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Your Five: Favorite Box Office Behemoths

AvatarConsidering the highest grossing film of all time arrived on DVD and Blu-ray this week, I thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the other highest grossing films of all time to try to determine which ones are really our favorites. Sure, Avatar made more money than The Dark Knight and The Twilight Saga: New Moon, but if all three films were up against one another – would Avatar really win out?

Once again I'm returning to the "Your Five" format for this one, because I feel it's more about you than it is about me. I want to know which box office behemoths deserved to take home more money than they did, and which made a little too much than it should've. I decided to list the top 15 highest grossing films of all time (domestic), and from there I chose the five films I thought were the best. I'm using the domestic chart and not the worldwide because the domestic has more variety.
The top 15 highest grossing films of all time (domestic)
1.       Avatar
2.       Titanic
3.       The Dark Knight
4.       Star Wars
5.       Shrek 2
6.       E.T.
7.       Star Wars: Episode I
9.       Spider-Man
13.   Spider-Man 2
34. (Alternate) The Twilight Saga: New Moon (but only because I know a lot of you are fans)
My five favorite box office behemoths
1.       Star Wars
2.       The Dark Knight
3.       Jurassic Park
4.       Spider-Man 2
5.       Avatar
Now it's your turn. Check out this list of the top 15 highest grossing films of all time, then let us know which five are your favorite. Does the movie with the most money also have the most amount of fans? Let's find out…
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