How many times the same movie can be watched depends on personal taste, but some classics simply break that boundary of taste.
In this list are 10 such movies that aren’t particularly greatest of all time but gives you the same kick on every viewing.
Fight Club (1999)
This psychological thriller featuring Brad Pitt and the talented Edward Norton is a movie which you want to appreciate, every time you behold.
Not only does it have a compelling storyline with a killer story plot at the end, but it also touches on subjects like love, contempt, and loneliness.
Toy Story (1995)
The Toy Story franchise is probably one of the greatest and critically acclaimed animated series of all time, and for a reason.
It beautifully explores topics that make us reminiscent of our childhood, which in a way is kid-friendly, but is also enjoyable by grown-ups.
Lord of the Rings (2001-2003)
Lord of the Rings packs in a story that deals with war, romance, and action along with the spectacular visuals and acting performances.
What makes the epic trilogy so rewatchable is the fact that it detaches the viewer from reality and takes them into a fantasy world of Middle-Earth.
The Breakfast Club (1985)
People keep going back to watching this coming-of-age teen drama flick because its characters are excruciatingly relatable on a personal scale.
The movie talks about typical teenage problems that one wishes everybody would understand when they were are a teenager.
Back to the Future (1985)
The movie shot during the 80s speculates a futuristic world based on 2015, which has hoverboards, tablets, and self-cleaning shirts.
While many watch the movie repeatedly just for the nostalgia, some watch it to observe how many things the movie predicted right.
Martin Scorsese has a hand in making us remember Joe Pesci as a short but hot-headed mobster, courtesy of movies like Goodfellas.
The movie includes many other such interesting characters and gives us a chilling yet realistic view inside the world of the New York mob.
That makes the movie a top contender in the rewatchability department.
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction is inarguably one of the most quoted movies of all time and sits at the top of the list of greatest movies ever made.
It has a unique screenplay along with compelling characters that make watching it repeatedly still fun and entertaining.
The Matrix (1999)
The Matrix was definitely ahead of its time and redefined the way action scenes were shot and edited.
In addition to stunning visual effects, the movie has a plot so complex that makes it more comprehensible the more you watch it.
Forrest Gump (1994)
Forrest Gump, on the other hand, boasts storytelling in its simplest form that is moving and heart-wrenching.
The movie follows the life of Gump, a special man who does special things that makes it similar to watching another man’s life in motion.
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
The Shawshank Redemption is another feel-good movie that is equally magnificent in terms of storytelling.
The film, which revolves around the character Andy Dufresne (played by Tim Robbins), has a plot that makes viewers compelled to watch it at least twice.
The movie is also inspiring because it touches on the subjects of friendship and hope in the most unlikely of places.