I put this crowd-pleaser at #2 because it is a rare and important example of the "cross-over" environmental film. Thanks to a great script and a perfect performance by Julia Roberts, the film was a smash success and many of the millions of moviegoers who saw it were scarcely aware they were watching a piece of environmental advocacy. Why? Because the story was just so damn good. If only we could have more films about evil corporations polluting local water supplies that are this entertaining.