Black History Month may have come to a close, but the list of great black movies to watch is endless. But before you crucify me for this list, understand that this is not a list of the greatest black movies ever. No no, that list will come at a later date after weeks of dissecting and deep analysis, and maybe in the form of a podcast. Our definition of rewatchable is pretty simple: A movies that is easily rewatchable for a variety of reasons, and one you could watch on a Tuesday night after a long day of work. A couple of requirements are that it cannot be too heavy, or even require your undivided attention. For example: Titanic is one of the highest grossing films of all time, and arguably one of the greatest: Doesn’t mean I want to watch it at any point during the week. Same goes for Why do Fools Fall in Love. Maybe reserve that one for a weekend while visiting my parents, and it’s on FX or something.
Nah, a rewatchable film has to be something that as soon as you see it on your TV guide or list of movies on a streaming platform like Netflix or Vudu, you instantly click on it to watch again.
Got it? Alright, let’s move on to the Top 5 Rewatchable Black Movies of All-Time. I think you’ll agree with me for the most part.