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Name a movie you have watched 5 or more times... and are still entertained by.

These are mine. As usual, I can't name just one. ?

The Hunt for Red October, The Godfather, The Shawshank Redemption, Dances with Wolves, The Matrix... I could go on but this is a good start.

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"To All the Boys I've Loved Before"

"Pride and Prejudice" starring Keira Knightly

"Waking Ned Devine"

"My Cousin Vinny"

"You've Got Mail"

"The Birdcage" starring Robin Williams and Nathan Lane

"When Harry Met Sally"

Love your list! Some great flicks. Thanks.


I am a shut-in so...dealers choice. Cable just repeats everything the same. Currently Assassins Creed, wonder woman, justice league,Tag, Game night,Outlander(the movie), Chronicles of Riddick, Liar Liar,Jupiter Ascending, Pacific Rim uprising, jonah Hex, The Foreigner, Molly's Game, The count of Monte Cristo, underworld (all of the) Deadpool 2, Better living through Chemistry,Yes man, Kingsmen. Just seem to be always on. Just quick look at my DVR. They are mindnumbingly stupid. Oh and The mega and current jurasic park suck balls.

Mokvon Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

Are there any you don't find mindnumbingly stupid?

@BeeHappy The Watchmen. The Godfather 1 and 2. Shawshank. Skyfall I actually stop and watch.

@Mokvon Thanks.



btroje Level 9 Mar 26, 2019



All of the original Star Wars movies, The 5th Element, The Princess Bride, Labyrinth, Legend.

Kafirah Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

Nice list!

@BeeHappy Thank you smile001.gif

@Kafirah You're very welcome!


The first 3 starwars and raiders of the arc, galaxy quest the natural, many others to many to name

Frh1gh52 Level 6 Mar 26, 2019

I have the same problem... too many favourites!


Dersu Usala

t1nick Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

Cool! I've never heard of it before. Foreign film?

@BeeHappy. Russo-Japanese. Akiro Kurosawa

@t1nick Great, thanks!

@BeeHappy Amazing cinama photography and scenary.

@t1nick I've written down... I'm going to check it out. Thanks.

loved that film

I remember watching this in college, Russian, Japanese. Great Film. I would watch it more, but I don't have a copy.


Blues Brothers, Life of Brian, A clockwork orange, the Lost Boys, Rocky horror picture show. Warriors and Pulp fiction mentioned.
Grease is timeless.

powder Level 8 Mar 27, 2019

Wow, these are some great flicks!

Pink panther movies with Peter Sellers.

@BeeHappy how could I forget.
Repo man

@powder Every list gives me ones I forgot!


Back to The Future 1 - 3, Wreck it Ralph, all the Star Trek movies made by The Next Generation cast,etc.

freedom41 Level 8 Mar 26, 2019

I like your list!


Does anyone remember Merlin C. Cooper? Lead a interesting life, War hero, Producer,writer,directer,special effects man. I know some of know him and don't realize it, I read his Bio, very interesting man, Hollywood should make a movie about him.


Like your list.

tioteo Level 8 Mar 29, 2019

Alright! I guess we have similar taste in movies. smile001.gif


I can't do it. For me, the utility value is gone once I've seen it.

I watch musicals or concerts over again because it's really just like playing a CD with video attached.

brentan Level 8 Mar 28, 2019

We all have our preferences. There are some I have no interest in seeing ever again but I have found with some movies, they're more enjoyable the second or third time. It just depends.


Silverado, Blade Runner, Mash, actually it's a long list and many covered in the comments but there is The Big Sleep, Maltese Falcon, RHPS, Trains, Plaines and Automobiles, Back to the Future, all of the Men in Black movies.

Many of us have long lists. Lol. You have some good ones I had forgotten about (that's the hardest part of making lists for me not remembering. Lol).


Let's see.... Excalibur (J. Boorman's), Predator, Predator 2, Ace Ventura pet detective 1&2, All of the Mel Brooks comedies, Star Trek, Babylon 5, any old prog rock concerts, etc...

Fryan Level 5 Mar 28, 2019

That's an interesting list. Some of those are new to the overall list. Thanks!


Wow you have good taste, I have watched Gandi more times then I can count and The Untouchables, Tombstone, The bridges of Toko Ri, Casablanca, Paths of Glory.

Well thank you very much! You don't have such bad taste yourself. ?


No Country For Old Men
To Kill A Mockingbird
...and many that have already been listed...and many that haven't reached 5 views yet but will eventually.

Thanks! Two great movies!


Those are good choices: here are mine

  1. Man on Fire
  2. Apocalypse Now
  3. Groundhog Day
  4. A Few Good Men (my former boss was married to JT Walsh)

How could I have forgotten Man on Fire? Good list!


Casablanca, Memento, A Beautiful Mind, The Third Man, The Trial(Orson Welles), and maybe..Magnificent Seven.

Great! Some that haven't been named yet.

Well, as You said; films that you could watch over & over again!


There are so many.

Kelly's Heroes
Advance to the Rear
The Longest Day
The Thin Man (whole series)
The Big Short
Field of Dreams
The Sting

I also second your Shawshank redemption and Hunt for Red October

Byrdsfan Level 8 Mar 27, 2019

I know it really isn't a fair question. Way too many apply. Nice list!


Amadeus & Making of Amedeus. don't watch it anymore because I don't have a dvd player.I should get one I guess. smile001.gif Also Princess Bride.

luvglass Level 3 Mar 27, 2019

Nice list! Thanks!


M (1931)
Eyes Without a Face (1959)
Night of the Living Dead (1968 )
Carrie (1976)

And a lot of others that have been mentioned.

Good ones!


0, zilch, none!

Not a movie watcher or just haven't found one you'd watch more than once?

@BeeHappy the latter though with failing memory I am more frequently finding that half way through I end up saying "I have already seen this load of crap/ pap/ time wasting/ trite nonsense/ inconsequential/ film before. ... Perhaps a mistake of having made a decision when about 14 to designedly not memorise actors, storylines, directors, producers et al of movies. Simply enjoy at the moment and if there is something worth learning or absorbing to simply incorporate it from then on into my life.


For something little lighter, try "Tompopo". A 1984 japanese noodle western.

t1nick Level 8 Mar 27, 2019



Rebel without a Cause
The Princess Bride

Good list with two new one's mentioned!


I love Shawshank Redemption, for sure I've watched that a ton. The other is Princess Bride. I haven't seen it for years but my kids loved it, they watched it so often they could quote pages of dialog verbatim. My other oft watched movies are Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally (love the orgasm scene), and Twister.

What a great selection!


Big Trouble in Little China, Galaxy Quest

Nice... a couple that haven't already been mentioned.

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