Timeless Movies You Should Watch (Or Need To Rewatch) During Quarantine

Lockdown means revisiting memory lane.


With new movie releases being put on halt its time to revisit classics from the years gone by. These movies are, although made decades ago, are considered the template for new movies. Checkout our curated list, and see how many movies you can tick off from the list. 


This 1942 release is touted as the best movie of all time. The movie tells the story of Rick Blaine, who has to make the decision on whether or not to help his ex-girlfriend and her husband escape Morocco during World War Two. With an impressive cast of Humphery Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, the movie was an instant success and is no wonder still considered a classic. 

Wizard Of Oz

Ruby red shoes, a tornado, scarecrow, tin man and Toto, the moment you hear these words string together in a sentence you know what film is about to be mentioned. Wizard Of Oz is truly a timeless classic, and it would be surprise if you have missed watching it. Judy Garland’s depiction of Dorothy is evergreen and watching her stumbling around Oz is truly a treat to watch. 

Singin’ in the Rain

This 1952 classic is a treat for all musical fans. Telling the story of Hollywood in the 1920s transitioning from silent movies to ‘talkies’, the movie is legendary. Starring icons like Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Jean Hagen, the movie was hard work at the time. According to Debbie Reynolds herself  “Making ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ and childbirth were the two hardest things I've ever done," 

My Girl

Heading over to the 90s, this movie will provide you with laughs and a good cry like no other. This movie stars Anna Chlumsky and Macauley Culkin (Pre-Home Alone) who play best friends, navigating their childhood together. From first crush, to first kiss, to a tragedy that will break your heart this movie is everything. So if you want to go on an emotional rollercoaster ride, this film is perfect. 

Mary Poppins 

The 1964, very much loved to this day, and an inspiration for a recent remake starring Emily Blunt, Mary Poppins is a must watch. The movie tells the story of a nanny, played by the evergreen Julie Andrews, who changes the life of a family she works for. With foot tapping numbers, animations, and dance this movie is a perfect quarantine time watch with the family.