The movie and films sector has been in existence for a long time.

Producers and directors had to do everything possible to produce award-winning films. This prompted the drawing of huge budgets.

To get great results and stand a chance at the box office a lot of money has to be used. From hiring renowned actors , special effects ,wardrode and a specific sound tracks.

Here is a list of the ten most expensive films to be ever made in the world.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – $378.5 million

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is the most expensive film ever made. It had great special effects, actors’ salaries and soundtracks.

The fourth installment in producing the Pirates of the Caribbean series pulled out all the stops, but it received a bad impression from fans.

It is said to have bought in just over a billion dollars less than the expected returns.

Despite the criticism it received, a fifth film, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, was made, with a $342 million.

The movie hit theaters on May 26, 2017.
Despite it being expensive, it was rated Rotten Tomatoes: 32%

Titanic – $295 million

In 1997, Titanic was the best thing ever seen on screen.

To date, it remains the best movie with the most Oscars won by just by a single film.

It comes in second, after Avatar, which is the highest-grossing ever made in history.

The Avatar was the most expensive movie made during its release, and even today, only two films cost more than it.
Rotten Tomatoes: 88%

Spiderman 3 – $294 million

Spider-Man 3 was the most expensive movie made, but it was the worst of the three spiderman movie releases.

Coming from the Legendary director Sam Raimi who started his directorship with low-budget horror films like The Evil Dead.

It makes people question if 300 million dollars was a budget he couldn’t handle. Spider-Man 3 was concluded to be the worst movie.

There were too many villains, many pale plot strands, too many romantic misunderstandings, and too many conversations, which had people question if it was spider-man.
Rotten Tomatoes: 63%

Tangled – $282 million

Tangled is an animated film that was quite expensive and still expensive.

The reason for it being costly was Rapunzel’s hair.

Software developers and animators took six years to create programs that would allow the acres of hair to move naturally and be perfect to match older Disney classics.

Their time and money were well spent, as the film was well-received by kids, critics, and adults alike.
Rotten Tomatoes: 89%

Avengers: Age of Ultron – $279 million

With each avengers movie, the cast grows, which increases their budget.

It prides itself with bringing in big names like Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, and Don Cheadle, who aren’t cheap — and that’s only naming a few of the well-accomplished actors.

Luckily, the Avengers always tops the charts at the box office, with this one bringing in well over a billion dollars.
Rotten Tomatoes: 75%

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince – $276 million

To produce movies like Harry Potter and Half-Blood Prince require a huge budget.

Although its predecessor, the Order of the Phoenix, was received with mixed reviews.

The Half-Blood prince was well received by critics and fans even though they were not impressed by the Harry Potter universe.

Kristian Lin, a known critic, wrote a complimentary review, which read, “Any movie that works as a spy thriller, a love story, and horror movie all at once is pretty remarkable.

You might say it takes a fair amount of wizardry.”
Rotten Tomatoes: 84%

John Carter – $272 million

John Carter is a Disney movie that has always been classified as their biggest mistake.

Disney has lost over $200 million and received serious criticism for the film’s lack of plot.

You can watch the movie, but no need as the preview tells you everything you need to know about the movie.

David Denby of the New Yorker was one of the critics who called it simply “A mess.”
Rotten Tomatoes: 51%

Waterworld – $267 million

Waterworld was the most expensive film ever made in 1995 and the biggest flop.

The critics and fans both said the plot was silly, the worst acting in history, but today, it has bounced bank and even elevated to cult status.

Waterworld is that movie termed as bad but a good movie.

Waterworld is so famous that At Universal Studios Japan, there is an attraction called “Waterworld: which is A Live Sea War Spectacular” that is still up and running today.
Rotten Tomatoes: 42%

Avatar – $261 million

Director James Cameron wrapped up filming Titanic in 1997, and after that, he set out to make a movie he’d been dreaming of making his whole life — Avatar.

In 2009 he released the much-hyped film, and it was making over $2 billion at the box office and quickly became the highest-grossing film of all time.

The movie proves not to be memorable or an all-time movie. It had no fan fiction, cosplay, or even excellent threads to elevate the more terrific film of all time.

Avatar vanished, but Cameron still has plans for three sequels.
Rotten Tomatoes: 83%

King Kong (2005) – $251 million

A movie with 187 minutes, audiences felt the 2005’s King Kong was too long to be enjoyed.

The movie had great established actors like Naomi Watts and Adrian Brody and great special effects.

The director Peter Jackson, enjoying the Lord of the Rings success, seems to have forgotten about editing.

Considering that Return of the King had a run time of 201 minutes, he was probably in the mindset that longer is better.
Rotten Tomatoes: 84%