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Movies you will watch over again and again

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There are some movies which may not be very good but whenever you see them being shown on TV you have to sit and re-watch them.  Just curious as to what your go-to movies are that you never pass up when you see them on.  

For me, the list includes:

Notting Hill; Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Mr. Baseball, Zulu, Starship Troopers, The Big Lebowski, Groundhog Day; The Princess Bride and Spinal Tap.

 

Sorry if Honda but didn't see anything in a search.

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The Outlaw Josey Wales

The Hunt for Red October

Caddyshack

Animal House

Real Genius

Better Off Dead

 

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Talladega Nights

Dodgeball

Airplane!

Oceans 11(remake)

Gone in 60 Seconds (remake)

Rio Bravo

Tru Grit (prefer Coen bros version but either)

Most any Coen brothers movie

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Previously mentioned:

The Big Lebowski
Star Wars
The Outlaw Josey Wales
Shawshank Redemption

Others:

Braveheart
Straight Outta Compton

The interesting note about all of them (other than Star Wars) is I never saw them in the theatre, and first time viewing was seeing part of it on late night cable TV.  Some of these I'm not sure I've ever seen the whole way through in one sitting.

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15 minutes ago, Captain Cranks said:

Anchorman

Shawshank Redemption

Dumb and Dumber

Those belong on my list as well, along with

Hunt for Red October

any of the Sean Connery Bond movies except Dr. No

Godfather I and II

Goodfellas

Casino

Highlander

Gone With the Wind

There are many more; in fact, most movies that I've seen, I like watching over and over. I think that comes from my autistic side.

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Too many to name. I'll give a few...

E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial

Miller's Crossing

A New Hope/Empire Strikes Back/ROTJ

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Back to the Future

Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Aliens

Apollo 13

Christine

Jaws

Jurassic Park

The Iron Giant

Vanilla Sky

Pixar movies from Toy Story to The Incredibles

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Won't watch the whole thing but will stop for a bit:

Indiana Jones

Hoosiers

Pulp Fiction

Something About Mary

Airplane

Hunt For Red October

Dark Knight

Bourne Identity

Probably a ton others....

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2 minutes ago, Andy Dufresne said:

Too many to name. I'll give a few...

E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial

Miller's Crossing

A New Hope/Empire Strikes Back/ROTJ

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Back to the Future

Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Aliens

Apollo 13

Christine

Jaws

Jurassic Park

The Iron Giant

Vanilla Sky

Pixar movies from Toy Story to The Incredibles

All those names but not Shawshank?  You trying to get that all behind you Andy?

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3 minutes ago, kentric said:

All those names but not Shawshank?  You trying to get that all behind you Andy?

Well, when you lived it...

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The list could go on forever:

Almost any MCU movie

Almost all Star Wars movies

All LOTR and Hobbit movies

First 2 Alien movies

Terminator 2

Casino

Goodfellas

First 2 Godfathers

Rudy

Wall Street

The Sting

X Men Days of Future Past

My Cousin Vinny

The Dark Knight

Battle Royale

Space Battleship Yamato

Office Space

 

 

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Don’t see them on TV too often but if Naked Gun or Predator come on I’m watching those 

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Movies that I will turn on and pick up at any spot.

 

Goodfellas, "Now go home and get your effing shinebox"

Major League, “Vaughn deals…and Heywood swings and crushes one towards South America. Tomlinson will need a visa to catch this one, it is out of here and there is nothing left but a vapor trail.”

Roadhouse, Dalton: People who really want to have a good time won't come to a slaughterhouse. And we've got entirely too many troublemakers here. Too many 40-year-old adolescents, felons, power drinkers and trustees of modern chemistry.

A Few Good Men, "You can`t handle the truth"

Pulp Fiction "Is that a Big Kahuna burger?"

Dirty Dancing  "Nobody puts Baby in a corner"

 

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The Producers (1968 original, hate having to say that)

My Favorite Year

The Long Goodbye

King of Hearts

A Night at the Opera

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1 hour ago, kentric said:

The Big Lebowski

Groundhog Day

The Princess Bride

 

1 hour ago, Dan Lambskin said:

Major League

 

1 hour ago, Captain Cranks said:

Anchorman

Shawshank Redemption

Dumb and Dumber

 

1 hour ago, Charlie Steiner said:

Oceans 11(remake)

 

1 hour ago, AAABatteries said:

The Usual Suspects

 

52 minutes ago, Quint said:

Mean Girls

 

34 minutes ago, The General said:

Pulp Fiction

Dark Knight

 

26 minutes ago, NewlyRetired said:

Office Space

 

19 minutes ago, Da Guru said:

A Few Good Men

 

1 hour ago, Charlie Steiner said:

Goodfellas

That's probably just about my whole list - only ones that comes to mind that I'd add are Fargo and Dirty Work.

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Major League

Bull Durham

A Few Good Men

Top Gun

Gladiator

The Sandlot

Remember the Titans

The Big Lebowski

Ocean's 11

Bad Boys II

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Boondock Saints, Payback, Crank, Step Brothers, Limitless, Beer fest, Scarface, Good Fellows, Carlitos Way, Last Man Standing, Harold and Kumar escape Guan Bay(Rob cracks me up), pinnaple express. 

Just some of the movies ill watch anytime. Im a simple guy. 

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Caddyshack

Animal House 

Back to the Future

Shawshank 

Field of Dreams

Natural

Forest Gump

Girl Next Door

Oceans 11

Weird science. 

Boehenian Rhapsody.  On HBO this week and qualifies. 

Airplane. 

Fast times at Ridgemont high 

Breakfast Club 

Fletch

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Too many to list, and I've seen a lot of mine on here already... so I'll just add Fletch.

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and

Patton

Conan the Barbarian (the original w/Arnold)

Kelly's Heroes

Smokey and the Bandit

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

The Shining (the original)

most of Kubrik's catalog

 

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1 hour ago, NewlyRetired said:

The list could go on forever:

Almost any MCU movie

Almost all Star Wars movies

All LOTR and Hobbit movies

First 2 Alien movies

Terminator 2

Casino

Goodfellas

First 2 Godfathers

Rudy

Wall Street

The Sting

X Men Days of Future Past

My Cousin Vinny

The Dark Knight

Battle Royale

Space Battleship Yamato

Office Space

 

 

LOOK AT ME, I’M RETIRED AND CAN WATCH MOVIES ALL DAY LONG!!!

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Many of the ones listed above, but I pass on most movies that over 2 hours long. 

I'd add Superbad and Twister.  I know the movie Twister is awful, but I somehow I enjoy it every time. 

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Lots of good ones.

A Knight's Tale hasn't been mentioned.

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52 minutes ago, Charlie Steiner said:

and

Patton

Conan the Barbarian (the original w/Arnold)

Kelly's Heroes

Smokey and the Bandit

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

The Shining (the original)

most of Kubrik's catalog

 

Totally forgot about Kelly's Heroes.  Don Rickles always cracks me up.  

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1 minute ago, Sand said:

Lots of good ones.

A Knight's Tale hasn't been mentioned.

Thought l had that on my list.  Good call Sand man.

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I wouldn't say that I'll watch them "over and over again", but they are highly rewatchable:

Shawshank
Lebowski
First 3 Star Wars
Star Trek 2, 3 or 6
Beverly Hills Cop 1 or 2
48 Hours
Midnight Run
Raiders/Indiana Jones 1 or 3 (or occasionally 2, but never 4)
Back To The Future 1 or 3 (but rarely 2)
Godfather 1 or 2 or Saga
Rocky 3 or 4 (and occasionally 1 or 2)
Princess Bride
Caddyshack, Animal House, Blues Brothers, Meatballs, Ghostbusters, Stripes
Groundhog Day
The Incredibles
Toy Story 2 (but 1 and 3 are kinda meh for me)
Field Of Dreams
The Dirty Dozen
It's A Wonderful Life
 

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Captain America The Winter Soldier

Wonder Woman 

Enter the Dragon

Blood Sport

 

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It Happened One Night

Bringing Up Baby

The Philadelphia Story

Some Like It Hot

Casablanca

The Apartment

Unforgiven

Amadeus

North by Northwest

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Just now, Ilov80s said:

Casablanca

Yes

also:

The Caine Mutiny (the one w/Bogey)

Bull Durham (still my favorite baseball movie)

Moneyball (instant classic for me)

both Hot Shots! and both Wayne's World

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