There’s an endless stream of new content available on Netflix, so choosing what to watch is becoming an increasingly difficult task. And while we’re fans of the new shows, movies, and documentaries Netflix has been releasing, sometimes we just want to revisit some feel-good films from our past. Luckily for all of us, Netflix has lots of nostalgic movies available at your fingertips. If you need some help deciding what to watch, this post will help. Here are the nostalgic movies worth revisiting.
Starring Julia Roberts, this 1988 coming-of-age movie is a great re-watch. And if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s a must-watch. The story follows three teen girls as they try to navigate life and love in their small town while working at a pizza parlor.
My Best Friend’s Wedding
Another Julia Roberts film, “My Best Friend’s Wedding” is a classic early ’90s film that also stars Cameron Diaz and Dermot Mulroney. In this romantic comedy, Roberts plays a food critic whose best friend gets engaged to another woman. Roberts decides they’re meant to be and embarks on a plan to win him over.
Can’t Hardly Wait
Next, “Can’t Hardly Wait” is another one of those nostalgic movies that’s well-worth revisiting. The late ’90s film takes place at a high school graduation party where an aspiring writer hopes to win over the “popular” girl.
Sex and the City (1 & 2 )
With the news this week that “Sex and the City” is coming back to HBO, it’s the perfect time to re-watch the first and second “Sex and the City “movies, all of which are available to stream on Netflix. First, relive the experience of Carrie’s rocky engagement to Big. Then follow along as the girls jet off to Abu Dhabi.
“Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?” If this phrase brings back memories for you, then we highly recommend re-watching the “Good Burger” movie on Netflix. While Good Burger was originally a comedy sketch on “All That,” the film, which stars Kenan Thompson and Kell Mitchell, is a classic.