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  1. #101
    Swinging in the hammock Ilikai's Avatar
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    Taking a long vacation in the tropics
    Clint's spagetti western trilogy.
    Once apon a time in the West
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    Come Along, Pond phat32's Avatar
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    Hi, Olivia!
    The Godfather Parts I, II and, yes, even III.

    It's on TV all the time, and if I find it on TV, I'll watch it even though I have the DVD collection.

    The only thing I have to be careful about is being in that "Godfather mode" mindset for a few hours after watching one of the movies:

    [Girlfriend comes home from the grocery store.]

    Her: Hey, babe. Got everything, but they were out of string beans.

    Me: ("New York Italian" accent) What?! What?!? They were out of [bleeping] string beans?! We give our hard-earned money to that [bleeping] store every [bleeping] week, and this is the respect they show us!? To run out of string beans when we [bleeping] need them! I'm going down there...!!

    Her: Have you been watching The Godfather again?

    Me: [...] Yes.
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  3. #103
    I have a lot of them.
    The Princess Bride,
    Moulin Rouge
    Return to Paradise (a little bit of a depressing thought, but very good)
    William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
    I'm almost ashamed to admit that last one, but I was totally obsessed with this movie in middle school (watched it literally every day for a month when I got it for my birthday) and somehow, I still haven't tired of it.

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    Premium Member sheela's Avatar
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    Lots of fabulous movies in this thread.

    I never tire of:
    Lawrence of Arabia
    The Usual Suspects
    The Godfather I & II
    Double Indemnity
    The Maltese Falcon
    The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    The Little Shop of Horrors

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    Kindergarten Cop
    The Sandlot
    The Breakfast Club
    Ferris Beuller's Day Off
    Orange County
    Don't Tell Mom the Baby-sitter's Dead
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    Plotting spegs's Avatar
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    In the land of endless sunshine
    I'm always in the mood for:

    Sense and Sensibility
    the looong BBC version of Pride and Predjudice
    Return to Me
    60's version of Romeo and Juliet
    About a Boy
    The Bourne Identity

    If I'm in the mood for funny:
    Monty Python's Holy Grail
    Zoolander (don't hurt me)
    The Wedding Singer
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    RESIDENT JEDI MASTER Stargazer's Avatar
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    Two many to name, but I'll give a couple of examples of my taste

    Gone With the Wind
    Return to Me
    When Harry Met Sally
    Princess Bride
    The Thomas Crown Affair (Pierce Brosnan version)

    Do I really need to say?
    Star Wars (Original, unfooled around with trilogy, preferably)
    Even Numbered Star Trek movies
    The Labrynth (sp?)

    Tora, Tora, Tora

    Any James Bond Movie with Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, or Roger Moore
    (just say NO! to Timothy Dalton and George Lazenby! Blasphemy!)
    Old Bruce Lee and new Jackie Chan movies

    Anything Monty Python
    The Wedding Singer
    American Pie (s)

    So many, many more. It seems unfair to just pick a few
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    eternal optimist Shazzer's Avatar
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    greener pastures
    Shawshank Redemption
    The Color Purple
    Sense and Sensibility
    just like spegs...the loooong version of Pride and Prejudice
    Midnight Run
    Independence Day (yes, I know this is a lame choice...but there ya go )
    The Associate (Whoopi Goldberg)
    When Harry Met Sally

    Star Wars is an obvious choice.

    The latest one I've watched a fair number of times: The Opposite of Sex with Christina Ricci. It was good.

    I know I have way more than this. Hmmm...
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    A few of mine-

    *Hairspray-This has to be my most favorite movie of all time! I absolutely love it!! If I've watched this once, I've watched it like a zillion times!
    *How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days-Omg, If I've watched this once, I've watched it like, a 1000 times!
    *CryBaby-Soo cute, and soo funny! I luv it!
    *Selena-So sweet, but so sad! Great Movie.. I always bawl uncontrollably..

    theres more, but its too much to type
    ~*Tennessee Sweetheart*~

  10. #110
    Clueless -
    Mean Girls - I've already seen that in theaters twice
    Pirates of the Caribbean - Oh my, gotta be my favorite movie of all time (saw it nearly 7 times in several different theaters last summer. I'm not exaggerating)
    Ferris Bueller - Always good
    Prince of Egypt - I always get a message from this movie, very encouraging

    The kind of movies I like to watch over and over aren't the more "heavy" movies if you see what I mean.. but I love them nonetheless

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