One of the best movie genres that people enjoy today, is the epic movies. These movies are usually the highest-grossing movies of all time for obvious reasons. It is simply epic. From Middle-Earth to Ancient Rome, epic movies do not fail movie geeks from getting entertained from start to finish.
To honor the best epic movies of all time here are some of putlocker top ten best epic movies of all time in random order.
- The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring– Released in 2001, Warner Brothers and Newline Cinema brought to life JRR Tolkien’s masterpiece which earned $315.54-million worldwide. The film is starred by Elijah Wood, Vigo Mortensen, Orlando Bloom, Ian McKellen, Sean Bean, and Hugo Weaving, and directed by Peter Jackson.
- The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers: The second of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Two Towers was hailed to have the longest battle sequence in the movie history which lasted more than 30 minutes. It earned $342.55-million dollars worldwide after it was released in 2002.
- LotR: The Return of the King– Released in 2003, the last of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, it centers on the finale where Frodo was at the foot of Mount Doom to destroy the Ring of Power to put an end of Sauron’s tyranny over the world of men. It was the highest-earning movie of The Lord of the Rings trilogy with a whopping $377.85-million.
- Troy– In 2004, Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom, and Eric Bana starred in the real-life adaptation of Homer’s great epic centered on the assault of the city of Troy by the Greek army led by Achilles. Directed by Wolfgang Petersen, the movie grossed $133.38-million worldwide.
- Titanic– In 1997, James Cameron brought the tragic fate of the Titanic as well as putting a more elaborate story of the people who perished and survived the tragedy aboard the luxurious and humongous RMS Titanic. Starring Leonardo de Caprio, Kate Winslet, and Billy Zane, the film grossed a staggering $659.33-million worldwide.
- The Perfect Storm– In 2000, George Clooney led a band of commercial fishermen to the depths of Atlantic only to meet their fate when an intense storm caught them while having their regular fishing operation. Directed by Wolfgang Petersen, it also stared Mark Wahlberg and Diane Lane, the film grossed $182.62-million worldwide.
- Pearl Harbor– In 2001, Michael Bay brought to life the tragic and historic events that occurred on December 7, 1941, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Starring Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, and Kate Beckinsale, the movie grossed $198.54-million.
- Raiders of the Lost Ark– Indiana Jones, an adventurer played by Harrison Ford went on an epic adventure to uncover the mystery of the Ark of the Covenant in the film directed by Steven Spielberg. The film grossed $248.16-million.
- The Mummy– Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz teamed up to defeat an ancient Mummy who was awakened in this adventure directed by Stephen Sommers. It earned $155.25-million worldwide when it was released in 2000 worldwide.