These Are The Top-Rated Movies In The History of Film

Strangers on a Train

Alfred Hitchcock's 1951 success has a near-perfect rating on every major review platform. It follows two men who meet on a train and devise a plan to murder someone in each of their lives. Aside from the famous Hitchcockian suspense, the film also uses incredible angles. The cinematographer, Robert Burks, was nominated for an Oscar.


Sissy Spacek and Martin Sheen star in this 1970's crime drama. They're on the run from the law for murder, and the story is often referred to as one of the most powerful in history. Spacek said shooting the film changed the way she thought about filmmaking.