Simply put, Casablanca is the greatest movie in cinematic history.
The rankings finally concluded today with a final three of Vertigo, Taxi Driver and the Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman classic that "continues to compel every new generation that comes along," according to the site. Why?
"Because it is equal parts timeless romance and war drama, whose themes could not be more universal, regardless of the era."
That's lofty praise. Do you agree with the ranking? Is Casablanca the best movie ever?