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)
Danny Boyle masterfully directed this winner that inspired everyone to believe in themselves against all odds, and shout "Millinaire!" insensitively throughout 2009 at every opportunity.
A curiously emotional math-thriller and a masterclass in performance art from before Russell Crowe went crazy and he was just great at acting like he was crazy.
Remember when Charlie Sheen was a serious actor who could portray the horror of Vietnam and not a drug-fueled catchphrase machine? Neither do we, that's why we need to watch Platoon again.
James Cameron's Titanic was the world's biggest movie until he decided he wanted to make a new world's biggest movie with alien cats. In short: if you want success, be James Cameron.
Nothing raises a film's esteem like sad, confused characters. American Beauty went all-out. It takes a great script and a great director to turn a worried "hmm" into morose, thoughtful "hmm."