who wakes up on the 33rd floor of the prison, embarks on a tough struggle to reach food with Trimagasi, who knows the prison’s rules well.
48. Snowpiercer “Snowpiercer” (2013)
An experiment that fails in the future will result in a catastrophic event and a global warming that drastically ends life on earth. A train rotating with uninterrupted force around the earth will be the last refuge of survivors. But in this new world where life barely lives, class differences are still the biggest weapon… The cast of the “post-apocalyptic” movie directed by Korean filmmaker Joon-ho Bong is Chris Evans, Jamie Bell, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt, Ed Harris and Star names like Octavia Spencer are forming.
47.Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (2001)
46. The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind “The Boy Who Breeds the Wind” (2019)
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind tells the story of a 13-year-old boy who was expelled from school due to financial difficulties. William Kamkwamba is a 13-year-old boy living in Malavili. A smart boy, William is expelled from his beloved school due to financial difficulties in his family. But this does not prevent William from working. William starts going to the school library at night without anyone knowing. Working in the library for hours, William finds great success after a while. At the end of his studies, William uses parts of an old bicycle that belonged to his father to build a wind generator. This success will not only change his and his family’s life, but also save the village from misery.
Chiwetel Ejiofor is the director of the movie, which is based on the best-selling book of the same name by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer. The film, in which Maxwell Simba gave life to the 13-year-old child, includes names such as Chiwetel Ejiofor, Aïssa Maïga, Joseph Marcell, Noma Dumezweni, Lemogang Tsipa.
45. The Book Thief “The Book Thief” (2013)
Liesel Meminger became the spiritual daughter of a family in Germany during the Second World War when she was nine years old. Liesel, who learned and loved to read thanks to her beloved family and refugee Max, who stayed in their home, establishes a deep bond with books. For Max and the brave Liesel, the only way to get away from all the evil in the world around them is the fantasy world that books and words offer to both. But Max, the Jew, who is hiding in the basement , is always on thorn.
44. The Butterfly Effect “The Butterfly Effect” (2004)
43. Zodiac (2007)
In San Francisco, a serial killer taunts the police with letters and cryptic messages . Detectives, newspaper reporters, the four people who swore to catch this killer are the main characters of the film. The four obsessed men, following the footsteps of the killer, unfortunately are actually shaped to follow the killer’s footsteps. When this killer appears again after years of absence, it will become a nightmare not only for the people he killed, but for the whole city. David Fincher, who has gained a solid place in the thriller field with films such as Seven, Game and Fight Club, successfully conveys the known story to the screen.
42. Avatar (2009)
42. Mr. Nobody “Mr. Nobody” (2009)
Indiewire describes the Belgian director’s most costly film to date as “both a science fiction, a romance and a Lynch-like mind game.” Mr.Nobody mentioned in the title is a 117-year-old man named Némo, who was the last mortal in the world in 2092. Dying, Némo remembers standing on a platform when he was a young boy. The train is about to leave. Should he go with his mother or stay with his father? This decision will open up an infinite number of possibilities, and many planets, two deaths, and women to be loved… Jaco van Dormael’s third feature film, in his own words, is “a truly high-budget experimental film about the infinite possibilities everyone can face”.
41. Poetry (2010)
Faced with the discovery of a heinous family crime in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, a woman finds new strength and purpose when enrolling in a poetry class.
40. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas” (2008)
II. The story of two children trying to be friends in the dark days of World War II. 8-year-old Bruno leaves Berlin with his family and starts living in Poland. He also makes a friend in this place where they move for his father’s job. His friend is a Jew behind wires. Bruno’s hometown is adjacent to the Auschwitz concentration and extermination camp, where 1.5 million Jews were killed. Worried that her son will learn the truth about what happened behind the wires, Bruno’s mother tries to protect her son from this “friendship”. Adapted from John Boyne’s novel of the same name, which received worldwide criticism, the film remembers the painful memory of history through the eyes of a little boy, and elegantly reflects the innocence and the horrors of humanity to the screen.
39. Pride & Prejudice “Pride and Prejudice” (2005)
Film Based on Jane Austen’s novel about the five sisters, Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Kitty and Lydia Bennet. The story takes place in Georgian England. The family’s life is turned upside down by the neighbor arrival of Mr. Bingley, a wealthy young man, and his best friend, Mr. Darcy. Mrs. Bennet, the mother of the girls, wants them to get married. He is convinced that Mr. Bingley is a good candidate. This candidate will be impressed by Jane. Realizing this, their mother sends her daughter to Bingley’s mansion on a rainy day. Unable to return, Jane also falls ill. This time, Elizabeth, who goes to help her, also gets caught up in Mr. Although Elizabeth likes this situation, she will be greatly impressed by the main Mr. Wickham. The concept of courage is brought to the fore when Lydia gets involved in a reckless manner. Your pride,
38. The Notebook “Notepad” (2004)
The old man, who lives in a nursing home for the elderly and is called ‘Duke’ by the people around him , begins to read a love story written in his yellow notebook . The story begins in the year 1940. A 17-year-old girl named Allie Hamilton comes to Seabrook Island in South Carolina. Allie, who is on vacation with her family, begins to get closer to a young man named Noah who lives here. Despite the class and economic differences between them, they do not prevent their feeling for each other, they start living to their fullest. However, the separation that awaits them is about to come with the escalation of the Second World War. The movie that we watch talented actors such as Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams in the lead roles is one of the movies that brings together war and drama.
37. Titanic “Titanic” (1997)
One of the disasters the world does not want to remember, “Titanic disaster” is a magnificent film directed by James Cameron, the director of giant productions .
At a time when technology is advancing at full speed, people have begun to believe that there is no problem they cannot overcome. The giant transatlantic named “Titanic” is like a show of humanity against nature. Among the passengers of this “Dreams Ship” are a young painter named Jack, who is returning to America after a few years in Europe, and a young girl named Rose, who is traveling to Philadelphia with her fiancee and mother. The two young people will meet by chance and will get closer to each other regardless of the class difference between them. Meanwhile, nature is planning to put an end to the increasing arrogance of human beings. Four and a half days after his departure, on April 10, 1912, Titanic would crash into the iceberg, which would trigger tragic events that lasted two hours and forty minutes and ended when it was submerged. He won 11 awards, including the movie.
36. Edward Scissorhands “Scissor Hands” (1990)
35. Life of Pi “Life of Pi” (2012)
A cargo ship traveling from India to Canada tragically sinks with almost all living creatures on it. A lifeboat lifeboat is left alone in the middle of the vast wilderness of the Pacific Ocean. The crew of the boat who managed to survive are a hyena, a zebra with broken legs, an orangutan, a three-hundred-pound Bengal tiger named Richard Parker and a 16-year-old Indian named Pi.It consists of a child. Pi’s family, who ran a zoo and started migrating with their animals, lost their lives on the sinking ship. Pi fights for survival with the animals next to him in a weak boat in this ocean where there seems to be no salvation, and with his keen intelligence and knowledge of zoology, he does not fall victim to the food chain. But now he is left alone with the Bengal Tiger on the boat. He finds ways to get along with the animal and get close in order not to be a prey to the giant tiger. The extraordinary journey will arrive on a magical island before it ends. The cast of the film, which presents an extraordinary story under the direction of Oscar-winning filmmaker Ang Lee, is quite colorful. Suraj Sharma, who has no previous acting experience, portrays Pi, and also Tobey Maguire, Irrfan Khan and Adil Hussain are starring.
34. The Man from Earth “Earthling” (2007)
John Oldman decides to quit his job as a history professor at a university and move elsewhere. Fellow professors, who came to his house to say goodbye, wonders why John was moving. Deciding to keep his mystery over the curious questions of his friends, John explains why he moved in: he is an immortal who has lived for nearly 14,000 years and never ages. His claim will be questioned by his friends, and they will all alternate between the possibility that John is mad or testing themselves or, at worst, telling the truth. With a low budget and shot in a single location, Dünyalı is a different sci- fi fiction that pushes the audience to think and question throughout the film and does not need any special effects.
33. Big Fish “Big Fish” (2003)
32.Cinderella Man (2005)
31. Her “Love” (2013)
Theodore Twombly earns his living by writing handwritten letters that have turned into something rare in the near future. And in these years, computer programs are now fulfilling the work of people. After divorcing his wife, Theodore starts living alone in an apartment, and one day his life changes with a tech ad he encounters. A new operating system offering a flawless artificial intelligence program introduces her to Samantha, an extremely attractive woman. Samantha, who is a virtual being and consists of only a voice, introduces Theodore to a completely different reality with the questions she asks about the world and life. In a severe depression, Theodore slowly begins to notice the joys of life, and his relationship with the artificial intelligence program becomes more and more bizarre. 1999 ‘ The latest feature film of the versatile filmmaker Spike Jonze, who received an Oscar nomination for Being John Malkovich, brings to the screen the drama and comedy story of a writer who suffers from loneliness and creativity. The film stars Joaquin Phoenix, while Scarlett Johansson brings the mysterious computer application to life with her voice.
30. The Martian “The Martian” (2015)
29. Slumdog Millionaire “Millionaire” (2008)
28. My name is Khan “My Name is Khan” (2010)
27. Persepolis (2007)
The year is 1970 Iran . Marjane Statrapi watches with young eyes what is happening in the Iranian regime. After all the things that have been written and drawn until now, the different taste of looking through a little girl’s window is reflected on the screen. Marjane’s family is very happy about the fall of the Shah’s power. New hopes have now blossomed in terms of economic and social living standards. Iranians who think that they will have a democratic management approach after all these difficult times will be disappointed. Now is the time for the mullahs. Persepolis, which depicts these dark periods through Marjane’s window, is described as a comic book masterpiece.
26. Gone with the Wind “Gone with the Wind” (1993)
25. Memories of Murder “Murder Diary” (2003)
24. A Beautiful Mind “Mind Games” (2001)
23. The Miracle in the 7th Ward (2019)
Mehmet sheepcu, briefly Memo, is a mentally handicapped person. She lives in a town in Muğla with her daughter Ova and her grandmother Fatma Nine. Memo supports his family by being a shepherd. On April 23, the strict management commander of the region is having a picnic in the forest with his family. While Memo grazes the sheep there, the children see him and start playing with him. Then they all go back to dinner. While playing catching with the commander’s little daughter Memo, she falls from the rocks she climbed and falls into the sea after her head hits the rock. Memo takes him out by jumping into the sea, but the girl is dead. Commander who dies in the arms of his daughter Memo Memo thinks killed his daughter and his death asks to be. Tortured and abused, Memo is taken to court and sentenced to death. His friends and family know that Memo is not guilty, and they look for ways to save him.
22. V for Vendetta (2005)
A future British tyrant, a shadowy freedom fighter known only by the nickname “V”, plans to overthrow him with the help of a young woman.
21. Braveheart “Brave Heart” (1995)
On Braverow, William Wallace returns to his hometown of Scotland after great suffering. His main goal is to lead a quiet life by farming. When she meets her childhood sweetheart, she is unaware that it will push her into an abyss. One day, British soldiers try to rape William’s childhood sweetheart, Murron . William saves him; However, this will cause Murron’s death and the change of an era. Mel Gibson’s film, which both portrayed and directed the famous Scottish folk hero William Wallace, soon turned into a phenomenon.
20. Children of Heaven “Children of Heaven” (1997)
19. A Clockwork Orange “A Clockwork Orange” (1972)
A Clockwork Orange paints the picture of an empire of fear by processing the horror and fear that a gang of violent teenagers spreads around them. The leader of the gang, Alex is caught and detained when things get out of hand. But he is not jailed; his punishment would be to be used as a guinea pig for an experiment of violence. This experiment aims to reveal the relationship between human beings and the concept of violence, but the experiment itself is just as contrary to human nature.
18. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind “Erase All Over” (2004)
17.3 Idiots “3 Idiots” (2009)
16. Memento “Mind Book” (2000)
The Mind Book is about a man with short-term amnesia trying to find those who killed his wife. Leonard Shelby is someone who stays in cheap hotel rooms and uses cash only. Dressed in stylish clothes and drives a Jaguar car, Leonard looks like a businessman from the outside. But in fact, he is someone who devotes his life to find the person who raped and killed his wife . Unfortunately Leonard has a serious handicap in this way, a very rare and incurable type of memory loss he suffers. Although he can remember the periods of his life before the ‘accident’, sometimes he even forgets where he went and where he was 15 minutes ago.
15.The Great Dictator (1940)
14. WALL · E “Vol.i” (2008)
Vol.i takes place in the future far from the present. In the movie, human beings have left Earth to live on another planet due to excessive pollution. A cute robot, Vol.i, is tasked with clearing the world surrounded by trash. The loneliness of the lonely Vol.i, who creates a new world for himself from the garbage left by man, ends with the arrival of Eve , another robot. The touching relationship that sprouts between two cute robots tries to resist and survive despite all the difficulties. While making important comments about the consumption frenzy and the harm that the human species inflicts on the natural environment in which they live, the film draws the humanity of the future in a profile that has become a prisoner of technology and is exhausted by laziness. Oscar-winning Vol.i cinema from Pixar studios In addition to being one of the most important animations in its history, it is regarded as an important science fiction movie.
13. Léon (1994)
The Power of Love tells the story of an innocent girl and a killer. They have nothing to lose but each other. The man is killing without feeling. Only a 12-year-old girl knows her weakness, and Mathilda, who lives in New York at the age of 12, shares an unpleasant life with her step family. Her father is hiding drugs for the corrupt police who play bilaterally . The only thing keeping Mathilda from running away is her younger brother. One day, Mathilda, while shopping when her entire family is murdered, luckily survives and saves herself by hiding in Léon’s apartment when she needs it most.
12. Intouchables (2011)
11. “The Pianist” (2002)
The pianist is about a true drama set during the Second World War. Adapted to the cinema from the book of the same name in which the famous Polish pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman recounts his memoirs, the film focuses on the survival of the famous pianist in the outskirts of Warsaw, who somehow escaped from going to a prison camp at a time when life in Nazi-occupied Poland was made impossible. Leading a truly miserable life in the suburbs, the musician will fight heroically with the other people, even though he is subjected to famine and humiliation. When the day comes and gets the chance to escape, he will take refuge in the ruins of the capital and regain hope with an unexpected help. FilmIt is also one of the most powerful works of Adrien Brody’s filmography, which received an Oscar for Best Actor.
10. “Prestige” (2006)
Prestige tells the story of two wizards trying to overpower each other. In London in the late 19th century, Robert Angier, his beloved wife Julia McCullough and Alfred Borden were friends and assistants to a magician. When Julia dies during a demonstration, Robert blames Alfred for her death and they become enemies of each other. Over time, they both become famous and turn into rival magicians, attempting to sabotage each other’s performance on stage. When Alfred successfully cheats, Robert becomes obsessed with unraveling his opponent’s secret, and tragic events follow one another.
9. “Interstellar” (2014)
In Interstellar, with a high level of technical knowledge and skills, Cooper makes a living by farming in vast corn fields; Its aim is to provide a safe life for its two children. Grandpa Donald, who lives with them, takes care of the children, while his 10-year-old daughter Murph has a surprising intelligence. Missing the career of the scientist he left behind in the past, Cooper is faced with an unexpected proposal one day, and he must make a tough decision for the safety of his family and, moreover, humanity. Written and directed by Christopher Nolan with Jonathan Nolan, the film features stars such as Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Matt Damon, Bill Irwin, John Lithgow and Michael Caine. Science The screenplay of the film, which includes dramatic elements as well as fiction, is inspired by Physicist Kip S. Thorne’s theory of ‘Worm Holes’ in the universe.
8. Life is Beautiful “Life is Beautiful” (1997)
7. “Parasite” (2019)
Meet the Park Family: a classic painting of extinct wealth. The Kim Family, on the other hand, is rich in street intelligence but has no other wealth. Whether luck or fate, these two households come together somehow, and the Kim family immediately senses the existence of a golden opportunity. Kim kids raised by college-age Ki-woo on manipulation, teacherand quickly place themselves among the Park family with their art therapist roles. While Kim offers “indispensable” luxury services, Parks are losing everything in their homes to the Kim family, unbeknownst to them. However, this order faces a threat in a short time. A brutal and compelling struggle for supremacy erupts when a parasitic guest threatens the Kim family’s newly discovered comfort. This struggle threatens to destroy the fragile ecosystem between the Kim and Park families…
6. Saving Private Ryan “Saving Private Ryan” (1998)
In Saving Private Ryan, a mother of four is severely injured after her three sons lost in World War II. Now, his only wish is that his only surviving son will return safe from the war. His appeals are replied, and an order given by the President will ensure that James Ryan will survive this war at all costs. On the day of the Normandy landing, an eight-man troop is assigned to a different mission, rescuing Ryan. However, this unit, managed by Captain John Miller, will embark on a real struggle for survival in this difficult environment where the life market is taking place; He will question the legitimacy of endangering the lives of eight people in order to save a single man.
5. Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi “Spirited Away” (2001)
Spirited Away is one of the most valuable works of Japanese animation master Hayao Miyazaki. The movie opens with little Chihiro and her family moving to a new town. The family, who pays attention to a tunnel they see on the road during the journey, is enchanted in the fantastic world they encounter when they pass through the tunnel. However, there is something wrong with this town, this spell will break after a short while. After losing her family, little Chihiro will embark on a fearful adventure to save her father. The film, one of the most important examples of the animation genre , won the Oscar for Best Animation at the 75th Academy Awards; He was awarded the Golden Bear at the 52nd Berlin Film Festival. Film, Japanese cinema As the most successful film in its history, it holds a record that is hard to break.
4. Star Wars (1977)
Luke Skywalker joins forces with the self-righteous pilot Jedi Knight, Wookiee, and two droids to save the galaxy from the empire’s war station that destroyed the world; She tries to save Princess Leia from the mysterious Darth Vader.
3. The Green Mile “The Green Way” (1999)
Green Road tells the story of a prison officer and an inmate. Paul Edgecomb’s mission in prison is to send prisoners sentenced to death on their last trip. He executed hundreds of prisoners over the years he worked . One day, he meets a scary-looking man named John Coffey. However, under this spooky appearance of Coffey there is a very pure spirit. Coffey is on trial in the murder case of two young girls . Coffey’s extraterrestrial powers that come to light day by day will reveal new clues about his character moment by moment.
2. The Matrix (1999)
There is a lived reality, and a reality beyond what is experienced… One is the dream, the other is the Matrix! Neo believes Morpheus, an extremely dangerous man, knows the truth. One night, Neo meets the beautiful stranger Trinity, who can take him to another world. In the world this girl will lead, Neo will find Morpheus and learn about the Matrix. Neo knows that things he can’t fully grasp control his life. What is this Matrix?
1. Fight Club “Fight Club” (1999)
1.Forrest Gump (1994)
1. Inception “Inception” (2010)
1. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring1 (2001)
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is about the struggle to get rid of the ring that will change the destiny of the world. Manufactured years ago and brought nothing but blood to the lands of Middle-earth, the last ring appears hundreds of years after its manufacture. Frodo, unaware of the strength of the ring entrusted to him by his uncle, is horrified after what the sorcerer Gandalf tells. The only way to get rid of this ring and future wars is to destroy this ring in order to prevent Sauron from trying to gather his strength. A team of self-sacrificing warriors is formed to take the ring to Mordor, the only place where it can be destroyed. The very long and arduous journey begins. The fate of Middle-earth is in the hands of these people.
1. Schindler’s List “Schindler’s List” (1993)
Schindler’s List is about a German businessman named Oskar Schindler employing Jewish workers in a factory he established in Poland during World War II, saving the lives of 1100 Jews. The film , which is based on a real life story , is considered one of the most important works of the famous director Steven Spielberg and earned him an Oscar. The film was nominated for 12 Oscars in 1994 and won 7 awards. The Oscars for the film are as follows: Best Film, Direction, Editing, Art Direction, Image, Original Music and Screenplay Adaptation.
1. 12 Angry Men “12 Angry Men” (1957)
1. The Godfather “The Father” (1972)
1. “The Shawshank Redemption” (1994)
The Shawshank Redemption tells the story of the world that two prisoners, Andy and Red, built behind bars. Andy Dufresne is a young and successful banker. He is tried for murdering his wife and his lover and receives a life sentence. Beating, torture, rape , all kinds of situations are happening in Shawsank Prison, but Andy is still life-bound and optimistic. This attitude also affects those around him. Andy convinces all the prisoners around him with a hopeful perspective that there can be a free life even behind bars. Andy will also have a friend to share in his efforts: Red, a Stephen King adaptation starring Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins. The film , in 1995, the best movie among them He was nominated for an Oscar in 7 categories, including his nomination.