A comprehensive List of best of all Oscar-winning movies is included here. These are the Oscar-winning movies [VIDEO] that are deemed by the audience as the "best movies of all time." If a film is on this list, then rest assured, it is one of the finest films ever made.

Each year, the Academy of Motion Picture of Arts and Sciences distinguishes Hollywood filmmakers for numerous achievements inside the industry. The number of Oscars that each movie receives depicts how good the movie was. However, it can also be determined by luck and the quality of the other movies that were released that year.

'Titanic' - The movie which made us all applaud and cry at the same time

Ever since its first arrival in 1997, "Titanic," experienced a monster hit whilst continuing to be one of the uppermost-grossing movies of all time.

This academy reward flick appears to have created a magical impression amongst viewers as boys could gloss correctly over the romance as well as focus on the action while girls focussed on the swoon-worthy love story.

'12 Years a Slave' (2013)

The "Steve McQueen-directed movie" meets the standards of prowess necessary. It makes viewers see things in a novel way. The movie upends many biases around slavery, 19th-century life, and human nature. John Ridley scripted it from Solomon Northup’s reminiscences, resulting in an incredible experience.

'The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King' (2003)

2003 was an excellent year for visual effect movies like "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King." I must say that this academy rewarded film is the finest flick, offering astonishing visual experiences, all ascribed to Peter Jackson who has made one of the premium written pieces of our era into a typical epic.

'The Best Years of Our Lives' (1946)

In 1946, Producer Samuel Goldwyn wanted to do a movie around WWII experts re-adjusting to life back home, long before anybody distinguished the term PTSD. However, director William Wyler plus writer Robert Sherwood (acclimating MacKinlay Kantor’s novel) got it off just fine. The movie was overwhelming and the performance of Harold Russell was extraordinary.

'Casablanca' (1942)

Major studios in the 1930s cranked out numerous unmemorable films but occasionally magic occurred. This movie has been a fan-beloved film for 75 years. This was because of the sterling work of producer Hal Wallis, authors Howard Koch as well as the Epstein brothers (Julius plus Philip). It was directed by Michael Curtiz, and in addition, it had stars Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman.

'Lawrence of Arabia' (1962)

Scripted by Robert Bolt plus Michael Wilson, as well as directed by David Lean, this is one of the maximum physically lovely films ever made. The WWI-set saga, which blends world politics with a deeply compound character [VIDEO], would work well in home viewing.

'The Godfather' (1972): Best gangster movie of all time

Hollywood has completed hundreds of gangster movies but Francis Ford Coppola’s direction plus script (with writer Mario Puzo) took the type to an entirely another level. The Corleone saga, rich in detail plus characters, prospers as a mob movie, and a family drama, as well as a symbol of big business.