I have seen many movies more than once. I like a good story. I like stories that are uplifting. And I like finely-crafted works of art.
I have seen more upbeat movies than any other type. More of them are on my repeat viewing list, but the one I've seen more than any other is Das Boot, starring a number of German actors. The star -- the ship's captain, played by Jurgen Prochnow -- made the switch to Hollywood and has starred in many American movies since then. I loved the story telling and the beautiful way the movie team (including the actors) and especially the music, helped to captivate me with the story of men struggling to stay alive on a German U-boat.
I've not only seen the Hollywood version, but the German language version and the original 6-hour miniseries from which the movie was cut. On count alone, I've seen this movie in various versions about a dozen times.
Second on my list is Star Wars. When I saw that spaceship go overhead while sitting in Graumann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, I thought I had gone to heaven.
Third is What Dreams May Come. A beautiful tale of love, heartache, death, redemption and reincarnation.