7 Iconic Movies' Anniversaries That Will Make You Feel Older

7 Iconic Movies' Anniversaries That Will Make You Feel Older
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No matter the time, movies will live on forever.

Looking back on the significant anniversaries of beloved films can be a stark reminder of how quickly time flies.

Here are 7 cinematic gems celebrating milestone anniversaries this year that make us feel so damn old.

1. The Wolf of Wall Street (10 Years)

Christmas Day officially marks the 10th anniversary of Martin Scorsese 's thrilling portrayal of the high-stakes world of finance. To this day, we are grateful to Jordan Belfort for committing his crimes and to Martin Scorsese for telling the story that brought Margot Robbie to light.

2. Mamma Mia! ( 15 Years)

ABBA's timeless tunes took center stage as the iconic jukebox musical romcom celebrated its 15th anniversary on July 18. Bursting onto the big screen with an irresistible blend of iconic scores, heartwarming storytelling, dozens of A-list stars, and a sun-drenched Mediterranean backdrop, the film solidified itself as a timeless celebration of love, friendship, and the power of music.

3. Twilight ( 15 Years)

November 21st will mark 15 years since the love story of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen first captured the hearts of millions of fans of the saga. 15 years since the most iconic love triangle hit the big screen, 15 years since the most unforgettable quotes filled our minds, and 15 years since this supernatural romance became a cultural phenomenon. Thank you for 15 best years of our lives.

4. Kill Bill: Volume 1 (20 Years)

Quentin Tarantino 's stylized and action-packed first installment of Kill Bill, this October hits two decades of thrilling audiences with its revenge-driven narrative. Featuring Uma Thurman's iconic portrayal of a vengeful assassin, the film stands as a cinematic triumph that has left an indelible mark on pop culture.

5. The Nightmare Before Christmas (30 Years)

Tim Burton's holiday classic has been hauntingly enchanting audiences for three decades in a row. Released on October 29, 1993, this stop-motion masterpiece, with its unique blend of Halloween and Christmas, reminds us of the importance of never losing our love of magical tales.

6. Die Hard (35 Years)

Despite celebrating its anniversary on July 22, this adrenaline-fueled thrill ride starring Bruce Willis as the iconic John McClane continues to keep audiences on the edge of their seats as one of the greatest Christmas (yes, you read that right) movies for 35 years straight.

Let’s bust the myth. Die Hard is indeed a Christmas movie.

7. Halloween (45 Years)

John Carpenter's groundbreaking horror film is celebrating its 45th anniversary on October 25th. The chilling tale of Michael Myers has continued to send shivers down our spines for 13 movies, reminding us that this is one of those slashers we literally grew up with.