Back in the late 1990s when Adam Sandler was making his string of comedies after his stint at Saturday Night Live, it was this movie that was his highest-grosser. It would stay that way until he voiced Dracula in Hotel Transylvania 2 in 2015. Why did this movie do better at the box office than Happy Gilmore or Billy Madison or even The Waterboy? Who the heck knows.But for some reason, people have always been drawn to this comedy in which Sandler plays a guy who decides to adopt a kid after getting dumped by his girlfriend for not accepting any responsibility in his life.It's remarkable to think Paul Thomas Anderson had released his debut feature Hard Eight only a year before this epic look at the L.A. porn industry in the 1970s and 1980s.Boogie Nights, with its dazzling scope and multiple storylines, showed everyone that Anderson was on another level than most American directors.Mark Wahlberg plays Dirk Diggler, a kid plucked from obscurity by porn-director legend Jack Horner (an Oscar-nominated performance by Burt Reynolds) who becomes a huge star.However, the fame gets to his head, leading to a downfall as sudden as his rise.The movie also showcases the talents of several actors who would continue to work with Anderson, including John C. Reilly, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and William H. Macy.Yes, this Steven Spielberg gem is typically best watched during the holidays, but do yourself a favor and put it on now.This fun crime catch-and-mouse caper stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Frank Abagnale, a 19-year-old who performs million-dollar cons by posing as a Pan American pilot.Tom Hanks plays the FBI agent who is hot on his trail to bring him down.The Spielberg storytelling magic mixed with the performances by DiCaprio and Hanks, plus the perfect score from John Williams, makes the movie a must-watch.As the years pass, more and more people regard this as director Martin Scorsese's magnum opus (though fans of Taxi Driver and Raging Bull may disagree).This look back at the life of mobster-turned-snitch Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) doesn't just offer unbelievable above-the-law scenarios from Hill and his crew's glory years — it also captures amazing performances from Liotta, Robert De Niro, and Joe Pesci, whose portrayal of Tommy DeVito earned him an Oscar.This is one of those high-school movies you just have to revist every few years.Lindsay Lohan stars as Cady Heron, a new girl in school who must learn to navigate different social cliques and finds herself infiltrating the superficial and excessively popular Plastics group. This movie, which captures teenage life in the early 2000s unlike any other, became an instant classic and launched the careers of costars Rachel McAdams (who also came out with The Notebook the same year) and Amanda Seyfried.This is the movie everyone couldn't stop talking about in the mid-1990s.Directed by Oliver Stone, Juliette Lewis and Woody Harrelson play a couple who set out on a killing rampage that becomes glorified by the media.With Stone's use of editor Hank Corwin's (Don't Look Up) fast-paced editing style, the movie is an adrenaline shot to the senses as we follow our two anti-heroes as they terrorize the country.Before Todd Phillips went and made Joker, he was known best for these kinds of comedies.And Old School might be the best of the bunch. (Sorry, The Hangover.)Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson, and Will Ferrell play friends who decide to start their own fraternity at their nearby college despite being grown men.It leads to lots of booze-filled hijinks, with Ferrell doing everything from streaking in the middle of a busy street to accidentally shooting himself in the neck with a giant tranquilizer gun.This David Fincher classic has been imitated many times since it came out in 1995, most recently by The Batman, but nothing beats the real thing.Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt play detectives in this twisted tale, tracking down a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins to theme his murders. It's a perfect crime caper with a major surprise ending.This psychological thriller based on the hit novel showcases some of the most beautiful Italian locations you'll ever see in a movie.So if watching Matt Damon, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Cate Blanchett looking tan, dressed up, and perfect aren't enough, just sit back and enjoy the setting.The latest title to boast the label as the most expensive Netflix original movie ever, directors Anthony and Joe Russo — who are behind Marvel's biggest hits, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame — hope to bring their hit-making magic to the streamer with this action thriller.Ryan Gosling plays a CIA mercenary who finds himself on the run from a former colleague (Chris Evans) after uncovering dark secrets about the agency.The movie also stars Ana de Armas, Billy Bob Thornton, and Regé-Jean Page.