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post #181 of 249
There are many movies where I start to watch them on cable again and then think, no, I have it on disc and should just watch the whole thing with the best quality possible, so change the channel. In addition to many worthy candidates listed before by others:

The Italian Job
Air Force One
Independence Day
Chronicles of Riddick
Cast Away
The Verdict
Big
The Untouchables
The Omega Man
Notting Hill
That Thing You Do!
The Replacements
Rob Roy
The Andromeda Strain
post #182 of 249
Excaliber
The Holy Grail
The Stuntman
Gladiator
Star Wars 4-6
True Romance

oh, and duh... Caddyshack
post #183 of 249
any of the old Matt Helm movies, starring Dean Martin

Network

Body Heat--who could get enough of Kathleen Turner?

All the President's Men

everything James Bond

Apocalypse Now

Invasion Of the Body Snatchers (70's version)
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Edited by kfox203 - 9/6/12 at 9:36pm
post #184 of 249
Up In Smoke
post #185 of 249
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Up In Smoke

How do you like Things Are Tough All Over?
post #186 of 249
To tell the truth, these movies are from a period long long time ago in the galaxy I no longer visit. I'm sure I've seen it; don't remember a whole lot of it.
post #187 of 249
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To tell the truth, these movies are from a period long long time ago in the galaxy I no longer visit. I'm sure I've seen it; don't remember a whole lot of it.

It's my favorite Cheech and Chong flick. smile.gif

You can watch the entire movie for FREE, over at Crackle.com.
post #188 of 249
Sorry again if I'm repeating but every time I see the thread title I think of another movie....in this case two. Porky's and Hollywood Nights! I'll watch these two anytime they are shown.
post #189 of 249
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It's my favorite Cheech and Chong flick. smile.gif
You can watch the entire movie for FREE, over at Crackle.com.
Thanks for the link. I'll check it out. Not sure if I'll be able to still enjoy it.
post #190 of 249
What a daunting task! I don't know whether I have seen all of the films listed here "at least ten times" but I will represent that I have seen them all a bunch of times and own the BDs of most of them:

  • The Godfather I and II
  • The Shawshank Redemption
  • Citizen Kane
  • The Maltese Falcon
  • Casablanca
  • The Red Shoes
  • The Wizard of Oz
  • Gone With the Wind
  • Saving Private Ryan
  • Bladerunner
  • Oh What A Lovely War!
  • The Big Lebowski
  • Broadcast News
  • LA Confidential
  • Inglourious Basterds
  • The Green Mile
  • Singin' In the Rain

The list goes on -- and on, and on -- but I am as tired of making entries as I am sure all of you are of reading them.smile.gif By the way, kudos to joeblow, this is a neat thread.
post #191 of 249
A Charlie Brown Christmas
post #192 of 249
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I honestly have never watched a single movie more than once in my life.

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Surely you can't be serious!
post #193 of 249
Star Wars Trilogy
Back to the Future
the Goonies
Terminator 2
Batman
Pulp Fiction
Braveheart
Forrest Gump
Princess Mononoke
Jaws
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Memento
Back to School
the Wizard of Oz
post #194 of 249
Here are a few I can think of off the top of my head:

The Princess Bride
A Shot in the Dark
Indiana Jones Original Trilogy
Star Wars Original Trilogy
Monty Python and Holy Grail
Dr. Strangelove
Top Gun
The Third Man
The Three Amigos
Christmas Vacation
Blazing Saddles
Casablanca
Tropic Thunder



OK, I may have watched most of those, in their entirety, only maybe 5-10 times, but thats my list of movies with the highest replay value. (At least that I can think of just sitting here. I'm sure there are more If I walk over to my Blurays and take a look)
post #195 of 249
BTW I'm really happy to see Christmas Vacation and even Tropic Thunder mentioned so many times in this thread. But I'm disturbed that EVERYONE didn't have The Princess Bride mentioned first, INCONCEIVABLE!!!!!
post #196 of 249
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BTW I'm really happy to see Christmas Vacation and even Tropic Thunder mentioned so many times in this thread. But I'm disturbed that EVERYONE didn't have The Princess Bride mentioned first, INCONCEIVABLE!!!!!

I'm absolutely stunned that I am the only one who mentioned the funniest movie of all time..."Used Cars" w/ Kurt Russell. It's got everything! And no one mentioned "EdTV" either? Another stunner. People must have their comedy value system misplaced. LOL.
post #197 of 249
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Originally Posted by mike171979 
BTW I'm really happy to see Christmas Vacation and even Tropic Thunder mentioned so many times in this thread. But I'm disturbed that EVERYONE didn't have The Princess Bride mentioned first, INCONCEIVABLE!!!!!

I'm absolutely stunned that I am the only one who mentioned the funniest movie of all time..."Used Cars" w/ Kurt Russell. It's got everything! And no one mentioned "EdTV" either? Another stunner. People must have their comedy value system misplaced. LOL.

If I didn't mention Princess Bride because I haven't seen it 10 times, but pretty sure I've seen it 5 times by now. Used Cars maybe the same, about 5 times. EdTV I thought wasn't worth a second viewing as yet...it wasn't bad it just didn't hit those chords with me that make me want to see another time.
post #198 of 249
Godfather I and II
O Brother Where Art Thou
Big Lebowski
Star Trek (2009)
post #199 of 249
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon

My personal favorite foreign film! Purchased the original DVD release twice (stolen), superbit DVD, and blu-ray.
post #200 of 249
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Here are a few I can think of off the top of my head:
The Princess Bride
A Shot in the Dark
Indiana Jones Original Trilogy
Star Wars Original Trilogy
Monty Python and Holy Grail
Dr. Strangelove
Top Gun
The Third Man
The Three Amigos
Christmas Vacation
Blazing Saddles
Casablanca
Tropic Thunder
OK, I may have watched most of those, in their entirety, only maybe 5-10 times, but thats my list of movies with the highest replay value. (At least that I can think of just sitting here. I'm sure there are more If I walk over to my Blurays and take a look)

Good choices. Had I not grown tired of making entries when I posted earlier, I would have entered The Princess Bride, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, and Dr. Strangelove. I have the BDs of all three films and have watched them a bunch of times.
post #201 of 249
First Blood:-)
Not sure how you missed it. I have seen that movie so many times... Love the climax when John Rambo yells "Nothing is Over..."

The others are :-
Pulp Fiction
The Matrix
Casablanca
T2
The Bourne Ultimatum
Natural Born Killers
In the line of Fire
Seven
Snatch
post #202 of 249
Training Day, and Enemy of the State...
post #203 of 249
Ones i've watched at least 10 times:

The Matrix
Menace II Society
Scott Pilgrim vs The World
The Dark Knight
Friday
Star Wars 4,5,6
LotR trilogy
Knocked Up
Die Hard
Aliens
Hero (Jet Li)
Kill Bill 1&2
Black Dynamite
Malcolm X
The Incredibles
T2
Serenity
Pulp Fiction
Seven
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
Gladiator
Batman: Under the Red Hood
Master of the Flying Guillotine
The Goonies
Memento
Do The Right Thing
Fist of the North Star (anime)
Clerks
Office Space
Edited by kemetblk - 9/9/12 at 12:34am
post #204 of 249
don't know how these slipped my mind:

Robocop (I saw this 6 times in the theater alone)
Evil Dead 2 (Army of Darkness is fast approaching 10 times also)
Enter the Dragon (how could I have forgotten this one, I've seen it over 30 times!)
5 Deadly Venoms
History of the World Pt. 1
The Sword and the Sorcerer
Fight Club
Equilibrium
The Thing
Big Trouble in Little China
Hot Fuzz
Goodfellas
Starship Troopers
Titan A.E. (criminally underrated)
Man on Fire (joined the list last night!)
post #205 of 249
In no particular order

Wrath Of Khan
Gettysburg (The best adaption of a book I have ever seen)
Hunt For Red October
Midway
Lawrence of Arabia
Raiders Of The Lost Ark
Akira
2001
Empire Stikes Back
Star Trek First Contact
Superman
Superman II
Stranger Than Fiction
CaddyShack
Stripes
Ghostbusters
Clerks
Enter The Dragon
Gross Point Blank
Sleepless In Seatlle
You've Got Mail
Aliens
Better Off Dead
Smokey And The Bandit
Hero (starring Jet Li)
Infernal Affiars
Infernal Affairs III
The Departed (American Infernal Affairs remake)
Castle In The Sky (Or for that matter any Hayao Miyazaki film)
Toro, Toro, Toro
Seven Samurai
Magnificent Seven
The Man From Nowhere (Korean tittle Ajeossi)
Shaolin: Protect The Temple
Princess Bride
Terminator
Terminator II
A Christmas Story
Edited by grnbd - 9/10/12 at 7:20pm
post #206 of 249
It's going to be a huge list so I'll cut it down to just some smile.gif

The Hunt For Red October
Aliens
Terminator 1
Smokey and the bandit
Pulp Fiction
The Shawshank Redemption
Errol Flynn's Robin Hood
The Matrix
The Boondock Saints
Buffalo Soldiers
The Fifth Element
Indiana Jones - Raiders of the lost Ark
Indiana Jones - The Last Crusade
James Bond - For your eyes only
The Thing
Predator
Brotherhood of the Wolf
Where Eagles Dare
...and many more smile.gif
post #207 of 249
Christmas Vacation for the win!! biggrin.gif
post #208 of 249
For me:

Willow
Quigley Down Under
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (my favorite)
post #209 of 249
Bump the score for "Deep Impact" up by one. Why do I do it to myself? You'd think that it would get less intense with repeat viewings, but it's even more intense. I feel like I've been hit by a truck.
post #210 of 249
Fifth element
ET
Independence day
Gremlins
Italian job
HP and prisoner of the Azkeban
Romancing the stone
The professional
Ghost busters
Terminator 2
The last action hero
George of the jungle
Jungle book( Rudyard kippling)
Temple of doom
Gladiator
Brave heart
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