Heath Ledger’s “Joker” Voted Most Iconic 21st Century Movie Moment

It’s hard to believe, but the website Rotten Tomatoes is turning 21. To commemorate their big day, they polled close to 25,000 people to find out what the most iconic movie moments of the 21st century have been. The voting was tighter than you’d expect, but their Top 21 have been released for us all to argue about.

  • “The Dark Knight” – Heath Ledger as The Joker
  • “Avengers: Infinity War” –The “snap”
  • “The Sixth Sense” –“I see dead people”
  • “Up” –The beginning with Carl and Ellie
  • “The Avengers” –The Avengers assemble in New York City.
  • “The Matrix” –The government lobby scene.
  • “The Lord of the Rings:The Two Towers” –Gollum talks to Smeagol
  • “Wonder Woman” –“No man’s land”
  • “Spider-Man” –The upside-down kiss
  • “Moonlight” –Juan teaches Chiron to swim
  • “Elf” –“Santa? Here? I know him!”
  • “Harry Potter & The Deathly Hollows, Part 2” –Harry and Voldemort duel
  • “Mad Max:Fury Road” –“Remember me?”
  • “The 40-Year-Old Virgin –Two words: chest waxing
  • “Bridesmaids” –The girls get food poisoning
  • “28 Days Later” –London is deserted
  • “The Notebook” –A kiss in the rain
  • “Moulin Rouge” –Satine’s entrance
  • “Selma” –Crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge
  • “The Blair Witch Project” –Heather’s confessional.
  • “Furious 7” –“Cars don’t fly!”

Source:Rotten Tomatoes