With temperatures possibly dipping into the negatives this wintery weekend, there’s no better time to curl up on the couch for some of the top films from the past. From the 1950s to the 1990s, here are some can’t miss films of the decades.
White Christmas (1954)
- Certainly, it’s a holiday classic but you can jive to Bing Crosby in this musical comedy about four performers attempting to save a scenic New England inn. It’s more than just song and dance…count on a little romance.
East of Eden (1955)
James Dean’s first major role in the cast him as a son trying stretch away from an overwhelming father and crawl out from the shadow of his brother in this film adaptation of John Steinbeck’s novel.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)
If you haven’t seen this, do. All the best movie quotes come from this medieval parody about the knights of the roundtable.
Breakfast Club (1985)
If you start going down the 80s Molly Ringwald-John Hughes high school rabbit hole, you may not be able to stop. The cure? Buy two scrunchies and follow this film up with a current Netflix classic “To All the Boys I Have Loved.”
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Violent, gripping, and mind-altering, Quentin Tarantino’s surprisingly humorous dark film boasts an amazing cast and incredible dialogue from a smattering of stories.