On TV, Netflix, with friends, screened at a theatre- these movies are good anywhere you can get them
  1. Mean Girls
    The limit to how much I will watch this movie does not exist
  2. Almost Famous
    A nearly perfect movie- the nostalgia you'll feel for a time you (probs) weren't alive is gut wrenching and wonderful. Also PSH is doing his thing!
  3. Mermaids
    Cher in all her Cher glory. A favorite since before I knew what was going on. Even on TV with all the best swear words changed I can dig it
  4. Philadelphia Story
    This is my favorite movie so naturally if it's halfway through on TCM or someone sees my dvd and says they've never seen it I'm down to watch. This movie is V yar
  5. Stranger Then Fiction
    Maggie Gyllenhaal being a dreamy babe and will Ferrell winning your heart. Let's be real though- Dustin Hoffman takes this cake. This is even good on an airplane
  6. Breakfast at Tiffany's
    There is no way you don't love this movie. There is also no way you're saying no to viewing it for the 100,000,000 time
  7. Speed
    Do I need to say more?
  8. The Lord of The Rings trilogy
    Yes they are long but they are also fantastic. Any of the three are always good to go with me
  9. O Brother Where Art Thou?
    George nails every scene. Always worth watching even if you just watched it the day before
  10. Groundhog Day
    I've watched this movie in times of sickness, health, joy, sadness, one time my family even watched it on Christmas. That means it's good enough to be better then other Christmas movies even though it's about a different holiday all together.
  11. The Day After Tomorrow
    This is my favorite disaster movie- the plot is so lol and jake is so hunky and there are wolves? Love it. Especially on TV
  12. That first Spider-Man movie with Tobey Maguire
    Spider-Man could have stopped being a thing after this one as far as I'm concerned. It's great! Tobey is in all his dorky glory (dorkly?) and it's great
  13. Jaws
    I don't have to write anything here. Jaws is perfect
  14. A League of Their Own
    I love baseball movies and I love Tom hanks so it's a win win.
  15. That Thing You Do
    Speaking of Tom Hanks. Who doesn't love this movie? I think I started playing drums seriously after I first saw Guy playing in the basement of the family store. Too cool
  16. Bull Durham
    Best baseball movie. So much Kev Cos doing what he does best.
  17. Back to the Future
    Suggested by @stephen
  18. When Harry Met Sally
    Suggested by @jillbasinger
  19. Ghostbusters.
    Suggested by @Lacy