TV and Movies·Posted on Apr 15, 202029 Movies Everyone Needs To Watch At Least Once In Their LifeThese are must watches.by Casey RackhamBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink There are movies that are so amazing that you never want to see them again, movies to watch when you want to feel better, and movies with endings so good that you can't stop talking about them... Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Sony Pictures Classics ...but there are also movies that people SWEAR BY. Recently, Reddit user behindothers asked, "What movie do you believe everyone should watch at least once?" Here are some of the best responses: 1. The Princess Bride 20th Century Studios "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya."—WowFantaesticBaby 2. Forrest Gump Paramount Pictures "Stupid is as stupid does."—SkinnyJoshie 3. Airplane Paramount Pictures "I just want to say good luck, we’re all counting on you."—shimmyfizzle 4. The Shawshank Redemption Castle Rock Entertainment "'Five hundred yards. That's the length of five football fields, just shy of half a mile.' God dammit, I love Morgan Freeman's voice."—bwint1 5. Schindler's List Universal Pictures "Everyone should watch Schindler's List once, and probably only once."—nowhereman136 6. Spirited Away Studio Ghibli "Definitely Spirited Away."—sansygamer579 7. 12 Angry Men Orion-Nova Productions "It's such a great movie and holds up well for being over 60 years old."— -eDgAR- 8. The Green Mile Castle Rock Entertainment "Such an incredibly powerful film. Was my personal favorite for many years."—jb108822 9. American History X New Line Cinema "American History X should be required viewing."—WELL_FUCK_________ 10. Amélie Canal+ "Amélie is fucking delightful."—PhoneJazz 11. City of God Globo Filmes "City of God is just life wrapped up in one film, ranked as a movie to see before you die."—berdo598 12. Grave of the Fireflies Studio Ghibli "[Grave of Fireflies], especially if you’re the sort of person who thinks animated movies are for kids only. Animation has the potential to tell poignant, mature stories and that movie is a great example of that."—TheIrishninjas 13. Monty Python and the Holy Grail Michael White Productions "If someone has not seen Monty Python and the Holy Grail, they are incomplete as a person."—USPSA-Addict 14. Up Pixar "I know it’s a kid’s movie, but the first five minutes really wake me up to how precious life is."—MCLoveland 15. Requiem for a Dream Protozoa Pictures "That shit will scare you from ever doing drugs in your life."—Straightup32 16. Life Is Beautiful Melampo Cinematografica "Life Is Beautiful breaks my heart every time."— -akg- 17. Saving Private Ryan DreamWorks Pictures "It’s an amazing movie, but the first 20 minutes or so with the beach scene...that should be required watching. War is not something the average person will ever experience, but that scene shows some horrific imagery. Plus it’s just a good damn movie."—Vance_Vandervaven 18. The Silence of the Lambs Orion Pictures "Hello, Clarice."—gardinia99 19. Back to the Future Amblin Entertainment "Great. Scott."—USPSA-Addict 20. Ferris Bueller's Day Off Paramount Pictures "Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it."—bakedpotatowcheezpls 21. Dead Poets Society Touchstone Pictures "O' Captain! My Captain!"—sports_is_life 22. Pulp Fiction Miramax "SAY WHAT AGAIN."—HenryStamper1 23. Boyz n the Hood Columbia Pictures —suggested by ChilliConCarne97 24. The Breakfast Club Universal Pictures "Everyone should watch The Breakfast Club before starting high school."—Siryl7001 25. The Blues Brothers Universal Pictures "It's my favorite movie of all time. There's so much awesome stuff in it. Plus tons of absolute music legends."—bubblegumlizzy 26. Goodfellas Warner Bros. "I love this movie. I don’t know why, but as a child it was always one of my favorites. It brings back a lot of nostalgia for me and is oddly a good Saturday afternoon, easy-watching movie for me."—Galaxy_Hitchhiking 27. It's a Wonderful Life Liberty Films "It's such a nice film with a nice message, even if you don't celebrate Christmas, and I think we always need a bit more happiness in our world."—TildeGunderson 28. Good Will Hunting Miramax "It's not your fault."—SpoonLord23 29. The Truman Show Scott Rudin Productions "Good afternoon, good evening, and good night!"—themusicplan Which movie do you think everyone should watch at least once in their life?