Choosing the best films in the history of cinema is never easy and you will always run into someone who will not agree with your opinion. The problem is that there are so many good movies that you’re always going to forget one and you’re going to have to leave great stories off the list so it doesn’t go on forever.
Plenty of movies have hit 90% all-time ( Black Panther, Avengers: Endgame, Toy Story 4, and Lady Bird all came very close to getting perfect grades), but only a handful have scored a perfect 100, ranging from hit-and-run classics. cinema to new films that revolutionized the way of creating and telling stories.
The best movies that have achieved a perfect rating in the history of rotten Tomatoes:
There aren’t many horror movies out there with a 100% rating (The Shining is 93% and The Exorcist is 87%), but this movie shot in quarantine, and by zoom, nailed it. Starring Haley Bishop, Jemma Moore, Emma Louise Webb , Host follows six friends who hire a medium to have a séance over Zoom during quarantine, but get much more than they bargained for and things quickly go wrong.
Leave no Trace, 2018
Directed by Debra Granik and starring the brilliant Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit) and Ben Foster , this drama is a commentary on consumerism and the need to seek a simpler life.
The Tale of Princess Kaguya, 2014
The legendary founder of Studio Ghibli, Isao Takahata , created this animation masterpiece that tells one of the most famous Japanese legends.
Toy Story (1 and 2), 1995 – 1999
Tom Hanks and Tim Allen made the dreams of millions of children come true when they lent their voices to that first film in which a cowboy and a toy astronaut went on an epic adventure to return to their child. Toy Story was an animation milestone and quickly became one of Pixar’s most beloved films, as well as putting the studio on the map.
The Maltese Falcon, 1941
Humphrey Bogart and Mary Astor star in this Film Noir classic filled with suspense and unexpected twists. This is one of the most influential films in film noir and follows a detective who is hired by a mysterious woman to recover a priceless object, which puts him in the crosshairs of three eccentric criminals who are in search of the same piece that has been missing for years
Singin in The Rain, 1954
Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor star in one of the most famous musicals in movie history, which is also a movie within a movie. This hilarious story follows a silent movie actor trying to transition to talkies, which leads him to join forces with a comedian and a dancer to create a plan to save his career and the movie he’s in. he is working.
Mary Poppins, 1964
Julie Andrews is perfect in this classic film that featured groundbreaking visual effects, catchy songs, and one of the best performances of the actress’s career. Mary Poppins follows a fun-loving babysitter who arrives to take care of two rambunctious children who need someone to guide them and help them fix their complicated family dynamics. The film also talks about the suffragettes, capitalism and the simple things that are the most important in life.
The Terminator, 1984
Yes, an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie has 100%. The Terminator has great action sequences, a very effective villain, catchy lines, and remains a huge influence on the sci-fi genre. The story begins with a man from the future who travels to the past to save a woman whose son, who does not exist yet, holds the key to saving the world, the problem is that a killer robot made the same trip and is chasing them to kill them. .
The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari, 1920
This was one of the first horror movies in cinema history. Directed by Robert Wiene and starring Werner Krauss , this disturbing film is one of the most influential of the silent era, telling the story of a hypnotist who uses a sleepwalker named Cesare to commit a series of murders in his name.
Cool Hand Luke, 1967
Paul Newman was one of the biggest movie icons of the 60s and left behind many classics that left their mark on the industry. Cool Hand Luke is one of his most famous films and he received an Oscar nomination for it. The film follows a man who is sentenced to two years in prison, but once there he refuses to conform and follow orders, causing him more trouble than his colleagues have experienced in years.
Deliver Us From Evil, 2006
This brutal documentary directed by Amy Berg is a story of corruption and abuse. Berg tells the story of the priest Oliver O’Grady , a pedophile who was accused of sexually abusing several children, but who was protected by the church to preserve his reputation, even knowing that his victims, who tell harrowing stories, they will continue to suffer.
Snow White was the first Disney movie , but things only got better from there. pinocchioIt’s funny and scary, it’s a warning about not getting off track and getting carried away with all our impulses, highlighting the fact that good deeds have great rewards.
Rear Window, 1954
James Stewart and Grace Kelly star in one of Alfred Hitchcock ‘s most iconic films . Rear Window is a suspenseful masterpiece that leaves everyone with a case of paranoia upon meeting Jeff, a man with broken legs who, in his boredom, decides to start spying on his neighbors, leading him to witness a murder that no one seems to believe actually happened. Jeff and her girlfriend, the legendary Grace Kelly, decide to take on the role of detective and get the evidence to prove that a woman was murdered by her husband, before the man catches them or manages to escape.