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What movies do you never get tired of watching over and again ?

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I have several, as I am sure most of you do, as well.

I will list two at the top of my list , not necessarily in order.  Depends on my mood of the day :

1... Forrest Gump.

2...Full Metal Jacket.

 

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Blues Brothers, Jeremiah Johnson, Forrest Gump, 13 Days, Goodfellas, Shawshank, Good Will Hunting, Wall Street.....and of course Hoosiers, Natural, and Bull Durham. Probably missing a few. 

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Good lists by all! I go in streaks, used to watch the Bourne series lately I've been enjoying the Riddick movies, mostly the last one!

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What About Bob?

Sleepless in Seattle 

Moonstruck

Oh Brother Where Art Thou

My Cousin Vinny

To Kill a Mockingbird 

Psycho

A Time to Kill

Presumed Innocent

American Graffiti 

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Casablanca

Stalag 17

The Maltese Falcon

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence

Saving Private Ryan

The Shootist

It's a Wonderful Life

The Natural

Winchester '73

The Stranger

Schindler's List

To Kill a Mockingbird

Jaws

All the President's Men

Hart's War

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If you guys have not watched Red (retired and extremely dangerous) with Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, and a slew of others, it is hilarious.  The only movie I have immediately rewatched on the spot in my life.  Wife and I quote it to each other all the time.  Red 2 is about 70% as good as the 1st.  Still good.  

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With my Roku TV, I am getting into those old Sherlock Holmes and Charlie Chan movies.

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When Harry Met Sally— pretty much any Meg Ryan movie when she was young 

The Deerhunter was one of the most intense movies I’ve ever seen. Walked out just drained but watch it whenever I can 

Can’t watch Field of Dreams without shedding a tear or three 

The original Back to the Future, Men in Black, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure are staples.

My wife just shakes her head because my sense of humor fits perfectly with Napoleon Dynamite.

Pedro for President!

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47 minutes ago, Steubenhoosier said:

When Harry Met Sally— pretty much any Meg Ryan movie when she was young 

The Deerhunter was one of the most intense movies I’ve ever seen. Walked out just drained but watch it whenever I can 

Can’t watch Field of Dreams without shedding a tear or three 

The original Back to the Future, Men in Black, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure are staples.

My wife just shakes her head because my sense of humor fits perfectly with Napoleon Dynamite.

Pedro for President!

My Pastor wears Pedro for President t shirts!! Have to love him!

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12 hours ago, Steubenhoosier said:

 

My wife just shakes her head because my sense of humor fits perfectly with Napoleon Dynamite.

Pedro for President!

I remember the kids watching that....I thought it was the stupidest movie I had ever seen.  Now I have to watch it, it cracks me up.  

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23 hours ago, IU Scott said:

The original Halloween

There was a first one? 😀

Halloween is a great flick.

My older brother once told me "You have to go and see this movie called Dumb & Dumber". I thought he was joking because he always gave me bad advice when we were young but I went to see it and laughed my butt off and have watched it many times since.

Sling Blade is great.

Napoleon of course.

Shawshank.

Any Clint Eastwood movie.

No Country for Old Men.

Waiting for Guffman.

Woody Allen 'Bananas'

 

 

 

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