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Movies That I Can Watch Over and Over Again.

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One of those for me is on as I type.

 

"The Searchers"

 

That'll be the day that I don't freakin watch that when its on, despite having the DVD,lol.

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Good Will Hunting

 

Few Good Men

 

Platoon

 

Forrest Gump

 

Crimson Tide

 

Godfather

 

The Firm

 

Dail M For Murder

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Once Upon A Time In America

Harlem Nights

New Jack City

Scarface

Trading Places

Mobsters

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Forrest Gump

Ruthless People

Ghostbusters

Stripes

Caddyshack

Blues Brothers

Blazing Saddles

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Crimson Tide

Coming To America

The Hangover

Less Than Zero

Juice

Do The Right Thing

A Soldier's Story

A Time To Kill

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Tombstone

 

Gunfight at O.K. Corral with Burt Lancaster

 

Chisum, Horse Soldiers, Sons of Katie Elder...actually and any "DUKE" movie

 

Kellys Heroes

 

Gladiator...w/Russell Crowe

 

Animal House

 

Gettysburg

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...Gunfight at O.K. Corral with Burt Lancaster ...
I'm so old that this is one of the first movies I ever saw in a theater; guess the folks couldn't find a babysitter that evening. I like to watch it whenever it's on. Can also watch over & over:

 

Bad Day at Black Rock: for years, I thought this was a Western. A "message" movie.

Casablanca

True Believer (Jas. Woods, Downey, Jr.)

Bourne movies

Shawshank

Few Good Men

Apocalypse Now

The Hospital (very hot Diana Rigg)

Spy Game

Godfather I

1984 TV version of A Christmas Carol

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James Bond - All of them

Animal House - John Belushi

Godfather 1,2, 3 - Al Pacino/Marlin Brando

Spy Game - Robert Redford

The Good Shepherd - Matt Damon

Mission Impossible 1,2,3 - Tom Cruise

Stripes - Bill Murray

Uncle Buck - John Candy

The Longest Day - John Wayne

The Longest Yard - Bert Reynolds

Deliverance - Bert Reynolds

Magnificient 7 - Yul Brenner

Apocalypse Now - Martin Sheen

Platoon - Charlie Sheen

Navy Seals - Charlie Sheen

Young Guns - Emilio Estavez

Major League - Charlie Sheen

Beverly Hills Cop - All of them - Eddie Murphy

48 Hours - Nick Nolte/Eddie Murphie

Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid - Paul Newman/Robert Redford

Tomstone - Val Kilmer as Doc Holliday (one of best roles ever)

Top Gun - Tom Cruise

The Birds - Alfred Hitchcock

Pyscho - Alfred Hitchcock

It's A Wonderful Life - Jimmy Stewart

Gone With the Wind - Clark Gable

Three Men and a Baby - Tom Selleck

Rio Bravo - John Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson

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Anyone know the name of these two movies,I saw them but can't remember the it names.

 

One is where 3 brothers who are Jews in the 2nd world war leads people into the woods to escape the Nazi's.Their colony in the woods grows and they save a whole city of Jews. The second is a war movie,these guys have to keep a hill at all cost and when they do, they are marching down the hill to the ocean singing a song.Their replacements are marching up the hill and wonder why they are singing

 

I think that the movie Defiance is the movie where the three Jewish brothers who lead people into the woods to escape the Nazis and save a whole city of Jews. As for the second movie on this subject, well, I don't know the name of that one.

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Children of Men (My Favorite)

Willy Wonka ( the orignial) Loved it as a child and still enjoy it.

Cool Hand Luke ( One of my favorites growing up, especially the car washing scene!)

Ferris Buellar's Day Off

Coming to America

Beverly Hills Cop I and II (Damn near all Eddie Murphy even the flops)

Godfather I and II

Rain Man

The Deer Hunter

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Alien,Saving Private Ryan,Band of Brothers,First 3 Star Wars movies 1977-83,Raiders of the Lost Ark.

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Pull my man card but I just saw Dirty Dancing for about the 50th time last night :o

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Pull my man card but I just saw Dirty Dancing for about the 50th time last night :o

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Pull my man card but I just saw Dirty Dancing for about the 50th time last night :o
Dirty Dancing has its value.

 

I remember when my wife saw it with her sisters at the theatre back when it first was out .

 

She came home horny as horn toad and I reaped those bennies;)

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Ice Station Zebra

 

Runners-up not necessarily in any order

 

Destination Moon

Forbidden Planet

Robinson Crusoe on Mars

Dr.Strangelove

The Hunters

Strategic Air Command

Bataan

 

Lots more..............

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I just saw SPY GAME again for the 50th time and still got something new out of it.

 

I just love the way the CIA put Muir under their thumbs talking about his rogue

agent to keep him from breaking him out of a Chinese prison and he still does

it, even after they ramsack his office and bug his phones.

 

As he drives away from Langley into parts unknown where nobody will find him,

the CIA Director says, there's been an incident in China and his deputy says

Oh Shiiiiiiittttt as the movie ends.

 

He realized Muir got em. It was cool how he forged the director's signature for the

Navy Seal team to get Bishop out. The director looks dazed and said I never signed that

order. Muir traced his signature from an award he gave him that was on his office wall.

 

Also, everyone at the table tried to figure out how many wives Muir had. He kept talking about

them and one guy said how many wives did you have. So after he left a guy figured out he was

only married once and she died. The rest were cover wives or assets.

 

I also saw Salt 2 again and learned something new and how the Russian Premeir

didn't die. Never picked that up in the theater. Must have been on a potty break-lol.

 

And when I'm depressed I just play the Animal House again and laugh myself silly.

 

 

NOTHING IS AS IT SEEMS. ROBERT REDFORD

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I just saw SPY GAME again for the 50th time and still got something new out of it. ...
I've lost count of the times I've seen that: I'm watching it again.

 

I love the Harker character's response when Muir tells the horse anecdote: he just rolls his eyes & is obviously left w/ the impression that Muir is way past his prime; which, of course, he is not. Ironically, I once declined an invite to see it w/ family in the theater.

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