10 Best Movies About Reincarnation That You Should Watching Update 11/2022

Movies About Reincarnation

What do you think about the afterlife? Being born again is a common belief in many religions, and many people believe that if someone dies with unmet wishes, they have another chance. When a 10-year-old suddenly starts acting like an old man or having nightmares about his prior life, science doesn’t have an answer. The intelligentsia is baffled by the miraculous scar mark known as stigmata. It doesn’t matter what the cause may be, but the topic of reincarnation and rebirth has been one of the most hotly debated.

Here are ten examples of films in which the dead return to life, either for unrequited love or for vengeance, and we hope you enjoy them. Listed here are the best rebirth films ever filmed. Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime all have some of the best reincarnation movies.

10. Audrey Rose (1977)

Audrey Rose (1977)

The daughter of a family of three is being stalked by an elderly man who is particularly interested in her. He claims that she is the reincarnation of his deceased daughter. She replies to his call, to the consternation of her parents. How can I know for sure that she is his reincarnated child? Why does she have a phobia of flames? Actor Anthony Hopkins portrays the father of a 10-year-old girl who sees his dead daughter in him. The film finishes in India, when the daughter’s urn is scattered over the Ganges to free her soul.

9. Chances Are (1989)

When a man dies unexpectedly, he returns as a new person in search of the love he never had the chance to claim. This love comedy features a pre-cocaine Robert Downey Jr. The movie reaches its apex when the father’s spirit falls in love with the mother, but the person he is reborn as is in love with the daughter! After a series of hilarious mishaps, the father puts his family’s well-being ahead of his own.

8. The Reincarnation of Peter Proud (1975)

The Reincarnation of Peter Proud (1975)

Every night, a professor suffers from dreams that he can’t shake. A woman kills him on a boat in the story. The local beauty Ann catches his eye as he analyzes the relationship between his fantasies. He soon learns that Ann’s mother was the one who killed him in his previous birth. Is he the biological father of Ann? It’s not clear why she did it. The original release was met with mixed reviews, but the film has become a cult favorite over the years because to a haunting Jerry Goldsmith score.

7. Heaven Can Wait (1978)

When Joe Pendelton was on his way to a football game, an angel on his first job inadvertently transported his soul to paradise. By the time the error is discovered, his body has already been cremated. Reincarnated as a man who was drowned by his wife, Joe gets another chance at life. It’s time to begin the slapstick comedy. This film, based on a play by Harry Seagall, was nominated for nine Academy Awards, winning one.

6. Reincarnation (2005)

Reincarnation (2005)

In this Japanese horror film, reincarnation serves as the central plot point. Filming will take place on the same campus where a professor shot and killed eleven people, including members of his own family, for a movie based on a mass shooting. After a while, the lead actress begins to believe she’s reincarnated as the professor’s daughter. People who appear to have been reincarnated from the carnage begin to appear. However, when the ghosts begin to harass her, she finally realizes the truth. Is she, in fact, the reincarnated person she claims to be?

5. Dead Again (1991)

In this case, a composer was found guilty of murdering his wife by cutting her throat with a pair of scissors and was put to death immediately. At some point in the future (many years after this), the composer meets an amnesic woman who looks like his wife and is terrified of scissors! Let me tell you a little secret if you think the husband is back to kill the wife. It’s time for the husband and wife to reincarnate in opposite roles. Why was the murder committed? Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh star in this suspenseful neo-noir film, which Branagh also directed.

4. I Origins (2014)

I Origins (2014)

He falls in love with a woman who believes in spiritualism, despite his belief in science. Although they have quite different political views, they decide to wed. The woman is tragically killed in a car accident. A number of years pass before the man learns of an Indian girl whose eyes are genetically identical to those of the woman who died. Is this the identical set of eyes that first drew him in? If so, what are they and how do they work? Many compliments have been bestowed on “I-Origins,” which attempts to strike a delicate balance between science and religion.

3. Cloud Atlas (2012)

The Wachowskis’ most daring film to date, Hereditary is a massive work of art that need several viewings in order to fully appreciate. Words alone can’t do justice to its majesty. “Our lives are not our own; from conception to burial, we are tied to others, past and present, and by each crime and generosity we birth our future,” it says in six stories that span centuries.

2. The Fountain (2006)

The Fountain (2006)

Is it possible for true love to bring the dead back to life? Filmmaker Darren Aaronfsky helmed this multi-generational tale of love and fantasy. Iconic actors Hugh Jackman and Rachel Weisz star in this artistically stunning and multifaceted picture about the power that love has, even in the face of death. Over the years, movie has become a cult favorite for fans throughout the world, despite receiving bad reviews when it was first released. Here’s a breakdown of the film’s many facets.

1. Madhumati (1958)

This list is topped by ‘Madhumati’, a film by Bimal Roy. Mr. Roy was well known as a supporter of socially conscious films like “Do Bigha Zameen” and “Biraj Bahu,” whereas “Madhumati” was more of a commercial musical with lots of song and dance numbers. As a result, it was a new experience for the filmmaker. It depicts the tale of two lovers who are torn apart by a cunning villain and then reincarnated in order to exact revenge on him. Because of its high quality production values and favorable reception from critics and moviegoers alike, this film was chosen as India’s official entry in the year’s competition for foreign films.