Cult Classic Movies To Watch Again & Again

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A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Stanley Kubrick directed this transgressive adaptation of the Anthony Burgess novel that earned him brickbats back in the day but now has plenty of bouquets to its name.

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Quentin Tarantino's second film was his breakout, and much of that was down to how well the multi-starrer crime-comedy travelled and the way its narrative and form pulled people in.

The Big Lebowski (1998)

The film by the Coen Brothers ought to be crowned the King of Stoner Comedy, for that is exactly the vibe it captures, while making the audience laugh without a hint of effort.

The Blair Witch Project (1999)

The film that essentially birthed found-footage horror, TBWP was as much a positive step for films as it was for filmmaking, what with its new-fangled approach to a staple genre and the commitment to turning the wheel a few more times.

Fight Club (1999)

David Fincher's film was slandered on arrival but over time, it acquired a status few films enjoy. It has long since been heralded as a takedown of the cult of toxic masculinity and also been seen as a film indifferent to preconceived notions.

Office Space (1999)

The Mike Judge comedy starring Ron Livingston and Jennifer Aniston is immensely quotable and also very telling of a corporate culture that forces people to submit to questionable authority.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010)

The Edgar Wright film may have been a financial fiasco, but it has since come to enjoy a singular status among the intersectional fans of music and movies.

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