There are many movies that have achieved great success, but some of them have stood the test of time and remain among the highest grossing films of all time. Some of these movies include Titanic, Doctor Zhivago, Avengers: Assemble, and Endgame. These movies have been able to stand the test of time, and the audience’s love of these movies has resulted in many of them becoming timeless classics. TitanicTitanic is one of the highest grossing films of all time, and with good reason. It struck a chord with moviegoers around the world. Although it was not the Twilight of its era, it was very popular with people of all ages and genders. And director James Cameron, a very masculine man, wrote it as he would have wanted to watch it himself. And while there were some controversies surrounding the ending, it’s undeniable that it has become a beloved classic. This enchantment has led to a cult status, and even people who might not normally patronize movies, make a point to watch Titanic. Titanic has been remade several times. It is currently the top grossing movie of all time, and it has grossed more than $2.2 billion worldwide. Titanic was re-released in 1997, and its domestic total is currently $659 million, making it the seventh highest grossing movie of all time. Although it has not been a popular film in recent years, it did still make history. It was the first film to make a billion dollars, and there are only 50 films that have ever done this. Titanic was the highest grossing movie of all time for 12 years. It is now followed by Avatar: The Way of the Water and Avengers: Infinity War. Doctor ZhivagoReleased in 1965, “Doctor Zhivago” has remained one of the highest grossing movies of all-time. It is a story of love, loss, and doom during the Russian Revolution. While the film received mixed reviews from critics during its initial run, it has since become a classic in the genre. David Lean’s epic adaptation of the classic novel by Boris Pasternak was a huge box-office hit upon its release. Though the film was met with mixed reviews, it ended up being Lean’s biggest film, and the highest grossing movie of all time, when adjusted for inflation. The movie’s love triangle is based on Pasternak’s real-life conflict, which also inspired the film. Pasternak considered the completed work a romantic novel, but the Soviet Union refused to publish it due to its implicit criticism of the aftermath of the Russian Revolution. Lean was not the original director of photography for the film. He had an argument with Lean, and eventually was replaced by Freddie Young. The film was filmed in Soria, Romania, and the Varykino estate in the Russian countryside. Avengers: EndgameThe first weekend of Avengers: Endgame was one of the best in the history of moviegoing, earning $1.2 billion at the box office, which makes it the 17th or 18th highest grossing movie of all time. However, this movie isn’t out of the woods yet, as it’s expected to finish the weekend with $1.210 billion, just $4 million shy of the previous record holder, Iron Man 3, which is currently #17 on the worldwide box office charts. It will need an extra boost to surpass its expectations to break the $1 billion mark, and even then, it’s still a long way from that goal. The first Avengers film, Iron Man 3, made $1.3 billion worldwide, and Avengers: Infinity War was another blockbuster. Though the second film was short of the first, it still managed to become the second highest grossing film of all time. It also received an Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects. But, despite the incredible success of the first film, Endgame couldn’t quite match its predecessor’s record-breaking performance, earning a mere seventy-five percent Tomatometer rating. Ultimately, the film wasn’t able to match the success of its predecessor, and it lost the summer of 2015 to Jurassic World. Another superhero movie, The Dark Knight Rises, has been overshadowed by Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The film was one of the highest grossing films of all time, but it has been eclipsed by the sequel The Dark Knight. The first two films grossed $975.1 million domestically. In terms of worldwide sales, the second film came in at a slightly higher price than The Dark Knight. Avengers: AssembleAvengers: Assemble has surpassed the 2008 superhero film The Dark Knight to become the highest grossing movie of all time. The film is now averaging over $1bn worldwide, and is set to surpass all three Spider-Man films. It also beat out Captain America: The First Avenger, which took in $364 million, and Thor, which made $449 million. The film is on course to break the record for highest opening weekend at the box office in America, where it is expected to make up to $150 million this weekend. Marvel Studios has made several movies based on the Avengers franchise, and the latest movie is the culmination of the Phase One movies. The film stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Cobie Smulders, Samuel L. Jackson, and more. It grossed more than $1.5 billion worldwide, which is quite an achievement for an ensemble cast. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is now the highest-grossing movie franchise, with a total worldwide box office revenue of over $25 billion U.S. dollars. As of June 2022, Avengers: Endgame surpassed Infinity War as the highest-grossing movie of all time, earning more than $1.2 billion. In addition, the franchise has the highest average gross per production rate in the history of the film industry, surpassing “Avatar” by ten percent. Iron Man 3″Iron Man 3″ is the third film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It is the first solo Marvel film to gross more than $1 billion. The film was directed by Shane Black, who improved on the comedic tone of the previous two Avengers movies, and explores Tony Stark’s identity as Iron Man after Loki’s attack on New York City. Many fans enjoyed this film, but others criticized its plot, which included the Mandarin. Iron Man 3 was one of the biggest films of the year, earning nearly $200 million in its opening weekend. The film’s audience was diverse, with 55 percent being over 25 and 61 percent male. Families, couples and teenagers accounted for nearly twenty percent of the audience. The film is expected to break the $1 billion mark in its global box office, which is an impressive achievement. The film was an enthralling finale to the series of Avengers movies. It was the first time that two major comic book movies came together in such a way. Movies had collided in the past, but never to this extent. The result was a fantastically funny movie with an action-packed finale. The film featured a famous 360-degree shot of the heroes, with the Alan Silvestri theme playing in the background. Spider-Man: Far From HomeThe latest Spider-Man movie is one of the highest grossing movies of this generation. In the first weekend alone, the movie earned more than $1 billion at the worldwide box office. The co-production between Sony and Disney has become one of the most successful franchises in history. While “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” was the last film to top $1 billion, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is already Sony’s highest grossing film. Spider-Man: Far From Home is a sequel to the 2017 film Spider-Man: Homecoming. This film follows Tom Holland’s Spider-Man character and takes him to Europe, where he meets Nick Fury, Mysterio, and Samuel L. Jackson. A sequel to “Far From Home” is expected and Holland has already said he would be up for the role again. The movie opened with $191 million worldwide, which was the eighth highest opening ever. It also became the 14th movie to hit the half-billion mark domestically and the ninth to cross the $1 billion mark overseas. The Dark KnightThe Dark Knight is a superhero film that has become one of the most successful films of all time. It has broken a number of box office records including being the fastest movie ever to break the $300 million mark in the U.S. and Canada. It broke the previous record of 16 days set by Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. In fact, The Dark Knight broke this record in just three days. It also broke the record for the highest grossing movie ever released in Imax. It earned $55 million in its first run alone, and it has since become one of the highest grossing films ever. Its audience is slightly older and male. The film has become the standard for superhero movies and has paved the way for more movies about Batman. Its dark depiction of the iconic character has made it one of the most successful films in the genre. The film also became the highest grossing movie of 2008, grossing over $998 million worldwide. Heath Ledger won a posthumous Oscar for his role in the film. The Dark Knight was produced by David O. Selznick, and it was distributed by Metro-Golwyn-Mayer. It starred Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, and Olivia de Havilland. It has been one of the highest grossing movies of all times in North America.