How do you find out what are the best movies to rewatch? More often than not, it boils down to personal tastes. Someone who likes to watch comedy may not enjoy rewatching an action film. But then, there are also those films that have broken the boundaries of tastes and are considered rewatchable by majority of film lovers. But bear in mind, “rewatchable” doesn’t necessarily mean that these are the greatest films of all time. There are those films that are great even if they aren’t rewatchable. With that in mind, here’s the list of top 10 rewatchable movies ever made. You can watch some of these best rewatchable movies on Netflix or Amazon Prime or Hulu.
10. Forrest Gump (1994)
This sweet natured fable about a mentally challenged young man who stumbles through American pop culture is superb, with Tom Hanks giving a stunning performance that richly deserved the Academy Award. There is nothing on paper that suggests the manner Hanks portrayed Forrest, he found that within himself. A lovely film with powerhouse performances from the entire cast. Interesting and very subtle visual effects place Forrest in the company of US Presidents, rock stars and in the middle of history it seems constantly. What is amazing about the film is how wrong it could have gone, and how right it always is. Gary Sinise, Robin Wright-Penn and Sally Field offer strong support, Sinise especially, but this is Hanks show and he is superb.
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9. The Big Lebowski (1998)
A box office bomb, Coen brothers’ ‘The Big Lebowski’ turned out to be a cult classic subject to its unconventional storyline, peculiar dialogues, uncanny characterizations and surreal sequences. The film could be categorized as a dark comedy with the primary plotline centering on mistaken identity and the hoopla around a suitcase carrying ransom for releasing the medal wife of a billionaire. Starring such acting bigwigs as Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Steve Buscemi; the movie could also be considered to be a parable for casual crime and unintentional misdeeds. It is the characters of the film that make it immensely rewatchable.