The Oscar-winning movies are mostly the best movies of all time, and they are a collection of the best screenplay, the best story, and the best cinematography. If you are one of those movie freaks who don't miss watching a good film, then you should never miss these masterpieces. 


Every year, the best and brightest of Hollywood come together in one place to see what's best among them. It is one star-studded event to celebrate their greatest achievements, and there, the greatest take prizes home. They are undoubtedly the standard bar setters for sorting the good movies from the bad. 


AT FAYVO, we always appreciate good watches. Be it horror movies, superheroes, comedy series, or anything interesting; we always try to present you with the best recommendations. So, here we choose the best Oscar-winning movies of all time.

Without further ado, let's create our next favorites list. 





In a year of COVID and minimal moviegoing, it was unpredictable to say who'll win the next prestigious award. But Chloé Zhao's movie, Nomadland, was able to maintain its frontrunner status for six months. It was a clean sweep for other movies at that time. The audience responded to its warmth, the scenic beauty of the U.S. Southwest. It was about empathizing with people who live in their vehicles. The lead character, Frances McDormand, also won her third best actress trophy.


A Beautiful Mind:



Based on the life of John Forbes Nash Jr. and the biography of the same name, the movie is a must-watch for all, at least once. The film stars Russell Crow, and we see the story of a brilliant but antisocial mathematician and his battle with mental illness. It highlights the mental health care that we all need to consider today. 


The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King:



This movie has three interesting parts, and the third part is Jackson's adaptation of Tolkien's epic that presents the final confrontation between the forces of good and evil. It is a fiction movie that shows some noble humans fighting for Middle-earth.


Slumdog Millionaire:



An Indian addition to the list is Slumdog Millionaire. In the movie, we see an 18-year-old answering questions on a popular TV show, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." The guy didn't have a very privileged life. From his early life as part of a stable of thieves to the small jobs he does until he lands on the TV program; you are presented with the full curve of triumph and suffering.


The Shape of Water:



This Oscar-winning movie is about a mute woman who is working as a cleaning lady at a high-security government lab. The film was set in 1962, and the twist comes when people at the lab discover its classified secret: a scaled creature from South America that lives in a water tank. The lady protects the creature as a friend and learns that his fate may lie in her hands.


Around the World in 80 Days:



The movie is so famously loved that audiences recommended watching it again and again. It is a fun-packed entertainment that hasn't aged in years. Around the World in 80 Days was released back in 2004 and held many iconic scenes. It has a bullfighting scene, being appreciated by (almost) everyone, and it's maybe only the third or fourth biggest scene in the film. It's over-the-top, busting-out-at-the-seams entertainment and, yes, worth watching.





The one classy movie that every 90s adult and kid loved alike is Titanic. The movie Titanic is as mighty and unwieldy as the boat it's named after. We see the emotional and royal tale of Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet). They are two mismatched young people in love and on a date with destiny. It's hard to explain what a big deal Titanic was and how it seemed doomed to failure and then, inexplicably, became a global sensation.


The Godfather Part II:



A sequel to The Godfather won the award in 1974. It is a movie that contrasts the life of the Corleone father and son, tracing the problems of Michael in 1958 to those of Vito in 1917. They are assigned to solve the mystery as they navigate the criminal underbelly of their world.





A Roman emperor's son gets angry when his father names his favorite general as his heir. And there starts the war of thrones. The son kills his father and plans the murder of the general's family. 





The movie has amazing cinematography, and there are good performances in this ensemble drama. The Crash movie has Don Cheadle as a weary detective and Michael Peña as a hardworking father. White-collar criminals are recruited by the secretary of the treasury to prevent a cyber-attack that would upset the world's economy.