Mad Max Fury RoadEmpire Magazine’ have recently unveiled their list of the 100 Greatest Films of the 21st Century, based on a survey they set-up where critics and fans alike were able to vote for their favorite slice of cinema released over the last 20 years. They’ve also produced a series of six stylish covers that feature some of these films, ranging from Wonder Woman, to Mad Max, to The Lord of the Rings. Want to know more? Then please check this out...

Empire’s 100 Greatest Movies of the Century:

The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring1) Mad Max: Fury Road
2) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
3) The Dark Knight
4) Inception
5) Moonlight
6) The Social Network
7) Avengers: Infinity War
8) Get Out
9) Pan's Labyrinth
10) Lost in Translation
11) There Will Be Blood
12) No Country for Old Men
13) Whiplash
14) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
15) Spirited Away
16) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
17) Mulholland Drive
18) Inside Out
19) The Wolf of Wall Street
20) Interstellar

Donnie Darko21) Children of Men
22) Gladiator
23) City of God
24) La La Land
25) Call Me by Your Name
26) Memento
27) Kill Bill: Volume 1
28) The Irishman
29) Boyhood
30) God's Own Country
31) Amelie
32) Avengers Assemble
33) Wonder Woman
34) Zodiac
35) Arrival
36) Lady Bird
37) Donnie Darko
38) The Grand Budapest Hotel
39) Joker
40) Up

Avengers: Endgame
41) Avengers: Endgame
42) Casino Royale
43) The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
44) Roma
45) Blade Runner 2049
46) Inside Llewyn Davis
47) Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
48) Star Wars: The Force Awakens
49) In Bruges
50) Hunt for the Wilderpeople
51) Paddington 2
52) Inglourious Basterds
53) The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
54) Brokeback Mountain
55) Captain America: The Winter Soldier
56) Before Sunset
57) Drive
58) Wall-E
59) Django Unchained
60) Carol

Wonder Woman
61) Shaun of the Dead
62) Sideways
63) Under the Skin
64) Almost Famous
65) Toy Story 3
66) The Prestige
67) Hot Fuzz
68) Apocalypto
69) The Royal Tenenbaums
70) Avatar
71) The Raid
72) Birdman
73) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
74) Oldboy
75) Training Day
76) Logan
77) Dunkirk
78) Michael Clayton
79) Little Miss Sunshine
80) Before Midnight

Star Wars 81) District 9
82) Skyfall
83) Frances Ha
84) Coco
85) The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
86) Iron Man
87) Bridesmaids
88) Sweeney Todd
89) Her
90) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
91) In the Mood for Love
92) Baby Driver
93) Phantom Thread
94) Batman Begins
95) A Prophet
96) Guardians of the Galaxy
97) Ex Machina
98) Captain America: Civil War
99) Let the Right One In
100) Dead Man's Shoes

Alright. So what do you think of that? Do you agree with Empire’s list? Or do you think it needs some improvement? Either way, Terri White, who’s the Editor-In-Chief of Empire Magazine, found some time to comment on this result by making a statement which reads: “It’s been a phenomenal 20 years in cinema, so drawing up this list was no easy task for either our critics or readers! The resulting 100, though, is a testament to the verve, vitality, and pure power of film in the 21st century.” Which, to be fair, sounds completely reasonable, more or less, but can you say the same thing about the following two lists? The following two lists where the critics and the readers have their say on the top ten!

Mad Max Fury Road
Top Ten Critics Choice:

1) Mad Max: Fury Road
2) The Dark Knight
3) The Social Network
4) Moonlight
5) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
6) There Will Be Blood
7) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
8) Get Out
9) Inception
10) Lost in Translation

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Top Ten Readers Choice:

1) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
2) Mad Max: Fury Road
3) Inception
4) Avengers: Infinity War
5) The Dark Knight
6) Moonlight
7) Pan’s Labyrinth
8) Get Out
9) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
10) Lost in Translation

A number of notable film directors have also been interviewed in order to get their reactions to Empire's cinematic survey, including Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird), Sofia Coppola (Lost in Translation), Edgar Wright (Baby Driver), and James Mangold (Logan), amongst others, but to find out what they said, either pick up a copy of January’s issue or check out Empire’s Facebook and Twitter pages. So go on. Click on a link today and discover something new.


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