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Default What movies have you seen over and over but still watch when they are on?

These are the movies I can't seem to ever get tired of watching them. I have several that I have watched 5+ times yet when I'm channel flipping I can't help but watch them again.

1- Shawshank Redemption- I can't count how many times I've watched it.
2- Tombstone- I guess I'm a daisy.
3- War of the Worlds- The one with Tom Cruise (I'm watching it now.....again)
4- Caddy Shack- I thought Rodney was one of the funniest people ever.
5- The God Father
6- Terminator- All of them.
7- Godzilla- The newest one.
8- Predator- The first and second ones.
9- Forest Gump
10- Saving Private Ryan

I know there are others but I can't think of them right now.

Curious what movies you guys can watch over and over....and over and over.....?
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I'm pretty sure we'll be watching National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation again this year.
Old 11-30-2019, 08:23 PM
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Red Dawn
Fifth Element
Shooter
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Green Mile was on today and couldn't help switching between football games.
Old 11-30-2019, 08:27 PM
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Any of the Godzilla or King Kong movies.
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In Harm's Way
The Longest Day
Band of Brothers
Anything with John Wayne except for The Quiet Man
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

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American Graffiti
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Hot Fuzz

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Watching Outlaw Josie Wales at this very second. Saw it at the theater and maybe 100 times since then.

Jaws, Close Encounters, In Harms Way, many of those already listed above, Dirty Harry, more.

*** No Country for Old Men
Sicario, The Accountant from this century.

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I like screwball comedies, so "What's Up Doc" gets my attention.

For drama/action, anything directed by David Lean.

No John Wayne for me except "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence", "True Grit", or "The Quiet Man".
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Hunt for Red October
Animal House
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I'll add:
Saving Private Ryan
Clint spaghetti westerns and Josey Wales
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Originally Posted by CAP1 View Post
I'll add:
Clint spaghetti westerns and Josey Wales
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Sorry it's my ocd
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Goodfellas,5th element, princess Bride


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and of course
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Point Break, no matter how bad his acting is.

Dazed and Confused.
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Blue Velvet, Wild at heart, anything by David Lynch.
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My Cousin Vinny.
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