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Movie(s) you like to watch over and over again

Discussion in 'Let's Talk Movies' started by PunkNinja, Nov 3, 2015.

  1. PunkNinja

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    Night of the Living Dead (1968)
    This Is Spinal Tap
    Braveheart
    Groundhog Day
    Wayne's World

     
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    Ace Ventura
    Ace Ventura 2
    Terminator
    Terminator 2
    Friday the 13th parts 2,3&4
    Home Alone
    Home Alone 2
    Gremlins
    Gremlins 2
    Nightmare on Elm Street

    And of course there is the cartoons, too many to count but hereĀ“s a few :thumbs:
    Fievel goes to America
    Fox and the Hound
    Robin Hood
    Aladdin
    And so on, and so on....... mostly just Disney classics :thumbs:
     
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    The Return of the Living Dead. You have no idea how much I'm in love with every single moment in it. Never get tired.
     
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    saw this while surfing .... sold out tho recently ...
     
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    Blood in, Blood out
    Back to the Future
    Rocky
    Godfather
    Star Wars
    Indiana Jones
    Goodfellas
    Casino
    Lord of the Ring Trilogy
    White men can't jump
    American Psycho
    Reservoir Dogs
    Shawshank Redemption
    Taxi Driver
    Full Metal Jacket
    Wings of Desire
    Braveheart
    Rambo
    Over the Top
    .........

    + a lot 80s-90s classics, cartoons like Disney .... movies man :drool::notworthy:
     
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    That will be an awesome Mondo steelbook.
     
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    Jaws
    Dawn Of The Dead
    Day Of The Dead
    The Evil Dead
    The Evil Dead 2
    Star Wars Trilogy
    Friday The 13th
    Friday The 13th 2
     
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    Sleepy Hollow (1999)
    Ed Wood
     
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    Pretty interesting question when you think about it... there's many films I love, but I'm sure I'd tire of some of them if I watched them constantly. The ones I could literally watch on repeat though, and have done in some cases... Drive, Matrix, Star Wars (original trilogy). I watched Drive three times in a row (without any breaks) on the day of its release. Similar situation with Matrix... we rented the DVD (my very first one) and watched it at least a couple times a day until we had to return it, then I immediately made my parents rent it again. Last but not least... I watched Star Wars countless times as a kid and wore out the tapes, and I still watch them at least a few times each year. I should probably give Tarantino a mention too, as I could literally rewatch any of his films over and over again and only fall more in love with them!
     
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    Great thread @PunkNinja :thumbs:

    Movies I love to watch over and over are:

    Nacho Libre
    The Raid 1 and 2
    John Wick
    Cheech & Chongs Up in Smoke
    Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
    The Land Before Time
    The Sandlot
    Space Jam
    Terminator 2
    Scarface
    Goodfellas
    Instructions Not Included
    Lion King
    Godzilla 2014
    Pacific Rim
    Pulp Fiction
    That's My Boy
    300
    Pan's Labyrinth

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    The Lion King
    Beauty and the beast
    Mulan
    The fox and the hound
    The green mile
    The green street hooligans
    The conjuring 1&2
    The shawshank redemption
    Gladiator
    Harry Potter series
    Lord of the rings trilogy
     
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    Some kind of wonderful is the most watched movie of mine. Seen it about 100 times! Haha!

    Big Wednesday
    Knight and Day
    Battle Royale
    The Breakfast Club
    Zombieland
     
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    Most John Carpenter, Wes Craven, David Cronenberg, Ridley Scott and Christopher Nolan films
    Alien films (not AVP)
    Star Wars (original trilogy)
    Indiana Jones movies (the first 3)
    Back to the Future trilogy
    Star Trek films
    Rocky films
    Naked Gun trilogy
    National Lampoon's Vacation films
    Lethal Weapon 1-4
    Terminator 1 & 2
    Rambo films
    Die Hard 1-3
    Psycho 1-4
    Groundhog Day
    What about Bob?
    Beetlejuice
    Dawn Of The Dead (1978)
    White Men Can't Jump
    Blade Runner
    The Shining
    Scarface (1983)
    The Big Lebowski
    Gremlins
    Beverly Hills Cop
    Commando
    Predator
    Stand By Me
    The Burbs
    Turner & Hooch
    Wargames (1983)
    Blue Thunder
    Stakeout
    Edward Scissorhands
    Nightcrawler
     
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    Zombieland
    Knight and Day
    Captain Phillips
    The Equaliser
    John Wick
    Drive
    Gran Torino
    Unstoppable
     
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    Way too many to remember them all but lately these are on my repeat playlist:

    John Wick
    Act of Valor
    Hacksaw Ridge
    Guardians of the Galaxy 3D
    Captain America: The Winter Soldier 3D
    Avatar 3D
    Tangled 3D
    Frozen 3D
    Bad Boys
    The Rock
    The Dark Knight
    Interstellar
     
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    Bad Boys 1+2
    Jack Reacher
    Thor
    Gladiator
    300
    Glory Road
    Coach Carter
    How to train your dragon 1+2
     
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    Hope you are watching it the proper way :naughty::naughty::naughty:

    For Me

    Dazed and Confused
    Up In Smoke
    Clerks 2
    Mallrats
    Kick Ass 1/2
    Eurotrip
    Zack and Miri make a Porno
    Girl With The Dragon Tattoo "Finchers"
    Star Wars Original trilogy
    Pulp Fiction
    John Wick
    Taken
    Transporter 1 to 3
    Before Sunrise

    to name a few
     

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