There have been numerous awards given to many films. Still, there have been editions in the past that have been utterly dominated by a single picture.
The Oscar is one of the most notable honors in the film industry, particularly in America. The Academy Awards have forced themselves arrogantly throughout the history of the seventh art, becoming a yearly event that no fan can miss.
So here are the Top 10 Movies with the most Oscar Wins.
Milo Forman, a Czechoslovak novelist who has always been admired by American film, receives recognition with Amadeus.
After One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest became so popular, Forman again won the prize for the outstanding director.
Oscar nominations: 11 Oscar wins: 8
Slumdog Millionaire (2008)
One of the most recent movies to assemble many statuettes is Danny Boyle’s stunning work, which has practically collected many accolades.
Jamal’s crazy tale, which he shared with many other Indian boys, charmed viewers and reviewers and earned him coveted prizes.
Oscar nominations: 10 Oscar wins: 8
Let’s start with a popular musical. Gigi wins nine Oscars, including the best picture award, during a heyday for musicals.
The movie, adapted from a Colette novel, was extremely well-liked when it came out and is now highly regarded by fans of the genre.
Oscar Nominations: 9 Oscar wins: 9
The Last Emperor (1987)
The Last Emperor, a masterwork of Bernardo Bertolucci’s cinema, became an instant hit worldwide after its premiere.
One of the pinnacles of modern cinema, the movie depicted the real life of the last Chinese emperor. It was honored by the Academy with 9 statuettes.
Oscar nominations: 9 Oscar wins: 9
The English Patient (1996)
The English Patient charmed the Academy judges in 1997. It was a huge hit when it was first released.
Willem Dafoe, Juliette Binoche, and Ralph Fiennes all gave standout performances in Anthony Minghella’s picture, which is set in Tuscany.
Oscar nominations: 12 Oscar wins: 9
West Side Story (1961)
One of the most significant and beautiful musicals in movie history, West Side Story is the only movie to have (so far) garnered 10 Oscar nominations.
The movie became an immediate American cinema classic due to its genuine popular appeal. The Steven Spielberg-directed version from last year is more proof of this situation.
Oscar nominations: 11 Oscar wins: 10
Ben-Hur, a timeless masterpiece that epitomizes the age of American Colossals, should be viewed at least once in one’s lifetime.
Guarantee the movie’s massive success, which has made it one of the most recognizable and beloved works of its genre in modern times, dominance on Oscars night was essentially a given.
Oscar nominations: 12 Oscar wins: 11
We’re back with a title that has recently become incredibly popular. With an astonishing 11 statuettes, Titanic was one of the most adored movies to sweep the Oscars.
An achievement that, many years previously, had only been accomplished by Ben-Hur. James Cameron’s film is still beloved today, thanks to a young Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.
Oscar nominations: 14 Oscar wins: 11
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
The magnificent conclusion to Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy serves as our final representative motion picture.
The Return of the King has won 11 Oscars, adding to the impressive success of two previous installments. This is the saga’s last celebration, and The Return of the King is the latest movie to win this many awards overall.
Oscar nominations: 11 Oscar wins: 11