We've all got those movies that we can't resist watching more than once. You know that one when you're scanning through those countless cable channels late at night that causes you to stop, put down the remote and enjoy the next hour or so with it. That's what this list is about; it's those films that call you back time and again wondering what else can you learn from the film or just to spend some time with a comfortable friend.
Yes, three of the films on our list are James Bond ones, but they are also very different aspects of the superspy. I'm sure there'll be some that you may complain about so make your comments heard and let us know what we should have put on instead.
A large number of movies are released every year that belong to different genres such as romance, comedy, action, thriller and horror. While many movies might have an impact on people, there are some that have such a huge effect that they can resist watching them again and again. It could be that the storyline was so strong or maybe the characters draw you in. Regardless of the reason, you can't stop yourself from watching these movies. Here is a list of seven movies that you should watch again:
1. Skyfall (2012)
This is another James Bond adventure where his loyalty to M is under question when she faces a blast from the past. When there is an attack on M16, 007 has to track down and eliminate the threat, regardless of the personal costs that may be involved during this process. (143 minutes)
2. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
During his pursuit of the Holy Grail, Dr. Henry Jones Sr. goes missing suddenly, which means that eminent archaeologist has to stop the Nazis by following his father's footsteps. (127 minutes)
3. Quantum of Solace (2008)
Another mystery awaits James Bond as he attempts to stop a mysterious organization from destroying one of the most valuable resources of the country. During his mission, 007 is also trying to seek revenge for the untimely death of his love. (106 minutes)
Director: Marc Foster
Cast: Daniel Craig, Mathieu Almaric and Olga Kurylenko
4. Hanna (2011)
Raised to be the perfect assassin by her father, a 16 year old girl has to complete a mission in Europe and avoid being caught by a determine federal agent and her fellow operatives. (111 minutes)
Director: Joe Wright
Cast: Cate Blanchett, Saorise Ronan and Eric Bana
5. Mission Impossible (1996)
An American agent has been accused of disloyalty and now has to discover the actual spy and expose him without getting any assistance from his organization. (110 minutes)
Director: Brian De Palma
Cast: Jon Voight, Tom Cruise and Emmanuelle Beart.
6. Golden Eye (1995)
A nuclear space weapon is in danger of being hijacked by a fellow agent of James Bond who was presumed dead. 007 has to team up with the only survivor of a Russian research center that was destroyed in order to stop it from happening. (130 minutes)
Director: Marin Campbell
Cast: Sean Bean, Pierce Brosnan and Izabella Scorupco
7. The Hunt for Red October (1990)
In 1994, the best submarine captain of the USSR who is controlling their newest subs decides to violate orders and return home. Is he trying to start a war or defect? (134 minutes)
These movies are a combo of adventure and action and most movie geeks will know how powerful their plots and characters are. Hence, watching them will be a lot of fun.
Daniel Craig in Skyfall
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