Top 5 Most Re-Watchable Movies of Hollywood

There are films that you can watch a thousand times because they never get old. They have a perfect cast, director, a soundtrack, they are just more than perfect. Here are Top 5 Most Rewatchable Movies.

1) “Mrs. Doubtfire” (1993)

5 Most Rewatchable Movies
5 Most Rewatchable Movies

Robin Williams manages to make us laugh and cry in this timeless classic. Movie fanatics love Mrs. Doubtfire for its message about fatherly dedication and how far a parent would go to spend time with his children. Although you might find it little too sad and maybe a little extreme at times it’s still a loveable go to watch alone or on any family movie night.

2) “The Cabin in the woods” (2011)

5 Most Rewatchable Movies

With an all-star cast featuring the likes of Chris Hemsworth and Richard Jenkins this film delivers without being something. The action never stops, the dark humor reign supreme and the laughter fills the air in the eyes of the audience. Every time you watch this horror satire you will probably pick up a reference or a joke that you missed the first time.

3) “Inception” (2010)

5 Most Rewatchable Movies

Inception is a science fiction thriller film written, co-produced, and directed by Christopher Nolan. Dom Cobb, a skilled thief, extracts, and steals information by entering their dreams. He allegedly has hand in his wife’s murder and his only chance at redemption is to perform the impossible, an inception.

4) “Shawshank Redemption” (1994)

5 Most Rewatchable Movies

The Shawshank Redemption is a drama film directed by Frank Darabont. This movie is based on the Novel by Stephen Cane. Shawshank Redemption is a 20 year long narrative of a man convicted of the murder of his wife and he develops a strong bond with his inmate. The drama has been one of the greatest movies of all times.

5) “Mean Girls”

5 Most Rewatchable Movies

This teen masterpiece chronicles the anxiety, the struggle, and the mindset of an awkward new girl at a Midwestern public high school. With constable laughs, relatable teenage obstacles and perceived antagonistic adult characters.

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