OP should be fully updated now. There are currently 113 movies in the list.
Evil Dead II (1987)
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)
Didn't get the attention from movie patrons it deserved when it came out IMO. It's gross was only a little more than $15 million, and it had a budget of around $30 million.
Hey OP, don't you think "winner" votes should count as well?
Doing a good job OP.
And more people should know that it's worthy of being number 1
might not be top 250 worthy but i really liked...
Big Fish (2003)
I thought Tim Burton did an amazing job (I'm a bit of a fanboy, this is probably my favourite movie he has done though. I think tnbc is overrated, however, I still like it), the book is a series of short stories essentially which doesn't always work on screen but it did work in my opinion, and Ewan McGregor was fantastic.
I read the OP's list and didn't found this one. I'm on a phone, so no link to IMDB.
Hell's Angels (1930)
Probably the best aerial war film ever made in the history of cinema. Given that Howard Hughes was the man behind it all, however, it's not surprising that it would be; he was infamous for his meticulous attention to detail. At the time, he had the largest private air force in the world- devoted entirely to this film. An armada of Fokker D.VIIs which were left over from the war were purchased and used during the filming sequences, along with SE5s and a couple of Sikorskys. The zeppelin sequence utilized some of the most advanced special effects methods the industry had to offer at the time.
Oh- and it was Jean Harlow's first major acting job (she got paid $100 a week, which was a lot of money back when she started working on the film in the middle of 1929).
A World Re-done (1996)
Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
If it wasn't for pixar's up (which someone should mention in this thread), this film would easily have taken best animated feature at the oscars.
All around amazing movie, I've seen it at least 15 times and it hasn't gotten old.
The soundtrack is also great.