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ten most expensive movies of all the time

Updated on November 1, 2009


A Movie consists of individual motion pictures,& is produced by recording images from the surrounding with cameras, or by creating images using animation techniques or some visual effects. A camera is invented in 1600. The art of making movies was also start near 1790.

There are million of movies which were produced and watched by the people. Hundreds of film industries are working for their best but I will tell you about the most expensive bollywood movies of all the time & the cost which is beared by them.

This is a non-definitive list of the most expensive films ever :-

1.      Pirates of the Caribbean – At World’s End
This is the most expensive movie which costs near about 315 million $. It becomes much famous because of the background colorful settings and costumes used by the artists. It was released in 2007.

2. Cleopatra
This movie is the second expensive movie with a total cost of 314 million $. This movie didn’t lasts a positive impression on box office because it was flop. It was produced in 1963.







3. Superman Returns
This is ranked 3rd in the expensive film lists which has a total cost of 295 million $ .It was released in 2006 and was a block buster of its time.










4. Titanic
It was ranked 4th  expensive and its cost went up to 273 million $ . It was Released in 1997 and was a super hit till a long time. This movie also broke many records and won many oscar awards. 









5. Spider Man 3
This was thought a biggest hit of year 2007 but didn’t get as much response as the first two films of this series. Its total cost reached near about 273 million $. 









6. Water world
This movie is released in 1995 and its story is pretty different from a regular movie. That’s why 252 million $ were spend on it. Most part of this film is water under ground.





7. Terminator 3 – Rise of the Machines
This movie is ranked 7th in the list of most expensive movies. Its cost increased due some special effects used in this movie. It was released in 2003 came to a total cost of $238 million.






8. King Kong
This super movie was filmed on a big ape like animal & released all over the world in the year 2005.its cost reaches near about 232 million $.





9. Spider-Man 2
This movie was a big release of the year 2004.Its cost shot up to 231 million $. This movie also break many records. The main expenditure of this movie is special effects used in the whole movie.







10. Quantum of Solace
QUANTUM OF SOLACE was Released in 2008. This movie is a sequel of most famous detective character named JAMES BOND. Its total cost including all expenditure reaches near about 230 million $.


This information is in best of my knowledge & a slight difference in costs of movies should be neglect. Thanks


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      9 years ago

      The funny thing about most of these movies is that I really didn't like them that much.


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