Even if she doesn’t win an Oscar for Best Actress for her performance in “Silver Linings Playbook,”…
Eighty percent of the films in the top 50 highest grossing films of all-time were released after 2000, while no film prior to 1977 appears in the rankings because ticket-price inflation isn’t considered. To me, that’s not an accurate historical representation of which movies were most popular. So, after some digging, I found a chart based on data from boxofficemojo.com that ranks films using figures adjusted for ticket-price inflation, based on total box-office receipts. With Hollywood intent on the bottom line, it wouldn’t hurt major studios to consider remaking, modernizing, or “rebooting” these titles. Unless you’re a diehard film buff or are old enough to have actually seen these in the theater, chances are you’ve never heard of these cinematic sensations. See the list after the jump!