Pretty much everyone is armed with an opinion on a movie once the credits start to roll. Some of us are happy enough to talk with friends and family about what we thought of it, but others take it to the web and write reviews for the online community to read. And there's no bigger platform for user-generated reviews than IMDb and its fan-ranked list of the best movies of all time.
To bring that experience home, artists Tim and Aurelia Sanders have teamed up with IMDb to create an at-home movie critic's poster, based on what the site's fans have voted as the 100 best movies ever.
This poster, which is available at Uncommon Goods and measures 23.4 inches by 16.5 inches, showcases custom illustrations for all 100 movies. Under each image, you'll find 10 white stars that you can fill in with a highlighter as you make your way through the list to mark what you thought. The chart features everything from recent hits like 2019's Parasite and 1917 to enduring classics like 1931's City Lights and 1968's 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Whether you are a true cinephile waiting for the right platform to pronounce your movie criticisms or a burgeoning film buff that wants to explore new titles, this poster will bring everyone together to discuss their thoughts.