Community·Updated on Apr 5, 2022Whenever I Need To Feel Nostalgic, These Are The 12 Comfort Movies That Come In Clutch For MeShe's the Man is a national treasure.by twizzlemynizzleCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Jaws Universal Pictures I remember watching Jaws for the first time when I was about seven or eight years old. While it inspired my unequivocal fear of swimming in the ocean, who was I to refrain from a human-flesh obsessed great white shark wreaking havoc on screaming children and teenagers? 2. The Blues Brothers Universal Pictures The Blues Brothers has one of the best soundtracks of all time. Two convict brothers, Jake and Elwood, embark upon a "mission from God" to raise enough money for an orphanage. Pieced together with comedy, music, "petty" crime, and an ensemble cast, it will never get old in my heart. 3. Clue Paramount Pictures Clue is a hilarious mystery film that keeps the audience entertained from start to finish. There is never a dull moment with the help of an outstanding cast of women and men, brilliantly clever dialogue, and three alternate endings, so you decide "who done it" in the end. 4. Tremors Universal Pictures Similar to Jaws, Tremors made me cautious of stepping foot on the earth. When a bunch of big, worm-like monsters starts appearing from underground, a rural community must fight for the ultimate survival. Terrifying. 5. Never Been Kissed 20th Century Fox Drew Barrymore was my first celebrity crush and anyone can see why. In Never Been Kissed, she plays a 23-year-old reporter who goes undercover in a high school to get the perfect story. It's a classic rom-com that will melt your heart. 6. Madagascar DreamWorks Of course, animation deserves a spot on my list. My siblings and I love this movie and it always reminds me of them. Madagascar is the type of movie that's great for all ages. It features four animals — Alex, Marty, Melvin, and Gloria — who escape from a New York Zoo and accidentally wind up in Madagascar! 7. Ice Age 20th Century Fox Ice Age is a deeply heartwarming film. Set literally in the Ice Age, a cynical woolly mammoth heading south befriends an annoyingly talkative sloth and a fierce saber-tooth tiger in hopes of returning a toddler to his parents. 8. Charlie's Angels (2000) Sony Pictures Okay, Drew Barrymore is in this one too, but can you blame me? Also starring Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, and Bill Murray and a remake of the TV series of the same name, Charlie's Angles follows three private detectives who strategically use their skills to prevent a kidnapped billionaire's software from being stolen. 9. Fright Night (1985) Columbia Pictures A go-to Halloween favorite, Fright Night captures a dark comedic aesthetic that I am captivated by. It follows high schooler Charlie Brewster who has an inkling that his next-door neighbor is a vampire. Charlie must convince his family and friends that they are in danger with little to no proof. 10. A League of Their Own Columbia Pictures A League of Their Own is an empowering movie, as it focuses on two sisters competing in a professional baseball league. Set during WWII, it portrays a story of teamwork, family, and love. It's not as sappy as it sounds, this movie is filled with humor and fun, too! 11. Lake Placid 20th Century Fox When a reptile-like animal begins to devour humans in Black Lake, Maine, the community begins to investigate. Bridget Fonda is how I would react in every single scene. On top of Fonda, most of the characters in this movie are chaotic and have great chemistry, which serves as a perfect horror-comedy-romance movie. P.S. Betty White makes an appearance! 12. And She's the Man Paramount Pictures She's the Man is a modern-day adaptation of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. It follows teenage Viola whose girls' soccer team gets cut. She decides to pose as her twin brother Sebastian and attend the boarding school he's been skipping out on. This movie is hilarious, delightfully quotable, and proven to put anyone in good spirits. What movie, no matter how old you are, makes you feel nostalgic every time you watch it? Drop your flicks in the comments below!