Top 10 Most Rewatchable Movies of All Time, According to Reddit
Redditors share their favourite movies.
We all have movies we love to bits regardless of their box office success or critical reception: we keep rewatching them and quoting the lines of our favourite characters.
For most people, it's something like Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings, George Lucas's Star Wars or iconic franchises like Alien, Back to the Future or Die Hard. Those are the kinds of films that we watch time and time again around Christmas(everyone knows Die Hard is the ultimate Christmas movie) or on special occasions. There do exist less obvious picks, however, as evidenced by the list below, which we have compiled based on the opinions of Reddit users.
10. Cruel Intentions (1999; Box Office: $75.9 million)
9. Home Alone (1990; Box Office: $476.7 million)
8. Pump Up The Volume (1990; Box Office: $11.5 million)
7. The Thing (1982; Box Office: $19.6 million)
6. Inception (2010; Box Office: $836.8 million)
5. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999; Box Office: $60.4 million)
4. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004; Box Office: $74 million)
3. Pulp Fiction (1994; Box Office: $213.9 million)
2. Call Me By Your Name (2017; Box Office: $43.1 million)
1. Groundhog Day (1993; Box Office: $105 million)
While these films are far from obscure, they can hardly qualify as conventional choices for a favourite Christmas movie or a highly rewatchable classic. They’re the sort of films that generally tend to be picked as favourites by people who see themselves as hip and different.
These particular films resonate with numerous editors because each has left a unique mark on pop culture, cementing the legacy of the producers, directors, screenwriters and actors involved for years to come.
From John Carpenter's The Thing, a significant milestone in sci-fi body horror, to Luca Guadagnino's Call Me By Your Name, which challenged the conventional boundaries of romantic cinema, each film stands as a cult masterpiece of its time.
So, perhaps something from this list might become a new viewing tradition for you. Or, perhaps, you already revisit some of these films regularly?