Many of our favorite epic movies are timeless. No matter how many times you have watched them, it seems like you always end up re-watching them again after a few years. It is too bad that they might not appeal to some younger generations, but we’ll always have them, right?
Because, we’ve had them for TWENTY YEARS. Yeah. Let that sink in.
Scroll down and let’s celebrate the movies on this list, courtesy of Diply.
1. The Truman Show
Of course, The Mask, or Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind are the two most amazing Jim Carrey movies, but this one has to be on that list too. Directed by Peter Weir, this Sci-Fi drama won’t leave you indifferent.
Again, and again, and again. You won’t get tired of re-watching this soul-stirring, N.A.S.A. adventure. Also, because Aerosmith’s I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing is the soundtrack of the movie.
3. There’s Something About Mary
Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon and Ben Stiller are playing in this great comedy directed by Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly. It is a perfect movie to watch when you get bored on the weekends.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
4. A Bug’s Life
Do you remember the misfit ant that is looking for “warriors” to save his colony from greedy grasshoppers? Pixar Animation Studios produced this great animated comedy that you need to watch if you haven’t already.
If you have watched this one, chances are the badass Mulan is one of your favorite animated characters. I’ll Make a Man Out of You is one of the best songs from Disney.
6. The Parent Trap
The comedy about the identical twins Hallie and Annie, who got separated at birth and each raised by one of their biological parents, led many of us to believe that Lindsay Lohan had a twin.
Source: Carly the Prepster
7. The Wedding Singer
This is the first movie in which Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler were in together. This music and romance comedy was directed by Frank Coraci.
8. Rush Hour
It seems like Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan are the perfect combination for the action comedies.
Source: The Source
9. You’ve Got Mail
There isn’t a more iconic on-screen duo than Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, right? The romance about two business rivals who don’t like each other in real life but they still unwittingly fall in love over the Internet, is directed by Nora Ephron.
Source: Warner Bros.
10. The Man In The Iron Mask
It seemed like in this movie everyone else attempted to speak with an accent except Leonardo. Besides Leonardo himself, Jeremy Irons, Gerard Depardieu and John Malkovich made this movie about King Louis XIV of France and his secret twin who he keeps imprisoned – worth watching.
Source: Life And Style
At first, this movie was definitely underrated. You need to check it out, especially, no spoilers – because of the color thing. You’ll see.
Source: Derek Winnert
And, last but definitely not least. All of you who have watched it probably already started singing the epic Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.The iconic drama about the terminally ill woman who settles on with her former husband’s partner will give you all the feels!