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Poll: IMDb All-time Top 250: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

The following IMDb Top 250 films were ranked higher than any other films released that same year. However, the following year the films dropped out of the Top 250 and never returned. In your opinion, which film is the closest thing to a Top 250 movie?

Discuss the Here Today, Gone Tomorrow movies here

Make Your Choice

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    Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

    I was number 7 until First Contact and then I dropped out.
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    Face/Off (1997)

    I was number 155 until someone ripped my Face/Off and I fell out of the list.
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    There's Something About Mary (1998)

    There's Something About Mary when I debuted at 134, but it didn't last.
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    Man on the Moon (1999)

    Originally I was 134, but now I'm alone like a Man on the Moon.
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    Punch-Drunk Love (2002)

    What else could it be but Punch-Drunk Love that initially had me ranked at 231?
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    X2: X-Men United (2003)

    X2 marks the spot where I used to be, 243.
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    Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005)

    The Revenge of the Sith was not so sweet after I was ranked 244.
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    United 93 (2006)

    The local United 93 voted me 236, but in the end I lost.
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    Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

    Believe it or not I was 129 until someone other than Sweeney Todd lowered my average.
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    Milk (2008)

    I Milked the 172nd spot for all it was sense crying over it now.
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    500 Days of Summer (2009)

    I wish I held the 227th position for (500) Days of Summer.
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    The Social Network (2010)

    The Social Network got 150 LIKES, but then flamed out.
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    Drive (2011)

    Soared to the 193rd place, then a Drive-by took me out.
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    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

    It was truly An Unexpected Journey that took me to 119 and I never went there or back again.
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    Gravity (2013)

    Well, I was 93 until Gravity got hold of me.

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