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Mad Max: Fury Road beats Star Wars: The Force Awakens to the ‘greatest film of the century’ title

Mad Max: Fury Road has been crowned as the ‘greatest film of the century’ beating the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring to the post. 

In a list published by this month’s Empire magazine called ‘100 Greatest Movies of the Century’, the Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron blockbuster came in top after being voted by critics and readers. 

The fourth instalment of the Mad Max franchise, Mad Max: Fury Road, became a worldwide box office hit two years ago, earning more than $500 million globally.  

'Greatest film of the century': Mad Max: Fury Road has been crowned as the 'greatest film of the century' beating the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring to the post

'Greatest film of the century': Mad Max: Fury Road has been crowned as the 'greatest film of the century' beating the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring to the post

‘Greatest film of the century’: Mad Max: Fury Road has been crowned as the ‘greatest film of the century’ beating the likes of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring to the post

The underdog smash film became one of the year’s biggest movies in 2015, racking up $21.7 million at the local box office and over $500 million globally, and picking up six Oscars and ten AACTAs.  

The project was filmed over 120 days and was 15 years in the making.  

Also making the list: In a list published by this month's Empire magazine called '100 Greatest Movies of the Century', the Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron blockbuster came in top after being voted by critics and readers (Star Wars: The Force Awakens pictured)

Also making the list: In a list published by this month's Empire magazine called '100 Greatest Movies of the Century', the Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron blockbuster came in top after being voted by critics and readers (Star Wars: The Force Awakens pictured)

Also making the list: In a list published by this month’s Empire magazine called ‘100 Greatest Movies of the Century’, the Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron blockbuster came in top after being voted by critics and readers (Star Wars: The Force Awakens pictured) 

Empire’s 100 Greatest Movies of the Century 

1. 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

21. 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 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

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. The 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

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

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

 

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