Everyone loves watching movie as it tend to affect us powerfully because the combined impact of images, music, dialogue, and special effects can elicit deep feelings and help us reflect on our lives. Watching movies can be of immense importance because it can help us to understand ways to better our lives and the lives of those around us and even how our society and culture operate.
However, there are quite a number of movies that we can't help but to watch again if played on TV, or maybe we might want to put in the DVD player and watch again when we are bored and never get tired of them. Despite the fact that each of these films lasts a couple of hours, they are easily watched in one breath because of the excitement they come with. And if you haven’t seen some of them, I recommend you do so ASAP.
Well, below are 30 old movies that you might love to watch again.
10. Chuck Norris
15. Spider man
23. Once Upon a Time in America
28. Planet of the apes
Which of these old movies should be at the top of the list? Drop your comments on the movies you will love to watch again and again to determine the most re-watchable movie of them all.
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