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100 Best Movies Of All Time

The best movies arguably represent the pinnacle of artistic achievement in the modern era and that makes them worth celebrating over and over again.

Charlie Chaplin bridged slapstick comedy with tender melancholy in “The Circus.”

#94. The Circus (1928)

The movie was one of the earliest animated features to win a major Oscar, including Best Music, Original Score and Best Music, Original Song

#72. Pinocchio (1940)

Indelible stars Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant shine bright in “Notorious,” a lauded Alfred Hitchcock film that centers on a government agent (Grant) who sends the daughter of a German war criminal (Bergman) to go undercover and spy on a group of Nazis in South America

#26. Notorious (1946)

n this 1959 comedy, two male musicians (Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon) dress up as women and join an all-women band, as they simultaneously evade murderous mobsters.

#24. Some Like It Hot (1959)

Rife with signature pantomime, it follows The Tramp (Chaplin) as he resorts to various extremes while trying to make a buck.

#5. City Lights (1931)

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