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Old 08-29-03, 01:17 AM
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Top DVDs to watch over and over?

I was wondering if anyone has suggestions for great movies on DVD that can be watched over and over again?

I can watch The Ring and The Lord of the Rings movies over and over and never get tired of them. Also Leon and Blade Runner (International cut on VHS).

Anybody else like this? If so, what are you watching over and over?
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Old 08-29-03, 01:47 AM
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Lots of times I'll toss in Mallrats or Clerks: The Animated Series.

I usually like to put something on, low volume, before I head to bed, so I'll always looking for something in my collection that I can listen to while crashing.
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Casablanca and Almost Famous. It kinda grows on me.
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Star Wars,BTTF,Indy,Fight Club,LOTR
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Office Space. I can watch it over and over and over and never lose the love!
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Lots of replay value for me:

The Wicker Man
Last Night
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Office Space.
Election.
Clerks (Either the film or the animated series, which I bought on a blind buy and found it VERY funny).
As Good As It Gets.
Falling Down.
Galaxy Quest.
Say Anything.
The Fisher King.
ANY Albert Brooks film.
Any film from the Farrelly brothers, with or without the commentary. (I've never seen guys who have more fun making movies, and it shows.)
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Old 08-29-03, 06:39 AM
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Donnie Darko
The Simpsons
Futurama
Family Guy
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Some that come to mind for me are:

Aliens
Enemy of the State
any Jackie Chan movie
most Lau Ching Wan movies

those are the only ones that come to mind, of course these days I'm still trying to play catch up most of the time so I take little opportunity to rewatch things
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Entire movies:
Fight Club
Blade


Frequently used demo material: Contact ("ok to go"); Apollo 13 (liftoff); Matrix (chopper scene); True Lies (Harrier scene); U-571 (depth charge scene).
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Baseketball it's always funny.
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Death Becomes Her (just watched it again last night!)
Hedwig and the Angry Inch
The House of Yes
Psycho Beach Party
Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
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Road Warrior
Chinatown
Blade Runner
Fargo
A Christmas Story
The Maltese Falcoln
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Office Space
Mallrats
Clerks
Dumb & Dumber
Half Baked
Dogma
Chasing Amy
Big Lebowski
Election
Dude, Where's My Car?

Those are some of my most watched movies. Mostly ones you can pop in and not have to think but laugh your ass off.
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South Park The Movie,
Terminator 1 & 2,
American History X,
Edward Scissorhands.
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hmmnn...
probably
fight club
boondock saints
fifth element
family guy
blade
the rock
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Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? , Spongebob Squarepants.
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Casablanca
Princess Bride
Last of the Mohicans

and a bunch more...
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Saving Private Ryan
Band of Brothers set
Groundhog Day
Ghostbusters
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there is a similar thread already out there about this topic
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Aliens
Leon
Cutting Edge
Beetlejuice
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For me it would be Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.
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Boogie Nights, Magnolia, and The Thin Red Line
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Originally posted by RobCA
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Psycho Beach Party
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Great choice. We just watched this again last week!
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8 Mile, even though I don't love the movie, is one of the most watchable movies for me.
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