There hasn't been a single Mel Brooks movie in the past 21 years, and the last three he created (Life Stinks, Robin Hood: Men In Tights and Dracula: Dead and Loving It) were torn to shreds by critics and largely ignored at the box office. But you'll have a hard time finding a serious film critics that doesn't consider him one of the greatest comedic filmmakers of the 20th century. His work from 1968's The Producers through 1987's Spaceballs will live forever, and every film he created in that time only seems to improve with age. The passing of Gene Wilder, the star of many of his greatest works, inspired us to ask our readers to select their favorite Mel Brooks movies. Here are the results.