Top 100 Movies We Want To See
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Arrested Developm... vote8.5
Ghostbusters 3 vote7.5
The Antiheroes vote7.3
Kick-Ass 2: Balls... vote7.0
Sin City 2 vote6.9
The Incredibles 2... vote6.5
Jurassic Park 4 vote6.4
The Legend of Zel... vote5.7
The Justice Leagu... vote5.4
Bioshock vote5.2
The Dark Tower vote4.8
Scott Pilgrim VS.... vote4.6
The Matrix Wars vote4.6
Star Wars: Episod... vote4.6
District 8 vote4.3
Houdini vote4.2
Tron: Legacy 2 vote3.7
Mind Heist vote3.7
Homecoming vote3.7
Project: Cloverfi... vote3.6
Deadpool vote3.6
Assassin's Creed vote3.6
Sleepy Skunk: The... vote3.5
Bill and Ted 3 vote3.5
The Joker: Rise t... vote3.4
The Flash vote3.4
Transformers: War... vote3.4
The Last Starfigh... vote3.3
In Sanity vote3.3
Side Effect vote3.3
Glow vote3.3
Freddy vs. Jason ... vote3.2
X-Men Origins: Ma... vote3.1
Avatar 2 vote3.1
God of War vote3.0
Gremlins 3 vote3.0
How to Train Your... vote3.0
The Gallery vote2.9
Hellboy 3 vote2.9
The Wolverine vote2.9
Hawkeye vote2.9
X-Men Origins: Ga... vote2.8
Megamind 2 vote2.8
Take That Planet vote2.7
Y: The Last Man vote2.7
The Silver Surfer... vote2.7
Serenity 2 vote2.6
The Boondock Sain... vote2.5
Metroid vote2.5
Bears on a Submar... vote2.5
Wonder Woman vote2.5
Duplicate vote2.5
Wicked vote2.4
Comic-Con vote2.4
Push 2 vote2.3
Gargoyles vote2.3
Teenage Mutant Ni... vote2.3
Superbad: The Seq... vote2.3
Death Match vote2.2
Napoleon vote2.2
X-Men Origins: St... vote2.2
Phobia vote2.1
The Rebel vote2.1
WALL·E 2.0 vote2.1
Half-Life vote2.1
The Cola Wars vote2.1
X-Men Origins: Je... vote2.0
Marvin the Martia... vote2.0
Kung Fu Panda 3 vote2.0
Toy Story 4 vote1.9
Battle Royale vote1.9
The Agency vote1.9
Charity vote1.9
The Winchester Ho... vote1.8
Route 66 vote1.8
Dr. King vote1.8
Blue Party vote1.8
The Longest Night... vote1.8
Food Chain vote1.7
Lost vote1.7
Audition vote1.6
Young Claus vote1.6
Touch vote1.5
March Madness vote1.3
War of the gods vote1.2
Reflection vote1.1
Les Grossman: Sup... vote1.1
Dune vote1.1
WALT vote1.1
Print. vote1.1
All Apologies vote1.1
Halo vote1.1
Scream 5 vote1.1
Power Rangers vote1.1
Black Forest vote1.0
Cowboy Bebop vote1.0
Sleepless vote1.0
War in Outer Spac... vote1.0
The Shining vote1.0
Zombieworld vote1.0
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The Mission
While Hollywood releases a handful of hit movies every year, attendance in 2011 has reached its lowest point in 15 years. How is that possible when studios have huge budgets and the best available talent? Sadly, it’s because many of their releases offer storylines that are too similar to previous movies that were a success in the past. Studios would love to produce groundbreaking material but have been proved several times that the financial risk of daring to do something new can backfire and so they often feed us proven but tired formulas. Hoping to resolve this extremely important problem that's been keeping me awake a few hours a day for three years, I've been dreaming about the following question lately:

How about we just tell Hollywood if we want to see a movie before they make it?


Just think about this for a second... What if we use social media and rally millions of moviegoers from around the world and name every movie we’d pay to see. Then, we can identify the ones most of us are excited about like a guide to profitable movies that should be made. Studios will suddenly have more to choose from and formulaic, clichéd blockbusters could become a thing of the past. That's what this website is in a nutshell. As a fun metaphor, imagine studios being a guy at a bar who could use his smart phone to get a list of which girls will turn him down and which won't. Not only would he never feel the pain of rejection again, but he'd also be surprised about how many attractive ladies were interested in him all along. After all, if we moviegoers are the ones who ultimately decide whether we purchase movie tickets, can studios really afford to ignore what we actually want to see? Join us and find out!