Movies you watch again and again?

wacbzz

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trick or treat. its my fav movie i bet non of ya all seen it. my nickname raggie is from that movie.

Are you talking about the film with Ozzy and Gene Simmons?! “Ragman!!” I still rock out to that soundtrack-Fastway knocked it out of the park with that disc.

All the current “rock gods” wish they were Sammi Curr! :rock:
 

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Little Big Man
Chinatown
Jaws
Three Days of the Condor
Marathon Man
The Empire Strikes Back
John Carpenter's The Thing
Excalibur
Thunderheart
Jurassic Park
The Hunt for Red October
The Legend of Drunken Master
Dances With Wolves
The Pelican Brief
The Rainmaker
Zero Effect
The Big Lebowski
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Minority Report
Serenity (2005)
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Constantine
Fearless (2006)
No Country for Old Men
Michael Clayton
In the Electric Mist
Room 237
Surrogates (2009)
True Grit (2010)
Jack Reacher
Shaolin
Anonymous
Zero Dark Thirty
The Art of the Steal
Riddick
Charlie Wilson's War
A Most Wanted Man
Sicario
The Fog of War
The Accountant
Molly's Game


I assure you that I am not exaggerating. I stopped watching television in 2002, which could help explain things.
 

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- Lord of The Rings trilogy
- The Hobbit trilogy
- Harry Potter series
- IP man series
- The Terminator, Terminator: The Judgment Day, Terminator: Rise of the Machines
- The Godfather series
- Nightmare on Elm St. series
- Jurassic Park series
- Jurassic World series
- Face/Off
- Gone in 60 Seconds
- The Sorcerer's Apprentice
- The Equalizer series
- Taken series
- The Foreigner
- The Commuter
- Friday the 13th series
- Halloween series
- Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Jack Reacher series
- Molly's Game
- IT series

That's all that I could think off :)
 

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I want it wall to wall with John Daniels.

Uh. Don't you mean uh Jack Daniels?

He may be Jack to you son but when you've known him as long as I have.


[ Scent of a Woman (1992) ]
 

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The WOLFMAN
...Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro

Dig the cinematography & a movie just to chill to
 

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The Last Castle
Begin Again
Larry Crowne
Braveheart
The Matrix series
The Bourne series
Avatar
Jet Li’s Fearless
Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
The Shawshank Redemption
The Patriot
The Notebook
About Time
Good Will Hunting
Gifted
The Lake House
Dances With Wolves
Point Break (both of them)
 
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One called "copland" is a movie with Sylvester Stalone playing a role of a meek and mild sherriff in a small town funded by mob money.

It has Ray Liotta, Harvey Keitel and Robert DeNiro as well. Those guys have various stories going on as well, which adds to the main plot but I enjoy the "anti-Rocky" role Stalone plays even though you hope at some point Rocky/Rambo comes to life and beats the crap out of somebody. Aside from the lack of punching and blowing up stuff Stalone is Stalone in this one. There are points where you holler at the screen "c'mon dude take up for yourself here" as he pines for a girl who got away and ends up an abused pawn for some crooked cops.

Ray Liotta is a great actor and kills it in this one too. DeNiro is a jerk who you kinda hope gets punched in the throat sooner or later. Harvey Keitel isn't quite as cool in this one as his pulp fiction "Winston Wolf role but he still gets it done.

Faced with the choice of looking the other way or turning on his long time idols Stalone wrestles with his past, present and future and in the end he does things he'd hoped he never had to.

It's one I like to watch on a rainy day but Mrs Fixer does not, because it does have moments where you say to yourself "c'mon guys, don't be so freaking evil"……
 

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It was on today, favorite film of all time, recorded on DVR to watch tonight...........................
 

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I'm well into the 20s or 30s on The Princess Bride, which is my all-time favorite movie. Christmas Vacation is close to that number of viewings, too.

Everything else with 10+ viewings is a Christmas movie, although I'm at/near 10 viewings for Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Step Brothers. Notable annual holiday favorites (all with 10+ viewings) include Elf, A Christmas Story, Scrooge (1970), Bad Santa, Love Actually, Home Alone, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966), and The Muppet Christmas Carol.

There's plenty of movies I'll watch whenever they're on, and about 60 I've seen more than 5 times, but for rewatches it's hard to compete with movies we watch every year as a family. :)
 

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I'm well into the 20s or 30s on The Princess Bride, which is my all-time favorite movie. Christmas Vacation is close to that number of viewings, too.

Everything else with 10+ viewings is a Christmas movie, although I'm at/near 10 viewings for Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Step Brothers. Notable annual holiday favorites (all with 10+ viewings) include Elf, A Christmas Story, Scrooge (1970), Bad Santa, Love Actually, Home Alone, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966), and The Muppet Christmas Carol.

There's plenty of movies I'll watch whenever they're on, and about 60 I've seen more than 5 times, but for rewatches it's hard to compete with movies we watch every year as a family. :)
Is it in Monty Python and the Holy Grail, that he comes down with 15 commandments, and drops one slate, leaving us with 10 Commandments? OR was that Mel Brooks?
Perhaps the funniest part of the movie. At least the most memorable for me. I'll have to search for that one and watch it again. :)
 

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Is it in Monty Python and the Holy Grail, that he comes down with 15 commandments, and drops one slate, leaving us with 10 Commandments? OR was that Mel Brooks?
The latter! That would be History of the World Part 1. Also a great movie! Although that one I've only seen a couple times.
 
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