Top 10 Highest Ranking IMDb Movies of All Time

IMDb actually stands for Internet Movie Database. This is a database of information that is all about video games, biographies, trivia, television programs, and movies. In this regard, here are the top 10 highest ranking IMDb movies of all time.

10. Fight Club

Fight Club

This was an American movie released in 1999. This film was inspired by Chuck Palahniuk’s novel titled “Fight Club”. David Fincher was the director of this amazing film. Three of the major stars here were Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, and Helena Bonham Carter. With a rating of 8.8, it acquired 625,727 votes.

9. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Peter Jackson was the man behind this movie. It was actually based on Tolkien’s novel titled “The Lord of the Rings”. It was an epic fantasy-drama that was a hit to the viewing public. This was released in the year 2003. It acquired 580,715 votes and its rating is 8.8.

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8. The Dark Knight

The Dark Knight

Christopher Nolan was the director, producer, and co-writer of this superhero film. The story evolved in the famous DC Comics character, Batman. The Dark Knight was released on 2008. With a rating of 8.8, it acquired 796,602 votes.

7. Schindler’s List

Schindler’s List

This great film was released in the year 1993. The story was all about a German businessman who decided to save the lives of many people. Polish-Jewish refugees were the majority of these people. This German businessman was Oskar Schindler. It acquired 427,124 votes, and its rating is 8.9.

6. 12 Angry Men

12 Angry Men

It was released in the year 1957. It was directed by Sidney Lumet. It was actually based on the teleplay authored by Reginald Rose. The story of such film was all about the 12 jury members who were having conflict in coming up with the right verdict to a teen boy suspect. With a total vote of 201,765, its rating is 8.9.

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