The most successful films ever made, adjusted for inflation
Based loosely on the imaginary friend Speilberg created when his parents divorced, E.T. is an enduring tale of friendship and courage. The Beard's most wholesome flick struck box office gold.
The story of Maria and the von Trapp family struck a chord with audiences worldwide, becoming the highest grossing movie of all time upon its release, bagging five Oscars to boot.
The 22nd movie in the MCU climaxed with the eponymous superheroes' battle with Thanos. It took only five days to pass the $1 billion mark.
The film that launched a franchise like no other, A New Hope sees Luke Skywalker take on the Galactic Empire in an attempt to rescue Princess Leia. Few films have ever had such an impact on Hollywood.
James Cameron recreated the final voyage of the fateful Titanic in this breathtaking blockbuster. Not only did it capture a record 11 Oscars, it became the first film to ever make over $1 billion at the box office.
Another groundbreaking adventure from Cameron, and a movie that spearheaded the (albeit brief) rise of 3D films, creating a cinematic experience like no other when it was first released.
Set during the American Civil War, this is the quintessential love story of the Golden Era of Hollywood. Its depicitions of race are problematic, but it remains a part of cinema history.
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