The greatest movie stars in the annals of cinema, including some of the greatest stars in cinema history…

In the annal of cinema history, we list our picks for the greatest movie characters of all time.

We also take a look at the greatest movies that are not as well known, but we’ll always have some movies to thank for introducing us to new ideas.

In this episode of the Cricinfo podcast, we’ve got a list of the 25 greatest movies.

These are films that we think are worthy of recognition but which we think have yet to be properly appreciated by their fans. 

To kick things off, we have the original “Star Wars” films, the “Star Trek” films and the “Alien” films.

They all deserve a place on our list.

We then dive into the list of film icons and filmmakers whose works we feel have been neglected.

This is a list that includes, among others, Gene Roddenberry, Stanley Kubrick, George Lucas, John Ford, Quentin Tarantino, Robert Altman, Ridley Scott, David Lynch, James Cameron, George Miller, Steven Spielberg, and Robert Zemeckis.

And we’ll continue to highlight some of our favorites from that list as they’re released. 

If you’re looking for the best movies of all-time, this list is probably the place to start. 



The Wizard of Oz (1939)The movie that launched the Oz craze, “The Wizard of Evergreen Grove” is one of the most well-known film titles of all times.

It is widely considered one of, if not the, most influential films of all the time.

Written by Al Goldstein and directed by John Ford (a co-writer of “Raiders of the Lost Ark”), “The Adventures of Tin Tin” is an original story told in a format which is a direct adaptation of a popular fairy tale by J.M. Barrie.

It’s the first time an animated film was released on film.

It has been hailed as one of Disney’s best films and is widely regarded as the greatest animated film ever made. 

“The Wizard” was adapted for the silver screen by Alan Parker, who also directed the Oscar-nominated film “Wizards of Oz.”

It is also the first film ever produced by MGM and directed with the assistance of a team of colorists including Charles Stross. 

The film won three Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay. 

In 1954, “Masters of the Universe” came out.

The first feature film in a long time from a Disney studio, it was released in 1959.

It was the first animated feature film to be released theatrically, which helped establish Disney as a major player in animation. 

Despite being a popular film, “Star-Wars” didn’t win an Oscar for best picture until 1986, when it was nominated for best animated feature. 

It is widely believed that the reason why “The Emperor’s New Groove” was nominated in the Oscars was because Disney executives didn’t want a Star Wars sequel. 

For more than 30 years, the movie has been released on video.

Disney has never released a Blu-ray release, but it did release a DVD, “Pixar Worlds: The Official Visual Dictionary” in 2007. 

As a result, the film has become a classic in the realm of Disney and the Star Wars saga. 


The Maltese Falcon (1962)The film that brought Mickey Mouse to life was one of Walt Disney’s first big movies.

The movie was released over a year before Walt Disney died.

The story of Mickey Mouse and the Falcon is one that has been endlessly discussed over the years, from the original 1933 “Fantasia” to the current iteration of the story, “Frozen.”

Disney’s original film is considered one the greatest films ever made and is often cited as the originator of Disney animation.

Written and directed specifically for the screen, “Mickey’s Story” has been considered one, if only for its simplicity. 

Mickey is introduced in a fantasy setting, and his adventures lead him on a quest to save his kingdom from destruction.

The film is widely hailed as a great film for its realism, and for its ability to tell an original, original story. 

Disney also made the sequel “Frodo’s Tale,” which starred Elijah Wood and Peter Mayhew. 

Fans have long debated whether the film is actually the original story of Frodo Baggins, or whether it was a retelling.

It wasn’t until the early 1990s that a second “Frobofilm” film, titled “The Lord of the Rings” was released, and this version of Frobo is introduced.

It went on to win three Oscars for Best Animated Feature, Best Sound Editing, and the Best Cinematography. 

This film has been credited with giving rise to the modern animated film genre.