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Movies You watch Over and Over and Over

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Get Smart, Oct 18, 2006.

  1. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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    Um... wow. Really?
     
  2. hotspur

    hotspur Well-Known Member

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    one or two people have already said it but...

    American Psycho

    Ive seen the first half easily over one hundred times but the full movie only three times

    The book is easily able to be read over and over as well... I'm not sure how it remains so fresh but Brett Easton Ellis is the man
     
  3. jpeirpont

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    Um... wow. Really?

    I know, unfortnatly. I have no idea why, I just can't help myself.
    Even my girl questions this choice.
     
  4. Full Canvas

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    Stop Me Before I Remember Any Others!

    The Razor's Edge (the original - with the scene in Sulka Paris)
    The Parent Trap
    My Favorite Year
    Local Hero
    Camille Claudel
    Windwalker
    Out of the Past
    Crimson Pirate
    Murder My Sweet
    Cutter's Way
    Trois Couleurs - Bleu, Blanc, Rouge
    (Trintignant as a minor league Dirk Bogarde)
    South Pacific
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  5. Oldboy

    Oldboy Senior member

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    Reservoir Dogs
    Heat
    The Godfather
    Shawshank Redemption
    Traffic
    Sexy Beast
    Once Upon a Time in Mexico
     
  6. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    some older movies I rewatch:

    The Girl Can't Help It
    Don't Knock the Rock
    Sussho Iwai (aka The Wolves)
    The Yakuza Papers 1-5

    other modern films that gets a lot of views:

    When Harry met Sally
    Serendipity
     
  7. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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    Jeez, I knew SOMEONE had to be watching Meg Ryan's romantic comedies over and over again, but I never would have pegged Jpeirpoint and GetSmart to be the ones doing it.

    Once again, my faith in humanity is shaken to the core.
     
  8. faustian bargain

    faustian bargain Senior member

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    i watched most of Ferris Bueller again today, because it was on the tube.

    And last night I caught a little of Airplane!, which reminded me it's one of the all-time great quotable comedies.
     
  9. acidboy

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    breakfast club
    ferris beuller
    some kind of wonderful
    animal house
    planes trains & automobiles
    top secret
     
  10. Matt

    Matt Senior member

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    yeah i dont really tire of Ferris either.
     
  11. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    Once again, my faith in humanity is shaken to the core.

    haha first time I saw that movie was when it first came out in theaters and it was with a chick that had a foot tall blue mohawk.

    +1 on Some Kind of Wonderful and Breakfast Club, my 2 fave John Hughes films
     
  12. pikasu321

    pikasu321 New Member

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    Swimming With Sharks
    American Psycho
    Office Space
     
  13. Homme

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    When i was younger it was Commando. The action, the dialogue. They don't make 'em like they used to.
     
  14. DocHolliday

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    When i was younger it was Commando. The action, the dialogue. They don't make 'em like they used to.

    Commando has dialogue?
     
  15. acidboy

    acidboy Senior member

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    Commando has dialogue?

    you gotta be kidding me, commando has THE BEST dialogues!! [​IMG]

     
  16. ratboycom

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    Arnold has always had great one liners... My Favorite is from Predator. He throws a knife into a guy with enough force to stab him to the wall, He says "Stick Around"
    Classic
     
  17. Homme

    Homme Senior member

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    "Let off some steam, Bennet"

    [​IMG]
     
  18. javyn

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    Dangerous Liaisons
     
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    Fight Club
    Pee Wee's Big Adventure
    Good Fellas
    The Guns of Navarone
    The Shining
    Full Metal Jacket
    Das Boot

    And probably a few others I can't remember at the moment.
     

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