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What’s a movie you can never get tired of?

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Young Frankenstein

8

Shawshank Redemption

tsacrey Level 6 May 16, 2018
6

The Princess Bride ?

freckles Level 3 May 16, 2018
6

Shawshank Redemption

Hey, Hippie Chick, nice to see you out and about. Ya, good choice...Shawshank is a great one.

6

Rocky Horror Picture Show

5

Memento.

OhioAdam Level 5 May 16, 2018
5

Shawshank Redemption

4

the thing

Hell Yes, and staring Kurt Russell's hat.

@GuyKeith fucking amazing on many levels

3

Shawshank Redemption

3

Godfather I & II, Casablanca, The Maltese Falcon, To Have And Have Not... those last three are pretty dated but still appeal to me.

Tomas Level 7 May 17, 2018

Believe it or not, I just saw Casablanca for the first time a couple weeks ago. I loved it !!! and so many classic lines in one movie.

3

The Dark Crystal.

Pleeeease wait.

Those guys put the jitters up me when I was a kid.

@smoyle Oh, I was scared when I was a kid, but as I got older I learnt to appreciate the artistry of the film.

3

Almost anything by Kubrick, Eraserhead, any Monty Python, Brazil, Heavenly Creatures

Spooner Level 6 May 17, 2018

I got my intro to Kubrick in the early 70s...A Clockwork Orange. He grabbed me and forced me to watch. After a while, I realized that ,no, I had to watch !!

3

The Haunting

Cael2727 Level 3 May 16, 2018
3

The Princess Bride

3

#1 To Kill a Mockingbird
but also:
61*
Knockaround Guys
Kelly's Heros
Stripes
also maybe:
Shawshank Redemption
Independence Day
Field of Dreams
Enemy of the State
Rudy
Remember the Titans
Armageddon
and if I'm feeling sappy:
Love Actually
Crazy Stupid Love
50 First Dates

Hmmm... more than I thought, and I could go on if I had the energy.
...a variety of super hero movies and star (trek & wars) movies could be included...

scurry Level 8 May 16, 2018
3

Sling Blade

I love that boy.

3

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

3

Dune, Monty Python (Holy Grail), most of the Star Treks, the world according to garp, blade runner...

RegExp Level 2 May 16, 2018

Anything Python! I wish I could give you a thumbs up for each of their movies!

3

Fantastic Mr. Fox
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Ocean's Eleven
Ocean's Twelve
Ocean's Thirteen
Alice in Wonderland (J. Depp)
Swordfish

There's a new Ocean's movie coming out...
or so I hear.

Oceans 8. All women.

3

I have seen Catch 22 eleven times. I am due to see it again. It's been a few days.

Mooolah Level 8 May 16, 2018
3

Godfather, Parts 1 & 2. (3, if I'm not doing anything else and it's not too late)
Star Wars. ALL of them.
V for Vendetta.
Top Hat.
Flying Down to Rio.
Stage Door.
Gone With The Wind.
Now, Voyager.
Suspicion.
The Philadelphia Story.
Moonstruck.
The Great Escape.
Bullitt.
Silverado.

Okay, I'll stop now. I could totally keep going.

KKGator Level 9 May 16, 2018

@StarvinMarvin It had it's moments. Wasn't a total waste of time.

The Philadelphia Story smile015.gif

@AmiSue Just watched it again a couple of weeks ago. TCM is so awesome.

@KKGator Fun fact - that movie is the reason I became a redhead 30 years ago!

@AmiSue Good reason!

@KKGator Yearning to be called ‘Red’ by Cary Grant seemed a legitimate enough reason!

3

Princess Bride

Wizard of Oz

Goodfellas

MikeEC Level 7 May 16, 2018
3

Oh Brother ....
DR. Strangelove
Apocalypse Now
Joe Dirt

2

Death Wish...all of them.

Twelve angry men

Bad Education

The new monsters

Caro papa...

DUCHESSA Level 8 May 17, 2018
2

I think you'd get tired of any movie if you watched it relentlessly. Having said that, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Spinal Tap come to mind, purely for the laughs and the music. I loove all the music in Rocky Horror!

daylily Level 7 May 17, 2018
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