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Top 10 Classic Movies Worth Watching Over & Over Again

As the holiday season rolls around, we have curated our Top 10 list of classic films that have become cherished in our home. These aren't just movies, they're timeless companions that we watch and rewatch, with our family and friends, creating memories, laughing and crying bringing us together, through the years.

Forrest Gump (1994)

Director: Robert Zemeckis

forest gump

Tom Hanks takes us on a magical journey through decades of American history, delivering a tale of love, resilience, and the extraordinary in the ordinary.

Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're gonna get.

Thelma & Louise (1991)

Director: Ridley Scott

thelma and louise ridley scott

A road trip like no other, this iconic feminist film explores friendship, rebellion, and the pursuit of freedom.

You get what you settle for.

Home Alone (1990)

Director: Chris Columbus

home alone movie

The holiday classic that combines laughter, mischief, and the importance of family, making it a perennial favorite for the season.

Keep the change, ya filthy animal!

Rain Man (1988)

Director: Barry Levinson

rain man tom cruise

Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman deliver a poignant and humorous portrayal of brotherhood, neurodiversity, and the discovery of one's true self.

I'm an excellent driver.

Almost Famous (2000)

Director: Cameron Crowe

almost famous kate hudson

A rock 'n' roll coming-of-age tale immerses us in the world of music journalism, friendship, and the pursuit of one's passion.

I am a golden god!

True Romance (1993)

Director: Tony Scott

true romance tony scott

A wild ride of love and crime unfolds as a couple goes on the run after stealing a valuable suitcase, blending romance, action, and a memorable cast.

You're so cool!

American Beauty (1999)

Director: Sam Mendes

american beauty thora birch

A thought-provoking exploration of suburban life, beauty, and the pursuit of happiness, revealing the complexities beneath the surface.

Look closer.

Boogie Nights (1997)

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson

boogie nights

Anderson's mesmerising journey through the '70s and '80s adult film industry, offering a unique blend of drama and dark comedy.

This here's the future. Videotape tells the truth.

Father of the Bride (1991)

Director: Charles Shyer

father of the bride

A heartwarming comedy that navigates the highs and lows of parenthood and the chaos that ensues when planning a wedding.

Don’t worry dad, no permanent damage done.

Wedding Crashers (2005)

Director: David Dobkin

weeding crashers

A hilarious romp that follows two friends as they navigate the wild world of crashing weddings, blending comedy and unexpected romance.

I’m a little too traumatised to have a scone.

Doesn't matter how many times we watch and re-watch these films, they never get old.

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