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4 Best Movies of All Time Which Won Oscars


Movies are not only for entertainment but can also be a viable means of relaxation and unwinding. It can also be a time for bonding and sharing memories and long-lasting experiences.

Some movies have been acted with precision and perfection, and such performances deserve huge recognition. Such recognition can come as an award. When it comes to movie awards the most outstanding is called the Oscars award.

The Oscars which is also known as an Academy Award is an American movie industry that seeks to recognize individual brilliance and technical prowess among players in the Hollywood industry and beyond, founded on May 29th, 1929. Many regard the Oscars as the most prestigious and popular movie awards in existence.


The Oscars award is given by merit and only to movies, actors, actresses, and movie directors that deserve it. The Oscars are given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences(AMPAS). Let’s now briefly highlight and discuss some of the best movies that have been recognized at the Oscars, and they include the following:

  • TITANIC: The box office romantic movie called Titanic was released to critical acclaim. It went on to become one of the best romantic movies ever produced. Titanic had an astonishing total of 14 nominations at the Oscars. It won 11 of that nominations which is very commendable. The storyline of the movie follows a fleeing 17 years old girl from an aristocratic family who is pushed forced to marry against her wish in her bid to escape the forced marriage, boards a ship and it is on that ship that she met and fell in love with a poor traveling artist, and their love story began. Titanic is an interesting and intriguing romance movie that is so captivating and is also highly recommended for couples as it can be a good way to bond together.


  • GANDHI: Gandhi is a 1982 movie that portrayed the life and achievements of the legendary Indian leader and a great nationalist. The movie showcased how Gandhi was able to liberate his country from the shackles of British rule in a non-violent and peaceful manner. Gandhi was an advocate of peace, tolerance, and harmonious coexistence. The movie had an impressive total of 11 nominations at the Oscars, and it went on to win 8 of those nominations. The movie Gandhi is more of a documentary on the life and achievements of Gandhi. Most of these movies might not be available because of geo-restrictions, you can use a VPN extension for Firefox to enable you to access blocked content. VPN extension is used to protect your privacy and security when you are using public Wi-Fi and can also be used to access region-locked content.


  • BEN-HUR: Ben-Hur is a 1959 box-office, a blockbuster movie that is a must-watch, especially for younger generations who love watching classical movies. Ben-Hur upon its release in 1959 became an Instant cinema sensation because of the storyline of the movie and what it tried to portray. The movie is about a Jewish prince who had a close friend that became his confidant, but unfortunately, this closes friend of his betrayed his trust and sold him into slavery. Filled with despair and anger the Jewish looks for means of regaining his freedom in order to take revenge on his friend that betrayed him. The movie had a total of 12 Oscars nominations, winning an impressive 11 out of the 12 nominations. The movie is an action thriller that is filled with suspense, betrayal, love, hatred, and revenge. It is a good option for a picnic movie as it has a good lesson to teach anyone that watches it.
  • THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RETURN OF THE KING: This 2003 is among the highest-grossing movie at the Oscars award in terms of nominations and subsequent winning. The movie has an astonishing 11 awards at the Oscars, winning all of them which is a very laudable and commendable achievement. The “Return of the king” is an installment of the popular and widely accepted movie franchise “the Lord of the rings”. This particular installment has a unique and Intriguing storyline that centers on Gandalf and Aragorn being the frontiers of the world of men as they lead the way against the army of Sauron, as he tries to draw his gaze from the courageous Frodo and Sam as they get to the infamous mount Doom while having the one ring.

In conclusion, most of the movies mentioned here are classic movies with scintillating storylines that can bring back nostalgic feelings. Which is even more reason for you to go see them if you haven’t.