Movies are bound to be made every year and some of them get the attention of the award giving bodies all over the world. Most of these movies have a special theme or have a powerful message to convey into the audience. These movies often have a cohesive theme as well as a solid acting from all the actors that play in the movie. One of the most prestigious award giving body all over the world is the Academy Awards or more commonly known as the Oscar Awards. It is held every year and nominate movies from the previous year.
The most awarded movie of all time category might be up for debate considering there are three movies that have won a staggering number of 11 wins. The movies include Ben-hur, Titanic, and Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. Each of these films were nominated for Best Picture and have won the award but only one of the three were able to snag each and every award that it was nominated in therefore making it the most awarded movie of all time. The title goes to The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was nominated 11 different categories and won every single category it was nominated in. Titanic was nominated for 14 categories but only won 11 of which. Ben-hur on the other hand was nominated for 12 but only won 11. This technically make The Return of the King as the successful of all three movies with the most award since the movie was able to grab each and every category it was nominated in.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is a continuation of the series and the third and final installment of the Lord of the Rings series. It continues the ongoing struggle of the people of Middle Earth against the forces of darkness led by Sauron as well as the forces of Mordor. Gandalf, Theoden, Aragorn and his friends try to fend off the incoming forces as they try to hold on to the last beacon of hope for humankind in the capital city of Minas Tirith while Frodo and his friend, Sam continue their quest to destory the One Ring in to the fires of Mount Doom to end the war. The movie portrayed the strength of each character as well as the endurance of friendship and camaraderie.
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was a box office hit as well as a critically acclaimed movie. The film earned more than 1 billion US dollars in its entire run and it was the seventh highest grossing film of all time and the highest grossing film of 2003. It is also the highest grossing film of the series as well. It was also the second film to earn more than $1 billion in the history of movies.