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This director just became the first woman of color to win an Oscar for Best Director for her film Nomadland.

Chloe Zhao

100

Tom Hanks is only the second actor to win back to back Best Actor statues at the Academy awards, first in 1993 for Philadelphia and again in 1994 for this "box of chocolates" movie.

Forrest Gump

100

The final installment of this beloved time travel franchise sees Doc and Marty rig a steam-engine train with the capability to travel through time.

Back to the Future Part III

100

Being nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role 5 times deems protection, especially when they are for movies like The Wolf Of Wall Street, Blood Diamond, and The Revenant.

Leonardo DiCaprio

100

This 2004 movie follows the 1980 Olympic hockey team on their path to beat the Soviet Union and win the Gold Medal in a match that would later be known as the "Miracle On Ice".

Miracle

200

This star of Titanic and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood got his first film credit in the campy 1993 movie Critters 3.

Leonardo DiCaprio

200

This WWII film from director Steven Spielberg was famously snubbed at the 71st Academy Awards, losing Best Picture honors to Shakespeare in Love.

Saving Private Ryan

200

In this third installment of the original Cinematic trilogy, Frodo and Samwise finally dispose of the One Ring by throwing it into the fires of Mordor.

Lord of the Rings: Return of the King

200

Winner of 2 Oscars for Best Actress in a Leading Role in the 1980's, this actress plays Mrs. Gump in Forrest Gump.

Sally Field

200

"If you build it, they will come" is the mantra of this 1989 baseball movie that ends with Kevin Costner getting to "have a catch" with his deceased father.

Field of Dreams

300

Before staring in Flight, Training Day, and Remember the Titans, this actor cut his teeth in 1981's Carbon Copy.

Denzel Washington

300

"This film started as a love letter to jazz but we had no idea how much jazz would teach us about life..." mused Pete Docter after winning Best Animated Feature at the 93rd Academy Awards for this film, staring Jamie Foxx as the first African American protagonist in a Pixar film.

Soul

300

This movie was the final installment of a famed Christopher Nolan superhero trilogy.

The Dark Knight Rises

300

One of only 3 women to hold 3 Oscars, she has been in movies such as Fargo and Moonrise Kingdom and just got cast as Lady MacBeth in Joel Cohen's take on The Tragedy of Macbeth.

Frances McDormand (Katharine Hepburn and Meryl Streep)

300

White Goodman. Peter La Fleur. ESPN 8 The Ocho.

Dodgeball

400

Steven Spielberg was just 27 years old when this iconic movie of his became the first movie to earn over $100 million at the box office while simultaneously redefining what a summer blockbuster was.

Jaws

400

Holding a narrow lead (~$50M) above Ethan's favorite movie franchise's most recent submission, this film is still the highest grossing movie of all time according to Box Office Mojo - James Cameron should be proud.

Avatar

400

This third entry in the Wachowski siblings' saga depicts Neo, portrayed by internet nice-guy Keanu Reeves, saving humanity from a dystopian future in which humans are batteries for machines.

The Matrix Revolutions

400

This actor is famously known for ad-libbing one of the most memorable scenes in The Wolf of Wall Street even though he doesn't say his fames personal catchphrase.

Matthew McConaughey

400

Ben Affleck is more than the best Batman out there, he also starred in this 2020 movie about a basketball coach who uses sports as a form of keeping his life moving forward.

The Way Back

500

This actor first starred in the 1989 movie title Going Overboard, in which he is a cruise ship waiter trying to be a stand up comic. He later went on to make some of the most well known comedy movies of the 1990's.

Adam Sandler

Who also starred as Howard Ratner in the masterpiece that is Uncut Gems, a movie that received no notable recognition and gave Sandler no awards, proving to be the single greatest movie travesty of our lifetime.

500

She holds the record for winning the most Best Female Actor Oscars, 4 in total - most recently in 1981 for On Golden Pond.

Katharine Hepburn

500

In the final Austin Powers movie Goldmember, Beyonce Knowles portrays an undercover FBI agent by this name.

Foxxy Cleopatra

500

One of the most renowned directors of all time, his 1972 iconic film about a mafia family spurred 2 more movies and a TV mini series.

Francis Ford Coppola 

500

This 1980 film directed by Martin Scorsese is about "violence and women and pain" and not sports, although it follows the story of the famous boxer Jake LaMotta, played by Robert De Niro.

Raging Bull

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