There are several reasons which make movies rewatchable. It might be due to your love towards the characters or the way they are presented. The making style and the performances could be another reason. In short, the reasons vary with individuals and we can’t find a specific reason behind one’s interest towards a movie. But there are some movies which almost everyone would accept as rewatchable ones. Let’s have a look at top 4 rewatchable movies of all time.
The Dark Knight (2008)
Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight is really special for multiple reasons. Nolan has tried something really different with the characterization of Batman and it worked out well. Grand scale making and Nolan’s directorial skills make the movie visually appealing too. Hans Zimmer’s background score and Wally Pfister’s cinematography are also worth mentioning. Above all stands the unparalleled performance of Heath Ledger as The Joker, a character which can’t be recreated ever. The Dark Knight can be watched multiple times just to witness the magical performance of Heath Ledger.
The Princess Bride (1987)
The adventurous fantasy film The Princess Bride, directed by Rob Reiner is adapted from William Goldman’s famous novel of the same name. The movie completely succeeded in recreating the novel’s magic. The love between the princess and the pirate was presented in the most romantic and funny way. The movie also succeeded in many aspects where most of the big budget fairy tale fantasy movies usually fail. The performances of the lead actors are also commendable.
Back to the Future (1985)
Back to the Future directed by Robert Zemeckis is not only one of the best science-fiction movies ever made but also a movie which can be watched again and again. The basic plot of the movie itself is interesting and weirdly funny. Christopher Lloyd made his character Dr. Emmet “Doc” Brown iconic and is considered as one of the best performances in his entire career. Engaging story, hilarious moments, and well-constructed characters give the movie all the scope for multiple watching.
Jurassic Park (1993)
Jurassic Park directed by Steven Spielberg is based on a novel of the same name written by Michael Crichton. But several changes were made during the scripting and some of the characterizations and portions of the movie were different from that of the novel. Jurassic Park’s greatest success lies in the fact that it can be enjoyed by all age groups. Great direction, amazing cinematography, stunning visual effects, and terrific background score made the movie the highest grossing movie ever (at that time) and this record was broken when James Cameron’s Titanic was rereleased in 1997.