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What movie can you watch over and over?

What is your favorite movie of all time?

Chrissybudleaf 5 Jan 28

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Princess Bride, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, Arsenic and Old Lace, Bringing Up Baby, It Happened One Night, Love Actually, all Harry Potter films, Casablanca, Airplane, Notting Hill, Red, Midnight Run, Die Hard, Clue. Many more.

I forgot Princess Bride!


Raising Arizona

"Fart" in crayon cracks me up every single time.

@greyeyed123 almost everything in the movie cracks me up!



Never saw the movie but I loved the books

@Fibonacci1618 oh man you have to see the sandworm!
And listen to the song by Eon that was sampled from it! Spice!

@Qualia Sounds like you're right. I'm gonna have to find it this weekend then. Thanks for the recommendation and the reminder of a great book. I'll let you know how it turns out if I find it.

@Fibonacci1618 Yes please do!
I'm remiss in having not read the book 😟
But here, there is even a kitty shai hulud in this vid LOL

I have this on cd LOL We used to play the crud out of Eon in my day, way back when. 🙂

@Qualia oh man!! You're a rockstar for that !! Just awesome ! Lol ! Talk about intense !! Gotta love the cymatics !

@Fibonacci1618 LOL ☺?
They used to play this at OHMs in Austin... good times!

@Qualia I could see this being a huge hit at the Underground Raves of the time. Houston had warehouses host them. I'm sure I've heard it before but I definitely never saw the vid. Thanks for that!

@Fibonacci1618 Eon did some fantastic stuff too besides this one. You had to be an athlete to keep up with it!
These were the days!

@Qualia Athlete, lol ! Or on "Sports Enhancement " Drugs

I know David Lynch has really hard feelings about how the studio system treated him with "Dune", but there is some really good stuff in the movie. I'm a huge Lynch fan... If anyone hasn't seen the "Twin Peaks: The Return", I'd recommend it also...if you are a Lynch fan.

@Fibonacci1618 idk about the sports enhancement drugs but was known to take a hit of acid here and there. Altho I was a gym rat at the time so naturally on the ceiling .

@Qualia LOL! I was referring to acid, hence the quotation marks! I was trying to be witty by playing off of your comment to needing to be fit to keep up with the beats

Now I have to go back and add "Dune" to my list.


Pulp fiction



lerlo Level 8 Feb 16, 2019

Great movie. I think I still have the DVD somewhere.


I've lost count of the number of times I've watched "Back To The Future" and "The Matrix." Also, I really enjoy "Planes, Trains, and Automobiles."


Monty Python's the Meaning of life. And so for something completely different...


I've got to think about this...

The Shawshank Redemption
Notting Hill
Pretty Woman
Jurassic Park (original)
Sweet Home Alabama
Legally Blond
True Lies
Star Wars (4,5,6)
Remember the Titans

I'm sure there are many others

wish I could tell you that Andy fought the good fight, and the Sisters let him be. I wish I could tell you that - but prison is no fairy-tale world. He never said who did it, but we all knew. Things went on like that for awhile - prison life consists of routine, and then more routine. Every so often, Andy would show up with fresh bruises. The Sisters kept at him - sometimes he was able to fight 'em off, sometimes not. And that's how it went for Andy - that was his routine. I do believe those first two years were the worst for him, and I also believe that if things had gone on that way, this place would have got the best of him

@Mokvon there are two parts of that movie that really upset me. The rape scene and the scene when the young man that knows the truth is killed.


1941, Casablanca, V is for Vandeta, Field of Dreams......

i loved 1941. too bad the critics suck. robert stack, alone. grin


I was impressed with the 70's Superman and saw it on the big screen. When Raiders of the Lost Ark came out I watched it on the big screen twice by just staying put for the second showing. Then there is always Blazing Saddles. I first saw that movie at a drive in theater. Over the years my family and I have seen that movie upwards of 50 times! We used to have a DVD copy.

@DenoPenno I have all the 70s Superman movies. Christopher Reeve will always be Superman to me.

@SleeplessInTexas I agree. Most of that series of films was good with plot and production values.


A princess bride.
A clockwork Orange.
I could ad quite a few more to this list, but these two have always been ones that any given time some one asks to see them, I'll jump at it.

I love, love, love the Princess Bride. ?

@patchoullijulie Also a Princess Bride fan... ❤


Green Mile, Shawshank redemption, pulp fiction, full metal jacket, the departed,


Usual Suspects

@Kattywampus69 For sure ! I know Kevin has always got his credit for his role but Benicio Del Toro was amazing in this flick !

@Kattywampus69 One of the most underappreciated elements, for sure. Dry and weird.... kinda my favorite type of comedy

@Kattywampus69 I don't know.... Dark comedy to me usually has more of a sinister intent, like the undertones of "Natural Born Killers"

@Kattywampus69 Of course I do, but the comedy didn't spin off of it. The comedy was more charismatic and played off of the eccentricities of the characters more than their intent. IMHO

@Kattywampus69 oh blah blah blah... I enjoyed the exchange. Have a good evening


Lord of the rings set; Terminator set; Shane; Toy Story; Shrek; How to train your dragon; Love, actually; The Seven Samurai; Manchester,by the same;

Pmabz Level 3 Feb 10, 2018

Yes, the Seven Samurai!


It's a Wonderful Life.

As Salon said in 2001, "Pottersville ROCKS!", [] ; and in 2010, "the most terrifying movie ever" for Pottersville being the Phildickean reality, [] ;

And Mad Max: Fury Road.


Blade Runner (directors cut)
The Maltese Falcon
The Thing (both the original and John Carpenters version)


Casablanca is my favorite movie, but I don't watch it often — specifically because I don't want to get sick of it. I rewatch it every couple of years. I like to let the jokes fade from my memory so the quips are fresh when I next watch it. (It's not truly a comedy, but it's a very funny movie for the first half or two-thirds of it.)

Here's a quick, incomplete list of movies off the top of my head that I like to watch repeatedly (though not too frequently):


  • Casablanca (1942)
  • Dr. Strangelove (1964)
  • Rear Window (1954)
  • It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
  • The Wizard of Oz (1939)


  • The Wedding Singer [1998]
  • Wedding Crashers (2005)
  • Young Frankenstein (1974)
  • Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)


  • Behind the Green Door (1972)
  • Candy Stripers [1978]


  • The Matrix (1999)
  • True Lies (1994)
  • Total Recall (1990)


  • The Iron Giant (1999)

I LOVE The Iron Giant.

@Cabsmom It is wonderful, with a strong plot and frank discussions about death and what it means to be a good person, and implicitly dealing with freewill. And Vin Diesel voices the titular character. What's not to love?


Tron (for nostalgia reasons)
Pulp Fiction
Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
Get Out

Buxx Level 7 Feb 16, 2019



Trading Places, Miss Congeniality, Fargo, Up


Perhaps an interesting twist would be to elaborate on WHY a certain movie resonate with us. We all are different, we all have reasons. There is no right/wrong answer here.


I enjoy Unforgiven, the one with Clint Eastwood, Another one was A Clockwork Orange!


Dumb and Dumber

palex Level 5 Feb 16, 2019
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