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Forum topic by murch posted 227 days ago 1028 views 0 times favorited 46 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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murch

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227 days ago

Are there films you watch and look forward to watching even though you have seen them before?
Christmas certainly seems to be the time of year for nostalgia, open fires, favorite films etc.

Here’s some of mine.

The Quiet Man, The Searchers, Pulp Fiction, Kingdom of Heaven, The Last of the Mohicans, Trading Places,

What’s yours?

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mtenterprises

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#1 posted 227 days ago

Bond, James Bond. The original Star Wars. Top Gun. Independance Day. Mad Max. Just a few.

MIKE

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Tennessee

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#2 posted 227 days ago

The Ten Commandments, Independence Day, I Robot, The Incredibles. Alien or Aliens, (Not Alien III) any Die Hard movie at all.
Man, what a diverse list!

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#3 posted 227 days ago

I will watch The Blues Brothers at the drop of the hat.

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#4 posted 227 days ago

Dirty Dozen, kelley’s heroes, dumb and dumber, terminator, Apollo 13, saving private ryan, Good, thebad and the ugly + all the old and new Clint Eastwood flicks except Bridges of Madison County -

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#5 posted 227 days ago

“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?” with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor is my all-time favorite. Riveting performances.

In the comedy genre, if I stumble across the original “Vacation” with Chevy Chase, I just can’t look away. Hilarious!

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#6 posted 227 days ago

The Godfather trilogy, saving private Ryan,Forest Gump,Am also with Charlie ,love to watch “Vacation” with Chevy Chase.

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murch

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#7 posted 227 days ago

Some great titles. Love Forrest Gump as well.

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#8 posted 227 days ago

First and foremost, The Holy Trilogy. Star Wars IV, V, and VI.

And some of the rest in no particular order…
Seven Samurai
Ghostbusters
Groundhog Day
The Blues Brothers
Young Frankenstein
Blazing Saddles
Aliens
Inception
The Princess Bride
Airplane!
Top Secret!

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#9 posted 227 days ago

Shawshank hasn’t made the list yet? I don’t even know you guys any more.

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#10 posted 227 days ago

Not in any order just trying not to repeat some of the great movies already mentioned.

Shawshank Redemption ( Your welcome Chrisstef )
Spies Like Us
Monty Python
-Life of Brian
-Quest for the Holy Grail
-Meaning of Life
Naked Gun (all of them)
Once Upon a Time in the West
Memento
The Departed

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#11 posted 227 days ago

Hunt For Red October
Somewhere In Time
The Godfather series
Blazing Saddles
Scarface (the original 1940s version in b&w)
A Christmas Story
Goodfellas
Forever Young

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#12 posted 227 days ago

Star Trek IV – The Voyage Home
Rambo First Blood
Gladiator
Hot Fuzz
In Bruges
Heat
Leon

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muleskinner

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#13 posted 227 days ago

A couple I haven’t seen mentioned that I’ll stop and watch no what point in the movie I happen to find it -

Rob Roy
The Usual Suspects
Fargo
The Big Lebowski
Brazil

Not really a theatrical release but I’ll watch “Lonesome Dove” anytime, anyplace.

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#14 posted 226 days ago

mean girls, spice world, gigili, dude where’s my car, from justin to kelly, schindlers list

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#15 posted 226 days ago

1. The Nativity Story
2. The Passion of the Christ
3. The Bible

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