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5. Toy Story, 1995

The first full steps into computer-generated moviemaking must have been daunting ones, but Pixar pulled it off with such aplomb that the story of Woody the cowboy's (Tom Hanks) jealousy towards Buzz Lightyear's (Tim Allen) arrival in Andy's toybox makes you think they've been doing it for centuries.

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4. Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl, 2003

Johnny Depp was the name on everyone's lips as his half-drunk, half-Keith Richards Captain Jack Sparrow hoisted this old school pirate adventure up on his mighty shoulders and carried it almost single handedly to box office glory and critical acclaim.

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3. Mary Poppins, 1964

When new nanny Julie Andrews arrives at the notorious Banks residence, the previously unruly children suddenly find themselves in a magical world of street paintings, dancing chimney sweeps and odd new words like 'Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious'.

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2. Shrek, 2001

The ugly great ogre of the title has stomped all over Hollywood (a third film is now in production) thanks to the considerable talents of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy and Cameron Diaz.

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1. E.T. – The Extra Terrestrial, 1982

Spielberg's most personal movie is also his biggest hit. In 1982, the world took E.T. to its heart and rendered a generation of audiences unable to keep a dry eye at its finale.

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