With an unlimited selection of movies at our fingertips, it can be difficult to decide what to watch. Now is the perfect time to cross some classic movies off your list—you know, the ones that are often mentioned in pop culture or the ones you know the names of but haven't actually seen. Here are three titles to get you started.
James Stewart and Grace Kelly star in what is arguably Alfred Hitchcock's best work. A photojournalist (Stewart) cooped up in his apartment with a broken leg passes the time by watching his neighbors through his rear window—when he believes he witnesses a murder. He and his supermodel girlfriend (Kelly) seek to unravel the truth. Available on Prime Video
Two struggling Prohibition-era musicians, Joe and Jerry, are on the run from the police after they witness a murder in Chicago. They disguise themselves as women so they can join an all-female band heading to Miami on a train. They both vie for the attention of Sugar Kane (Marilyn Monroe), the band's vocalist and ukelele player, while maintaining their disguises. Available on Prime Video
One of America's most beloved films, Casablanca is a romantic wartime tale of American expatriate Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), who owns a nightclub in Casablanca during WWII. When unexpectedly reunited with an old flame (Ingrid Bergman), Rick struggles to decide whether to help her and her husband escape to America. Available on Prime Video