20 Movies People Say Are Good Enough To Watch Again And Again (And Again)

There are so many movies out there to see, it sometimes seems like you should feel guilty for watching the same one over and over – but we all definitely do it, so I guess we shouldn’t have to, right?

Whether it’s for comfort, because it’s just that brilliant, or something about a film really strikes a chord with you, we all have our favorites that we can’t help but put on regularly.

If you’re looking for a new favorite, though – or maybe just some like-minded people – these 20 people are sharing the films that, for them, are on an “always watch” list.

20. The best friends.

Stand by me.

When I was a kid I would stay up all night by myself playing board games (with myself) and put this on as background noise.

Gordy, Chris, Teddy and Vern were my friends.

The scenes where Gordy tells Chris he thinks his father hates him… and the other scene where Chris talks about the time he trusted his teacher after he returned some stolen money. Outstanding.

19. Scifi royalty.

The 5th element.

I didn’t even rate it that high when I first saw it in cinema. It took several re-watchings before I properly appreciated it.

I love how the protagonist and antagonist never meet each other.

18.  Not as well-loved.

12 Angry Men

Love watching this on a hot summer afternoon with lunch. Great movie.

17. We all love it.

Home Alone.

Number of Home Alone rewatches = my age.

16. It hits different the first time.

Fight Club

I’d do anything to watch the movie for the first time again

15. Brilliant cast.

My Cousin Vinnie.

Imagine you’re a deer. You’re prancing along, you get thirsty, you spot a little brook, you put your little deer lips down to the cool clear water… BAM!

A f*%kin bullet rips off part of your head! Your brains are laying on the ground in little bloody pieces!

Now I ask ya. Would you give a f**k what kind of pants the son of a b*%ch who shot you was wearing?

14. A worthy second attempt.

Blade Runner. (Both of them)

Came here to post those. I will never get tired of watching them. Villeneuve worked absolute magic honouring the original while also doing something new.

They still give me goosebumps after seeing them at least a dozen times.

13. An internal debate.


Or Shrek 2.

Because Shrek is great, but it doesn’t have Jennifer Saunders singing Holding Out for a Hero.

12. That’s what makes a great movie.

Good will hunting

I feel no matter where you are in your life certain points are relatable to everyone.

11. It just keeps getting better.

The Prestige, absolutely amazing

I agree with everyone saying that it gets better every time you watch it. I haven’t read the book, didn’t even know there was one so thanks for the recommendation! Have a great day everyone

10. Truly the perfect movie.

The mummy (1999)

Hmmm, I should watch it again sometime.

9. Because he’s a genius.

Young Frankenstein, Blazing Saddles

Yes, and space balls, Robin hood men in tights, pretty much all Mel Brooks films I’ve seen more than 5 times

8. A pleasant surprise.

Into The Spider-Verse! WOWEE.

I was pleasantly surprised by that one. Me and my younger brother saw it on a whim because we had gift cards to spend and he was only going to be home from college for a weekend.

We were not expecting to be impressed or nearly as amused as we were.

7. And it still gets you.

The Usual Suspects.

6. It has it all.

Forrest Gump

One of the few films that has everything in it. Romance, drama, comedy, action you name it.

5. It kind of sneaks up.

Wall-E. It is definitely the best animation movie ever made, in my opinion.

4. All super fun.

The Nightmare before Christmas

Jurassic Park

The Burbs

3. Too much for me.

Pulp Fiction.

2. Props for being able to stomach this one fifteen times.

Saving Private Ryan. I’ve watched it at least 15 times and everytime I watch it I notice something new that blows my mind.

What an absolute masterpiece.

1. A good one for sure.

Django Unchained.

I swear I’ve seen that movie at least 10 times. I love a good revenge story.

Schultz: You sure that’s him?

Django: Yeah

Schultz: Positive?

Django: I don’t know

Schultz: You don’t know if your’re positive?

Django: I don’t know what positive mean

Schultz: It means you’re sure

Django: Yes

Schultz: Yes what?

Django: Yes, I’m sure that’s Ellis Brittle


Django: I’m positive he dead

I totally agree with most of these, if we’re being honest. I might just watch some of them again right now.

What’s your go-to repeat favorite film? If it’s missing from this list, tell us about it in the comments!