Hi guys. On another forum, I saw a thread asking people how many of the top 250 films on IMDB they’ve watched, and I thought that might be an interesting thing to ask here. Here’s the list, for reference: https://www.imdb.com/chart/top/ So, how much of a film buff are you? For me, I’m not really much of a film buff at all, and upon perusing the list, I’m actually even less of one than I’d previously thought… I have watched 15 of the current top 250. The distribution of those throughout the list is as follows: Top 10: 0/10 Top 20: 1/20 Top 25: 2/25 Top 50: 5/50 Top 100: 8/100 Top 200: 13/200 Top 250: 15/250 For reference, the ones I’ve watched in order of how they’re ranked on the site are as follows: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980, #15 overall) Star Wars: A New Hope (1977, #25 overall) Interstellar (2014, #27 overall) Back to the Future (1985, #36 overall) The Lion King (1994, #38 overall) Wall-E (2008, #61 overall) Toy Story (1995, #81 overall) Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983, #83 overall) Toy Story 3 (2010, #122 overall) Up (2009, #124 overall) Pan’s Labyrinth (2006, #147 overall) Inside Out (2015, #173 overall) Finding Nemo (2003, #178 overall) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011, #215 overall) Monsters Inc (2001, #230 overall) From memory, I’ll admit I’m personally surprised at the ranking of some of these, but surprisingly few of them are things that would come to mind as being among my favourite movies, although I’ll confess that I’m admittedly not a film buff, and don’t watch films on a regular basis… for one, I’m surprised that Return of the Jedi is so much lower than the other original Star Wars films. I’m not really a huge Star Wars fan, admittedly, but I actually remember ROTJ being my favourite of the original trilogy!