#25. Touch of Evil (1958)

- Director: Orson Welles

- Stacker score: 93.2

- Metascore: 99

- IMDb user rating: 8.0

- Runtime: 95 minutes

The name Orson Welles might be most synonymous with 1941's “Citizen Kane,” but this 1958 effort is similarly phenomenal. After opening with one of the most famous tracking shots in history, the film dives into the story of scandal, corruption, and murder in a small Mexican border town. Starring as Police Capt. Hank Quinlan is Welles himself, who later claimed this was the most fun he'd ever had making a picture.

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