TV and Movies·Posted on Aug 19, 201823 Movies On Netflix That You Could Rewatch 1,000 TimesThey never get old!by Andy GolderBuzzFeed Staff FacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We asked the BuzzFeed Community for comforting movies on Netflix that you can rewatch over and over. Here are some of the responses: 1. Paddington (2014) StudioCanal Paddington and Paddington 2. That bear has my entire heart and soul. I watch it every time I feel sad. I just love it so much!—daniflowers132 2. Mamma Mia (2008) Universal Mamma Mia! My family and I are HUGE ABBA fans, so we go crazy singing every single song!!—amandam4a4ceffe6 3. Hot Fuzz (2007) Universal Shaun of the Dead or Hot Fuzz (it's a tie). They crack me up and comfort me when I'm feeling homesick.—lollypopshoes 4. Moana (2016) Disney Moana! It has the best songs and she is such a good role model for young girls. No man needed! She does the damn thing!—oliviac43f6deef5 5. Dead Poets Society (1989) Buena Vista DEAD POETS SOCIETY. This movie has gotten me through some tough times, just watching the boys find their way through life and be the absolute sweetest. It teaches you a lot about what it is to be human.—jauerbach 6. Coco (2017) Disney / Pixar Most recently, Coco. It’s beautiful, has great music, and it’s all about following your dreams and staying true to yourself and your family.—jackie811[Editor's note: Netflix also has a Spanish version of the film] 7. Coraline (2009) Focus Features I have watched Coraline four times this year alone and want to see it again. —cathys4e59a52fd 8. Stardust (2007) Paramount This movie is pure charm. It's so magical and so funny, and it's romantic too! Plus the cast is stellar: Claire Danes, Charlie Cox (aka Daredevil), Michelle Pfeiffer, Mark Strong and Robert De Niro?! Are you kidding me?!—Andy Golder 9. Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) Universal Forgetting Sarah Marshall is my go-to when I’m bored, sad, anything really.—abigailg4cdddf51aI watched it almost every day for an entire summer one year.—jenniferb227[Editor's note: Same.] 10. The Phantom of the Opera (2004) Warner Bros. The Phantom of the Opera from 2004. I know that some people aren't fans of it, but I personally think it's a great movie. The music is beautiful and in my opinion, Gerard Butler and Emmy Rossum were amazing as the Phantom and Christine. It may not be the same as seeing the Broadway version, but it still is a wonderful movie.—olivia9183 11. The Kissing Booth (2018) Netflix The Kissing Booth. It’s so cheesy but it’s so cute at the same time. I’d watch it all day every day.—anniedwyer 12. Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Marvel Thor: Ragnarok. Everything about it just makes me happy. The humor. Loki’s (somewhat) redemption. Valkyrie’s badassery. The Grand Master getting what he deserves after enslaving many. And Cate Blanchett. Cate freaking Blanchett. Need I say more?—iako 13. White Christmas (1954) Paramount I can't even count how many times I've seen it. The costumes, the dancing, the romance, rural Vermont in the snow...and Bing Crosby's voice...I could watch him and Danny Kaye lip-sync to "Sisters" on a constant loop!—mommyzombie 14. Hercules (1997) Disney Hercules! I have probably seen this movie well over 100 times in my life! Plus the music is everything!—malloryc40fe9f2b5 15. Shrek (2001) DreamWorks Shrek is my go-to when I’m down or sick or just don’t know what to watch. So funny, satirical and touching. It just takes me back to my childhood and makes everything ok.—emmas4e10ef189 16. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) Focus Features I feel like it's a very underrated movie but the concept and delivery is absolutely beautiful. Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet together seems like a strange match but it's a wonderful love story that keeps you on your toes. No matching that!—brandiwatsoni 17. Steel Magnolias (1989) TriStar Steel Magnolias and Beaches back to back for the best cry!—richardm4873e890a 18. How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003) Paramount I can watch How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days every single day. It’s the perfect movie and no matter what mood I’m in it always makes me feel better.—princesspeach7 19. Mulan (1998) Disney I have watched it at least three times a year ever since I was nine or ten years old. It’s empowering, it's got some kick-ass songs, and it has some of the funniest one-liners a Disney movie has ever had. I can easily quote it from beginning to end. I watch it every time I’m feeling down to remind myself that I can do anything. Love it.—jiliank2 20. Scooby-Doo (2002) and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) Warner Bros. For some reason, the two Scooby Doo movies. I'm in my twenties and there have been days where I've watched them twice in the same day.—whiteponyhope 21. The Princess Diaries (2001) Disney I once watched The Princess Diaries four times in a row while eating corn dogs with mustard (just like Mia) when I was about 15 years old. I still watch it a few times a year and never once have I gotten tired of it. That movie stands the test of time and "Miracles Happen" is the most underrated feel-good song of all time.—daniellet4a096c9f4 22. Rent (2005) Columbia Pictures I have seen Rent at least 20 times in the past three months. I can’t stop watching it. Every time I do, it gets better.—haylimarie1229 23. National Treasure (2004) Disney To me, the most rewatchable movie of all time is National Treasure. It’s the perfect blend of action, comedy, and historical fiction. I’ve been watching it since I was little and after all these years I’ve only grown to love it more. Not gonna lie, it makes me proud to be an American.—jmills12I watched National Treasure for 24 hours on the 4th of July without stopping—that’s 11 times—and I never got sick of it.—meganc497ed8369 Responses have been edited for length and/or clarity. Make sure you follow BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter for your chance to be featured in an upcoming post!