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Movies you don't mind watching repeatedly

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To those who mentioned Jaws and Oh Brother Where Are Thou?

Back at ya! Two of the most quotable imo.

Of course its Pete, look at em./ Any of George Clooners rants on the fairer sex.

We're gonna need a bigger boat. /Farewll and ado to you dear spanish ladies.
 

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Animal House
Caddy Shack

That is all.
 

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Joe Dirt

why it is rated only one star I'll never understand
 

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Better off dead was funny as hell back in the day. I would like to watch that one again.
 

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Snatch
Lock Stock and two Smoking Barrels
Boon Dock Saints (the first one - and if they would only apply their philosohy to politicians and not just gangsters)
Commando (1985) Gold old Arnold
Tremors 1
Star Wars (the original 4,5,6)
National Lampoons (any of the movies but I am partial to Christmas vacation)
Anything with John Candy
Indiana Jones
Blade Runner
Italian Job
Bourne Identity
The gambit of Mel Gibson movies (Braveheart, Patriot, Lethal Weapon, Signs, etc).

Ironically, we hardly have time to watch any movies considering the farm keeps us busy but those are some that we do watch.

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Seabiscuit = love the history

Braveheart

Borne Identity

Die Hard = my offices were in the actual building and I love the twinkies LAPD sgt.

The Patriot

Sum of all Fears



Mini-series;

Band of Brothers

Lonesome Dove
 

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I can always watch .......

Robin Hood Prince of Thieves

Forrest Gump

The Good the Bad and the Ugly

Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail

..... one more time.
 

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I thought Curb Your Enthusiasm was very clever, I have since changed what I consider appropriate for my mind.
 

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The 10 commandments....I watch it every year

Rudy.......although I hate notre dame
 

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Seriously, ('cause I was only kidding about the Pretty Woman flick)...
I love anything by Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorcese. They are the masters!
 

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I have only seen a few movies that I don't mind watching over and over again.. as far as movies it would have to be M*A*S*H, The Lion In The Desert, or Once Upon A Time In A America..The Untouchables is another one...As far as mini series, it would have to be Band Of Brothers, or Gettysburg.. As far as TV shows I can never get enough of the M*A*S*H episodes...
 

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Seriously, ('cause I was only kidding about the Pretty Woman flick)...
I love anything by Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorcese. They are the masters!

Casino was an awesome flick, one of my favorite mob movies.
 

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Tombstone, Galaxy Quest, The Last Star Trek Movie
 

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:favorites8:Me likee the eclectic, ergo, here's a sampling (there are more):

Fantastic Planet (*weird, wonderful*) - 1973
Amalie (subtitled) - 2001
Jurassic Park - 1993
Hereafter - 2010
2001: A Space Odyssey - 1968
Nineteen Eighty-Four - 1984
Shooter - 2007
Three Kings - 1999
Out of Africa - 1985
The Sting - 1973
A Good Year - 2006
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid - 1969
The English Patient - 1996
Silence of the Lambs - "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti." - Hannibal Lecter - 1991
Avatar - 3D - 2009
Traffic - 2000
Grand Canyon - 1991
Conspiracy Theory - 1997
The Big Chill - 1983
Fantasia - 1940

Body Heat - 1981 (My car appears in a street scene in the film :smile:)

They don't make 'em like they used to........
 
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_Loose Change_ original and all editions of the edited version.

It has completely changed my life ...

I use to be a nobody then one day I was exposed to the "Truth" and became an armchair freedom fighter. I quit my job and dropped out of college because everybody there was just stupid sheeple. I lost my apartment, sold my car and moved to Ground Zero were I met Dylan Avery and got high with Korey and Jason. I get to crash at their place if Jason's mom isn't visiting but have to take the soda cans to the recycle center to help out with the rent.

Its so liberating to know the world is so corrupt and the government is so evil that I have the perfect excuse to not make anything of myself or have a normal life. I can kick back and fight the evil PTB !!! Its like so kewl !


Were you with Korey when he was busted selling heroin to an undercover officer a few months ago.


Its great to know that our 9-11 truthy leaders are out slinging smack on the side...

This of course makes it easier to understand Charlie Sheen's attraction to those 3 stooges.


Movies? Anything by David Lynch can be watched multiple times as they are full of all sorts of craziness.
 

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Were you with Korey when he was busted selling heroin to an undercover officer a few months ago.

Nah, I dind't hang out with Korey too much. He was busy hiding out because he was AWOL from the military.

Its great to know that our 9-11 truthy leaders are out slinging smack on the side...

This of course makes it easier to understand Charlie Sheen's attraction to those 3 stooges.

Yeah, we use to party with Charlie, hookers and blow, had a lot of money coming in from movie sales to gullible "truth" roadies .... but I had to move out because sales were way down after they got in trouble for copyright infringement. It took a few years but most people wise-up and figured out they were just scamming the internet.

I guess the party's over ...
 

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The Jerk - steve martin


 
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Cinderella Man
The Patriot

Someone also mentioned Gladiator.
Historical references are always cool.
 

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V for Vendetta (already mentioned)
They Live (already mentioned)
Enemy At the Gates (inspirational)
Gumball Rally (silly fun)
 

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The 1st and 4th toxic avenger-------NSFW



 
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The devils rejects


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Lord loves a workin' man; don't trust whitey; see a doctor and get rid of it.

I don't care about losing all the money. It's losing all the stuff.

First they didn't have the bamboo umbrellas for the drinks, and now snails on the food, two boobs!

Well, actually, there are more quotes in Animal House and The Blues Brothers.


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V for Vendetta or any of the old Clint Eastwood spaghetti westerns (Fistful of Dollars/Hang em' High/Good Bad and the Ugly, etc.) and the UnderWorld series with Kate Beckinsale (Meow).........
 

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GOLDFINGER
 

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I suppose I should be honest here and admit that I haven't seen half the movies mentioned. I'm younger than most here, but even compared to most people my age I haven't seen very many movies. I guess the first movie I should see is Silverado as a half dozen mentioned it. The next movie I should see is apparently Loose Change if for no other reason than to recognize sarcasm when I read it ;). It's also cool to see people recognizing some oddball 80's flicks like They Live and Toxic Avenger. Thumbs up to whoever mentioned Vincent Price movies as I've watched House of Wax a number of times.


I'm somewhat surprised to see only one mention of Monty Python's Holy Grail. That movie is simply timeless:

 
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Enemy At the Gates (inspirational)

Really? If you don't mind me asking, how old are you?

If you've never seen the original...


Really powerful film, strong characters, story, acting, the works. I had seen it as a kid, but the first time I saw it as an adult, it blew me a way.
 
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Indiana Jones

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:biggrin:

Great movie.