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15 Critically Acclaimed Movies Everyone Hates Now

Movies often capture the hearts and minds of audiences and critics alike when they first hit the big screen, showered with accolades and box office success. 

When it was first released, “The Birth of a Nation” was heralded for its innovative cinematic techniques and narrative achievements. Directed by D.W. Griffith, it was one of the first films to be screened in the White House.

The Birth of a Nation” (1915)

“American Beauty” won several Oscars, including Best Picture, and was praised for its artful critique of suburban life and mesmerizing performances, especially by Kevin Spacey.

“American Beauty” (1999)

Initially lauded for its bold approach to the complexities of racial tension in Los Angeles, “Crash” surprisingly won the Academy Award for Best Picture. 

“Crash” (2004)

This classic film is known for its sweeping narratives and remarkable production value, and it remains one of the highest-grossing films when adjusted for inflation. 

“Gone with the Wind” (1939)

James Cameron’s “Avatar” was once a box office behemoth that impressed audiences worldwide with its groundbreaking 3D technology and visual effects.

“Avatar” (2009)

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