We present to you a complete review of top ten (10) movies of all time based on Metacritic scores with Critics and Users Score.
Last Updated 1st July 2020

1. Citizen Kane (1941)

Citizen Kane (1941)

User score: 8.5/10

Critic score: 100/100

What critics said: "What's magical about Kane — the sheer transformative thrill of invention — is there in every shot, every performance, every narrative surge."

2. The Godfather (1972)

The Godfather (1972)

User score: 9.2/10

Critic score: 100/100

What critics said: "The Godfather traces the arc of this doomed idealism with a beauty that is still fresh."

3. Rear Window (1954)

Rear Window (1954)

User score: 8.8/10

Critic score: 100/100

What critics said: "There is never an instant, in fact, when Director Hitchcock is not in minute and masterly control of his material: script, camera, cutting, props, the handsome set constructed from his ideas, the stars he has Hitched to his vehicle."

4. Casablanca (1943)

Casablanca (1943)

User score: 9.0/10

Critic score: 100/100

What critics said: "The dialogue is so spare and cynical it has not grown old-fashioned. Much of the emotional effect of Casablanca is achieved by indirection; as we leave the theater, we are absolutely convinced that the only thing keeping the world from going crazy is that the problems of three little people do after all amount to more than a hill of beans."

5. Boyhood (2014)

Boyhood (2014)

User score: 7.7/10

Critic score: 100/100

What critics said: "On rare occasions a movie seems to channel the flow of real life. Boyhood is one of those occasions. In its ambition, which is matched by its execution, Richard Linklater's endearing epic is not only rare but unique."

6. Three Colors: Red (1994)

Three Colors: Red (1994)

User score: 8.8/10

Critic score: 100/100

What critics said: "It is a film of much humanity and very far from smart European pap. But the external brilliance of its making does at times subvert its inner workings, as if its manufacture and its meaning were not quite in perfect harmony."

7. Vertigo (1958)

Vertigo (1958)

User score: 8.8/10

Critic score: 100/100

What critics said: "The greatest sexual suspense drama ever made has come to be regarded by many Hitchcock admirers as his most accomplished film. It is certainly his most forlorn, and easily his most mesmerizing."

8. Notorious (1946)

Notorious (1946)

User score: 8.0/10

Critic score: 100/100

What critics said: "Love is a dark, corroded obsession in Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious, a black-velvet biocide brimming with notes of tabloid titillation, spy-versus-spy nonsense, and romance as rotten as a half-eaten Granny Smith left out in the summer sun."

9. Singin' In The Rain (1952)

Singin' In The Rain (1952)

User score: 8.8/10

Critic score: 99/100

What critics said: "Escapism raised to the level of art, Singin' In The Rain inventively satirizes the illusions of the filmmaking process while celebrating their life-affirming joy."

10. City Lights (1931)

City Lights (1931)

User score: 8.8/10

Critic score: 99/100

What critics said: "There's dignity and folly to The Tramp in City Lights, and everything in between."

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