12 Reasons Why Casablanca is the Greatest Film of All Time

2. Ingrid Bergman as Ilsa Lund

One of the two or three most strikingly and naturally beautiful women to ever appear on screen, Ingrid Bergman has won Oscars for her performances in Murder on the Orient Express (supporting actress), Anastasia (lead actress), and Gaslight (lead actress). Her three Oscars make her the second most-decorated actress in Hollywood behind Katharine Hepburn. Bergman has also won an Emmy (the television version of an Oscar, for those of you who only watch movies) on two separate occasions; one win was for A Woman Called Golda and one for The Turn of the Screw. What makes these wins a true testament to her acting ability is the number of years between wins - a span of 22 years between the two Emmy awards and spans of 13 and 18 years between Oscars.

Tim is a varied character. He's lived on three continents. He hates ice cream. He has been a highly-paid computer programmer. He invents collectible card games. He is a coffee shop owner. He has had fantasy stories published in magazines. Eventually he wishes to retire from life and become a professional 10-pin bowler who writes articles while living in his RV and traveling from bowling tournament to bowling tournament with his faithful wife in tow. And of course, Tim is a major horror and science fiction fan.