Movies You Can Always Watch

We all know that Genre is the term for any classification of literature or other forms of art. We all have a different taste, we love different types of genres when it comes to movies. Here, I have a list of 13 movies which I would say that you can watch but never get dull. I must say I have watched these movies more than 30 times and I like them till date.











13: Over Her Dead Body (Genre- Romantic Comedy)


After his fiancée, Kate (Eva Longoria Parker), die on their big day, veterinarian Henry (Paul Rudd) becomes depressed. To enable him to proceed onward, his sister has him visit clairvoyant Ashley (Lake Bell) and gives her Kate’s journal. Ashley utilizes the diary’s subtleties to convincingly convey the phony message that Kate needs Henry to proceed onward. Notwithstanding, Kate’s ghost is looking out for Ashley and Henry. Infuriated when they fall for one another, she promises to disrupt their relationship.





12: Along Came Polly (Genre- Romantic Comedy)


Actuary Reuben Feffer (Ben Stiller) is so mindful of the risks inherent in all circumstances that he can’t change anything. His bride, Lisa Kramer (Debra Messing), appears to be flawless yet undermines him amid their special first night. Back home in New York City, his closest companion, previous tyke star Sandy (Philip Seymour Hoffman), urges him to go to a gathering. There he meets an ex-cohort, Polly Prince (Jennifer Aniston), whose lively ways flash his reverence, however, perplexes his anxieties.




11: The Switch (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

Psychotic Wally Mars (Jason Bateman) has one splendid spot in his life: his friendship with Kassie (Jennifer Aniston). At the point when Kassie declares her expectation to end up pregnant utilizing a sperm giver, Wally supposes he will be the fortunate person, however, Kassie has another person at the top of the priority list. While alcoholic at Kassie’s insemination party, Wally substitutes his sperm for the donor’s, at that point goes out, recollecting nothing. After seven years, Wally meets Kassie’s child, who appears to be strangely well-known to him.






10: America’s sweetheart (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

For a reluctant young lady like Kiki (Julia Roberts), being the individual colleague to an excellent megastar like Gwen (Catherine Zeta-Jones) isn’t simple. In any case, when she obediently acknowledges the errand of aiding Gwen and her repelled spouse Eddie (John Cusack) endure one final open appearance engineered by incredible press operator Lee Phillips (Billy Crystal), everlastingly gave Kiki secures that her position is going to get much harder when she and Eddie’s relationship takes a romantic turn.






9: Notting Hill (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) is the world’s most well-known movie star. William Thacker (Hugh give) claims a travel book shop in the interesting neighborhood of Notting Hill. When their ways cross, the couple comes to confront a definitive question: Can 2 individuals’ fall in love while the whole world is watching them?





8: 27 dresses (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

Lasting bridesmaid Jane (Katherine Heigl) dependably puts the necessities of others before her own, making her the go-to lady at whatever point somebody needs assistance with wedding designs. So when Jane’s younger sister Tess (Malin Akerman) hitches with the man (Edward Burns) Jane secretly loves, Jane ends up scrutinizing her job as a wedding addict without precedent for her life. In the interim, an attractive correspondent (James Marsden) sees Jane’s uncommon story as his ticket off the marriage beat.





7: Ghosts of girlfriend’s pasts (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

Celebrity photographer Connor Mead (Matthew McConaughey) lives in the fast track, focused on bachelorhood and synchronous associations with numerous ladies. On the eve of his sibling’s wedding, Connor gets a visit from the spirits of his abandoned sweethearts, who take him on an odyssey through his many fizzled connections to attempt to discover what made him such a lowlife – and if there is any desire for Connor discovering intimate romance.






6: We’re the Millers (Genre- Crime Comedy)

Small time pot merchant David (Jason Sudeikis) learns the most difficult way possible that horrible deed goes unpunished; endeavoring to support a few teenagers, he is hopped by hooligans and loses his money and reserve. Presently, David’s an enormous obligation to his provider and – to start all over again – he should go to Mexico to get the person’s most recent shipment. To achieve his central goal, Dave devises an idiot-proof arrangement: He packs a phony family into a colossal RV and heads south of the fringe for a wild end of the week that is certain to finish with a blast.






5: Pretty woman (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

In this cutting edge refresh on Cinderella, a hooker, and a well-known businessman fall hard for each other, framing an improbable pair. While on an excursion for work in L.A., Edward (Richard Gere), who brings home the bacon purchasing and separating organizations, grabs a hooker, Vivian (Julia Roberts), on a warbler. After Edward procures Vivian to remain with him for the end of the week, the two draw nearer, just to find there are critical obstacles to defeat as they attempt to conquer any hindrance between their altogether different universes.







4: My best friend’s wedding (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

Cherished companions Julianne Potter (Julia Roberts) and Michael O’Neal (Dermot Mulroney) had an arrangement to wed one another on the off chance that they were as yet single by age 28. Presently, four days before her 28th birthday celebration, O’Neil reports that he’s wedding a flawless 20-year-old named Kimberly (Cameron Diaz). Abruptly understanding that she’s is in love with him, Julianne promises to stop the wedding no matter what. Be that as it may, when she is named maid of honor, things get much progressively intricate.






3: Friends with benefits (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

Jamie (Mila Kunis) is a New York-based recruiter who lures Dylan (Justin Timberlake), an art director from Los Angeles, to accept a position at the New York office of GQ magazine. Finding that they share much practically speaking, the two turn out to be quick companions. Feeling tainted by variously broken sentiments, Dylan and Jamie conclude that they are prepared to stop searching for intimate romance and spotlight on having a ton of fun. Be that as it may, inconveniences unfurl when the two best buddies add sex to their relationship.







2: Runaway bride (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

Having effectively left three grooms at the altar, Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts) is marked “the runaway lady of the hour” by city columnist Ike Graham (Richard Gere). Yet, after his certainties are raised doubt about, Ike races to Maggie’s main residence to spare his notoriety and investigate her up and coming fourth excursion down the walkway, which he’s persuaded she’ll run once more. In spite of the fact that he’s there on a muckraking mission, Ike can’t resist the urge to succumb to this stunning heartbreaker.





1: Just go with it (Genre- Romantic Comedy)

Heartbroken, plastic specialist Danny Maccabee (Adam Sandler) claims to be hitched so he can appreciate future dates without any hidden obligations. His trap of falsehoods works, however when he meets Palmer (Brooklyn Decker) – the lady he had always wanted – she opposes association. Rather than confessing all, Danny enrolls Katherine (Jennifer Aniston), his aide, to act like his prospective ex. Rather than taking care of Danny’s issues, the lies make more inconvenience.









I would love to know your thoughts about this list. Have you seen them? Or do you want to suggest any other movie? Let us know in the comments.



40 thoughts on “Movies You Can Always Watch”

  1. I could watch Pretty Woman over and over again. Another movie that I always watch when I am on the plane usually is Mamma Mia. That’s the kind of movie that makes you feel good every time you see it.

  2. successunscrambled

    A great list of RomCom movies. I have seen many of them but not all. Bridgette Jones Diary could also be added to the list.

  3. I have seen a lot of these movies myself and agree they are easy ones to re-watch. I have not seen the switch with Jennifer A. and now have it on my watch list!

  4. OMG I’ve seen most of these movies. I think my favorite from this list is 27 dresses. I love how creative and unique each of the dresses are.

  5. I’ve seen all of these multiple times, except for the first one on the list. I feel like all of these movies are just fun to watch especially when you need a little pick me up or when there is nothing else on TV.

  6. Aaaww some great films in there. Pretty Woman being the most obvious and iconic one. Took me straight back to being a young girl. Thanks for sharing

  7. Hi Moni. I haven’t seen any of these films, but you gave me an idea for a post of my own. I’d include movies like The Fan, Problem Child, The Toxic Avenger, CB4, New Jack City, Goodfellas, and Rude Boy.

  8. I have seen all these famous flicks and love watching them again and again. Notting Hill, Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride are my all time favorites

  9. I haven’t seen Just go with It. Sounds like an interesting and funny movie. I will have to check out. As for the rest I definitely agree I could watch Notting Hill and 27 Dresses any time.

  10. I have seen just go with it and Over her dead body. Both movies absolutely crack me p. I have heard a lot about these other movies too. I will make it a point to watch these ones too. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  11. You’ve got some great options here! These are the type of movies that you can just sit back and enjoy, letting yourself completely escape in it for a short time. An escape from the world! I have seen most of them, but there are a couple I still need to check out…

  12. Some of those movies are new to me!
    There some evenings where I can’t decide what to watch!
    Now, I will have some inspiration.
    Great post!

  13. Kuntala Bhattacharya

    You have listed many of my favourite movies – Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride, Just go with it, Friends with benefits, My best friend’s wedding. Notting Hill, America’s sweethearts. I can watch them again and again without being bored especially Julia Roberts – she is just an amazing actress and my favourite.

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