The Oscar Awards are considered worldwide as the yardstick for a significant part of the population when it comes to the quality of movies. The average viewer is usually guided by the recommendations that the Hollywood Academy awards in the form of awards.
And it is that, normally, the best movies in history usually have a large number of statuettes and awards behind them. For this reason, we wanted to review over the years to remember the classics that triumphed at the most prestigious international movie awards. Don’t miss the full list of movies on eheyo.com.
The Oscars remain in the same hands in search of those lucky winners who know very well how to impress. The best actors, directors or movies in the history of the Oscars have taken home almost all the big prizes. Take note of the 10 movies that have the most statuettes in their possession.
The movies with the most Oscars in history
‘Titanic’ (1997) – 11 Oscar
‘Ben – Hur’ (1959) – 11 Oscars
The movies with the most nominations in the history of the Oscars
‘La La Land’ (2016) – 14 nominations
The musical movie set in 1950s Hollywood became a box office hit throughout 2017, earning a total of 14 Academy nominations. The third to reach this number of awards that left us with one of the most awkward and unexpected moments of the Oscars when Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty mistakenly awarded the Best Picture award to Damien Chazelle’s movie instead of Moonlight. A fatal error that will remain for the memory.
‘All About Eve’ (1950) – 14 nominations
The first place on this list is occupied by ‘All About Eve’. The movie directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz got a total of 14 Oscar nominations of which he got a total of six. There will always be the memory of Margo Channing’s magnificent performance in the role of Eva and her ability to dazzle anyone who comes across her path.
‘Titanic’ (1997) – 14 nominations
In addition to being one of the most awarded, ‘Titanic’ can be defined as one of the three movies with the most nominations in history. James Cameron is quite an expert to be at the top of the record rankings, since his movie is also among the three with the highest grossing in theaters.
‘The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring’ (2001) – 13 nominations
The trilogy based on Tolkien’s books appears on the list again, this time with the first of its three movies. ‘The Fellowship of the Ring’ was the presentation of a series of productions that marked an entire generation. On this occasion, James Cameron only got four Oscars (best photography, best soundtrack, best visual effects and best makeup) but he laid the foundations to finish succeeding with ‘The Two Towers’ and ‘The Return of the King’ where he did get the Oscar for Best Movies.
Other renowned movies that reached this figure were: ‘Gone with the Wind’ (1939), ‘From Here to Eternity (1953), ‘Mary Poppins’ (1964), ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ (1966), ‘Forrest Gump’ (1994), ‘Shakespeare in Love’ (1998) and ‘Chicago ‘2002′.