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What Movies Could You Watch a Million Times

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Biggskip, Nov 21, 2011.

  1. Saul Silver

    Saul Silver Well-Known Member

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    Hot Fuzz
    Die Hard
    In Bruges
    La Haine
    Donnie Darko
     
  2. yukihiro

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    The first movie that came to my mind was Coming to America. Why? I don't know..
     
  3. Johdus Fanfoozal

    Johdus Fanfoozal Well-Known Member

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    Instead of whole movies, I find myself watching individual scenes over and over and over on YouTube like:

    1. The opening credits for "Mean Streets."

    2. The home movie montage in "Raging Bull."

    3. The ferris wheel scene in "The Third Man."

    and yes

    4. The helicopter scene from "Superman."
     
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  4. Pinhas

    Pinhas Well-Known Member

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    ^ I think my scene would be the bank robbery in Heat (and its subsequent "copy" in GTA 4; that was such a fun mission)
     
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  6. Lord-Barrington

    Lord-Barrington Well-Known Member

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    Yes
    Yes
    HELL NO!!!!
    Yes
    Hell yes

    In Bruges was a pretentious, poorly written piece of crap.
     
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  7. GoldenTribe

    GoldenTribe Well-Known Member

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    The Matrix (my favourite movie and I've seen it three times in one day before; it's too polished to get old)
    The Big Lebowski (this is the only film on earth that truly and literally "gets better every single time you watch it")
    A Clockwork Orange
    Silence of the Lambs
    Jurassic Park (pure awe in movie form)
    Yellow Submarine (lots of my fav Beatles songs and hallucinogenic animation)
    Double Indemnity
    The Big Sleep (screenplay by Faulkner based on a Chandler novel, hence some of the best dialogue ever put in a movie)
    Indiana Jones 1-2-3
    Star Wars IV-V-VI
    My Fair Lady (Rex Harrison is the fucking man)
    The Adventures of Robin Hood (Errol Flynn/Olivia de Havilland/Basil Rathbone version)
    Casablanca
    The Rock (Michael Bay's only triumph)
    No Country For Old Men
    Starship Troopers
     
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  8. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Well-Known Member

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    I don't think the movie's success had anything to do with Michael Bay. He is pretty terrible and makes his movies look like garbage. Nic Cage saved the Rock, and every movie he's ever been in. I will watch anything with him in it.
     
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  9. gort

    gort Well-Known Member

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    I love the rock. Michael Biehn is the man.
     
  10. Biggskip

    Biggskip Well-Known Member

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    Losers always whine about doing their best. Winners go home and fuck the prom queen.
     
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  11. ter1413

    ter1413 Well-Known Member

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    Heat
    Goodfellas
    Shawshank
    Scarface
    JFK
    Carlito's Way
    Taking of Pelham 123(original)
    The Hustler
    The Sting
    Animal House
    Seven
    Malcom X
    Love Jones
    King of NY
    Full Metal Jkt
    Friday
    A Few Good Men
    Double Indemnity(original)
    Match Point
     
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  12. CHenry

    CHenry Well-Known Member

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    The Day of the Jackal (the original by Fred Zinnemann)
    Ronin
    Dr. Strangelove
     
  13. gort

    gort Well-Known Member

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    I like when Michael Biehn says "You and I have spilled the same blood in the same mud, General. You know damn well I can't give that order!"
     
  14. hhenryhhh

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    The Bourne trilogy, the camerawork on these films get progressively shakier and shakier with each iteration and it fucking sucks, but Jason Bourne is still 100% awesome so I tolerate it.
     
  15. Lord-Barrington

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    There's a disturbingly large amount of Shawshank Redemption in this thread which confirms my suspicion that SF is home to a very strong contingent of former Bros.
     
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    Godfather 1
    Godfather 2
    The Thing
     
  17. ter1413

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    The Year W/O a Santa Claus...
     
  18. FENWAY

    FENWAY Well-Known Member

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    Anchorman...can't look away
     
  19. Biggskip

    Biggskip Well-Known Member

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    Lots of good movies that I've forgotten about.

    Ronin
    Shawshank
    Anchorman

    @Gort

    "How in the name of Zeus's BUTTHOLE did you get out of your cell?!"
     
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    wmb Well-Known Member

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    Old School
    Wedding Crashers
    Patton
    To Catch a Thief
    Hang em High
    Raiders of the Lost Arc
     

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