Nearly 80 leading film critics—including A.O. Scott, Ann Hornaday, Odie Henderson, Leonard Maltin, and David Denby—contributed to The New Republic’s ranking of the 100 most significant political films of all time. Now that you’ve seen the list, what do you think they got right—and wrong? Does The Battle of Algiers deserve the top spot, or should it have been All the President’s Men? Is Malcolm X too low at #22? It’s time to make your own opinion heard.
The poll closes on Thursday, July 6. Once you complete the poll, you can sign up to receive the final results.