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Manas's avatar

What movie can you watch all the time and never get tired of watching ?

Asked by Manas (97points) November 22nd, 2016
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elbanditoroso's avatar

There are a couple:


Key Largo

The Longest Day

The Godfather (the original one, not the ‘Godfather Epic’)

Nothing recent. Most movies since about 1980 just don’t have the enduring quality.

ucme's avatar

There are quite a number…

Eastwood’s spaghetti westerns
Most of Tarantino’s shit
Tons of war/action/comedies

My recently new all time fave though is Grand Budapest Hotel, absolutely adore that film to pieces.

Seek's avatar

The Shawshank Redemption never gets old.

Event Horizon is never not scary.

Star Trek: (friggin’ all of them) are never not fun and full of feels.

Dune. Just… Dune.

jca's avatar

Superbad. Little Miss Sunshine. Sideways. The In Laws (original with Alan Arkin and Peter Falk).

zenvelo's avatar

I will contradict @elbanditoroso and say any of The Lord of The Rings trilogy.

Casablanca and Godfather I & II are also on my list.

jca's avatar

Let me add any comedy that has Robert DeNiro. I love Robert DeNiro.

gorillapaws's avatar

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

It’s amazing how well that movie holds up over the years.

chyna's avatar

It’s a Wonderful Life, Wizard of Oz, Dirty Dancing.

BellaB's avatar

Some Like it Hot.

the films from the 7 Up series. I’ve watched a few of them multiple times.

Cruiser's avatar

I like your choices @BellaB

Mimishu1995's avatar

None. I don’t watch a movie again and again. When I finish a movie, I’m done with it. There are quite a few movies that I revisit for my favorite scenes, but rewatching the entire movie, that never happens.

josie's avatar

The Outlaw Josey Wales
josie is a misspelling of Josey. I had a CO who nicknamed me Josey after Josey Wales, but he always spelled it wrong.

filmfann's avatar

Pulp Fiction, and most Tarantino fims.
Fight Club
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Call_Me_Jay's avatar

Blade Runner
Richard III with Ian McKellen
The Big Sleep

Sneki95's avatar

Many animated moves, considering I adore animation.

Some of my favourite animated movies that I would would watch every time:

Disney’s Fantasia 1940 and 2000
Allegro non Troppo.
Paprika and Tokyo Godfathers (excellent to watch at Christmas/New Year’s eve) by Satoshi Kon.
The King of Pigs
Ghost in the Shell, both parts
The Iron Giant
Waltz with Bashir
Frozen. Yes, that Frozen.
My Neighbour Totoro
It’s Such a Beautiful Day
The Tree and the cat
Vinnie Pukh

and many more…

Coloma's avatar

None. I like to re-watch some favorites years apart but there is no movie I want to watch repeatedly in short succession.

Aster's avatar

The Shawshank Redemption; Sleepless in Seattle; Castaway; Lolita ( not the one with James Mason. )

forestGeek's avatar

Napoleon Dynamite if I had to chose one. It never fails to make me laugh.

Others I love and could watch over and over again.
Toy Story
Dead Man
Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind
Driving Miss Daisy
Dances with Wolves
Grumpy Old Men
The Shawshank Redemption
High Fidelity
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

gondwanalon's avatar

“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”

Call_Me_Jay's avatar

I forgot Napoleon Dynamite. It’s been a year or so. Time to watch again!

MollyMcGuire's avatar

We’ve watched Rudy sooooooo many times. I would sit down right now and watch it though.

Coloma's avatar

Watching ‘Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” later. Best Thanksgiving movie ever. haha

abcbill's avatar

As I have thought about this…
Thirteenth Warrior—based on the Michael Crichton book EATERS OF THE DEAD
Deadpool—one of the funniest, bloodiest love stories in a long time
Casablanca—just because
Fantasia—the first one
Waterworld—because with Trump winning, I want to grow gills and get that cool trimaran
All seven STAR WARS
Blazing Saddles
Robin Hood-Men In Tights
Robin Hood-Prince of Thieves—Mostly because of Costner’s Surfer Robin Hood
The Ring Trilogy—partial to the first two…

There are others…

That’s enough for now…

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