7 Movies With Highest Re-Watch Value

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Sholay (1975) - Prime Video

Nobody has watched Sholay just once, because the sheer joy, drama, and emotion of the Ramesh Sippy multistarrer demands that one watch it over and over and over again.

Hot Fuzz (2007) - MX Player

The Edgar Wright cop-comedy is the gift that keeps on giving, with references aplenty, and gags that are fresh even after multiple rewatches.

Om Shanti Om (2007) - Netflix

Farah Khan's tribute to 70s Bollywood captures the joy of cinephilia unlike few other Hindi films, with lots of hat-tips to catch, and a charged-up narrative whose only interest is to entertain the audience with sincerity.

The Dark Knight (2008) - Netflix

For sheer entertainment value, Christopher Nolan's film is right up there, but there are also allusions and nudges that make multiple rewatches mean a lot.

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011) - N/A

The labyrinthine narrative and the moodiness of 70s London, as well as Gary Oldman's restrained turn as spymaster George Smiley, are all deserving of multiple viewings.

Paddington 2 (2017) - N/A

The adventures of the young London-based bear originally from Darkest Peru reach their high points (multiple!) in this Paul King-helmed sequel, which is all heart and joy, making it an ideal candidate to be rewatched a lot.

Andhadhun (2018) - Apple TV

Sriram Raghavan's twisty black comedy thriller demanded an instant rewatch because you wanted to see what hints you missed. You watched it a third time just to be on the safe side. And then you came back again and again for the joy of it.

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