12 Oscar-Winning Movies Which Will Be Evergreen And Be In Our Hearts. . .

Movies are always an integral part of our lives since a very long time that connects with our hearts through emotions. A journey of the success of a movie comes to an end after ” An Oscar”. It is also an important parameter to judge its Success. There are some worth watching Oscars winning movies which became an all-time favorite and highly grossed films of all time.

  1. Titanic
    Titanic is a 1997 American epic romance-disaster film directed, written and co-produced by James Cameron. It became the first film to reach $2.187 billion-grossing worldwide. Titanic was the first movie receiving the highest number of nominations for Academy Awards with Nominations for 14 Oscars. It Won 11 Academy Awards for Best picture and Best director.
  2. Ben-hur
    It was the highest grossing movie after ‘Gone with the Wind’ at that time (1959) with a total gross of $146.9 million. It won 11 Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor in a Leading Role, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, and Best Cinematography.
  3. Slumdog Millionaire
    This was a British Drama film pictured and was shot in India Starring Dev, Patel Freida, Pinto Madhur, Mittal Anil Kapoor and Irrfan Khan. It received 10 nominations and won 8 Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay.
  4. The English Patient
    The English Patient, directed by Anthony Minghella was an adaption of a novel by the same name written by Michael Ondaatje. It received 9 Oscars including Best picture, Best director, while nominated for 12 Academy Awards.
  5. Gandhi
    An autobiographical film of Mahatma Gandhi, a preeminent leader of British ruled-India, covering his simple lifestyle with high thoughts, was written by John Briley and produced and directed by Richard Attenborough. It was nominated in 11 categories in Academy Awards and won 8 of them including Best picture and best actor awards.
  6. Gigi
    Another film that swiped all Oscars for which it was nominated. Gigi is an American musical romance film directed by Vincente Minnelli which Received 9 nominations for Oscar and won all of them.
  7. Lords of the Rings : The Return of the King
    It is a 2003 adventure film by Peter Jackson which is the third and final sequel of Lords Of the Ring. It was the second film to gross $1.12 billion worldwide. In 76th Academy Awards it won all 11 nominations for Oscar including Best picture and Best Direction.
  8. Gravity
    Gravity is a 2013 British-American Movie directed by Alphonso Cuaron. It is a science fiction adventure film. Gravity grossed $723 millions over its production budget of $100 million. It received 10 nominations in Academy Awards and won 7 Oscars in 86th Academy Awards.
  9. Gladiator
    Gladiator is a 2000 British-American epic historical drama film directed by Ridley Scott. This movie grossed around $458 million worldwide and had 13 nominations for Academy Awards in 73rd Academy Awards in which it received 5 Oscars.
  10. Jurassic Park
    Jurassic Park is an American science fiction adventure film directed by Steve Spielberg. The budget of the film was around $63 million and it became the 17th movie with the total gross of $ 1 Billion. This film won 20 Awards including 3 Academy Awards.
  11. The Dark Knight
    Batman: The dark knight is a Superhero crime thriller movie in the direction of Christopher Nolan. It is a sequel to 2005 Batman’s beginning. It was a super Blockbuster hit of the year 2008 and grossed over 1 billion worldwide. The film received 8 nominations for Oscars in 8 different fields and received Award in best supporting character and best sound editing.
  12. The silence of the Lambs
    The Silence of the Lambs is an American movie of 1991 directed by Jonathan Demme. The star cast includes Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins, and Scott Glenn in lead roles and is an adaption of-of a novel by Ted Tally by the same name. This movie was felicitated Oscars In 5 categories including Best picture, Best actor, Best actress, Best direction and adapted screenplay. It was also the first Horror-thriller movie to be nominated for an Oscar.

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