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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. ter1413

    ter1413 Senior member

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    Heat
    Dumb & Dumber
    Christmas Vacation
    Family Vacation
    Great Outdoors
    Me, Myself, & Irene
    Godfather I & II
    Bloodsport (LOL, I know)
    Old School
    Wedding Crashers
    Due Date
    The Hangover
     
  4. Joffrey

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    Forgot about:

    The Assassination of Jesse James. Love this film. It's long but I can always watch parts or all of it time permitting.
     
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    Ugh. One of the most depressing movies I have ever seen. Soundtrack is so hopeless. It's good, I even bought it, but I just can't listen to it.
     
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    Joffrey Senior member

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    Love the soundtrack.
     
  7. anginaprinzmetal

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    The Departed
    Gladiator
    Lethal Weapon II
    Back to the Future
    Indiana Jones The Last Crusade
    Goldfinger
    Casino Royale
    Once Upon A Time in America
    The Empire Strikes Back
     
  8. anginaprinzmetal

    anginaprinzmetal Senior member

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    Good Fellas
    Dr No
    Moonraker
    Scarface
    Wall Street
    Tekila Sunrise
    Das Boot
    A River Runs Through It
    The Sting
    Spy Game
     
  9. Fang66

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    I'm surprised that nobody noticed that the OP did the "one of these things is not like the other" schtick. Also surprised at what collective bad taste in movies there is on this board and that there has been no mention of
    "The Great Escape" or
    "Meet the Feebles".
     
  10. imatlas

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    Alien
    Blade Runner
    Brazil
    The Shining (original only)
    It Happened One Night
    The Thin Man
    Moonstruck
    Groundhog Day
    The Silence of the Lambs
    2001
    Monty Python and the Holy Grail
    Jacob's Ladder
    Amelie
    Jaws
    Sabrina (both versions)
    Roman Holiday
    Breakfast at Tiffany's
    (notice a pattern?)
    Halloween (the original only)
    Dawn of the Dead (the remake)
    Any Bond film
     
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    Plan 9 from outer space



    I just love how bad this movie is, serious entertainment
     
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    Yeahhhh nooo, it is just bad and not in a funny worst movie ever kind of way, just bad. Anyone who thinks it is good in a kitsch way is simply a pretentious cockhead.
     
  13. javyn

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    Ed Wood by Burton. Everything about that movie is great, I can watch every single day, not that I need to. I can run it in my head perfectly by now.
     
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    Hannibal
    Thank You for Smoking
    Michael Clayton
    The Dark Knight
    Batman Begins
    Taken
     
  15. Biggskip

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    I could pretty much watch all of those movies over and over. Especially Taken. I have an irrational love for that movie.
     
  16. ter1413

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    mos def!!
     
  17. hoozah

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    anything with jet li, jackie chan and donnie yen!
     
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    I like all the Heat replies.

    Any alien movie, even 4.
    Children of men
    No country for old men
    Starship troopers
    Paid in full (nostalgia)
    13th warrior (nostalgia)
     
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    Won't repeat any of the others already said (Bourns, Bond's, Ronin..)



    Sherlock Holmes
    Rock'n'Rolla
    Snatch
    Lock Stock
    Midnight in Paris
    Layer Cake
    New Star Trek (No idea why, I'm not a trekkie)
    28 days later
    Limitless
    Pixars
    Enemy at the Gates
    V for Vendetta
    Confidence
    Inside Man
     
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    It's not particularly a favorite movie, but I always watch the Wizard of Oz if it happens to come on TV. It always brings back memories of watching it as a kid with my family.
     

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