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Old 03-18-2013, 08:24 PM   #161
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It's all subjective.
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Old 03-18-2013, 08:34 PM   #162
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I to enjoy Snatch. Multiple times a year I indulge in Snatch. It always leaves me feeling completely satisfied, even on a very bad day.
The scene with the brothers, on there way to a heist, trying to park there getaway car, is hysterical!
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Old 03-18-2013, 09:15 PM   #163
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Band of Brothers
Not exactly a film but very close to it.
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:23 PM   #164
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-Karate Kid - (Original)
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Old 03-19-2013, 01:33 AM   #165
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It's all subjective.
"Listen up, maggots. You are not special. You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake. You're the same decaying organic matter as everything else."-Tyler Durden
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Jack and Jill.
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Jack and Jill.
Snob.

[Show spoiler] Tho that movie gives merge the urge to go to my local Dunkin Donuts.
"Listen up, maggots. You are not special. You are not a beautiful or unique snowflake. You're the same decaying organic matter as everything else."-Tyler Durden
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Old 03-19-2013, 02:34 AM   #168
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I have watched it .5 times and I can guarantee you it will stay at .5 times for the rest of my life. Pure tween fodder.
I can respect that.

A few choices:

Leaving Las Vegas
Thin Red Line
Modern Times
Mulholland Drive
Solaris
L'Avventura
Lonesome
Blow Up
There Will be Blood
Double Indemnity
Intolerance
Magnolia
Days of Heaven
Pulp Fiction
Red Desert
Lost in Translation
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Old 03-19-2013, 02:36 AM   #169
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Die Hard
Star Wars Original Trilogy
Spinal Tap
Ghostbusters
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Robocop
Superman II


Lots of other movies I love that I haven't watched as many times as those.
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All the movies I love and like, I do re-watch eventually. Only the ones I hate and dislike, I never watch again.
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Old 03-19-2013, 03:10 PM   #171
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I've probably watched Sucker Punch something like 20 times at this point.

The way that Zack Snyder syncs his actions scenes with the licensed soundtrack makes them seem like elaborate, extended music videos.

So many great little moments, such as the WWI battle sequence when Rocket, Goldie, and Sweet Pea emerge from the top of the mech gunner and spray bullets down onto the zombie soldiers just as "White Rabbit" hits its climax. Very rewatchable, IMO.

Agreed.
Because Calamari Marionette Ph.D sounded pompous, that's why.
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That is the best thing about it.

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It's embarrassing how many times I've seen all the king kongs and gremlins
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Old 03-20-2013, 11:17 PM   #174
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This is all I could think of, I tried to mix up what I could watch overandover.

Here's my list:
13 Going on 30
127 Hours
American Pie
Beauty and the Beast (Disney)
Breakfast Club
Bridesmaids
Descandants
Drop Dead Fred
Easy A
Evil Dead
Help
Hesher
Hocus Pocus
Hot Chick
Juno
Kaboom
Knocked Up
Little Miss Sunshine
Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
Machete
May
National Lampoon's Vacation
RENT
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Scary Movie
Scream
Sixteen Candles
Take Me Home Tonight
Wet Hot American Summer
Wish Upon a Star (1996)
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Scout Pilgrim VS. the world- I usually watch this when I get pizza because the mood i dont know lol
Kill Bill- Favorite movie of all time and it never gets old
Django Unchained- I saw it 3 times all ready and the blu-ray will be watched about 7 times a year
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Kick-ass
Pulp Fiction- I purchased this on Black Friday. It has been in my player 4 times.
Austin Powers Trilogy
The Goonies
Goodfellas
Evil Dead II
Drive
Jaws
E.T.
Superbad
Anchorman
Step Brothers
The Hangover
Tropic Thunder
Pineapple Express
Shaun of the Dead
Hot Fuzz
Paul
Scream
Scary Movie
Die Hard
Spinal Tap
Forrest Gump
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My Top Ten Favorite Movies Of All Time
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Old 03-21-2013, 01:05 AM   #176
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Old 03-22-2016, 03:02 PM   #178
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Everything I own as well as some that I haven't bought yet. All depends on my mood.
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Hmm...these are the films that are likely a member of the 20+ club (films I've seen at least 20 times and, for a few of them, probably twice that)...

JAWS 1975
Probably the film I've seen more than any other.

ROCKY IV 1985
My most watched Rocky. I've often said the first one will always be the "stand-alone gem" of the series, but part IV is the most entertaining one for me.

FRIDAY THE 13th PARTS I-VIII 1980-1989
My favorite franchise in the history of film (dodging all the tomatoes being thrown at me) and I've watched the first eight so many times, even going back to the VHS days, that I can't even begin to count. Endlessly re-watchable.

CITIZEN KANE 1941
A film that REQUIRES multiple viewings, to be honest. So much depth, so much influence, so much to see. Arguably the most studied / cited film in the history of cinema (for many of those reasons no less).

MANHATTAN 1979
Love, love, love this movie. Can watch it anytime - Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall.

MIDNIGHT IN PARIS 2011
If there's a greater Woody Allen film then it's the one above this. Either way, both are "anytime films" for me. Flip a coin and enjoy!

VERTIGO 1958
I can look at the colors alone for symbolic clues for a full week and still not catch everything. It is a film that works on so many re-watchable levels - colors, locale, duality between fantasy and realism, Freudian facets, eroticism, double meanings, it never ends...

THE ENDLESS SUMMER 1966
My favorite "documentary-style" film of all-time. Yeah, it works best in the summertime but I have watched it numerous times throughout the years.

That's just a taste anyway.

Curiously, I used to think the most re-watchable films automatically meant they were the "greatest", yet I can see that isn't exactly true. Some films I would consider the greatest ever made yet one has to be "open" to watching them with discerning patience...

The Exorcist (1973) Maybe the most effective film ever made, but it can be a "full frontal assault" in its shocks and subject matter. Not everybody likes a film such as this, for reasons I can understand.

JFK (1991) Another gem in my all-time Top 10, but it is long, requires attention to detail and, again, some seem to "misrepresent" the director's aim with it and thus they sort of dismiss it based on what they believe or what they've heard about it. Other than that, it's endlessly re-watchable!

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) Yet another that is highly special and endlessly worthy, but it is another long, and in this instance, languid film that you have to "want" to see. If you are even the slight bit antsy, you may find yourself not being into it.

The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) One of the cheapest and yet most inventive horror films ever made. I think it's a work of art, but it is exhausting, disgusting and seemingly senseless. It's not something you "enjoy" as much as you appreciate it for its creation, its effect, its build up, its themes and its ultra dark humor. It's a landmark but it's certainly not something you put in while drifting off to bed!
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