Do you want to know what the 10 most popular movies of all time are? Movies entertain us, make us cry, sad, scared and overjoyed. When a movie has any of these feelings, it’s the makings of a great movie. Listed below in no particular order are the most popular movies of all time. 

  1. Who could ever forget the 1982 children’s movie “ET The Extra Terrestrial.”  This movie had children and adults glued to the screen.  ET stranded on earth, almost died and took his child friend flying through the sky on a bicycle before heading back home.

  2. In 1997 came “Titanic,” a truly inspiring love at first sight love story despite a sinking ship. Two star-crossed lovers on a sinking ship destined to be together. Would they make it? Watch the movie to find out.

  3. “The Passion Of The Christ” in 2004 sent movie viewers into tears with the death of Jesus. This movie bought the Bible to life watching the period leading up to Jesus' death. There was not a dry eye in the audience.

  4. Looking back to 1994, “Forrest Gump” was on the screen. He was right when he stated, “Life is like a box of chocolates.” Forrest proved anything is possible when you set your mind to it.

  5. “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” hit the screen in 2009 giving the viewers a first hand look at a struggling Edward learning how to deal with being a vampire. Viewers were hooked from the first “bite.”

  6. Vampire lovers got their bloods desire when “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” hit the big screen in 2010.  Twilight is all about good versus evil vampire. Viewers were on the edge of their seat and fell in love with Edward Cullen a good-looking vampire.

  7. Looking back to 1990, “Home Alone” gave movie viewers a laugh and a half when a young boy was left “home alone” by accident. On the bright side of things, he helped catch a couple robbers.

  8. Al the way back in 1973 came a long a young girl who could turn her head all the way around and talk in weird voices. She was possessed by the demons from hell in what some say was a spine chilling movie event that will never be forgot called “The Exorcist.”

  9. In 1990, the movie “Ghost” had viewers crying from the death of a young man who should never have died. In the end, he got his revenge by seeking the help of a woman who was a fake physic. On the other hand, could she really be physic?

  10. Back in 1939, “Gone With The Wind” set hearts on fire. A truly sweet and sad look at the lives and hardships of that period.