12 movies that we'll watch whenever they're on

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Top 10 Rewatchable Movies

You know the moment where you are scrolling through the TV channels, or your Netflix queue and you stumble upon one movie that you just have to watch? Yeah we all do that, it's not just you.

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There is no better feeling that laying on the couch and finding out a movie "Legally Blonde" just started five minutes ago. We've decided to make a list of our absolute favorite movies that are just so darn rewatchable.

12.) Legally Blonde

REESE WITHERSPOON & DOG LEGALLY BLONDE (2001)Photo cred: Alamy

11.) Mean Girls

LACEY CHABERT AMANDA SEYFRIEND LINDSAY LOHAN & RACHEL MCADAMS MEAN GIRLS (2004)Photo cred: Alamy

10.) Sweet Home Alabama

JEAN SMART & REESE WITHERSPOON SWEET HOME ALABAMA (2002)Photo cred: Alamy

9.) The Sandlot

THE SANDLOT KIDS (1993) CHAUNCEY LEOPARDI, PATRICK RENNA, SHANE OBEDZINSKI, MIKE VITAR, MARTY YORK, VICTOR DIMATTIA, BRANDONPhoto cred: Alamy

8.) Ocean's Eleven

OCEAN'S 11 OCEAN'S ELEVEN (ALT) GEORGE CLOONEY, BRAD PITT, MATT DAMON, ELLIOTT GOULD, DON CHEADLE OC11 009Photo cred: Alamy

7.) The Devil Wears Prada

ANNE HATHAWAY & MERYL STREEP THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA (2006)Photo cred: Alamy

6.) Jurassic Park

ARIANA RICHARDS SAM NEILL & JOSEPH MAZZELLO JURASSIC PARK (1993)Photo cred: Alamy

5.) The Goonies

Die Goonies  Goonies,  Jeff Cohen, Sean Astin, Corey Feldman Ke Huy Quan Chunk (Jeff Cohen,l), Mickey (Sean Astin,2vl), MouthPhoto cred: Alamy

4.) The Lion King

ED SHENZI BANZAI SCAR MAFUSA SIMBA TIMON & PUMBAA THE LION KING (1994)Photo cred: Alamy

3.) The Princess Diaries

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2.) You've Got Mail

MEG RYAN & TOM HANKS YOU'VE GOT MAIL (1998)Photo cred: Alamy

1.) Perks of Being a Wallflower

THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER  2011 Summit Entertainment film with Emma Watson and Logan LermanPhoto cred: Alamy

Have any suggestions? Let us know your favorites in the comments!

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The 15 highest-grossing animated movies of all time
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The 15 highest-grossing animated movies of all time

15. "Monsters, Inc." (2001) $423.4 million (adjusted for ticket price inflation)

$289.9 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney/Pixar

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14. "Toy Story 3" (2010) $447.8 million (adjusted)

$415 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney/Pixar

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13. "Aladdin" (1992) $449.9 million (adjusted)

$217.3 million - unadjusted

Photo: Walt Disney Pictures

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12. "Lady and the Tramp" (1955) $478.2 million (adjusted)

$93.6 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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11. "Cinderella" (1950) $517.3 million (adjusted)

$93.1 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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10. "Finding Nemo" (2003) $528.4 million (adjusted)

$380.8 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney/Pixar

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9. "Bambi" (1942) $546.6 million (adjusted)

$102.2 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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8. "Pinocchio" (1940) $578.3 million (adjusted)

$84.2 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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7. "Shrek 2" (2004) $609.6 million (adjusted)

$441.2 million - unadjusted

Photo: DreamWorks Animation

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6. "Sleeping Beauty" (1959) $623.5 million (adjusted)

$51.6 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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5. "The Jungle Book" (1967) $632.1 million (adjusted)

$141.8 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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4. "Fantasia" (1941) $712.5 million (adjusted)

$76.4 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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3. "The Lion King" (1994) $764.8 million (adjusted)

$422.7 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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2. "101 Dalmatians" (1961) $857.2 million (adjusted)

$144.8 million - unadjusted

Photo: Disney

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1. "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (1937) $935.2 million (adjusted)

$184.9 million - unadjusted

Photo: RKO Radio Pictures

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