There are some films that never get old. You watch it the first time and you like it but even if you watch the hundredth time, the feeling of first-time rushed down. They give you nostalgia, excitement, happiness, and comfort. One of the amazing things about movies is that they last forever. Movies are always available to watch, unchanged, at any time. Granted, in the post-Blockbuster era, this has gotten more difficult, but everyone has a collection of new films they watch over and over. That is why we have brought you a list of most re-watchable movies.
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Leonard is on the hunt for the man who raped and killed his wife. However, the difficulty in locating his wife’s killer is exacerbated. As he suffers from a rare and incurable form of memory loss. Leonard can recall details from his life before the accident. But he can’t recall is what happened fifteen minutes ago, where he’s going, or why.
Memento was Christopher Nolan’s first directorial effort in the company of his brother Jonathan Nolan. The film turned out to be the best version of Nolan’s world. The story has all the elements of smartness and tension with charismatic acting and expert plotting. It turned out to be Nolan’s most clever film ever.
Titanic was the White Star Line’s pride and joy, and it was the largest moving object ever built at the time. She was the most luxurious liner of her time, the “ship of dreams,”. However, she eventually carried over 1,500 people to their deaths in the icy cold waters of the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912.
James Cameron made Titanic in the best aesthetic way possible. The almost real tragedy is with the saddest endings ever. In today’s world of meaningless gimmicks and short attention spans, the film is a massive, thrilling three-and-a-quarter-hour experience. It unerringly draws viewers into the beauty and heartbreak of its lost world. Amazing technological advances worked in creating this one spectacular illusion.
3. 10 Things I Hate About You
Kat Stratford is attractive, intelligent, and unpleasant to most of her peers, therefore she doesn’t attract many suitors. Unfortunately for Bianca, family rules prohibit her from dating until Kat has a boyfriend, so strings are pulled to put the dour damsel in distress up for a romance. Soon after, Kat meets Patrick Verona, a dashing newcomer. Kat finds her defences down long enough and falls for Patrick’s smooth charm.
Gil Junger’s 10 Things I Hate About You is loosely based on Shakespeare’s play The Taming Of The Shrew. More than acting as a breeding ground for a new generation of stars, the film is remembered with the addition of a fantastic comedy. Even if someone is not a usual fan of romantic comedies, but can enjoy this one. It retains all of the typical tropes while also featuring intelligent characters filled with fun. It benefits from Shakespeare’s source material as well as excellent performances by Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger.
4. Shaun Of The Dead
Shaun is a 30-year-old loser who lives a boring, easy life. When not working at the electronics store, he lives in a small flat on the outskirts of London with his slovenly best friend, Ed. Liz, Shaun’s girlfriend, is the only unpredictable element in his life. Liz longs for Shaun to mature and become a man. When the town becomes inexplicably overrun with zombies, Shaun steps up to the plate and protects both Liz and his mother.
Shaun Of The Dead is what we can call is “zomromcom” in a spectacular feat of cinema. The film deserves to be rewatch because of its impeccable craftivity. Every camera movement is deliberate, and every line of dialogue is perfectly timed, resulting in a sensory-stimulating viewing experience.
5. The Social Network
A Harvard undergrad with genius computer knowledge, Mark Zukerberg works on a social concept in the year 2003. Hence, the research results in forming a global social network called Facebook. After the successful six years, Zuckerberg’s successful life comes to halt when he finds himself stuck into professional as well as personal complications. He ends up getting two lawsuits against his company and one of them from his former friend, Eduardo Saverin.
The Social Network directed by David Fincher is one of the most defining films of the 21st century. It’s a story about being an outsider, feeling undervalued, and the allure of glory and perceived vindication. This creative tug-of-war between Sorkin’s romanticism and Fincher’s practicality is almost chemical, and the pure entertainment factor that the two are able to inject into this character-driven drama makes it an endlessly entertaining film.
The top five most re-watchable movies are listed above. It´s also worth noting that from this short list you can get a glimpse of amazing directors.