Though every Avengers film blew up the box office, none was quite as critically and commercially successful as the final installment in the series. Avengers: Endgame has the heroes teaming back together in an attempt to reverse the destruction Thanos has let out over the world. Their plan: to reverse time and collect the Infinity Stones before he can. Playing with fate, however, doesn’t come without its consequences.
Endgame became the highest-grossing film of all time soon after its release. Its blockbuster action, dazzling special effects, and emotion-driven journey made for one unforgettable conclusion.
Seven Samurai (1954)
The oldest film to show up on this list is 1954’s Japanese drama Seven Samurai. Taking place in 1586 during the Sengoku period, a village of farmers enlist a group of samurai to defend their crops from the thieves who try to steal them.Fans loved the interesting story and well-staged action sequences. It was a huge influence on the films that came after it, and not just in Japan, but internationally. The Magnificent Seven (1960) most closely replicates the story of the Seven Samurai.
Star Wars IV-A new hope(1977)
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, Star Wars acquired a huge fan following that lives on today. None of this could have happened had the inaugural film, A New Hope, not been released. The 1977 sci-fi space opera has Luke Skywalker and Han Solo teaming up to pilot the Millennium Falcon. Their goal: to rescue Princess Leia and save the Galaxy, which is under the control of the evil Darth Vader and the Empire.
The creative world-building, visually impressive action, and engaging characters had fans wanting to see even more. Of course, that’s exactly what they got.
The highest-rated animated film on this list is none other than the 2001 Japanese fantasy, Spirited Away. Studio Ghibli’s iconic coming-of-age story tells of a 10-year-old girl whose parents mysteriously transform into pigs after they stumble into an old amusement park. With the help of a figure name Haku, she must figure out how to turn her parents human again and escape the spirit world in the process.
With beautiful hand-drawn animations, a dreamy soundtrack, and an unforgettable story, Spirited Away remains a stand-out.
This 2014 epic sci-fi film catches up with the Earth in the future, and it’s deteriorating due to the dying crops and frequent dust storms. Hoping to save humanity from extinction, a NASA physicist plans on transporting the population to a new planet. Before this happens, however, a team of researches must journey through a wormhole to scout out a new place to call home.
Interstellar received praise in many areas including its direction, social themes, visual effects, acting, and musical score. Additionally, its big concept ideas impressed critics.
Star Wars: Episode V-The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
Though critics of the time tended to prefer the original Star Wars, most contemporary fans claim this installment to be their favorite. With a thrilling narrative and even bigger special effects, this comes as no surprise.
The Lord of the Rings:The two towers(2002)
The Lord of the Rings trilogy, based on the classic J. R. R. Tolkien books of the same name, performed well on the big screen. In the second of these films, The Two Towers, hobbits Frodo and Sam are joined by Gollum as they continue to journey toward Mordor where they hope to rid of the One Ring. Meanwhile, Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli face King Theoden, who is trapped under the spell of the evil Saruman. The epic fantasy’s emotional, action-packed story left fans excited for the coming finale.
The Lord of the Rings :The fellowship of the ring (2001)
If you journey away from the fantasy genre and more toward the sci-fi side of things, you’ll find this 2010 action film about a thief who steals people’s secrets by sneaking into their subconscious. Though Dom is skilled at this, he is soon forced to try something new—planting an idea in someone’s mind—o avoid punishment from his crimes.
With dazzling visuals, a crafty script, and rising tension, Inception made viewers’ dreams come true. The strong cast elevated the narrative even more.
The lord of the rings:The return of the King (2003)
The highest-rated adventure film of all time is none other than the final installment in the Lord of the Rings series. 2003’s The Return of the King has Frodo and Sam finally reaching the location at which they plan to destroy the One Ring. Meanwhile, Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, and the others prepare for the final battle against Sauron in Minas Tirith.
The movie’s genuine emotion and stunning visuals had it earning high praise. It won all eleven Academy Awards it was nominated for, including that of Best Picture.
Personally, I think lord of the rings is still the best till now, you can share your thoughts in the comments section.