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What are some movie's that you can watch over and over?
Posted 6/15/14
Hey baby doll ;] ,

Just wanna know what movie(s) you could watch over and over without getting sick of it.

For me I must say "Rush hour" 1-3. There was a point when I moved and couldn't afford cable(lmfao)
that I found myself watching DVD's. For about 2months it was rush hour. I watch it till this day and still laugh my ass off
haha ~

Another movie for me would be "Independent day" I mean Will Smith and fucking Aliens ... * - *
Could watch that all day every day and love it as much as the first time <3;)
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Posted 6/17/14
I could watch Rush Hour 1 and 2. Eh, not so much 3... For me I could go through any Tarantino movie, especially Pulp Fiction. Also Studio Ghibli Films like Spirited Away which I've must've seen at least a dozen times. Hard Boiled, Shaolin Soccer, Scott Pilgrim, Wedding Crashers and probably a few more that I'll post if I remember. Haha
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Posted 6/17/14 , edited 6/17/14
All Austin Powers movies.
Raunchy comedies that never fail to make me laugh.
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Posted 6/18/14 , edited 6/18/14
Howl's moving castle.

Disappearance of haruhi suzumiya.

Home alone 1 & 2.

day of the doctor.

Red vs blue, since the seasons are grouped into a movie. Especially 3rd, that was awesome plot use.

I have a really long list.
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Posted 6/23/14
I re-watched Daddy Daycare, and Napoleon Dynamite multiple times in one day years ago. I can re-watch movies like Shanghai Noon/Knights, Rush Hour (most movies with Jackie Chan), Advent Children, Tokyo Drift, Harold & Kumar, American Pie, Van Wilder, Pokemon / Digimon 2000, etc.
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Posted 7/4/14
There are quite a few. I cant remember them all but as a short list.....The replacements, Any Given Sunday, Troy, The warrior, Fifth Element, and Hercules(disney).
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Posted 7/6/14
Made of Honor for some weird reason. It's insanely bad but somehow easy to watch and not hate. Dono.
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Posted 7/6/14
Real Genius. An 80s movie where everything just clicks just right for me. It was actually cool to be smart in that movie.
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Posted 7/6/14
Last Holiday- its just a feel good movie
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Posted 7/9/14 , edited 7/9/14
the labyrinth and the jurassic park movies
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Posted 7/9/14
Nosferatu. I've seen it a million times. I've even taken a rip of a heavily restored version and done a little bit of my own colour plating on it to make my own perfect personal edition.
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Posted 7/11/14
I don't really watch movies over and over and over but I've watched Spartacus a couple times. My mom watches Melisa McCarthy movies over and over and over
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Posted 7/17/14
though countless people call it shit, it's a personal masterpiece for me.
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Posted 7/17/14
Just about all the Studio Ghibli films are 100% re-watchable (yes, I also loved The Cat Returns so Miyazaki isn't singled out :P).

Other movies would be Jurassic Park (which aged quite well), Short Circuit 1&2, *Batteries Not Included, Robocop (1987), Alien/Aliens, most Arnold Schwarzenegger movies (fun watching him say his one-liners), Real Genius, Fifth Element, and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

There's probably a lot more but I can't think of them off the top of my head right now. lol
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Posted 7/19/14
I used to watch Jackie Chan and Jet Li movies over and over again. I've watched all of their movies at least 10 times each.
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