The 84th Academy Awards are on February 26th, but before a new Best Picture Oscar is awarded, let's figure out exactly what the best Best Movie of all time is.
The official voting period has ended. See the results below.
Total Votes: 467,848
Score = wins / total matches (recalculated every 5 minutes)
We asked and you voted. Here are the top 25 Best Pictures of all time
A 216 minute-long movie about a British guy in an embattled foreign country that DIDN'T make everyone fall asleep deserved nothing less than every Oscar, but 7 of 'em will do.
The Deer Hunter introduced America to two of the most disturbing things of the 20th Century: Russian roulette and Christopher Walken.
A family musical with a finale involving Nazis and nuns doesn't sound like typical Oscar material, which is only a further testament to this movie's actual quality. Regardless of that stupid "Goodbye" song.
Gone with the Wind has maintained a reputation of being the ultimate Hollywood movie. Given the number of times it's been parodied by The Simpsons, that sounds about right.
In ten years, people are going to be laughing at the fact that this film was almost beaten by one about facebook, and at Colin Firth's voice, obviously.